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. il.KO BUSINESS HOUSES.
stole.-- A oyluatnea At mean have three lines
pace, in this column n-Wr appropriate hea ling
t the rate offl.lt r mouther ti2 per year
.vvsoie qnsttcri J in auvaucw
Hardware, Hiasea mM TIM Wr.
, V. II A Lt.fcT f aler In Moves, Tin and Hatd
mre, lisclcnsnd lemurs' Implements, Wire
.ixl, Ken-iiferstora, rump and ladder,
il'i ( otanu-rcial Avenue. Ituitcriiiu, and .lob
eTnrk don on short notice.
T. S.MH.MIKY-lHlfrlnh.rl and senium,
i r, (Wiring, reding, aidina- and surfaced
i"mbe Imih Mtfl shlnples. orHce and yard
"tint I wrntkih street and Washington syenite'
i.a aikk a mcF-iveaicr
doors. Minds, etr., harl ani eolt liimlor
".lra.es. ri an ft other, I nrnfo. rciol atenoe,
ornir ivrri stieti.
l. II Alt TM V fsssl-r In (tieetiewnr, Toys,
I .amps and all kinds of tancy article,, omiiut
' avDiie, corner Mb etnvt.
WILLIAM ttlVTI It Hiitb street hens-ee,,
wuimerctai avenue ami Washington avtnu.
I lothine; nml Mrrrhanl Tailoring
J OH S AVI RIM Merchant Tailor and dialer
!fi Heady Msl Clothing. iHOhin l,evc.
Real t:UI Aaeaelea.
M. .1. HOWLLY-lieal Lstat Agf-al. Buy
and ell real e-tite, cllee! lent, vara taie
lr non-resident. etc. l.irin.r mal atutir, be
tween Math and Truth streets.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
The Sborteat and
St Louis & Chicago
The only Road Runninir Two
Daily.Trnna from Cairo.
Tiair.e Loave Cairv
. 20 pi... Fast Kxpress. arriving la ''t.
Louis e:M p. m.; Chicago, 7:J0,
2 20 p. m, CINCINNATI Si LOUIS
VILLK FAST LINE
arriviuKln C1n tonsil :). 'a.m.; Louis
ville, t :', a.iu ; :udunn--ili, I.L'i a.m.:
faasengers by thi I'utu eriiv at above
Or ANY UlHJUi HOOXJi.
llyV) p. in. Hl M ill itu ii-f T nu.'b
fcj. for fiT. I.OI IS ami CliH A.t,
arriTlo in hi. U.11H at ij:. a.m. t "ti-t-atfo
at l..'W p.m. (.'oonectlntf at Odin
ui Ktl.ntliani l-.r rinrinnall, l,oiilvill
FAST TIME EAST
i't iLL'tr y thl line .' tlitoujrti to
Kant Hithout uliy drlaj raiin d ly
ll iTi;UlAV A K'lT.M N N 1 It A I N
I'UoM f.WUO AKK1V IN NKW
VnKK MOlV OHIN.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
K ANY iiTHKK HOl'TK.
AJ trti-. iiu iiti- of compt' titif liu. V.i nl
triejF Uike (M'tter tiuix than tti on, are
ar ii.iied either tlirongli igoorance or a
.leire to mWlead ttio puMio.
ror throir.'h ticket and information,
ki i lv at lllicoN Central U. 11. !pot, Cairo.
O' l.'l ouihtrn -i;f.
.1. 11. .I...NK-. Ti. k. t Ajt.
l'lrl- lia lAundr.
It i now toiio.'ded that Mrs. Coleman,
t.e htmnlres, No. 12 Fourth stn et, r-
.een W'aihmcton anil Commrrel il ay
nen, lia one of the best rontlnetrl linn
Jry estahlUhrnertU in the rtty, nnl lanil-
.'TiU of ho'i-N an I bo:trdilifC hc.He will
jnd if to their njvitnt-ijro tvinll upon
In nil aI.o are iiri rini lVtn ihe
vrrorA aint iii'liretion of youth, ner
on weakin ki!, early hvay, Iom of iuan
iKoJ. etc., 1 will semi a rei ir.o that will
are you. fn'C of ehart'e. This great
r meJy wa illKVivere.1 hya missionary
.1) ."Vuth Atnerlm. Seii'l a w!f-al-
.tiesc l envelop? to the IJ.-v. Joseph T.
