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JilRO BUSINESS HOUSES
!. Anv lminr(i Arm can have threellne1
(.ace, In thin column under appropriate heading
tithe rate nl ll.yi per month or llifxryear
payable pmrtcrly in wlvanc.
d Tin Wurr.
A. IIAtXKV-lenli-r in Moves. Tin and If nrfl
Wnre, (iaiden ami tanners' I m piemen M, Wire
wiH, iieiriKentiorn, rumps ami Udder
I l.i Commercial Avrnue. l.inUruiK, and Job
work Hunt- on snort notice.
.. S . Met ; AIIKY I leult-r In lmrl and soft 1 um-
cr, iioorniir, ceilinK, MdniK and urf.iee.l
IlimlH-r, llltll Ktl'l Shingles. Iinil'4. Ht. yard
corner I wciitieth street aii'l Washington avenue'
. LANfrASTElt UICK"Ie,d, m In nash.
tloois, IiIiihIh, Hr,.. Iiuril and soli liiiulr and
siima-ics. ari an. I oluoe, lomiiicrriiil
yitm-r win street.
I). IIAItTM W fn-aler in On.-n.w.ro T,.v
Lamps ami ull kin. In of lanry urtirl'l. lonimer-
rui incline, corner mii street.
, WILLIAM H INTKIt "Ixfh strut Intween
. oiiiimrrliiiavi mic und W arfhington avenue.
lothlng? mid Mrri'lmnf Tailoring.
in iw-wiy l.le Clothing. 7)1 Ohio lA-vee.
Krai t:tat AKcnclea.
M. .f. HOWI.KV-Il.ii1 KsUite A-.nt. lluys
ui.'I sells real enlutf, collects rents, pays Ult-
lor non-resident. etc. Commercial avenue, be
.VinUi an. I Tenth streets.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road Running Two
Daily TrninH from Cairo,
Cited Ha ia
Trains Leave Cairo
2.20 J .rii, Kat Kxjrr, arriving in 1
Loul :." . in.; liicat'o, 7:.'W, a.m.
2 20 p. m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS-
VIL.L..TJ i'ABT laiTiX
Arriving In Cincinnati :30, a.m.; Louis
ville, :Ui, a. in ; liv!Uimpoi, 4.1.i a.m.;
I'a.o'engtrii.hy this tmin arrive at above
OF ANY OTfltR ROUTE.
l..:0 p. m. Kat Mail with sleepers atts.-h-ed.
lor hi. LOlU ami CHICAGO,
arming in M. 1-ouln at ;:.'!') a.m. Chi
ni;" at 4.-;o p.m. Connectimr at ndin
or Ki'lnirliam lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
ra'-'cni.'eri 1; this line po through to
the Fast without any delay caused by
Sunday Intf rvenini.'.
J'he SA.'L'KUAY A KTI.IiNoi )N 'IK A IN
H!i.M i AIKO AKHIVK-. IN NKW
YOllK ilONKAY MollM.VU
AT Kj v.'i.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTIIKK UOL'JK.-
A.lvertiM ua-htii of conipetint' lin: that
they mike better t'nn than Oil one, arc
are inue! either through Ik'Borance or a
lelrp to rolhlca.l tlie publii.-.'
For through tirket anl inU.rm:ition,
apply at llliooiK Central It. K. Uepot, Cairo.
7U4'K 1UM AT CAIto
Klpress -:r" p m.
Mail I i; a ui.
Cicn'i Southern At.
J. II. .lo.VKi, Tieki-t Alft.
M. J. Howley,
Real Estate Agent.
Two store room in Winter's lilock;
oiiv fronting o:i S'ycntli rtrect and tliu
other on Coiiinii rci il uvciiin. iTooins
fin Btconl lloor of W'inttT's Ulock.
'JcriftiHiits No. :i aii'l .1 of Winter's row
of . rooiuii ca'.'ti. Jtt-nt, 510.
.'ice dwelling of ix rooms on Cros
f'trevt, in a dohirablo ni'ililorliood,
Wavcrly hotel cheap to a good tenant.
