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JMO business houses,
f. An? tnt.iness Arm unbare three lines
frot III this nrtlnmn nnrir innrMirtMtii haeuI'Ma
alUieiMH of Ml nmr Kiim hu ! n amv
MTlbll uiururl. in Liu... ? . I
Hardware). SHoveta and Tin Ware.
A. HALT.KT Tm1(T in .Store, Tin and Hard
ware, Uaiden and farmer' ItipleniunU, Wire
mom. iteirifreniToTa, i nrnti and ladder.
I is lmmer-til Avenue, fullering, ancl Job
n ore mine on anon noure. ,
.T. S.McOAHEr-VHsilerlnnard and softlnm
r. fluorine, ceiling, elding ami suffered
lumber, lath ami shingle (tfW ana yard
rorner twentieth street and Washington avenue-
LANCASTER A KICK-Dealer In sah,
HtMna. blinds, etc., hard ana soft lumber and
iiluaSea. Vgrd and oftior, Commercial avenue,
:orer 17th street.
I). IIAimi AN lealer In Queenswsre, Toys,
nl all kind i,t fancy artlcl-. (.omim r--u.
aveijiie, comer .th street.
WILLIAM ttT. TFlt-'lxth afreet between
.."iiiiu-rciai arentio ani v aalungton avenue.
lotluns; and .Mert liant tailoring;.
In Heady Made Cluthitig. 7 uhio I .ever.
Heal l.alate Aicenrlea.
M. .T. HOWI,KY-lle,l K.tate Ant. Huys
m.d tell real estate, collets rents, pay taxes
lor non-residents, etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween .Ninth and Tenth Mreet .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
The Shortest and
St. Louis & Chicago
ino oniy utoau itunning two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Tralna Leave Cairo
2 2) p.m. Fan hXpreM, arriving in fc-t.
Louis N.Vj p. ru.; CUivuko, "M, a.m.
2 20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
ViLLE FAST LINE
Arrivitieln Cloclnnatl 8:30, a.m.; I.on1-
ville, b:2.-, a ui.; Indlioapolis, 4.13 a.m.;
1'uenerigfrs by ibis train arrive at above
0T ANY OTflEK E0UIE.
l.:M Ji. m. FaM Mail with sleepers attf h
d. for ST. Lol'IS and ClUCAtiO,
arriving in St. Loul at (i:.V) a.m. tbi
cairo at 4.:) p.m. CoMicctlnif at Odin
or Eti!npUm lor CiudQu;I, Lotil.ville
FAST TIME EAST
'ae(ncers by lhi line po through to
the Fact without any (Jtlsy t auid by
I be SA1LHDAV A FT Kit NOON TRAIN
KKo.M All!f AKK1VF.S IN KV
oRlC .MONDAY MoliM.Nti
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF AMY OTIIFIt UOI TK.
Advertl rncnts of eon;ttii.i line that
they laike better time than tbU line, are
arc iaued either through ignorance or a
drkire to mislead the public'
For throiik'li ticket and inlonuation,
apply at Illinois Central K. it. Uepot, Cairo.
iitisi ililti at caiaol
F Xfirt .
(ien'l Southt-ro At
J. 11. Iu.sk.., Ti
iin'iv iLtit 1 l uiiii liirn llulu
tie i I'fi, t error, and aLuKS ill'
p5 ar!v lite MuuUood Itcsturnl. Ira Q
fj peiliiwnM lo tiiurriage removed. M
-Sew n eth'xl M trvjlim lit. Niw
2 .ufcd rinurkiitjl; remedies, H-wk !
iXt ni and r i i-til.ir. eetit frt-e in M-lel J
e " " iivtlt.i m. Adderns Ho AHDA- g
'S e5 0 tATi iX, iU S. Ninth I'hila-M
20 ttlibia. I'a. An intltutin bar-
C3 g ng a liijrh reputation tor hon r-"
Me cjUiI'kI and irofejiioLal'
I'ii I urea m ml Itrarktio.