Inman. Station I. J'.ilile House, New
Vork City. l-.Hwlm.
IIoIIoh I'll! ami Oitniuful
rroful wan eoiishlcred Inouruhle until
lie great discovery of "UollowayV l'illa
atidfi went" flanhefj upon tbe world.
Jueaea wUi.U bultUd the of the
iudleal actiooli, leuJily ic Id to tluie peer
jeiif reuudiea. Scurvy, eryipela", lt
iUeutn, itcu, and all eutaneon eruptioui
Are e.urahle t.y thorn. Tet1y-five cent
per box or pot.
UeMdy for Hukliih AKin.
j-.i-iTOK U11.1 ktix : 1 take pleasure hi
culling the attention of the public to the
last that 1 have rebuilt and re-estali-
lished Ihe I'niou Bakery on the site of
ihe building lately lost by lire on Com
uierc.Ial avenue, between Fourth an
Mxth street.-, where I will be pleased to
welcome all my old patrons as well as ail
who desire a good article of bread, cakes,
confections, etc Frank Kratwv.
Jell Broun has taken charge ol ihe
barber shop on Eighth street, near WaU
ington avenue, lately kept by 1'anlel
Lampcrt. Jefl 1 a good barber, and co
llclts a wharo of patronage, liive him a
-all and s atWy yoursell. ti
Kazan's Magxoiia Balm pr-serve
md reston-s tho oomplexion ; removes
ire. kles, tan aul sallowness ; makes the
skin soft, white and de'leai. Itsappli-
.- at ion cannot be detected . .
Lyon's Kathaibon- makes beautiful,
flossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its lall
og out or turning gray. It ha stood
the test of 40 years. Is.cbarmlnjrly per
turned and has no rival.
AS( AJXljs IIHJE, Vo.M.
R nlrht of Pythias, assets every Pri-
.1 - ' 1 , .If fk.l , I
HIT II IK Ml (JHI'IWI OTTVU, lr VHW
fellows' 1111. . How,
ALKXAKOKR tjOTrUE, HO. Ml
I hair-MUt i
lndenenilenl (f or lMOre.
uut arTen, In tlteir haul on
JnninMTMal mrnup, betwfrn BiKU) an fVrTith
'trt W 1 1.1, K. JlAWalNrl, . .
MAIkil KNCAMfHJCKT, t. O. O. r..luwU
.nO i l-eli-.w' Mall on th lint and U1M
I in vlay in tvtty month, at half-paat arvrn
ar Hol.l roirilar routs
lCronlr Hail, corm-r (
'and Ultrhtn tnl,
CAIKU LOIM.K. N0.2TT,A.r. A. M.
lUimuninaliona in au-
on tlii" arnond and
,'uurlb Monday ol rax lunntb.
HAt m or Anvr.HriHisw.
rfAU billa for adwrtiawK. an. iliif anil ay
lilt M avtahi
'iranrirtit a-tTt-rliaiiiK will tic innl at th
rata nf ft '' IT aqiiare lor the flrnt iiiM-rtioB
and .V tau fr M-.h autwiifnt one A litwral
diwouiit will b mwl n ttanlinir and li-l
for inrrtitif t unvral iiotirr l 'D Soiiotot
liHlinR of aociitip or wrH ord- rnu for
liNih, fority, Fllval and U.r nti-r
will only f inat-md a alTrtiarra-iiti
No advrtliQ-nt will b r l-l at l'-n tliaa
8' oMitn, and no advprtimi-iit will U inTt"d
for ltotlian ttirr .In lam irmontii
I.OCAI. M'RISIM SOTICt-H
(if one .mar Iium 'pm-) fr more, tn
rrfJ In tli" Hn.i.i TiN a folio t '
than our Mj'jaw romitH a a fjiiar.)
One in-ertion per aqtiaro
Two Insertion" r ffUare....
