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aJRO BUSINESS UOUSES
njr Wine Arm mb her tbtwelln
lo, lo thlx oolumn under appropriate heading
liberate of tl.ft" per month or U per yar
payauie quarterly fa advance.
HiHwarti Rmtm Jm1 TIa War
A. HAU,ETtMl)t la Movea.Tln and Hard
Ware, liaiden and Farmer' Implement, Wira
-.uxl, Ren-lgeratara, rompi ani Laaen
1 15 Commercial Avenue. Muttering, and Jab
Work dona an abort nouaa.
.1. S.MiH AHK Yltaaler In hard aad aoft I am
her, flooring, ceiling, aiding and eiirfaoed
lumbar, laili aad hlngl. ofBoe and yard
corner 1 went kill afreet and Washington a? enue
LAN (.'AWE It it KICK-Uenlrr, lo oa.h
aon, bltmU, etc.. hard and aoft lumber and
hlngle. Yard and offlcr, Comnicrrtal avenue
enter l" th afreet.
U. H AKTM AX bealet In Queer.. ware. Tove
Lump and all kind of fancy at tielas. Coituiier-
ui aveuue, corner W atreet.
WILLIAM WINTEK-llxth atleet between
otutnercialayenna and W Mliuigton avenue.
liotblaa; and Herrbaat Tallorlne;
JOHN AVTKIM-Me.rhant Tailor and do.ler
in newly JVia.ie Clothing. 78 Ohio Levee.
Meal Katate Aajeaelea.
M. J. HOWLKV-Iteal ktat. Ageuf. Buy
anu iuii real e.iaie, coiierm rent. ta; late.
i uon-rwiiuenie. to, ,omioercuu avenue,
I ween Ninth and Tenth atreet.
J. O. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
Ale xandwr county lauds, Culro lot iu
tt Lunge lor St. IaiuIs property.
A fine residence oo corner Halbrook
venue and Twenty-third etreet, at a bar
Cottage on Sixth street between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street.
House and lot on Eighth atreet Wto
Walnut and Cedar, $1,650.
Two-story bouse, on Twenty-Eighth
itreet, between Poplar and .Commercial
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue, be
t ween Tenth and Eleventh street.
The first floor of a brick dwelling cor
utrol Nineteenth and Poplar street.
'ottge on the north aide ol Twelfth
treet between Walnut and Cedar.
Husluctfi house on Levee ttrert above
tight, and in good repair.
Kooto In a two story house on Com
oierdal avetme between Ninth and Tenth
Store room near corner ot Twentieth
and Poplar atreet ; ft?.
Tenement 3, 4, 5 and 10 in Winter'
Sow tor $10 per month, aad In flrst-ela.
Cottage on Twenty-first street between
Sycamore and Poplar.
Room in nearly every part of the eity.
k FOE LEASE OR SALE.
Land In tract to ault, near Cairo.
It U now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
ILe laundress, No. 13 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial aye
cities, baa one of the bet conducted larin
Jry wstabliHhtnenU In the city, and land
.ords of hotels and boarding bouse will
2nd it to their advantage to call upon
tier. Her price are a follow: llotel
nd boarding house washing 75 cents per
r lon-n. For piece work price are aa fol
ows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
rhlrts and two collar, 25c ; per dozen,
0c; socks, 5c; two collar. 5c; two
handkerchief. 5c ; vests, 20c ; and all gen
tleman' wear, 80c per dozen; ladies
jyUin calico dreses, $1 25 per dozen
i-alleo dresses w ith extra trimmings, 00c;
white dresses, $1 2.; ladies underwear,
r.ne or course, il per dozen. 11-2-lf
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
VrrJ the entire lot of moulding tools
ric. of the picture framing department
cl the. Bulletin. All orders for frame
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this office. We bespeak lor him the llb
trullty ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon ua 111 assortment ot
moulding is compute, prices beyond
ompetltion and he gtiarentees satlsfac
tion in all cases,
i Viro, Oct. 10, U7C.
tl CalRO ECLI.ETIt Co.
To all who are flittering from the
urors nnd Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
Hire you, free of chance. This great
ieuieuy was discovered by r missionary
ii South America. Send ,a self-addressed
envelope to the Her. Joeph T.
Inman, Station D. Bible House, New
York City. 1-30-Ctu.
Wlljou'a Albany aeedllng strawWry
Lawton blackberry plants, and Early
y.inueaur pie plant roots.
All in iiiantitle to suit buyers.
t;ldence opposite Nineteenth atreet,
on ('onitnerclal avenue. 2 81m
We will pay no bills for goods or nier
a handise purchased for the Bcllxtin
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
t hat is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Biairm Co,
Jvfl Brown has taken charge ol the
barber shop ou Eighth street, near Wash
Ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Lumpt rt. Jell Is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give hlra a
sail and satisly yourselt. tl
"r IUgax's Maosoua Balm preserve
ind restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan aud sallowness ; makes the
,Wln soft, white and delicate. IU appll
nation cannot be detected.
