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alRO BUSINESS HOUSES
Mote. Any baslness firm can hare three tin'
pace, in this column nnder appropriate beedlnf
Mtbinlt of 1.0" ir rnoniaor en per year
fiayalile quarterly in eiivano. .
Hardware, Mates and Tla War.
A. HAM.KY Dealer In tores. Tin and Hunt.
Were, (iairien and Karmcr' Implements, Wp
Joodn, Kefiiaerator, 1'omp and Ladd-rs.
I l.ri Commercial Avenue. usHterluf, and Job
tt otK uoncon saonnoune.
J.S.MolAHEY-nealcrlnhard and soft lum
ber, flooring, ceillni. alilins and utirfxyl
umber, lath and ebinglea. Offiiw ami yard
rurner 1 wentieib street and Washington avenue-
LANCASTER A RICE-Dealers In sain
door, blinds, etc, hard and it lumlter and
lilngle. Yard and ofliuc, Commercial avenue,
.-oriM-r i in street.
I). HAItTMAS Dealer In Qw-ensware, Toy.
Lamps and all kind of fancy arUcla. toniiner-
rai avenue, corner tin euevi.
WILLIAM WINTEK-Sijnh street between
'.oinrai-rrial avenue and n anhingUin avenue.
lottaina; and nerrhaat rallorlns;.
.JOHN ANTRIM -Merchant Tailor and flfaUr
in lUady aia'lc Clothing. 7 Ohio Lev re.
Krai Katate Aararlee.
M. if. HOWLKT-Itcal Estate Agent. Buye
ana sens real estate, counts rents, pays lair
lor non-rrsHienta etc. (xiruruercuu avenue, i
tweea K inth and Tenth streets .
i-. u . i x . .1 .1 .
J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lots, in
nchangc tor St. Louis property.
A floe residence on corner llalbrook
ivenue and Twcnty-thtrd street, at a bar
gain. Cottage on Sixth street between Wash
ngton avenue and Walnut street.
House and lot on Eighth street bet ween
Walnut and Cedar, $1,650.
Two-etory bouse on Twenty-eighth
street, between Poplar and .Commercial
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue, be
tween Tenth and Eleventh streets.
The first floor of a brick d welling cor
oerot Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on the north side of Twelfth
itreet between Walnut and Cedar.
Business house on Levee street above
Elgnt, and In good repair.
lioorns In a two story house on Com
mercial avenue between Ninth fciid Tenth
Store room near corner ot Twentieth
ar.d Toplar street; $8.
Tenements 3, 4, 5 and 10 In Winter"
Eow lor $10 per month, and In firtt-elas
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 Cairo.
) Iral'C unosry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
tte laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial aye-
aues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishment in the city, and land
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
Snd it to their advantage to call upon
hir. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
jnd boarding house washing 75 cents per
dozen. For piece work prices are as fol
lows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
shirts and two collars, 25c ; per dozen,
0c ; socks, 6c ; two collars, 6c ; two
handkerchief, 5c ; vests, 20c ; and all gen
tleman's wear, 80c per dozen; ladies
plain calico dresses, $1 25 per dozen
salico dresses with extra trimmings, 60c;
white dresses, $1 25; ladies underwear,
fine or course, $1 per dozen. ll-2w-lf
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
tc, of the picture framing department
of th Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this office. We bespeak lor him the lib
erality ol patronage that has been be
stowed upon us His assortment ot
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and he guarentees satisfac
tion In all cases.
Cairo, Oct. 10, 1870.
tt Cairo Bcu-iti Co.
To all who are auflering from the
t riors and indiscretions of youth, ner
voas weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charee. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. Send a self-ad
dressed envelope to the Rev. Joeph T.
Inman. Station D. Bible llonse, New
York City. 1-30-Cm.
Wilson's Albany seedling strawberry
Lawton blackberry plant, and Early
Linneaur pie plant roots.
All In quantities to suit buyers.
itesidence opposite Nineteenth street,
on Commercial avenue. 2-8-lm
Jefl Brown has taken charge ot tbe
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
iiigton avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Luii) pert. Jefl is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give him i
Mill and satisfy yourselt. tt
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
cbandlse purchased for tbe Bulletin
by any ot tbe employes, unless tbe pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by thelpresident or secretary of the com
pauy. Cairo Bcllktw Co.
nAGAx'a Magnolia Balm preserve
ind restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and sallowncss ; makes the
-kin sort, white and delicate. Its appli
cation eannot be detected.