Cottage of four rooms on Seventh
Cottage of livo rooms on Twelfth
street weM of Walnut.
Kxcellent two-story hone on Twenty
eighth street, eom!ortahly iiiranged.
K. iit, ilO.
Cottage on llih i-tn-et, hetwoen Wash
ington avenue and Walnut rtreet.
.Store room and dwelling lately Mat
fon's shoe store.
Two-tory house on l'Jth sreet, of six
rooms. Kent $10.
Store room corner lsth street, and
Two-story house corner, 12th and Wal
nut strcet.s, Kent JO.
Desirable rooms in various parts of
Tl.t'.v i.li i ti i iAin iui:u Hunt
jilie tlli eto of crrora anil al.nac in
() iiulv lite. .Vanaooil Itealoreii. liu-'Q
UJ f5 MllmenU to nirriui;u niuorcl. Vj
J New n.tth.xl of treatment New
( Mi"'"' 1li"" 'Walile reiucUiea. li.ioka'JT
eX aii'l ciri'ulara eeut free In peuleit.O
l "jyl envel"eg. AllerM4 UowaKD An- S
tJ W amiATiuN. ll'J N. Ninth a', i'hila-m
DO .ilelphia. I 'a. An institution hav- 3
O feiiinira hit'h reouuition lor honor-"
el.il.lA ....n.l.i.. . . . : 1
Two Irrrcoiifiliihle Coiidilioim,
I tcbility and health uro Irreconcilable
conditions. Weakly people, that Is to
say people who lack the vitality reijui
siti tor a vigorous discharge of each and
all of tho bodily functions, are invaria
bly alllicteJ with some, though it may
bo a trilling, disorder of tho system.
Atony, or a want of muscular and ner
vous vigor, Is accompanied by poverty of
the blood and leauness. A certain way
to overcome: it and prevent the aggra
vated maladies to which it must ulti
mately lead Is to use Ilojtettcr's Stom
ache Bitters, which promoto digestion
and aseituilatloa ot the food, and thus
nro tho means ot furnishing the body
with a supply of blood of a quality es
sential to Us proper nourUhiueut. In
ylgoration through tho Instrumentality
ot tho matchless tonic protect the fee
bio from a host ot bodily Ills which
lurk In ambush tor tho debilitated. The
bitters are an article which It U most
desirable to keep constantly ou hand.
1h knia-hta of the ahote r-ler meet
llielr hall the first ajiiltliinl Manila
in m il month. Commercial avenue. !M .loor
aoum oi win utrret, at n p m.
JOHM 1. lluI.UKH, U. U. lit
A8CALOX LODUK, KO. 61.
Knlfrhta of Pythiaa, nuwta every Fri-
lay nioi i naii-pant mvwi , in uuu-
renowa iian. iiowb,
i i AI.RXANDKU LOOUK. NO tU.
fir Independent Uriier of Odd-fel-
j Jt iowd. iiiwta every l nurwlay niht
pa at half-iawt aeveA. in their hall nn
Jommerctul avenue, hetwnen bixthami fieventb
.net Will K. Hahkikk, M. U.
Tiito encampment, !. o. o. F., rnecu
in 'xM-rellova' JUU on the flrnt ami third
I in a.lay in every month, at half-past aeven
A . Comiku. C P
i aiuoi.oikjK. No.zrr.A.r. a. m.
II..1.I e.tfiilaff V)nimtlnirtinna In Ua.
Hon ir Hall, corner Coinineirial avenue
an. I Kivlith atreet. on the aeoond and
onrlli Momlav of each mmitn.
HATKM OF ADVERINI.'VU.
9 All billa for advertiainx, are due and pay
able tit ADVAKCB
Transient advertiaina; will be inaorted at tht
rate of 11 oh perajuare for the first ioavrtion
and 60 cents for each subsequent one A literal
diacount will be miele on atamling and dinpl
for inaertini; Funeral notice II '0 Notice ol
meeting of aocieties or secret orders t eenta for
cnuren, society, renuvai ana supper notice
.-to a'lvenineiuimi win ue reeiveu ai l'a man
80 cents, and no aavertiaernent will 1 inserted
for lea than three dollars per month
local ni-Ni.t.Mi .oif r:
Of one square (S linns space) or more, in
scrted In the Hullkti as follows : (Less
han one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square ...