Lyom's Kathawon makes beautiful,
gioasy, luxuriant hair t prevents Its laU
cir out or turning gray. H has stood
the test of 0 yers. Is.charmlngly per
fumed and has no rival.
UOUT aSOOtaTTUa ' '
. Knight of PyUilaa, inaota arerr Frl
ay aught at half-pMl aayaa, in Odd-
reiiow' iiaij. . Hows,
ii AUCZAKDIR LODGE. RO. S3.
jr Indcpeadant Order of Odd-reU
v J low. oieeM every Thnraday night
nna at half-part MVen, In their hall oa
iiuuerciai aTauue. imweea Bimtn anv ncveaia
:reei Wm K. Haw!, H. U.
lAJRO ENCAMPMENT. I. O. O. T. , meet
Win Odd-flllow' Hall on the trat aad third
i uduy ib every roonui, at balf-paet aavea
A. Coauwa, C P
CAIKo IAIMJE, NO.ttr.A.r. A. M.
Jioui rernlar eommojnlcatloua In Ma-
aonlo Hall, corner Commercial arenua
and ElirliUi afreet, oa tha aeeond aad
roil r in oiunilar of each moutk .
RATE or ADVEBTIftlXU.
K9A11 bill for adrertUiaC, art dd and pay
able ix AOVAKCB
Transient advcrtialng will batnaarfed at the
rata of tl W per sqnar for U lint latertioa
and au oeata for aanh aubaeqaatit one A libaral
diaoouBtwIU b snada oa standing and dlnpl
For inserting Funeral notice tl 00 Notice at
mmting of (ociotlea or secret orders 0 seat for
Charch, Society, Featlval nd Supper notlca
Will only be inaerted a adTertiaemeaU
Ko adrertisamaat will b reoalved at less than
to eents, and no aavertUement will be lueerted
for lea Uian tbre dollar per month
local nritijii.na noticm
Of one square (8 lines apace) or more, in
serted in the BiLtkTiN is follows : (lexs
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square.
Two insertions per square
Three Insertions per square.
Six insertions per RQjMre....
Two weeks per sqnare-
One month per square
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
SATURDAY. MARCH 3, 1S77.
Ho anaiwaiaieoaaeat will k laaerloal
lit toe asallatiai aalew in maaer
tampaale tb aaene. Tkla rale .1
luapernilTr. atait.a Aaaonneew
bmbm lor elty OtBaea, S3 ; Aluerauwa,
For til Clerk.
Wa are authorized to announce Jam W
Stewart a a candidate fur ra-elacuon to the of
fio of City Clerk at tha ablroacMng (barter
I.Ofwl fftaltet Keptorl.
Catao. III., Uarch 2. 1ST7.
Sergeant, 8ucnal Sarvlo. I . a. A.
They ar Xxtraordlnary." P.T.U& um.
Monday, March 5th '77
boesu T"Koi at xmnai
EC16XA ou men mmm
TJproarioui PUoUUon If iastrtlsy !
Blllr Ueraaada, Bokart Height 'and
Dirk I.lltlo, Ete.
Tlicr far uceir their white Imitator.. "V Y.
Herald. "Tl.er areabaoluwlr the best la Aaoer-.
ica."-r!oton AdTertiaer. "They ar linaur-
paiuied.'-N. y. Oraphic.
1 2th Year. AX.T, tha OLD FAVORITES
Reserved SeaU 75 cent now to be had
C. Moerlcln's Cincinnati lager beer,
made from the best barley and bops.
Try it. ' 1-31-lni.
Hollo way 'a ttll and Olntuteat.
For scurry, leprocy, and cutoneus dis
eases they are unrivaled. In places where
these maladies are prevalent, the cure
are marvelous, lor the expulsion ot pim
ples, blotches, etc., they are uuparalleled,
and as a cosmetic the ointment stands
unequalled. Sold everywhere. 25 cents
per box or pot.
Sam L'llman sells a first claas cigar at
eenu, tor wiueii ail omcr dealers ask'
18 ceuts. 2-22-1 ni
TU Htrrhaul'i Eaebange.
Loul C. Herbert, proprietor of the
Merchant's Exchange Restaurant and
Saloon. (late of the Arcadia saloon, oppo
site the court bouse, )Commercial avenue,
near corner ot 8th street, keeps on band
at all times the finest liquors, wines, and
beers. Lunch spread at 10 o'clock every
Go to Sain L'llman for tine liquors ot
all kinds. Nell's new building, Eighth
street. - 2-2Mni
.Unas bo Bold Out.
