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;airo business houses
Sat. Any business fl rto nan have tor line
pace, in tin column onuer appropriaie ueauina;
alliterate of tl.a month or lli per year
payable quarterly in enTannc.
Hardware, RUfM and Tin War.
A. ItALLEYtele In Stoves, Tin and Hia-d-writ,
Uaiden and farmer' Implements, Wire
loons, llctrlgertors, romp ana ladder.
Commercial Avenue. Uuiteting. and .lob
Work dona on short notice.
.I.S.McOAHKT-lHsalerlnhard and soft lara
1r, flooring, ceiling, elding and surfaced
kuuher, lath and shingles. Ofllce and yard
corner T wentletb street and Washington avenue
. LANCASTER A HICK "Dealer In aat.li.
floors, blind) etc.. hard and soft lumber and
(Ulna-lea. Yard and olUce, Commercial aveaue,
Xiruer 17th street.
t. HAUTMAN Dealer tn Qtieensware, Toy,
I .slips and all kind of fancy articles. Coinnier
ral avenue, corner Alb street.
WILLIAM WIXTKK Sixth itreet between
Commercial avcau and Washington avenue.
Clothing; and Merchant Tailoring-.
JOHN ANTRIM Merchant Tailor and dealer
In Heady Mad Clothing. IS Ohio Leva.
Real fcatata A treacle.
M. J. HOWXET-Real Katate Agent. liuys
and tell real estate, collects rents, pay taxes
Tor non-residents. etc. Commercial aenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets .
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. U Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial aye-
aucs, ha one of the best conducted laun
jry establishments in the city, and land
.ordi of hotels and boarding bouses will
9nd it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices arc as follows : Hotel
and boarding house washing 75 cents per
3ozen. For piece work prices are as fol
lows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
shirts and two collars, 25c ; per dozen,
90c : socks. 6c : two collars, 6c ; two
handkerchief, 5c ; vetsU, 20c ; and all gen
Oman's wear, 80c per dozen; ladies
plain calico dresses, $1 25 per dozen
calico dresses with extra trimmings, 60c;
white dresses, $1 25; ladles underwear,
fine or course, $1 per dozen. 11-28-lf
We hare this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this office. We bespeak lor him the lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon us Ills assortment ot
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and he guarentecs satisfac
tion in all cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1S76.
tt CAreo BrtLETi.v Co.
Bead for Dnslaeaa Again.
Editor Bulletd : I take pleasure in
calling the attention of the public to the
lact that I hare rebutlt and re-established
the Union Bakery on the site of
the building lately lost by lire on Com
mercial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixth streets, 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 Kravby.
Wt A Bf. UOIKU TO MOVE.
Ami henco offer our entire stock
goods, consisting ot
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishing
This Is no dmlge. These goods must
be closed out within thirty days.
142 Commercial Avenue. l-22-'2v
Wood I 1'aal ! I Wood ! ! !
On and atter the 20th Inst, the under
signed will (111 orders lor
Stove wood, per cord $150
Block " 4.00
4-toot " " " 3.25
Big muddy coal, (1 ton) .1.50
" tcar-load) 3.25
llairisburg coal, (1 ton) 3.25
" " (2 tons) 3.00
Ia ave orders at No. 34 Eighth street,
ud they will receive prompt attention.
Coal and wood delivered to any part of
the city. 2-22-lm. F. M. Wari.
To all who are sufiering from the
trrors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, eU3., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Uev. Joeph T.
Inuian, Station D. lilblo House, New
York City. 1-30-Cin.
Wilson's Albany seedling strawberry
plants. , .
Lawton blackberry plants, and Early
Linneaur pie plant roots.
All in quantities to suit buyers.
JUsklonce opposite Nineteenth street,
on Commercial avenue. 2-8-lrn
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
Jiandise purchased for the Bulletin
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase Is made on g written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo BvllktikCo.
Jefl Brown has taken charge ot the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
I.anipcrt. Jet! Is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give him a
cull and satisfy yourselt. tt
Hauan's Magnolia Balm
md restores tho complexion
freckles, tan and sallowiiess ; makes the
-.kin soft, white and delicate. IU appli
cation eanuot be detected.
Lyon's Katkairon makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents IU faU
ng out or turning giay. U has stood,
i ho test of 40 years. Is.charmlngly per
fnmed and baa no rival.
Go to Sam LTltuan tor fine liquors ot
all kinds. Nefl's new building, Eighth
ASCALOH 3d7 KO.'il".
