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;aIro business houses.
Xt. A.atMlMaflfii ran havvth realise
sco, la this ooluma under appropriate heading
una rata f ei.so per month or eiaperytar
asyaoi qi tartar I )r la art ran os.
laurel were. Sieve Tla Ww.
A. Htt t tcr-DMln In .love. Tin and Hard.
Ware, Uaidea aad Farmer' Implements, Wire
.KXlt, Hefrbrcrators, ramp ana Latum.
liriCoarawretaT A vena. Uniterm, anl Job
Work dun aa snort notlee.
- LB.r. .
J. S.Mnft AHET Dealer In hard ax) soft Inm
tr, flooring,' eeiling, siding anil surfaced
enmber, lath Mil shingle. Office and yard
fonm Twentieth alreet and Washington avenue
Shot, blind , etc.. Iiard and aoft lumlier and
ehlngle. Yard and office. Commercial STenue,
3nier lTth itreet. ...
D. 1IARTM AJI Healer In Qiweaswar, Toys,
lanip and all k inda of Otacy article. Commer
a! avenue, corner SUi street. . '
WILLIAM WISTEB-Slxth Street bftwctn
yOuiiorciW aven ua and Washington avenue.
Cletbl and Hrrrbaal Tadlarla-
JOHN AKTRIM.Mercbaat Tailor and dealer
la Heady Mad Uething. HObUUtt.
Real t:tate ApadM.
M. .?. HOWLEY-Rral F.iUt A (rent. Iluys
and tell real catalc, collect rent, para laze
for non-resident, etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets.
i i. i ,111, 1
.a ill, 1 J x ;
It U now conceded that Mrf. Coleman,
tLe laundress, Xo. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
aues, has one of tlie best conducted laun
dry establishments In the city, and land
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
And It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Ilotel
and boarding house washing 75 cents per
iozen. For piece work prices are as fol
lows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
shirts and two collars, 25c ; per dozen,
SOc ; socks, 6c ; two collars, 6e ; two
hitndkerchief. Be ; vents, 20c ; and all gen
tleman's wear, SOc per dozen; ladles
plain calico dresses, $1 25 per dozen
calico dresses with cxtr trimmings, &0c ;
white dresses, $1 25 ; ladles underwear,
fine or course, $1 tier dozen. 11-2H-U
netaro rraumlaa;. '
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
l th Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this office. We bespeak tor him the lib
erality ot patronage that baa 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, 1&7C.
t CalHO BlLLLTIX t'O.
Ready far Raaiaeaa Again.
Euitob BitLCTLN : I take pleasure In
calling the attention of the public to the
lact that I have rebuilt and re-established
the Union Bakery on the site of
the building lately lost by tire on Com
mercial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixth street, 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. Frank Kratev.
KK ABf. GOIJfU TO MOVE.
Ami hence offer our entire stock
goods, consinling ol
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Boots and .Shots, Gents' Furnishing
A 1 C O 3 T .
This Is no Jo'lze. These goods must
be cloed out within thirty days.
142 Commercial Avenue. l-2-J-2w
Woxtfl I t'wal t ! Wood 1 1 I
On and alter the 20th Inst., the under
sigued will till orders for
A Stove wood, per cord
4-toot " "
Big mudily eoal. (1 ton)
" (.ear-load).... ..
Harrlfburg eoal, (1 ton)
" (2 tons)
Leave orders at Xo. 34 Eighth street,
'jk and they will receive prompt attention.
Coal and wood delivered to any part of
the city. 3-23-1 m. F.M. Ward.
To all who are sulk-ring from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
roes wenkness, early decay, loss of uian
- hood, etc., I ill send a recipe that will
cure you, m or charire. ims great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-ad-dressed
envelope to the Hev. Joseph T.
lnman, Station D. Bible Houso, Xew
.r York City. 1-30-Cm.
Wilson's Albauy seedling strawberry
Lftwtou blackberry plant!, and Early
Linneaur pie plaut roots.
All In quantities to suit buyers.
- ii evidence opposite Xlneteenth street,
on Commercial avenue. 2-8-lm
We will pay no bills for goods or tner
dmndlse purchased for the Bulletin
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
j any. Cairo Bulletin Co. .
