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iMfiO' BUSINESS HOUSES
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ata.L Any beslnre ffl eaa hv tore line
para, In this cotama nader appropriate anolng
Bite rate of ti.fto per mouther an aw year
payable quarterly la advance.
Hmmi V Ware.
A. HALl.KY-ra1eTliov,TlnBl Hun).
War. Uantraand rarmers' Implements, Wir
4uia. HWViinmton. Paroe and Ladders.
Hrn:iiantaJ Avaaae. Cluttering, aad Job
Work done MnMuat
J. 8 . MflO AH EY-IHwU-r In herd and soft Inia
U, flooring, ceiling, aiding and surf-oed
tunilr, UUi awl ahlngle. OIBce and yard
luiDi'l Twentieth street ami Wantiinglon JTenuw
I.ANCARTKR A KICK-Deeler In sath,
ibiora, blinds, nr.., hard anl soft lumber ami
Miiaglea. Vard aou allice. Cwtmacrrial avenue,
orw r 17 Ui street, w . .
U. H AHTM AN DeslT lb Qneeasware, Toy,
lamp and all kinds of tinner srticp-s. Cotlilurr--"ut
avanue, cornrr Ui street. I
WILLIAM vYINTKfl-Hixth tm-t betweeu
lowiuerctal avenue ami Wailuaiton avenue.
. latblaia; a aid Mr reliant Tailoring.
JOHN ANTRIM -Merchant Tallr and rt.alr
In Keady Made Clothing. 7 Ohie Levea.
Heat Katat Agearlca.
M. .1. HOWI.KY-Kenl Estate Agent. Buys
aud fells real esUte, collect rents, pays tain
lor tinn-K-iiiU'Ubi.fU:. Coiiinu-rciai avenue, be
1 wi Ninth anil Tenth street .
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
The Shortest and
St.Loui8 & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
DailyTrains from Cairo,
Trains Laav Cairo
210 p.m, Fast Express, arrlvlog. la St.
Louis 8:r0 p. to.; Chicago, 7 :!10, a.m.
320 p.m, CINCINNATI fc LOUIS
VILLE FAST LIKE
Arriving In Cincinnati 8:10, '.m.; Louis
ville, t:!ii, a.m.; Indixnapoli, 4:15 a.m.;
Passenger ,y this Wain arrive at above
OF AXY OTKEB XOUTK.
Uvfl p. id. K at Mail with sleepers attach
eil. for ST. LOCI and ClilCAliO,
arriving In St. Louis at 6:.'W a.m. Chi
cago at 4JW p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Kriingham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
Passengers by tUi a line go thiouK'li to
tbe Kat without any delay caun-d by
The SATUItUAY AKTKRNOON TRAIN
H:M C'AIIKJ AKRIVKS IN NEW
YORK MONDAY MOBA1NU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTIIKlt UOITTK.
AdvarttM'menU or competing llnea tliat
thay make taller tltua than Ibla one, are
are litxued either through ignorance or a
denlre to miaiead the public
Kor through tii-ket end inlonnation,
apply at llllnotH Central K. K. lepot, t'airo.
0-n'l Southern Agt.
J. 11. JoKEa, Ticket Agt.
l lnl'l'lui UMBdrjr.
It in now coiicodftl that Mrs. Coleman,
rt lumidres", No. 12 Fourth Btret t, be-
auc, has one or th U-nt conductwl latin
Jry fstablUhmt'nts in Uttt i-y. Hnj land-
.wrdi of lioU-ls aid boarding house M;u
Slid it to their advantage to rail upon
We will pay no bill for kxhU or ui r
tbandiae j.tircliasod for the Bt i.lktin
by any ol tl employes, unlea the pur-
t base id inadti on a written order Binned
by the president or secretary of the rom
pany. Cairo Ui llktin Co.
ilulloteaj'a fllle aad Olnlitieul.
Scroiula wa cob.iilcre J incurablu until
be great discovery of 'Holloway'ii 1'ille
and O U'cut" flashed upon the world.