Two insertions m t square.
Three Insertions per square
Six inertlons per square
Two weeks per square
One month per square-
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
SATURDAY. APRIL 2. IS77.
Local Waather Uepork
Caibo. III., April
II k. Tub. W ikd.
1 j .m
e i.i I
if I niches.
Serveant. Bixnai brrTlce. V. 8. A.
To all who are suflering from the
errors and indi.rttions of youth, ner
vous w eakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
i-ure you, free of charge. This great
trncdy was discovered by a ininsionary
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
Inuiati, Station I). Bible House, New
rVj C.t v. l--fiui
Or. IV. . Joet lyu
Has received a
large-ortuient ol artificial teeth, and is
prepared to supply all of his patrons.
All branches ot dentistry performed in
the most durable manner. Call at once.
Ortlce Eighth street between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illi
nois. Kefiigerators, the very best, at A.
Ilalley's, 115 Comercial avenue. Also
stoves and tinw are, toilet w are, table and
poeket cutlery, garden and larmcrs' Im
plements, plows, coin planters and
ahtllers, sulkey rakes, and a general
stock of stoves, tin and hardware,
llovrer stands, both wire and wood,
flower trainers, different styles, hanging
bakets of all kinds ; the largest variety
of bird cages In the city and w ill be sold
very low at A. Ilalley's, ll'i Commercial
Tolmeeu hiiiI I itm.
Merchants. groci rs, and saloon-keepers
should not lorget that Messrs. Corlis &
Uaukin, proprietors of the Frairie State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an establishment at the corner
of ixtu street and Ohio levee In this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and most complete stock ot
oba'co and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
Kiipply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
E. r. Hunker Hitler ft lue of Iroa
has never been vnown to fail in the cure ol
weakness, attended with symptoms: indin-
poaition to exertion. Inn of memory, dilti
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, nilit sweats, cold feet,
weakne, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal laacitu.te ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, tlasbin ol the bojy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood.
iain in tue duck, heaviness oi toe eyelids,
reuuent liluek iiotn flvimr hefnro tho ovea
with temporary sutlixion and loss of siht,
want oi attention, etc. These Hvuintom
all arise from a weakness, and to r.-medy
that, ii;.e E. V. Kuukel'i Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only E. F. Kuukel's.
he ware of counterfeit and base imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the country, dniK
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sen u on to meir customers, wnen they
call fur Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron it put up
only in 1 bottles, and bus a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph ou the wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
irraph on ibe outside, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for f 5. bold by druggists and
ALJj WOKMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never rails
to destroy l'in Seat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kuukel, the only successful physician
who removes Tap Worm in two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
Common seuse teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms ean be readily
aettroyed. (Send tor circular to Dr. Kun.
kel. So. 2T)9 North Ninth street, i'hiUdel
i ni,t'a., or call on your druggist and ask
!or, Jott,e of Kunkel's Worm Syrup
rrite.ll.0 HBsverlails. w yrup
MJ. Aldcn Is In St. Louis.
i no public library will lie oicn to
Another excursion on the L W.
Anderson Is belnf talked of.
l lie police courts arc dull. No caios
were tried yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oberly will return to
Cairo Monday or Tuesday next.
lion. A. II. IrviH, after rnendins
two or three days with his family, left
on Ins return to Springfield by the I 111
nois Central on Thursday tiicht.
Mr. A. Marx has returned from tl
east, where he went to purchase new
goij. ma Btock of sprin? and suintni.
I goous Will arrive In a tow !iva
r.ery man lias his hobhv. TIip AW.
T .- . . . . .
notiby is gai in the street lamm. Itnv
a lantern, brother, and then vou can
supply your own light wherever and
whenever you want it
The war news has caued another ad
vanee in the price of Hour. Grades that
iouin ne nought three months ngo for
l a a...
