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UtiU BUSINESS HOUSES.
A ti holiness firm can have Unrelinet
mo, in iin- oiliiuio iimlrr upprnprlHiu hmding
Mi row i n.ffl per imuubor SliratiytAj
ill. ii iiiiiiui'iy id advaur.
Iliiriiuitru, Ntr Mntl Tin H are1,
v. IIAI.I.KY iMlrr in Stove, Tlnand Hnri)
Mnv, diuilrn nil Kami' In pltmi'liln, Wirt
'.rvix, ItVtriiienitM, I'limps ami LadikrHi
1' Ci.nmii.ri-ial A Venn, (juneliitf, ami Job
Vnrk 'lone on ahurl iiolico,
I. . .Mcll AlIEY-flfoler In huil and soft him
ii r, UuurliiKi cwlltiKt siding U1 eiirfactil
I'lintu r , lull) unci ehlnplt! Oflloe aud yunl
.irner rwrntleih alnwt anil WnMilnirtnnaveiini"
It, II A IM'MAS Dealer In Queen aware, Toj,
I .''.mpoauil ull kiudauiTaacj articl'S. UDiiinu'f
,.l avenue, torilff (till atrucl,
WILLIAM WISTKIt-SiKih urw't between
4iiiiiiitr,aalaveuue ana W aahlnguin avenue.
loliinitf hii1 Jlorvliniit I tailoring;.
JOHN A.NTItlM-aliri'lieut Taller mil d.xltr
Iteaiiy MmIb Uullung. 7S uhin Levee.
Ktl t.ttlute Ageiltlf.
M. J. HoWLEY-lleul taut Agent. Buy
tiiU tolls rial maw, collect rem, puys utt.s
li.r imu-tvahlenuvele. Uitiiiuereuti afuuux, be
tvien Ninni ami Tenth atruet.
t uiuuiImhImu Slercliunl.
H INKLE a TlUSTLr.WUOU
Cotton ami Touacuo Factors ami pro
id ielort of lue jsnuere' 1 olttufo tt irehouse.
li'i 4 I; Coiuiiuui'rcuil Avenue
i l.rnrral forwarding and Conim:inn
H.crrliant, fur the stile ul ruiiu, Ounleu, Or
;liarl ami I 'airy froiluoc. an Ohio Levee.
Orncral Korwunllng and Commission
merchauU, uod dealer la ull limda of fruit und
HroUure. lit Ohio Lrvee. CunaitHitni-nU tollc
iImI. manella furnished on application
Jutt neeived.IXO LurieU choice appUs
at CI Olilo Lcvet!. 11. Lr.iGiiToe.
Poind At tobacco warchouie,acii!ldt
gold i huln. Owner can have the same
by pay lug for lid atUiriituiicnt. Cull
at tbl oluVe. 13 30 tf.
1 Isr-Tlilnl V avf-Il Huh Ntrueli t airo
Just Received 0.000 ol' ihu celebrated
Tidul Wav, 6 cent tlgnra. Try them.
Trade supplied. 1'F.ni.H A I1iim.
llHrifiim t alrauruin ait.
.1. Rurjfi-r linn reeeiilly clo-ed out t y
eral InrK'!- loin of Foreign ind Ami ricun
irt's Good, will is olliTinj: the s;im hi
lirlifn iieyfr bi-tnrc known in llila city,
i.'nll nrid b cntilin'il ul J. HurgerV,
('oniiutrcl.il nvt iuie. Culro, 111. 1205-tl
I iilr 4 oiomnii a t anudry.
Iri. Ltttle CoU nun lm rvoptued li'.r
iaimdiyon Fourth atri-el, between wind,
to ton and Cumaieri'litt kvrn'ion, uDd tnke
Itili method id lDlutiuiHi.' ber old friend
and pi roDi thul la ain at tlr ir aer
vlce, mid follcila th -Ir palruiiue. Klie bn
re duel ij ri-t to tuit trie llaio.
'1 be Cairo Tuim-r orlety lias curvclu
did to oien n ndioul in ibi-lr bull, cor
ner of Tenth and Toplur sini-u lor tlie
rmrpoe of jrivii.jj liiairoeilon in jrym
rj'i'Ue cxerciiii:i. t'uretiU wbo dmireto
cnJ tlielrelilldren will 8)p!y a' It. Ut-b
iker"a b.kiry, on Liyjitli Hreet.
'I'l'tii!. 25 cents per iiioiiMi. S-lw.
t or finl.