C. Ford hai n'rnovcd hU Varuty
Er.itket stftre to Waihinjrton avenue
near Tenth Mn-et. Ho haa opened a
large stock ol brackets, shelves, frames,
chrouios, picture cord mid tassels, cur
tain tasscN lancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture framing mad-; a speciality.
hromos mounted in te clicuf-cst and
L f t stylo. Ira
Kfi iterators, the very bctt, at A.
Ilalkj , 115 (.'ouiercbl avenue. Also
stoves aid tinware, toilet ware, tableand
pocket cutlery, garden and fanners' Im
plements, piows, coin planters and
shelters, sulkey rakes, and a general
utock of stoyi-s, tin and hardware,
flower standi, both wire and wood,
tlower trainers, diflercnt styles, hanging
baskets of all kinds ; the largest variety
of bird cages hi the city and will be sold
very low at A. Ilallcy's, 113 Commercial
E. 1'. liiuiliel a Hitler Mine or Iron
baa never been vnown to fail in the cure ol
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of diaease, weak, utrvous trembling, dreud
ful borrorof death, night swoau, cold teet,
weak Den. dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
-norninus ai'iietitu with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot bands, flashlnir oi the body, dry.
uoi of the skin, pallid couutenacce and
or.mtiona on tb face, purifyiax the Hood,
paiu iu the back, heaviness of the evelids,
iniient black spot flyluif before the eyes
with temporary suttlsion and loss of sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
thut, use E. F. Kunkfd'i Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never tails. Thousands are now
eniovinz health who have Used it. Take
only E.V. Kuckel's.
Hewus or counterfeits and base imita
lions. As Kunktl's Bitter n ine of Iron is
so well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves wake u imitatiou and try
in sell It otf to their customers, w hen they
oall for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkei's Bitter W ine of Iron is put up
only in 11 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
orletor's photograph on the wrapper of
ach bottle. Always look for the photo
traph on the outside, and you will always
e sure to get the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for fa. Bold by druggiats and
ALL W0KM3 REMOVED ALIVE.
E F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never tails
to deurtroy Pin Seat and biomach Worms.
Or Kuakel. tbe only successful physician
who removes Tape Worm In two hours
alive with head, and no fee until removes),
Sm mum taaches that if Tap. Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
Sestroved. Bond lor circular to lr. Kun
ktUhl'm Korth Klntb street. Philad.l
iihii Pa.7or sail on your drtuglst and ask
!oV I fcttu of Kunkel's Torn. yrup,
Prica li.oa Hustsi talis.
Knla-hM of Pythias, tneett every Fri
day night el baU-past hwi, in Odd-
seuows- juui. iiowa.
.Ni... at I
ALKXAHDHfc LODGE, NO. 134.
innepeoaatw uiin 01 uia-f
low, marts ararr uramdsy nl
, half liat MTifl. in tbeie ha.ll on
commercial avenue, between ftlcth aad fternntb
iireia WU.L K. llAWUlia, N. U.
- 1llKO KNCAMFMKNt, I. O. O. F.. meets
Vie Odd-fellowe' HaU on the Drat and third
1 ueeuaj 10 ercry month, at hair-past seven
A. Coatmoa. C P
VAJItOliODUE. NO.W7.A.F. at A. M.
. Hold regular rommnnlrations in Ma
sonic Hall, corner Commercial ii-niw
! .lelitll lUHt. M aha limiil n.l
ampn uunui at net bhioUi. ,
RATKS OF AUVIHIRIHO.
" O All bllla for adrertiainaT, are ua and pay
able in ADVAifca
Transient a4rcrtlaing will ba lni-tel at tha
rate of II W per aqaare for the flint Insertion
and W cents for each anbseqticnt one A libvrai
dlaooaht will be mails on tundlng and dlapl
For inacrting Funeral notice 11 0 Notice of
meeting of aoclctiui or aecret orders V) eenta for
Church, Society, Festival and Sapper notice
Will only be inserted aj adrertiaementt
No adrertUemcnt will be recelTed at less than
Moenta, and no advcrtiaenietit will be inserted
for 1cm than three dotlurs per month
LOCAL, BrmjMI XOMF.4
Of 0110 gqtiare (8 Unci apat) or more, In-
crted in l lie Bi'i.i.kti.n a lollows : (Lcs
tlian one square counted a a square.)