. Knight of Pythias, meets every 7M
dsy Bight at half-part seven, in Odd
s snows' liail. Hovt,
Chan sailor Comniaar.
ALKXANPBB IO DOE, HO. TH.
Independent Order of Odd-fel
lows, meets every Thursday night
at halC-naat aevea. In their nail ns
Commercial avenue, between Sixth and Seventh
Treeu W ILL a. lUwaixs, If. U.
i j .
' ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F., meets
O'm uaa-rellows' Hall on the lint and third
i uetay in erery month, at n air-past seven
A. Comimoa, C P
CAIliU LODGE. N0.2J7.A.F. A A. M.
Hold regular communications la Ma
son ie Hall, comer Commercial avenue
and Klatith atreft. oi tha aannnd anrl
rourtn Monday areacn month.
RATE 4r ADEBTIia HO.
tVAll bills for adrarUsuMI, ar due and pay
able IK AStVAXCa
Transient advertising will b Inserted attht
rata of f 1 00 pes aqnara for the lint Insertion
and SO cents for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will b made oa tan ding and displ
For Inserting Funeral notic l 00 Kotlceof
meeting of societies or secret order 80 ceats for
Cbareh, Society, Festival aad Supper notices
Will only be Inserted as advertisements
Ko dvrtlseroent will be received at lees than
SO cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for lea than three dollar per month .
local nrijii. noTiCF.a
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted in the Bltlletin as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square - $ 60
Two Insertions per square- 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square. 1 75
Two weeks per square - 2 60
One month per square- 3 60
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
TUURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1677.
" v . w a w
S anananeement will bo Inserted
la the Hnllelin aalean. tbo money ae
ronpanle toe oanso. 1 bin rale ;ia
inprrsuve. stair.! snnosnre.
mrula lor titj Olncea, 3 ; Alderaaan,
For C ity Clerk.
We are authrizl to announce Jsnic V
Stewart as a candidate fur re-elecUon to Uie of
fice of City Clerk at the approaching charter
Loral Weafber leaen.
Cauo. III., March T
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7am .V.(iwj 41 SE 9 Fair
Hill' ft'.f'd no H 14 Cloudy
I p.m. M W It S 11 So
rt.iflil M 10 Bt rali
Sergeant. Sixnal eervlce. V. H. A.
A Marx the clothier wiu remove in a
few days to CI Ohio levee, where he will
close out the entire stock of clothing
ancy goods etc., etc. 2-2-5t
Sunt L'llman sells a first class cigar at
5 cents, for which all other dealers ask
10 cents. 2-22-lm
Hollo way 'a Ptlla.
The most wonderlul existing medicine
for the cure of female complaints. Fifty
years experience, lncontestabiy prove
these remedies unrivalled for the disor
ders Incidental to the softer sex. Ko
family should be without them. They
may be taken by young and old, as they
will restore health when every other
Leans prove unsuccessful. 25 cents per
box or pot.
The Herebaat'a Exrbnnge.
Louis C. Herbert, proprietor of the
Merchant's Exchange Kestaurant and
Saloon. (late of the Arcadia saloon, oppo
site the court liouse,)Commerclal avenue,
near corner ot 8th street, keeps on hand
at all times the finest liquors, wines, and
beers. Lunch spread at 10 o'clock every
Must be Mold Out.
Until March 5th, 1 will sell my stock ol
glass and queens ware
at actual cost.
If the stock is not all sold at the date
above stated the remainder will bo sold
at auction. My object in closing out
this class of goods U to make room lor a
large stock of groceries and produce.
Sale positive. Call and examine goods.
2-23-tt. No. 133 Washington avenue.
Smokers are happy again, becauso
Sam Ullman is back again, and has
brought a tresu supply ot those excellent
5 cent cigars. 2-22-lm
For Male or Lease.
A good iarm, containing 120 acres
good frame dwelling, orchard and all nec
essary out-buildings. Land all under
feuse and in cultivation except 8 acres
The land Is unincumbered and title per
tect. This farm is located three-fourths
of a mile from the Mississippi river, back
of Wolt Island Stores, Mississippi county,
Missouri. For further information ap
ply at tho Bulletin ofllce, Cairo, Uli ;
uols. 21-d&w lm
Positively tho Beat.