Jpfl Brown has taken charge ol the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Laiupert. Jeft is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give him a
sail and satisfy yourselt. tl
IIaoan's Magnolia Balm preserve
ind restons the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan aud sallowness ; makes the
-kin soft, white and delicate. Itsappll-
jatlon cannot be detected. v
Lyon's Kathairon makes beautlita.
Klow.y, luxuriant hair; prevents It fU
ng out or turning Py. ,tod
the test of 40 years. Is.charmlngly per
lumed and has no rival. ; -
a Kam ITIIman for fine llQUOrt O
all kinds. Nell's WW buUdlPf .
- AJSCAXOH LOIXUI, XO. si.
Knights of Pythias, meets every frl
day Bight at half-past seven. ia Odd'
kellove' lull. Hows,
ALKXAffPKB LODGE, HO. CM.
lndewavtaB Ordar of Odd-Fel
low, inerta every Thnraday night
at hair-naateeven. in tnir nail a
Jotnrnrrcial aveaae. between Sixth and 8 Tenth
treet will K. iIaweiih, H. O.
AIRO KNCAMPKKKT. I. O. O. V., meets
Kjin 01d-rUowi' Ilall on the Brat and third
luradar in every month, at half-peat acres
A. Comiihm, C P
CAJKOIOIXJE, NO. 137, A. F. at A. at.
Hold rrgnUr eomrannlnatlons ia Ma
aonlo Hull, eomer UommaTCial areaue
and KlMhth MLrtt. nm the eeoond and
worth Moadar of each month .
RATES OF AOTERTISf HO. .
tJ-All bUU for adTertising, are dna and pay
able M ADVABCa
Transient a4rertUinff will U lnaert4 at the
rata of II 00 r aqoara for the Ant inaertioa
and 60 Mill for each snbaeqaeat on A liberal
discount will be made on etanrting and dixpl
For Inserting Funeral notice oo Kotloe of
meeting of societies or secret orders fio seats for
Chareh, Society, Festival and Sapper notice
will only be Inserted as sdvertiaeaieats
No advertisement will be received at leas thaa
60 cent, and no advertisement will Ue Inserted
for leas than three dollars per month
I.OCAE. BraMXfcaS BOTICES)
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted In the Bcllktiti as follows : (liess
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square $ 50
Two insertions per square- 73
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square.. - 2 50
One month per square- 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time.
JWEDXESDAYMAKCU 7, 1677.
!te anaaaareiarat will be Inarrted
In 111 Halletla ualna Ihc noarr mr-
riaaaale tae aam. I bla ral jla
imperative. h a t tjt anaeiirf
rata ir eiiy uatn, a : aiavrnan,
rr City tlarfeu
We are authnrlxed to aunounra Jame W.
Stewart a a eandiUte for re-election to the of
nce of City Clerk at the approaching charter
laeal Weatker Keaan.
C'Aiao. U.L. , March Mil.
Tina". Bam. Tk. Wiro. Vtt. V7tb '
7 a m! .3lj o S Fair
11:11' .TMi' 4o S 1 do
I p.m. ao.iwi vv 8V lx do
Site" t.ttt4 I -'Hi bW r d-
Sergeant, Sixnal Servloe. V. 8. A.
A Marx the clothier will remove iu a
tew days to 61 Ohio levee, where he will
close out the entire stock of clothing
ancy goods etc., etc. 2-2-5t
Sum L it man sells a first clas cigar at
a cents. lor wmcu an oincr oeajera ui
10 cents. 2-22-lm
The mostwondertul existing medicine
for the cure of temale complaints. Fitty
years experience, Incontestably prove
these remedies unrivalled for the disor
ders Incidental to the softer sex. Xo
family should be without them. They
may be taken by young and old, as tbey
will restore health when every other
ii eans prove unsuccessful. 25 cents per
box or pot.
Tbe ifrthaat'i Emeliang.
Louis C. Herbert, proprietor of the
Mprthant's Exchaniro llestaurant and
Suloon.date of the Arcadia saloon, oppe-
site the court house, )Commercial avenue,
near corner ot 8th street, keeps on band
at all times the finest liquors, wines, and
Lunch spread at 10 o'clock every
Mut be Bold Out.
Until March 5tb, 1 will sell my stock oi
gloss 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 and produce,
Sale positive. Call and examine goods,
2-23-tl. Xo. 1S8 Washington avenue.