Lyon's Kathamon makes beautiful,
flossy, luxuriant balrj prevents 1U fall,
ng out or turning gray. It baa stood
the teat oi 40 year. Ia;cbarmlngly par
fumed and has no riyal.
KnlghM of Pythias, maeta every Tri
day alght at hall-past aavan, tn Odd-
ALE1AXDSB LODGE, KO. Its
JT lodependeat Order of Odd-rel
J lows, meru every Tbnreday night
T"r at nau-pastatreti, in meif nail on
yommcroial avenue, lietween hlzth and Seventh
:nei v ill K. iiawbixs, H. U
lAIRO KNOAMPMkNT, I. O. O. f., ineeU
in CMd-tYUows IUU on tbe lint aad third
ueaaay in every month, at nair-past seven
A. CoMiwoa. C P
A CAIKOLOIMiK. N0.2J7.A.F. A. M
mM, Hold rt'gular Corumuiilwktiona in kla
Trv sonic Hall, corner Commercial avanua
' ''ami Muhth street, on the aeoond and
ounn Monnay of each tDona.
BATES or ABTEBTISt JVO.
tf-All bills for advertising, are dne and pay'
able m advavcb
Transient advertising will b Inserted Attn
rata of II 00 per square for tb first Insertion
and 50 ceaU for each subsequent on A liberal
discount will be made on standing and displ
for inserting Funeral nolle $1 00 Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders M cent for
Chareh, Society, Festival and Sapper notice
will only be Inserted a advertisements
Ko advertisement will b received at leas than
60 eenU, and no advertisement will be inxrted
for less than three dollars per month
local nrnixt.as notice
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted In the Bclletin as follows : (Iess
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 M 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 60
One month per square-.. 3 60
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1S77.
TO STAB! Dl DATS..
.a anaaaaeement will fee laeerCeal
ta Bulletin aalrsa trie ntnev ar.
ompanlea Use aame. Tbla ml la
Imperallv. Rail.) Aaaoanee
meals lar rlly OfBeea, S3 ; Aldsrmaa,
t or City Clark.
We are autborired to announce Janie W.
Stewart at a candidate for re-elecUon to the of-
of City Clerk at the approaching charter
LaI Waatkar Ilepan. ;
Caiao. III., Feb. 21 W77.
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Sergeant. Signal Serviea. V. 8. A.
TAYLOE LITERARY CLUB.
Friday Evening, Feb. 23, 1877.
This Hub will present to the public ot
Cairo one of their
Finest selection of vocal and Instrumen
tal music ever offered by this club.
FOUB END MEN.
BOXES. REEVE AND PARKER.
rAHUO. bCHUCKkUS A5U OAL1011.K.
W.W. Wright Soprano, F. Howe-
Alatbrupe AJto, W.II.Morrie
Reserved SeaU at Hartman's.
Tho Herthaat s Estbaaf,
Louis C. Herbert, proprietor of the
Merchant's Exchange Restaurant and
Saloon. (late of the Arcadia saloon, oppo
site the court house, )Commerclal avenue,
near corner ot 8th street, keep on hand
at all timet tbe finest liquors, wines, and
beers. Lunch spread at 10 o'cloe k every
morning. 2-8-1 m
The Gratitude of aa lavalld
Lapens, C. n., S. C, Sept. 24, 1873.
Dzak Sir : My wile haa been using
daily your bitters, and I am glad to say
she has been greatly benefited. See is
now stronger and in better general health
than she has been for years, and I feel
certain that her present gook health it
the lesult ot using a lew bottles of the
Home Bitters. She joint me In thanking
you tor your kindaess. My wile has im
proved to 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 has brought
on general weakness. Ho asked me to
order for him a half dozen bottles. Send
them to Kev. W. F. Pearson, Donalds
vllle, S. C. Mra. May, a lady of our
town, says the bottle 1 gave her did ber
a great deal of good, and that the would
order more toon. I am, aa ever, your
friend. Rzv. J. R. Riley.