Three Insertions per s'jtfjn'
Hx lnertion per square
Two we:k l-r Kiuare
One toontli p4.p fejuare-
,. 1 00
,. 1 75
- 2 r-o
.. 3 .V)
Spft ial raO mt'le on larjfe atlvt rfiMe
uient or lr longer time,
"AlTHhAY, MAUCIl 2i. If77.
o aaouiu fnifnl villi le ln-rleil
In iki Hullellat naln ilif ninnrr nr-
vtiinpanlra lu ajm. Ihia rule 1
lulprmllt r. nmt: mnnonnrr
nonla lar rlly OlUrea, ; Altlarntan,
f or til Clerk.
We are autlioiitrd t) anDoun Jaiu- W.
8twart a a ran.l.'lat fc.r rt-tlwlion ti th ol-
fir of ity la at he approucMr.a tlftirr
K'tit'.r (iio hulU'tin:
Plu ay to tli Toti 01 Cain ll.ai, liutf
U tli eollritailona 01 many irin n, 1 am 4
andidalv lor lb ollica Ol ruy rn-rk.iiuif
i.m, viM-tiun. I nml rol aaaur inoac who
know ILCthat I will, if elected, devote mf tt
nor' to a laitl.ful and aUleory diartianre of
I. il.it ol the pceillon. iour iniiv
aau. . in,
I or I II Treman'r.
Wt a e authri'd t announce K. M. S!o-k"
tli a a randidatr f.ir re-e ei ti'in 10 th i.iTJ-c
of ity lreunurer at Ihe iipprnarlnns flertioa.
f or llt-c MiiKiotrale.
U air KUthoriiieltn knnoliD' a I liou.a
a. a iv.ndi'iate at the en-iiinir rhrir election
or Po:ii Alagl-trate
Wear amhorize-1 to anuouuna John J. I'.ird
en ti'la'e for le-elwiicn at the e.iuinir
chatter election to 1 1 aae oltir of rn'.lre MS'-
I.DiioM Kiixaiim: Ple- I" auimiiiiee
nime a ranui.laie ior ine omu i 11
MiMrale. fct to n XI iiiiiiik ipui election.
. A. 0M.'HK
l.ea)l Wewlker Keaart.
Caino, III., M.tr. h ; ' l-l'
si. 'Oi !
4 f. I
Yil. I W'aiK
7 a .m.
Seraant. SULal SrTloe. I". a. A.
Mr. 1'. Weil is Mllinir her household
furniture at private ale. 3s Tenth street.
We will pay no bills for jfoodi or met-
chandixe purchased for th IIi uktin
by any ot the employe, tmles the pur
ehase U made on a written order signed
by the president or seeretary of the com-
.. ii .
pany. . auto ihumix Hi
Hue Realdeneti lor Mal or Keol.
The very desirable property known a
Hie "Aubrey property," corner ol Hol
brxk avenue and Twenty-scond street.
For ale or rent on easy terms. Apply
to :-U-U. I. r m asi .
Jual Maeeived MlalU nrel. '
Winter A Stew art are just in reecipt of
ome line ruistit carpet?, which they nn-
oflVrinjf at extremely low prices, and in
vite the attention ol all lu want or car
pets, assurinjf them of harpain until
further notice. !
Ir. W.C.Jocelyn.a graduate 01 Uw Mis
souri tental college, desires respectlully
to Inform the public that he is prepared
to do everything pertaining to his pro
fession. To treat diseases of the mouth ;
to insert cavity fillings In the most
thorough manner; to make aitillcial
teeth in the most workmanlike i-tyle;
to correct irregularities; and to extract
teeth absolutely without pain, using the
nitrous oxide gas, which is pleasant and
harmless. Prices are low. Office on
Eighth street between Washington and
Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illinois.