One Insertion nrr square $ 50
Two Insertions per square.- 73
Two weeks per square.. .
Three Inwrtlons per square 1 00
per square.. - 2 &0
One month per square- 3 60
Hpeeial rates made on larjre advertise
ments or lor longer time.
SATURDAY. A Pit I L 29. 1877.
I.eeavl Wmmm Meporv.
Caiao. III., April , lift'.
timi. Har. J ilia, I Wiin. Vat. "wih
7am.' 9.74! U I N 1J cloudy
11:11' M i NW u ciou'fy
fp.ni. I't.ftTJ I M I KW 12 '
8:4'." toif I tj ( V 7
JAM RS WATSON,
Sergeant, ShjiuU Serriee. U. 8. A.
t HAH A. Itri'REZ, Mnnager.
Monday Eve., April 23d, 1877.
t i'l on the march of triumph.
DUPREZ & BENEDICT'S
Hurlcs'iue Opera Troupe and Brass Baud
On their twentv-tlfih annual tour.
ur Centennial llnlJmnt (.iranintion
(uiiiPoM-d of onlv i'opular diMinjruiahed artists
t Tnrioni aj.ecialtiri, l'urinina a strunK corps
of vi-alts, coruediane, solo mu.icians Ethio
pian ilf liiietor, artistic dancers and
enisle imjiersouutors, intro lucin concerts of
merit and brilliancy.
.Ailiiii--ion VJand 7'ceon. No extra charge
lor reaertad seats on sale at Harttu.u's btoi.
To all who are sullering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of mane
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
euro you, free of charge. This great
I'luedy was discovered by a missionary
in South AmcrW'a. Send a stlf-ad-
lre.ied envelope to the Ker. Joseph T.
Inmaii, Station D. Bible Hou?, Xew
r it v. 1- 30-Gm
Tulinrro nod iera.
Merchants. grocers, and saloon-keepers
should not lorget that Messrs. Corlis &
Rankin, proprietors ol the Prairie State
Tobacco Factory at 3Ietropolis, have
opened an estaoiisnmeni ac ine corner
of Sixth street and Ohio levee In this
city where they will do a wholesale and
retail business In the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and most complete stock ot
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wauts of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are In
vited to call and examine their stock.
in the sky is a sign of God's promise that
the world should never again be destroyed
by water; and viewing the tenacity with
which men hold on to life, it is surprising
to all how recklessly they snap the links
one after another, by paying no heed to
the derangement of t'.ieir constitution, be
cause they are so light as to soon wear
away. Mistaken delusions '. If one of tbe
parts of our delicately complex organism
be Injured, it throws greater strain en the
i inn I all sutler. Wishing to maintain
the animal economy in a healthful state
and to restore lost power, we have only to
use tho celebrated Home Stomach slit
Sever Known to Fall.
Dr. Morris' Sjrup ot Tar, Wild Cherry
and llourhound has never been known to
fail In permanently curing obstinate
coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, cor
any disease ot the respiratory organs, and
t does It, too, at once. It Is not neces
sary to Uko it for a long time before you
can discover its beneficial effects. Its sale
in this community is immense, and Us pop
ularity universal. It should not be clatsed
with compounds put up by inexperienced
hands. Do not fail to give this great and
potent remedy a trial. It will not disap.
point you. Try It onie. Trial size, 10
cents. Regular size, 60 cents and one dol
lar Barclay Bros., Agent.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never falls. Pleas
ant to take, and requires no physic. Price,
26 cents. 4-4 iw
Or VT. C. Jocelyn
lias received a
large assortment ot artificial teeth, and is
prepared to supply all of his patrons.
All branches ot dentistry performed in
the mo6t durable manner. Call at once
Office Eighth street between Washing.
ton and Com uerclal avenues, Cairo, Uli
The oyster season li ora.
