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. iIKO BUSINESS. HOUSES.
' ' " !A(e..'l4ijr1llnH)lrmMnliRTrnirwlliif
lei, in thl oiliunn timlrr .riiritr headlne;
- t elttierata or ei.Du prr moninor a 14 w y cur
iiyauleiuiiUTiy in HMnnw,
- ' ' llarawar, IMevea antl Tin Ware. ,
A. IIALI.K.Y-tValTlnfnvc.TInan(1 ll((l
wit, lituilm ami rariuTn' Itipknvnta, Wire
XW!, tU-Mrmitora. l'nniH nj faiMcrii.
-ISt nmfiTil Arenur, tJuttrriiir, ami Job
TTotK ui on anon nnc
' , ' ' .r'.'.i ' l.nmbtr. ."" i " "
" .1. S.tt;AllEY-rli rinliajden'lniii
U-r. doarlnr, o.llmc, ukUiiic and eurfc
tuiuiier, lain ami ahliiKti-a. ofltaa anil yard
ifLT 1 wriilieib street and Waahthftton avwui-
LAKCASTK.U A UlCK-IVelfM lit Huh,
duorn, MiH'U, utr... Iiard and anil Imnlwr and
Hilniriiw. Vwd and olllix-, ConuiM-n-jal avenue,
. .onier eireri.
D. 1! AKTMAN talrr In Oim imvrai. Tciva.
I iut all klndd of fancy urticl-i. I oiniiu-r-
?:ul avcuiin, corner Mil Itwi,
" rholo;riiilijr, , ,
WIUJAM WITl;il-tixth atiwt txtwem
. oiiniHTriiJ it'bun and antiingUin arrmie.
lethliia; and Mrrt lmnt Tallorlnr
JOHN- A NTUIM-MrrvjMint Tailor am Ah t
id lu-ail v Male Clothing;. 73 Ohio
Ileal t.atittc Agenrlra.
M. .1. IKlVrLKJ-Ib-al r.Htut A(f-nt. liny
and wlla real enUtr, collect, rrma. aya taaea
lur nou rHHierii.ni. cuuiinenual aynue, be
l Tw-n Ninth and Iiith trwl. .
We have thisibtr itold to Mr. K. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
tc,, of the tteture framing department
ot the Itulletin. All orders for frame
f tcM Hhould bo wiit to him or left at
fills office. We bespeak lor him the lib
erality ot patronage Uiat has been be
stowed upon us - Ills assortment ol
moulding is , complete, price beyond
; competition and lie guarantees satisfac
tion In all easts. ' . '
Cairo, Oct. 10, 1870.' .
tf Cairo Bcilkti.x Co.
ateaal far Baaiatae Ag-ala.
Editor Hi Li rrrt : I take pleasure In
calling the attention of Uie public to the
tact that 1 have rebntlt and re-cetab-lisbed
Uic Union Bakery on the site of
the building lately lost by Are on Com.
tnereial avenae, between Fourth and
, Sixth ilrcvU. wlmro X will be pleased to
welcome all my old patrons as well at all
who deaire a good article of bread, cakes,
eonfretions, etc. '., ,'. Fbank Kbatky.
. for Hale r lAftuf.
A good larm, containing 120 acre
(fool Iraine dwelling, orchard and all nec
taary outrbuildingg. Land all under
tenao and In cultlration except 8 acres
't he land U unincumbered and title per
li-2(. 'J'hi.'j fartu i located tliree-loiirths
of a mile from the Mississippi river, bark
of Wblt Island Stores, MissbkuppI county,
MiKonrl. For lurtber information op
ply at the Hi m.ktix ofilee, Cairo, 1111;
ni. " 21-dA.w lm
aICaltI Waadtil ,
On and alter the 20th Inst., the undcr
sijfued will fill ordtrs for -
Stove wood, jx-r cord ? 4.B0
lilork " ' M 4.0
, 4-toot " . 3.j.'5
lilg tquddy coal, (1 ton). 3.20
; " (.ear-lowl)., 3.25
llurrUbnrgcoal,l tou)..M.M. i.0
(2 torn) 3.00
Lrave orders af Jfo. 31 Eighth 'street,
and they wUl receive prompt attention.
:oal and wood deliver! to ""i" lwt ot
; tie city. 2-22.1ui. F. M. W.ku. .
