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,' ilKO BUSINESS HOUSES.
ftM.-Any bnslnea Arm can have mfljie
v, In this comma on.rcr ai'impr!"; i''"?
liberate of Sl.6 per month or aw per year
payable ihirtrly In advance.
llarwwar. RMfM ) TIN Ware.
A. IIALI.KY teeter in Mnvca, Tin end llnrd
. war. Haidea -x1 Farmers' Implements, V ire
ioods, Krlriirerstot, I'emp end ladder.
1 1: Commercial Av-aue. Ciuturina:, and Job
Work done on Hhcirt notice,
J.S.MclAHEY-leulerlnhard sad soft In m
lr. Souring, railing, idlng ami surCioed
Niiiilsr. lath ami shingles, ofllce and yard
corner T w-nlietn atreit and Washington venue'
LANCASTEU itlCK-Deatcrs In h,
dooia. blinds, etc.. bard awl soft hmilr anil
hlnric. Yard ami ofliee, ;omnicrclal avenue,
orm-r I7lh street.
D. II AKTM AN-ffcafer In tnieeasware, Toys,
I h.h and all k IikIh crl Urny erticb. I'mnliier
- al avenue, corner lh at"1'!.
WILLIAM WISTF.lt Sixth street Is'tween
E oiiinM-rclalavcnun ami Washington avenue.
lothina: and Merchant Tfllrtnar.
JOII N A NTKIM Merchant Tailor anil dealer
In lb edy Made Clothing. 1 Obi"
Krai t:lte Ag-rudea.
M. .1. IIOWLKT-llcal Fstale Agent. Buy
and tells rctl estate, collect rents, pare taxet
4,r non-resident, etc. Jf m r:ltI avenue, be
tween Ninth end Truth strerta.
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Wo have this flay oM to Mr. K. :
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ol tho BuUetlt). All order for frames
tic, should bo tnt to Mm or left at
thU oilier. We U'Siwak lor him the lib
frallty ol patrotmgR that has Inin 1;
stowed upon u His assortment ot
moulding U complete, prices beyond
romxtitlon and ho guaifnU-o Satisfac
tion III all CAACa.
( Viro, Oct. 10, 1S7G.
tl Onto nctl.KilN t'o.
Wood ! lal 1 1 Wood 1 1 t
On and alU r the 20l.Ii inst., the uwler-
Finned will (ill orders lor
Stove wood, per cord ...
Block " " "
4-foot " " -
I'.ig muddy coal, (1 ton)
IlaiiUburjj coal, (Hon)
" (2Uns) .......
1avc orders at No. 31 Kifhth strtt,
fiml Ihey will rtwiTe romt attention.
Coal ami wood delivered to any part of
tliecity. 2-22-1 in. V. M. Waki.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
And hence offer our enline
stock of goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and
Caps, Boots end Shoes, Gents'
Furnishing Goods, etc. AT
COST. Tbis is no dodge.
These goods must be closed
out within thirty days.
142 Commercial Ave.
far le r !..
A g'l inrm, containing 1J0 acres
'ool Irauie dwelling, orchard and all iec
sary out-buildincs. Land all under
en and In cultivation except H aen.8
I he lan 1 If unincumbered and title per
tel. This farm U Kxytted thr-lonrth
ol a mile from the Minslippi river, hack
.f Well Island Stores, Mississippi county,
Missouri. For lurtUr Information ap
ply at the r.i i.i riix ofllce, Cairo, Illi;
wis. 2W Awl in
Ilollaway'a PUU aiiUOIalianl.
!i-ruluU wan considered Ineur.iblo until
lUcaverv of "llolloway's Pills
and "it-tit" llaahed upoa tlie world.
Iiieeanes which battled the rklll ol the
tiudU'Al hoolc, readily yield tQ these per-
let reinedie. Scurvy, erytiipelns, salt
llieuiu, it' ll, and all cutaneous eruptions
urn rial in liv tluin. Twenty-live cents
per box or pot.
t Irxt-CI hu l4aMHlr .
It is now concetlel that Mrs. Coleman,
ll.e laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, I
Lwt.'i'ii Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best condiH-tel laun
Iry establUhments in the city, and land-
.orda of hotels and boarding liouses win
:lnd it to their advantage to call upon
l ine Bofcldenca fr Siil or Kent.