To th President of tbe Hon Bitter Company
St. LoaU. lis. 2-6-lm
Aehias; lleoda aad l aeaay Merves
Are often toothed by Uos tetter's Stom
ach blttert, because that searching cor
rectivenest completely removes the causes
ot brain and nerve excitement, which
are to be found in derangement of the
stomach, and ot its associate organs, the
liver and bowels. It it 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, lest
appreciable tbe longer they aic used, and
that they can never permanently relieve
nervous excitability, because they can
not remedy the weakness and organio de
rangement which lies at its roots. Hot
tetter's Bittert, however, can and doea
cure nervous maladies, for tbe reason al
ready stated. Sick headache, restless
ness at night, vertigo, mental heaviness
and depression of spirits, as well as
dytpeptlo condl'Jon ot the stomach,
torpidity ot the liver and bowels, which
fir rise to them, are entirely obviated
by this benign. tlUrttlve tonic,
Bab I Tub.
80 1K7 Slo
Aun or lire. Arm ed with this graat
anuaote, tbe fiery ordeal la passed
inrougn and the sufferer once more re
stored to tbe possession of unimpaired
Deaun. These Pills are equally efflca
cious in all female complaints, and
obstruction! at the dawn ot womanhood
Sold everywhere. 28 cents per box or
Htmlaated aad Confirmed.
esterday Mr. John H. Oberly was
nominated by Oov. Cullom for railroad
and warehouse commissioner, and was
confirmed by the senate. The new
board is : Geo. E. Bogue, Jof Chicago ;
wm. Smith, of Lexington, McLaln
county, and John H. Oberly. Mr. O
left for the capital last night. .
Ear aala or Laaaa.
A good farm, containing 120 acres :
good lrame dwelling, orchard and all nec
essary outbuildings. Land all under
fense and In cultivation except 8 acres
1 he land Is unincumbered and title per
tPd. This farm is located three-fourths
of a mile from the Mississippi river, bark
of W'olt Island Stores, Mississippi county.
Missouri. For further information ap
ply at the Bcllbtis office, Cairo, llli.
vised I C oal 1 1 wood 1 1 t
On and after the 20th Inst., the under
signed will fill orders for
Stove wood, per cord $4.60
Big muddy coal. (1 ton)...
" " tcar-load
flarrisburg coal, (1 ton)....
Leave orders at No. 34 Eighth street,
and they will receive prompt attention.
Coal and wood delivered to any part of
the city. 2-221m. F. M. Ward
Cairo Actual Batlneu and Talograpb
The above will be open on and after
Monday the 19th inst, in the Winter
Block, fronting on Commercial avenue
where every department will be upon the
moot complete basis. Scholarships issued
on the most favorable terms. We have
very facility for the best ol training in
all tbe departments. First class sound
ers, cut-outs, batteries, etc., reasonable.
The courae of instruction will be in the
most legitimate form. lS-3t
A fight occurred at a negro dance in
Phllhs' hall on Tuesday night, f n wb ich
knives were freely used, and notwith
standing the tact that considerable gore
was spilled nobody was dangerously
hurt. A negro named Sam Roundtree is
said to have received several severe razor
cuts, and to have been otherwise Injured.
He will not die, however. Jorden Archy,
one of the parties supposed to have been
mixed up in the affair was captured by
the police yesterday, and when searched
was found to be armed with a razor. He
was taken before Judge Bird, who sent
him to tbe lock-up for twenty-seven days.
Negroes never squeal on one another, no
matter what the injury uiay U.
Have Toa 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 longs, croup.
whooping cough, asthma, bronchltiss
and all diseases of the lungs and throat1
robably no similar preparation ever be
fore so quickly found Its way Into public
favor as this. Its tale 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. Morris'
Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Hore
hound. There are imitations in the mar
ket. Trial size 10 cants. Regular sizes
50 cents and $1, at Barclay Brothers'.
Very pleasant, and always effective it
Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm tyrup
and no physician required, Ask ua.
A Vlalt to tbo Meaools.
MUt Thompson took advantage of ut
yesterday, by requiring ua to read to ber
most excellent school, in which she is so
ably assisted by Prof. Leech. We read,
and then tbe pupils picked us to pieces.
Before they got through with us, we
were convinced that we couldn't read
and didn't know how to pronounce tbe
commonest kind of words. But one word
mispronounced was not noticed. Let the
young ones mako search); and, as Capt
Bunsby used to say: "When found
make a note of." We also looked into
the rooms ot Misses Powers, Phllllt and
Reilly, and were delighted with the ap
pearance of their schoola. Of courte we
paid our respects to tbe model school of
Miss .Rogers, who bat her little pupils
under such splendid discipline. To praise
her and her school methods would be to
gild reflued gold and paint the lily.