'1 be most wonderlul cxistmir medicine
for Ujc ure of teuale comphiinU. Filty
, years experience, incontestably prove
these remedies, unrivalled for the disor
ders InelJental to the softef sex. No
family should be without thein. They
may be Ukeu by young and old, as they
will restore . health when every other
a eaiii prove unsuccessful." 2j rents per
box or pot. .:
. . a oia. ,
'i'o all who are aunVring from tlie
eror ami indiscretions of youth, ner
4 vous weakness, early decay, loss of inan-
--hood, ee., 1 will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of diarec. This great
. jrui-ayiWOK4li8C0vered by a missionary
in -South America. S'nd a self-ad-
slrewttKl-eirvelope to the llev. Joeph T.
i - luman, Station II. Bible House, New
4j!Vork Clly. l-SO-Cui. , .
'- ' ' " for Mai.
. WiUon's Albany seedling strawberry
Law ton blackberry plant, and F.arly
Linneaur pie plant roots,
Ail In quantities to suit buyers.
' John I.imbekt,
KcHidence opposite Nineteenth stnft,
- ' on Commercial avenue. 2-ft lm
. It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
; I ween Washington and Commercial are-
auw, has one of the best conducted latin--Jry
establish menta la the city, and land-
ords of hotels and boarding houses will
dnd it to their advantage to call upon
.-tJder. . '!-'
. . ( i, i '
' tf e will pay no bills for goods or mer
,haudise purchased for the Bcllktin
' - 'by any ot the employes, unless the pur
; ' chase is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
' i 4"y :, " -I" Cairo Bdllktix Co.
. .1 . .! ' 'I - 1 I,
t :i v. ? ! . ba laitMr, .
. Jett Brown has taken charge ot the
' ' barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash.
. .ingtoa avenue, lately kept by Dsulcl
- Lampert. ' Jed is a good barber, and so-
llclts a share of, patronage, , Give him a
7 ,aill and aatisly yourselt. . ' ilr
1IaanV Maonolia Balm preserve
" and restores ' the complcxlQu ; removes
' , .fredika, U ud aailowueu j makes the
klu soft, white and delicate. Its appll-
" ' Ration catuot J)e detected, " m"m",': ,
; : .!. 7Vou'8 KATfliJvo wake beautiful,
. , tlo-fty, luxuriant hair; prevents iu fall
" g ut or turning g'y- It'Uw stood
''; 'l'tiilt 4H yoaw, Is.cbaruiiugly fair-
i earned aad has no rival. ' . .'
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. a .(la to Hata Ullunau (or line Uauori o
Alt kIrf.Nef ,1n4W, building. Eighth
. . trvt, i o .i" a'.' 2-22-lm
, T f 1 BKonm sooimii 1 '
AHI AUJN LOUUK, KU, M.
KnlfiliU ot PyUiiaa, -aanU arvrr Frt
uay DiKni at nail pwi avvvo. in vua-
rwlnwa' Hall . H(j,
...... UtiSMalkir Uonimaniiar.
AMCXANDBR IHX3C. KO. TH
"s. Indmetidrnl Urdcr of dild-fd-
' Jf Iowa, inat'ta eyery lhuraday nibl
iw at Uai-iaat WTfn, in luoir nail on
Viuimtriaal Tfuu. Mwrcit (tilth auJ bertntks
Wll.b K. llAwais-, M. U.
IMftO KNCAMI'MKVT, I. O. O. F., nnU
.in (MJ-reltuwr Hall on tl Oral and third
I u iday in fvrry montb, at halr-paat at-Ten .
A. Comwon, ; F
, X JAIHOlXUtiK. M0.837.A.F. it A.M.
ATfa lluiil ifa-iilar iiiumuniliona inn
aonlc. Hull, rorm-r (omnit-rcidl avoina
'riud Klirblli alrw4, on tba aeeonil and
'mirth kluiidar of each nicmUi.
RATE or ADVKRriNI NU.
UAU billa fur aderlimf , are due and y
able w AbVAMca
TrannUiht adrertlRing will be inaerted at th
rate of tl M) raquan! for the flrut Iniw rliotl
oil W acuta for ech lulxequenl one A liberal
iliacuunt will tie loads on autuding and dw,l
For Inaertlnir Funeral nolle $1 00 Kotineol
rrM-rtinrofaorlrtlPiior terPtoriWra fioaUfur
ChMreh, HocMf, Fratlral and Stipjirr tiotlcoa
Will only be inserted as advertlaemenU
No dvertleemeat will be n ived at I'M than
80 centa, and no advertisement will be inat rted
for lwa than thr-e dollar per month
local nmisMM worn -r.n
Of one square (U lines space) or more, in
serted in the Bi i.lki j s a follows : (l.ess
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion p-r square - $ f0
Two Insertions per square.-......... 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per sqjiare 1 75
Two weeks per square t 2 CO
One month per square-..; 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time, f . ..