Tbe IcdlowlDtf devtribi'd fmcry for
tale at a b irjrnln If Mpplied lor mum, viz :
Lots 7 mid 8. block CO. wlih ri ablence
and iiuprnveinen'a. corner Nimll mreet
and VVa.hititrtoii av.-nui ; 3 p ui-n and
loll r.ii north Mde ol Teluh clr ft, cor
ner l-ijUr; cotlage mid lot on tValnut.
neitr23rd. 11. J. Ilufl i ft.
1-!f. liei.l Kulntc Ai'etit.
'The 1'ifrlem'' N beyond all gnexilon
the hect live cent clr nfji-red lur sale In
this mat kit, Mr. Fred IVichiint'i U the
lole tiiaiiulHCliiri r of thin C' li liru'ed
brand ulciara. and ofli-re a reward ol
one humiri'd dotlii'd to any pTon um
will Ond any in tln-in but the pure (la
vnnu tiller wlili Connecticut wriii r und
binder. Tin PcerleM lm become a preat
mvonce uiiu caiio unokir. and llie
ilftnatifl I'ne hi'in la nntiaf unttir mi tl...
Incresto. The trade ti,iplled on the
niont reaimnalile terinii. Fur fale by
rreii iriennmn, Commercial avenue,
neur Slxib stre.'t. Iy3 2m.
Jkd. Bmxton Ims rcturti'-d to hi-i old
tand in tlm IIcIkt building, w iere be la
lUsr prepared thun ever to hccouhiio.
ute him patrons ana the public who
lay favor him with a call. lie lms pone
considerable expanse In tlttlnj; up a
i . r i . . . i . .1 i i i .
mIK VI uivtil mi iniiim i.'.iun, nuii.li
o lias provided with all tbo latest lin
rovemcnts and convenience!. Ele em-
loys only Urst clafi v orkmen and those
no patronize aim win uuve ineir wunu
twidcd to in style and Will reeive
Word of Wnrnliiij !
Durlnsr the present year, as hi the past,
! grave will close over thouitnd, Biro
becaiMO they neglect the means
ilch would reatorH them to,hef.lth.
et the fell JeMroycr at the threshold,
I .tl lid ! at .t etr.n litt tltnf mAMl
ind. Tlwre is no couph or cold, case
asthma, bronchitis, blood-ipUtlnjr.
i . t.A.Hi..M ..
ik iuni, croup urwnuupinx tuux
ich will not y'eld more readily to this
at botanical remedy than any other
.. ' . t . t.i -ii
ncnc. ii you wouia avum uieap.
. I W .lit.. i . 1.
uuieni, nuu us rpeeuuy vureu.HKa
rdrmjjrlist tor Dr. Morris' Syrup of
, Wild Cherry and llorehound. Tr'al
, 10 cents, ili'gular sizes, 60 ceut
SOLD BY BARCLAY BK0S.
.1 U ..u.un IVn.in Q..M..n
U I '1 B "V..MWJ.V,
erle J Extremely pulatable.
phy squired. Costs 23 cents
m M u. uiu HI nail.
vm II awn from tn aeniai arm
. BW .t-. l. t will afelll jin..tlt1llA
Din. (1 ,IWII"'I -
raeti. f .ntlstrT atSo. ISO Cummer.
ve. b. . ei a Sib and Sib meet, ov r
at a. -1- kAak Vl1lil
IUO n itvivuntiisi " -w " "
Lorth if Klubt street I will bt pica
t ail djj oiu uiuuui hu
-ii .11 tt A a n it v j t inm
i el dtntlitry. vsiy Bet'py.
E. W. VBITLOOX. D. D. I.
1 1!...! J
WEDESDAY, January 1, 1878.
Mr. Y. S. ridzeon picked his "aiuab
on toast" at the Arlington yesterday.
Shell oysters Just recelTtJ at the
Cry.'Ul saloon, IIahry Wamer.
Wo hear of quite a number of mar-
riasi s which will coino off In tho coming
Mr. It. Newton and F. II. Smith
took their oyters and colli. o at the
Ariinjfton hotel yesterday,
Harry Wulkereis afreeoviterluncb
every evening. '"Don't you forget It."
Mr. J. 8. Wanders, who has been
erioiiMy III for some time with pluieu
moiiiit, is slowly recovering.
Shell oysters lust received at the
Cryatal saloon. Harry WaLkik.
Adum Ftu was very quiet at the
Arlington Hotel 1 t night. Adam Is a
coiunierclal gentleman Irom Evaiuvllle,
Shell oysters Junt received at the
Cryatal sulooti. Hakrv Waliib.