.Until March 5th, 1 will sell my stock ol
glass and queensware
AT ACTUAL COST.
If the stock Is not all sold at the date
above stated the remainder will be sold
at auction. My object in closing out
this class of goods Is to make room lor a
large stock of groceries aud produce.
Sale positive. Call and examine goods.
. W. Tbigo,
2-23-ti. No. 138 Washington avenue.
Smokers are happy again, because
Sam lllman Is back again, ami has
l-rongbt a tresh supply ot those excellent
6 cent cigars. 3-22-lui
fog stale or Loaa.
A good farm, containing 120 teres
good lrame dwelling, orchard and all nec
essary outvbulldlngs. Land all under
fense and In cultivation except 8 acres
The land Is unincumbered and title per
leot. This farm Is located tbree-tourths
of a mile from the Mississippi river, back
of Woll Island Stores, Mississippi county,
Missouri, ror further Information ap
ply at the aUu-BTUi offlee, Cairo, 1111 ;
Ham. I Tua. Wiao. Tel.
fXtTtl 4o W 7
i Sw5 J 4o W t
T6I I 44o W 11
ai.siil tip w u
Mr. J. 11. oberly I at the Tremont
. mere wai no business in the police
W orklngman I Look to your Interests
and save doctor bills by using Dr. Bull
Maj. Morrill of the Cairo and Vlo-
cennes railroad, was at the Southern
Hotel, St. liOuls, yesterday.
Tho Pulaski county circuit court
still In ses&lon, though no cases ofppeclal
importance haye thus far been tried.
Tolice Ofllcer O'Maley has so lor ra
covered as to be ablo to resume his place
on me lorce again. He was on duty on
Thursday night lor the ttrst time In two
jiayor n inier nas just received a con-
a t , a a
sigument of choice Baltimore oysters, la
bulk and in cans, which he is selling very
cheap. The bulk oysters are especially
line, and are being sold at 75 cents
lhe Ladies' Library association will
hold their nigular annual meeting for
the election of ofllcer, this (Saturday)
afternoon at 2 o'clock prompt In the li
brary room in the Bank building, Ohio
levee. Kvery member is earnestly re'
(pleated to be prent. M. K. Ford,
J'romiuent among the arrivals at the
Planters' House yesterday were F. A.
Klrby, St. Loul ; diss. Edwards and T.
Brown, St, Louis ; E. D. Hall and wife.
Charleston, Mo.; Dick Williams, Dexter ;
Thos. Oarner, Ganesvllle, Arkansai;
t rank A. Sanders, Texas.
i he work iu driving out the evil and
vice concentrated In certain portions of
great cities, such as the Five Points in
New York, and St. Giles In London, has
occupied largely the attention of modern
philanthropists. AU wise men now reo-
I ognize the Immense value of B. T. Bab
bitt's Best Soap in this all-Important
At the St. Charles yesterday were M.
1. Potter. St. Louis: W. Wipirln.
Murpbysboro ; S. C. Den nelly and C. D.
Crary, Hamilton, Ohio ; Frank Oambet,
Boston; W. W. Harris and wile, St.
Louis ; O. T. Winney, St. Louis ; L. F.
Patrtny, St. Louis ; Geo. Lee, Chicago ;
T. Winter and W. C. Tlntb, Chicago, and
P. Moore, St. Louis.
We are glad to note the Improvements
made by our fellow-townsman, C.
Hanny, in his elegant and commodious
building on Eighth street. Chris Is a
llye, energetic business man, and merits
the patronage of the public, as on his
shelves may be found the best goods in
the market, both In dry goods and gro
cries. Gire him a call. 2-26-1 w
Among Use guests registered at Her
bert's yesterday were J. F. Field,
Natchez ; Jas. Ralston and Jas. S, Gero
nan, Memphis ; J. K. Warner, St. Louis ;
Perry Homer, Wilson Haynea and T. n.
Elliott, Milwaukee; H. A. Allison, Tren
ton, Tenu.; A. B. Walton, Harrisburg,
Mo.; W. A. Kean aad Tom Miller, Chi
cago. The ladies are completing their ar
rangements for the opening of the li
brary on Tuesday eveiing next. The
programme of the opening exercises
will appear in. to-morrow morning's
Bulletin. The furnishing ot the room
is about completed, aud all persons who
have books, pamphlets, etc., that they
wish to donate to the library, may now
send them to the library room in the City
National bonk building.
I always have been and still am aole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
Wood's Fever Pllli. Auy 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 Met. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealer on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
d&w-tf. Dr. Wm. Wood.