SUNDAY, MAliCH 11, IS77.
No aanaunfeiatat will b Inarrtrrl
n the Hiillelln naiiraa tn mtarr c-
tamaaal-a Ui mr. Thl rale 'J'
liu Mrnt Iwr. B4TIX Anaoanre-
menu ir ruy umrn, ; a uvru-.n,
For City Clerk.
Wa are authorized ta announce Jann-e W.
Stewart a a candidata tor reckcUon to Um ol-
lioa of CUf CiK at Uie avfeacMnf charter
Vtml Waatbor Heaort.
Cauo, 1m.., Jdnrcli 10
tub. iUa. Tua. Wur. Yl. Warn
Tarn .S4f 14 W it Kair
11:11 :o..VJ Is W M Clear
I p.m. .1U.34S SW l i do
I:,' tu.Ui. ? JW li Hleot
Sorceaat, Sucnal aetrio. U. 9. A .
MiaalMlppl llaalral R. R.
CKAicr- r Tina Sumt, aUCB iut, la7.
Traina laave Cairo
New Orleans Fsst Erpress 1:15 a.m.
' MaU7:Wl.D. ' ,
" , , .'Arrive at Catxo.
KriTCM at 1.30 p. m. , -Mail
at 10:00 dob. - :
AH tratnt arrive and depart dally.
ll.t .HLVm. : , J. U. Jonbs,
. AKeot. Ticktt Atfetlt
Gentlemen and boys desirous of neat,
tasty and fashionable loot wear, should
call and eiamlne Black's new spring
stock of hand and machine made Boots,
Congress and Alexes Gaiters. New
stvles! New prices! Great bargains I
14(1 Commercial avenue.
Maat ba Said OaS.
Until March 5th, I will sell my stock ot
glass and rjneensware
AT ACTUAL COST.
If the stock ia net all sold at the date
above stated the remainder will bo 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.
IV . i nitio,
2-23-tl. No. 133 Washington avenue. .
Smokers are happy again, because
Sam Ullman is back again, anl lias
brought a fresh supply ot those excellent
5 cent cigars. 2.22-1 m ,
PoaiUvaly Ibe Baal.
Ir. 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, ana ail
diseases of consumptive type. It will
thoroughly . eradicate these alarming
symptoms in oue-haU the time required
to do so by anr other medicine. It is
purely vegetable, and contains not a par
tide of opium or other dangerous drug,
ft never falls. Every bottle guaranteed
to perform exactly as represented. Bar
clay Bros., Agents,
Also agents for Trof. Parker's Fleas
ant Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. . Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Trice, 23 cents. Try it.
Tata Trade Wlaaa -
Are produced by tin? diurnal
lution of the earth, extending from 20
deg. , north . to 20 deg. south of , the
equator; 'and sailors hail with joy
their advent Into them, after being tempest-tossed
and worn, as productive 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, bon'U,
and tho terrified flight of Jtiie flying fish
from the latter. , How much more .de
lightful then' must it be to guide the
bark of poor humanity into the trade,
winds of health out of the head seas of
disease and suflering, and make life's fu
ture a pleasant voyage J Yes, such can
be cflected by using the Jloine Stomach
Bitters.; -.;; ., , ,. 3-3-1 oi .
ELOfUTfONlST'S JOURVAt give
etMaaiard andnew l.i(li,n.li
al I aud amatt-ur readrr, and stealer, aokool
hii.uivu, buv nu-rvviius' anioiva on aiiproi1
at aahjei'ta. Just tba thina wautd. iirf
aixa, 1 rami, of any uawadealer or by mail.
B JSS8EUAMLYA CU..1U KasMBit. . Y.
t aaI Sll,ia
l , i.
" ee rmtlca Jrtot!ietljo61r
Tltere will be services at all tU
pie churches to-day. ' . '
. 1 he city eouncll will meet in regular
session on Tuesday evening.
Mr. Edwin Corlis of "Metropolis, was
at the ,St. Charles hotel yesterday.
Mr. A. J. Neiubit, ol .Toneslwm, was
In town yesterday, and registered at the
St. Charles hotel.
