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;i!R0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
"at. Any business Arm can have three lines
In this column under nprorint heaStnt:
a liberate ol tl.Ao r month or 912 per year
pajauie quarterly in advance.
Hardware, Ntovas ftnl Tin Ware.
A. HALI.KY ttealcria Stoves. Tin and Hant
ware, baiden ami ramier' Implements, Wire
jooih, mtrlifersinrs, lumps ami laiMers,
I Commercial Avnue. UtitteriDff, and Job
tt or done on snon not we.
r.S.MrUAIlEY-liealerlii hard and softliim
lr, floorinc, cedlnic, siding ami aurfeced
I iiiiiImt , lalh anil shingle, oilioe ami yard
rorner 1 wentietli street ami Washington avenue
LANCASTtll A HICK-Ie1ers In sata,
iloors, l.lln'l, etc., hard and soft Inmlier and
thingles. Yard an( office, Commercial avenue,
Jorner I7th street.
I. HARTMAN fieater In Queensware, Toys
lamps inl all kinds ol fancy articl. Couuuer-
vu avenue, corner Ui street.
WII.UAM WINTEIC Sixth atreet between
'Jonuuerclal avenue and Washington avenue.
ClulhluaT and Merchant 1'BilarliiK.
.IOII N A NTItl M Merchant Tailor ami d.ler
In Ready Made Clothing. 78 Obiu I.vee.
Krai t".tat Affeiielea.
M. J. IIOWI.KY-Real Kstate A Kent. Hoys
ami tells real entitle, collect renin, vaya taxes
lor non- rexi.lcntx.eti'.. Comim rem) avenue, be
tween Ninth ami Tenth streets.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E. R.
StXouis & Chicago
Tho only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
II;::'. toliia I::'.:;:Li:::
Trains Leava Cairo
220 p.m. Kant KxjireKK, arriving In St.
Louie fe:.Vt p. m.; 4,'bicaKO, ":), a. in.
2:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
V1LLE FAST LINE
Arriving In Cincinnati H:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, H M't, am ; IndWnapolii, 4.1ft a.m.;
Passenger by ttil train arrive at above
OF ANY OTflEE EOUTE.
1:30 p. la. fast Mail with sleepers attach
ed. for ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
airlvin; In St. Loul at G:.'J0 a.m. Chi
cago nt 4 ..'!') p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Kllinuhani lor Cincinnati, Louisville
and I lull an Boli k.
FAST TIME EAST
Pat-enrs by th(
the hast without
line iro through to
any delay cau-ed by
r'K M r.UltO AKKIVKS IN NKW
VoltK MONDAY MUUMNU
AT 1U vO.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTIIKli KOLTK.
Advetli-i mints of conijietini' Hut that
they mke better time than tbia ouo, are
are Issued cither through igboranc-: or a
desire to mislead the public.
For through tickets aul inlormution,
apply Ut Illinois Central K. ll. Ucul, Cairo.
TBA1MS AHKIVS AT CAISO
I xprioS ....
...:' p m.
Oen'l Southern Agt.
JoNKS, Ticket Agt.
M. J. Howloy,
Real Estate Agent.
Two store rooms in Wintrr's liloek;
one frontinj on St yentli Etreet and the
other on Couitutrciul avenue. Koouh
on second Moor of Winter's Block.
Tenements No. a and 5 of Winter'j row
of 5 rooms each. Kent, $10.
Nice dwelline ol tix room on t ros
rtrect, In a dcbirable neighborhood,
Waverly hotel cheap to a good tenant
Cottaire ol (our rooms on Seventh
Cottaire of llvo rooms on Twcllth
stre;t west of Walnut.
Kxcellent two-story house on Twenty
eighth street, eomfortubly iirranged
Cottage oa lltli street, between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street.
Store room and dwelling lately Mat-
son's thoc etore.
Two-story house on l'Jth sreet, ol mx
rooms, ltent $10.
Store room corner lth street, and
Two-story house corner, 12th and Wal
nut streets. Ili ut
Iiesiruble room? in various parts of
lliiiv Mini to iuluiK ineu Iruin
itli.. -flecfM til rriril alltl ubllttc ill
) pq early life. Mauuuod Kcstored. lui 'M
I Zi New n elliou nt treatine nu mw,s.