Notice is hereby given that the tax
books lor tbe year 1876 have been placed
in my hands, and that I will be in tbe
following named places at the time below
set forth for the collection ot taxes tor
said year :
March 12 At the store bouse of Jas
per Cullev, in Clear Creek precinct.
March 13 At the store house of IX. A
Edmuudson in Wahoo, Clear Creek
March 14 At the store bouse of B. r
Brown A Bro., town of Thebes, Thebes
March IS At the store nouse oi Aiex
Ireland. In town ot Santa Fe, banta Fe
March 16 At the store house of F. D
Atherton & Co., in Goose Island precinct,
March 17 At the lesldence of Thomas
Martin, In Dog Tooth precinct.
March 19 At the store of John Hodges
iu town ot IlodgesPark, Unity precinct
March 20 At the store bouse ot O. W
Short, in town of Sandusky, Unity pre
March V. At the store house of B. F
DuucadVln town of Toledo, Uazlewood
March U At No. 65 Ohio Levee, is
1 South Cairo predict, tod t air ofict at
tbo Court Heuse,ln North Cairo precinct.
until the 10th or day April.
Pxtxb Sacp, Collector.
Caixo, III., February 91, 1877.
Baoolatlooe of Beapeat to tbo Mara.
ory os tao oto viin nasiowood.
At a meeting of ''Toledo Dlvlsieo, No.
34, Sons of Temperance," held on Satur
day evening, February 17th, the follow
ing preamble and resolutions wtre
Wbsreas, It has pleated Almighty
God to remove from our midst our dearly
beloved brother, Clifl. Uazlewood ; and
Whikxas, Fully recognizing him at a
worthy and valuable citizen, and as a
faithful and zealous member of the Sons
of Temperance, therefore we, the officers
and members of Toledo Division (Xo.ijj),
assembled at Temperance Hall on Satur
day evening, February 19, 1S77, adopt
the following resolution!, viz :
Rntlned. That in the death of Brothp-
Uazlewood the mem ben of this hivUion
hare lost a trua-liear.cd and noble
rother. and the temperance cause ha
lost an earnest and zealous supporter;
one whose fidelity to the cause ot temper-
ance was unimpeachable, and whose
place we may in vain seek to fill, and
around whose mortal career clinr the
brightest remembrances of brotherly
Resolved. That our most heartfelt svm-
pathy and condolence be extended to the
widow una children ot Brother Uazle
wood In this hour of their great b-jreave-ment,
and that the A. U.S. be instructed
to transmit a copy of these resolutions to
the sorrowing members of the lamilv.
and also that a copy be sent to the Cairo
Bulletin for publication.
8. W. Rexfro, )
8. BRiLfcY, V Committee.
T. B. Scahbouob, I
Mr. U. S. Rexford, of Blue Island.
who has been in the city visiting his
nephew F. D. Rexford, left for hit home
Hon. Isaao Clements and Mr. J. J.
Crandall, of Carbondale, were in the city
Arrivals at the St. Charles hotel yes
terday were Geo. W. Hicks, Chicago;
II. Waller, Louisville; M. J. O'Brien,
Georgia; W. Willis, Tenn.; Geo. II. Hill.
St. Louis ; Wm. Fowler, Metropolis ;
Miss Annie Payne, Louisville; C. C.
Price, Indianapolis , W. H. Funk. .Mem
phis; Hnrry Fox, Chicago; Jno. G.
Mann, Jackson, Tenn.; Geo. P. Collins.
Mexico, Mo.: Sam. Simpson. Boston i tt.
Watson, Frankfort, Ky.; Dr. Lewis,
Kalamazoo; J. C. Willis, Metropolis;
Mrs. E. Evell, Bismarck ; C. W. Heguen
burg, Charleston; B. F. Reaps, Olney,
Ills.; Chas. E. Battelle, wife and two
children, Lanantonia, Texas.
Among the arrivals at tbe Planters'
House yesterday were M. Kahn, Padu-
cab ; M. Lewis, Chicago; H. C. Ulln, St.