Dr. Morris Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and llorehound 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 perma
nentjeure of coughs, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough, bronchitis, asthma, and all
diseases ol consumptive type. It will
thoroughly eradicate these alarming
symptoms In one-half the time required
to do so by any other medicine. It is
purely vegetable, and sontalns 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 Fleas
ant worm Syrup, which Is sure death to
worms, rieasant to take and requires no
physic, rrlce, 35 cents. Try it.
f4 lwal Iteras.
f' ' sVaWatMBBt
The family of Dr. ltarean has arrived
In the city and taken up their residence
at the corner of Fourteenth street and
This Is to give notice that all eitlzens
troubled with cough or cold shoald at
nee procure a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. Trice, 25 cents.
Jaas reeolvtd at P. If.: Sebab'a.
rreah lot of tbo celebrated l.a Volt a
live cent Cla-nra tho. boat In tbo mar
At a meeting of the Library Associa
tion held a dsy or two ago, Mrs. C. C
Uos was elected librarian, and Mrs.
Wra. Winter assistant. The selections
are excellent ones.
Among tho guests at Herbert's yester
day were Jas. Hamilton, New Orleans ;
C. A. Van Dyke, Ncderland, Colorado ;
J.'A. Linglan, Pittsburg ; D. L. Bluger,
St. Louis ; J. M. French, Chicago ; O.
W. Tindie, Washington, Iowa.
The regular weekly sales of tobacco
will take place at the Farmers' and Plan
ters' warehouse on Friday next. .The
offerings will be large, all things
considered, and it is hoped the atten
dance of buyers will be large.
Gentlemen and boys desirous of neat,
tasty and fashionable foot wear, should
call and examine Black's new spring
stock of hand and machine made Boots,
Congress and Alexes Gaiters. New
styles! New prices! Great bargains!
140 Commercial avenue. 3-8-1 w
Mr. J. S. Morris, of Ullin, accom
panied by his son Enos and J. L
Smedley, of Chester, Pa., were in the
city last evening. Mr. Smedley being on
his way home, Enos Morris accompanied
him as far as Downeytown, Chester
county, where he goes to visit his grand
Kochler Bros., butchers, corner of
Eighth street and Washington avenue,
are now selling choice smoked hams,
shoulders and breakfast bacon, bologne
sausage and pudding at retail at whole
sale prices. There is no deception in this
assertion. They mean just what tbev
say, and ask an opportunity to prove it.
Call on them. 3-4-1 w
A. Black of tho city shoe store Is
steadily receiving in large quantities his
spring stock ot shoes, and promises bet
ter Inducements to tho merchants of the
vicinity for the purchase of their spring
goods than heretofore.
All he asks is that home patronage be
140 Commercial avenue. 3 8-lw.
We understand Mr. Geo. W, Corlis ot
Metropolis, contemplates removing bis j
family to Cairo. Mr, Corlis was in the
city yesterday looking for a suitable res
idence, and partly completed arrange
menta lor tbo McKinzie property on
Fifth street between Washington ave
nue and Walnut street. We hope this
report is well founded, lor Cairo needs
all of such citizens as Mr. CorlU he can
What jihould we do with the man who
loves fame, loves himself, and is not a
lover ot right-doing? wlththe man who
lacks intelligence, and yet U active and
interpruing? with the man who lacks
neither intelligence nor enterprise, but
is a stranger to sincerity? In cases like
these the philosophers would, doubtless,
differ in their recommendations. The
public, however, would say: "Let
them uscB. T. Babbitt's Best Soap."
Albert Johnson, who was fined one
hundred dollars by J udge Bross on Tues
day on a charge of vagrancy, was given
a stay ot execution on condition that he
would leave town within three hours.
He agreed to go and was discharged. He
did not stick to ids promise, however,
lor late Tuesday evening he was found
on Poplar street in a drunken stupor, and
was returned to the city jail, and will
probably be compelled to labor on the
streets until the fine is worked out.
1 always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Win.
Wood's Fever Pill j. Auy one selling a
Wood's Fever Till not made by rac, will
bo prosecuted to the lull extent of the
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. llcaly's, P. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office,
Sold in 50 ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
d&w-tf. Dr. Wm. Wood.
A word to the public1 ! A. Black, by
reason at his judicious purchases attained
by cash, wishes to share with the public
his bargains, and will, as the following
few Items show, sell his goods through
out at such low prices as not only to defy
competition but to suppress It entirely.
Ladles' goat, laced shoes, $1 25.