Every one wems to be talking about
the sale ol the fine lumilure and house
hold goods ol Titer Cuhl on Friday
Oyster soup lunch at Harry alktr's
Cryntal saloon every tveuing at 9
o'clock. 1.4. if
Superintendent of Streets Gorman
yesterday put in a good day laying down
new sewers at the corner ol Filt'-'-n'.haiid
Kor Uutler, i"gu, A Miles, etc., call at
No, (It Ouio levee,
ti. Ii. Laioniox.
Capt. SV. r. VV right it speaker ol
the general afk mbly ol tho state ol 1U
linol.4, which uieete to-ulsjht at tho hat'
ol the lie I 'inn Club.
Query: "Why will men smoke com
mon tobacco, w ben they can bay Mar
burg Hnm. Seal of North Carolina' at
theaiiitt price f"
William Looney. of Cape Girardeau,
was perfectly tant at the Arlington
lloiel dinner yesterday. He was com
pli tely restored to his mind.
A lull line of fl mnels and blankets,
from the bent manufactories la the coun
try are now on Sble at .1. Burger's at a
tiicnlke In the cost price. 12-16-tl
Ji ff Thompson was out yes'erday
for ll.e firnt time in three or lour weeks.
He U improving, and expects to be able
to get dow n ton in a day or two.
It is an undli-put d fact that the
tiliot (em rul .line ol dry goodi. carpet
and oil Autha to be lonud in (he city can
be reli at tliv popular honae of .1. Ilor
I he K. M. K. Care hard at work
(link ng preparations lor the coml. g-
Mardi Grs. The respective cuiuuiillee
nve alri ady been appointed, and a is
tlioiiKlit ibe St. Charles hall will be
secured fur their dance.
An unexcelled variety ol I'phyra,
wool and laucy articles, ol all hadex
and i olort, furui an attractive feature in
the elegant buliday dir-play at J. Uurger'a.
A portion of the sidewalk at I he
corner ol Fourteenth an 1 Commercial is
couiplt-U-ly broken down. The uutborititt
atmuld fee to thia immediately.
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
9i'cl"ck this evening at Hurry Walker's,
comer SiXih street and Commercial ave
nue. 1.4. tl
We are pleased to learn thai Mr. (i.
II. Jackson, formerly traveling salesman
fur Jli'nrs. titration & Bird, vill shortly
open a cuuiiiiioMon house on the levee.
Mr. Jii. k-on is a man ol flue buineos
qualification, and has many Irleudl in
Call o. We wih him success.
For the next thirty days J. Burger
will ofler his extensive stock of fabrics
and silks of innumerable grades and pat
terns to the public at greatly reduced
We were yesterday shown the cap of
the uulortutiate man Jauies Disberry,
who was run over by an engine on the
Illinois Central last Thursday. Tbe cap
Is cut in three different placet, and fully
corroborates the man's story that be was
knocked down and his tuouey taken Irom
Ladies and Misses' cloaks and luri ol
the finest material and workmanship,
will be a special feature in the tale of
eoods during the holidays at the house
ot J. Burger. 12-15-tt.
In the lower end ol town yesterday
atternoon a colored man, who had taken
Into himself too largo ait amount of"0
be joyful," created quite an excitement
by flourishing his loaded pistol quite
recklessly, frightening everybody around
him, No police being near be was not
Tuk CtTT National. Mr. E. R. Mills,
of Philadelphia, lias accepted tbe posltlou
of teller in the City National bank Ot thli
city. Mr. Mills Is an aflable and courte
ous gentlcmuu, and will uo doubt become
popular with the patrons ot the bank.
Wakts to Quit. We this morning
publish u card from Mr.Amandus Jaeckel
in which ho makes a proposition to tbe
Rod Ribbon tcmperauce. club that If
they will help hl;a .dispose ot bit atocK
and tlxturei, he will agree to go out of
the saloon business. Wa dou't know
what the temperance people will do In a
case like this, but wo hare no doubt
there are quite a number ot saloon
keepers who would, be willing to Mil oil
rr the Benefit f the ftalr Fablle
Tbe parlor entertainment for tbe bents
fit of the public library, announced lor
Friday p.m., at Mra. . B. Hudson's,
has, owing to clrcumitanoes, beau
changed t Thursday evening, Jan. 17th.
at 7:30 o'clock. Mrt. O, G, Alvord will
deliver a lecture upon
" TUX SULTANS OF TBI OTTOMAN IMPIM,"
prefaced by an essay upon " l bs Study of
History," which will be followed in due
time, sometime during the cour-e, by a
lecture upon "The Turkish Government.
Institutions, Character and Custouii."