The passenger train on the Cairo and
bt. Louis railroad now leaves Cairo at
8:30a.m. ' - - . . ,
Mrs. F. Weil is selling her household
furnlturo at private sale. TO Tenth street.
County court for criminal anJ law
business, 'Judge Bross presiding, will
convene to-morrow morning.
Mr. Henry Candee, who has been In
l'ittsburg on Important business, it ex
pected homo in a day or two.
Jams reeelvu t a. II Mrbuli'a'a
freab lot of lit eclebratel l.a Call
ccat Clear the:bit la tba naar-
Mr. Hyslop, wl'o went to Canada to
attend the funeral ot his deceased
brother, is expected homo to-duy.
It is said that the great tragedian,
Lawrence Barrett, will visit Cairo some
time during the month of April.
Miss Henrietta E. Gee, sister ot Mrs.
Dr. Brigham, atter spending four or five
months in the east, has returned to
There will be services this morning
and evening at the Methodist church,
Rev. J. I. GilUum, officiating. .Sunday
school at three o'clock. - 1 ,
llev. B. V. George will conduct ser
vices in the I'resbyteriAn church to-day
and this evening at the regular hours.
The public are invited to attend. , -t
The county commissioners, after a (our
days session, ad ournod on Thar iday
evening. The proceedings will appear
In Tuesday's BiLLKTiJc.
ueorge r. ureenwail lias, been ap
pointed a justice of the peaco for Unity
precinct to flil tho vacancy occasioned by
the death of A. C. Ilodees. t-
Next Saturday, St. Patricks day, will
be celebrated by the St. Patricks Benev
olent society of this city by the usual
parade, etc. Preparations lot the event
are being completed.
John Thompson, . with bis celebrated
troupe, will appear at tho atheneam in
this city on the evening of the 19th and
20th of the present meoth. ' The troupe
la one of the best now "on the road."
A card from J. Prescott Eldridgs,
dausd Bt. Louis, March 0th, into ring us
that be is compelled to return to New
York immediately, and hence his en
gagement to appear here on the evening
of tke 13th is cancelled, lie will: visit
Cairo on his next trip west. --
.... . . r
We understand Tom Winter j has
been tendered the position of agent at
Cairo tor the extensive wholesale grocery
house of Flash, Iewls & Co., ; of ' New
Orleans. We are glad to hear this, and
congratulate the firm in their good luck
in securing the services of so energette
and efficient a man as Mr. Winter. ;
The old court' bouse 'property at
Thebes, including grounds and buildings,
have been sold to Thomas A. Brown ot
Thebes for the sum of sixty-live dollars.
At the late meeting, of the county com
missioners the county clerk was in
structed to execute a quit chum deed to
Mr. Brown for the property. j
It is a fact that many of our citizens
will rejoice to know that within the
last two or three weeks the police officers
have succeeded in driving nearly all the
tramps out ot the city: It was A hard
task to accomplish, but by perseverenc
the officers have succeeded hi clearing
thera out. .,-'' 1 '; V
On the first page of to-day's Bullftim
will be found the address of Mrs. II. IT.
Candee, president of the Woman's Club
and Library association, a poem by Mrs.
B. Y. Georee, and 'A Greeting to the
Association" by Mrs. E. C. C. Goss.
They will all be found worth reading.
Mr Van Creelan, a representative ol the
well-known grocery house ol Flash,
Lewis & Co., of New Orleans, has been
contlued to his room at Herbert's for
mora than a week" from sickness. lie
was much better yesterday, and expects
to be able to return home in a few days.
Sam Ullman was in Clinton, Ky the
greater part of last week, and Tuesday
was invited to take dinner at the Boon
House, of which John Davis, the prince
of landlords, .is proprietor. !bam says
the dinner was. one of. Paris': best,
which is saying a ' good deal; ' Davis
knows how to keep hotel.
Lost, yesterday morning on' Tenth
street, between Washington avenue ftnd
Ohio Levee, or on the Levee between
Tenth street and Phillips' wharf-boat, a
poeketbook containing $20 In money
and some valuable papers. The finder
will bo liberally rewarded by leaving it
at the Bulletin office or at my resi
dence on Tenth street. E. A. Bcrkett.