A little Child of Col. Iludann u
, " v-
The first of Mar will onon tli r,l.
The Public Llbrar Wall tlC fkhAM
Cairo hotels are doinir a fair business.
(.vuaiutTinf uie umea.
Sun uruberallas. and litrht
ng will soon bo In demand.
1.1 . aSa. A..
air. otrawon is arle to ha al.o..t
again ana attend to business.
ine excitement created hr tbn late
i-uj necuon nas about died out.
The Cairo and St. Iulg narrow irautr-
passenger train leaves Cairo at 8:30 a.m .
nuvj uiiiYLB in l. lotllS at fi p.m.
nnr aaatakt... I Cta. W .
There will be er Ices at tb Pmsh
.i-o. u euioui8t cnurcr.es
-The river here Is en the unward march
again, but it is not likelv that tho swell
win amount to much.
Prof. Herman, the celebrated wi.
zard," will perform in the Athcneum In
this city tbJi, Saturday eveninc
Kx Vice-President Colfax will tex
ture before the Odd Fellows of Da Quoin
and vicinity ou next Thursdar. Anrii
-Already a number o our citizens
are making arrangements for their sum
mer tours In search of health and pleas
The fashionable young blood is
much given to wearing a button-hole
bouquet and kid gloves about this season
of tho year.
S. P. Wheeler, Esq., of this city, will
lecture before the "Toung Folks Lit
erary Society" at Villa Ridge aome time
Ice dealers are preDarinir lor tha
coming season. Large qnantities of the
cold 6tufl' are expected to arrive her
in a few days.
The Cairo Odd Fellows, will not sro
to Duquoln on the 26th, as heretofore an-
nounoed. They haye concluded to sro to
Sherifl Wilson, of Pulaski counfv .
Mr. Ackerman, of the Pulaski Patriot,
and G. F. Meyers, all of Mmmrt i-n-
were In town yesterday. '
"A stitch iu time saves nine.'' A
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will
save often large doctor bllla. Keep it
handy, for It only costs 23 cents.
Aspirants for the various offices
within the gift ol the mayor, are becom
ing numerous. There are .a dozen ap
plicants for almost every otilce.
Dan Ilartman and Sol. Silver are or
g anizing a baby show to take place in
Cairo sometime soon. Particulars here
after. Remember that Duprez &. Benedict's
minstrels will appear at the atheneum In
this city ou Monday evening next. This
troupe has few equals and no superi
ors. An insane man cut up some curious
didos on Walnut and Cedar streets last
evenn.g. lie Is a stranger, and arrived
In the city yesterday aftefnoon. He was
harmless in his actions and at times
seemed to oe perfectly rational.
The Sun wants us to explain "that
pup story." We can't. It would be Im
modest In us; but being a minister of the
go.' ftl the editor of the Sun can do so
with perfect propriety.
The election tor county judge, coun
ty clerk, treasurer and surveyor will
take place in November .next. We al
ready hear of two or three gentlemen
who are willing to serve tho people as
Mr. Gus. Duder, brother of Messrs.
E. and W. Buder, the Jewelers, died at
the residence ef his brother, William, on
Thursday night of quick consumption.
Notice ot the luueral will appear In to
morrow morning's Bulletin.
We learn thut Observer Watson, In
charge of the signal department here,
received orders to remove his station
lrorn its present location to the custom
house. It is claimed that this move will
be detrimental to the river interests
Dr. D. P. Juett has resumed the
publication of the Ballard County Xewi
at Blandyille. We hope the doctor will
sueceed this trip and make the Xeus a
paying Institution, lie is an estimable
gentleman, a candid writer, and one the
people of Bullard should feel proud of.
We regret to learn that Messrs.
Straughn H inkle & Bird, proprietors of
the Planters' warehouse, are about to
remove to Paducah. Their reasons lor
this we have not been able to ascertain,
but suppose they believe they can do bet
Mr. Lancaster bus asserted that he
can prove that there was fraud In the
election for alderman in the Fifth ward.