Francis, Mo.; W. Y. Cretley,New York;
H. S. Hay, Charleston, Mo.; John W.
Robinson, Clinton, Ky.; Jas. Welch and
wife, Philadelphia ; Hon. Ike Clements,
J, C. Crandell, Carbondale ; J. J. Wil
liams, Point Pleasant.
CAIXO A3S HER SCHOOLS.
What a Vial tor baa to
the rolumaa of tbo
The following communication la taken
from the Evansville Daily Courier of
Sunday, February 16th. It is of interest
to all Cairo people.
down to Cairo a trip to the junc
tion CITV OF THX SOCTH HER SCHOOLS,
EDUCATORS AND rUBLIC-SFIRITKD CITI
ZENS. o tb Editor of the Evansville Courier:
Through the courtesy of Major H. L.
Morrill, superintendent of the Cairo and
Vlncennes railroad, a delegation ot tbe
citizens of Evansville, consisting of
Mayor J. J. Kleiner, Dr. T. C. Bridwell,
John M. Bloss, Dr. R. C. Slaughter and
Frank P. Conn, who were joined at Vln
cennes oy i . J. canton, superintendent
ot tbe schools of that city, was afforded
tbe pleasure of a visit to Cairo, Illinois.
Tbe most prominent object of interest,
among the many attractions in Cairo, is
her public schools, to which
the attention of the delegation
wat naturally directed. Tbe high
school, which was visited. is
ltuatedlna central and healthy partot
tbe city, is a large comfortable building
of neat architectural design. The room
seated with modert furniture, t ie
walls adorned with pctures, statuary
and other specimens ot art, and is oc
cupied by upwards of tne hundred pu
pils. It Is under the control of Superin
tendent Alvord, assisted by a corpa ot
Prominent among the teaturet ot tbe
department are telegraphy and phon
ography, which were Introduced two
years ago aa regular biancbet of study.
The vlsitort were presented with the
most convincing proofs of their advan
tage and entire success. Several cl tses
from tbe different grades were brought
into the room and submitted to a critical
review with the most aatitfactory result.
The various school buildings are con
nected by wires with the auperlntendent's
office, and every aouenn room it in
prompt and immediate communication.
Messages were fretiy intercommunicated
between the various buildings. The
wbole school wrote to the click of the In.
strument, to illustrate the progreaa and
proficiency of the studeats. The practi
cal workings of telegraphy ani pho
nography in the schools ot Cairo clearly
show their advantages and utility as ap
plied. Cairo it strictly a commercial
city. Brevity and speed are necessary
In correspondence, aad Cairo has wisely
provided tbe means ol acquiring this Im
oortant branch of a commercial educa
Under the management of an able
achool board, and through the direction
ot aa accomplished superintendent, tbe
Cairo schools, In the Introduction and
practice ot these silences, have shown
an enterprise ana spirit con
sistent with the progress ot the
age au example to be followed
bv other Western cities. Phonography
Is taught In all tbe grades, beginning
with phonlo spelllnj,' sod ending with
verbatim reporting, selections were
read and reDorted b7 the class la full
with considerable ease and accuracy.
While all the essential brioches of an
English education are taught, other ex
ercises oft literary character are required
These attend to tbe general culture and
accomplishment! of the iooooI, among
which might be mentioned, reading! and
recitations, several of which were ten-
aerea witn fine eflect. Extemporaneous
composition- writing and brief exprea.
u vi Benumenta. original or alanr.i
To Major Morrill, known In Cairo a.
"the man of two cities" fCairo and Ev
ayiue;, aiaior Saflbrd, banker and trus.
tee. Commodore Ualliday, Messrs. Btrat
ton, Korsmeyer and Thistlewood.
rt a . -
bert ot the school board, the delegation
representing Evantville are Indebted tor
for one of the most pleasurable visits of
their llvet. Under Major Morrill's man
agement the Cairo and Vlncenncs rail
road hat steadily gained a position
among the safest and most popular lines
in the West. Its transportation ot
freight Is largely and dally increat.
ing. its reputation for comfort and
safety it bringing it into favor with the
traveling public. Thlt road Is thor
oughly equipped and officered by gentle
men of experience. Conductor Sullivan
has long been connected with thlt road,
and no man enjoyt a better reputation in
railroad circles. The delegation shall
remember his courtesies tn other davs.
tew personals and Incidents are In
reserve with which to spice another letter
Dr. S., musical genius of the delegation,
shall raoairo aspeotul mention. Wh
we go again we shall take the Cairo &
9. E. WATTiaS TO "M. I). 0."
Tbo Trao Inwardnesaof Ibo Lata Ca
plcaaaataoas rally Explained.