Smokers aro happy again, becuuso
Sain Lllman Is back again, ami nas
I rought a fresh supply ot those excellent
6 cent cigars. a-xa-im
for Bala or Um,
A good farm, containing 120 acres 1
good frame dwelling, orchard and all nec
essary out-buildings. Land all under
fense and in cultivation except 8 acres
The land Is unincumbered and title per
tect. This farm is located three-lourtbs
of a mile from the Mississippi river, back
of Wolt Island Stores, Mississippi county,
Missouri. For lurther information ap-
... .ai 1 mi
ply at tue bulletin onicr, v-anu, ,
uoi. ' Sl-dJfcw lm
Foaitlveljr the Beat.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Uorchound is the very best com
pound ever prepared, advertised or sold
by any persou, or under any name what
ever, for the immediate relief and pcrma
iient.cure of coughs, colds, croup, whoop
lug cough, brouchltls, asthma, and all
diseases oi consumptive type. It will
thoroughly eradicate these alarming
symptoms iu one-half the time required
tn do so by auv other medicine. It is
purely vegetable, and soutalns not a par
tide of opium or other dangerous drug
It never falls. Every bottle guaranteed
to perform exactly as represented. Bar
clay Bros., Agents,
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worn Syrup, whloh is sure death
voruu. Pleasant to take and reqilre
physic. Prut, 15 cento. Try it.
, tfal lUans.
Bunliiess on ih4 leree ls fair, though
by n meana brisk. .
Mr. If. 11. Cande is in PltUbnrg on
important, business. He will return In
George W. Urlii, of Metropolis, Is in
the city on business. I He will return
this evening. ':.
Next Saturday week is St. Patrick's
day. We understand our Irish fellow
citizens will celebrate the day In a befit
"Who will run against Jack Winter
for mayorr Is a question asked a thou
sand times a day now. Who can an
swer It f
Jaat rrreivaa at P. H. Rrhnh'i. a
rrvaa lat of ttaa eelabratea Ia Oalta
Hire aeat Clgara tha beat la the mar
The county commissioners have been
in session since Monday, though the bus
iness transacted has been simply routine,
nd of no special Importance.
Mr. Peter Cuhl is not a candidate for
mayor. He does not want the position,
and It he did, he wonld not accept It at
the prescat salary. There arc plenty of
men who will, however.
Owing to the absence of one of our
best compositors, who was called borne to
Ohio by telegraph yesterday, we are
compelled to go to press with less than
onr usual amount of matter this morn
ing The Iiadlcal turn-out to-night docs not
promise to pan out well. Col. McKeaig,
Collector Fisher, Mr. U. II. Candee, and
other leading lights of the Radical fold,
are away from the city and will not be
back in time to participate in the parade.
Charlie Walhir, son of Rev. Mr. Wal-
lar formerly pastor of the Methodist
church In this city, is in town. Ue lias
just returned from a protracted visit to
relatives and friends in Zanesville, Ohio.
Among the gnests at Herbert's yes
terday were Wm. C. Woods, SanU Fe ;
E. P. Woods, Commerce, Mo.; M. Kel-
ley, M. Stsnton and J. II. Crofton, Cin
cinnati; Alf. E. Gardner, Dresden, Tenn.
The K. M. K. C. nave rented Kleb's
hall on Commercial avenue near Twelfth
street, where the meetings of the Krew
will hereafter be held. The Installatici
of officers took place in the new hi
Mr. Vincent, owner of the large two-
story frame building at the corner of
Eighth and Levee streets, has purchased
two lots at the corner ot Eighth street
and Commercial avenue and is prepar
ing to have the building removed onto
As our reporter came along Water
street last night, shivering with the chill
night air, and drawing his overcoat
tightly about him, be thought, "now Is
the time for colds and coughs." but M
poor mortals only knew what a certain
cure ur. isuirs uougn syrup is, now
few would long sufler, and then it only
costs twenty-five cents. Sandu$ky (Ohio)
Koehler Bros., butchers, corner of
Eighth street and Washington avenue,
are now selling choice smoked hams,
shoulders and breakfast bacon, bologna
sausage and puddiug at retail at whole
sale prices. There 1 no deception in this
assertion. Thev mean Just what they
say, and ask an opportunity to proye it.