Mrs, Alvord Is a tine 'cholar and ino-t
able writer, and will make the lecture
extraordinarily Interesting and Instruc
tive. A recitation by Mrs. Wm. Winter
will add-to the Interest of the eveniinr
At there have be nnoeiitertalntnent fur
some time, lor the. benefit ot the library,
it Is hoped the whole course will he
largely attended. Exercises commence
promptly at 7:30 o'clock. Admission
Baker's Cod Liver Oil. Lime, and
Wild Cherry q'llckly relieves Throat and
Lung diseases, and Impart vigor and
new life lo dtblllated omxtitutlo. s Pita
tant lu taste. J. O. Baikh A Co.,
(Oct. 13, 5 w) Philadelphia, Pa.
Unvobtunatb Cairo. Cairo is un
fortunate. Not one of the men who were
implicated In tbe robbery of ihe German,
Herman Uulsten, on a MusMppi Cen
tral railroad train while parsing through
this city on Friday morning last, were
residents of Cairo, and jet the public is
informed through tbe diepatch Irom this
city that Uulsten was lobbed In Cairo.
aud ot course Cairo will be cursed as the
'd dest wickedest hole on earth," and
it will be said, as It lias been Said hun
dreds of times before, that it is not sate
lor a stranger to come to Cairo with
money lu his pocket. Cairo 1 tbe ''beat
abused'1 place in the country, and yet
she Is not guilty of one one thouaandih
part of the wickedness that Is laid at her
door. The case ol tbe man Hokteii it
on'yone ol the many that might be
pointed to lo.prove this assertion. Tbe par
tlea who robbed Uolsten followed lum
all tbe way from New Orleans, and
only succeeded in "capping"
Mm when the train reached
Cairo. Not one of the parties to tbe
robb-ry live lu Cairo, and yet tbe simple
lact that the difpatches announcing the
robbery are dated at Cairo will bring
down upon this city an avalanche ol
deiiunication and abue, and we will not
hear the latt of it lor a year to come.
Buf'twas ever thus," and w by com
plain. Cairo is unfortunate I
An unexcelled variety of icphyrs
wools and fancy articles, ol all shades
and co'ors, form an attractive feature in
he elegant holiday display at J. Burger's.
Prices reduced from 20 lo 15 vents per
Prostrated with Paralysis.
We are paiiieo to Karri that Mr,
Huifh Barclay, of Riixelvlil , Kentucky,
be venerable father ol the Barclay
Brother!.. drugit' in this city, whs
irostrated at 5 o'clock evening before
HSt by a ctroke of parah.U which In
volves the entire left side, lie Is 73 years
ot age but of strung couatittltioii, and bait
always enjoyed excellent heatih. o that
this blow came entirely unexpected, ami
seems the more so lo bis children here
roin the lact that only a tew hour be
fore the attack, he, had mailed a
punt si Card to Mr. Jauiex BatcM
ti which be upokt ot the part he ex
pected to take in, and the plea-ure slid
good repulu he anticipated Irmi the
l'eiiierance Reform movement vldcti
ha ilt reaeheil R ielvil!e We tend, r
our sympathy, and Hope for his speedy
The ri puts' Ion which the house of
Burger ban attained lu (he saie of
gents furulhblng goods will not de
teriorate. An examination of the tine
stock now o.i hand 'Mil satUty the niosl
skeptical of its superiority. 12-13-11.
CiacriT Court. In the circuit court
yesterday morning ihe case id the people
vs Julian Pillow lor murder, was ca.led,
but owing to the absence of Important
witnes es for the prosecution the case
was continued from day to day until the
attendance of the witnesses can be pro
cured. Attachments were issued, and a
bailld sent to the country tj bring
tbe parties into court. William Henry,
on a charge of burglary, was brought
before the court aud entered a plea ol not
guilty, Henry U charged with break
ing into Os. Ureenley's store In Goose
Island and stealing an overcoat therefrom,
Ills attorney, Anderson, of Villa Ridge,
tiled a notice ot application for a change
ol venue. The case ol tne Peo
ple vs. Pulaski B. May field,
for an assault to aiurder
one Johnson In this city In the early
part ot September latt was taken up just
belore noon and 'a Jury selected. lion.
D. T. Llnegar and Judge W. H. Green
appear for Majflcld, aud Couutv At
torney Mulkey for the defence. The
case was still on trial at tbe adjourn
ment of court lost evening.-
Persona contemolatlnsr their faoIldav
purchases will do well toeall atthe house
ot J. Burger. Tor elegant aud unlimited
variety bla stock Is unsurpassed, and
prices bare been reduced to astonishingly
low figures. li-io-tt
Diad. Robert Mercer, one of the
oldest, residents of Southern Mlsseurl,
died at bit home near Norfolk, a few
days. ago. Mr. Mercer was between
seventy-five and eighty years of age, and
had lived In this part ot tbe country (or
well Jon to bait a century. He was a
mun ol the strictest Integrity In all his
dealings, and wat respected and honored
by all who knew blm. It la said that
when he.fell tick be wat ottered medl
cine, but that be refused It laying tbat
his time wm P" tnd It would o him
iv pod to tak it.