ItJ 2 land remarkable remedies. Hooka IT
hsXSrr! nil circulars sent I'ree in nealed W
"12 envelie. Atctern I low A ill) At-ia
fSI rM Bo lATluM. 4IJ -. MOtll St. rillla-
n. ip .
Oa dcliihia. l'u. An institution liuv-
lO Siiuita hiKh reimtHtion lor hop.
utile couuuet and
Two Irreconcilable t'outlif 1011a,
Debility and liealth are Irreconcilable
conditions. Weakly people, that is to
say people who lack the vitality requl
slti tor a vigorous discharge of each and
all of Ihe bodily tunctions, are invarla
bly alllictcd with some, though it may
be a trilling, disorder ol the system
Atonv. or a want ot muscular ana 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 Ilostetter's Stom
ache Bitters, which promote digestion
. and asslmilatloa ot the lood, and thus
are the means ot furnishing the body
w ith a supply of blood of a quality es
sential to its proper nourishment. In.
yigoration through the instrumentality
of the matchless tonlo protects the fee
hl from a host ot bodily ills which
i..rir in amt.iiktt lor the debilitated. The
bitters aro an article which it U most
desirable to keep constantly on band.
The knla-lits of the absv order sneet
tlieir hall the lint ami third Tuesday
in eacii month. Comnwrelai aveoue. !U door
auutb ol litn atreet, at 8 p m .
John Hoi.mr,0. O. M
ASCALOK LODOI, NO. SI.
Knirht of Pvthuu. meeta rverv r
y niani at nau-uaai aavan. in uaa-
reiiowi' iiaii. uowi,
- ALRXAMDKB LODGE, NO. m.
IndcMndent Order of Odd-rel-
V 1 Iowa, merta erery Tbareday nlftht
iw"- at bail-put aeven, in tneir halloa
JoinmTcial avenue, betweea Bixth and fteventa
:reets VVILI.K. HAwaina, N. U.
lAirtO KNCAMPMT.fiT, I. O. O. r.. meeta
OfM-rellowa' Hall oa Ihe flratanl third
lucwlny In every month, at half-paat aaven
A. CoaiHoa, C P
CAIItOLODtiK.NO.IOT.A.r. AA. M.
Holil ree-ular oommttbloatlona in ala-
aonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
ml Kiehth atmet, oa uie aeoond and
mirth Monday of each month.
BATKM OF ADTEMNIIVU.
Cf All bllla for alverUaiBK. are due and pay
able 11 ADVAHCB
Tranaient advertising will be inserted at the
rate of f 1 00 per aquare for the flrat Insertion
and 90 centa for each aubeequent one A liberal
discount will be Blade on atanding and diapl
For inserting Funeral notice 1 "0 Notice of
meeting of aficletiea or secret order So cents for
Church, Society, reatival and Supper notices
will only be inserted as advertisements
Ko aalvertisemcot will be received at less than
V) cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for leas than three dollar per month
I.OCAI. niNISKM HOICK
Of one square (H lines &w) or more, in
serted in the Bullktin as follows : (Leas
than one square counted as it square.)
One insertion per square - $ 50
Two Insertions per square.
i'hree Insertions per square 1 00
Six !nsTtlons per square 1 75
Two weeks per square - 2 50
One month per square- w
Special rateg made on large advertise
ments or for longer time.
TiirilSDAY'. AI'JJIL 20. 1S77.
Itral Weather Kepora.
Cairo, III., April i"
Bab. j Tub.
: Pi j
2 li 'i
Serjeant. Surtial bervlce. V. S. A .
To all who are suflerlng from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will stud a recipe that will
cure you, tree oi cnanrc. una great
tmcdy was discovered by a misfcionary
in South America. Send a self-ad
dressed envelope to the Iter. Joeph T.
luman. Station D. Bible House, ew
r' C;tv. 1-SJ-Cm
lr. W. f. Jorelyu
lias received a
rgejassortment ot artificial teeth, and is
prepared to supply nil of his patrons.
All branches ot dentistry pcriormcd in
the tnot durable manner. Call at once.
Ortlce Eighth street between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illi
nois. Refrigerators, the very best, at A.
llalhy's, 115 Comercial avenue. Also
stoves -and tinware, toilet ware, table and
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' Im
plements, plows, coin planters and
shelters, sulkey rakes, and a general
stock of stoves, tin and hardware,
flower stands, both wire aud wood,
llower trainers, diflerent styles, hanging
baskets of all kinds ; the largest variety
of bird cages in the city and will be sold
very low at A. Ilalley'g, 115 Commercial
Tobacco and t liters.
