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;i!R0 BUSINESS HOUSES,
Nolo.-. Any buslneM arm can have three II
in UliK column nwwr 'i'"t""r
auhtratr of $1 .50 r month or
Hardware, SlOeS ea)l TIR Wore.
a uni rvraler intorea.Tland Hard
wnre, Oaiden end KimWl' Implement, Wire
oods, llefri--ratir. Pnmpi and Udder.
1 1 i t ooamernal Avenue. Muttering, and Job
Work done on enort notice.
.1. S.McOAHKY-Ien1erlnh.an1 and toft Inin
lr, flooring, railing, aiding anil rfe.
biiulKT, lath ami shingle. Office and yard
rorner Twentieth street and Washington avenue
LANCASTER A KICK-Dealers in sash.
tltMirn, blinds, etc., hard anil soft liimlr an J
hingtea. lard ana onii. oiinniinutt avenue,
-oruer 1 7lh street.
I. HAItTM AN Denl-r In Ctueenswarc. Toys,
I jui ami all kind of fancy erticl". Cornmer
-al avenue, corner i.th (tract. ,
WILLIAM WIVTKIl-Sitth street IitIwkii
: biuuwrciul arrow ami Washington avenue.
nothing anal Merchant Tailoring-.
.IOII.N AVI KIM -Merchant Tailor and dialer
lu Keady Made Clothing. Ohio I .free.
Real r.alale Agenrlra.
M. .1. HOVYLKY-lbal Lstate Agent. Buy
and mII real nuic, collect renin, iiaya lain
lor non -resident, eli'. Coiiimerfial ayeuiie, be
tween Ninth and 'lentil lrn-Ui.
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St. Louis & Chicago
The only Hoed Running Two
Daily.Traina from Cairo,
M Wis. &Mnto
Treihe Leave Cairo
5:50 p.m. Kant Express, arriving in ft.
Louis p. m.; Chicago, a.ia.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VILLE PAST LINE
Arrivinrtn Cincinnati :), 'a.m.; Ixmls
ville, h:2"i. a m : :nd!sr.apolH, 4. IS a.m.;
I'aimengcr by tbi train arrive at above
07 ANT OTHER K0UTE.
Ii;t0 p. m. t Mail with aleeper attach
ed. for !T. Lot IS ami CHICAGO,
arriving in M. Loul at QiM a.m. Chi
cago at 4.30 p.m. Connectibg at Odiu
or Elliogham for Cincinnati, Loulvillc
FAST TIME EAST
ruani by tbi line go through to
the East w ithout any delay caused by
The HATL'KDA Y AFTERNOON Tit A IN
r"K M CAlRu ARRIVES IN NEW
YORK MONIiAV .MURM.NO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTIIKtl ROl'TE.'
Advertisements of coiiielinr lines that
they make better time than tbi one, are
are Issued either through ignorance or a
desire to uiialead the public.
For through ticket anil Inlorui itlon,
it lily nt Illinois Central U. K. lepot, Cairo.
Oen'l Southern Agt.
J. H. Joxie. Ticket Agt.
Ilolloaay cilia awtl OiiiliHenl.
ferolula was cou.i Jcred Incurable until
beK"et Jitoovery of 'Holloway'a l'illa
an 1 O itient" ilinhed upon the world.
OUcaii's uliku bullied the (.kill of the
medical m hool", readily yield totheie peer-It.'-,
r uicdicn. Scurvy, rrykipelaa, salt
rheum, itch, aud all cutaneous eruption
are curable by them. Twenty-live ceubi
per box or pot.
It in now concxHlod tlmt Mrs. Coleman,
tt.e latimlresg, No. 12 Fourth Ktrect, tip-
vwi Vaslnntoii and Commercial ave
nue, lias one of the best conlm t'il laun
lry eKtahlLshments In the city, and land
.ords of hotels aud boarding houses will
lind it to thrir adrantno to call upon
We will pay no bills for goods or mor
tlmndisc purchased for the Kvu.kti.n
by any ol the omploycs, tinlcci Uio pur
hasiis made on a written order signed
l)y tlRi prrnidoiit or ecrt'tary of tlie com
any. C'aibo Bulletin Co.