" one serge " 1 00
kid slippers, - 75
Misses goat laced shoes, 1 00
" kid ' " slippers, 65
Children' kid and goat shoes 4050
And the entire stock lu proportion.
Just received at D. Uartmau'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,Boqnet,Honey and Glycerlne.Whlte
Rose, Oat Meal, MossRose.Elder Flower,
Turtle Oll.Gilletts Laundry Castile, tc,
&e.. Also a fine assortment of Feather
Dusters and Feather wlndow-Brushci.
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 lu Cairo.
We are sure the Democrats of Cairo do
not approve thecouduct of the boys who
burned the hogsheads, barrels, boxes,
etc., gathered together by the Republl
ant tor their bonfire at their Jubilee last
night, It was, in (act, a t try mean
trick, and nearly every Democrat In the)
city denounces It as such. Yet It was
rather a goodjokoon tha Republicans,
and wlU lean tnem to do a little more
careful next time, and to put their "stuff"
on the ground Just about the time they
are ready to set it on fire.
A Springfield special to the Chicago
Titntt of Tuesday says i "The two cases
of the United States Ft. D. Arter, were
continued The defendant In the cases
was surveyor of the port aCalro during
the war, and Issued trade pfrmits under
the laws restricting and regulating trade
with tho rebellious states. He claims
that he was entitled to certain fees for
this duty, and has retained them. The
United States sues to recover these,
amounting to between $5,000 and $0,000.
The case turns on the construction of the
law, and the funds are held by Arter to
await the decision ot the court.''
Prominent among the guests at the
Planters' House yesterday were Samuel
Lltcbnls, Murpbysboro ; S. Roberts, Ar
lington; John Dugan, Missouri; Joe
Courtway, Charleston; O. W. Legg
family, Arabia, Ohio ; G. F. Legg,
W. II. Legg, and W, H. Hamcll, Arabia,
Ohio; T. B. Ferguson, JEyansville; s.
M. Brown and wife. Centralis: J. A.
Price, Louisville ; P. A. King, Brooklyn;
J. N. Badglcy, Dexter; Wm. Bracken,
Louisville ; Horace Gillctt, Little Rock :
I W. B. Crice, Kentucky ; J. Lehman, La
Crosse, Wisconsin ; S. S. Edycle, Chi
cago; F. W. Crossland, Latrobe, Pa.;
W. C. Steele, Latrobe, Pa.
Among the guests at tho St. Charles
hotel yesterdry were Mrs. Mary Ilutchen
and daughter, Commerce, Mo.; G. W.
Corlis, Metropolis ; R. J. Wardheuirh.
Springfield ; li. O. McFarland, Urbana ;
Jas. A. Hamilton, Gcrmantown, Ohio,
V. B. Stephens, JOhio; T. Ferguson.
Baltimore; J. F. Bullard. St. Louis ; J.
B. corry, Vincennes ; Geo. n. Green,
ew loricjciias. Lewis, St. Louis;
1 hoo. aldneather and S. Clbert, Cin
cinnati; O. H. Dean, steamer K. W. Du
gan ; B. R. Walker, New Orleans ; T. S.
Hayes, St. Louis ; M. Lasker, New York;
M. Koblnson, Baltimore ; W. 11. Carle.
Waupelle ; John Chatham, E. . Farrell
and family, Champaign.
For some time past the people In the
upper part of the city have been urging
the necessity for an Increase of the police
force In order that better prote2tion
might be afforded that portion of the city
above Eighteenth street. On Tuesday
evening. Alderman Patler brought the
matter up in the city council, and after
considerable discussion the mayor was
authorized and instructed to Increase the
police force, to four men besides the
chief, the new officer, with one of the
present force, to be assigned to duty in
that part of the city above mentioned.
