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AIRO BUSINESS HOUSES
Nat. A tiy btmlnese firm ran have theeellnist
para, In tlil .olninn ninlTirM'r" eendina:
a liberate oft-ifio -r mouther e.liprrjear
payable iplnrierly In advance.
Ilftrstwarr, Tlei Ware.
A. HALLKY fyaler In Stoves, Tin end Hard
ware, i.anl.n end Kwiwri' Implements, Wire
Soiids, Ucfrlircrstof, Pdmpa "nil l.dib'r.
1 1 1 1 ommercUl Avenue. l.uiUi intf, and lull
Work done on short uollctw
.f.S.MrfiAIIKY-tteai'crinlianlan.t sort In ro
ller, llmirliiif, reillnit, siding nnl surUced
HiihIkt, Ulli nnl nlif tiirli-n . oHUw and yard
corner TweuliiHi street und Washington -venue
LANCASTER A IHCK-Hf-olcM In sah,
doors, Minds, etc., lirl ami soft liiinlicr anl
Unifies. aril and ollire, Gnnmen-lnt avenue,
urner I7lh street.
I . H A UTM A N lral-T In IJiwn n Ware. Toye,
I miis nml all kinds 1 Ikncy ttrtirl". Commcr
' ul avenue, corner 14J1 street.
WU.t.lAM WISTKU 4lvth strwt 1s t ween
- oliiioeriial avenue sri'l Washington avenue.
lulliinv hikI VI r reliant Twllarlna;.
.toll AM KlM-M.-r. tmnt Tailor an.l d.aler
0 Heady Minle l lollim. TSIdnu Lcvre.
It en I rolnte Agent-lea.
M. .1 IIOWl.KV-U.iil Latat A(fuit. Huyn
Hint fells red estate. t.--l rents, psys Iiihi
lor noli residents, etc. I'fiiilnen Is! avenue, l
Iween Mi.lli and Tenth street.
I .' . , ' . 1.
We have this day "old to Mr. K. c
Fon! the enlirplof of moulding tool
ftp., of Hip picture framing department
oil lip Bulletin. AH order for frame
ftt, should Us sent to him tir left fit
this otll.-e. We N-siiciik tor linn Hip lib
erality of patronage flint lias been be
stowed upon in His assortment ol
moulding is complete, r' i-" U-yond
coiiiiH titiou and Iip giiarctitcc pstif f:to
f ion in nil puts.
Cairo. Oft. Id, D7C.
tt 'jiko llri.i crix Co.
Wood t Kill t ! YVn-fl ! ! I
I hi and alter I lie IKMh lnt , the uinlcr
signed will fill orders fur
jstnve wood, per cord ......
Moot " " "
Big muddy coal, II ton)
larri-bursrc..sl. (1 ton)
, :t f.
Iavp or.W r ut No. M Lishfh tr; t,
Mid thi y will receive prompt atleiilion.
Coal ami woo.l il. liyereil to any urt of
ttierity. J-JJ lui K. M. U i t.
Wi: ARE GOING TO MOVE
And henco offer our entitle
stock of goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and
Caps, Boots end Shoes, Gents'
Furnishing Goods, etc , AT
COST. This is no dodge.
Theso goods must ho closed
out within thirty days.
Solomon Parein. .
142 Commercial Ave.
I lrl-f Ihm I Man dry.
It i. HOW ronreilo tli:tt. Mr.. Colrnmn,
tLe l;iunlreM, No. M Fourth ytreet, Iip
fwten Va.limgttiit hihI ('ouiiner lal nye
aiie, h one of the lpt poivluoteil Lion
dry t-j-tulili.-hniciiU in llm eily. unl laiol
.t.rdi ol hotels an. I hoanlin? hoiiei will
riuil it to their advantage to call upon
'1 he very UiiraliK: projM i ty known as
the "Aubrey property." corner o Uol
LrnoU avenue and Tweiity-second street.
For .ale or rent on cay terms. Apply
to :M. tl. 15. F. Hi.m:.
Wp will pay no bill f..r goods or nn r-chhhdi-
piirehasPd for thfi Utu.KTlS
t.y any ol the inployp. unless the pur
. Iiiimi U infk.lt on a written order filMlcd
by the prei.lei or secretary of the com
pany. t'AIUO HtU.KTIXt'o.
l or ajuieiir l.enxe.
A t-ood farm, pontainin ll n re
o.d IraniP dwelling, orchard and all nee-1
rsnry out-liuildliijs. J.and all under
f. nse and in eultivation except s ucrva
I he land Is uiiineuinlx red and titlppcr
leM. This farm is located three-h.urths
of a mile from the Mississippi river, back
of Wolf island .Store. Mississippi county,
Missouri. For lurthrr Information ap-
ply at the Un.i.kiiN olllcc, t'airo, IUi ;
Henriy for liii" Again.