If Mr. Lancaster knows this to be true,
it Is his duty as a good citizen to expose
the fraud that the guilty parties may be
dealt with according to law.
At the city election in Mouud City
last Tuesday, Justus Cunningham was a
a candidate for city attorney. Justus
received ten votes and his opponent one
hundred and fifteen. Justus is not t
success as a candidate.
The rivers will probably rise cotv
siderably for a day or two and then com
mence falling again. The late ralus have
sent the Cumberland and Tennesee rivers
up high. The Cumberland rose eight
feet in the 21 hours ending at 3:30
o'clock on Thursday.
ine ioiio wing new books are ex
petted to arrive at the Publio Library
to-day: "seven Oaks" and "Nicholas
Mlnturn'by Holland; 'Thilip Nolan
and Ills Friends," by Rev. C.Everett
Uale; -'Pine Needles," by Mrs. Warner
'The Boys of e," by C. Carleton
"Silver Pitcheri," by Miss Aleott.
A party of about eight gentlemen is
being organised in this city tor a trip to
Crltteaden springs. Tbe party will
leave Cairo about the middle ot July
and will be gone about six weeks. Thry
will take a number of tents with them,
provide their own provisions, and cm
ploy their own cook. They expect to
have a good time generally.
We understand the Cairo Odd Fol
low! are making arrangments for an ex
cursion to Paducah on the 20th Inst.,
the anniversary of the establishment of
the order In this country. The steamer
C. W. Anderson will carry the party to
and from Paducah. Tho fare for the
round trip will be, for gentleman
one dollar, and for lady fifty cents.
At tho annual election for officers of
the Hibernian Are company, held at their
engine house on Thursday evening, Jng.
F. Miller was elected captain of the
company. This Is a deserved compli
ment to Captain Miller, who is recog
mzed as chief among the great firemen
of the city.
The Sun says : "Our Democratic
friends must excuse us, but we can't
help asking them how they like the re
sult of their first effort to ''bull-doze"
the Republicans Into making nomina
tions for city officers." Wo are found
to say Democrats are not pleased with
the result of the election ; but It the Re
publicans of Cairo can stand it the Dem
ocrats certainly can.
There was more wheat sown in this
county last fall than ever before in a
single year and it nothing occurs to
injure the crop the yield will lie the
largest ever known. There will be per
haps one-third more corn planted this
spring than for many years previous.
There are not many oats grown in this
Short! v after the result ot the presi
dential comraiision had declared In favor
of Mr. Hayes, an tip-town miller had the
figures "8 to , " marked on a stone slab
at his mill. The day after the city elec
tion, while passing the same mil lwe saw
written on the stone "Now is the Winter
ot our content." The miller in nuestion
takes pecullur delight in the deleat of the
An English dog fancier says : "All
tne dogs ot high breed turn their tails to
the right, and low breed doss turn their
tails to the left and are subject to hydro
phobia." If this statement Is correct
there are not three "high breed" dogs In
Cairo, and as all the Cairo dogs are sub
ject to hydrophobia, we respectfully re
quest bis honor to turn the dog killer
loose at the earliest possible moment.
The question ot lighting the street
lamps Is being agitated by some of our
citizens, but the proposition does not
meet with much favor. We believe that
It this question could be submitted to a
vote of the people, seven out of every
ten voters In the city would vote against
lighting the lamps. We got along with
out gas during the dark nights of the
winter, and can certainly get along with
out it durlug the summer.
Prominent among the arrivals at tha
Planters' house yesterday were U. Lam
bert, Sikeston; Thomas IMoran and
H. D. Brown, Dexter.Mo.; J. H. Wood
ward, Europe; Ed. Romans and C.
Marks, Cincinnati; :.C. S. Rowe and F.