Call on them. 3-4-1 w
The lateness ol the hour at which we
write precludes our saying anything
about the opening of the Cairo Public
Library last night, other than that the
exercises were of a most interesting
character throughout. On Sunday
morning next we shall publish the ad
dress of the President, the essay of Mrs.
nudsou and the poems ol Mrs. George.
The Library room is a model ot taste and
beauty, lurther note which will be made
"The Young People's Society" will
give an entertainment at the Presby
terian church on Thursday evening,
March 8th, 1877. The entertainment will !
consist ot a lecture by the Rev. B. Y1
George, vocal aud instrumental music,
reading, recitations, etc. Tbe proceeds
of tbe entertainment will be devoted to
tho reduction of the church debt All are
Invited. AdmUslou, 23 cents. 3-0-2t
I always have been and s till am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
Wood's Fever Pill i. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by roe,' will
bo prosecuted to the full extent of tho
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda'a, F. llealy's, P. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my ofllce.
Sold in 50 ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application, ocnt
postage paid on receipt of price.
1 d&w-tf. Dr. Wm. Woop. ;
Hans Sacli lived in Nuremburg, Ger
many, during the middle ages, and was
the master spirit of the celebrated poet
guild oi the Melstersaengers. One theme
on which tbe cobbler hard was wont to
expatiate, was the supreme, necessity
ot cleanliness of body and purity of life.
Had B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap existed
then, the poet would have embalmed his
name iu the most glowing numbers of
hut verse, and B. T. B. would have made
monogram associated with all tbe
quant glories of the mediaeval city.
We have received two letters from UN
llu.both relaJng the samo story the
Powell-Waters difficulty. We have not
read either ot tie letters ; tbey are too
lonirand lllo too short. Besides
readers have had enough of this affair.
and don't care to hear any more ot It.
And not only this, but neither of the
communications bear the names of tbe
writers, which ot Itself is cause sufficient
Albert Johnson, a young mau, m a
rery touch customer, who, darnlg the
last three months has served about two-
thirds of his time on the chain gang, was
arrested yesterday by Chief Gossman on
a charge of vagrancy and taken before
Judge Bross tor trial. Judge Bross as
sessed a fine of one hundred dollars
against Johnson, ant! sent him to labor
on the streets. Johnson is a very bad
man, and when not on the chain gang
has made his home at Frank Oorden's
den on Walnut between Fourth and Fith
Mr. Oberly, writing from Chicago,
says: "Jcwett Wilcox is making the
Tremont House a great success. Ue has
made It a model hotel, the machinery of
which runs like clock work under his
skillful manipulation. The table is
splendid, the rooms the most comfort
able, the servants polite and prompt ;
and every department of the establish
ment is as nearly perfect in its opera
tions as Jewett's fine hotel abilities can
make it." .
Just received at D.Uartman's queens,
ware store, the largest and finest assort
ment 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,Uoncy and Glycerine.Whlto
Rose, Oat Meal, Moss Rose.Elder Flower,
Turtle Oil, GUletts Laundry Castile, &&,
c. Also a fine assortment of Feather
Dusters and Feather window-Brushes.
Parties will find it to their interest to call
and examine my stock of soaps and
dusters, as I mean to sell the above goods
for less than any other house in Cairo.
Through inadvertency the notice of
the election ot officers of the Women's
Club and Library association,. held at the
library room on last Saturday afternoon,
was omitted from the columns of the
Bcllxti. The following officers were
President Mrs. U. U. Candee ;
Vice-President Mrs. Dr. Smith ;
Secretary Mrs. B. Y. George ;
Treasurer Mrs. M. K. Ford ;
Trustees Mrs. Dr. Wardner, Mrd. A.
B. SaHord, Mrs. Dr. Smith, Mrs. jCorso-
meyer, Mrs. v. Winter and Mrs. John
rromlnent among the arrivals at the
St Charles were Wm. Jackson, Pope
Co., lenn.; J. Tborner, Cincinnati; C.
I. Bush, Forman ; P. W. Plank, Cham
paign; J. X. Morris, St. Louis; G. M.