Jiieai4eR which battled the kill ot the
anudlcal achool, readily yield to these peer
less remedies. Scurry, eryaipelas, slt
rheum, itch, and alt cutaneous eruptions
are curable bv them. Twenty-live cent
per box or pot.
far BaaiuM Asaia.
Kditou Bullktin : I take pleasure In
aliin? the attentiou of the public to the
tart that I have rebuilt and re-estab-
lihhed the Union Bakery on tbe filte of
the building lately lout by Ure on Com
mercial avenue, between rourtli ana
Sixth street, where I will he pleased to
welcome till my old patrons as well as all
who desire a good article of bread, cakes,
confectiou9, etc. FitaXK Kratky.
Jefl Brown has taken charge ol the
barber shop on Eighth street, near Wash
Ington avenue, lately kept by Panlel
lampert. Jefl Is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give him a
,call and satlaly yourselt. tt
IUoan's Magnolia Balm preserve
' and restores tbe complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and sallowness ; makes the
skin aolt, white and delicate. Its appll
tatlon eannot be detected.
Lyon's Kathawon makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevents Its fili
ng out or turning gi ay. It has stood
tbe test of 40 years. Is.charmlngly per
turned and has no rivaL ;
Go to 8am Ulluaan lor line liquors o
all kinds. Nell's: new building. Eighth
Ifi fig HOURS
- aauaXon uumm, no. hV-
Kalakta f tyialae, toaate every Frl
day alubt at ball-paal atvan. ia Odd
rvllowa Hall . Mow a,
. Chaaaallo Commandar.
, AI.KXAKDCB L.OUUC, NO. tH
r lmlmrixlrnt Orrtr of Odd-Wri
L I Iowa, ainrtii every Thoradav aixht
1 1 i'-" at hall xm arvaiii in inir aan on
imntemial avenu. netwxea histh aiW Heventh
trl Wtu a. IUwin, N. M
' 1AIKO r.NCAMPMKNT, t. O. O. r.,nwta
yinixM-rniowa' Hall on the am and third
I iw-aday in every month, at balf-paat atva
A. lMIKMla 0 I
a rAJROLOUUK. NO.MT.A.r. A A. at
T Hold femur eotmniiakation ia aia-
JvJT Bnnii! IliiTl , onrner Cuounerrlal aveana
' and Kixhlti atnvt, in I he anoond and
ourui Montlav or each inonui.
KtTM ' ABVEIaTININM.
I J A II bill for advertisinK, are dne aad pay-
able lit ADVAKCa
Tranihaat a4verUia Will be lnaerted at tb
rata of fl U0 per square for the Brat inaertion
and ccala for each lUtMcquent ona A libtiral
diarouut will be Biatia oa atarxliug anil diil
rot inaertiug funeral notice tl 00 Notice ol
meeting of oc telle or secret order to tea ta for
riiarch, BoeMr, Teatival and Bapiirr notice
will only be inserted a advertisements
No advertineruent will be reoeivel at lea than
M nenla, and no advertiaenient will be inserted
for 1 than three dollars vn month
local nrni5it4ia noticks)
Of one square (H lines space) or mure, in
serUsd In the Blllktin as follows : (liess
(ban one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square... - $ b0
Two insertions tier square 7
Three Innertlons per square 1 00
Six Insertions per sfar 1 70
Two weeks lior square 2 50
One month per square 3 BO
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
WEDNESDAY, MAKCII 21, 1877.
lai lata Hulletln aales. ili maner
romsaalf tttr anma. Tbia rula ;is
Imprrallte. RATM Aaaoaar.
meat lar ritjr omrea, 3 ; Alderouan,
Tor CTIjr Clerk.
Wa are authorised In announce J antra W.
ft tp wart at a candidate for re-clcclion to lite of
line of City Clerk al the approaching charter
F.ditor Cairo Bulletin :
riraxc av to the voters ol Cairo that, yielding
to the aoliciutiona ot inanr menua.i i am a
candidate for the ollio ot city eierk, l the ea
tutng election. I need not assure ihos who
know ma that I will. If elected, devote my beat
effort to a faiUiful and aalialaetory diacliarireof
the duila of Ue pbaiUoa. ,ur iruij
g aau. o. nM.iu,
Far A lly Trcaaarer.