Mayor Winter has just received the
finest lot of canned oysters, and oysters
in bulk ot the season from Annapolis,
Md., on the Chesapeake Bay, which he
is selling very rapidly at his depot next
door to Paul G. Scbub's drug store, on
Commercial avenue.. So bring along
your buckets and pails and buy theui(
large and tat by the dozen at 15 cents, or
bv the hundred at 75 cents. Cans In
proportionalso game and nh in abun
A difficulty ocsurred yesterday be
tween two color J men named respec
tively Jerry Humphreys and John Nel
son, at a point on the county road about
six miles above the city. The difficulty
was about the removal of some rails
claimed by Humphreys, aud iuthe melee
guns were brought into requisition,
though no one was hurt. Late last
evening Judge Bross issued a warrant
for the arrest of Nelson,Jwho it seems,
was the aggreisor In the row.
James B. Brown, a peddler ot "snide"
jewelry, glass cutters, knife sharpeners,
etc., arrived Jn tbe city a day or two
ago, and put np at an up-towa boarding
house.' Brown had a partner In business
who generally did the selling. Tester
day morning Brown furnished his part
ner with about one hundred dollars
worth of goods, and gave him ten dol
lars In money with which to take out
peddler's license. Brown's partner
started out, and so tar as Brown Is aware,
is still going. Brown oould stand the
loss of his partner, but the hundred dol
lars worth of goods and the ten dollars
In money is what worries Itlut.
The Colossal Bronze Statue ot Victory
which stands In the park, at Lowell, be
fore the tomb or the first soldiers that
fU In the revolution, is a lasting and
beautiful tribute ot art. It U one et the
first objects sought by strangers visiting
our sister city, which Indeed many visit
purposely to see this elegant object of
high art. It wm obtained from the King
of Batavla by Dr. J. C. Ayer, to whoa
his majesty was especially gracioui In
acknowledgment of what his remedies
are reputed to have done lor the suffering
sick. It was donated by the doctor to
the city of Lowell as a permanent and
spesklog emblem of the victories both of
science and arm. 'Hagtr(own (Mi
The question of merging Pulatkl and
Alexander In one county, i being agl
tated, and we tlnd very little opposition
to the scheme. Indeed we do not believe
there are half a dozen property owners
In Cairo who are opposed to it. We un
derstand a bill either has been or will
soon be Introduced in the legislature
with special reference to the consollda
Hon of thef e two counties. There can be
no doubt that by merging the two cotin
ties Into one thero would be a great
saving to the people in the way of taxes,
Just received at D. Uartman s queens-
ware store, the largest and finest assort
meut of toilet and laundry soaps that
has been brought to this city for some
time. The following are some few of
the well known brands. Mammoth
Bath,Boquet,Honey and Glycerlne.Whlte
Rose, Oat Meal, Moss Rose.EIder Flower,
Turtle Oil, Gilletts Laundry Castile, Ac.,
etc.. Also a fine assortment of Feather
Dusters and Feather window-Brushes,
Psrtics will find It to their Interest to call
and examine my stock of soaps and
dusters, as I mean to soil the above goods
for less than any other house in Cairo.
Tho officers will have to "raid the
tramps" strain In order to induce them to
leave the city. A few weeks ago, Chier
Gossman and Olfloers Andv Cain and
Sargent and Constable John Cain spent
several nights In going iroin place to
place where It was known 'that tramps
were in the habit of rendezvousing at
night, and notilled them that they must
either leave the city or snffer the conse
quences of being arrested as vagrants.
The tramps took the officers at their
word, aud ia less than forty-eight hours
nine out of every ten of them had left
tbe city. But since then a new crowd
have made their appearance, and wo sug
gest to the officers that another round
anionic them would have a good eflect.
and be the means of ridding the city of
many of the suspicious characters that
are to be seen on tbe streets at almost
any hour ot the day.
Speaking of tha Georgia Minstrels, tbe
Boston Dally Herald says: "They have
burst on us like an avalanche, and taken
the town by storm. Tbe company has
made an Immense hit in this city. All
tbe reserved seats are sold long before
the performances begin, and the house is
filled by a fashionable audienceone
rarely seen at a minstrel entertainment.
The rush to see them Is unparalleled In
the history of minstrelsy. The perform
ances of this band of real minstrels are
received with the highest enthusiasm.
Thep lalrlr ovorflow with grotesque
humor, which touches sympathetic
chords In tbe audience. 40, wo peopte
attended their foar week's performances
here. It seems almost sad to think that
their stay cannot be made longer ; they
will be welcome whenever they come
bnck." This excellent troop will appear
at the atheneum in this city on next
Monday evening, March 5th.