We understand the mayor, to comply
with the above order of the council, will
appoint Mr. Charlie Arter as the fourth
man on the force.- Mr. Arter, though
never boioro on the police force, has had
considerable experience as an officer,
and his appointment will no doubt give
The following unique and characteris
tic proclamation was issued by Mayor
Winter yesterday. The necessity for is
suing this proclamation Is not apparent
to anyjoue except bis honor. But Mayor
Winter has a mania for Issuing procla
mations, and should bo excused :
It having come to the knowledge of
the executive that threats have been
made that the Republican procession to
night would be Insulted and molested
and while it may be nothing more than
the. idle talk of boys, yet it might lead to
serious trouble: Therefore, 1, Henry
Winter, mayor of the city of City, by
virtue of the authority iu me vested,
under the city charter and ordinances of
said city, wherein I am commanded to
preserve the peace and quiet thereof, I
do issue this my lawful proclamation to
accomplish that cud, to-wit: All per
sons are forbidden to in any way molest
or insult any person or persons in
said proeesslon, during the time of
march or at the meeting. Further
more, all persons participating in aald
celebration and procession, are requested
and strictly enjoined to parade the streets
In a quiet and orderly manner, and to
frown down any disturbance that may be
tteraptcd, and to assist the city marshal
police force and special policemen In pre
Any and all persons caught lu the act
of disobeying this proclamation will be
promptly arrested, for the peace aud
good order of the city must, aud shall be
maintained at all hazard, regardless of
the source from whence dlstubers appear.
Given under my hand this. 7th day of
March, 1877. Henrt Winte. Mayor.
In accordance with notice previously
given the Cairo Public Library was
opened under the auspices of the
Women's club and Library association
on Tuesday evening. The attendaace
was very large, and was composed en
tirely of the more Intelligent and fash
ionable portion of tho community. The
library room, In which the exercises
took place, la handsomely fitted np. The
wans are covered with tinted paper,
and the wood-work, shelving, etc.,
handsomely walnut grained, the work
having been done under the supervisiou
of Mr. B. F. Blake. The floor is covered
ith cocoa malting, aud the platform
with Brussels curpct. Two handsome
chairs In the room were the gift of Mr.
F. ;D. .Rextord, and a handsome clock
the gift of Messrs. Tuber Brothers. Mrs.
A. B. Safiord presented the association
with a handsome clock bracket, and Mr.
E. V. Ford also present.!
them with two beautiful comer
brackets. The handsome chandelier was
the gilt ot Mr, B. F. Blake. Taken all
tog3ther the room Is beautifully and
tastely furnished, and reflects credit on
the ladies under whose supervision th
work was completed. Tha opening ex
ercises were of a highly Interesting na
ture. The readings, recitations audujuslo
gave great pleasure to those present. The
original parts ot the entertainment con
sisted of Mrs. H, Jl. Candeo'a, the presi
dent's address ; an essay byjHrs,-j, B.
Hudson, aud several poems by Mrs. B.
Y. George. These all elioltod Jhe Idghest
praise of the audience ; aidaa vta have
baton said we will laytbflbi all before
our readers In Stmdsyrrnlng,s Bui
Tha Cprloffled eonttpondsat of the
St. Lonls Xepullican, writing under data
""on . njt : "A bill has been pre-
SHn aJ . In o a .
" wm do introduced in the house
of representatives next week lor the pur
pot ot abolishing the county organlza
tioo of Pulaski county and to attach tbo
territory to that of Alexander county.
The reason lor this measure, as assigned
by th friends of tho bill, la that PulasH
county U unable to maintain a count r,
fanization because of lu lack of income
to pay for the local government and Its I
small population and Its neculiar
graphical position. Its geographical and
social affinity Is Alexander county, and
by uniting with that county the citizens
of both divisions will bo mutually hono.
fltted by less taxes and a better local
government. This consolidation, it ac
complished, will be, It is claimed by the
most experienced legislators, the firtt
instance In the United States of a county
losing us local government and terrltor
lai power. The bill Intended to effect
this proposes that the question of aboil
tlon and consolidation shall be submitted
w a vote of the citizens ot Pulaski
county ; and the question ol consolida
tion will also be voted on In Alex
anuer county. The census of
18,0 gives Pulaski count .
population of 9,127 and Alexander
county 10,519. The assessed value of all
" Property in these counties in
1873, which is the latest assessment offi
cially reported by the state auditor, was
In Pulaski, $922,403, and in Alexander
county, $3,435,482. The territorial area
ot Pulaski county is 108,330 acres, and of
Alexander county 108,040 acres. About
twenty per cent, of the area Is classed as
improved lands In both counties. Cairo
and Mound City are the principal places
in these two counties, and have long ex
cited local rivalry in business."
Mississippi Central B. B.
C not or TiHB SCSOAT, M ABCH 4 til, 187T.
Trains leave Cairo
New Orleans Fast Kipresn 1:15 a.m.
" " Mail 7:30 a.m.
Arrive at Cairo.
Express at 1:30 p. m.
Mail tl0:0D-B .
All tratns arrive an d depart daily.