ReMl;r fur itiiaiueaa Agaiu.
Editor Bulletin : I take pleAure iu
calling the attention of the public to the
tac-t that I I.ave rebuilt and re-estab-
lijlied tliA ITt-tnn Ttalary ou tba eita of
the building :atly lost by tire on Corn
uiercial avenue, between Four Hi aud
Sixth streets, w here I will be pleased to
welcome all my old patrons as well as ail
who desire a good artkle of bread, cakes.
confections, etc. Fbnk Kkatky.
IaQan's Magnolia Balm preserve
aud restores the complexion ; removes
; freckles, tan aud sallowness ; makes the
skin soft, white and delicate. 1U appll
. ration eannot be detected.
Lyon' JCathairgx makes beautiful,
Kloesy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ng out or tmulnnf gray. It has stood
the test of 40 years. Is charmingly per
lunied and has no rival.
Jefl Brown has taken charge ol the
barber shop on Eighth street, uear Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
iharapert. Jefl is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give him a
call aud satlsly yourselt. U
Go to Saui Ullmaft lor llue liquor o
all kinds. KeA't iiew building, Eighth
; ACAfN LOOU. NU. 61.
Snifflila of Pythlaa, nwU tvery Tri
nay sight at hair past Mvan. in Udl
llowa' Uall. - .. i. Ifowa,
ALEXAftOltR I.OIHJE. NO. S3.
Iniiftirnilent Onlrr of 01d-il-
t J Iowa, meeta every Tbnrarlay aiffht
athair-fiaataevea, in ineir aaiina
Tommeroial avenue, between bixUi and Seven ta
nta M ill a. llAwaixa, M. u
lAIHO -NCAMIiTNT. I. O. O. T., tneeia
Odd-re llowa' Hall on the dritt and third
i m ailay lu every month, at balf-paet aeven
. A . Commiw. V P
a CAIKOI.OKHK. N( rn.A.r. a A. at.
-mXf Hold reriilar eonirnanieatloM in Ma
aonlc Hall, comer CommereuJ avenue
' and KIkIiIIi atreei, on the aeooml and
Viiirth Momlav ol earb month.
nATi'Jt or AnvEavriftiau.
rfAll billa Mr avertltinr, are due and pay
able I If ADVAMCB
Transient advertieinR Will tie inaerted at tba
rate of tl M per square for the Ural inaertion
and Tii) null for each iibsequent one A lilwral
discount will be niaile on standing and did
Tot inserting Funeral notice II 00 Notice ol
meeting of aocletiee or secret orders So cents for
Church, Rociety, Festival ami Pupper notices
Will only be inserted as ailvertiaeinenui
Ko ailvertiaenieat will be received at leu than
6li rente, and no advertisement will lie inserted
for ltt than three dollars per month
I.OC'AI. IUSIJII.SS SMITH'S.
Of one square (M lines space) or more, in
serted in tho IUillktis as follows : (Uss
than one siitiare rounted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ M
Two insertions p-r square '
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square... - 2 50
One month per square 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or lor longer time,
SATURDAY, MAKCTI 17, 1S77.
TO CASDI DATES!.
No rniatnarrmriil will be lnerlel
In the Hnllellm unleM. ihrranarr ar-
vmpante Uta aaine. Thla rnle Jn
mralle. RAILS Annoanre
mrnU lor rlly Oltteea, ; AlUeriunn,
l or lly rierk.
Wa are authorized to aiinouuna Jatuea W ,
Steaart a a canilnlate for re-ci:tion b the of
fl.e of City Clerk at the aipruacllng charier
for 4'lly 1 reaaorer.
W are authorlml to announce K. M. StorkJ
fti lli mt a randi'Ute for re-elertion to the utilise
of City Ireaaurer at the approaching eltctioa.
Far Follee Maclatrate.
We are autborned 10 aanouacaThottiaa Lewis
as a candidate at tli enduing charter election
fur Hollo Magistrate .
anllmrized la annonnre John i. rlird
a eandHlata for re-election at tin coming
charter election to the offire of 1'ulii Magia
trate. leaJ WotUBuB aVeaor.
CAiao, III.. March l. Uil.