Tna Methodist Chchcb Mxeti.v6.
We art told tbat tba meeting at the
Methodist ehurch last nigh; was Ulily
attended, and a deep feeling' prevailed.
Atthe close of a short sernioa, Mr. Mor-1
rlson requested those whd wihed to bes
come cbrlstlana to rise to their feet, and
some fifteen persons did so. The In
dications are lavorahle lor a sweeping
religious revival. These mot-lings will
continue atthe Methodist church during
the present week at leant, aud
the public is cordially Invited to attend
and take part In the exercis s. The
services begin at 7:30 and iut about, one
To suffer and be pleasant Is almost
nupoaaiblu lor an adult, and qul'e i-o lor
a baby. Wheu It la afflieud with colic,
diarrhoea or troublesome illaordi rs, uie
Dr. Bull's baby syrup. Price 2 ueuts.
AsiRaitusNTt. During the next two
or three months Cairo will be vi'lteii by
several of the most popular traveling
druiuaiic troupes in tbe country. Firl
ol all will be Henley A AKEvoy't.
Hibernica, perhaps the best troupn ol li
kind lu ibe Country. This company la
b uked lor the 23 1 aud 24: h of the pre-t-iit
month, jomo lime In February
Frank Chaiifrau, Vlih his company, will
appear hear in hi celebrated play entit
led "Kit, tbe Arkansas Traveler." Ml-a
Mary Ander-oii. who has created such a
s'lr amoiiaT theatre goft In New York,
Boston and other eastern cities, will
play an engagement, here some lime dur
ing Murcli. The New York Herald ol a
late date classes Mns Anderson anion!
the best aclresres now known to the
American stugc. .
At no other seasou ot the year are
Coughs and cold so prevalent as at the
present time, aud every suBer t.bould
check his complaint at once by the u-ie
ol Dr. Bull's Ccitiifh Syrup, and thus
prevent it from lea ling to serious lung
afiections Price 23 cents.
Pakkir's Rbai'kaxt and Oy-teb
SALOON. -Mr. M. W, Parker's oyster
saloon aud restauram will be opened to
the publio on Thursday afternoon. He
has secured the room in Winter's block
recently occupied by Mra. Hpitars as a
millinery store, and has fitted it up in
tine style lor the entertainment of his
patrons. Mr. Parker will conduct a first
class establishment, where gentlemen
and ladies can be accommodated with
oysters and every other edlole in the res
taurant line. lies Invites the patronage
ot his irlends and the public generally,
and asks all to call and see him. 3t
The regular meeting ot the Literary
Society, known as the "general as6em
blyol the State of Illinois." takes plac
this (Wed i.eml'ty) evening at the rooms
ol the Cairo Temperance Helorm Club
The public is invited to attend,
W. P. Wright, Speaker.
Gko. E. Oi.m-ted, Clerk.
Corbkctio.v. We stated in yesterday
morning's Bulletin tbat a series of
parlor lecture would be. given during
Ihe winter by the "ladles ol the Episcopal
church." Thii was a mistake, and we
have been requested to in ike' the cor
rection. The lectures will he given
under ihe management of the ladien ol
the Woman's Club and Library A cl
at ion, and the proceed will itn to n e
library association. Ihe tl -t ot (he
series ol lectures will lake pl.iee to
morrow evening at he residence , CI.
I. B. Hudson, corner of Sixth mi l Wal
fi Rh choice Ko collie, fl,
1U lb- A sugar, $1.
11 lb best New Orleans snear $1.
And everything else at n ek IwUiun
prices. Pktti A Biito.
Foa Clkrk of the Applllatr L'oi nr.
Mr. W. C Lecrone, circuit clerk ol
Lttl.ijihaiii county, is a candidate lor ihe
iifllue of clerk of the appellate court ol
the southern grand division, Mr. Le
crone is very-popular in the northern thr
I couiitie- ul the division, and has many
.arm aupnorters In the middle and
suulhi m counties. He is said to lie one
ol the bet clerk in the sttte, and has al
ways been a eous'stetit Democrat, and
will undoubtedly make a ttrotii; lljht
for the nomination. So lur as we are
ware there Is no candidate Irom this cud
f the dlvUlou.
Ho 1 fob Mound City. Col.Kobert A.