Ki.nou Bi i.i.KTiN-: I take pleasure In
eal)in;r the attention of the public to the
last that 1 have, rebuilt and re-cstab-
lii-hed the 1'iiiou P.akerv on the site of
the building lately lost by lirp on Com-
uiercial avenue, between FourUi and
Sivih streets, where 1 will be pleased to
welcome all my old patrons as well as all
w ho desire a good article of bread, cakes,
confpptions, etc. FitANK Kr.ATKV.
ii.miv-i.. ania K...I ointment
.-..-..(. i.. ... ..ui.u.ra.i 1....HI-. 1.1.1 until
the great discovery of "iiolloway's Pills
riutui.l yy n uimiv a a
uud Oiiitiiu nt" liaahed ujmn the world.
DiMcaxea whi.h liallld 111" f-kill of the
lu.diral s buols, readily yield to luetic peer-
i.-a renieilici.. Seurvv. ersippHS, salt
ilituui, iti-li, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by tliriu. Twenty-live cents
j. c r box or pot.
'I lie llarber.
Jell Blown has taken ehsrge ot the
LuiUr chop on Kiyhlh slnet. near Wash-
iiii' ton avenue, lately kept by Ounlel
l.ampci t. Jell is a good barber, and so
licits a bhare of patronage, (jive him a
; ll and gatisly yourscll. tt
lU.iAN MiiiNOLIA UAI.M preserve
end restoi'i 8 tue comiuexiou ; removes
freckles, tan aud sallowness; makes the
-kin soft, white and delicate. Its appll-
?ation cannot be deU-ctcd.
l.VC.N's KlTHAIK'-N niHhca i-.au.iiui,
flossy, liuuriaut hair; previous ..e-
tig out or turning grav. ""
ihe test oi 40 years, is c....u.ufe., ,
i-med aud has no rival.
Mrs. F. Weil is selling ber household
arnituro at private alc. MTouOj atrtet.
f uniirnra or rrthta. tnrrtu trj rn-
Kvlluwa' Mall. I Iowa.
t 'hanrrllor Comiramlif.
ALKXAJtDKK U)IM)K, MO. M.
liwleitnlt nl of OiM-Kl
low. nwrU ryrry 1'hnra.lay nisht
at Italr-uuit wvra. In tbir ball on
Joiimi.'O'Ui! avcniip. Iiwwi Bitth aiiJ hevcDlh
nU WlLLk. IIakinm, M. ii.
'iaiho es;ami'Mknt, i. o. o. rtwii
Jn iil-r lliw' Hall nnthr Knit an.) third
I m ailny in every month, at kalf-at aevrm
A Cum mm, C I
caikommhjk. no. -.t7, a. r. a. m.
IIiiM rrvHlar eoinniiinl.atlona In
onlo lUll. nirner diiiiiiierrlul avamue
'ami Kiflith atm-t. on lli icoonil and
'oiirtli Muii.lar of ki month.
HATBN OF ADVERriMI HO.
I J-A U bills lor ailvertUinff, are iluc and pay
abln lit AUVAitca
TranBient aJvfrtiHinK will tic InarrtH at tha
rati of II 0 r aquam for the flrxt inwrtion
and S oanla for each aulMcquent one A libaral
dincount will be uiaile on atantling and Uinpl
For InnrrtinK Eunrral noli.- 1 m Not1ro(
minting ofanrietie or f cfi onl- ri Ml ernUl Tor
rharrh, fiorily, Eewtlval and fiu.nr acitlca
will only be inaertisd a advrtiiM-mi-nU
No alvmlmeit will t rw"lvl atlma than
An emu, and no aJlvmiM-ment will lx luei rtiHl
for leu than ttirw dollars ier month
I.OI AI, III NIMt.N WOTK'f.N
Of oiip imr(' (s lines Kpuce ) r more, In
aerteil In the Hn.i.ri i.v :i lollown : (lpus
than one toiuare pounted a n cijuure.)
One insertion p rfjnarp
Two liiKprtion per fipiare.-...
i'hrpflnserti.ifiH per snuare...,
Six Insertions per sfjuarp
'1'wo vt'efks er njuure
One intuitu per aouare-
, : .vi
sififciiil rate tuailo on larjre advertise
meiits or for longer time.
ULUNKSOAV, MAKI II 14. 177.J
TO I AIB(TIS.
n aHnnunrrairal wlllkr lHr(l
In inr H.llrlia nnlna inonv
ruiniNnlr tlir anmr. Thlt rule ,a
liuprrnllt e. R4la.fl Amiuunrr-int-iita
far illr Olttrra, .1 ; Alucruian,
Ear Mr lrrli.
W arr auUioriad to annouuiMJ JauiHi W .
Hlrwarl a triJ..lle (or re-clu:U.n Ui tot of
lie of . lly t.lnk at tht airoaci.ng clurtrr
lor I'M J Irtatarrr.