II :ll '
Sergeant. Hutual bervlne, V. 8. A.
The Celebrated Author, Aelor, Mlnile
Mr. John Thompson
In hit world famous specialty drama
TRUE TO THE LAST,
In which he will impersonate
Nine Different Characters
Supported by an Efficient Company.
Admission M and 75 cent. Keserved
seats at llaruuaus, without extra charge.
We hare this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
Of the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., Khould be sent to him or left at
this olllce. We t)cspeak tor him the lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon us His assortment ot
moulding is complete, prices beyond
competition and lie guarcntecs satisfac
tion in all cases.
Ciro, Oct. 10, 1S7G.
U Cairo Bulletin Co.
Wood 1 S'oal 1 1 Wood 1 1 I
On and alter the 20th inst., the under
signed will fill orders lor
Stove wood, per cord M $1.60
Block ' " 400
4-loot " " " 3.25
Big muddy coal, (1 ton) 3.50
" tcar-load) 3.25
Uarrisburff coal. (1 ton) 3.23
" (3 tons) 3.00
Leave orders at No. 34 Eighth street,
and they will receive prompt attention
Coal and wood delivered to any part of
the city. l22-lni. F.M. Ward.
Muet bo Sold Out.
Until March Cth, I will sell my atock ol
glass and qucensware
AT ACTUAL COST.
If the stock Is not all sold at the date
above stated the remainder will be sold
at auction. My object in closing out
this class of goods Is to mako room tor a
large stock of groceries and produce.
Sale positive. Call aud examine goods.
3 23-tt. No. 133 Washiugtou avenue.
' ' A Card.
1 To all who are guttering from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
voh8 weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. Send a self-addressed
euvelope to the Key. Joseph T.
iaman. Station D. Bible House, New
Loral I tenia.
Tin public library will open to-day.' v
r r ia
John Carter and O. F. Meyer ol
Mound City were in Cairo yesterday.
Dr. t). Yf. Dunning and Mr. l W.
Barclay have returned from Chicago.
Mrs. F. Weil Is selling her household
furniture at private sale. 38 Tenth street.
Mr. James 9. Morris and James Bell,
both of I'll in. were in the city yerter-day.
Col. McKcaig returned from Wtsh
lgton on Friday tnornlng. We suppose
ha colonel has the post office matter all
County court will be In session next
week tor the transaction ol law and
criminal business. A number of jury cases
win oe tried.
Smokers are happy again, bec.iuso
Sain I'llman Is back again, and has
I rought a lri-r.li supply ot those excellent
5 cent cigars. 2-22-lm
Over 600,000 txdtles ol Dr. Bull's
,'ongh Syrup are sold every season, and
thousands ol persons saved from an un
A good many iHitnocraU are advocat
ing a straight ticket lot municipal ollioers
at the coining election. So far as the
Bulletin Is concerned we are ready for
W. W. Boyt, county clerk of Johnson
county, and O. A. Ilarker, Esq., ol Vi
enna, were in the city on business yes
terday, and left for home by the Cairo
aud Vlnccnnes railroad this morning.
Judge Mulkey, who was at Jonesboro
attending the I nioa county circuit court,
is at home again. Ho will return to
Jonesboro on Tuesday next to ttend to
an important cae set for trial on that
The baggage car of an Illinois Central
train ran oil" the track ou Ohio levee near
Fonrth street yesterday afternoon. It
was got back on the track aaln
and the train was delayed but a few
A large number of the proprietresses
of the bawdy houses of the city have been
before Judge Bross in the county court
within the la.t few days. Three or four
of them were fined twenty-five dollars
and costs of court, while the others had
their casts continued to the next term of
So far as we hare been able to learn
there is no clue to the parties who bur
glarized so many houses in this city on
Wednesday night. There can be little
uoubt however, that whoever the thieves
are, they are parties who make Cairo
their home, and are well posted as to
where to strike for booty.
The Odd Fellows will have another ol
their pleasant family sociables in their
hall on next Monday evening. March 19.
And all the members with their families
are requested to be in attendance at 8
o'clock sharp. Visiting brothers are
cordially invited to attend.
2t. Harmon IT. Black, Secretary.