The very desirable procrty known as
the "Aubrey property," comer ol llol
brook avenue and Tweuty-second street
For sale or rent on easy terms. Apply
to .l-C-tl. 15. F. Dl.AKK.
Wc will pav no bills for goods or mor
ihandisc purchased for the Bulletin
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase U inado on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Buli.ktin Lo.
Bcailj for Biialnean Again.
Ekitoh Bi llktin : I tako pleasure In
calling the attention of the public to the
last that 1 liavo rebuilt and re-estab
lished the Union Bakery on tho site of
the building lately lost by lire on Com
menial avenue, between FourUi and
Sixth streets, where. I will bo pleased to
welcome all my old patrons as well us all
who desire a good article of bread, cakes,
confections, etc. Fkaxk Khatky.
Haoan's Magnolia Balm preserve
and restores tho complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and sallowuess ; makes the
skill soft, white- and delicate. Itaappli
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon's Kathaikon makes beautiful,
f lossy, luxuriant hair; prevents it (all
iig out or turning giay. It has stood
tlie test of 40 years. Is .charmingly per
fumed and has no rival. '
lb liar iter. j
Jefl Brown has taken chirgn ol the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Lampert. Jell U a good barber, and so
licit g share of patronage. Give him a
?all aud satisfy yourself. M
Go to Sam Ulluian lor lino liquors o
ull kinds. NeO's new building. Eighth
sdreet. ' 2-22-lm
- , skokrt sooner! M
Kairlifa afrytMaa, aneetaarery rrl-
nay nini at nail-aw( aavaa, in uuu
Killowa' Hall. How,
.mmmm. aiB..tAni'i,a "' .
r lnilM!nletil Order of (hM-rr.
K J lows, nH1t every Tharalay nlxhl
ss at half iMMt seven, la Ibeir hall oa
Jnituiirrnial avenue. Itween Hi tin and Hevrula
tneta Wll.Lk. lUwaisn, M U.
'1AIHO KNCAMPMKNT. I. O. O. T., meets
vin (Mil-rVllnwn' Mall on the flratanil Uiird
I in ly in every monUi, at half-ratat aev;n
CAiKomiHjK. No.zn.A.r. A. M.
Ilnlil iveiilar ooniinunitaliona in aia-
aonln Hull, corner Cofiunercutf avenue
ami Kia-hlli ntrn-t, on the second ana
VnrU) Monitav ufaaeli inunth.
RATCW OF ADVKRriNI NO.
1-A1I bills for advertising-, are due and pay
able IN A0VAHC1
Tranaient advcrtialng Will be inserted at th
rate of tl CD peratjuare for the 11 rut Insertion
and 50 cvata for each subnequent one A liunral
iliaconnt will be ma4l on utamlina; anddiMpI
For inaertinR Funeral notice SI 00 Notleeof
aneetlnx of societies or secret orler So cents for
Chareh, Boclety, Festival and Hupper notices
will only be lanrted as alvertlae.inents
No advertlMiuent will be recelvel at less than
W cents, and no advertisement will lie InaerUiJ
for less than three dollars per month
I.OCAI. BI BISIr; JtOTHTH
Of one square (S lines space) or more, In
serted In the Bulletin as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square
Two Inaertlons per ajuare...
... 1 00
... 1 75
... 3 50
Three insertions per square....
Six inwrtions per square
Two weeks per square..
One month per square-
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or lor longer time,
TULllSDAY, MAKCII 15, IS77.
aiinouiirrinent will be Inaerfetl
n f n,k nil lie, i n t, n tw h- . ..t-j nw
romuaaln Hie name. llila rill
Imnrrni l , e. mi.! -
nnu lor rltjr UMIrca, ; AlUvrmnu,
for Itjr Clerk.
We are anthoiive-1 to annonnr Jit-a W .
Rtrwart a a canlilaie for ra-rlwUon U th of-
Oi-m of Uty Cltrt al Uw a.pfoln ciwner
lor v'lly Treaanrer.
v.irt aulhorireil to announce I'. M. SumJi-
fln. .v (jtmliJte fi,r re-l-tion to the ollii
ol't;ily Tfaaurei at the a.jr.rachm flection.