Wi te authvri'Mj to announrer'. M. Stoik
tl. Hi a .nileim fir tt-.f nm in thr othc
ol C'ly 1 rranuie' at llie aj.piua. lan rlrriioo.
l4eal wcalkar Ktatrl.
Cuao. III., Man b 1 i
tTaa Ba, J Thb7 Wjao Vat.
7 a m M j 7 s U
ll:ll' Mt fi N i
Si. ii. 1 1 M W I"
; .iatll M tW
cr.aiit. Huio-I Srrvl.. I', b. A.
(iputlt'iiicii and lioyi desirous of neat,
taMy and fashionable foot wear, Fhould
call and examine IMaek's new "prlnR
atoi k of hand aud inaeJiino mado BofiU,
L'oni;rpS9 and Alexps Oaiters. New
New prices! Great bamains!
lid t'ominereinl avenue.
To all who are guttcrinc from the
i rrors and indi-rptions of youth, ner-vou-
Aveakness, tarly decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe, that will
piirp you, free of tharire. This great
r incdy w as discovered by a missionary
n South Anierlea. Send a self-ad-
drepspd envelopp to thp Kev. Joseph T.
Innwn. Station I). Bible House, New-
York City. 1-:J0-Cm.
Mnal be Hal.l nl.
I'ntil March 5th, 1 will sell my stock of
glass and ueenswarc
AT ACTt-AL COST.
If the stock Is not all sold at t hp date
abovo stated the remainder will lie sold
at auction. My object in closing out
,1S (.j.g 0f gaods is to make room for a
arjr(. jstock of jfroceries and produop.
Sale positive. Call and examine goods,
. 1 KK1U,
2-2:i-tt. No. 138 Viuliinj;tn avenue.
Smokers ar happy ajjaln, Ik-pjiuso
Sam rilinan Is back again, and has
h.rought a fresh supply of thoso expellent
.". pent cl-'ars.
Poaillvrly lb Hf
Or. Morris Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Horehound Is the very best com
pound ever prepared, advertised or sold
by any person, or under any name what
ever, for the Immediate relief and jHTiua
nent'urc of coughs, colds, croup, whooji-
ing cough, bronchitis, asthma, ana au
liseases of consumptive type. It will
n,orou--hlv eradicate Unso alarming
gymj.tonw in one-half the time required
I u, j0 so by any othpr medicine. It is
I purely vegetable, and 3ontains not a par
tlele of opium or other dangerous drug.
It never fails. Kvcrv Itottlo guaranteed
- - -
to pcrliuiii exactly as reprcscntetl
clay Bros., Agents,
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to taku and requires no
physic. Price, 2jcoiits. Try it.
3-2-1 iu. hi w.
'lite Trade Wiuti-
Are produced by the diurnal revo
lution ot the earth, extending from 20
deg. north to 20 deg. south of the
equator; aud sailors bait with joy
their advent into them, alur being tem-jiest-tossed
and worn, as productive of a
I aeuson oi rest, rut mrj
I :..... .1.. .ifr I..H.. I. a c.til l.t.i.iill.itr Itniiin
muc u.i uui " Mw'.e. -
ward through fields ot sea weea alive
with tuiuute shell-tlsh, and observe the
play ol llie grampus, uorpoiw, uunaa,
aud tho tei ritied night oi line n nig usu
. . .
I " vaaa a aa- intuit tt mimm aa' v
U,,Uu, lllust lt be to gje the
bark of iioor humanity Into Urn trade
. . . . . . of
disease and suffering, aud wake life' lu
ture a pleasant voyage! Yes, such cau
be eflccted by uiuig tho Homo Stouioeb
tlm horclit nre doing a Ihrlvlnj: liusl
The city round! was In session last
Mr. f Iberly left for Sprlnjlleld on Mon
.lolin F. McCartney of Mclrojiolls, was
at the Planters House yesterday.
"Who will enter the rae for mayor
Is the all-lmjiortant question Just now.
The .SVn lays Alderman B. F. I'arker
will probably be a candidate for city
A citizens meeting to nomlnatea candi
date for mayor l. now lein dlncinsed
by prominent business men.
Capt. 11. V. Dugan and lady returned
from St. Iuis yesterday, and took
rooms at the St. Charles hotel.
In the county court yesterday the con
tested election ease of Harman yg. Ileeye
waspontinucd to the April term of the
City Jailor Mahoncy was out with the
chain ganjr yesterday, and did good
work in the way of cleaning oil the street
lloen Phillips, a prominent lawyer and
railroad man of Harrisbiirjr, Illinois, was
in the city yesterday and regbite red at the
Wo can recommend our readers to use
Or. Bull's Cough Syrup In all cases of
cough, cold, etc. It only cost 25 cents a
bottle, and la warranted to cure.