W. Parker, St. Louis; W. Gammox, Pe
ru, 111.; M. W. OUver,Evansvllle; O. Wil
liams, Omaha; A. F. Breaker and sister,
TYenona.lIl.; T. Chapman, and wife,
Vincennes, 111.; II. . Wiley, Arlington,
There is considerable anxiety to
know who Mayor Winter's next jailer
will be. It has been charged, but
whether truthfully we cannot say, that
his honor has pledged the negroes that
they should have one member of the
police force, the city jailer, ond the su
perintendent of streets. We are i.icllned
to believe his honor too smart to make
any such pledges, knowing, as he cer
tainly does, that the conrcll would not
be willing to give the negroes quite all
the good positions.
Guests at the St. Charles hotel yester
day were Chas. C. Baker and wife, Ev
ansville; Mrs. E Robinson and children,
Lvansville; J. B. Kelly, Cincinnati; E. D
arker, E. St. Anion and Harry St.
Owens. St. Louis; J. U. Mack, New Or
leans. J. Deboit. Philadelphia: Joseph
Runtons, Philadelphia; W. Wiggins.Col-
uuibus; W. Capsen, St. Louis; S. S. Wat
son and niece, Vincennes.Tud.; W. G.
Strickland, St. Paul. Minn.; Geo. Myers,
St. Louis; E. Warner, St. Louis; John T.
Dodd, Hickman; S. B. Iluber, Louis
ville; n. C. Shields. Cincinnati: J. B.
Barnes, Chicago; Miss S. Pierson, Brock-
llle, Md.; C. A. Pardue, Grenada, Miss;
no. Wilson, Grenada, Miss.; L. J' AW
on and lamily, Vieksburg.
iroralnent among tho guests at
Herbert's yesterday were Chas. Reed,
Paducah; Geo. W. Smith, R. W. IlanilU
ton. Murphy sboro; John Anott, Mill
Creek; E. T. Woolfolk, Paducah;'C. E:
Taylor, New York; J. M. Brown.
Paducah, Ky.; J. A. Fiuk,
Canton, Miss.; J. C. Tlmmons, Cincin-
nati ; T. W. Decker, Evansville ; Frank
Staudinger, St. Louis; F. M. Pricket.
Carbondile; W. II. Mann, Evansville:
E.;F. Winter, Illinois; L. Jones, St.
LouU: J. L. Sylvester, St. Louis: II.
Wakefield, W. F. Maxwell, Nomls City :
C. F. Rowe, bt. Louis; ll. A. Beasley,
Ills.;W. F. lopp, Evansville; II. C.
The Pulaski Patriot of Thursday says:
We are sorry our pious brother of the
Cairo Sun, to far forgets, at his period of
aged existence, tne ordinary courtesies ot
civilized life as to criticise the opinions of
the Patriot and men neglect to send us a
copy of his paper. We know the crltl
clsui, whatever ic may navo been, must
have been eminently high minded. Just
and beautiful, like Us author.
but then wo would like to have
6eeti it. admired It, appreciated it. and
commended It to our friends and the rest
of mankind. Brother Davis has often
promised to send . us the Dally Sun,
but he don t do It, and therefore we lo c
all the good things, tbe gems ot wit and
sarcasm of (hat salutly head; and whea
he knocks the socks of! of Brother Oberly
wo can only Imagine the fores ot
Obcrly's anguish by the tone ot Oberly'
squeal. Nevertheless, we would like to
ee ft copy of the !Ua m com meat i."
Chlel of Polios Gossraan last even
ing notified a number of confidence men
and thieves that they must tesve the
city within twelv hours or suffer the
consequences. The persons thus noti
fied promised to go, find we will now be
free from this class of men, for awhile
Arlington hotel arrivals : John B.
Holland, Bery Burk, Mlddleport, Md.;
II. II. Mathews, Ullin, 111 ; j. McCucny,
St. Louis ; J. W. Johnson, Olmsted;
J. W. Bodkcr, Cincinnati ; C. A. Van
Erram,Ja. Steel, St. Louis; John Rid
dle, Hy Freese, Helena, Ark. ; A. H.
Danlorth and wife, Mrs. J. II. Bethtine
and Mrs. J,3ones, Charleston ; J as. F.