I Aral Waal fear Kparv
CAiao. III.. Murib II
J AM EH WATSOS,
enceant. Hixual avrvte. V. H. A .
Oeiitlemcu and boys desirous of neat,
tasty and fashionable loot wear, bhould
call and examine Black's new spring
stock of hand and machine made Boots,
Congress and Alexes t.aitcrs. ew
styles! New prices! Great bargains!
1JU Commercial avenue. 3-8-1 w
.atnat be Nolil tint.
I'ntil March 5th, 1 will sell my stock ol
glass and queensware
at actual cost.
If the stock U not all sold at tho date
above stated the remainder will be sold
at auction. My object in closing out
this cla-s of goods is to make room lor a
large btock of groceries and produce.
Sale positive. Call and examine goods.
2-23-tt. No. 138 Washington avenue.
Smokers are happy again, because
Sam I'llman is back again, and has
trought a trc?h supply ol those excellent
5 cent cigars. 2-22-lm
To all who aro sullcrlng from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., 1 will send a m qe that will
cure you, free oi cnaree. inis great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the ltcv. Joseph T.
In man, Station l. Bible House, New
Vork City. 1-30-Cin.
Poaillvely Ibe llaal.
Dr. Morris' Syrnp of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Ilorchound is tho very best com
pound ever prepared, advertised or sold
by any person, or under any name what
ever, for the immediate relief aud periua
nentjeure of coughs, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough, bronchitis, asthma, and all
diseases of consumptive type. It will
thoroughly eradicate these alarming
symptoms in one-half tho time required
to do so by any other medicine. It is
purely vegetable, and contains not a par
ticlo of opium or other dangerous drug.
It never falls. Every bottle guaranteed
to perform exactly as represented. Bar
clay Bros., Agents, i
Also agents for I'rof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Price, 25 cents. Try it.
Tbe Trade Wlutla i
Are produced by tho diurnal revo
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, alter being tempest-tossed
and worn, as productlya of a
season of ret. 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 tbe
play of the grampus, porpoise, boo'Ja,
and tho tciriiied flight of Jthe flying fish
from tbe latter. How much more de
lightful then must It be to guide the
bark of poor humanity into tho trade
winds of health out of the head seas or
disease aud suflering, and make Ufa's fu
ture a pleasant voyage J Yes, suclj can
be eflected by using tho Home Stomach
Bitters. , .Vilnt
Ham. Tbb. I
.! I SW
i.l. -Ti I N
:ju.I; .Id I
S.il V 1 NW
' lal llatsia,
. frolwte Court is still In session..
' Tim Ohio rl?tr Is rising rapidly."
Hon. D. T. Llnegar has gone to Spring
Held on Important business.
Mta Lucy Bugg of Blnndvillc, is In
the city visiting Miss I.ucy Wilson.
Blr. John Crowley, of St, Johns, Is in
the city on a short visit to his friends.
Mrs. F. Weil Is selling Iter household
furnlturo at private sale. 3S Tenth street.
Merchants are getting ready lor the
spring trade. Largo consignments of
goods are beginning to arrive.
The members ol, St Patrick' Be
nevolent society are preparing lor their
celebration to take place on Saturday. ,
Mr. Win. Lonergan, who was elck for
sevtral days and compelled to remain at
borne, is able to attend to business again.
itev. Dillon Lee, of Adrian, M ichlgan,
will be In Cairo on Sunday next and con
duct services in the Episcopal church.
(apt. Thomas of Metropolis was still
in Washington at lust accounts. The
captain, like almost every other leading
Radical, wants an ofllce.
City Treasurer BtoiJcfleth, wc arc sorry
to learn, is again confined to his home
by sickness. He was improving some
Found On Ohio leyce between Fourth
and Sixth street, a skeleton key. The
owner can obtaiu the same by calling
at this ofllce and paring charges.
Suicide in not more sinful than neg
lecting a cough. For only 25 cents you
can buy a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup and be saved from death.
John Thompson the character comed
ian, with his excellent troupe, will give
two of his entertainments in this city
next week. The company is a good one.
Chicken tbieves are about again, and
within the last week several ben roosts
have been robbed. It's a pity that some
of these petty thieves can't be caught
aud treated to a charge of cold lead.
At the council meeting Tuesday even
ing Mayor Winter nominated and tho
council confirmed Charlie Arter to be a
policeman, to serve during the pleasure
of the mayor.