Morehants.groccrs, and saloon-keepers
should not torget that Messrs. Corlis &
ltankin, proprietors ot the Prairie- State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, Lave
opened an establishment at the corner
of Sixtti street and Ohio leveo in this
city where tlicy wil. do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand tho largest
and most complete stock oi
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest livinff prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
E. r. Hunkers Hitter win of Iron
baa never been vnown to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; India-
position to exertion, loss ol memory, uim
cultv of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, coia ieet.
weakness, dimness ol vision, languor, uni
vernal lassitude ol the muscular system
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, tlasbinK ot the boJy, dry.
nets of the skin, pallid countenance aud
eriintions on the face, purifying the blood.
pain in the back, heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequent black snots flyimr before the eyes
with temporary euilixion aud loss of eight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. V. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It nover fails. Thousands are now
enjoyinif health who have used it. Take
ouly K. F. Kuukel's.
beware of counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
to well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it off to their customers, when they
call for Hunker Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel's Bitter v ine or iron is put up
only in 1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on the wrapper of
each uottia. Always iook tor ins puuiu
graph on ihe outside, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for 5. hold by druggists and
ALL WOKMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls
to destroy Tin Seat and btomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel. the only successful physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hour
alive, with hed. and no fee until removed.
Common sense teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
aestroyea. send lor circular to lr. nun
kel.fno. 5409 North Ninth atreet. i'hiltdel-
pbltt.Ps., or coil on your druk'ifist and ask
for s Uottia of Kunkel's Worm Syrup.
iks fi,vu 'tueveriau.
The tlren are falling.
This is the season for mad dogs. Be
The city council will meet to-mor
Vegetables are becoming plenty and
cheap in the Cairo market.
Remember the sociable at Air.
Walker's, on Twentieth atreet this even
ing. All are Invited to attend.
House cleaning time has come, and
the good housewife may now be found
with sleeves rolled up and scrub
brush In hand.
non. a. u.irvin arrived home on a
short visit to bis family on Tuesday af
ternoon. He will probably return to
H. F. Totter, enrolling and engross-
ing clerk of the Senate, w ho Is at home
on a short leave of absence.to Springfield
was in the city yesterday.
i he corn doctor is about again, and
declares his ability to "extract' all the
toes on ones leet, and that too "without
causing the slightest pain. "
The colored girl Martha Davis, who
was 6o seyerly burned a few weeks ago
while assisting her father in burning
brush, died yesterday from Uie effects
of her injuries.
Business men and real estate dealers
are of the opinion that Cairo Is about to
take a fresh start, and that within two
years her business will bo greatly en
A. Marx, the popular clothier has
gone East to purchase a complete new
stock of goods. The goods damaccd by
fire at his old stand are being closed out
rapidly at very low figures. 4-2 1-1 w.
Mr. Egnew of the St Charles starts
to-morrow morning for the south to ar
range for a supply of early fruit and ber
ries. Mr. E. is bound that no table in
the state shall surpass that oi the St.
Charles lor good things.
Applicants for the various ofQces
within the gift of JMayor Winter are be
coming more numerous each day. His
honor Informs us that he has had at least
one hundred applications for positions on
the police force.
Jake Ackcrman, the notorious thief
and confidence man, is in the city again.
lie was out riding yesterday in company
with a notorious prostitute. Can't this
man Ackerman be induced to "jump the
town?" He is a dangerous
man and should not be tolerated.
Among the guests at Herbert's yes
terday were E. F. Western, Bard well,
Ky.; A. W. Thomas, Btandville; F.
11 oner, and family, Ilickmaii, Ky.; Sam
Manback, Cincinnati; Al. II. Watman,
Chicago; T. V. Alkins. S. C. Keating,
A. Matman, Memphis; W. Cass St. Louis.
There Is being made tor the dining
room ot the St. Charles, new door and
window screens, aud when the room is
complete with its many improvements as
Mr. Egnew contemplates, no dining
room la the state will excell it fo com
fort. During thelhot summer months
there isno cooler room in the country
than the St. Charles dining room.