W t arc auUiriiel to anaonace Y. M. Stock;
fl.ih nti,Uu ti.w releallon lo the OIUC4
of City Treaaurej at the approaching electioa.
Far Faliea Matstrate.
W mrm uthnriiMt til announca TllomaS IeWlS
a a candidate at the aiuuing charter election
for folic klaglatrate.
Wear authorized to annonnce John J. Bird
a a candidate Kir re-eier.non ai n
charter election to tbe ollioe or foltce MagU
Irate. f.DtToa BcLLBTtw: Plea: announce , my
name a a candidal for U.a olttoa of'.lOUce
Magitrate.al Uieneit municipal airru-n.
iMeml WMlktr Bepan.
CAiao. Ixt., March JO IaT7.
vims. Baa. Tub. W ixd. Vat. Wbth
Tarn: Tl"" K fir
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S:ti" tJ.Utl 7i 8 H do
JAM EH WATSON,
Sergeant. Signal Service. U. 8- A.
Mrs. F. Weil la seUlng her household
furniture at private sale. . Tenth street.
Smokers are happy again, becaua
Sain Ullman is back again, and has
brought a in-sh supply ol those excellent
ii rent cigars. a-M-lm
llt'iue enlleaee far SJe ar Real.
The verr uesiraoie proiH-ny anunu a
Uio Aubrey property," corner ol Hol-
brook avenue and Twenty-second street.
For ale or rent on easy terms. Apply
to a-C ti. B. F. Blskk.
To all who are Buffering from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
litre you, free of chame. This great
r niedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-ad-drvsKfd
envelope to the lhv. Joseph T.
luman, StaUon D. Bible ilouse, New
Vork City. 1-30-Cui.
Far 8)ale or Leaaa.
A good farm, containing 120 acres
good frame dwelling, orchard and all nec
essary out-bnildings. Land all under
ense and in cultivation except 8 acres
The land is unincumtered and title per
IbM. This farm is located three-iourths
ot a mile from the Mississippi river, back
ot Wolt Island Stores, Mississippi county,
Missouri. For lurther Information ap
ply at the Bt i-LKTix office, Cairo, 11)1
Must be Male Out.
Until March 5th, 1 will sell my stock ol
glass and quecusware
AT ACTUAL COST.
If the stock Is not all sold at tho date
above stated the remainder will be sold
at auction. My object in closing out
this class of goods is to make room tor a
large stock of groceries and produce.
Sale positive. Call and examine gooas.
2-23-tt. No. 138 Washington avenue.
. rietnra Framing.
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ol thn Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to hlut or left at
this ofllce. We bespeak lor him tbe lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon us His assortment ol
mouldlug la complete, prices beyond
competition and he guarantees satisfac
tion In all cases.
Cairo, Oct. 10, 1876.
tl Caibo Bulletin Co.
eacal 1 la as a.,
Mr. P. W. Barclay ratumed from Chi
cago yesterday. : v
rrohafe Court was
day. - .
In seeiloa ytster.
lion. D. P. l.lnegar, '.after spending a
week or ten days In Chicago, returned
hotna on Monday evening. ; ; V ,
Bill Scotr "fat hossH la to be seen on
tbe streets every day now. That's a
"fast hoss," faster, when opportunity
oners, than Scott wants hint lo be.
Cant. VY. L. Hambieton, Capt. Davie
I liner, air. Crandall and Tom Anderson,
all of Mound City, were In town yester
day. Col, Sharer, loioierly of this city but
mare recently of Mound City, Is, we ste
told, about to have Southern Illinois lor
Kansas, where ha will make his home In
Nobody should go to church, or public
meeting, hacking away and disturbing
the preacher or orator with their rough.
Use Dr. Bull's cough tyrup at once ; tt
only costs 25 cents a bottle.