Hon. J. C. Willis ot Metropolis, re
turned from Washington 3esterday
morning, and after spending the day In
Cairo, lelt last evening by the steamer
Fisk, for home.
The city council has awarded the con
tract tor supplying the city with side
walk lumber the ensuing year to Mr. J.
S. McGabey. The coutract price is $15
per thousand feet. '
Alderman alcUauley nas been con
fined to bis bed tor several days with
hemorrhage of the lungs. He was much
better yesterday, and will be about
again in a few days.
Among the guests at Herbert's yester
day were A. Am son, St. Louis ; Chas.
T. King, East Capo Girardeau; H. P.
Cote, Milbnrn, Ky ; Sam. H. Brown, St.
Louis; Tuos. Farrington, Cincinnati;
J. C. Medley, Farris Landing, Mis
Guests at tlie Planters' House yester
day were B. W. Jones, Du Quoin ; D.
M.Cafelaure and lamily, Missouri; C. J.
Barlow, Barlow City, Ky.; Wm. Heed,
Cincinnati ; J. J. Smithner, Viucenncs ;
J. C. Maybam and wife, Jackson, Ten
The Japanese prince King-Kong had a
thousand equipages of tour horses each.
He recently died, and bis retainers were
unable to discover that he had but one
single virtue : He was a firm believer in
thn extraordinary advantages to be de
rived from a liberal use of B. 'I . Babbitt's
A. Black of the city shoe store is
steadily receiving in large quantities his
spring stock ot shoes, and promises bet
ter inducements to the merchants of tlie
vicinity lor the purchase of their spring
goods than heretofore.
AH he asks is that homo patronage be
110 Commercial avenue. 3-8-lw,
Several days ago we stated that Mr.
Jake Yost of Metropolis was""In Wash
ington leoking after Ids chances for tlie
collectorship of tins district. We were
mistaken. Mr. Yost docs not want the
collectorship, but wants to be secretary
of one of the territories, and we are In
formed he stands a good clianco of get
tiug the appointment.
mtwecn seven and eight o clock on
Tuesday, evening a coujtlo ot darkies
went into Black's boot and shoe store,
and while one ot them eugaged the clerk
iu showing him a pair ot shoes, tho other
stole a pair of fine boots valued at eleven
dollars. ' Tho theft was soon detected
aud tho police intorrocd, but so far the
thief has Dot been captured.
J. P. Griswold, of the Uria of J. 1
Grlswold & Co.. powder manufacturers
of Buffalo, New York, has been conlined
to his room at the St. Charles hotel In
this city for several days witk tlckneus.
He was some better last evening, and Is
In a fairway of speedy recovery.' Mr.
Griswold is a prominent Odd Fellow,
and has been visited by . many ot the
leading members of the order here.'
' The i'avi says "Our neighbor is fret
ting ftbout the post ofllce.but it need not1
ludeed, dear .Sum, we are not fretting
mucu, auoui tue post omce. e aro
only amosed at the row that Is about to
be kicked up among our lUdical friends
who are seeking tlie oHIee. It U notour
tight.' We are) only an outsider looking
on, and enjoying the melee without tak
ing a band In It. '
Th" Usual woekly sales ol to' nero VH1
take place at the Fanners' aud Planters'
warehouses In this city to-morrow, Fri
day, at the usual hour. The weather
for the last week has leen all that could
be asked tor for handling tobacco, and it
Is believed the ottering will be larger
this weak than any other sale during the
Prominent among the arrivals at tho
St. Charles hotel yesterday were J. W.
Kennedy, New Orleans; T. A. Weflcra,
St. Louis ; L. Hall, A. Calam, St. Louis;
II. Jasper, New Orleans; J. Polrick,
New Orleans; Chas. K. Willctts, Chl
cagp ; W. P. Johnson, Chicago ; E. A
LeKoy, W. W. Durkcc, New Vork ; Sil
mon Jacobs, Natchez, Miss.; F, M.
Lasslng, New York; J. N. Cothran,
Farlngton, Mo.; it. D. Morrow and fam
ily, Paducah; T, V. Glass, Golconda.