At the December sitting of the county
commissioners l( waa resolved to issue
no more county order until all out
standing at that time were taken up,
The plan did not seem to work well,
however, and at the meeting of the board
held last week, the order was minded,
aud the county clerk Instructed to issus
orders for all claims allowed.. '
The "Young . Peoples Society ' will
give an cotertalnmeiit In tha Presbyte
rian church On Monday waking.' The
leading leutureot the evening w it! be
which there will be music, rending, red
tatlons.ete. I lie proceed sot thf enter
tainment will go toward the reduction of
the church debt. Admission has been
Axel at twenty-five cods. The public
t a , . -
Kochlcf Bros., butchers, cornef 6f
Eighth street, ftnd Va;hugton avenue,
are now selling choice smoked hams,
shoulders am! breakfast bacon, bologne
sausage and pudding at retail at whole.
sale prices.) TVre U no deception in this
assertion. They mean Jii't what they
pay, and ask an opportunity to prove it
Call on them. IM-lw
A. Islaek ol trio city siioe store Is
steadily receiving In large quantities his
ppring stock ot shoes, and promises let
ter Inducements to the merchants of the
Vicinity lor the purchase of their spring
goods ttififfTipretorore -
All be asks is thai home patr.nags be
accorded tim 'J -J I ' I, fit
llix'ominerci d Avenue. fl i-lw.
v j v-" - :.
"Tli " Toting People's SocietyM will
give an entcrtaiamen; atthoPresbyterlaa
church on Monday ctonbig, Marcli 12th,
1S77. TliC entertainment will consist of
a lecture by the Rer, B.k Y. Ueorge, vo
cal and instrumental music', reading.
recitations, etc. "The proceeds of the en
tertainment will be devoted to the reduc
tion of the church debt. All are Invited.
Admission, 23 cent i. . . 3-9 3t
Dr. Joeelyn, has had several years ex
perience in dentistry in St. Louis, and is
competent of treating the most, difficult
cases' of all kinds. All work warranted
to give entire satisfaction, or no charge
will bo inadff. Trices low, to suit the
Utiie. To anyjone desiring dentistry done
It will be: to Uteir advantage to call upon
Dr. vv.j C7. Joculyn. ( Office on Eiehth
street,'' between Washington and Com
mercial ayer.ues, Cairo, Illinois 3-0-tf
Tfiecouuty "commissioners bavo Is
sued an order directing the sheriff to
demand all fees tor serving papers in
cases breugbt in the courts of this
county In advance, and in case tho sher-
111 falls to collect the same they will be
charged up to him In bis settlement with
the cotinty; As a matter ot Beli-protee-
tlon under this order the sherlft will
refute to serve papers unless the tecs are
paid in advance. ...
C It should not be forgotten the "Young
People's Society" will give an entertain
ment at the Presbyterian church to-mor
row, Monday evening. The exercises
will consist of a lecture by Rer. B. 1".
George ; music, ; reading, recitations,
etc. . The price of admission baa been fix
ed at twenty-five cents, and the proceeds
will, be - deyoted to diminishing the
church debt. .It is expected there will
be a )arge attendance, t ;C k .
The ? county v commissioners ' h aye
awarded the contract for keeping the
poor farm' and '' maintaining paupers
there to' Thomas A- Brow n of Thebes .
The jCttuoiUoo of the contract are that
Mr, Brown shall feed and cloth all pau
pers over twelve years of age for $12 20
per mouth, and all under twelve years ot
I lr. Mr. Brown a fftntrarr. f inr tli
year ending January 1st, 1878.
f 1 always have 1 been and still am 'sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
Wood's Fever PUli. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by me, will
be prosecuted to the lull extent of the
law. . For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. ? Uealy's. P. G. Schuh'a
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold in SOct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
dfcw-tf. Dn. Wm. Wood.
Guests at Herbert's yesterday were
John C Fall, Memphis; John Pceples,
r., Shawneetown ; E. V. Thomas, Mem
phis ; W, A. Brown, Aberden, Ky.; D
M. McPhll, Arlington, Ky.; W. S. Stone
and lady. Milbarn. Ky.: S. Wluton.
ManstteUl,, Ohio; Audy Gardner, Mem
phis ; W. F. Witzel, Milwaukee ; 'Anton
Mau.el. Evansvllle ; T. A. Warren,
Vicksburg ; II. A. Hartcr, John Dean
and . Wilson, St. Louis. .
A word to the public ! A. Black, by
reason at his Judicious purchases attained
by cash, wishes to snare with the public
his bargains, and will, as the following
lew items show, sell hli goods through
out at such low prices as not only to defy
competition but to suppress it entirely.