The lady who dropped a package 1
star braid and "everlasting" trimming
yesterday on Commercial avenue be
tween .Seventh and Eighth streets, can
reclaim the same by rilling at tbe Bll-
lktix office. -
Huberts, the great labor reformer. Is In
tbe city Jail. On Monday evening he
filled up ou cheap whisky, and then
"went for the police," and in turn the
police went for Roberts, ami he now
pineth within the walls of the city jail.
Cudgel thy brains no more about It.
Your dull ass will not mend his pace
with heating. When you are 8ked this
question next, 111 tell Dice what to an
swer, and be sure thou followest my in
structions. Say Babbitt say that B. T.
Babbitt's be.t soap, is of soaps the best.
The great object to be obtained Is a
clean record. Imputation Is merciless
ly slaughters 1 and the standard of moral
excellence t ainpled nnder foot lor po
litical greed. ' But if the record can't be
kept clean, there's no reason why the
skin should suffer. (Jet B. T. Babbitt's
best soap and your hide at least U safe.
Inquire at your grocer's.
The Sun reports a "blue glass case" in
Cairo. The Sun has certainly net beard
of the case of Capt, James F. Miller.
The Captain's Is beyond doubt the most
remarkable cure through the agency of
blae glass on record. Drs. James John
son and B. F. Blue will take pleasure in
Tbe burning of Mr. Fred. Sarbean's
house on Monday evening entails a
heavier loss on that gentleman than was
at .tirst supposed. Besides the des
truction of the bouse and all its contents,
there wai also burned about one thou
sand bushels of corn and between six and
eight '.tons of hay. Mr. Sarbaan es
timates his loss at ; between thirteen and
fifteen hundred dollars, lie had no in
Aa evening or two ago two negroes
went Into Mr. ileilbron's store on tbe
corner of Ninth street and Commercial
avenue, and while one ot them engaged
one of tbe clerks, the only person In
the store at the time, in the bar! part of
the room the other appropriated a full
suit of clothes valued at twenty-live dol
lars aud disappeared. The theft was
soon discovered and the police notified,
but so far no arrest has been made. P"
I always have been and still am sole
proprietor and mauiii acturer of Dr. Vm
Wood's Fever llUs. Auy one 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.
SwobodaV, F. liealy's. P. O. Sehuh's
Barclay Brothers, aud at my ofllce.
Sold in 50 ct. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid ou rei'cipt of price,
d&w-tf. Dn. Wm. Wood.
Dr. W.C.J occlyn.a graduate of the Mis
souri Dental college, desires respecltully
to inform the public that lie is prepared
to do everything pertaining to his pro
fession. To treat diseases of the mouth ;
to Insert cavitv Iilllug9 hi the most
thorough manner; to make artificial
teeth in the most workmanlike style;
to correct irregularities; and to extract
teeth absolutely without pain, using the
nitrous oxide gas, which is pleasant and
harmless. Prices are low. Office en
Eighth street between Washington and
Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illinois.
O. Haythorn of O. Haythorn &, Co.
I eaves to-day for Bosten and New York
As goods hayenow declined to about
old prices they will haye an advantage
over those who bought early and now
have their stock on hand. The Arm will
continue to keep the largest, and in every
way most complete stock of boots and
shoes in Southern Illinois, and will otter
Inducements to retail buyers that cannot
be found any where in the state outside
of Chicago. They will also keep acorn'
plcte line ol goods, notions, hats, etc.,
The annual examinations of the Cairo
public schools will take place next week.
Monday afternoon will be a time ol spec
ial Interest In the rooms taught by Miss
Rogers, Miss Illley and Miss Powers
Tuesday forenoon in the rooms taught by
Miss Phlllis and Miss Mch.ee; Tues
day forenoon and afternoon in the Thlr
teenth street Grammar school ; Wednes
day forenoon iu the rooms taught by
Miss Walbridge an J Miss Armstrong
Wednesday afternoon in those taught by
Miss Fosa and Miss Patterson. The
examinations of tbe colored scltools will
begin on Tuesday and conclude ou Wed
nesday. .Thursday aud Friday will be
devoted to the High School. Tbe public
are cordially invted to attend these ex
aminations. - - . .