Lowery having been announced to
speak at Mound City to-night, parties
desiring to hear lilin can go to Muund
City by the steamer Fn-k tni- evening,
leaving Cairo at 5:30 p. in., and return by
the Cairo A Vincetmea railroad passenger
train at halt-p-jst ten o'clock. The fare
on the Fisk will be 2u cents.
Thx Town Clocx. Messrs, Taber
Bros, are willing to put the much talked
of "town clock" hi the tower ot the
Delta City fire company's engine house
for $600. They ask the city to give $250
und gurantee the collection of $350 from
our citizens by voluntary subscription,
and will tteud to the winding up, regu
lating, keeping In proper order, .tc for
one year without extra charge.
To tbe Copper Tube Lightning Rod
Co., Cleveland. O., and all whom it
may concern :
We tbe undersigue 1 hereby notify you
that we will resist tho pnytnent ot our
several notes, given by us under, false
representations aud fraud upon the part
ot the agent of said comp..ny ; and we
lurttler represent that by tucli false rep
mentations we have not received vr-lue
at specified In said notci. Said notes
art for the following amount, to-wlt
A. Comings , $73 A3
John A Poore 73 00
John Maor. 60 00
This the cleveuth day of Jmuary, A.
D. 1878. .
, s ..... ,-t . A. Conines, i
' J. A. Pooiuc,
Joan Mi JOB.
Cams, lit,., Jan. 11 1171. 118
iwuaa-vA . k
notice, red ntrjBons.
A NaiotinkVeper Who Watafa to Hull
1 am willing t j close out my saloon
businest ir the Red Ribbon club will help
me to dispoee ol my effects to that I can
get back at least what tliy cost me. I
cannot atlord to cloae out and store away
my stock and fixtures si nil my capital Is
Invested in them. I make this proposU
tion in good laith, aud am willing to
close out at any tune. If there Is any
one In tin community wlio wants to go
Into tho saloon bu-lu m 1 will sell out
Cheip. I mil reaily to retire propol
t'runi ihe It :il Ribbon club, and If they
will make me a lair oiler I will agree to
lore up. AaMAN'DUS JAECKEL.
C'iro. Illinois, Jan. 15, 1873. It
signal bervick report.
low WATia. Klit or Kail
rr. in tT. n
2u a xi u
If 4 .X t
11 lu XI o
io X: s
H X 7
J 8 -- 4
J MKS M. W.vti S, 1
barteant .-iniml Servict U. d. A
Tho n-w M.ry liuuaion. Cup alu
Charles Mill. r. is due this morning for
Vickshurg Herald. UU: "Pilots re
port a higru.ig .iriiu d Down and lasteueil
directly in the channel at the loot ol
Moon's T,.w Head."
Captain Poilewait McCanley, an old
time ilnzeii of Cairo and a sieamboal
pilot, Is in the city ready to take a berth
on a steamer if opportunity offers.
The Smoky City, Pilots Ja. Do 'gh
ertyand James Kaler y, with 8 empty
barges Went to Louli-villc.
We are indebted to Will S. ilays.ot
Loui-ville. for a photograph of himself,
luti ly taken. We never ha 1 the pleasure,
ol meeting this lainous song writer, river
editor and steamship agent, but, from
reading his writings and singing hi
songs lor years, feel that we know him
well. The picture is handsome, and tbe
girls have already pulled tho corners off
of it trying to get it away from us. Ii
we were as good looking, and owned us
fine a moustache we would return Hie
eumpliraent by setidiug him our picture.
But we are not, and that settles it. Mr,
Hays Is a passenger agent of the Louis
ville A Cincinnati U. S. mail lin-- steam,
ers, Ionian Line steatiHiips. and river
editor of this Louisville Couritr Journal,
I lie U. C, Y-rger, out yesterday irom
St. Louis, had 60j tons and was drawiug
6 leet 4 Inches. Her pilots think there Is
7 leet ol water to St. Louis.
The City ol Alton I to leave St. Louis
to iluy lor New Orleans, and she will be
followed by the Susie Silver.
The Grand Tower is the packet for
Viekaburtr thin evening.
The beatitilul New Msry If. won
should be at the wharf this morning tor
I'lu- R ihin. Willi a tow ot salt arrived
Irom tin- Ohl i last i Veiling.
i'lu GrejIiniiiKl with a tow of coal
pllS-. l -il'.l'll.
ti J1 uou t.ii-hi Is ol eoal lor Louisville
ami ( j .cumuli h is kit Pittsbur on the
l ln- R her', Mi-chi ll drawing 7 feet
i.ia ie i .Mill sti.nr, luota-ges, rice und
lo- n, . a d i lln Ohio last evening.
The C. U i hii'vn was sgrouiiU at
llei.ili r-nii l-'i- se Vi ral hours.