Mr. Thomas Lewis is announced in
this Issue ot the Bulletin as a candidate
for police magistrate. Mr. Lewis is an
old citizen of Cairo and known to almost
every voter within its limits. He is a
good lawyer, and his qualifications to
discharge the duties ot the offloe cannot
be questioned. He is belore the people
and asks their support.
A report was in circulation in the city
yesterday to the effect that Al. Debauu,
the lime manufacturer at L'llin, had died
suddenly on Thursday morning. There
seems to be no truth in the report. Mr.
Jas. Bell was at Ullin yesterday morning,
and if there had been any grounds for
the report lie would have heard it.
Guests registered at Herbert's yester
day were W. C. (ompton, Cincinnati ;
L. Adkins, Cincinnati ; Dr. Jacob Cohn,
Louisville; II. T. Bigot, St. Louis; II. E
Durrett, St. Louis ; John Carver, Water
loo, Illinois; Chas. Wiljiers. Lawrence
Co., Ohio ; A. M. Fergurson, Ballard Co.,
Kentucky ; J. r . doing , Cincinnati; W.
Morlio, St. Louis.
Henry Brelhan has concluded ( erect
a brick building on the vacant lot at the
corner of Commercial avenue and Fonrth
street, opposite the Cairo and Vinecnnes
ticket onice. The material lor the new
building is being put on the ground.
When completed it will be occupied by
Mr, Breihan as a soda water manufactur
Dr. Jocelyn, has had several year ex
perience in dentistry In St. Louis, and is
competent oi treating the most diilicult
cases ot all kinds. All work warranted
to give entire satisfaction, or no charge
will bo uiudt'. Prices low, to suit the
times. To any one desiring dent ibtry done
it will be to their advantage to call upon
Dr. XV. C. Jocelyn. Ofllce on Eighth
street, between Washington and Com
mercial avenues, Cairo, Illinois. 3-0-tf
I always have been aud still am sole
proprietor aud manufacturer of Dr. Wm
Wood's Fever Pill. Any one selling a
Wood's Fever Fill not made by rae, will
bo prosecuted to the full extent of the
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Bwoboda's, F. ilealy's. P. G. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my ofllce,
Sold lu 50 ct. aud $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage jiald on receipt of price,
d&w-tf. Dr. Wm. Wood.
i The wlq man '' endoayors to galulie
goou will of everybody ; he Is, however,
not invulnerable to hate. He hates those
who delight in polutlug out the weak
nesses ot others ; those who coudemn
those iu high plaoes without knowing
the motives by which they are actuated,
sod those who in their blind obillnancy,
refuse to see that then is no soap In the
market to be corn pared with B. T. Bab
bitt's Best Soap.
Mayor Winter Is not In favor ol a party
eontest for municipal officers. Ha be
lieves the field should be left open to all
comers, and give every man who wants
to ran a chance to enter the rar for
mayor or any other office. Mr. Winter
disclaims connection with either of the
political parties, and knows that it party
lines were drawn he? would tie left out In
the cold. He don't waat any politics in
the race, for the reason that it would ef
fectually squelch Jack Winter.
O. Haythorn of O. Haythorn A, Co.
leaves to-lay for Bostcn and New York.
As goods hare now declined to about
old prices they will have 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 oiler
Inducements to retail buyers thatcaunot
be found any where in tho state outside
of Chicago. They will also keep a com
plete lino of goods, notions, hats, etc.,
Among the guests nt tlio Planters'
House yesterday were O. W. aud J. 11.
Wallar, Hamilton Co., Ills.; W. Baro,
Burlington. Iowa; 11. Cum, St. Louis;
J. H. lllnkhaw, St. Louts ; J.C. Hnrly,
St. Louis j C. W. Whitlock, Philadel
phia ; J. S. Atkins, Maine; John B. Jor
dan, St. Louis; W. B. Richter, Peters
burg, lvj-.;Mrs. S. Bird, and .Miss Phil
lips, Bird's Point ; J. S. Morris, Ullin;
Mrs. A. J. Alden and family, Anna,
Ills.;M. Norris, Cincinnati; C. Knight,
Kankakee, Ills.; W. E. lies?, St. Louis ;