, Dr. Joctlyn, has had several years cx
periciico in dentistry in St. Ixmls, and is
competent oi treating the most dilllcult
cases of all kinds. All work warranted
to g'.vc entire satisfaction, or no charge
will Imj made. Trices low, to suit the
times. To anyone desiring dentistry done
it will be to their advantage to call upon
Dr. W. C. Jooelyn. Oilice on Eighth
street, between Washington and Com
mercial avenues, Cairo, Illinois. 3-0-tf
I always hve been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm
Wood's Fever Pills. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by ine, will
be prosecuted to the lull extent of the
law. For sale at the New York sitore, A.
Swobodn's, F. llealy's, P. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, aud at my oilice.
Sold in 50 ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
d&w-tf. , Dit. Wm. Wood.
O. Ilaythorn of O. Itaythorn CO.,
leaves to-day for Bosten and New J York,
As goods have now dccluied to about
old prices they will hayo an advantage
over those who bought early and now
have their stock on hand. The firm will
continue to keep the largest, and in every
way most complete stock of boots and
shoes in Southern Illinois, and will ofler
inducements to retail buyers that cannot
be found any where In the state outside
of Chicago. They will also keep a com
plete line ot goods, notions, hats, etc.,
etc. , 4t.
A word to the public ! A. Black, by
reason at bis judicious purchases attained
by cash, wishes to share with the public
bis bargains, and will, as the following
few Items show, sell his goods through
out at such low prices as not onJy to defy
competition but to suppress it entirely.
Ladies' goat, laced shoes, $1 25.
one serge 1 00
' kid slippero, 73
MUtes goat laced shoes, 1
" kid " slippers,
Childrens' kid and goat shoes
And the entire stock in proportion,
The proposition to increase the
mayor's salary was before the tity coun
cil again on Tuesday evening," and re
ceived its death blow, the ordinance to
increase the salary having been defeated
by a decided majority. This settles the
salary question for another two years,
and parties who enter the race for
mayor will do so with a full understand
ing ef what salary they will receive in
ca3e of election. Parties who have de
clared they would not have the office at
a salary or live hundred a year, can now
retire from the arena.
At the meeting of tho city council held
on Tuesday evening Mayor Winter nom
inated and the city council confirmed tbe
following named persons to act as Judges
aud clerks at the charter election to
come off on the third Tuesday in April :
First ward. Judges John Howley, O. W.
McKeaig and Joseph Abell: clerks.
II. II. Candeo and Patrick Mockler.
Second ward, fudges u. N. Hughes.W.
M. Williams and A. J. Curie ; clerks, P.
W.Barclay and French Axley. Third
ward, judges John Wood, F. Vincent
aud John Clancy; clerks, Leander Ax
ley and Frank Sjhuckers. Fourth ward,
judges Itlchard Fitzgerald, Henry Met-
calt and Win. Wolf ; clerks, M. B. liar-
rcll and Jas. Cheney. Fifth ward.
judges Thomas Wilson, Charles Gali-
ghcrand Patrick Kennedy; clerks, W.
11. Morris and Ernest B. Pettit.
Uev. C. W. Bonner, who Is nearly
blind, and who has been declared unable
for work by his conference, will deliver a
lecture at tbe Methodist church In this
city on Friday evening, ltev. Bonner is
Indorsed by his Elder, ltev. B. U. Pierce,
who ailvUed him to tuts course as a
means of earning a living. Mr. Bonner
recently delivered lus lecture,
tho subject of which is "Grit,"
to a large and Intelligent
audience- at Du Quoin, , and all
who heard it, speak of the lecture in the
highest terms. One gentleman who
heard tho lecture says : "I have paid
Ave dollars to hear a lecture that did not
begin to compare with it." Let all who
cau, benr the blind preacher, and at the
sauio time uid a worthy man. Admis
The following is a verbatim copy of a
notice received by a select few of our cit
izens yesterday morning. The notice
was evidently printed on a type-writing
machine : ;
Cairo, III, March is. 1S7T. ,
Dkar Sir : You are resnoctfullv r
ouested to attend a tOeetinir of Itrnnprlv
owners, to be held on Wednesday even
ing. March 14, at 8 o'clock, at the MysUo
Krew rooms Kleb'e Hall Commer
cial avenue, between 11 and 12 streets,
for the purpose oteouaidering the t Mo
bility ofnotulnattur ft people ticket for
the coming city election r t
ltespectfully, C F. Nbllis, '
t O, Tatikr,' ,
. In compliance with ; the bore call
f 'wut Ueuty-ftM CiUMQi, g2Cl them
9 mot t promlDent business
men In town met together, Peter Cnhl !