John Curreii, who died late Monday
evening, was hurried yesterday. (lis
luneral was not a very large one, and
"Johnnie" wag laid away with but few
friends to mourn his departure.
The man who robbed Mr. J. 11. Peed's
hen roont U a meaner man (ban chicken
thieves generally are. He did not leave
even one chicken. If he had been les-j
hogi-h and left just one chicken, Mr.
Reed would hot have felt so hard to
George Johusou was arrested too
mouths ago for striking a fellow-work-wau
with a straight-edge and breaking
one of Lis aims. Yicterdav Johnson
was bclore .lodge Bross, who lined him
thirty dollars. Juhiison paid the fine
and was; discharged.
Hon. Ike Clements lias received his
ooniinitjaion as pension agent at ,Stlim,
and has en tend upon the discharge of
the duties of hi olliie. W. C Oowfll,
late express and freight agent at tin; hi
nds Cetitri.1 station at Carbondale, will
be chief clerk in Clements' oftcc.
The follow ing named persons were
registered at Herbert's yesterday : John I
Craften, New York ; A. C. Bartleson,
Oaktown; S. Pay uiond, New York ; A.
Fisher, Cincinnati ; B. Doss, Cincinnati ;
G. B. Bosenbery, Philadelphia; W. Bugg
Jim Orange, the drunken ruffian, was
on another of his prees last evening at
the corner ol Sixth and Levee streets,
and conduc ted himself in a most shame-1
ful manuer. Here is an opportunity for
his honor to Issue another proclamation. I
Jim Orange should be suppressed, and
Mayor Winter ought to suppress him.
Another proclamation w ill do the work,
A serious "smash-up" occurred at Bar-
nard's saw mill, near Sandusky in this
county, one day la-t week. The gover
nor belt broke, aud as the saying goes,
the "pngine run away," the fly wheel
going to pieces, some ot the pieces fly-
iug as far as a hundred yards. Fortu
nately no one was hurt.
Trains on the Cairo and St. Louis rail
road now arrive aud depart as follows
Passenger leaves Cairo 8:30 a.m.; ar-:
rives ut Fast St. Louis 5:10 p.m.; Leayes
Fast St. Louis 0::t0 a.m., and arrives at
Cairo at 0 p.m. The Cairo and St. Louis
road is In good condition, and trains
make excellent time.
That there are a number of proiu'utut
Kadiuals in Cairo who aro anxious to
step into Col. McKeuig's shoes as po.t-
master is no longer a matter of doubt;
and that some of them will; make a
strong c-llort to secure the Colonel's re
moval is certain. Thero is to bo a row
in the Radical camp, and it will be a
lively one when it comes.
There is a man in Cairo who knows
I'ostuiaster Ocneral Key hue a book,
and his knowledge may have something
to do wit ha new post master by and Ijy.
Yes; and the man referred to will be
backed by any uuuilierof tho most In-
llueiitial statesmen n-ganlless of poll
tics; and indications are that ho will-
come out on top in tho tight
Johu Thompson, tho character come
dian, wild his excellent troupe, will ap
pear at the atheneum in this city on the
eveningsof Monday and Tuesday, Man h
19th and 201 h. Thetroune is one of tlie
beft now traveling, and they are draw.
ing full houses w herevcr they appear.
This week they are playing at Do Bur's
I-cra house, St. Louis, to large and
The announcement of F. M. Stock-
flcth as a candidate lor re-alection to the
olih e of clly trcasaiei! will be lound
uuder Its uroner lieadinir in this issue of
tlio Bui i KiiN-. Mr. Stockfleth lias scrvt-J
the people lor tho last year in au accept-
able mauuer, aud we belie ve the man
who cutersthc field against him wlli
liud him a foriuidable candldalo and bard
Notwithbtauding tho bad night thero
was a large attendance at tbe entertulu-
lueut given by tho Your-? People' So
ciety at the Presbyterian church ou Mou
Tho lecturo br Roy.
George, a well as the inuslc. recitations, ' four yeart has presided lo tho office ot I uu, us a-riwry tuy dasirs tooauvas. Ad
KiLdlng, ttcaia all poU oi iutbo.UieSt. Cbarfca hotel. 1, about to WU
bigfaest praUa by tto who wra ir.rrou thai UUihiuont and become' w-w m .
tnf. Tlin receipts amounted to almitt
thirty dollars, ami will be applied to
wards paying oil the church debt.
A. Black of JUip, cltyshoe store is
steadily receiving in large quantities his
spring stock of shoes, and promises bet
ter Inducements to the merchants of the
tlcmlty for the purchase of their spring
goods than heretofore.
AH he asks Is that home patronage be
1 10 Commercial avenue. .J-S-lw.
A wUo ruler docs not grieve because
his Mt'iject arc not numerous ; he is
content it he succeeds In haying justice
meted out to nil alike. He does not
regret the poyerty of his dominions , but
Is happy If he sees that they nre blessed
with icaec nnd concord, and that his
people have the good sense to use B. T.