I lie I' 1'. .iciiem k vv.ts .luu last night
Hum ih en...., i , I a thou'h she lell
Cii.cini.iri vvi i. y 10 tons, ho has
ulekid up a g.j.e.l 'np under way.
We iindert:wiil that on Ihe 25th Inst.
Ihe Germans ol this city propose giving? a
hall at Kluge's hall. The men who wilt
give it are ull prominent business men ol
the city, and are determined to make it a
sm cess in every respect. Doubtlrss it
will be the most successful and enjoyable
La'l of the beacon.
Illinois Central IImlroad Com aw y
Oppicb ok Uknkxai. Aoknt.
Cairo. Ill . J in. II, 1878 j
llercalter pas,eniier trains wdl not sion
at the stone dep.it. or any other point
within the city limits, to receive or land
passengers, except at tin- pns-epger
"I'M. Jamks Johnson.
3t Gen'l Agent.
Cook for family ot two. Wages good.
76 0bloleee. Ji.
Children cry lor PiUher'a Canorla
Itisas pleasant to take as honev. It
contains no morphine or other deletur-
lovs Ingredient, and Is ture to expel
worms, cure wind colic, reftulate the
bowels and stomach, a.id overcome Irri
tation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Mothers can rest, and children enlov
health, who use Castorla. It is harm
less, It Is certainly tpeedy, and it is
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC.
Corner Uolbrouk Avenue and 23d Street.
10:30 o'clock, January IS, 1678.
Everything appertaining to housekeeping
ANDUEW SCURObER. Igentl J
TOM WINTER, Auotloneer.
aUaVUaas UAAAa7 iUf
BLfJ mm mm
tAiruuruinury inaucememsio rurcnasero
unm Alter OrlirijmtTximm Wo
Willi offer to th Public lonw
Thf Klneat a"rtiuent of Ladl s' Cloak a no Furs In the city.
I'nequallBd Attra- thuis Silk Hauuerctisfr, Cul.ara, Cuff, a .d Tics io lr va I y and
eh giint a-iortnent. ,
Full a Tl comp ete LIus ot Oent,' Furniahlnr G hi I s . d at isp.nlklilngt) Urn pitrtt.
Ze.hyr-, oo. and F.niy articles oi all shades and o I.. . -Ladles
8ho. letually at Coat.
Urpe'a cd Oil Cloths In tadleas variety, quaMtT tnd pa tern.
We lakMilea-nre In nnnoiineing to our patrons .u. l -h- pulillc rnfrallv that we
are now ft rinir stiec at in iiviiienia tn iiuk..i, i. ' ?. .2 " Z
Hi . A .l...u.. newaml attraeiive articles ot n nu .... ,,w , ixhlbltloii. and
are beuu ofler. d ut oui-t extraordinarily low prices eawouiou, ana
FIFTY DO LARS hEWARO I
Lo-t a -nmll pnrk iife c uitiiiniiig to
di l'l. Illlds ol lillil . Vu!lie, liel Me. i Six h
Street Slid bank III III!' riVer tle'Weell I tie
Any per-m .flii,iii .id j.. k .i r
lie Contents, atel C hverii.j s me i., I e
jewelty e.tahli-h i en' i,i ; ,i.r. hr
will receive the aim e I. w ud.
Any one giving inlunn Ulmi 'Ii t Will
lead toils nc v. ry wui he hiii,. n.
('aiho, 111 . January 2, 1878. 2t.
A tieiulo Hint.
In onr st) le ol climate, with its sin'di n
ihangfsol temperatun rain, wind and
sunshine otien intermingle in a single
day it is no wonder thai our cliil n ti,
lileuds amr relatives iiro o I'equeiitly
liiken Irom us by neglecied colds, half the
ileal hs resulting directly Irom this cause.
A bottle ol Boschee's German Syrup kept
about your home for immediate use will
pr veiif serious sicklies, a large doctor's
i.ill, and perhaps death, by he use of
hree or four does. For curlmr Con-
sumption, Hemorrhages. Pneumonia.
Severe Coughs, Croup, or any disease ot
tie 1 nroat or I.ungs, Its success is simidv
wonderful, as yourdrugist will tell vou
German Syrup is now sold in every town
and village on this continent. Sample
bottl. s for trial, 10c; regular size, 7:e.
Ilnnnlnaiaikt M ... . v ih.i ..
- . ..i . j , in.. ., iue nri
Dr. W. E. Iloyt ol 2j years suceessiul
practice euaiautees speedv and peiman
ent cure ot all Chronic. Scrofulous, Pri
vate. Syphiletic aud Female Diseases.