Spencer, McComb City ; J. D. Morgan,
Bollf ar, Tenn.; J. G. Freeman, N. Y.;
E. Preldman, St. Louis ; R. B. Smith,
Louisiana, Mo.; A. D. Ford, Missouri ;
E. J. Dongherty, St. Louis ; S. R. Rigs
and wife, Bloomington; R. M. Loemis,
X. Y.; Samuel Goldman, Chicago; F.
H. Wallace, J. M. Ellis, A. U. South-
worth, Chicago ; E. B.Fleming, N. Y
F. P. Carson, Evansville ; B. Caldwell,
Guests at the Planters1 House yester
day were T. J. Show, New Liberty ; F.
F. Lawler, Homer ; E. T. DureU, Da
quoin; Irvia Hogue, Vincennes; F.
Uequcnbnrg, Jas. Murphy and Joe Bod'
man, Charleston ; Geo. M. Reiser. St.
Louis ; Geo. W. Strode, C. B. S. Punne-
baker, Kentucky; L. Hulen, Belknap ; L.
J. Roaae, Paducah ; John Harnes, Mis
souri; Jas. B. Wood, Missouri; W. P.
Watkins and R. J. Watkins, Moberly, !
Mo.; Chas. D. Mathews, Sikeston, Mo.;
Mrs. Wilson, Memphis ; David Porter,
Grand Tower ; J. B. Hess, Forman ; O.
E. Culbertson, Tolono; D. F. King, Ar
lington ; D. Schofeld, Evansville ; J. F.
McCartney and daughter. Metropolis ;
W. J, Murphy and wife, Murphysboro;
A. J. Willett and wile, Davis county, Ky.
On Monday, March 5, 1677, at 10:40 a.
m., of consumption, Mrs. Kmma Green,
wife ot Capl. a K. Green ot this city, ia
the 37th year oi her age. Funeral ser
vice, conducted by Rev. J. D. Gillham,
will be held at residence, corner Eighth
street aud Washington avenue, to-day
euuesaayj at a o ciocu p.m. The re
mains will be taken to Smlthland for in
terment per steamer James Flsk,
which leaves port at 5 o'clock
Mlaalaaippl CentrM R. R.
C 1 vti-. or Time Sihdat, MabchIUi, 187T.
Trains leave Cairo
New Orleans Fast Express 1:10 a.m.
4 Mail 7:3u a.m.
Arrive at Cairo.
Express at 1:30 p. m.
Mad at 10:0 1). tu.
All trains srrive and depart daily.
B. F.Blue. j. 11 .ONF8,
Agent. Ticket Agent
Tne Traaa winds
Are produced by tho diurnal revo-
Inttnn f thn furtll. fiTtpllrlllin. frstm OA I
dejr. north to 20 de. south of tbe
equator; land sailors hall with joy
their advent into them, after belnc tem
pest-tossed and worn, as prouuctlya of a
season or rest, tor weeks they some
time do not touch a soil, bounding home.
V4rd through fields of sea weed alive
with mluute shell-flsh, and observe the
play of the grampus, porpoise, boulta,
and tho terrified flight of ;ttie flying fish
from tbe latter. How much mora de
lightful then must it be to gaide the
bnrk of poor humanity into tho trade
winds of health out of the head seas ot
disease and suffering, aud make life's tu
ture a pleasant voyage ! Yes, such can
be eflected by using the Home Stomach
HeBavatlon. not PraBtratioei.
Did any enfeebled human being ever
beooiue strong uuder the operation of
powerful cathartics or salivunu? It is
sometimes necessary to regoiate the
bowels, but that cannot be done by aotlve
purgation, whldt exhausts tbe vital
forces snd serves 00 good purpose what
ever. - Tbe only tree way to promote
health end vigor. wtUen . are essesUsi
.m- -i- ..-.' t.
Invigorate, discipline and purify the syi.
tern at the tame time. The extraordinary
cacy or Hosteller's Stomach Bitters
In easel of debility or Irregularity of the
organs of digestion, assimilation, secre
tion and discharge, ia universally admit
ted. Appetite, good digestion, a regular
habit of body, active circulation of the
blood, and purity of all the animal fluids
are Induced by this suberb tonlo and cor
rective. It has no equals, moreover, as a
preventive of chills and fever, and other
types of malarial disease. To emigrants
and travelers it is particularly service
able as a medicinal safeguard.