B. F. Blub. J. II . ones,
Agent. Ticket Agent
Tho Trade Wlada
a a .
Are prouueea oy uio marnal revo
lution of the earth, extending from 20
dcg. north to 20 deg. south of tho
equator; aad sailors hall with Joy
their advent Into them, after being tem
pest-tossed and worn, as productiya of a
season of rest. For weeks they some
time do not touch a sail, bounding home
ward through fields of sea weed alive
with minute shell-fish, and observe the
play of the grampus, porpoise, bonita.
and tho terrified flight of ;the flying fish
from the latter. How much moro de
lightful then must it be to guide the
baric of poor humanity into tho trade
winds of health out of the head seas of
disease and sufiering, and make life's tu-
tare a pleasant voyage ! Yes, such ean
be eflected by using the Home Stomach
Bitters. 3-2-1 in
Renovation, not Prostration.
Did any enfeebled human being ever
become strong under the operation of
powerful cathartics or salivants? It Is
sometimes necessary to regulate the
bowels, but that cannot be done by active
purgation, which exhausts the vital
forces and serves no good purpose what
ever. The only true way to promote
health and vigor, which are essential to
regularity of the organic functions, is to
invigorate, discipline and purify the sys
tem at the same time. The extraordinary
efficacy of Uostetter's Stomach Bitters
in cases of debility or irregularity of the
organs of digestion, assimilation, secre
tion and discbarge. Is 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 tonic 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.
y Xollre toTax-Payrro.
Notice Is hereby given that the tax
books for the year 1S70 have been placed
in my hands, and that I will be in the
following named places at the time below
set forth for tbo collection ot taxes tor
said year :
March 12 At the store house of Jas
per Cullev, In Clear Creek precinct.
March 13 At the store bouse of R. Aa
Edmundson in Wahoo, Clear Creek
March 14 At the storo house or B. F,
Brown & Bro., town of Thebes, Thebes
March 15 At the store bouse ot Alex.
Ireland, in town ot Santa Fe, Santa Fe
March 10 At the store home of V. D.
Athei ton & Co., in Goose Island precinct.
March 17 At the tesldeuce of Nick
Hunsaker, In.Dog Tooth precinct.
March 111 At the store of John Hodges
iu town of Hodgesl'ark, Unity precinct.
March 20 At the store house ot G. W
Short, in town cf Saudunky, Unity pre
March 21 At the store house of B. F.
Duncan, in town of Toledo, Hazlewood
March 22 At No. 65 Ohio Levee, lu
South Cairo precinct, and at my office a
the Court Houne.in North Cairo precinct,
until the 10th of day April.
Peter Sacp, Collector.
Cairo, III., February 21, 1877.
aa't b maue y Try agrai
every month in me business w
furnish, but taosa willing to work can easily
sara a doxen dollars dsy ritfbt ia their own lo-
taliuas. War bo room to explain um, o un
seat pleasant and hoaorabla. Women, boys
ind girls do aa well aa mea- W will furnish
you a comulets outfit free. The business yny.
better iIimii anvtliinif t-lf. We Vl.i Uur
juuol stiiiriiutf viu. fsrticuUr fise. Write
and sea, Farousr and BMchaaiet, their sons
n d daufbtrrs, and all classes in need of paying
work atuoiiM, should write to a aad kvjra ail
about tha work at once. Mow ia the tin
doa't delay. Add Xasa Co.Augattg,
WATER! WATER! T7ATHR!
1 if M w w r5f (fu o
Mill 111 ilic 5
Fiirnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes'
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing tho
Of Goods saved from the late fire by
Will be sold within next the Thirty Days at a
Come One Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
Wab DaranTKiirr. Ritih Kbpot,
March V, :s77.
Below high Water of 1S71.
JAME9 WA1 80N,
Sergeant, Signal Service. U.S. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
1'ublic notice Is herebr rrtenn th. i..
virtue of an order of the county court oi
the County ot Alexander Mn the Stale of
Illinois, rendered at the llnramlivr torm
of said court, A. 1. 1875. I. Harmon H
Black administrator de bonis non ai tho
tate of Louis Naanno,lale of said county,
ucccucu, nui teiiai puuiic venuue on the
llltll llav ' Inril A l lai- ah- .
door ol of the. Court llou"e In the city ot
Cairo between the Uourx of ten o'clock lu
the forenoon and live o'clock in the after
noon of the same day to the highest bidder
to pay the debts of the said Louis INasanno
aeceasea, me loiiowing described real
estate, situate in the county of Alexander
and the State of Illinois to-wit :
bow numbered four (4i. five rr. nn.i
in block numbered seventeen (17;, in the
nrsi audition ;to the city or t. alio; and the
southeast quarter of section twelve (VI),
township sixteen(16., south range two i2),
Subject to the homestead interest of wld
dow and family in and to said lot right In
block seventeen, and to tho widow's
dower in said real estate.