J. it. Mackintosh, Indianapolis.
A man named Geo. Etnerson was ar
rested by Constable John Cain and Chief
of Police Gossman at a down-town
bawdy house on Thursday iiight. Em
erson is from De Kalb county, this state,
where he is charged with defrauding a
woman named Grant out of upwards of
a thousand dollars worth of property
Sheriff it. J. Holcoinb, ot De Kalb coun
ty, traced Emerson to Cairo, and followed
close upon his heels, arriving here on
Monday. He informed Cain aud Gor
man of his business and asked their as
sistance la bagging Emerson, aud he was
"taken In" as above stated. Sheriff IIol
corub returned to De Kalb county with
his prisoner on Friday afternoon.
A special dispatch from Anna to the
St. Louis Republican, under date of
March 15th, says : "The committee of
the Illinois honse of representatives to
select a site for the Southern Illinois pen
itentiary arrived here yesterday and de
parted to-day for Springfield. They
seemed Impressed with our quarries ot
fine building-rock, abundance of pure
spring-water, quantity and variety of
Umber for manufacturing purposes, our
proximity to coal and railroad facilities.
The citizens of Union county gave them
a cordial reception, the mayor of Anna
and Jonesboro, together with county
and city officials participating. If we get
justice, the Southern Illinois penitentiary
will be located here."
A person signing himself "A Voter"
bad a communication in the Sun last
evening. "V oter" doesn't say so, but
evidently he was one of the citizens who
carried on "Cuhl's meeting," and our
report of that interesting aflalr offended
him, whereat he rushed Into print and
relieved himself by letting loose at the
Bulletin a quantity of harmless stufl
intended to be very severe. Now, really,
the meeting was a very P. Cuhl-iar one
as we reported it, only considerably
more so. Did "Voter" ever hear of the
poet who once upon a time wrote "as
funny ns he could ?" Why. it we had
given a verbatim report of that meeting
me readers ol the Bulletin would have
thought we were trying to imitate that
noted humorist, and we shudder to think
ot what would have been their .fate the
most ol them would have "died a-laugh-
Prominent among- the arrivals at the
St. Charles yesterday were : F. A. Wip
pera, S. Halley, A. Coleman. W.J. Bur-
dem, C. II. Pearce, E. C. aebring. J.
Douglas, and II. E. Duval, St. Louis;
. A. i.using, Jas. Schinger, C. Martin,
New York ; II. Jasner. J. Patrick. A.
O. Hard andR.M. Splcer, New Orleans ;
Vt.C. compton. E. C. Kentham. Chi.
clnnatl; J. J. Keagan. Sr. T.AnUt v i
Fowler, New Orleans; D. Duncan,
uaruwcu, ivy.; r. Jenkins, .'and T. C.
aiarsnau, isianuvllle: J. J. Miers and
A. D. Vangant, Memphis ; W. W. Dud
ley, l. iv. aieiiay and wife. n. A. 7pI.
lcr, Chicago ; 11. J. Holcoinb, Delvalb,
Co.; Ills; 0.;B. Skinner, Cleveland; G. B.
Sherman, Louisville ; J. L. Lees, Moline.
Ills; W. C. Hull. Rol ivae 'IVnn , V
F. Wall, Cavo in Itoek : II. If Inlr niifl
jonn Auams, ruiiey'g Mills, Williamson
county, ins; w. W. Boyt and O. A.
ine regular weekly sales of tobacco
took place at the Farmers' and Planters
warehouse yesterday. At the Farmers'
warehouse, Messrs. This tie wood & llin
kle, proprietors, fourty hogsheads were
said, nearly all of the tobacco being of
an inferior quality. 1 1 is always under
stood, however, that the poorer qualities
of tobacco are hm marketed. The sea
san, too, has been anything but favorable
lor nanauug teat louacco, and it is not
expected that much good will be alaced
upon the market at present. There was
a good attendance of buyers, both
uomo anil ioreign. ine sales at the
Farmers' were satisfactory la almost
every Instance, and there wore but few
rejections. The sales wero 17 hhds.
lugs, as follows : $3 43; 3 33; 4 75; 4 so
3 35; 4 40; 3 40; 3 50; 3 CO; 3 90; 3 45;
3 85; 4 55; 3 65; 3 80; 3 70; 4 93. 21
hhds. low to medium leaf $7 70; 1 40;
G 25; 8 25; 7 75; 5 00; 0 00; 6 00; 6 05;
0 70; 7 l5; 5 CO; 7 05; 8 05; fi 95; 5 os.