Tke 'frail WlutU
Are produced by the diurnal rcvo
lution of the earth, exteuding from 20
dei. north to 2o deg. pouth of the
equator; and sailors hall with joy
their advent into them, after being tempest-tossed
and worn, as productive of a
season of rest. For weeks they aome
tlm do not touch a sail, bounding home
ward through fields of isea weed alive
with minute shell-fish, and observe the
play of the grampus, porpoise, bon'ta,
and tho terrified flight or .the flying fish
from tho latter. How much mora de
lightful then must it be to guide the
bark of poor humanity Into the trade
winds of health out of the head seas of
disease and suffering, and make life's tu
ture a pleasant voyage ! Yes, such can
be effected by using the florae Stomach
Tbe chxln gang are at orlf on etdnd
f ho box and basket laetory is under
lull headway, and doing a big btinie.
The huh laclory lu beeu converted
into tenement Louses. At butt there
are not Ices thai) halt a doen families
living; Id it.
Remember the public examination of
the tehools commence on Monday next,
and that the public are cordially luvlted
to attend them.
Go Netth, South, Hast or Wet,"auTl
you will find coujrbi and colds at this
seaeouot the year. A remedy which
neyer fails to irive fttti?Ietion La Dr.
Bull's cough ryrup. Pri, 2" c nts.
The approathel to the 1 'alio und'Vlu
ciiitig railroad crossing on the county
road between Cairo and Mound City are
needing repairs badiy. and should be
attended to without delay.
Wanted A good bUckMuith one
who understands ironing wagon" snd
buggies ; als one gool plownvtker.
Oood wages paid. Apply to
3t Major A Tesifr, I'airo, Ills,
Ol late yeara presidents of banks and
insurance, companies have been in the
habit ol uiaklug their clerks and em
ployes ,ueful presents from time to time
Great quantities of B. T. babbitt's best
soap are used in this way.
t urds ol membership for the Cairo
Public Library, at f 2.00 per ) ear, may be
purchased from the Treasurer, Mrs. E.
C. Ford, Commercial Avenue, near
Eighth, t.r from the Librarian. Mrs. C. C.
Gosh, on Suturday alternoon. in the
library room. 3-22-Ht.
The sidewalk on the eat sid ol Wash
ington avenue between the custom
house and Mr.F.h hhofi";turnlture factory
is giving way, and should receive the
attention of the superintendent of streets.
"A rlitch," etc.
Mers. Winter A Stewart have just
been advised of an expected eoiikign
m tit of a large invoice of new furniture
from St. I.oai, which will b offered at
atu-tlon, due notice of which will be given
through the UiLt.LTiv. Look out for
great bargain s.
1 he magical t fleet of cioanliuess on
old and young need not be discussed.
The tired man is refreshed, the fretful
child soothed aud enlivened. Apropos
of till-:, we may remark that 15. T. Bab
bitt's Toilet Soap is found the bet in the
world, if the orinion ot the best chemists
Is worth anything. So deleterous com
ponent enters into it that needs to be hid
den by perfume, it can be trusted as
the purest andmost agreeable toilet oap
I alwftvs have been and Mill am sole
proprietor and manutacturer of Dr. W'm
Wood" Fever Pllli. Anyone felling a
Vool'fc Fever Pill not wade by me, will
be prosecuted to the full extent of the
aw. For sale at the New Vork fctore, A.
SwoIkmU'f, F. HealyV, P. a. Schuh's
lian lay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold inoUct. and l.03 Iki.xcs. Sjecial
rate to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid ou receipt of price.
iLvw-tf. Ik. Wm. Woi,i..
lllne Ul4a 4 hlu.ua j.
lilue glass is all tbe rae now. We
have seen blue glass In almostevery shape
but the latest novelty In this line i the
blue glass lamp chimneys Just received
by Ian. Hartman.
blrken l lilevea.
Chicken thieves are still at work, and
within the last few days net less than
half a dozen hen roosts ia diflerent parts
of the city have been robbed. It is be
lieved the thii-yeshave been tractd, and
their arrest U only matter ot a few
Itobblof t'otli l.lnea.
A few days ngo a thief, or thlevcs.as ihe
case may be, robbed tlx clothes line In
Mr. Mathews' yard, corner of Fifteenth
and Cedar streets, ot a quantity of cloth
ing; and on Thursday night thieves went
to tho resilience of Mr. Welmeyer, ear
ner of Thirteenth and Walnut street, and
not only stoleea lot of clothing, but car
ried oft' the tubs in which the clothe had
been left to souk over night.