. THX rOJUC 1CB00LI..,
Taa Tas-Parara' AaaaaiaMam a
tantmlitea ia laveaiige
Theae. - .
What th Committee law and Watt Thy
Tbink sf tt lenoolt.
Messars. Dr. Warduer, Alderman Kit
tenhonse, Mr. William McMalej Al.Stt
sanka, John Antrim ntid Mr. C. H.
Wood ward.couimlttee ot tfie.Tax-Payer's
association, accompanied by Messrs. W.
P. , HalUduy, Hsflonl, Thlstlewood,
Korscmeyer li Strattonj ami Geo,
Fisher, members of the board of
school directors, Visited J all the public
schools of tho city on
Monday afternoon., If we un
derstood the object ot tke visit on the
part ot tho committee of tax-p) er, it
was, as lar as possible, to atecitain the
condition and general working ot the
schools, the number ct teacher em
ployed, the number of scholars enrolled
and the average daily attendance, and we
believo the committee gained all the
information possible in the short time
spent in visiting the various departments
ot the schools.
MIS4 ROOKR'S ROOM.
The first school visited aas the
Eleventh street primary, Miss Rogers,
teacher. The committee spent half an
hour at this school, and during the time
heard one or two classes recite, aud at
the request of several of the members of
tbe committee, the little folks sang sev
eral songs and went through numerous
exercises. This is a model school, and
the members of the committee as well
as well as all the other gentlemen
present were delighted with what they
saw and heard.
THtRTKKNTII STREET fCnOOL.
Leaving the Eleventh Ktrett school the
party went to the Thirteenth street
building, aud visited the various depart
ments. In this buildinir tlicre are live
rooms, as lollows: No. 1, Miss Mollie
Riley teacher ; No. 2, Miss Meroc Pow
ers teacher; No. 3, Miss Josie Phillis
teacher; No. 4, Miss Nannie McKee
teacher, and No. 5, the Grammar school,
Miss Kate Thompson priaclpal with Mr.
Leach, assistant. It is impossible in
this article, to giro anything like an
accurate or detailed statement
of the branches taught in the
various departments of this buildinir
We can only say that the
committee, as well as the members ot the
board of directors and the othor gentle
men present, were highly pleased aad en-
tcrtained with the general working of the
whole school, and believe the teachers
are doing their entire duty and doing it
THK COLORED SCHOOL.
The party next viiited the colored
school over which Mr. Pinn presides as
superintendent There are four depart.
ments In this building, with an average
daily attendance in all departments of
two hundred and twenty scholars. No 1,
or the primary department, is taught by
Miss Maitting, an educated lady
and excellent teacher; No 2, by Jas.
Knott ; No 3, by G. A. Tan
ner, and No 4, or the G rammer
school, by Mr. Pinn, a graduate of Ober-
lin College, located at Oberlin, Ohio.
The colored schools are in a flourishing
condition under the present corps of
teachers, who are, as a whole, the most
efficient they have ever had. Dr. Ward-
ner, spokesman ol the tax-payers' com
mittee, addressed the school briefly, com.
plimcnting them . on their good
behavior and their apparent de
votion to their studies. He said
that as one of the committee he was satis.
fled with the management of the schools.
and he believed tbe otlier gentlemen on
the committee would agree with him.
Mr. A unilnuj akrd that the SoUool
sing a song, which they did with excel-
HIGH SCHOOL Ul'ILDINT,.
Leaving the colored school the party
went direct to the High School building,
and in turti visited all of the depart
ments iu tho building. As iu the Thir
teenth street building, there are five de
partments in the High school building.
These are presided oyer as follows : No .
1, Miss Walbridge; No. 2, Miss Ella
Armstrong ; No. 3, Miss Foss ; No. 4.
Miss Jennie Pattisnn, aud No.