Babbitt's Kcst Soap.
Jake Judan, lor dealing aumlry ar
ticles from the atorc of Xlessr. Gold
stlne & Roscnwater while employed as
sweep" in that establishment, was be
fore Jmlgo Bross for a hearing ycterday
morning. That Jake was guilty was
not questioned, for he admitted It, and
returned a number of articles stolen. He
was lined $25 and sent to the county jail
for twenty days.
The Delta lire company has about
completed the repairs on their engine
house. The house is now one ot the
most comlortublc anil commodious in the
city. The company is out of debt, hav
ing recently paid oft all claims against It,
and is now independent, 'ihe ftolta
coni'mny numbers among itt members
many ot the best citizens ot the Fourth
and Fifth ward, and when called to work
at fires, is second to no company in the
city in point of service rendered.
Ur, Joeelyn, has had several years ex
perience in dentistry in St. Louis, aud is
competent ot treatiug the most dilllcull
cases of all kind.. All work warranted
to give entire satisfaction, or no charge
will tie made. Prices low, to suit the
times. To anyone deslniigdenlistry done
it will be to their advantage to call upon
Or. . C. Joeelyn. Olti.e on Eisrhth
atrettl, Letweeu Waahingtuu aud Com
mercial aveuues, Cairo, Illinois. 3 0-tf
I alwsye have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
vt ooiisrevcr run. Anyone seilini? a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by me, w ill
bo prosecuted .o the full extent of the
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. Uealy's, P. O. Schuh's
Barclay Brother?, and at my office.
Sold in50et. anlfl.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on rf -eipt of price.
tlAw-tl. Oh. Wm. Wool-.
Prominent anong the ai rivals at the
St. Charles yi.terday were K. Warner-
St, Ixiuis ; J. S. Miegs, Memphis ; C. T
Uorten, St Louis: J. K. Padding, Ya
zoo City ; W. . Ieech, Cape Girar
deau; P. Corcoran, Yazoo City; Itobt.
Gates, Jackson, Miss; Mis. Leech and
Mrs. Murphy, Fulton, Ky; W. R. Park, I
Water Yaller. Miss; t. . Williams, I
If. Chance,:U. II. Vox and 11. W. Dugan
and wife, St. Louis ; K. Stanley, agent,
j0xn Thomson'., comedy company ;
r. jioody, Chicago; Chas. II. Oliver,
A word to the public ! A. Black, by
reason at hisjudicioiis purchases attained j
by cah, wl-iics to share with the public
his bargains and will, as the follow ing
few items slow, sell his poods through-
t at gUf.h ow priceg M not onIy t0 defy
compctitioi but to suppress It entirely.
Ladies' goat, laced shoes, $1 25.
" on? serge " 1 00
kll slippers, 75
Misses goat laced shoes, 1 00
" kid " slippers C5
Chil'lrens' kid and goat shoes 40(750
And the entire stock in proportion.
Jut rctived at D. Hartman's queenis-
ware store, the largest and tinet assort
ment of toilet and iauudry soaps that
has been brought to this city for some
time. The following nre some few of
tlio well known brands. Mammoth
Bath.Boquet.Honcy and Glycerine.Whlto
Rose, Oat Meal, Moss Rose.Klder Flower,
Turtle Oil, OilletU Laundry Castile, &o.,
Jlc, Also a fine assortment of Feather
Dusters aud Feather wiudow-Bruslics,
Parties will find it to their intwest 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.
Among the guests at the Planters'
House yesterday were Geo. O. Shines,
Cincinnati ; W. T. Bird, Carrier's Mills,
Ills.;J. F. McCartney, Metropolis ;J.W.
Walker, St. Ixnils ; A. Bateman, Vin -
eennes ; imve vteoo, vincennea; in.
. a ' . t a. i r . u
Smith Grand Lapids, Mijh.; Uobt.
Clark, Ml. Carmcl ; Louis Blake, Mt.
Carmel ; Boen Phillips, Harrihburg ; Kd.
Mullen, Formaii; C, II. Mills, 11, C.
Schunomer, Moorsvnie, Ind.; A. 1.
S.-olt, Golconda; W. A. Stlnson. 1 Ui-
Buell.carmi; v . i. nowu, Cincinnati;
W. I. Porter, uranu e nam.
At the meeting of the eountycomuiis-
ioner. held last week, the following
named persons were selected to serve as I
grand jurors at the May term of the Al-
exaudcr county circuit court: South
Cairo precinct R. H. Balrd, B. F. Blake,
Wm. Gholson. . ."Newiand, Chas.
Thruiip, Simpsou Taber. North Cairo
precinct Johu IL Kobluson, D. J. Galli.
gan, J. C. La Hue aud Moses Foss.
rjooso l.laud E. Piekerson and Jas. II.