V.w are now selling at $9.50 to $10
Thebestgrades are now worth $11 to $12.
I h. C. HalltT. advance annt lnr
rrof. Cooke, the "Exposer ot Spiritual
ism," is at tne bt. Charles. Prof. Cooke
win appear at the Atheneum next Fri
day and Saturday evenings.
A. .Marx, the popular clothier has
gone East to purchase a complete new
stock of goods. The goods damaged by
fire at his old stand are being closed out
rapidly at very low figures. 4-2 M w.
Horse thieves visited Beeek liidge on
Wednesday night, an l stole Rev. Simon
Marshall's "yaUer nag." Simon wants
his horse baek and is willing to pay a
reward for his return. See untie. o.
i ne cnange in the manaseniont of
the Cairo and incennes railroad willtukc
place on next Tuesday. Mav 1st. Mai.
.11 orrui retiring and Mr. Eos well Miller
assuming the duties of superintendent
of the road.
There was an immense crowd of peo
ple assembled in Lu Quoin on Thursday
to hear ex-Vice-I'resident Coilax lecture
on OJd Fellowship. Members of the
order were present trom St. Louis, and
nearly all the leading towns and cities
for a hundred miles around.
The ladies of the episcopal chutch
are making preparations for their soci
able, which Is to take place, at the resi
dence of Dr. C. W. Dunning, corner of
Ninth and Walnut streets, on next
Thusday evening, May 3d.
Within the last ten day s Chief of Po
lice Gossman has compelled no less than
twenty ot the suspicious characters that
have been in the city for the last two or
three months, to leave town, and yet
there are as many more In the city that
it seems impossible to get rid of by any
There will be services at the Metho
dist and Episcopal churches at the regu-
larhours to-raorrow, morning and even
ing. Owing to the absence ot the Kev.
Mr. George there will be no preaching
In the Piesbjterian church. Sunday
school will be held as usual at three
o Mock in the afternoon,
Confidence men and prostitutes are
the curse of Cairo. Yesterday afternoon
a couple of Poplar street women, under
the Influence of too much tangle toot,
took up a position on the sidewalk, and
for the space of an bouruiade the vicinity
vocal with vulgar talk and indecent con
duct, The ladies of the church of th3 Re
deemer intend to give a grand strawberry
lestival ou Thursday evening, May 10th,
1S77. The place ol entertainment will
be announced in due time. A splendid
supper, delicious strawberries and ice
cream, and all the usual good things will
Carl Peters, tho blacksmith, whose
shop was destroyed In the great lire on
Commercial, has erected on tho sight of
the old building one ot the linest brick
blacksmith shops in Southern Illinois,
where he is prepared to do anything in
his line at the very lowest price- Mr.
Peters is one of the best workmen in his
line, and horse-shoeing is oue of his
specialties 4-2 1-tf.
The public library will be open to
day. The following uew books have
been received : :Boys of 70," by C. C
ColHn ; Kismet," by Miss Dudu Fletch'
er; "Silver ritchers," by Miss Alcott;
Show Your; Passport," by E. E. Hale ;
'Pine Needles," by Mrs. Warner;
"Seven Oaks," by Holland ; "Country
Quarters," by Lady Blesslngton ; "Hy
perion," by Longtellow.
On next Friday and Saturday even
ings. Prof. Cooke, the great exposer of
spiritualism, will exhibit in tho Athen
eum in this city. Prof. Cooke has won
considerable renown for his successful
exposition of spiritualism, and bears
testimonials from some of the best know ft
scientists in this country. His entertain
ments will bo Interesting, and will no
doubt bo attended by many ot our most
The llarrisburg Chronicle says : We
understand that Mr. Iloswell Miller ill
become, superintendent of tho Cairo and
Yincennes railroad on the first ot May,
and hopo that it may bo so. Mr. Miller
has been secretary of the company since
its reorganization, Is an accomplished
gentleman, a good railroad man, and if
he does advance to tho position ot super
intendent wo predict ho will produce a
uew era or prosperity and usefulness lor
Tho city council met last evening
and transacted considerable business.