5 30; 7 10; 5 CO; 7 40; C 60; C 00;
C 53. At the PlanterV warehouso
20 hhds., were sold, nearly all an
Inferior grade. Sale were 17 hhdi.
lugs at $3 70; 4 80,3 60; 3 90; 3 25;
4 25; 3 43; 3 40; 3 30; 3 ;10; 4 05;
4 C6; 3 40; 2 80; 4 05; 3 90; 3 40. 9 hlids.'
low to medium leaf $5 20; 6 05; 5 7;
00; 6 80; 6 90; 5 23; 8 85; 0 CO.
The following Is a list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the post office at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Satur
day, March 17, 1877:
' Ladies Booker, M.; Brown, Flora;
Collens, Joanna ; Couletine, Ellen ; Des
mond, Eliza; Dixon, E.; Fisher,
Katie.'; Green, Thomas; Goodman, Jane;
Henry, Dolly; Howard. Alice;
Jones, M. J.; Keshlcr, S. E.; Markle J.;
Sommcr Annio ; Sawyer, Maggie M.j
Stout, E. T.: Stevenson, Clara; Taylor,
Elizabeth; Wildrcn, Elizabeth ; West,
Maggie; Youngker, Jenny; Yarbry,
GcnU Baker, Charles A.; Clark, C.
S.; Clark, II. J.; Conroy, Pat.; Crlstie,
Ilobt; Cavanaugb, Thos.; Eastwood, Al
fred; Ellis, S. II.; Freeman, T. J.;
Frazcr, Sylvester; Goodrich, J.; Hill,
Goo.; Harvey, J. C; Harris, It. H.;
Hill, Thos, XV. ; Ilogan, Wm.; Jones,
Albert,; Johnson, C. W.; Hemp,
Bcnj.; King, Albert; ncyscr, A.;
Kavauaugh, Jas.; Kelley, P.; Lewis, L.
F., Loyd, U.; Leonard, Horace ; Leigh
ton, Tim; Mlnton, A.; Meyer, J. II.;
Medley, L. F.; Oakley, C. P.; Owens,
Ihos. W.; Payson, U. U.; Kaudall, J.
K.; Rodgers, J. K.; Thomas, Allen;
Tape, Chas. M.; Williams, A. J.; Wcnlcr,
Henry ; Wood, M.
Persons calling for any ot tho above
letters will pleaso say "advertised."
Geo. XV. MoKeaio, P. M.
A Ilea tilt of Obatrneled Dictation.
Among the hurtful consequence of ob-
rtrjeted digestion, Is the Impoverishment
of the bioed, and since a daterlatlve con
dition of the vital fluid not only produces
a dangerous organle weakness, 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. Uostettcr's Stomach Bitters
is preclsly the remedy for this purpose,
since It stimulates the gastric luices, con
quers those bilious aud evacuajive irregu
larities which Intcriere with the digestive
processes, promotes asaimilation of the
food by the blood, and purities as well .as
enriches it, The signs of improvement in
coneequenco of walng the bitters are
speedily apparent In accession of vigor, a
a gain in bodily substance, and a regular
aud active performance ot every physical
Tbo Trade Winda
Are produced by the 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, after being tempest-tossed
and worn, as productive of a
season of rest. For weeks they some'
time do not touch a sail, bounding honie
ward through fields of sea weed alive
with minute shell-fish, and observe the
play of the grampus, porpoise, bonita,
and tlie terrified flight of Jthe 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 tlie bead seas of
disease and suffering, and make life's lu
ture a pleasant voyage! Yes, such can
be effected by using the Homo Stomach
Bitters. 3-2-1 m
Positively the Beat.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Uorehound 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
nent4'cure of coughs, colds, croup, whooji
ing cough, bronchitis, asthma, and all
disease! of consumptive type. It will
thoroughly eradicate these alarming
symptoms In one-half the time required
to do so by any other medicine. It is
purely vegetable, and sontaina not a par
tide of opium or other dangerous drug.