was Called to the chair. The following
ticket was nominated:
For Mayor -John Wood ;
City Clerk Jas. W. Stewart ;
City Treasurer F. M. Stockflcth ;
City Attorney Wm. McUee ;
Police Magistrate F. Bros ;
For alderman, First ward, John An
trim to till vacancy ; Geo. Yocum, long
term. Second ward, Peter Ned". Third
ward, B. F, Blake. Fourth ward, C. O.
Patter. Fifth ward, Chas. Lancaster.
Full proceedings ot the meeting will
appear In to-morrow's Bulletin.
As there was considerable doubt hi
the minds o f nany ot our citizens as to
the effect of the law recently passed by
tho legislature providing tor holding
town elections on the same day, several
dispatches were sent to Springfield In
quiring as to what oflect the new law
would have on the coming charter elec
tion In this city. In answer to dispatches
sent, the following were received :
BrRi.vnntLD, Ills., March 13.
Jas. W.Stewart, City Clerk, Cairo, Illi
The new.elcction law applies, only
to micago. - i
Uko. II. Uaki.ow, Sec'y State.
HpRiNOFtF.i.D, Ills., March 13.
Jas. W. Stewart, City Clerk, Csiro, Illi
The law mentioned applies only to
Chicago, not to Cairo.
F .L. Albright.
This we believe will put the matter to
rest, as the parties from whom tbc above
dispatches were received ought to un
derstand the purport of tho law and what
eflect It will have on cities other . than
Bill and Jess Hall were arrested Sat
urday night for drunkeness and disturb
ing tho peace; It being night ' they were
lockexT.up In the calaboose, and they mau
aged to toar down the Inner door and
mash up things generally. Monday
morning they were brought before
Squire Lentz and were fined eightjdollars
and costs Jfor drunkenness; on the charge
of breaking and destroying public prop
erty they were acquitted, the justice
claiming there was no law to punish a
man for trying to break out of jail. '
Our town board met in extra session
Monday morning to provide means to
repair the calaboose. They prepose fix
ing U a little stronger this time.
The prcsbyterians have been holding a
week of meetings here. Rev. Mr. Min
ton of Anna conducts them. '.
lour correspondent was obliged to
listen to one of the communications on
the Powell-Wattera scandal at Ullin, and
we must say we admit the judgement of
tlie editor of the Bulletin In refusing to
publish it. ; ' .
Circuit court is In session and a cum
ber of our citizens are in attendance. :
Do.vgola, March 12, 1S77, Nejio.
A Result of ObatrurteU Diareallon
Among the hurtful consequence of ob
structed digestion, is the impoverisbiusnt
of the blood, and since a deteriatlve con
dition of the vital fluid not only produces
a dangerous organic weikness, but accord
ing to the medical authorities, sometimes
causes asphyxia, it is apparent that to im
prove the quality of the blood by promot
ing digestion and assimilation, is a wise
precaution. Uostetter's Stomaeh Uitters
is precisly the remedy for tbla purpose,
since It stimulates the gastric fuiccs, con
quers those bilious and evscuajivo irregu
larities which interfere with tbe digestive
processes, promotes assimilation of tbe
food by the blood, and purities as well as
enriches it. The signs of improvement in
consequence of uting the bitters : are
speedily apparent in accession of vigor, a
a gain in bodily ttubstanee, and a regular
and active performance ot every physical
Wab Department. Rrvan Rsprtr, 1
MaritiH, '.d77. f
STATION. U)W WATXa.
rr. in. ir, im.
Cairo 2i o i a
PilUburK II 7 S
Cincinnati S M (i
Louisville .13 3 XI 0
Nashville MM w 1 i lo
St. L&UU....H. tf 3 X 1
Meiuplns.-.... 13 1') XI S
Vicksliurr ...... 15 2 X , t
New Orleans la 4 l
Helow high water uf ltT4.
'- JAMES WA1 SON,
Surceant, Sucmtl Servine. U . 8. A.
rort I J si.