There are those in the city who as
sert that the police force should either
be increased to a sufficient number to
give the city ample protection, or that it
should be abolished altogether. One
thing is certain, the force is now too
small to be effective. Four night police-
men are not enough to patrol Cairo and
do effective service.
The body of a drowned man was
found floating in the river on the Ken
tucky shore near Fillmore on Tuesday
afternoon. It Is believed that the body is
that of a man named John Dalzell, mate
of the Charlie McDonald, who fell over
board from that boat while she was lay
ing at the Kentucky bank opposite this
city some two or three months ago.
Carl IVtcrs, the blacksmith, whose
shop was destroyed in the great fire on
Commercial, has erected on the sight of
the old building one ot the finest brick
blacksmith shops in Southern Illinois,
where be is prepared to do anything In
his line at the very lowest price. Mr.
Peters is one ot the be.-l workmen in his
line, and horsc-shoclng is one of his
Arrival: at the Arlington yesterday
were: J. C. Dewett, J.C. Collins, Anna,
III.; A. T. Peeler, Belknap, III.; J. D.
Capron, St. Louis, Mo.; h. Oppenhel-
mer, Louisville, Ky., A. D. Graham,
Memphis, Tenu.; O. M. Bell, St. Louis,
Mo.; II. W. Goodrich, Chicago, III.;
J. W. Kennedy, New Orleans, La.; A.
C. Brown, Paris, 111.; T. C. McClure
and wife, Clear Creek, III.; John 31ick
ens, Chicago, 111.
The Methodist sociable to take place
at the residence ot Mr. Walker this even
Ing promises to be attended by a very
large number of the friends oi the M. E.
church. Mr. and Mrs. Walker have
gone to considerable trouble to make ar
rangements tor the reception and enter
tainment of tbeir guests, aud it Is to be
hoped that they will not be disappointed
in their expectations oi a large attend
II. C. Harpending, hailing from
Dougolia, was taken In tor twenty dol
lars yesterday on the three card moute
game. impending fell in with one
of the gang of confidence men who haunt
that portion of the city below Sixth
street, and was induced to "take a
walk" ovsT to the narrow gauge depot.
The three card game was Introduced to
him, and lie paid $20 for bis experience
Harpending teported the cas i to the ofU
cers, and late last evening Sheriff Saup
captured the monte man in one ot the
dens on the corner of Sixth street and
Washington avenue. He was locked up
for the night, and will be given a hear In
In another place In this Issue of the
BiaiKTisf we publish a communication
from Mr. Wm. J. Yost of Metropolis, in
which Mr. Yost takes issue with the
committee of the tax payers association
who recently visited our publio schools,
and In their report , to tho association
aid something atut the whipping pest.
We fear Mr. Yost has hot read the report
carefully, or ho would at once understand
that the committee do not advocate the
establishment of the whipping poet, but
remark Incidentally that something of
tke kind would be ft "good thing. We
doubt very much If there Is a member of
the committee who in serlousnets would
layor the whipping post.
, Arrivals at the Planter's House yes
terday were il. A. McBrido, Bufllngton,
Mo.; J. L. Robinson, Bufllngton, Mo.; J.
A. Royal, Dexter, Mo.; J. Bodman,
Bird's Point ; J. Wolf, Little Bock ; W.
U. Hamilton, Kankakee; J. II. Hart,
Cincinnati; IL Callnhan, New Y'ork ;
Judge J. J. Walkor, Olmetead, 111.
B. S. Baker, Benton, Mo.; A. Nichols,
Stone Fort, III.; O. W. Walker, Illinois ;
P. II. Adams, Birds Point; Kami.
Morgan, Forman, III.; Ben Brown, The
bes;.!. M. McKenny and W. Grace,
Tunnel Hill; VT. C. Moore, Price Land
ing Mo.; T. B. Phillips, Mo.; W.o.
Roberts, Litchfield III.; J. C. White,
Jackson, Miss.; W. D. Crane, Unloutown,
An amusing incident of our late
city election was the persistent and un
compromising effort ot Charlie McGill,
a ten year old attache ot St. Mary's in
firmary, to cast his first vote. He had
formed a favorable opiniou of Demo,
racy from the glimpses he had caught of
Its physiognomy in the marine and city
wards of the hospital, and Imbibed more
than his share of election excitement.