Mulcahay. Santa Alex. Ireland and
French Jones, Thebes Severe Marcbil-
dou aud J. G. liulwing. Clear Creek
Win ' Kendall and Van Sweeney. Dog
Tooth John DavU- ynlty Win Uol-
deu auu Wm.. Waggouer. Uazlewood
Salmon HazUwoodaud Miles Hartlln.
Illlr. PanlDtan, wlio, during tb la -
propi ictrr ol thn Arlington House, In
tact Iip lias nlrpuly tendered his resigna
tion to taan effect on the 1-Mh. nnd the
first of next week ho will assumo the
proprietorship ol the Arlington. Wp
wish Mr. Ocan success In his new quar
ters. Ho. is whole-souled, aflaMe and
obliging, nnd makes friends of all with
whom he meets ; and his many years ex
perience in the hotel business has given
him a thorough understanding of what
it requires to run a hotel successfully in
Kgypt. Indeed, wc predict for Mr.
I )can a prosperous business, and expect
him to make the Arlington one of the
most popular hotels In the Southwcat.
The Arlington is one ot the most; con
venient nnd best arranged hotels In the
city, besides its location Is a big card in
Its favor, and with Mr. Oeann proprie
tor w ill be sure to become popular with
the traveling public.
We notice one of our enterprising citi
zens, Mr. Carl Peters, is erecting a line
brick building for blacksmith purposes
near the site of Ids old shop that was re
cently destroyed by fire, Mr. Peters w ill
have his new brhk shop completed In
about two weeks, and when finished, he
will have the most commodious, as well oi
the handsomest building ever erected for
the purpose in our city ; and he deserves
a liberal patronage from th public, not
only for bis manifest enterprise but
also because ho met with a serious loss
In the recent Are, consuming his shop and
material with the balance ot the block.
It Is Mr. Peters' Intention to carry on
u general blacksmith and wagon
makers' trade, as of old, only on a more
pxtpnslve sinle, by keeping on hand a
stock of new Farm Wagons and Plows
of his own manufacture. ' He will be
glad to see his old patrons and the pub
lic generally requiring any work done
In his line, at his new shop on the east
side of Commercial avenue, just south of
Sixth street, where there will lie found a
competent corps of workmen readv and
willing to do all kinds of repairing,
horse-shoeing and new work, both in
wood and iron. it
Knight of Pytblua, A Mention.
There will be a meeting of the ineudiers
ot Asoalon Lodge, at Odd Fellows' hall,
this, Wednesday, evening, at 7 o'clock.
I he members are earnestly requested to
aiienu as the business Is itnm.rt.m
Visiting Kulghts are cordially invited.
Wm. II. Howe.C.C.
A Krault ar Obstructed Dlceallwii.
Among the hurtful eonsequenoa ot ob
strji-ted digestion, Is the impoverfsbuint
of the blood, and fince a dauriatlve eon
dition of the vital fluid not only produces
a dangerous organic weakness, but accord
lug to tbe medical authorities, aoioi times
causes asphyxia, it is apparent that to im
prove tbe Cjuality of tbe blood by prouiut
log digestion and awimilation, U a wi-a.
precaution. Hostetter'a stomach Bitters
Is precisly tho remedy for tbl pun.o.se.
siuce It stimulates the pai-trlc juices, con
quers those bilious and evacuajive irregu
Uritirs which lnterlere with the digestive
processes, promotes asaimilation
food by the blood, and purities as well as
enriches it. The signs of improvement in
inco of uainur tbo bitters are
upeedily apparent in accession of vftor, a
a gain in bodily substance, and a regular
and active performance ot every phynical
Go to S.uu Ulhnan for line liquors o
all kinds. Nell's new building, Kighth
Will DU-ARTM.-T. lilVBII Kit POT, 1
.March M, IKVT. I
STATION. LOW WATaa.
rr. ix, it. in.
(Jairo ii 4 .1 4
I'itlaburK H . -'
Cincinnali ' 7 i i
LoumviUc. 0 u o o
NuhIimUh lo in h
St. Louis '.i J i
Mt inpliid 10 II 11
V ickobiiix ... ... U id ii 0
"Sew Clrlcana 1 4 o it
litlow blh wuWr of leT4.
Sergeant, Suual Mervic, II 8. A.
Steamer James FIk. Pailucali.
Jas. W. Gair, Memphis.
Chas. Morgan, Cincinnati.
Storm No. .and tow, St. Louis.
J. D. Parker, Cincinnati.
City Chester, St. IiOiils.-'
Steamer James Fisk, Paducuh.
" Jas. W. Gaff, Cincinnati.
Coloruda, St, Louis.
" Chas. Morgan, Now Orleans.
John P. Tollo, New Orleai-s.
" Storm No. 3, Ohio river.
Thure was a little more activity ou the
1 levee yesterday, and business was good.