Mrs. Ben James will not leed any more
tramps. No, indeed she won't. She
would see every mother's son ot them
starve first. And she Is right, for nine
out ol ten of them are rascally fellows,
and deserve to starve. But what has set
Mrs. James against feeding tramps is
this; Between three and tour o'clock on
Thursday afternoon a tramp stopped at
her house and asked lor something to
eat. Mrs. J. told him that if he would
split some wood lor her she would give
him a good meal. Mr. Tramp went to
the wood pile aud worked liko a rood
fellow while the meal was being prepared
tor blin. Tbe meal ready,
Mr. Tramp was called In and he sat
down to the first square meal he had
tackled In a month. While the tramp was
eating Mrs. James had occasion to go out
of the room, and she had scarcely turned
her back before the villainous scoundrel
"went through" the sewing stand, and
appropriating a pocket-book containing
betweeu thirty and forty dollars, beat a
hasty retreat, and has not since been
seen or heard of. It is supposed he lett
the city by the evening freight train on
the Illinois central. .o more tramps
ueed apply to Mrs. James for food.
wouiu-ue postmasters are numerous
in Cairo. We understand there are ne
less than four aspirants for the office ot
postmasters at this place, and each of the
aspirants are quietly obtaining signa
tures to petitions to be presented to his
excellency Hayes. Col. McKeaig seems
to have the inside track, however,
aud K Hayes carries oat his
promise of civil service reform,
it will be a nara matter
to oust the colonel. Besides, the term
for which Col. McKeaig was appointed,
will not expire until some time in the
fall of 1S7S. It is said that F. M. Ward
la anxious to step Into Ur. Fisher's shoes
as collector ol the port of Catro. - It is
claimed, however, that Ward will be sat
isfied with almost anything, and if he
can't get the collectorshlp, he would not
refuse to take Irish Jimmle'a place as
scrub in the postofflce. Col. Casper Yost
would like to succeed J. C. Willis in the
collector's office ; but If he , can't
get that he will take anything else.
It Is even hinted that he is so anxious to
succeed somebody that in tbe event of
1 allure to bounce Willis, be will apply
for a route agency ou Cannlngham's
Mound City and Cairo back line, or on
tbe narrow gauge railroad. .
aaaBaB ' ' " '
Indications are that there will be no
lack of candidates for the Ooe to bi
filled at the approaching onarter tleetion
For mayor we have Heard the sume of
no less than six gentlemen mentioned,
to-wit: Peter Cuhl, Yf. r. Wright, C. O.
Patler. Hon. A. II. Irvln, T. YT. Halll
day and the present mayor, Mr. Winter.
We do not.know, however, that ny
or the gentlemen named have
consented to allow their names
to be ued In this con
ncction ; but It is well understood that at
least two of them would be willing to
serve the "dear people," and that too at
the present salary, $500 per annum.
For police magistrate. Charley DeLay
and Mr. Bird, present magistrate, are
mentioned as probable candidates. For
treasurer there are perhaps half a dozen
men who would like to handle the
city's cash during the next year,
ana among them are several
well-known citizens and business men
For clerk, so lar, Jim Stewards the only
candidate, but that he will be allowed to
carry off the prize without opposition Is
naraiy probable. For city attorney
there are at least two, aud perhaps three,
candidates in the Held. Geo. W. Hen
ricks and Wm. Q. McGee have their
friends at work ; and it may be that City-
Attorney Black will try to be bis own
successor. This is the situation at this
writing, but as election day approaches
new candidates will appear, and the
struggle may yet be a very lively one.
The following Is a list of letters re
maining uncalled for In the post office at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Satur
day, March 3, 1877:
Barbee, P. E.; Bell, L. E.; Cowell.
Anna; Casler, L. D.; Devlin. Mary:
Forman, Hannah; Grlmor, Ida; Har
mon, Mrs. A. L.; Hagen, Florence ;
Heuser Carrie; Hascan, Liz
zle; Jones, Lew; Kiug, Ilattle;
Kok, Miss ; Muley, Tuley ; Mabanev.
Mary ; Phillips, Matilda ; Roberaon, Per-
cillia; Smith, Johanna; abeppard,
Genu Ambry Alired ; Adkins, L. M.;
Bearneiu, Lloyd; Blanchard, Geo. A.;
Baufle, Peter ; Bradsbaw, Wm.; Clark,
A. J.; Colllster, C. C; Cantrell, Daniel ;
Cottrell, J. II.; Coil, J. P.; Carr, J. S.;
Coodess, W. M.; Fisher, Johnson; Glick,
Adolph ; Glass Factory; Oillum, Charles;
treisler, Julius; Guthon, P. C.; Harwood
Bros. & Co.. Harmon, Aaron : Harney.