tuenew council will hold their first
regular meeting on next Tuesday even
Ing, when his honor Mayor Winter will
deliver bis annual address. Mayor Win
ter luforms ui that It is not likely that
be will be ready to make his nominations
at the ttrst mooting of tho council, but
he will submit themjto the council at the
meeting to be held one week from Tues
A ipsclal dispatch Irora Champaign,
Illinois to the 5t. I,ouU ll'publi,:n,tt re
ferring to tho Odd Fellow's celebration
In that city on the 20th, Bays An elo
quent oration was delivered in the after
noon by Hon. J. II. Oberly of tho Cairo
Bulletin, grand representative, highest
officer of the order in Illinois. lie w as
listened to most attentively by an Im
mense audience, and his address received
very high eulogies from members of the
order. The weather was fine and citi
zens generally turned out to witness the
procession. Two balls and a sociable
arc held to-night."
The much talked ol baby show, now
being gotten up by Dan llartman and
Sol. Sil yer, will take t.lace at Turner
Hall on May Kth and Oth, commencing
each day at 1 and closing nt 5 p. ni.
There will be live different classes. Class
"A" admits all babies under six months
old ; class "B" all under twelve months :
class "C" all under two years ; class "D"
all under three years ; class "E" twins.
Music will be present each day to en
liven the occasion. The premiums for
eich class will be published In a few days. 1
Turner Hall Is the best in tho tWv
that could be obtained for the show, as
there is ample room lor all that may at
tend the show, and, furthermore, It li
situated near the center ot the city.
The tobacco sale at the Farmers'
warehouso on Thursday was the largest
of the season. The number ol
hogsheads sold was eighty, as
follows: Forty-two hhds. Inrra nl
3 20. 3 10, 2 05, 3 10. 3 25.
4 23, 3 40, 3 CO, 3 05, 3 4., 3 20, 4 00.
85, 4 40.4 05. 1 45, 4 Mi, 3.50, 3 53. 4 00. 4 (X)
3 t)5, 4 90, 3 .10, 3 Or,, n 3.-,. 3 3
50, 3 75, 4 30, 4 00, 3 M, 4 10, 3 25,
60. 5 00, 3 50, 3 00. 3 CO,
55, 3 3. Thirty-eight hlids. low
to good medium lenf ?c, mi n nn
00, . 10, 8 20, S 25, 7 75. 7 50. 8 05.
C 90. 7 CO, B C3, 7 30, C 93. 8 1(0. C 75.
35, 8 75, 7 10, 5 90, 5 20. 7 00, 5 20,
CO. 8 (W, 5 53, C 90, 5 35, 5 50, 10 15,
10, 8 00, C 95, C 00, 7 50, 6 25, C 30.
13 00. Among the purchasers present
we noticed many new laces faces never
before seen at a tobacco sale in Cairo.
'he bidJing was spirited, and the prices
obtained satisfactory in the highest de
The Ulandvillc -V!ic. savs that on
Wednesday last a horse belonging to Mr.
II. P. Melton, took sick and became so
unmanageable as rendered it necessary to
snoot mm. lie was a horse ot uncom
monly mild and gentle disposition, but
after he had been sick a little while, his
K.-uucness was cnangea into the most
t ;rriflc actions kicking, pawing, and
biting at any and everything that came
within his reach and holding on to what
he would get between his teeth with
bulldog tenacity. He made a grab at
Mr. Melton's arm with his mouth, and
caught lust enough of the arm to bruise
It badly. Mr. Melton knocked him down
with a stick before he would let go. The
horse was very strangely effected, and
some suppose he had hydrophobia. Mr.
Melton, the owner of the horse,
makes the following state
ment of his action from the time it was
first discovered there was anything
wrong with him until lis was killed
"On the mornin? of the 10th it was no
ticed that his hair appeared rough and
unnatural. On the lollowing morning
he seemed to be sick, but not dangerously
so. The next morning ho was found
suflering intensely. When offered water
he drank two or three swallows, and
had convulsions about live minutes in
tervening between each. When they
were on he would bite any part
of his body ho could reach, strip
ping the llesh clean to the bone.