Marching boldly to the court house, he
demanded a Democratic ticket, and Insis
ted.'against much opposition, that his
vote be recorded. .The obstacles suggest
ed to the youth served only to increase
his r.eal in the Democratic cause. A
compromise was at lat affected, by a
pretended compliance with his wishes,
and he went away rejoicing, and lully
believing that he had elected all the nom
inees. Among the arrivals at the St.
Charles yesterday were D. 1). Meanx,
Louisville, Ky.; Jules Laurenot, New
Orleans; Adolph Dueber, St. Louis ; Paul
T. Jones, BoUvar. Tenn.; S. M. Beason,
Mrs. E. Beason and child, N'iles, Michi
gan ; I red. 1'upet and wife, Milwaukee ;
M. K. McElhany, Cincinnati ; J. K. Con-
k-y, Iulsville; E. Pcnwell, Shelby vllle,
111.; E. F. Wllber, St. Louis, S. 1).
Miller, Akron, O.; F. K.. Foley, O. Love,
Mary Loor and son, Centralia, 111.; N.
Northrop, S. II. Mills, Cincinnati ; ny
White, Cincinnati ; John Shnnemaker,
Evansville, Ind.; J. L. Burlc, Wheeling,
W. Va., C. E. Wiluer, Troy, Ky. ; John
L. Williams, Jackson, Tenn.; James Bye,
Cincinnati; W. P. Scott, Evansville; L
E. Kalnskeg, New Y'ork.
Ihe regular weekly sale of tohacco
at the Farmers' warehouse will take
place to-day, Thursday, at halt past ten
o'clock. The sale will 'be the largest of
the season, between seventy-live and ono
hundred hogsheads having already ar
rived. It is a duty the merchants and
business men ot Cairo owe to themselves
to attend these sales, and to do all
In their power to build up the tobacco
market here. The opening of the tobac
co market in Cairo was the beginning of
a new era in tiio business .of the city.
There Is not a dry goods dealer, grocer,
clothier or hotel keeper in the city who
has not been directly benefited through
the tobacco market. The weekly sales
draw to the city great numbers of coun
try people from the ad-
Jaccut states of Kentucky
aud Missouri, and nearly all of them
spend more or less money with our mer
chants, grooerymen aud hotels. The
Cairo tobacco market should be sus
tained, aud our business men and citi
zens gem-rally should not hesitate to lend
a helping hand wheu needed.
Maj. Morrill, of the Cairo and Vin
cennes railroad has tendered his resigtia
tion as superintendent ot that road, to
take effect on Tuesday next. May 1st.,
and Mr. Roswell Miller has been appoint
ed to supercede him in the management
of the road. Maj. Morrill has had charge
ot the Cairo and Vinceunes road lor
about three years. Ho took hold ot
it at a time when its all.iirs
were in anything but a favorable condi
tion iu previous management having
been Inelllclent, loose and carelessly
conducted, and the road bad run down to
such a polut that had not a change taken
place when it did, it would undoubtedly
have been compelled to quit business.
But Maj. Morrill threw all his energies
Into the management ol the road, and in
a very short time in a ereat measure
regained what it had lost under the pre
vious management : and now. at bis
retirement, after three years at the head
of the road, he has the satistaction
of knowing that the traffic ot the road
bos been Increased to such an extent
that it Is now doing a business that will,
all things considered, compare favorably
with any other road in tho state. Per
sonally Maj. Morrill has many warm
friends In Cairo who will regret his de
parture from the city. Mr. Miller,! who
succeeds Maj. Morrill In the management
of the road has had many years experi
ence in me rauroaa business, and
having been connected with the Cairo
and Vincennes railroad for several years,
understands its affairs perfectly. Un
der his management the road will take
no step backward, mr. Miller is popu
lar with the people ot Cairo as well as
with those living along the line of the
roud, aud underbills manipulation we
have reason to believe;the business ot the
Cairo and Vinceunes road will 'continue
to increase and gradually grow more
For artistic Photographs at a moderate
cost call at Gustave Wetzell's Gallery.
Horse, buggy, harness, and a complete
outfit for tho same. 'Ihe horse, five
years old, buggy and harness nearly
new, all tor one nunureuan j nrtyaoiiurs.
Apply to N. W. Ilacker, 70 Ohio leyee.
A good cook. Apply to Mrs.W.R.