Ladies' goat, laced shoes, $1 25.
one serge , " 1 00
kid slippers, 73
Misses goat laced shoes, 1 00
kid - " - slippers. C3
Childreus' kid and goat shoes 40050
And tho cntiro stock in proportion. ;
3-81W. . '. . . . ,
Just received at D. llartman'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,Honey aud Glycerine, White
Eose, Oat Meal, Moss Roae.Elder Flower,
Turtle Oil.GUletU Laundry Castile, &c,
&e.,' Also a fine assortment of Feather
Dusters aud leather window-Brushes.
Parties will find It to their interest to call
and . examine my stock of soaps and
dusters, as I mean to tell the above goods
for less than any other house in Cairo. .
Among the guests at the. Planters'
House yesterday were O. E. Culbertson,
Tolona; O. n. Drake,' Johnson county;
H. Dorris, Gayosa ; Morris Levy aud
Frank Steedley Cincinnati v A". Avery,
W. F. Ualtehen, St. .teails pticesey,
Tom K. Conlln, T. A'iX&& T, S.
IlcElmery, MrB. FCJfe1"-; iarios
ton, Mo; J.rOKtArlnStoB Mrs.
C. J. Morrbi, McwphU ).T W.-Kcanody
Now-Oileaiu. CV Ai. Iau, Cin
traiu i :t.' a'-sreiZp rj7-pf
S,; WmaUX ii 1 1 " Vssorl,
SyfcMton Gjlei' Tnb4l"wdfimlly,
Lllln county ; J. si. Leonard, tsuaa
collected a irreat
Variety of geological and mineral. speci
mens, rare, coins, pre historic American
pottery, 1 ndian relics, and other curiosi
ties, the whole making the nucleus of a
roti scum 'of Value. The pottery Is really
unique, and numbers among its pieces
th finest kind bf pceimens. All this
collection Roller has accumulated within
a year by ludustry, aod bM classified it
With much skill. It Is worth looking at,
and may 1 seen in one ol the rooms for
merly occupied by the .Vim office, above
Antrim's, provided Max will let you In ;
and he will If he Is In a good humor, and
you will ask Mm to do you tills great
. Prominent auiom? the iruests at tha St.
Charles yesterday were Dr. John S.
Moore. St. Ixuls : Col. S. T ' R rran.
Chicago : C. A. Beck, Centralis : J. Staf
ford, Vuincy ; A. J, Neisbit, Jonesboro ;
Col. W. W. Gates. La Grancre. ' Tenn .:
J. B. Bruner. Metropolis : II. C. Mitch.
. " ' V
ell, Chicago; W. K. Williams, Pittsburg ;
ueo. j ut. uraay, Detroit ; JioDt. Levy,
St . Louis ; J. M. Appcrson, New Or-
leans ; E. G. Smith, Morrison ; Edwin
Corlis, MetrotKilis : J. D. riaskell. Bos
ton; J. C. Wheeler, St. Lonls; J. Mc-
Huity, Ft. Dodge i W. D. Sanders, Jack
sonville; E. Beck. Sedalla. Mo.: J. C.
Eea, Nashville; C..E. Wilson, New
The last Issue of tho Uoltl World, pub
lished at Chicago, contains the following
complimentary notice of the St. Charles
hotel in this city: "Mr. Egnew, the i
new proprietor, has wrought n revolu-!
tion In this well-known hotel. Since ho
entered Into possession of the house be
has renovated, repainted and paired the
entire house, and refurnished a larm
number of its rooms. Everything about
the house is neat, tasty and attractive.
Good discipline pervades the whole es
tablishment.? The menu is good and
guests are well served and cared for, and
more than this no one can expect or de
sire. The St. Charles is unquestionably
the best hotel in that section of the coun
try, and we advise all to give mine Lost
Egnew a call." ?
, ..The cxceliciit address of Mrs II. II1
Candee, president of the Women's Club
and Library Association, published by
us this morning, will be read with Inter
est. It Is a well-written paper, lull ot
good sense and timely suggestions.
Mrs. George's poems will attract atten
tion.' They hare in them much of the
true poetic fire. In our opinion they are
ot rare merit, and would be ornaments
to the pages of the moat pretentious liter
ary periodicals ot the day. . We regret
that Mrs. Hudson would not permit the
publication of her essay, which was li
tened to with pleasure by all who were
present at the opening of the library.
Mrs. Goes' 'greeting, prepared for the
opening, was not read on that occasion,
but will be this morning with much In
tercet and pleasure by our readers.
F1m Raaieteatta far bale or Kent.