The clothing store of Mr. A. Marx, on
Ohio levee between Fourth and Sixth
streets, w as burglarized sometime yestar-
ilny morning. Th thieves gained an
entrance: to the store by breaking out one
ol the larze lights In the front
of the store. The money
drawer was found laying on the
floor, and about live dollars In small
change, two Smith A Wessou revolvers,
and two or three cuiU of clothing were
gone. The burglary was evidently com
mitted sometime between three and live
o'clock, as there, are 'always a greater or
less number of people on the levee until
tho arrival ot the three o'clock, a. m.,
Lawrence Barrett, the celebrated tra
gedian, will visit Cairo, on or about
April 10th, and remain ono and perhaps
two nights. Mr. Barrett is now playing
through the aouth.
Miss Mary Anderson, the youthful and
distinguished tragedienne, will appear at
the alheneuin in this city ou Friday
evening, April 13th. She will ruuain
here hut one night. Miss Anderson's
career has be-en tjulte pheiiominul ; and
the annals of the stage certainly presents
no other rate where a girl ol tender
years, trained In tho comparative sc
elusion of a beautiful home, has suddenly
grasped the highest honors ol Ihe.Uge,
and In an experience of but a few
mouths, been classed by able critics with
such artistes at Fanny Kembla, Julia
Dean, and Charlotte Cusbrusu.
If (el Ptrianais,
Among the guest at llerlierfi ye. I
terdny were V. Peterson, Bt. Louis : Cico.
Ltwis, Chicago; J. K. Wilson, Pittv
burg; Ja. Cirifilth, Pittsburg ;M. Stan
ton, Cincinnati; 1. Turner, Jackson,
Tennessee; Maurloe Bay, Terro Haute,
Among the guests at the Planter
House yesterday were Wm. Spraul.
Klchvicw, Ills J J W. Walker, St. Louis ;
Ell Bratter, and family, St. Louis- Cba.
W. Burr, Toplar Bluff, Mo.; J. P. Ward,
X'oplar Bluff, Mo.;(l. W. Ba-t, Altoona,
Pa.; Geo. W. ftailbraith. Clinton, Ky.;
W. T. Morgan, St. I.oui" ; fl. C. Braner,
Fort Sfsott, Kansas.
Among the guests at the Arlington
yesterday were J. S. Jones ntnl wife,
Charleston; B. L. Holland, Martain,
Iowa; J. P. Steele and Col. E. V. Barker
Helena, Arkansas; O. S. Hujrhctt, Rolla,
Missouri; J. M. Conway, Yincenws; A.
W, Brown, Ullin: E.L. Curtain, Chicago;
J. E. Woodward, Texas; j. J. Ford,
Wa-hington.il. C; P. II. Kelly, ru
quoin. Prominent among the gue-ts at the
St. Charles yesterday were Conrad Line,
Pittburg; Mrs. William Nichols and
family, and Miss Minnie Anderson,
Itockville, Indiana ; C. P. James, Peoria;
M. Rosenthal, New York ; V.. L. Collins,
Trer.Tnt,Tenn.; W. i. Bangs, St. Louis;
Ilobt. Bagncll. St. Louis ; F. Arnum,
St. Louis ; W. S. Jlctherington, W. Bur
chardt, Cincinnati; M. FJowree, Vicks
burg; J.J. Walker and wife, Clinton,
Ky.; Miss M. B. Loi ketf, Clinton, h'y.;
W. . Swartf, Charleston, 111.; W. D.
Bradfhaw, Chicago; If. W. Finch,
Champaign ; S. S. EnscJ, Sprint'Deld.
Jewell Wileo riii lb rremonl
We flud the following complimentary
notice of our former fellow-citizen, Mr.