5, or the High school, by
Prof. Alvord, assisted by Mrs. Al
vord and Miss. Pattersou. The commit
tee visited all ot the departments, but as
it was growing late, spent but a lew
minutes In each of the rooms, Nos.l, 2,
3 aud 4. . We may say. however that the
committee was much pleased with what
they saw and heard, and expressed them
selves satisfied that thn schools were iu
The party spent upwards of an hour in
the High School room, and had it not
beeu that It was alter four o'clock when
they arrived, they would havo spent
another hour there. Alt the classes.
with a single exception, had concluded
their recitations before the arrival of the
visitor!, and hence there was not much
to be seen or heard iu this respect. Tbe
only class to recite was one composed of
6ome of the more advanced scholars, aud
they gave a recitation in geology,
They were heard by Miss Paul
son ; and they went "so far back," and
talked about "things so ancient" that we
doubt very muck If there were more thau
one-third ol the visitors capable of giving
an Intelligent opinion as to their pro
ficiency. But the promptness with
which they answered every question pro
pounded, was proof sufficient of their
Then followed exercises in telegraphy,
and during the exercises it transpired
that there are a uumbcr of pupils In the
High school who ooul.l start luto the
world as "lull grown operators."
ASKING rOlt INFORMATION
At the conclusion of this exercise
Dr. Wardner inquired how many pu
pils there were In the school who under
Proh Alvord replied that there were
Dr. Warduer wanted to know how
much ol the time ot the pupils waoc
cuplcd learning telegraphy.
. Prof. Alvord said that the pnpils wLa
studied telegraphy came to 11 ' school
hwHiMhallsnhpurerere' regnlsr school
hours.' The time spent In' this study did
not come out of the time devoted to oth
er at. die. S, He believed, how.
ever, that the time was near
at hand when it would be a ftecessary to
teach telegraphy In our public schools as
It Is now to teach arithmetic'
Mr. Woodward said he thought there
Was not attention enough paid to teaching
arithmetic In the public school. Arithme
tic he regarded as the foundation of educa
tion. He did not know but he believed
the Germans excelled us In this respect.
Prof. Alvord said the publie examina
tion of the schools would take pla?e next
week,' and he hoped. Mr. Woodward
would be present and Bee what the pu
pils knew about arithmetic.
Dr. Wardner said while he was asking
questions he would like to know who
purchased the pictures, statuary and
bust In the High school room ?
Mr. Safford said they were all pur
chased without expense to the school
board. Some of tbe pictures, the bronze
bunts and the statuary were purchased
with money earned by the pupils by
giving concerts and exhibitions. He
said it had been charged that the piano
in tbe High school roam was purchased
by the school board. This was a mistake.
The piano was bought with money
raised by the pupils ol the schools by
giving concerts. It had not cost the
Capt. Hailiday remarked that the only
articles .In the room purchased
by the board wa9 the necessary
furniture and the telegraphic instru
ments. Prof. Alvord aske! Dr. Wardner if
there was anything more he would like
to Inquire about. He said he was anx
ious to answer all questions.
Dr. Wardner said there was nothing
further that he could think of; but
perhaps some ot the other gentlemen
might have something to say.
Mr. Antrim Bald all he could say was
that he was agreeably surprised. He was
glad to find that Cairo had such excellent
schools, and he was proud of them.
No one else having anything 'further
to say. Prof. Alvord announced that
the public examinations would take place
as follows: On Monday at tke Eleventh
street school, Miss Rogers teacher ; and
In the rooms In theThlrtcenth street build
IngUui-ht.by.MlssTiUey and Miss Powers
Tuesday lorenoon in tbe rooms taught
by Miss PhllUs and Miss McKee. Tues
day forenoon and alter uoon In the
Thirteenth street Grammar chool.
taaght by Mis Thompson. Wednesday
forenoon at tho rooms in . the High
school building taught by Miss Wal
bridge and Miss Armstrong ; and Wed
nesday afternoon in the rooms taught by
Miss Foss and Miss Pattisou
Tbe examination of the colored schools
will begin on Tuesday and conclude on
Thursday and Friday will bu devoted to
the High school. j ,
It was now nearly six o'clock, and tbe
committee of tax-payers haying accom
plished the object of their visit, together
with the gentlemen accompanying them,
retired. We believe it Is the unanimous
sentiment of the committee that the
Cairo public schools are not only an
honor to Cairo, but that their efficiency
and excellence must be kept up to their
K. SI. K. C. Attention.
A special meeting will be held Thurs
day evening, March 2.W. at 8 o'clock
sharp. Business of great importance.