The very desirable property known as
the "Aubrey property." corner ot Hoi-
brook avenue and Twenty-second street.
For sale or rent on easy terms. Apply
to " 3-5-ti. . ' B. F, Blake.
KeaevaSlaa, at Fraatratlon.
Did any enfeebled human being ever
become strong under the operation of
powerful - cathartics or gallvants? 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 Hosretter's Stomach Bitters
In cases of debility or irregularity of the
organs of digestion, assimilation, secre
tion and discharge, 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 snberb 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 1t is 'particularly service
able ns a medicinal safeguard. .. -
1 TO THE BEBCTE. f
A Ifeua of Mayar Winter la leau
laa; 'Ilia Proclamation" What
Cairo Well Wlaovr" Haa ta Say
A boat ft. . 1
Editor BobiBTiM :
Dear Sir: Your correspondents
"CiUzen" and ," seem to be con
siderably exorcised over Mayor Winter's
late proclamation. What ia the trouble ?
Has the proclamation touched these gen
tlemen in a tender spot that they rush
into print with the selection of choice
epithets which they so freely bestow
upon his honor. The mayor certainly
has a right to Issuc.hls proclamatlons
whenever he thinks the weliare of the
city requires. Wherein he has insulted
any law-abiding citizens 1 tail to see.
It was not ititendod . for law-bldlng
cltieus, .and .; no good; v eltlztia
would, ; lor a moment . imagine
that the proclamation fitted 1 bis case,
hence the '.inference is, that the gentle
men who are raising such a luss over the
proclamation, . must in some man
ner have been pinched badly. . Those
whom the shoe tits will wear it. One of
your .correspondent emanations might
have bocn written by an escaped lunatio
from Anna, and 1 venture that It would
have havo bocn as well written. As for
the other corrsspndent,th Imagined in
sult that he takis homo does not pre
vont luni from parrying hU text and
ainn-lM'T gratutltus insults' 'to those
who may . difir , with , , , hliii
poliilcaUy..'o;,tlia troublo with some
people iu this tfvin is that, whatever
Mayor , Winter kai j done or does, is
wrong ; be U nrer right Last year
when be desired M edoouate police force
to protect tbe ciy the vouncii opnosc.1,
nd all those so Lltcrl onpo.it.dl4 hi
b6uor, appiaaa3. siowru yar oio
oauueil lim MfWastli 1H tsKOnd the
counvUbi rljjhj; these jpeople rpiantft
end at the sane time target tbstt the
QlfJ JUtl WO ! JSUi aUHF !
I ::. t :, ;.
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing the
ENTIRE STOCK '
Of Goods saved from the late fire by
Will be sold within noxt tho Thirty Days at a
Como One Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
measure was one of Jack's own. I
think Citizen" will find that Jack will
"go on," notwithstanding the abuse that
ho is readying at the hands ot some.
Yours, "Cairo Wretx Wishkr."
, , ' Obituary. , .
Emma A. Buruhaui was born in Uop
klnsvllle, Ky., Dec.' 10,' 1839. j She was
married to Samuel K. Green April 23,
1959. Died in Cairo, Ills., after a linger
ing illness of several months, March 5,
1877. She was the mother of three cull
dren, one of .which (a little girl) pre
ceeded her to the mansions of bliss, She
leaves to mourn ber early decease, a hus-
dand, two children, a mother, four sis
ters, one brother, with many relatives
and friends but we feel that they "sor
row not as those who have no hope," for
their loss is her eternal gain.
.. She professed religion and Joined tho
Methodist church a number of years ago,
and all who knew her, and those most
intimately acquainted with her,, con say
of a troth, that her liie was "hid with
Christ In God.'j Slio was not inclined to
bo very demonstrative in her religious
life, nor indeed in any thing. She was
naturally . . of ... a modest,' . retiring
disposition. - It was especially in her up
right walk In her daily life that her
christian virtues were to be most clearly
seen, when thev shone with the greatest
splendor. . . " . . " " ; . ,'
She was a faithful, devoted wife, an
affectionate; self-sacrificing, loving
mother, a dutilul and obedient daughter,
an - earnest sympathising Bister, and a
kind,' accommodating friend aud neigh
bor. All who knew ber could but love
her,' and those who knew her ; best
loved her most.' She did not' say very
much during her sickness about dying.