Terms ot sale : Uno -halt of purchase
money to be cash In hand upon approval of
sale and delivery of deed aud one halt on
credit ot six months, purchaser to give
security and trust deea on the premises to
secure the remainder of purchase money.
Dated March 'Mb, 1S77.
HARMON H. BLACK.
3-S-4 w. Administrator de bona non, etc.
5) 5 H
To the working; elaaa: We can lUrniab
steady ployiuent at which you can nuik vary
large pair, in your own localities, without bsiux
away lroiu home over night. Agents wanted la
every town and county to tak subscriber lor
The Centennial ltecord, tiie luryetit publication
in the L'nited States 14 page, t ooluuies) bl
enanty Illustrated; Terms ouly $1 pt-r year.
The Keoord is devoted to whatever ia ol interest
connected with the Centennial year. The Ureal
Lxbibltion at Philadelphia Is fully lUdatruted
in detail. Alverybody wanta it. The whole
people feel a great interest in their Country's
Centennial birthday, and want to know all
about it. An elegant patriotic crayon drawing
premium pioture 1 preaenk.'d free to each sub
scriber. It ia eutitltd, "in rslueniherenoe of thS
One hundredth Anniversary of the lndeprud
enoeoftlie United felates. ' kite, ii by HO in
ches. Any one can become a successful axent,
for but snow the pajiei and picture aud hun
dreds of subscribers are easily obtained every
where. 1 here is no business that will payliae
Uiia at present. We have many agenls who are
limiting as bb;h as A'JO per day and upwards.
w lathe lime! don t delay. Remember It
costs nothing to give the business a trial . Send
ror circulars, terms, and sample copy 01 paper,
which are sent free to all who apply) do it to
day. Complete outat free to those who decide
to engage, k artners and mecauniea, and tlieir
son and daughter make the very best of agents.
THE CENTENNIAL TtKCORD,
The Centaur Liniments ,tia
pain, subdue swellings, heal burns, and Will cur
Rhetuuatism, fiuavin. and anv flesh, bona or
muscle aliment The hi t Wrapper I for
family use, the Yellow Wrapper i.r animals.
A list of the Ingredients ar coutained around
cachbotUe. 'lhvyare cheap, eptedy, and cer
tain. The certain, speedy ,nJ hsrnilai
remedy for children, Is ntcher's Castoria. It Is
ai pleasant to tuk as honey and as certain lu iu
effects as Castor Oil. for Wind Colic, Worms
Sour Stomach, and Disordered Bowels, there
nothing Ilk Castoria.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A vvsjrvUrlv t4tcle4l aasl lafnllv auLiflt4 pfcyaktna a4 tfcj
fgVei euoOdaaUUi, U stia rrtuw-i wt .
Spermatorrhea and I'm potency
M ti. watt ot wtr-but In yottvb. annual cv sati lu
turn- yaara, or utlicr cameras, aui4 t.rl".-iii)t w-mtuf law lui
kiviatf cllavti: Wf aumum, 8- miual r mitU4. (oitht i4uia
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aveutl ourvd. SVPHlLlS t"
tir.iy w.iistc4 from u. i-u-iu; Gouorrae
OaCEEXi tttiur, Orvhitit, Heruia. (ox itttjiuua
flUa muiZiher privau dta qutt-kl) cui4
II U ! kin lit that a phTiciM whn.avgapoiial ltwrios
to a ktrtalu cisvs 0 di;:, au4 lrttvj Uounu.U attain
oil. a4jwrM fmot atii. Pr jakiaru ItifWtUjf Was (aclofUs
l OnIMUt4 MmtW to KIT Ml WfetUa H ii (bCMllaliltal
tuil u uj tor imttwttt, tfcta-a oa be aout
fa4 ulolj by aiai or taprouo aj tor.