.... ... . . .
i 'j hougn the uiorning was uamp, cold
I and cloudy, towardri evening it cleared
lot!, and the sun came out warm and
pleasant. Tho Ohio river is still rlsin
I rapidly Tho Anchor Lino steamer
Icily ot Chester caiuo out towards
evening, and alter transacting some
,','r,' leparted for Memphis.
bho had a lair trii The Fl.sk
came in on tune wun a lair r..ip
and depailpd on her n-turn ut llyeo'elock,
The Clius. Moiguii from Cuu-in-
uuli, allcr adding a little here, left for
New Orleauu .Capt. It. W. Dugun,
returned from St. Louis, on Tuesday
morning, aud was about Ihe wharf yee
te i day.
Leslie's Newspapers aud Mwniiue, the olJc
itubltshed Illosnrated Periodicals la America.
ebay are now first offered to canvassers, who
Will, 11 tltry eccure au aaeocy ana exriusivs mi
itorv. be enabled lo introduce avveulean Orst-
elaaa iUustraiod Periodicrls, suited to as man)
disunct lasteeor wants, and, wun laacaoius
rromeujiki new aud beaulilUi enroiaos, gives
baa of coats to aaub auaual subscriber, ba a
ablad te secure oua or mora aubx-riptious :a
very family ia their disiri. t. Tn sklllfiil -i.
yessers mis wit, -c ..i 1 ... ti
t tW"'?..' "a .f..UiT" hrIJ
ll. nut Nltlii rwu . M u. I I WMtw w
olHalnrM, on me
nwiliiai or oilier
lahcln. eiavetiln, AsUrnments( tntertl ran.va,
rlo... rroni).tly attended to. Invention" that
by the Patent
' m e e m a y
-ttll , in mofi
canes, lw Ke
cnr".l ly n,
Kite the Patent OHIe wocanlnakeclmeruoarch
e, ami neriire patents more i.rotnfitly nnd with
lirim.ler clMltna than Dioxe wlio arc remote liniii
ex a in i na
,.i?.n trct "' "'""'i-'eilid advise as to iwtcntuliillty.
All corresiioti'li tire mrii-ily conll. Initial vri."..
!.',.,5cr.-"w' Al N" CIIAUetB L'NLKSS
I AT K NT IS SKCt UK11.
We retry to ofliciuh in Ihe I'atent onice, and to
Inventors In every Slnte in the I nlon Addreg
C. A. SNMW A II.
Opposite 1'utcnt Ollice, WashiiiKlou, U.I'.
Ail minialrntora Hale.
Public notice is hereby given that by
vu tuo of an order ol tbe county court ol
the County ol Alexander In the State of
Illinois, rendered at the December torm
of said court, A. U. 1S73. 1, Harmon 11.
l.lack administrator do lionis non ot tlio e.
tateofjiuis Nasanno,lute or said county,
deceased, will sell at public, vendun on tbo
10th day of -April. A. D, 1877, at the west
doorol of the. Court House in the city ol
Cuiro between tho hours of tun o'clock lu
tbe forenoon and live o'clock In the after
noon of the same day to the highest bidder
to pay tno dclit ol the aaid Iiui Nasanno
Ueceancil, the lollowing described real
estate, suuaie in the county or A'exaiidcr
and the State ol Illinois to-wit :
Lots numbered four (4), live (.n, aiiilf.S),
in block numbered seventeen (17), in the
first addition to the cltv of Cairo: ami Hie
southeast iiifitcr of ection twelve (12),
township tslxteeinKij, aoutli range two (.j.
Subject to tho hoineatvad intereht of wld
dow and family in and to said lot eliflit in
Mock aeventccn, and to the. widow's
dower in said real estate.
Term of ale : One -hall of purchase
money to be ce-h In hand upon approval of
sale and delivery ol deed and one half on
e edit ol six months, purchaser to yixtt
security and trust deed on the premises to
aeonre the remainder of purchase money.
Hated March, t.th. 1S77.
I1AK.MON H. BLACK.
8-S-4 w. Administrator de bonas non, etc.
H I recta, t ill
ChHrurre.1 by the
&lau ot llllnoia
lor tlie. express
k"irpoe ot lvina
. inimediata rilnl
B all cases of nrivate. rhronic. ana utmnmli
vaeea in all their complicated forms. It is will
known thai Dr. .lames haa stood at the bead ol
the profesttioa for I lie pant 3 years. Ait and
experlenceareall-imiortant. Neninl W en
Bens, ruytit Ion 3m by dreams, pimples on tbe
nuv. I i)f i muiino.ki. can noxitii eiy in- ciucx .1
ihc. iohi mu
ij write. I'le
Or the millio
UK the most delicate ktt. nti. n, cull
lei-jani home for pulienlM. A l..
ion. Alarrnure iti.lt-. Ii1l1i lei id
you alluUmt tliecdioeaea -Iio shonU noury
wht um i" renin io pay ltotuik'n. nr. (.iiieji
au .l roomi and i-lor. l ea eee uo one but
tneriocror OiBi-etioiiTS. n a.m.' Ii 7 ii.aa. i-Miii
iUys, In to I'J. All I ueiLf-H strictly runfl.-iii-
tul. -s -ilaw-IV
WHOLESALE ANP RETAIL.