To tie Editor of the Cairo Bulletin i
I notice an article in a late issue of yeur
paper from your correspondent at Pu
laski, In which be gives an account, as he
calls it, of "The Devil to pay at Ullin,"
and from his or her eroneous statement I
am led to believe the party must also be
a contributor to the Day' Doing $, Police
Gazette or some other "relitrious' paper
and I therefore wish to give you the
other slde't, statement. Your corres
pondent says "Mrs. P. was held in
love's meshes until two tell-tale letters
were found." Now, sir, this is false In
every particular. The first part Is be
neath my notice, and as lor the letters,
Mrs. P. claims to hare one, but has
told lour different stories how she came
In possession of U. First she came to
me and said she found it where he had
It hid in tbe dwelling. I asked to see it.
dui ims sne reiusea, laying tne wat
afraid to 6how It aa Mr. P. knew she had
It, and bad made threats against her if
she showed or spoke to any one about
It. I said to her that Mr. P. stood in such
a relation to me that I could not believe
such a thing unless I saw the letter, and
from her excuses aad conversation I was
satisfied she did not have any letter, and
put it up as a blackmailing job on her
part and paid no attentiou to it. Then'
after the affray, she reported that she In
tercepted! he letter in Its transit. Next
she said she took it out of his pocket one
night ; and lastly that she found it in an
out-bulldlng where he had torn it up and
thrown It away, filnc then I called Mr.
s attention to tbe report she was cir
culating, and his reply was with an up
lifted hand to God that he had never re
ceived a letter or a note, of any
kind, from Mrs. W,, except one notify
ing him to put an Immediate stop to
some reports that Mrs. P. was circulating,
and said if there was any other letter in
existence It waa a forgery, and that he
knew Mrs. P, had written it herself ; and
to give his words more weight, offered
me his knife to cut his throat at any time
I could prove anything to the contrary.
He also said In the presence ot witnesses
that he would awear at any time that
Mrs. P. had dressed herself more than
once in men's ciotues to personate mm,
to try and get some one to notice her,
that she might have a cue to work on, but
falling id that bad this time resorted to
the letter business at Mrs. W.'s expense
to accomplish ber end.
Not knowing Mrs. P.'s Jealous nature,
I some time since employed Mr, P. to do
some work on Mrs. W.'s teeth, and hence
ber cause for jealousy ; but I learn from
Mr. P. and from Mrs. P.'s sister, and
others that Mrs. W. is not the only one,
as she makes It a rule to imagine a cause
for jealousy with all ot bis lady patients
without regard to age, and I might say,
color, and I learn this is not the first, bu
tbe sixth time the has committed the
like assault. D. H.Watters.
Ullin, Ills., Feb. 19, 1877.
Karrlaare of John Sf. Helatv
las v ioia k. uarasr, as a Ilia
On Tuesday evening, February 20th,
1877, at Ullin, Mr. John M. Mclntyre,
superintendent of Messrs. Dean & West's
mills, Johnson county, and Miss Viola
E. Garner, second daughter of D. T.
Garner, of this county, were united . in
marriage at the residence of our former
fellow-citizen, Mr. James S. Morris, near
Ulhn, Pulaski county.
For weeks previous to the wedding tbe
good people of Ullin, and more particu
larly the younger portion thereor, were
held in a state of great expectancy over
the coming event, and it waa the univer
sal theme ot conversation among theru.
The fact that both tbe parties aro recog
nized leaders in society, as well at in
church matters aud all religious under
takings, gave to tbeir union an unusual
degree of Interest in the estimation of tbe
The invitations (and they were hand
some ones, tor they were printed at the
Bullxtin offloe), were sent out daring
the Utter part of last week, and from
that time up to the hour tbe marriage
ceremony was performed, there was lit
tie else than "the wedding" thought ol
by the average UUinite.
There were perhaps not less than eighty
persons present during the evening,
Desldes the following t Y. D, Garner, and
Miss Cora, lather and sister, and Miss
Helen E. Garner, eousln of the bride.
To Mr. Jas, 3. Morris, at whose boost
the wedding took place, was left the
aiAnammentof almost the entire aTalr.