Steamer James Fisk, I'mUicah,
Steamer James Fisk, l'aducah.
K. r. Hnnkel'a flitter TVlaa or Iron
has never been known to rail m tbe cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; lndis
position to exertiou, loss of memory, dtlli
culty of breathing, general wcakneNs, horror
of diseabo, weak, nervous trembling, drsad
ful horror of death, niitht sweats, cold feot.
weskneits, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassituue oi me uiuscuiar system.
enormous appetite with dyspeptio syiup.
toms. hot hands, llasbluif ol Uie boiv. dry-
ness of tbe skin, pulU4 counteoame and
ertiptiona on the lace, muiiying th blood,
pain in Uw bark, beavtness ol tha eyelids,
freoueut black spots ilyinir before the eyes
with temporary sutliKion and loss uf sight.
want oi attention, etc. juexe syeipuima
all arise from a weakness, ana to remedy
that, use K. C huukel's Hitter Wine ol
Iron. It novcr fails. Thousand are now
enjoyiug bsaltb who Lave ussd it. Take
only K. r, Jvuukcl's. . . i
Keware of counterfeits and band linlta
tlons. ' As Kunkel's Bitter Wine ef Iron is
so wull kuowa all over the couutry, driig
gists Uieiusi lvoM make an iiuitatioa ami try
to sell ft off te their customers, wbeu they
call for Kunkel's Hitter Wine or Iros,
Kuukel's iiitUr Wine of iron is put up
only in ft bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with tbe pro
prietor's ptiotoirrsph ou the wrapper of
ach botUa. Alwavs laok for the photo
graph on the outside, and you will 'always
be aura to res uie ceauins. una uutiar per
bottle, or six for fa. Sold by ilruggiais ana
iieaiem cverv wuur
. , ' . . . . ' i '
. ALLW0UM3CEMOVKD AUVIC.
13. K. Kunkel's Worm Syrup aever faiU
to destroy i'in rcat and tilomacb Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, tbe only lucoesslul pbjsiv'UM
who removes Tape Worm fa two hours
alive, with bead, and no fee until rernove l,
Common see" l'- ithf th.i it ipe Wortu
Lo icu.ovel, ail oilier worms can be readily
destroyed. Keud lor circular te lr. Kun
kel, Mo. & North Ninth street, itiiladel
hli' ;ia., or call eayoAtr drMtu!t sud. ask
lor i .bottw of Kunkel's Worm Smut.
l r eLi.A0.laer rails. ' Ul w.
. a .; ,. I.' . v t .
FiibMe, notieit fe! hsretn . ptven that by
vlrtae of nn ar.r of the aminty court n
theCmuttyo! Al-a.ot In the Hute of
Illinois, rendered at thn leremler term
of snnl court, A. I. 17". I. Hnrinnn II.
Illack administrator de bonis non ot the es
tate of Louis Nasanno.t.ita Of snlil county,
ilcccsned, will poll at nubile vendue on the
10th day of April. A. I, 1KJ7, at lbs west
dnorot of the.Coiirt House in thn city ot
Cairo between Ike hours of Us oYUm k In
the forenoon nnd live o'clock la the after
noon of the same day to the htslicst bidder
to psy the debts oft lie- said J-ouis Nainno
deceased, tlie following described real
cststp. iltuato in the county of Alexander
and the State ot Illinois to-wit : ' '
Lots numbered four (4), Ave (R), nnd (S),
In block numbered seventeen (17), in the
first addition to the city of iniro; and the
southeast quarter of section twelve (VI),
township sixteen(lfl), south rane two VI),
Subject to the homestead Interest of wld
dow and family in and to said lot clht In
block seventeen, and to the widow's
dower In said real estate.
Terms of sale : One -half of purchase
money to be cash In hand upon approval of
sale and delivery of deed and one hslt on
e edit ot six months, purchaser to Rive
security and trust deed on the premises to
secure the remainder of purchase money.
Dated March, fith, 177.
II AKMON It. BLACK.
3-8-4 w. Administrator debonas non, etc.
Mark These Facts.
The Testimony of the Whole World.'
"I had no appetite Hollo way 'a I'iliegavrme
a nearry one."
'Your I'illx lire marvelous."