Smith, Thirteenth street between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut.
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
mens' garments, Ko. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentlemcns 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. , 1 m .
Mrs. ftcanfland has Just opened a new
stock of millinery goods on Seventh
street back of Messrs. Oreer A White's
store. Bleaching and repairing done in
the latest styles. Please give me a call.
No trouble to Bhow goods. 4-19-2t
Farm for Rent.
A floe farm of S3 acres in Alexander
county ,on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Good dwelling, barn, well, Lc.
on the place. Reut low to a good tenant.
M. J. IIowlct,
3t Real Estate Ag't.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
tLe laundress, Ko. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial aye
aucs, has one of tho best conducted laun
dry establishments In the city, and land
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
3nd It to their advantage to call upon
IlAllownys Pills and Ointment.
Scrofula was considered Incurable until
he great discovery of "ilolloway's Fills
and O nicDt'' flashed upon the world.
Diseases which baffled the skill of the
medical school, readily yield to these peer
less remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Twenty-five cents
per box or pot.
rietnrea and Brnekets.
E. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He lias opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
rhroinos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture framing made a speciality
Chrotnos mounted in the cheapest and
best style. lm
BOOKS 1 BOOKS 1
At the auction rooms ol Winter &
Stewart, No. Ill Commercial Avenue,
ox friday evkm.no, april 27, 1877, at
8 o'clock, sharp.
Comprising works by celebrated authors
Browning, Barham, J. G. Holland,
Goldsmith, Wayne Held, O. P. R. James.
A. K. II. Boyd. ("The Country Par.
son,") Victor Hugo. tc, &c. 2d
Mrs. Spears has removed her place ot
business from Seventh street to Com
mercial avenue, No. lis, in Winter's
block, where she will be pleased to wel
come her old customers and new ones,
She has a fine assortment of new goods
from New York, consisting of ladies hats
of all patterns, flowers, feathers and all
kinds of goods in the millinery line.
Ladies will do well to call and examine
before buying elsewhere. She will be
pleased to show goods at all times. Hats
bleached and trimmed to order: coloring
black or brown 4-22- lm
n the sky Is a sign of God's promise that
the world should never again be destroyed
by water; and viewing the tenacity with
hi. li men bold on toTlfe.it i surprising
to all bow recklessly they snap tbe Jinks
one after another, by paying no heed to
the derangement of tbeir constitution, be-
ause they are so light as to soon wear
.... a . . . L -
awuy. Mistaken ueitisions 1 11 one 01 me
arts ol our delicately complex organism
be injured. It throw greater strain on the
inn l all suffer. Wishing to maintain
the animal economy in a healthful state
and to restore lost power, we have only to
se the celebrated Home Stomach Wit
Never Known to Tail.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
And Houruound has never been kuown to
fail In permanently curing obstinate
coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, r.or
any disease ot the respiratory organ, and
t doe It, too, at once. It t not neces
sary to take it for a long time beiore jou
cut discovei its beneficial effects, its sale
In this community is Immense, and Its pop
ularity universal. It should not be claed
with compounds put up by Inexpeiienced
hands. Do not fall to give this great and
otent remedy a trial. It will not disap-
nnint van. Trv It 01120. Trial Sl0, 10
ents. Uepular kie, 60 cents ana one uoi
ar uarciay nros., flgcsi.
Also agents for Prof, l'arkar's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never laus. 1 ieas-
ant to take, and require no physic. Prica,
THE WHIPPIHQ POST.
Mr. Wm.J. VtMl Takes isani wiiu
I he oiuuiltte t Ilia isi.rsjtr.
Metropolis, III., April 10, 1S77.
To'the Editor of.the Bcllktin:
la a late Issue ot your paper, a com
mittee ot emineut gentlemen 01 your
city, published a report on schools, and
show therein that pauperism ana crime
cost Alexander couuty more than twice
as much as education, aud as a remedy
for this to avoid these expenses for
the purpose of preventing pau
perism and crime, they suggest
the establishment or the
How giving a man or woman ten or
lorty, lashes on the bare back, will wake
them feel like they had eaten a good
square meal, aud were well, clothed and
sheltered from the storms of this world,
your honorable committee fall to explain.