Xotlco Is hereby given that the tax
books for the year 1870 have been placed
in my hands, and that I will be in the
following named places at the time below
set forth for the collection ot taxes tor
said year :
March 12 At the store house or Jas
per Cullev, in Clear Creek precinct.
March 13 At the store house of R. A
Edmundson in Wahoo, Clear Creek
March 14 At the store house of B. F,
Brown A, Bro., town of Thebes, Thebes
March 15 At the store house ot Alex.
Ireland, In town ot Santa Fe, Santa Fe
March 16 At tlie store house of F. D.
Atherton A Co., in Goose Island precinct
March 17 At the residence of Xick
II u nsaker, in. Dog Tooth precinct
March 19 At the store of John Hodges
in town of Hodgesl'ark, Unity precinct
March 20 At the store honse ot G. W
Short, in town of Sandusky, Unity pre
March 21 At the store house of B. F,
Duncan, in town of Toledo, Hazlewood
precinct. ' ;
March 23 At Xo. 65 Ohio Levee, in
South Cairo precinct, and at my office a
tho Court noase,ln North Cairo precinct
until the 10th of day April. .
. Pktkk Sacp, Collector.
Cairo, III., February 21, 1877.
Wa Dviimn, Itrvan Raror, 1
- March, 1S77. f
STATlOJT. LOW WATSH.
FT. 1. rT. I 1!T.
Cairo It o" I
r.!tUIbuTK-,-- 6 10 XI S
CinclnnaU 10 11 .j
Louisville.......... 6 11 X a
Naahville X 3
St. Loml ......... 10 i 4
Memphia .. .....,. 9 - 3
Vickaburif .. is t g
New Orleans 10 ft 2
'Below high water of 1874.
JAMES WA1 SON,
Sergeant, Sijrnal Service. O . B. A.
Eteatner James Flsk, Paducah.
" Andy Baum, Memphis.
" Capitol City, Vleksburg.
City of Chester, St. Louis.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Andy Baum, Cincinnati.
" Capitol City, 8U Lols.
" City ol Chester, Memphis.
Weather cold and clear The Dean
was loading all day and was to leave last
evening. She cleared np everything and
had a few engagements in the
bends The Caoitol City has a
good up trip The Fisk
had a fair list of passengers and left at
5. The Chester arrived on time and
added SO tons snd a number of passen
gers The Baum secured a number
of the Dean's passengers for Cincinnati.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
AOKNT8 AXCEBXOAN POWSZ OO
57 Ohio Iiwee.
Estate of Cbarle Bocker deceased.
Tbe unilerairned, having' been appointed art-
miaistratur of the estate of Charle llocker, late
of tlie county of Alexander anil state of 1111
aoU. deceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appear before the county court of Alexander
cuuaty , at the court bouse in Cairo at tbe April
term, on tne tnira Aionuay in jturu nex'. at
which time all Dersons bavins claim airainat
said estuta are nolillwl and requested to attend
tor tne puroose 01 navinc tne same aaiusiea
All persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment to ua unuersifrnoii.
t'Htea uus ifi uay 01 rcuruary. a. i. 1.
a. D WILLIAMSON,
And Iea!r In
Ke. 18 OHIO LEVES.
SPEC JkL attantioi rivn toconsbjamenU aa l
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TS CO. .,
.The Republicans of ; Alexander and
adjoining counties are Invited to meet at
the .Court house, in Cairo, on .
Wadntiday Night, March 7th,
to celebrate the inauguration of Hayes
and Wheeler as President and Vice-President
of the United States.
Col. Bagby, of Paducah, and Sons.
John Dougherty, Isaac Clements and
Jackson Frlck, have been invite to speak.
Members of all Republican Clubs lare
invited to be present with their . lamps
filled. By order of the Central Commit
tee. 3-C-2t C. N. HcoHr.8, Chairman.