Jewett Wilcox, In a late lue of the
Kansas City lirs :
Chicago has many points of interest
in her beautiful parks, boulevards,
iake-lront views and tine drives;
but to the weary traveler,
tired, dusty and hungry, the most
attractive "point, and one to which
he naturally turns his step?. Is that justly
Iopular and celebrated resting place, the
Trmont House. This line hotel has re
cently had introduced some, new features
that will be ot Interest to the traveling
public, one of which is the scaling of
prices tor rooms, w hieh are let with or
without board. A good room without
board can be had tor kl a day or ranging
from that to 2. A ' magnlficant
restaurant Is connected with
the hotl for the a-comtuoda-
liou of guilts havitiir rooms who prefer
to take their meals and pay only fur what
they order. Ibis arrangement is par
ticularly apureciated by business men
who are frequently compelled to take
their meals at irregular notir.
TheTremonti under the management
of that genial, popularand whole-souled
gentleman, (.apt. Jewett W ileov. llie
Cantain was for a number of years con
nected with tbe Missouri river packet
line, where he made hosts of friends. He
Is well known from St.
Louis to the head o!' navigation,
and has a particular au'cetiou lor Western
guests. The Tremont is headquarters
tor travelers from this section ot the
countrv, the majority of whom know
personally or by reputation the present
manager ot tins, nest ot w esiern noteis.
J he following is a I'm of letters re
maining uncalled for at the potofli-e in
Cairo, Alexander county, 111.. Saturday,
March 21, 177.
Ladies Cotton, Item ; Conner, Susan;
Carr, I.ucinda ; levoi, Mary; McCar-
mic, Bettle; Maloncy, Mr.; Ramsey,
Ali'-e; Tyler. Bcttie; Thomas, Rohia ;
Turner, Betty; Turner, Louisa ; Wood
son, urs.; vt ers, F. A.; Vv albs, Mrs. s.
Gents Albertson, Chas.; Ashtou, E.
T.; Allen.'Jacob; Adams, William; Botto,
Dominico;Banehard, George; Bendor,
Jas.; Burns, John; Bousaw, Phillip;
Boone, Thos. K.; Crutcher, T. P ; Cain,
A. W.; Cherry, A. W.; Coursan, Bennie;
I tin worth, George; Denny, J. L.; lrake,
J.F.; Elder . Adolph; Fuller, M. T;
F rans, Bill ; Graft", L. ; GilkeDsou, C. G.;
Goodrich, Joseph; Hamilton, Golfried;
Henricks, Henry; Uentz, Taylor; Jen
nings, C; Gerhard, John; Jones, M. F.;
Krlmniu. Chas.; l.yuch, Ben.; Linn,
Ja. 11.; Lee, Ike; Lee. Levi;
Lovelace, Newton; Leaville, Hev. Z. T.;
Marshall, 11. C; Naurse, James; Ready,
A.; Robinson, John ; Retenbauch. Z. 11.;
Stewart, L. B.; Steinbacker, Herman;
Sailth, Win.; Tilliraan, Jeff; Wells, I..;
Webster, S. II.; Weld, L. W.: Wilks,
John ; Wiant, E. W.; Watt, C. H.
Persons calling for any ot the above
letters will pleaso say "advertised."
Geo. W. MoK'nto, P. M,
J mi Maicau, a colored gentleman, was
before Judge Bross yesterday ou a
charge ol disorderly conduct. Jim w as,
as the boys say, about "three sheets iu
the wind," and consequently ripe for a
tight. He got info trouble with a Ken
tuekiau about some labor he had agreed
to perform, and during the melee was
hit on the head with a stick ol wood.
Jim conducted himself badly and the
Judge fined him live dollars and costs.
lie was locked up.
Sarah Williams, an "old oiTtjnder,"
is before his honor at least onco a week
Shu live on Washington avenue near
the Rough and Ready engine house, and
is considered a disturbing element In the
neighborhood. m Thursday evening
she went Into a neighbors house and
purloined therefrom a six-pound chunk
ot fresh beef. Sarah was drunk at the
time, and when asked to re.
turn tho meat, "flew into
passiou and threatened to do all man
ner of horrible tilings, ottlcer Sargent
arrested bar, and yesterday Judge Bird
fined her ten dollars and co.sts.on a charge
oi "drunk and disorderly." Sara'i asked
for a stay ot execution, and agreed t
leave town before morning. Thi stay
was granted, and it la to ho hoped far ah
will tlnd some locality where she
cnu liva without "pesteralnn" from tho
PoeilUel) Ik Heal.
lr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Chury
and llorchouud ia tlie very beat com
pound ever prepared, tdverllewdor sold
y any person, or uader foy name, what-
ever, for the immediate, relief and perma-
m.-nf.enrf of coughs, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough, bronchitis, asthma, and all
diseases ot consumptive type. It will
thoroughly eradicate these alarming
symptoms In one-half the time required
to do so by Any other medicine. It ii
purely vegetable, and contains not a par
tide of opium or other dangerous drug.