Geo.; Hogan, Wm.; Jackson, Geo.:
Jacobs, Jacob; King, Perrv:
Massey, Chaa.; Mack. S. J.; Miller, Joe ;
Mangrum, L. W.; Monahan, Michl:
Masterson, Patrick ; Newton, H. . L.;
Plaistel A Woods; Phillips, Clinton;
Parter, Wm.; Rosslter, W.; Robinson,
J.; Roberson, T.; Schneck, Anthony;
Sargent, Calvin; Snook, Geo.; Smith, J.;
Sacket, J. L.; SchmetUtorf, L.; Seoord,
S.; Taylor, Giles ; Tessel, N.; Thompson,
R. ; WhlU, Chas.; Wagner, Geo.; Walsh,
Persons calling for any ol the above
letters will please say "advertised."
Geo. W. MoKeaio, P. M.
a niarx tne ciouuer will remove in a
raw days to 61 Ohio levee, where he will
close out tbe entire stock of clothlnar
cy goods etc, etc. 2-3-5t
Beady for Baaineaa Asralo.
Editor Bcllxtin : I take pleasure in
calling the attention of the public to the
lact that I have rebuilt and re-estab
lished tbe Union Bakery on tbe site of
the building lately lost by lire on Com
mercial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixth streeU, where I will be pleased to
welcome all my old patrons as well as all
who desire a good article of bread, cakes.
confections, etc. Fit an: Keatky.
WE ABE GOIXG TO MOVE.
Aud hence oner our entire stock
goods, consisting ot
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hat aud Caps,
BooU and Shoes, Gents' Furnishing
This Is no dodge. These goods must
be closed out within thirty days.
143 Commercial Avenue. l-22-2w
Wood 1 Coal 1 1 wood II I
On and alter the 20th Inst., tho under
signed will fill orders lor
Stove wood, per cord... ..... ..
Block " "
4-loot " " "
Big muddy coal, (1 ton)...;....-
" " tear-load)
Ilarrleburg coal, (1 ton)
" " (2 tons)
Leave orders at No. 34 Eighth street,
and they will receive prompt attention.
Coal and wood delivered to any part of
the city. 2-22-lm. F. M. Ward
THIS HORSING AT TEN O'CLOCK,
W . TRIGG & CO.
No. 21, Eighth Street.
QUEENSWARE and GLASSWARE
Ol every Description.
Tea cups, Saucers, Plates, ' Wash
Bowls, and Pitchers, Syrup Caus, Cream
Pitchers, Butter Dishes, Sugar Bowls,
Platters. Side Dishes, Goblets, Spit
toons, Ac, fcc.
The finest quality of goods and best
brand lu the market.
Chas. S. Delay,
Positively ibo lt.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar. Wild Cherry
and Horehound Is the very best com
pound ever prepared, advertised or sold
by any person, or under any name what
ever, for the immediate relief and pcrma-
nen Insure ef coughs, colds, croup, whoop
ing oongb, bronchitis, asthma, and all
diseases ot consumptive . type. . It will
thoroughly eradlcaU these alarming
symptoms In one-hslf the time required
to do so by any other medicine, ft I
rrurfty vegetable, and ;ou(alii4 uot a par
tide of opinin or other dangerous drug,
ft Beyer falls. Every bottle guaranteed
ioacrforni exactly aa represeaUd. Bar
clay Bros., Agents,
AUo agenu for Prof. pMker's Plea
ant worm Byrup, which U sure death to
worms. Pleasant to Uke and requires no
physic. . Price, 35 cents. Try it,
.The Traao riao
Are produced by tho diurnal revo.
wuon of thfl earth, extending from 20
leg. north to 20 deg. south of tbe
tquator; nd sailors hail with Joy
their advent Into them, alter being tempest-tossed
and worn, as productive of a
season of rest For weeks they some
time do not touch a sad, bounding home
ward through fields of sea weed alive
with minute shell-flsh. and observa
play of the nramnu. Doroolae. bonita.
and tho terrified flight of .the flying fish
um ib wier. now much more de
llghtlul then must it be to aruide the
bark of poor humanity into the trade
winus or nealth out of the head seas of
unease and suflerlng, and make life's m.
xure a pleasant voyage I Yes, such ean
be effected by using the Home Stomach
uroamiaa; Hlaama Wlthoaf
There Is no exaggeration in the stata-
meni mat thousands of person residing
from one year's end to another In fever
and ague regions on this continent and
elsewhere, breathe air more or less Im
pregnated with miasma, without incur,
ring the disease, simply and onlv because)
tney are In the habit of urIim? Hosteller's
stomach Bitters as a preventative. It has
frequently happened, and the fact ha
been amply attested by the parties them-
selves, that persons surrounded on all
sides by neighbors sutTerlng the tortures
ot this shivering and burning plaujre.
have enjoyed absolute immunity from It,
thanks to the protection afforded by the
Bitters. Nor Is that sUndard antl-fcbrile
cordial less efficacious in remedying than
in preventing enms ana lever, bilious re
mittents, and disorders or a kindred type.