All members are requested to attend.
By order of the G. G. M.
G. G. R. II. S. -
A Iteaull of Obstructed DiaresUoa.
Among the hurtful consequence ol ab
stracted digestion, is tbe ImpoveriHbmant
of the blood, and since a deteriatlve con
dition of the vital fluid not only produces
a dangerous organic weakness, hut accord
ing to tbe medical authorities, sometimes
causes asphyxia, It is apparent that to im
prove tbe quality of the blood by promot
ing digestion and assimilation, is a wis
precaution. II oa tetter's Stomach Bitter
is prccisly the remedy for this purpose,
shice It stimulates the Ktnc iuices, con
quers those bilious and evacuaive irregu
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processes, promotes assimilation ot tbe
food by tbe blood, and purities as well .as
enriches iU The signs of improvement in
consequeuoo of using tbe bitters are
speedily apparent in accsssiou ol vigor, a
a gain in bodily oubntance, and a regular
and active performance ot every physical
Wsod I t'aal 1 1 Wsud III.
On and alter the 20th iu?t., the under
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Stove wood, per cord
Block " " "
t-loot " " "
Big muddy coal, (1 ton)
Harrisburg coal, tl ton)
" ('J tons)
Leave orders at No. 34 Eighth street,
aud they will receive prompt attention.
Coal and w ood delivered to any part of
the city. , 2-22-lm.l F. M. Ward,
Positively tbe Beat
Dr.' Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
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Ever vr!vtl2Clr.; These geads are purchased by Mr. Farnbaker who resides in
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needs and at price to suit the times. You will do well by calling
on in, to look at our good and prices. We make
A Specialty of Gents Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat. i ? ? j , i y ,
FARNBAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
L'Sfsiirsstmcat lor lha Feeble.
Debility, whether it be Inherent, or
caused by overtaxed strength, or nro-
traeted Illness, has a moct depressing in
fluence upon the mind, breeding an ab
ject melancholy nearly akin to dexpair,
and enforcing the abandonment of cher
ished project" and high hopes. Happily,
tho enfeebled system, even in extreme
cases, Is susceptible of iuvig
oration. It Is proved by In
controvertible evidence that Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters is an unfailing
strengthener of the weak, and that Jn
addition to vitalizing the physical or
ganization, it establishes regularity
among those organs upon whose efficient
discharge of the duties imposed on them
by nature, continued vigor and health
depend. Thossands of instances might
be cited to show the regenerating influ
ence of this health-civlng agent in cases
ot debility, liver disease., dvsnenshi.
nervous ailments, constipation, inter
mittent lever, urinary and uterine
troubles gout and rheumatism, luid
t Winter & Stewart having Just received
notice ol a consignment of misfit carpets
from New York, aud upon their arrival
will be pleased to exhibit the same to all
callers, and soliuite the patronage of all
in want of such articles, guaranteeing
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WaaDxrASTMSjiT. KrvcH IIeiot,
March JO, 177. I
i aaova I i.
STATION. tOW WATSB. ,. '
FT. IH. ST. IW.
Cairo........ ...." 30 0 X I
Pittsburg S I o
Cincinnati 34 1 3 0
Louisville .................. 13 S .1 1
Nashville IS 10 r-
8U Louis 0 0,1
KvanvUle...... ....... ;
Memphis-.., -.m... S S a 0
Vicksburg 2 0 Ai lu
'New Orleans li 8 o
ilelow hlgb water of 1T4.
Sergeant, Signal Uervice. U fl. A.
Port I.laf .