Ballard, St Ixmis-, J. w. Johnson, Olm.
-The Pulaski Patriot of Thursday
sayg : "Democratic Cairo has again re
pudiated her 'first love and declared that
it just won't do to 'set her lambs up,' go
they swept the platter on Tuesday and
put in a clean Republican ticket for city
officers, except the city attorney." It is
remarkable what a difference ot opinion
may exist between the people living only
five miles apart. Tho Republicans of
Cairo declare the successful candidates
at the election lost Tuesday arc not Re
publicans, while tho Republican papers
published at Mound City, only five miles
away, declare tho "Republicans swept
the platter," nud "put in a clean Repub
Pay your taxes and cave cost, as I am
bound by law to advertise for Judge
ment on or before the first day of May,
-' ' P. Sacp.
For artistic Photographs at a moderate
cost call at Gustave Wetzell's Gallery.
Farm for Rent.
A fine farm of 83 acres In Alexander
couuty,on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Good dwelling, harn, well, Vc.
on the place. Rent low to a good tenant.
M. J. Howley,
3t Real Estate Ag t.
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
mens' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentlemens' hats dyed and
cleaned and blocked in the latest style.
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove Impurities from all fabrics with
out injury to the material. lm.
Mrs. Scantland has Just opened a new
stock of millinery goods on Seventh
street back of Messrs. Greer fc White's
store. Bleaching and repairing done in
the latest styles. Please give me a call.
No trouble to show goods. 4-10-2t
IIollAwnye puis and Ointment.
Scrolula was considered Incurable until
he great discovery of "Qolloway's Pills
and O inent" flashed upon the world.
Diseases which baffled the skill of the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
less remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, Itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
ire curable by them. Twenty-five cents
per box or pot.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be-
ween W ashington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the city, and land-
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
And it to their advantage to call upon
I take this opportunity of informing
my friends and patrons that I have re
ared from the practice of medicine in
Cairo, and hope that they will show
the sametavjrs to my worthy successor
that they have showen to me ; and I can
also say that Cairo has my best wishes,
and her citizens my kindest regards.
R. S. Brigham, M. D.
Cairo, III., April 19, 1877. 2-20-3t
Two Irreconcilable Conditions,
Debility and health are Irreconcilable
conditions. Weakly people, that Is to
say people who lack the vitality requl-
sit? tor a vigorous discharge of each and
all of the bedily f unctions, are Invaria
bly afflicted with some, though it may
be a trilling, disorder of the system.
Atony, or a want of muscular and ner
vous vigor, is accompanied by poverty of
the blood and leanness. A certain way
to overcome It and prevent the aggra
vated maladies to which it must ulti
mately lead is to use Hostetter's Stom-
acho Bitters, which promote digestion
and assimilatloH ot the food, and thus
are the means ot furnishing the body
with a supply of blood of a quality es
sential to its piopct nourishment. In
Vigoration through the instrumentality
ot the matchless tonie protects the fee
ble from a hosts ot bodily ills which
lurk in ambush tor the debilitated. The
bitters are an article which it U most
dcshable to keep constantly on hand.
The following Is a list ot letters ie-
mainiiig uncalled tor at the postotiice in
Cairo, Alexander county, 111., Saturday,
April 21st, 1S77.
La lies Banks, Harriet; Carr, Luciu-
da; Cutting, Mrs. Thos.; Dickerson.Mat
tie; Duncan, Amy; Gilcriase, Jane; Kiug,
Amy; Mills, Lottie; McNamarra, Mrs.
John; Oaklty, Annie; Roads, Maty;
Rouse Minerva; Sales, Sarah; Scott, Mrs.
R. T.; Sullivan, Nancy,
Thomas, Alice; Welsh, Sarah;
Gents: Androus, E. L.; Bla-:k, B.T.;
Blanchard, Geo. Aj Burrows, W, S.;
Chas, II. E ; Chldler, Wco.; Doyle.Rich
ard; Estes, J. B.; Ellis,
S. R ; Friar, Alex.; Farrell, Thor;
Grantham, S. A.; Hutchens, Jas.;Hu
gel, J. E-; neartt, Jmk; HjuUIuu,
Miche; Ingle W. W.; Joues, Frank;
l.ankford, Geo. II. ; Moloney, M. A.;
Maloney.tJohn; Moloney, Miche; Ml
nard, W. J.; Neal. Jacob; Ponu.O.Ct
Smith, O. B.; Warner, E.