It never fails. Every bottle guaranteed
to perform exactly as represented. Bar
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Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrnp, which Is sure death to
worms, pleasant to take and reqnirc3 no
physic, rrice, 25 cents. Try it.
For Hale or Lcnae. 1
A good farm, containing 120 acres
good frame dwelling, orcluurd and all nec
essary out-bulldlngs. Land all under
fense and in cultivation except 8 acres
The land is unincumbered and title per
test. This farm Is located three-fourths
of a mile from the Mississippi river, back
of Wolt Island Stores, Mississippi county,
Missouri. For further information ap
ply at the Bulletin ofllce, Cairo, 1111 ;
nols. 21-d &w lm
Flue Rcaldenre for; or Bent.
The verr de.irublu property known as
the "Aubrey pruperty." corner ot ITol.
brook avenue und Twenty-second street.
For tale or rent ou ea.-y terms. Apply
to 3-C-tf. , B. F. Blahs.
Wa l)rAHTMKT. Kivcm Kkpot, I
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; . ARRIVED.
Steamer James FUk, Puducah.
. " ' Urand Tower, Vicksburg.
T ,f jjjiima, NBh.Yllk.
. T. W. Aliuus, bU Louis.
. Boe and barges, St. touts.
Cons Millar, Memphis,
, , , , . WKrAKTfcP,
Steamer Jaines F) VadticVu.'
Grand Tower, SU Louis.
T. T, HlllDian, Knshvlllr. '
" C. W. Aadwna, Narhyllle.
" ' O. VT.Oarrett, tWlnnalL
M Bee and barges, New Orleans.
" Cons Millar, Cincinnati. v?
Business on the wharf was fair. Th
weather was warm and pleasant, tin tn
bet ween two and three o'clook. when a
stifl north wind act In and In less than
an hour the tliermometer kll 15 de
gree. The wind was very trons
and the Garrett, and one or two other
Imats which hnd left port for the tipper
lo, returned and tied un at the Ken.
tacky shore opposite the city. The Ohio
river rose one foot seven inches dur
ing tho twenty-lour hours ending
five o'clock last evening The
Cons. Miliar from Memphis arrived at
fire o'clock last evening, and left shortly
after for Cincinnati The Fisk came
dowa on time and brought a fair trip.
WE ARE GOING TO MOVE
And hence offer our entine
stock of goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and
Caps. Boots end Shoes, Gents'
Furnishing Goods, eto. AT
COST. Tbis Is no dodge.
These goods must be closed
out within thirty days.
142 Commercial Ave.
Public notice Is hereby given that bv
virtue of an order of the county court of
the County ol Alexander in tbo State ot
Illinois, rendered at the December term
of said court, A. D. 1875. I, Hani ion 11.
MiacK administrator de bonis non ol the es
tate of Loui Naanno,lale of ald county,
.AA..J : n -..11-. - . . t 1 : . .
Mr-vumrm. win evu ml mioiic trniiuc on me
10th day of April. A. 1. 1877. at the west
doorot of the .Court House in the city of
ciuiro oeiween tne nours ot ten o'clock In
the forenoon and II vo o'clock in the after
noon of the same day to tho highest bidder
to pay the debts or the said Louis Masanno
deceased, the following described real
estate, situate in the county of Alexander
and the 8tate of Illinois to-wit :
Lots numbered four (4). five (!). and (S).
in block numbered seventeen (17), lu the
first addition to the city of Cairo, and the
southeast quarter of section twelve (1'i),
towninip eixteeniiti), south range two C-'j,
Subject to the homestead interest of wid-
dow and family In and to said lot eight in
block seventeen, and to the widow's
dower in said real estate.
Terms of sale : Ono -halt of purchase
money to be cash In hand upon approval of
sale aud delivery of deed and one halt on
c edit ot six months, purchaser to eive
security and trust deed on the premises to
(tenure me remainder ot purchase money
Dated March, (tn, 1877.
UATtMON IL BLACK.
3-MW. Administrator debonas non, etc.
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