Steamer James Flsk, Paducah.
" i;ity of Chester, St. liouii.
" Grand Republic, St. Louis.
" John A. Wood, New Orleans.
Smoky City, New Orleans.
Steamer James Flsk, Paducah.
City of Chester, Memphis.
" Smoky City. Pittsburg.
John A. Wood, Pittsburg.
nied by ralu, set in and continued
up to the clone ot our report. The Ohio
river rose 2 Inches In tho twenty-lour
hours ending at C o'clock last evening.
The river now marks 30 leet 9 Inches on
the gauge. Business on the wharf was
good, and nearly all the bouts departing
took away more or less lreight. The City
ot Chester, from St. Louis came out
with a fair trip. She added some here
and passed dowu lor Memphis The
great steamer Grand Republic arrived in
the afternoon, and was still at tho laud
ing at ten o'clock. She expected to get
away some time during the night. She
is loading for New Orleans, aud received
considerable freight here The
tow boats Smoky Ciiy and
John A. Wood from New Orleans
for Pittsburg arrived aud passed up tho
Ohio.... .....Tbe Fibk came In as usual.
She had a fair trip out. She waited here
until after the close ot the eutertaiument
by the John Thompson troupe, in order
to take the company to Paducah, where
they till an engagement this evening.
ICsUttu of James t'.urland, deceased. ' '
Th undersigned, haviim been appointed ex
oculois of the eaiaU of Jsoks Garland, lals of
the county of Alexander and aula of lliiuoia.
4eeaaad, herchjr Kvs notice that they ill a
pear afoa lb county oourt of atd county, at
fl, noort houM iu t'aifo al Ua April twiu, ou
Ihe third Monday ia April next, St whish lime
all persous having clauns ag-mt said estate
are notiUed and rv.UtwUid to atleud lor the uir
IMwe of havins Ue saina adjured. All P"f
aous indebted lo aaid etale ere roeaWil Ij
inline. 1 1 ali- payaieut lo the underaiwil.
Italed lni day of Feu. l-n. . '
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Addreas LITTLE A UAY. Beaton.
Triisleea Mala. ,
Whereas John K. PhUlls and Rachel J.
Phillis his wife, did by a certain 'deed of
trust bearing data March the 1st 187b,
couvey uuto I'harles A. MeolielU, guardian
of the minor heirs ot William 11. Mcoheld,
deceased, the follow io real estate situate
in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
and State of Illinois and known and des
ignated upon the recorded plat of laid city
as follows, to-wit: Lois numbered 19 and
aniu black numbered , aud lots f, G and
7 in block 71, and lot ten and tbe south
half of lot numbered 11 in block numbered
one in lha tii-st addition to the city ot
Cairo aforesaid, In trnst, however, to si
cure the prompt psymsntol a certain prom
issory note of that date, duly executed
by the aaid John B. Phillis, for th sum of
f i.ixi.ra, and made due and payable to the
said Charle A. Scone Id, guardian as afore
said, twelve months after eat with inter
est thereon from data at the rata of ten
per vent per annum. And whereas said
note is now past due and aa part theree has
been paid aud the sai I John B- Phlllii bss
made default iu the payment 1 the same.
Now thfe-refere, 1, t ie asld Charles A. Sce
lield guardiaa as aloreaaid Uo hereby aott
fy the said John B. Ititlis and BacbelJ.
Phillis and alt whom tt may eonaern that
by virtue of said aeea at trust and tt
power therein conferres on sue, I will at
the hour ot vleyen o'clock, a, m. oa the
-iUt day April, X I. '! westerly
court house door iu the city ot Cairo la
said uouuty, sell at rubiic am) ary lor cash
In bantl the above mentioned real estate or
so much tht reof as may be aeeessary lo
pay and disehsrgu aaid promissory nets
and the intereat thereon and the neueasary
xpensv ef executing sid trust.
Ouardiaa of the salnea hatraf William B.
j Caibo, ISi. March 1'Jth 1(07. r
Ir-A. Jt. t,.t.
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