E 1. Kamkei's Bitter Wine f Iroa
has never been xnown to fail m the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, loea of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of diaeue, weak, mervoustrembliog, dread
ful horror of death, night iweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude of the muacular yitem,
enormous appetita with dyapeptio symp
toms, hot hands, flashing 01 the boiy. dry.
ncis of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on tbe face, purifying the blood.
tain In tnn hack, tin ulna..,. i ....iu.
freouent black spota flying before the eyea
with temporary tufflsion and tors or sight,
want ot attention, ete. These symptom
uuui a weaitneas, ana to remeuv
that, um E. K. Kunkei'a Bitter Wine 01
iron, it never rail. Thousands are now
enioying hoaltb who have ued ft. Take
only K.F. Kunkel'i.
it e ware or counterfeit and bane imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
so well kbown all over the country, drug
gint themielves make an imitation and try
to ell it off to their customers, when they
call tor Kunkel'a Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel'i Bitter Wine of Iron i put up
only in tl bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
niceiy pui on me outsiae wim the pro-
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each bottio. Alwava
on the wrspiMjr of
look for the photo
graph on the outside, and you will always
De aura 10 gat ue genuine.
One dollar tier
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bold by druggists aad
ALli WOBMS REMOVED A LITE.
. F. Kunkel's Worm "vrun never fail
to destroy Pin Seat and Htoraacb Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the only auccswtul phynician
who remove Tape Worm in two hours
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Common sense teaches that if Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can ba readilv
destroyed. Send lor circular to Dr. Kiin.
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lor a bottla of Kunkel's Worm Syrup.
I'riee tl.00. It never tail.
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When ScftlBKBUl laauad Ita famona atlil.
summer Holiday Number in July, alrlandiy
eritio aaid ot It i - We are not rim feat skat
niaiaaan oa touched blcb-water mark.
w e ao not see what world ar left to It to
conquer." But the pubuaher do not eon
aider that they hare reached the ultima
tbuleof excellence they believe "there are
other worlds to conquer, and they propose
a no prospectus for the new volume rlvas
the titles of more than flfty papers (mostly
,""u' " "nieraoi tno tttcnast mens.
Lnder the head of , . , , ,
"Forala-m TraTai." ,
we have "A Winter on the Kile," by Gen.
McClellan ; baunterlogs About Constanti
nople," dv Charles Dudley Warner t "Out
of My Window at Moscow," by Eugene
Schuyler. "An American in Turklatan,"
ete. Three serial stories are announced:
By Dr. Holland, the Editor,
whose story of "Sevenoaks " cave tbe hiffA
en satisfaction to the readers of the
The scene et this latest novel is laid oa
the bank of the iiudion. The hero is a
young man who has bee always "tied to a
woman' apron string," but who, by the
death of hi mother, is left alone in tbe
world to drlit on tb current of lite with
a lortune, but without a purpose.
Another serial, "Ills laberiuuice." by
Mm Tralton, will begin 00 the completion
ui ' That J.... rfwrie's," by Mr. Hodg
son Burnett. Mr. KurneU' story, begun
in August, has a pathos and dramatic power
which have been a surprise to the public.
There is to ba a series of original and ex
quisitely illustrated papers of "Populai Sci
ence," by Mr, iienick, each paper com
plete in iuelf.
1 nere are tone, trora various pen, papers
"Homo Life and TtavoI"
Alia, practical suggestion a to town and
country life, vlllaire improvements, etc., by
Mr. liaruard's articles on various induv
d iet ot Orcat Uritaiu Include the htrtory of
"Some Experiment In Co-operation," "A
Scotish Loaf Factory' in the November
number, and "Toad Lane, Koclidale," in
li!oerabr. Other papers are, "The british
Workiupraan' Home," "A Nation of Shop
keepers," "Ha'penny aWeek for the Child."
A richly illustrated Series will be given on
"American Sports by Flood and Field," by
variouN writers, and each on a different
tueme. The subject ot
"Household and Horn Decoration"
will have a prominent mace, whilst the
productions oi American humorists will ap
pear from month to month. Tbe list of
shorter gtorie. biographical and other
sketches, etc, ia a Ions; on.
tue editorial department win continue to
employ the ablest peua both at home and
aoroaa. 1 here win be a series 01 letters on
literary matters, from London, by Mr. Wei
lord. The pi;ea of trie magaslne will be open,
a heretofore, 10 far as limited space will
permit, to the discussion or all themes af
fecting the socUl and religious hie ot the
world, and specially to the tresheat thought
ot the Christian tbinkets and scholars of
We mean to make the meirazUia sweater
and purer, higher and nobler, more genial
and generous in all it utterance and 0b
enois, and a more welcome visitor than
ever before In homes of refinement and cul
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