Persons calling tor any of the above
Utters will please say "advertised."
Gxo. W. McKKiio, P. M.
TEMPLE OP FsASEUOIT.
Down go tho Frioco of
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Ever brought tp Cairo. Thee sroods are purchased hy Mr. Farnbsker who resides In
ew York, and takes his time in selecting and buying just wbal Tth market
needs and at prices to suit the times. You wilfdo well by calUaa
on us, to look at nur Kooda and prices. We make
A Specialty of Gents Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. In Winter's Block.
Winter & Stewart, 111 Commercial av
enue, will sell at
Satcrpat Mobxisg, 10:30 O'clock,
April 21, 1877.
Book-Case, Kitchen Safe, Cupboaid,
Glass) and Queensware of all kinds
Chairs.Stoves, etc. 2t.
Was DrAHTnr.!rr Rrvan Rcpot, 1
April So, 1877. f
STATION. LOW WATIB.
FT. IH. tT. IW.
Cairo 37 11 4
Pit'-bura- - 6 S 1
Cincinnati 17 01 z 3
Louisville. 8 10 1
Nashville it 0 X3 0
Bt. Louie 19 g X . 7
Evansville 10 9 0 0
Memphis....- si 94
Vickabura: 39 9X0
Sew Orleans 6 t 4
Below high water ls74.
Serjeant, Surnal Wervice, ' 8. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Gray Hound and tow, O. River.
" Jno. G.Fletcher, JefTersonvillei
" Ed. nobbs and tow, St. Louis.
" Cons Millar, Memphis.
1 ' Atlantic and barges, N. O.
T. T. Hillman, Nashville.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
Steamer James Fisk, Puducah.
" Grand Lake aud Barges N. O.
" Gray Hound and tow. South.
" Ed. Hobbs and tow, O. River.
" J. F. Fletcher, Yellowstone R.
" Cons. Miller, Cincinnati.
" C. W. Anderson, Nashville.
" Jas. II. Blgley and tow, St. L.
" Atlautic and barges, St. Louis.
Ste. Genevieve, Vieksburg.
Capt. Frank Hicks of steamer Caron-
delete is in the city. His boat will arrive
to-night from New Orleans to Evansville.
The Ohio river fell four Inches at this
point yesterday. The rise at Cincinnati
was three luches, and at Louisville the
river Is stationary. It Is also
on a stand at Evansville.
The Mississippi rose seven Inches
at St. Louis, but as the Missouri river is
falling above that point the rise in Mis
sissippi will not amouut to much. The
Cumtrland rose threeTeet at Nashville.
The rains will probably cause the river s
to rise here, but the swell will not be
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R7 Ohio ItAwee.
O. D WnilAMSON.
And Peeler In
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SPECIAL attantlot a;lvea tooonsUrnmenU aad
No SO Ohio Levee.
TyK. R. SMITH
Physician & Surgeon
Office in Winter's Ulock.oorner Keventh and
Commercial Avenue, (entranoe on Savantb.
UeeideaiM TbirUvuUi street, west of Washington
W. II. MAREAN.M. D.
H3i2:jitiic ftpciu ui Surgeon
Dr. Brighara-a Successor.)
Offlca 133 Commercial Ava.
2-l-lm Cairo, Illinois.
Special attention given to the' treat men
Chronic Oi.easee and diseases peculiar
WHOLESALE AJTS RKTAZXi.
IN TFB CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and OommerclaJ At,
C. 0. PATTER ft CO.
BOOTS & SHOES
GU 0CEHIE s
Coflee, Sugar & Syrup
JSpeoialty. in. Toao
Goods Delivered Promptly.
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