Taken between tbe paroxysms, it speed
ily mitigates their violence, and eventu.
ally prevents their recurrence. These
facts, convincingly esUbllshed by evi
dence, appeal with peculiar force to trav
elers and sojourners in malarious dls
JVOtfre t. Tax-rayera.
Notice is hereby given that tbe tax
books lor tbe year 1870 have been placed
in my bands, and that I will bo in the
following named places at the time below
set forth for tbe collection ot taiea lor
said year :
March 12 At the store house of Jas
per Cullev, in Clear Creek precinct.
March 13 At tho store house of R. A.
Edmundson In Wahoo. Clear Creek
March 14 At the store house of B. F,
Brown & Bro., town of Thebes, Ttwbes
March 15 At the store house ot Alex,
Ireland, in town ot Santa Fe, Santa Fe
March 1C At the store house of F. D.
Atherton A Co., in Goose Island precinct.
March 17 At the residence of Nick
Hunsaker, In.Dog Tooth precinct.
March 1S At the store of John Hodges
In town of Uodgesl'ark, Unity precinct.
March 20 At tha store house ot G. W.
snort, in town of Sandusky, Unify pnw
March 21 At the store hou3e of B. F.
Duncan, In town of Toledo, Hazlewood
March 22 At No. C5 Ohio Ivee, in
South Cairo precinct, and at my olH ce a
the Court House,ln North Cairo precinct
until the 10th of day A pril. '
Peter Sacf, Collector.
Cairo, lit., February 21, 1977.
Wu DFA.rrr. Biraw ft pot. )
March if,, lii:. f
ratio. 'low wart a.
sr. ra. it. nr.
Cairo. IS 24
PltUbtirg 4 S l
CiacinaaU...... 10 I x 8
Uui Wile 4 10 l
Nashville 3 11 X 2
8t. Loul-...... .... 10 v X 1
ktumphia 10 0 j
Viokiuurg.. 1 K
New Orleaoji 1(1 S )
""Below high water of 1ST.
Sargeant. Signal rvke. " 8. A.
Steamer James FUk, Paduoah.
' Jas. Howard, New Orleaus.
A. C. Doually, New Orleans.
M T. T. Hillman, Nashville.
" Jno. L. Rhoades, PltUburg.
Steamer James Fisk, PaducAli.
Jas. Howard, St, Louut.
' A. C. Donally. Cincinnati.
" T. T. Uillmau, Nashville. I
" Jno. L. Rhoades, St. Louis.
Cloudy weather, and business fair.
The renowned aad beautiful idlewild
leaves at 5 thU eveniug for Evansville.
Ben Howard commands, Messrs. Nurre
and Brown adorn the oillce The
barges were loading- yesterday for New
Orleans aud way The Jas. Howard
passed up at 4 a.m. She brought
up i2,uuo leec ot lumber for
the box factory, lett 'for
Bt. Louis this time. The A. C. Donally
passed up at 4 p.m., having over 500 tons
on : board aud CO passengers iu
the cabin.. ..,..The City . of Chea
ter is due from Memphis lor
St. Louis.. Cumberland river Is fall
ing.. The HUIrnau had a good trip
and a fair list of passengers The
Fisk brought down a number of bhds.
ot tobacco yesterday, and leaves tor
Paduoah at 5. CupL Williams audClit.
Arnaut preside on board.. Tbe Ste.
Genevieve fat the Anchor line packet for
Memphis thU evening. She leaves at
7 precisely... The Jno. L. Ihoadee
arrived from Pltttburg at S p.m., and
bound tor St. Louis. be resblppod 1.600
packages of glassware for tbe South,'
iHr and. Pamtaan asBuAncUf.
Mt uuip pafurvtaje- or. t-ara
aoalel AaaoaaaaaaiS otaoo.
KotieeU hereby given teau parsons In
terested, Uat tke city cottnoi) of me city
of Cairo having ordrd that, the fotlewiu
named sidewalks be reconstructed of wood
vis: On west side of Levee street In front
of lots nine ()- twelve (la), tbtnaoa ls),
fourteen (14;, nfteen (II) and elfhteota (lij
In block two (3); lots slEteea (16) and sev
enteen (17) to bloek three (8): lots one (1)
two (2), three (3), lour (i), aix (6), sovea
.ru'B(l (M). fifteen tiajj
.e0uf venteen (17) and IfhUVa
: "i WL 0". wo
. w w aua ioi
twelve (12), thirteen (u
teen (15;, sixteen (16),
jour (4), five (5), aix (e;,Un(lO),.iv.i(iIi!
twelve (12). thirteen (&). lourtaoa ''), it
teen (16). sixteen H6i. Hna in"..j
n""'" Ki"f, iu uioca ore io)i ana lots
?!?. (9M?B10eIeveB ) ).