Allow me, a native of Illluols, to respect-full-
protest against tbe whipping post,
and suggest In leiu of It, a law by .which
all those who belong to the class ot
' - . f (
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Ever brought to Cairo. These (roods are purchased by Mr. Farnbaker who resides in
ew York, end take hi time In selecting and buying Just what the market
needs and at prices to suit the time. You Will do well by calling
on us, to look at our goods and prices. We make
A Specialty of Gents' Furnishing Goods and
FARNBAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. (n Winter's Block.
- - - i j . 1 . .
paupers and petty criminals may be
given honorable labor on the public
highways, or in some other way.
Respectfully, Wm. J. Yost.
It is a fact widely and amply attested
that where the powerful and pernicious
drug, quinine, and other mineral poisons,
administered ss remedies for fever and ague
and bilious remittents, fall to yield more
than tempoary relief to Uie,'uflerer,IIostet
ter' Stomach Bitters scotches these tremen
dous epidemics most thoroughly, and by
strengtcning the system and regulating Its
functions, protects it against malarial at
tacks. No resident of a locality where the
above maladies prevail, or where they are
likely to break out In consequence of the
poisoning of the atmosphere by noxious ex
halations, should fall to take practical cog
nizance ol the above important truth, and
by a timely use of the bitters avoid the
ravages of maladies so disastrous to the
physical constitution. There I not In ex
istence s Oner tonic, corrective and defen-
vsie cordial 4-2t-7t.
WAH DarASTMBNT. RlVBM REPOT, 1
April ', ltfJ7. f
STATION. LOW WATCH.
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LoHisville t 10 X
Nashville 29 7 ft
St. Louis .... m 01
EvanavUle is 10 XI I
Memphis...... .'I'i 1 11 0
Vicksburir 9 X a
'New Orleans 0X1
J!e:ow high atrls74.;
fferffeant, Surnal Service, 'I 8. A.
Steamer James Fisk.Paducah.
Steamer James FUk, Paducah.
Simtiel W. Cook is hereby notified that
Jacob 8. Merrell. on tht 15th day ol Decem
ber, A. D., ibTti, sued out ot tbe circuit
court ot Alexender county, (state of Illinois,
a writ ol attachment against h-m, tne sata
Samuel W. Cook and his estate, for the
sum of one hundred and ten dollars (flit).
00), which said writ has been returned ex
ecuted by levy on real estate, and is now
pending neiore saiu court, aow uniess me
riamuel W. Cook shall appear, give ball
and plead within the time limited lor LU ap
pearance in such case, Judgment will be
entered and the estate so attached will be
told. JOB V A. UEEVE, Cireult Clerk.
April 8d, 1870. d-td
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WHOLESALE AXO RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Good Sold Very Cloae.
Uornar lBth St. ad OoaunsrclsJ At.
C. 0. FATTER & CO.
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syrup
Specialty In Toas
Goods Delivered Promptly.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AJOERIOAN ?OWDI OO
f7 Ohio IsAvee.
O. B WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
Ks. IB OHIO LEVEE.
PFX.AL attontioi ivn tooonslf nmentt aa I
No SO Ohio Levee,
1 - . . n H
y M. R. SMITH
Physician fc Surgeon,
Onlce In Winter' luoek.'eorner bavsath and
Commercial Avenue, (eatraaas oa Osvealh.
Ueaitlenoe ThirUoaiU strsl, west 01 VV ahlatoB
W. II. MARE AN, M. D.
Ir. Itrlffbaitt' Succtor.)
Office 139 Commercial Are.
t-I-!m Cairo, ItllaoU.
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Chrome iaeuw ami di
Estate of Charles Rocker iVweaaad.
The un'lershrned, savins baaa appoints s I
' of the eaut of Charles Uoeaar. -a la
of Uia eountr of Alexander aaa stale of Illi-
Alexander aaa stale of I
aoia, deceased, hereby fives suites Uotl as wilt
sppear before the county eoart of Atsaasder
aouuiy, si ins ean nouss in taira a las wi
term. oa the third Monday la April Bast', at
which tioi all persons Bavin elaianS Sfsaas
aaid csUla ara BoliBvd sad rsuusstwl to
for the uurixiaa of aavlnf tas sasas aajad
All persuiU iniieuMU 10 aetu asiaw ara
to tuak immediate payment lotas aadsrsisasu.
a luaaa iinaisaiaHr payiua
Hated life 11 day of ret
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