IN TFB CITY.
Qoods Sold Very Closa.
Corner lBth St. and Commercial Ar,
- OAIKO. ILLIWOIS - I
C. 0. PATTER & CO. ,
ua't lie muile ny every afen
every month In the luinincsa w
furnish, but those willlti- to work can ciwily
ram a dozen dullurs a duv ri-ht In their own lo-
'ulitias. llaveno room to expluin here, liioti
hs pleasant and hoDorable, Women, boys
md irirls do as well as men. We will furnish
you a complete onllll free. The limtine- s at.y-iM-trr
ihnn unvtliinif cine. We will ls-.tr x-
penseofstnrtiiiir you. ' Farticiilara free. writ.
ind see. Farmers and met-numc, their Sons
inrtdHUifhters, and ull cliiwweiii need ot jiayimr
a-ork at home, should write to us and le.ru all
about llie worn at once. ow is me lime
.Ion 't ilt lay. Addraia iHtrs A t o, Amtupts.
. ...... i . i
1W tilj Comffiercla.1 College
St. Louis, Mo.
(E;'.:V.i:h;i i3 :;::.)
TH0S. A. KICK, A. M. t. I
IAS. RICE, A. M.,
J. H. HUEW00D,
J Pi in
FULL LIFE SCHOUrtSHIP S8I 00
a iTOHT Coionlete. Thorough nnd I'ru.-li. a
1YI course of hludy ill llie i'niied SitiileH a
course iudisieusilile t every yoiina inu m
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six hundred Illustrations, Its splendid seri
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'.ST. Nicholas is full of the ebolc.est
thfngs. The publication Is, In all respects,
the best of its kind. We have never yet
seen a number that was not surprisingly
good." Tho churchman. Hartford Conn,
St. Nicholas for 1877,
Which opens with .November, 1H78, betjlns
A abort and very eiitertainintr serial from
the french, ' I he Kingdom nt the Greedy."
a story adapted to tbo Thanksgiving season.
Another serial, ol absorbing interest to boys.
"HIS OWN MA9TEK,"
Bv J. T. Trowbridge,
author of the "Jack Hazard Stories," be
gins in the Christmas Holiday umber.
Besides serial stories, Christmas stories
lively sketches, poems and pictures for the
iiolid lys, and some astonishing illtistriitlona
oftirieiital-ports.wlthdrawlnifs by Siamese
The Christmas Holiday Number of
Mupcrbly illustrated, contains a very Inter
"TUK BOYS OK MY BOYHOOD,"
By William Cullon Bryant ;
"The Horse Hotel," a lively article, by
Charles A. Kiniard, splendidly illtiNtrated ;
"The Clock in tha sky," by Ki.-bard A.
Proctor; "A Cbritmas Plav for H nines or
Sunday-schools," by f r. Keleston ; "The
Peterkina' Christmas Tree-," by Lucrctia
P. Male; "Poetry nnd enrols of Winter,"
by Lucy Larcoin, with pictures.
D Not Pall to Buy St. Nlcholaa for tha
Chi-latmaa Holidava. Pries US eta.
I'lirintr the year there will be Interesting
papers tor boys, by Willi ni rulUn Bryant,
John i. bittler, Thomas lluihes, AVilliaui
llowiit, Or. Holland, tieorge Mai Donald,
Sanlord 11. Hunt, h rank II. Stocklon.ana
There will be storlun. eketcbes, and
poems, ol upecial interest to girls, by Har
riet l'rcscott Fpottord, sjusuii Coolidite,
Saiah Winter Kello.ir, Klizabcth Stuart
Phelps, Louis Aloou. Lucretia P. Hale,
Celia Ibaxter, Mary Mayes Dodge, and
many others. There will be also
'TVVELVK 6KY PlCTCREsj."
By Ptofessor I'roctor, the Astronomer,
with maps, ohowir.g "The Stars or Each
Month," which will be likely t surpass in
Interest any ecriea on popular scienco re
cently given to the public.
Ataiircineot ana instruction, with Fun
and r rolic, und Wit and Wisdom, will be
mingled as heretofore, and St. McnoLAS
will continue to delight tho young and give
pleasure to tha old. ,
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"There is no mkeazinc for the yoimg that
can be said to equal this choice pro Juttioo
of .THinsER'a press.' AU the articles,
whether in pro-e or rbyuie, are throbbiDe
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The London Dally News gays: -We wlsi.
we i oiil.t point nut its equal in our owl
pthodiiai literature. "
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