'I semi for another box, ami keep them in the
iionae.. - -
"lr. Hollnway lias cured my headache that
'I Kve one ol your Pills to tny balw lor chol
era morbus. Hit dear lilUe linn K"t Will in a
"My nnusea of a mornlnr is now cured
'Your box of llolloway a Ointment ciimt Ine
ofnoisea in the heuil. 1 mlilieil onm of your
Ointment IwhiiHl tlie ear, and thenoirhaa left."
"Send me two boxen i 1 want one lor a noor
"I endow dollar) your tirice U 2f cents, but
the medicine tome is worth m dollar.''
"Send me llv boxea of your "
"ix't me have three lmes of vi.iir l'illa by re
turn mail, for Chills and Vever'. "
I huveover) iurh tettimoninls as these, but
Want of Mpaee con. ls me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
Ami ull eruption of the akin, Jibe ointment i
inoit invaluable. It does not heal exlernn'.ly
alone, but penetrates with tlie moot Biaithiinf
euuL'tato Uw very root of the evil.
InrariuMy cure the following: diseases
Disorder of tho Kidneys.
In all dleaes afli-eting these organs, whether
tber secrete too tnueh or too little water: or
whether Utey be aluicted witli atune or rmvel . or
with aches and paiua aeUlol in the loin over the
n-Kloua of Ui kidneva. tiieae I'lll kIu.ii'., I lu
keu according o the minted direellan. ami tin.
Ointment should he Well rubbed into the mnull ni
the back at bed time. This treatment will iriva
almost immediate relief when all other meuna
nave tmu. .
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so ellectually improve die
tone of the stuniai'.h aa these rilltlity remove
mi muy ocuaaioiiati an lie r py intemperance r
improper iia-i.it nwyTeacn u,e liTer anil reduce
It to a healthy Sctfrni ;they are wonderfully tllica-
noun in eases oi pusiu in tact tney never lull in
cuniiK an uittoruera o. tne liver and stomach.
HOLLOWAY'S 1'ILLS are Uie beet known in
tha World for the following disease i .lima
Asthma, Eilloua Complaints, lllotchea on the
.-Kin, noweia. consumption, iemnrr, lmpy,
Dysentery, Eryile!m, Female Irrefrularitiea
Kevers ol all kinds, fits, Uout, HeadactM, indi
rection, lndannun'lon. Jaundice. .Liver Com
plaint!, Luinbaxo. I'llea, liheutuatitni. Reten
tion of urine, scrofula or King's Kvil, ora
inroau, nioue au 1 (.ravel iiivnoulonreux.
juniors, l icers, ironnsoi mi iinus, Meainesa
from any cause, etc.
IMPORTANT CAUTION". ;
None are iretiuine unleas the flnrnulnre rf .7
Itaydock, aa agent for the United Htates, sur
rounds each box of Pills, and Ointment. A
handsome reward will be riven to any one ren
dering such information aa may lead to the
detection of any party or partie couuterfeitinir
thi medicines or vending tlie same, kuowiuK
Uiem to lie spurious.
Sold at Uie manufactory of Professor Hot..
Loway A Co. , New York, and by all resiectahla
drugtfUU and dealers iu medicine throughout
the civilized world, in boxes at 2 cents, t2
cents and SI each.
tf There is considerable savins; bv takintr the
li. liirecnons for the fruidanee of patients
in every disorder are. allixed to each box
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St. Nicholas for 1877,
Which open with November, 1870, begins
A short and very entertaining serial from
the r'rencu, "Tne Kingdom of the Greedy,"
a story adapted to the Thanksgiving season.
Another serial, ol absorbing interest to boy s,
"III.S OWN MASTKll,"
By J. T. Trowbridge,
author of tbe "Jack Hazard Stories," be
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IteMdc serial stories, Christmas stories
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The Christmas Holiday Number of
Superbly illustrated, contains a very inter
"THE HDYS OF MY BOYHOOD,"
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The Uor?e Hotel." a lively article, by
t'hsrlcs A. Barnard, splendidly illustrated ;
The Clock In tbe sky," by Kit-hard A.
I'roctor; "A Cbrixtmaa Day for Home or
Sunday-schools." by J r. Kgcrleston ; "The
1'cterkins' Christmas Tree." bv Lucretia
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lutcreht any series on popular seieuce re
cently giveu to the public.
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