It was not ber disposition to talk much
on such subjects, but her unconiplaiu-
ing, calm submission to the dispensa
tions of Trovidence, resigned to live on
account of her family, but resigned in all
things to God's will, was mauifest in all
she did say. At one ot my visits 1
asked her if she felt the presence of the
Savior with her, and enjoyed tbe com
forts of religion in her affliction? She
answered very emphatically, that she did,
and this was the great source of her com
fort. In "speaking about praying she
said to her daughter at one time, "1
pray nearly all the time." A few nights
before her death she woke her . daughter
in trying to sing, "Nearer my God to
the, nearer my God to thee," etc. , May
God's grace comfort and cheer, and his
spirit lead those left to morn. -y -
j . .J.D. GiLiH
Cairo, Ills., March 9, 1877
Wia DsrAimiEirr, Rivin IUpot, l
. March lo, 177.
Mew or l0
BeWw Wuh water ot ls7.
. JAUES WAlaOM,
Senreant. SUtaal Uerria. U . H. A .
. J.,-.' rorSLiat. .
' . . ' A1KIVKD.
itcaintr James Fisk, I'aducoh. -
; - ,W. pkpabtkJ"..'..'. i
Steamer James Plsk, Padncah.'
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
And hence offer ' our entlno
stock of goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and
Caps; Boots md Shoes, Gents'
Furnishina Goods. - etc ; AT
COST. , Tbls ; ! i no dodge.
These' goods must . be closed
out within thirty days. j . .
.. rr . r..;- Solomon Pareira. !
'. 142 Conuner cial Ave, i :
Itadt 'any la Vr pi.Tt. luvta accoading
U yu iw till, eree eiu, feaeTOV'K ItttV
ILEUM, hal troujht i at all fuituas kVe tarxfyl
-We mdvlte WJr n4 how to QVEUl I K
X60K witit ltJmayluie ft !
I ii Jiaaisaa V rarii iH lr'-a-ii-L f
ejakere and Brokers 17 Wan . N V
mm wb o
M il MM I
Public notice la hnrehv irlvcn Ih.t i.
virtue of nn ordnr nf thA nnn,v ...
the County of Alexander in. the State ot
Illinois, rendered at the December term
of 8ai. I court, A. D. 1S75. I, Harmon 11.
Mack administrator de bonis uon ot the es
tate of Louis JSasaanoJale of said county,
deceased, will sell at Bublitt vaaUue on the
10th day of "April. A. D. 1877. at the west
doorot otthe;Court House 1ft the city ot
w.wvh n uvumn arjn- frclock iu
the forenoon and liva o'ctock. lb the after
noon oi vue same day to Uie hlgUeat bidder
l;' f7 uuw oi tua saia i.ouis Knanno
ucccbwi, mo ioiiowinir -described real
estate, situate in the eouaty of Alexander
and tbe State of Illinois to-wit :
Lots numbered four(4), five TA, and (8),
in block numbered seventeen (nj, in the
first addition tatho city of t alio ; and the
southeast quarter of section twelve (l-
township aUUenOoj, south range two (Ji
west. ' "
Subject to the homestead interest of wil
dow and family in and to said lot eight In
block seventeen aad to the. widow's
dower in ald real eatatc.
Ternw ot sale r Ona -halt -of mrchase
money to be cash in hand upon approval of
sale end delivery of deed and "one halt on
c edit ot six month!., purchaser to irive
security and trust deee on the premUe to
accuro tho remainder of purchase monev.
Dated March, ;th, 1H77.
. v. HAKMON HHfcAfK.
-8-iv. Administrator de boqas non. etc.
Cluirtnrcd bv tlw
. iitatu of. Ilhnoia
pnrpaae ot trmug
nan raaeaor private, ehronln, amt 'urinary li
aeaites in all their coiuulicab'U. forma. It ia well
known that Dr. Janiaa haa aiarvl at tlielmtdot
the profianion for the at 3 ytmra. Are and
ex pencn ca are ail-innoauukt. Maawtaal Hak.
nN, night losaua by Ureama. pimplm on tliu
fltoe, loat manhood, can noaitmly (ia cuinl
lvue wantuiR tne most iieiicate attention, call
yon all about thnediaeaa-rbo ihoulfj marry
--why not to ata to Tsy rwwtar.- lr. Jam
oaa w raoou ana pariur. vn at aaont! but
thcdoRtur UiBi'vhoura. v a.m. to 7 u.tu. Hun-
daya, 1J to it. All buainraa atrirtly ropfliltu
Ui. 4-S -daw-lT
STEATTOM A DIED,
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Wholesale v Grocers
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r and all way landings. -
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