Mr. Morris If proverbial for hit kocW
" oai m nu praam,-. -Bd
lurpasAtd fcUnsclf on this oo
Among the uvlted guests present were
Dr. A. O. Williams and wlfe,T. J. Ed
dleman and wife, and Ed. Barnwell and
wife, Dongolaj Dr. Greer and wife. D.
B. Watklns and wile. Geo. T. An..
and wife, T. W. Jeffrey and wife, A. M.
Brown aad wife, D. C. McKanzi. an
wile, G. A. Smith and wife. S. a.m..
and wife, W. F. Stone and wife, and L.
Hill and wife, all ot UUln and vinaloitv
and W. F. Schuckers and wUe, Cairo.
Of the young and unmarried people
present we may mention Katie Eggles
toa, Josle Davenport. Flora Mortord
Emma Jeffrey, Alice Metz, Anna Short,'
Mlts De Pew, Eliza Topping, Alice
Clin, Jane Davenport, Helen E. James.
" j. c.james, Laura De Baum,
Susan Smithy, all of Ullin ; Miss Vick
D'Laney, Thebes; Maggie Hodges and
Laura Kelsey, Uodges Park ; Rosa Rice,
Carrai; Helen E. Garner and Belle
Simpson, Mounds Junction ; MissLettie
Kllburn, Cincinnati Marrle d ladies un
attended by their husbands, Mrs.
Hughes and Mrs. E. Breysicker, Ullin.
Among the gentlemen present wtre
Jas. Bell, Cobden; Dr. OWlln, Villa
Wm. Uuuvii, Commerce, Mv.,
W. F. Pitcher, Cairo ; C. Farren, W.
Crockett, Ullin ; Rufus Brain ard, Car
bondale; D. Manning, Ullin ; Enos Mor
ris, Ullin ; A. N. Brainard, Carbondale 5
George Vancuren, Ullin.
According to arrangement the mar- 1
riage ceremony took place at precisely '
8 o'clock ; and was performed by the
Rev. G. W, Wilson, pastor of the Meth
odist Church at Ullin. The bride was
handsomely though plainly dressed, and
was attended by Miss Helen E. James as
bride's maid. The groom wore a hand
some black broadcloth coat and pants,
and white vest. He was attended by Mr
John Gleason as groomsman.
The ceremony was attended by
neither pomp nor display, but with a de
gree of genuine simplicity rarely wit
nessed in these degenerate times, and
was soon over. Alter tbe usual congrat
ulations, the newly wedded couple, with
tbeir invited guests, sat down to a most
magnificent repast, prepared under ttio
direction aad supervision of Mrs. L. Hill,
of Ullin. Ia fact, the tables fa'.rlv
groaned under the weight of the good
things spread upon them. We will not
attempt to give anything like
an itemized list of all the good things
provided, aud will only add that the sup
per was, In every sense, magnificent
enough for two hundred people, and
everything ot the best.
After supper, ana until tne arrival or
the 12 o'clock tram out fiom Cairo, tbe
geests enjoyed themselves in various
ways. Mrs. Dr. Greer, of Ullin, and
Miss Rice ot Carmi, presided at the or
gan, and were highly complimented for
t elr rendition ot several difficult pieces
of music. On the arrival of the train
Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyre took their de
parture on their wedding tour. They
will first visit Mr. Mclntvre's friends In
Canada near Niagara Falls, and after
spending a' few days with them will re
turn to Ullin by way of Chicago, Spring
field and St. Louis. They were accom
panied on their way as far as Anna,
where the north and south bound trains
met, by eight or ten couples of their
more intimate friends, who took the
south bound train at Anna and returned
to Ullin. All in all, tbe occasion was one
that will not soon be forgotten by those
who had the good fortune to participate
All over the world Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup Is making its way, and every place
It reaches consumptive people are more
seldom met. It is truly a blessing to hu
manity, and only costs 25 cents.
C. Moerlein's Cincinnati lager beer,
made from the best barley and hops.
Try it. 1-31-lm.