It never falls. Ercry liottle guaranteed
to tx rlorra exactly as represented. I'.;ir-
lay Bros., Agents,
Also agents for Prof. Pmktr's Plea
ant Worm Syrup, whh-h Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to lake ami requires no
pbyIc. Price, 2."ents, Try it.
3-2-1 md Aw-.
l.taeoMrwaemeaii rr Ihe l eekle.
Debility, whether it bo inherent, or
caused by overtaxed strength, or pro
tracted Illness, has a most depressing in
fluence upon the mind, breeding an ab
ject melancholy nearly akin to despair,
and enforcing the abandonment of cher
ished protects and high hoi. Happily,
the enfeebled system, even In extreme
cases, susceptible of invig
oratiuii. It Is proved by in
controvertible evident that HosU tter's
Stomach Bitters Is an unfailing
strengthener ot the weak, and that in
addition to vitalizing the physical or
ganlzatlon, it establishes regularity
among those organs npon whose efficient
discharge of the duties impoed on them
by nature, continued rigor and health
deiend. Thousands of Instances might
be cited to show tho regenerating influ-
enceofthis health-giving agent In cases
ol debility, liver disease, dyspepsia,
neryous ailments, constipation, inter
mlttenl fever, urinary and uterine
troubles gout and rheumatism, and
Notwithstanding the "bard limes-'
there i now not less than hall a dozen
substantial brick houses In course of
construction In Caito. Mr. Henry
Breihan is putting up a two-story brick
on the southeast corner of Fourth street
and Commercial avenues; Mr.
Wm. O'Callahan is building a
two-tory brick on the northeast
corner of 1-ourth street anil
Commercial avenue, and Mr. Cochran,
who ow nes the lot just north of Mr. Cal
lahan, is erecting a substantial brick.
The brick work on Mr. Hick Fitzgerald's
new building opposite the court house is
all done, and the carpenters have com
menced operations. Beiiies these there
are a number ot frame tiouaes goinir up
In different parts of the city.
apt. John II. Kelly, of Ou (jucdn, is
at the Arlington House. Captain Kelly
will rpend several days among his m
merous friends here.
Mr. Robt. Bagnell, ot St. Louis, is in
the city. Mr. Bagnell Is the gentleman
who contracted to construct the new
Mr. Thomas Lansdcn, toruicrty ol
this city, but more recently a resident of
Champaign, has been appointed super
intendent ot the let. Louis gas works.
Mr. Lausden, who was called away
from homo a week ago on account ot the
serious illness of his sister, Mrs. Craw
ford, returned yesterday. Mrs. Craw
ford died before Mr. Lausden reached
The eteam ferry boat Nelly Thomas,
lately owned be the Greenfield estate
and run between Cairo and the Missouri
shore, has been purchased by Cairo
parties, and is now undergoing repairs.
It Is said that when she Is ready for ser
vice her owners w ill take her to Mound
City to run as a ferry boat between that
pbu and the Kentucky shore.
Haute M'l.OOtt llniitagea.
Mr. O. P. Lyon, formerly of Cairo.has
sued the city of St. Louis and the Iron
Mountain railroad company jointly for
the sum of twelve thousand dollars,
damages sustained iu having his wrist
and hand broken by his buggy being
turncd-over by a pile of dirt In an avenue,
eft by the railroad company, and which
the city neglected to remove.
leiili ol Sire, rriguuj
Mrs. Christiana Friganza, w ile ol Hon.
Romeo Friganza, mayor of Mound City,
died at her resiuenoe in that city on Wed
nesday, 21st lust., at 4 o'clock, p.m., of
paralysis. Mrs. F. was sixty years ot
age at the time of her death. There-
mains were Interred at Beech Grove
cemetery yesterday at 2 o'clock.