thirteen (13), fourteen (14) and sixteen lit)
in b ock aix (tt), all m the city of Cairo. '
Tff, the following named side
walk be reconstructed of wood, via; On
Vie.TiUt? ,ld.e J "-eon street between '
k. - it'"..""! nnwclal avenuet On
the north side of Second street between
Levee street and Commercttl avenue: On ;
the south side of Fourth street between
Levee street and Commercial avenue: On
tbe north side of Fourth street between
Levee street and Commercial avenue: On
the soma side ol Eighth street between
Levee street and Commercial avenue: On
the south tide ot Twelfth street, between
Levee street and Washington avenue: On
the south ride of Fourteenth street, be
tween Commercial avenue and Walnut
street: On the north side of Fourteenth
street, between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street: On tbe west side of Poplsr
street, between Thirteenth and Four
teenth streets, and between 1itecnth and
Eighteenth streets: On the west aide ot
Cedar etreet, between Fifteenth and Six
teenth streets t On the north side of
Eighteenth street, between Levee street
aud Commercial avenue and between
Washington avenue and Walnut atreet:
On tho soutb side of Twentieth street, be
twen Levee street and Commercial ave
nue: on the north side of Twentieth atreet
between Levee street and Commercial ave
nue: onbe west side of Washlnjrton.'avenue
between Tenth and Twelfth street, and on
the south side of Thirty-fourth atreet. ha. ' "
twsen Levee street and Commercial ave
That the following sidewalks be eon-
tructed of wood, viz : On tha weat side of
l'oplar street, between Tsuth and Twelfth
streets: Un the north side or Eleventh
street between Washington and Commer
cial avenues: on mo north aide of Eigh
teenth street, between Walnut and Cedar
streets, and the south side of Twenty
eighth atreet, between Levee street aud
That the following walk to b construct
ed of brick, viz: On the'soutb sldn of Eighth
street between Wahington avenue and
Walnut street: Oa tbe south side of Sev
enth street, between commercial end -
Washington avenues: On the north side
of Seventh street, between. Commercial -
and Washington avenues and on 4ho west
side of Washington avenue, between Sev
enth and Eighth streets, have applied to
the County Court ol Alexander county for
an aisessment of the cost of said Improve
ments, according- to benefits; and an as-
enmeut thereof having been made and
returned to said court the llnl hearing "
thereon will be had at tbe March term or
said court, commencing on the 12th day of
March, A.D., 1477. All persons desiring;
msv then and there appear and, max their
March lut, 1877.
John Y. Tuhhkr,
N. A. Dsvore.
Ot . CoaamUalonan.
PAJVT AHTD OIL.
5. F. Bioko
Paints. Oils. Varnishes,
rVall Paper, Window Glass, Wis
dow Shades. fco.
Alwty on hand, tha oaleurcted llluiDloatlsg
Oornor Elavanta Street aad Waahua
ton A venae
JOHN U. MTJXJCKY. .
4Uorisejr at Law
OFF ICE : At retlileDce on Ninth Street, bstWssa
Wattitngton avenue and Walnat street. .
STRATTON & BLED,
AOKNTS AMERICAN FOWDY , 00 1
67 Ohio Levee. .,
WUOUtA.La AMD BXTAXZ.
; IN THE CTTT.
Goods Sold Very Cloit, ,
Ourntr 1 0th It. and Oosnanerolal Af
; : "vvj,
C. 0. PATTER ft CO.
oe mane vy awry agent
tannin m ai Dunutee
furnUb. bat thw willing to wont cast easily .
tarn a aota (i.iiiar a auy ngni iu tuau own k '
taliUaa. Have ao rooja to explain hare, taei '
pieaaaut ana noaoreDie. women, bora '
and guru do aa well a men. wa will Atralsn,
rou a ouinuleM outnt tree. To anal nasi nay
better thtu anything elaa. We will bear .a- -peaaaof
atarting yon. Particulars free. Write
mil Me. Kariuaara and aaecoaaiaa, their eoaA
and daughter, aud all cl.aee in need of nay lag
wora at bouse, .tiotild wnia to as aad laa ell
aou inaarora at once. Nuw la the time '
ion'1 delay. Addreaa Vaoa a Co. Aaaaaaa. '
FopuUrUlusttattdbMkfsOcaOat : . 7
YTjUSHOODt WOMAXMOOD I alARsTlAOa I ..
Impediments ta xiartiaget tho ' ,
.aad cure. Cent ftevrgt, vsli, poeir 4:
. paid for 50 cent, ky Da. C. Wmittmsis, 4
' 617 St Charles Street, Su Louis, Ma.,
UtgtTt special Read hi worts.