Smokers are happy again, because
Sam Ullman Is back again, and has
I rought a tresh supply ot those excellent
6 cent cigars. 2-22-lm
Sam Ullman sells a first class cigar at
5 cents, for which all other dealera ask
10 centt. 2-22-lm
Go to Sam Ullman for fine llquort ot
all kindt. Nell's new building, Eighth
Josh Bllllngi says he can recommend
no man to tbe situation of missionary
amonn our border Indians, unless be un
demands tbe use of a Twist rifle, and
n oiviiiza a Pawnee everr time HO
yards with a cross wind. He says anv
man would do better to become a vender
U Babbitt's Best Soap.
We wore exposed last week to a pit!
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 fever.
Tbe good wife asserted her authority,
plunged our feet in hot water, wrapped
ua 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. Tehuacana(Ttu)
WB ABE SOIBa TO MOTS,
And hence offer our entire . stock
goods, consisting ot
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishing
This is no dodge. These goods must
be closed out within thirty days.
.,' . ' 8oi4tto Passim,
lit Camereial ATonye. . ,1-O-aw
STaahwB ts Ant. Jod ataal
N ash villa ....
Below bUb watar of W
a. . RWTED.
Sterner James Fisk, pducah.
Bltmarck, Hew Orleans.
Ste, Genevle,, Memphis.
" City of Helen, St. Louis.
Steamer James FItk, Patucah.
" Thos. Sherlock, SncInnjlU
" Bismarck, St. Lou,,
" Ste. Genevieve, St. -nJi
" C. B. Cherch, ClncUttl
Cltv of Helena, Vlcka '
Weather very pleasant lev
Is covered with wagons for the
Rates to-day are 15 to 30 cet J1
New Orleans freight Little c
Is now coming this way The0
marck in all her glory passed np L
night for St. Louis The She.
lock had a fair trip for Cln
clrnatl. She appeased us with a
tew hhds, sugar The Ste. Genevieve
had a very light up trip. She added 25
tons here and departed at 8:3 a.m
The Church passed up, having 400 tons
of railroad iron for New Albany, 50U tons
for Cincinnati, and '20 passengers In
tbe cabin. While she lay here
She took 200 bales box material tor Lou
isville and 300 kegs for Aurora The
elegant City of Chester had a good trip
and helped herself to 60 tons of miscel
laneous freight .The barges took 200
tons at the usual rates Among
the first boats due are the John
B. Maude, City of Chester, Cons
Millar, J. W, Gaff and Henry C. Yaeger.
The famous City of Helena left
drawing over 7 feet and having- 1.000
tons aboard The reliable Bella
Memphis leaves the wharf this evening
at 6 for Memphis. Capt. Jno. Crane is
In command, and Mr. Hughltt attends
the wants of passengers and shippers
The Flsk Is always on time and will
leave forPaducah at 6 p.m The
new steamer C. W. Anderson arrived at
6 p.m. with the cabin full of passengers.
She unloaded 40 tons pig Iron tor St.
Louis, and 33 bundles and 89 bars of iron
lor the firm of C. R. Woodward.
Tuesday 2,1 fetairy 27th, 1877C
Susan B. Anthony.
W1U Deliyer her New Lacture. Entitled
mm m m m nmr
Under the Auspices of
Taylor Literary Club.
bouse. Fifty cents.
all parts of the
Doors open at 7 o'clock
con. tnences at 8 o'clock.
naranCeefl aarasr nnr
aiOO a budTZ
Agent. Aiiswr book
ca. au Loula. ata,
EUte of Alfred Cauble, deceased.
fo whom tt miy concern I will apply
te tbe co'ioty court of Aleia ider county,
Illinois, at tbe Marco term thereof, to-wlt :
On tbe second Monday In March, A. D. 18T7,
tora lull and fin 1 discharge from all further
liability a administrator of said estate.
Louis Twkntc, Administrator.
February 19, 11177. t-8L
In tbe District Court of the United
States, Southern District of I1II0M.
In the matter ot Chandler Bobbins and
Chandler F. Bobbins, bankrupt in
Notice is hereby given that by order of
t e district ceurt ol the United States for
th Southern district of Illinois, tbe sec
ond and third meetings of tbe creditors of
said bankrupts will be held at Cairo, ia
said district, on the 13th day of Marco, A.
D . 177, at 10 o'clock A.m., at the offlu of
John Q. II tr man, Esq., one of the rKltsra
in baolcruatcy, in said district, tor the
purposes named in the 27th scd 28th. see
tiOD of th bankrupt act ot March 1,1307.
Yours, etc., UEORGtt FISHER,
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