The Publle l ibrary.
The public library will be open to day,
and parties desiring to take out books
can do so by complying with the rules
of the association. Those wishing to
secure yearly membership tickets will
have an opportunity to do so to-day .
Rev. B. V. George will conduct er
vice in the Presbyterian church to-mor
row moruinff at the usual hour. There
w'll ho no services in the evening, as Mr,
George has an engagement to preach at
W U lijUHTMa-HT. HiveH Kiri-ov, 1
Mur. L , lr7. i
j FT, IH. ft. I IN.
piltabura- - H I" X 1 t
Cincinnati Vb -- "
Louiavillc II 0
Nashville I? ! VI J
8t. Louis . lo X H
Maiupiu . -H V S
Vwaabura..-. . K I XI
'New Orfcaa '' " "
lieUiw tilth wutir of 17.
JAAIKS W ASStlN,
aergeaat. Siaraal isarvb. U .B. A.
leaiur James Flsk, Paducah.
C. W. Anderson, NashviU.
" C. B. Church, N' Orieim.
- M - . Andy Baura, Memphis. . ',
' Alice Brown, tow, PltUbnrg.
Iron Mouatain, New Orleans.
T. T. Hitlmao, Nashville.
Steamer James Fiik, Paducah.
C. W. Anderson, Nashville. -
C.B. Church, C'tnclnnatl. '
" Katie P. Kounlz, St. Lmi.
" Andy Baum, C incinnati.
" Alice Brown, tow, N. O.
" Iron Mountain, bgV, St. Lnil-.
The iWhne In the Ohio river yesterday
was 2 inehes. The river now marks 30
leet 7 Inches on the gauge. Business on
the wharf was fair. The weather during
the earlier rartt of Ihe day was
warm, though cloudy, with light
showers of rain at intervals up to
noon. The alternoon of a little colder,
and at dark a light north wind prevailed.
The rise In the Mississippi at St, Louis
yesterday was 11 Inches The
C. W. Anderson from Nash villa
came out with ' a fair trip,
and after taking on consider
ablo freight hero lelt on her return
trip The Chas. ti. Church, from
New Orleaus to Cincinnati, had a fair
up-stream trip. She did not tarry long
here The. T. T. Ilillman, from Nash
ville, was well laden The Andy
r . a . -
uauin, iroin .viempius, paeu up
for Cincinnati The Katie
Kountz, for St. Louis, got away early
The Flak had a good trip, and took
eonsiderablc freight on her return . ,he
left at live o'clock The anchor line
steamer St. Genevieve due from Sr. Lculs
this morning The Mollic Moor, left
St. Louis last evening at 5 o'clock
aud will arrive here to-day on
her way to Pittsburg The St. Louis
T'mi'tot yesterday says: "Ma.E. W.
Halliday, the well-known coal merchant
of Cairo, was lu the city circulating
among his friends jesterday." The
supervising inspector-general at ah
ington has issued the iollowln instruc
tions to local inspectors : "in com
pliance with a resolution by the hoard ot
supervising inspectors at their annual
meeting, held January 17, 1S77, the fol
lowing rule, from the reyised rules and
regulations governing the steamboat In
spector service, approved by the secreta
ry ot the treasury, Is horeby promul
gated for tho information of all licensed
oiucers ot steam vessels, nnd a rieid
compliance with its provisions enjoined
upon all concerned: Rule 5.1: When
ever a steamer metis witn an ac
cident involving los of hie, or
damage to proierty by sinking, burn
ing, explosion or other cause, it shall
be the ".duty of the licensed officers of
any such steamer to report tho same
without delay to the nearest local board
provided, when from distance it may la
inconvenient to report in person. It may
be done In writing, aud the report.
sworn to before an authorized magis
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In tbe Alexander County iiciut Court, Henry
VVhiicaiuu v. LI la lbeid, Andrew Kud, Mary
si!unn, ei ais.
Kill to foreclose morlirae.
Public notice ia hereby riven, that in I-erau-
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