He would take hold of his legs and
tear out whole mouthful, sccmiii'' to
enjov it. When not down with a spasm
he would strike himself on the mouth
with his forefeet, and would bite off
grass and weeds and spit them out.
During the whole time he appeared rav
ing mad, and would bite anything that
camo l.i reach ot him. When lu ant
hold of anything it seemed as if he
couldn't let go." The impression pre
vails among those who saw the horse
and witnessed his s'.raugu actions that
it was clearly a caso of hydrophobia ;
but Mr. Melton, the man who owned
him, is not aware that he was ever bitten
by a dog or any animal that could have
been afflicted with the terrible disease.
l'he case is a very stranzo one. and
worthy the attention of scientists.
Letter I.WI .
The lollowing is a list of letters ie-
mainlng uncalled tor at the postotfice in
Cairo, Alexander county, 111., Saturday,
April astn. 1577.
Ladies-Bettes, Mollie ; Bowzella, Jes
sie; lirown, Susan; Burns, Malinda;
Cox, Mrs. James ; Cannon, Mary ; Green,
Mollie; Hale, Ella; Hall, Mrs. Chas.;
Hollis, Mary J.; Lindsey, 11. L.; Mauley,
Nannie 8.; Richardson, S. J.; Ross, Min
nie; Steele, Mrs. U. K.; Sharpe, Ellen ;
Thompson, Sophia; Taylor, Bettle ;
Taylor, Nellie ; Williams, Nicey; Wil
Hams, Mollie; Young.Sallle.
Gents. Anderson, Chas.; Anderson,
Elijah; Anpaugli, John; Anderson,
Jordan; Atkins, Wm.; Benjamin, A. II. ;
Bulcy, Bruce; Blan, Dan ; Bush, J. W.;
Coleului.Gus; Campbell, J. W,; Colgnn'
Jas.; Daley, Jas.; Duett, V. m.; Free
man, T. J.; Grove, Houston 5 Galigher,
Jase: Griffin. J is. G.; Gillhatn, WH.;'
llcufner, E. J.; Hoflmiller, Fred; llanip'
ton, 11. W.; Harlan, J. 1J.; Hale, L. p..;
Hendricks, R .; llocharon, Hobt!;
Jones, Oscar; Kent, John;
Lankford, Geo. IL; Lewis, John;
Lynn. W. J.; Miller, Albert; Miller,
Frederick ; Meyer's, II. M.; Marvin. M.
E.; Mocre, Willis; park, Addison;
Radford, W. F.; Ilurasey, w. C; Sut
ton, Will E.; Tucker, Henry W.; West
boy, John L.; Wright, It. B.
Persons calling for any o tho above
letters will please say "advertised."
Geo. W. McKeaio, V. M.
A house 011 Division street, between
Washington aveuue and Waluut street.
Apply to W.Jt. Smith.
tilty-LlKhth Annlvernnrjr ar the
Tho Kxcnroloii to adnrah ami Re
As was stated In yesterday mornlmr's
issue, at the hour of 9 o'clock Thursday
morning, the splcnuld steamer C. W.
Anderson, well frehzhted with Odd PpI.
lows, their wives and families and a few
invited friends, left Cairo tor Paducah.
iho boat had no moro than
Kot under way before the
cabin was tilled with younz ladles and
gentlemen, whirling round In the reeling
mazes of the waltz, or skipping the sten
of .the quadrille to the music furnished I J
Prof. Eiscnbcrg's band. The older
portion ot tho crowd gathered
upon the guards and'hurrlcane deck and
wondered how anybody could dance In a
close cabin and pass the beautiful and
varied scenery along the Ohio.
Arriving at Paducah late In the even
ing the cxcurtionist.s went ashore, and
alter strolling through the streets of that
city, returned to the boat, expressing a
willingness to return home. Just before
sunset the boat was under way, and
again Prof. Eisenberg and his band was
called to gratify the wishes of the dan
cers. 1 he dance continued till the boat
arrived, early yesterday morning, a
O'airo.and yet thete was a lew who regret
ted to Itai'c off dancing even at that
late hour. On the return trip
the passengers were called together by
one of the members, and Mr. C. R.