Cures Oaaraatoe4 in all Caaa
OotiiuVuiloAA itai-aonAM Of iy oUW nTC aft luritflst,
rbai(t! iioUal aal oar twaaaN UkU7 otAbU4niAUavi
Of M Matwnr sasrwa, SHiarar. auto. fcf MV
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klade. Cua A Bain l
tn vauu. atunaiar iu. vt. tut l-ol ataui
WV WteA. CblMgi
JOHN H. MTJLKET,
4Morriey at Law,
Omen : At residence on Ninth Street, between
Waihington avenue and Walnut Street.
Three thousand, two hundred and fifty dollar
worth of newspaner advertising, at publishers'
-ates. given for 700. and a three months' not
ecepted In payment from advertisers of respon
blllty . A printed list, giving nam. character,
itual daily and weekly circulation aad schedule
ttof advertising, sent free to any address,
tpplyto Geo, P. Kowsll A Co., Newspaper
VdvertUing Agents, 41 fark How, N. Y.
Mark These Facts.
The Tc6limonr ef th Whole World.
''I had no appetite Holloway's PHIsgaveme
Your i'ills are marvelons."
' I send fur another Sox, and keep them in the
' Dr. Hollo way uae cured my headache that
'I gave one ol your Pilla to my bab lor chol
era morbus. The dear little thing got well inn
My nausea ef a morning Is now cured-"
Vour b of Helloway'a Ointment cured me
of noises in the head. 1 rubbed some of your
Ointment lhlnd the ears, and th noise has left."
famUy, ,,m'tWObXe"' wnnt one lor Pr
"I em-lose a dollari your price U 25 cents, but
the medicine tome is worth adollar."
"Nend me hv boxes of your nils."
"Let me have thru boxes ef your Fills by re
turn mail, for t-bills and Fever "
lhaveoveraoo such testimonials as these, but
want of space compels tn to conclude.
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Aud all eruption of the skin, Jthe ointment I
lnoit invaluable. It dues ant lutal .ti.m. 1.
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Invariably cure the following dtoe&tti
Disorder of tho Kidneys.
In all disease affecting these orgsnt,' whether
they secrete too much or too tittl Wafer; or
whether they be alUioted with (tone or gravel, or
with aches and pains settled in the loins over the
regions of the kidneys, these I'ills should be ta
ken according the printed direcMktaa, and the
Oiatment should lie well rubbed into the small ot
the back at bed time. This treatment Will give
allium immediate relief when all other mean
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so eAectually improve the
tone 01 tnc stomach as these fills; they remove
all aoidity occasioned either by intemperance or
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in cuxes of 8atiu in tact they never (kU iu
curing ull disorders o. the liver and stmnach.
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Asthma, Kilious Complaints, Hlotches on th
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Tumors, I leers. Worms of all kinds, Weaknea
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None are genuine unless th sis
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Haydock, a agent for the
, aa agent for th United States, sur-
rouuda each box of tills, and Claimant.
handsome reward wiU lie gives to any one ren
dering such intormation aa may lead to th
deUctiou of any party or parties counterfeiting
tbs medicines or vending the earn, knowing
them to be tpurtoue.
sold at Uie manufactory of Professor nL
Lowav A Co. , New York, aud by ail rea pec table
druggists anl dealers iu medicine throughout
the oivilited world, in boxes at A eenu, S
cent and SI each.
"If" There 1 eonsidersble saving by taking th
larger Slues .
N. 11 Direcdon for th guidaoc of patient
In every disorder ar atued to catita bos
Office, 112 Liberty St.. New York
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M taeata, rial.
Ckartored by the
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a ta axpeaaa
narpess ot giving
tin a-ad nu ralWl
b all eas of privsta, earoato. aa art nary U
ease ia all thair aomplMiad fbraaa. it ia well
kuowa teat Dr. Jaavw has stood at Nat a4 a
toe profession for the past so year. An aad
sxperuwoe are U -important. Maaalnal waaav
, night loaaae by draama, plnaplae ea tae
face, tost manhood, oaa poeiiieely a eaieed
Ladies waatiug the atoat aelieat atlaaaoa. eail
Ot writ, ehssaaut bona Bvahmts. . A book
ftSr Urn rati 1 tub. atarrtujt Uuida. wttk-A tslka
yoa ail about nvasediisai sa -who eneo4 SBaitf
way aoi ix oeaia 10 pay aosiafe. ir a'aoaae
ha SO rooms aud parlor. Yoa aa aa eae but
tnsdaeta. OslnaBiwira. a am, lev awag. Kua
daya, W ta 14. Ait basis atstetly eaaSdaw
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