Woodward was elected chairman,
whereupon, tho lollowing resolutions
were read and unanimously adopted :
ReAred, That we tho members ol
Alexander Lodge No. 224, ot Cairo Illi-
nriia. mill thpir famill..s. and tin lnvlt-x.il
guests of said order, on their excursion
tritv to !:uliipiih- RfntiirU V. ami rotnen
hereby tender our thanks to J. A. Crouch',
master, e,. m. Marshall ana J. W. rut
man, clerks, and Messrs. Ralph Moss
and Jas. M. Mathney, pilots,
an 1 Frank Cassldy chief engineer,
and all the other oftlcfrs and employes
of said steamer for their gentlemanly de
portment, and using all and every meas
ure PVPn fer.trnnrlinnrvl In thole r.nu
. . j t ... . . . . 'invi
to make the trin nleasnnt ami Tro.nl,iA
for nil those participating.
Ilesotrt'l. That vn riwimmnn1 (l.n
above named steamer for the traveling
puiiiic, ana especially its gentlemanly
Rrnolvt'l. That these, rennlntlr.ua v,
published in the Cairo papers.
Iteicleed, That a copy of these resolu
tions De turnished the officers of the C
C. It. Woodward, Chairman.
TA, Comings, Secretary.
It is a fact widely and amply attested
that where the powerful and pernicious
drug, quinine, and other mineral poisons.
administered as remedies for fever and ague
and bilious remittents, fail to yield more
than terapoary relief to the'sufTerer.llostet-
ter's Stomach Bitters scotches those tremen
dous epidemic most thoroughly, aud by
stren'tening 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 fail to take practical cog
nizance of the above important truth, and
by a timely use of the bitters avoid the
ravages of maladies so disastrous to the
physical constitution. There is not In ex
istence a finer tonic, corrctive and defeu
vie cordial- 4-21-Tt.
Never Known 10 Fail.
Dr. Morris' .Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
And Ilourhound has never been known to
fail in permanently curing obstinate
coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, r.or
any disease of the repiratory organs, and
tdoes it, too, at once. It is not neces
sary to take it for a long time before you
car. dicovei its beneficial effects, its sale
in this community is immeuse, and its pop
ularity universal. It should not be clatscd
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 on?e. Trial size, 10
cents. Regular size, CO cents and one dol
lar Barclay Bros.. Agent.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never fails. Pleas,
ant to lake, and requires 110 physic. Price,
cents. 4-i iw
J mat 0encl.
Mrs. Scantland has just opened a new
stok of millinery goods on Seventh
street back of Messrs. Greer & White's
store. Bleaching aud repairing done in
the latest styles. Please give mo a call.
No trouble to show goods. 4-19-2t
Stolen lrom stable nt Beesli Ridge, on
Wednesday nlght.April 25th, one yellow
horse, with yellow eyes aud stiff neck.
The finder will be liberally rewarded.
Cairo, III., April 27th, fs77.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
ti e laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington 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
dud it to their advantage to call upon
! Mrs. Spears has removed her place ot
business from Seventh street to Com
mercial avenue, No. 11$, in Winter's
block, where she will bo pleased to wel
come her old customers and new ones.
She has a tine assortment of new goods
trom New York, consisting of ladies hats
of all patterns, flowers, leathers and all
kinds of goods in the millinery line.
Ladies will do well to call and examine
before buying elsewhere. , She will bo
pleased to show goods at all times. Hats
bleached and trimmed to order: coloring
black or brown 4-23- Ira
Dyer aud cleaner of ladies' aud gentle
incus' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentleoiens 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. lrn.
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Mi Miim (iood
We are in receipt of
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Ever 'ught to Cairo. These goods are purchased by Mr. Farnl.aker who re.ldes in
,,n.r. . 1 kchlVme ""deling and buying just what the market
needs and at prices to suit the times. You will do w ell by calling
on us, to look at our goods and prices. Wemiko
A Specialty of Gents Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARNBAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. In Winter's Block.
in the sky is a sign of God's promise that
the world should never again be destroyed
by water: and view-inn 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 their constitution, be
cause they are so light ns to soon wear
away. Mistaken delusions If one of the
parts of our delicately comnler or"ni.in
be injured, it throws greater strain on the
isrttii an sutler. Wlsblm: to malnta n
the animal economy iu a healthful state
and to restore lost rower, we have onlv to
use the celebrated Home Stomach iiit-
llollonaya Fllla and Ointment.
Scrotula was considered Incurable until
he great discovery of "Hollow-ay's IMUj
nu v ment" Hashed upon the world.
Diseases which baffled the skill of the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
less remedies. Scurvv. ervsiDelaa. salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
ire curable by them. Twenty-five cents
per box or pot.
Pictures anl Brackets.
E. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
largo stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
chromos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels, fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture framing made a speciality
Chromos mounted In tho cheapest and
best style. , im
farm for Kent.
A line farm of S3 acres in Alexander
county.on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Good dwelling, barn, well, Ac.
on the place. Rent low to a good tenant.
M. J. How ley,
3t Heal Estate Ag't.
Horse, buggy, harness, and a complete
outfit for the same. The horse, five
years old, buggy and harness nearly
new, all tor one huudredand lifty dollars.
Apply to N. W. Hacker, 70 Ohio lcyee.
For artistic Photoirranlis at a moderate
cost call at Gustave Wet.ell s Gallery.
A good cook. Apply to Mrs. W. It.
Smith, Thirteenth street between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut.
obtHinol, on mc
medical or othir
labels. Civenta, Asttg-nmnnts. InterfVraiii'ee.
etc., promptly uikudcd to. inventions tl.kt
by the 1'iitcn
O ill c e in a y
still, iu nics
i: aiies. lie ge-cim-d
site the Patent Olllc we can muke cloier search
es, and secure patt-ntu more promptly and with
broader claim than those who ure remote from
end us a
ex a ni i u a
tion frre ofchurire.an.l a.lWiiea (o patentability
All correspondence strictly contldt-utiul prii-ea
Prlocs low. AMI KO LilAKUK L'NLKS
PAT KM' IS SKCl UKD.
e n IV-r to ollicials iu the Patent office, anJ to
nventors in every blute in the t'nion Addies
C. A. SNOW k t.O.
Oppos e l'stent OOice. Washington, D.C.
English Brussels. Three Ply and lngraii
alno, stair Carpets, Velvet Rugs, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old Place
112 FULTOW ST., EW YORK
Carpets carefully packed and sent to an
part of the United States tree of charge.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booting and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern niinoia.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, ItOTti
JebhUs Pveamlx Dea.
go tho Friooo of
the Finest Stock of Cos
Win Department, Riveh Repot, 1
April H7. Is77. (
STATION. LOW WATEH.
Cairo ;w I 3 3
Pittshura- a n
Cincinnati 21 2
Louisville 1 4
Nashville 24 7 0 0
St. Louis 23 S 0 0
Evansville So 4 X4
Memphis M . Si A X 4
Vicksburu; 41 O X t
New Orleans 4 5 a
Relow hih watr IsTl.j
TAMES W At SON,
Sera-cant. Shrnal Service. ' S. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
Steamer James Fisk. Paducah.
WHOLES ALB AJfD BJCTAXL.
IN TEE CITY.
Good Sold Very Ooae.
Corner 19th St. and OommeroisJ At
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syrup
Specialty in Teas
Goods Delivered Promptly.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
A.QENT8 AMERICAN POWDV OO
O. D WILLIAMSON,
A ad tfeakr in
Wo. 78 OHIO &EVEE.
SPEC. AL attantiot f lven tooonibjasnanu aal
No W Ohio Levee.
an II Wi i I o4 IMU4 4 A) bm
m. iuAdeHarui.risO-. nt ta m