Spermaterrhcca. or sell-abuse, at his
Medical Institute, Agan i Chcnev Block.
opposite ihe City Hall Park. Syrucu-e,
N. Y. Medicine sent to all parts ol tne
L. h. an, I Canada. Don't be deceived bv
a Iveriising qu icks who throng ourlargo
cities, but consult Dr. Hoyt or send for
circular treating on his specialities to his
l . J. kill I. iU.
Ladies Mv great liquid Fremiti
rcnn ijy. Amie U- Feuimu, or Female
Friend, Is unfailing In the cure of all
painful mid dangerous diseases ol your
sex. It moderates all excesses, and
brings on ihe monthly pi nod with renu-
liirity. In all nervous and spinal aflec-
tlon, pains In Ihu back or limbs, heavi
ness, fatigue on slight exertion, palpita
tion of the heart, lowues of spirit, hy
sterics, sick headache, whites, and all
painful diseases occa-ioncd bv a disorder
ed system it effect ) a cur., when all other
means fail. Price $2 (XI per bottle, sent
by mail. Dr. W. E. llovt. Box 276.
Syracuse, N Y.
WONDER UPON WONDER.
G ven Away A stranvt mrn eri..ua and most
iftiraurinnary m,a, ennncd 'lilt llUnk UK
WON Ml ." I milait.1.12 wilh numeruu. nic.
Iciinl illusirKimni. th mysieriet of the heave. ana
inh. .Natiir.il ,aml -uiKruaiu al,i Uduira W him-,
iciil Mraniie t u l..t uc Wiichet aiid It hcraft,
','" 1 -iip-r.ooun. bn diue. .abuloiii, En
ihaiiiinrni ce. in urder thai all mav thu curi-
eu. I...ik tlit i ut.'i'herft have rciuiv.d to Kive ft
away Mull that desire to tec il. Ad .reus, bv i.mi.I
card K . l.K iSn ilu . IJi aahirgt . n Srreel
Clt RY NOTI K
State ol hi in 'is Clint , (if A'cn .,'r
CI. cult court of A eaa..dercouiity J iimary leriu,
. I). IS7S.
Iltnrv H'hilcamp r. ''i 'iam Khh .fl) ll. nrv
llrhiiotT. Kit I n.hn ft" i h.i i. thu fl nil
l.racie r icliti-IT, bin to r, fmiti and luic. oa in ri
gae in chancery
.ffidavit I the nen-'e .Imc ol 1 '.n. y
Mihhi.tT and Kai i li-hh A. iw f the
ilrlendantt a .uva r.,h ed, h " i f le I. li.r n ti
oAicl- of iht i era al taid ei m.l uour uf ' x inter
county notice in h reb) gi en lu said n n-'c.iricnt
del ndaut-, tl .t the onup a u on Ii .l hi. bi i t
c.iinpiaint in slid c mrt "n ih cna.icei ti e iheir.,1
on the i tt day .if ove ber ..... lrs'1 . ait.i ..iat
a tutn't.on. ih. n upi.D it.uc.l "Ul f ui'i court
against i.iid dtfenda .1., re ttru ble on the tir.t
MoUilay of .1. nuaiy. A ' ' ls7S a I. by aw rc
quir d Now t un-lore u leos y n the taid lle..
ry tie.lih. f and Ka'hi hi. hh ahilliera t. l ybc
andai p ar bef re the ta4 oiic P court u Alex .ii
.'er county o . ik fi. I day T ihe neai twin there
of, to tw An de at the Court house In th hy ol
(Jtru,l l a.iid cou ty, ou the thai .Uotiday of .lanu
ry . I) I 78, a i p. end, ai.twer or d. wur totbe
laid cmiilananl't bill of coivplaint (lie am and
the uancr- aud thinri tin r.-in cnargeu and aUtcd.
will be taken at c ufeaa.-d, ai.d a decree entered
agai .11 you according to the pracr uf aaid bill
JoiiH lUiiVK. O.crk,
Gao FikRks. t'omplttinant'i solicliar,
Kov. Jlit, A. ii. Ib77.
S AFFORD, MORRIS,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Hat oal Bank Building, iip.sialrt.
Ibl Oldest ritabllahed Agtncy ra Potnher
Illinois, and represent! f otar
lln CURK GUARANTIED
WWIII I rrribeyeurcaM,and(and
DISEASES J EttSbfflf&S
MO ML Vernon Street, Pbllaitalphia.
, . J
unpreccdemeu tlarjilnt hi
J.j4i, . , t: mm
vlinliue.it 1 ,
1 1 iio-t leu .14 .
.Iis'ore the i u I
tui-v or ihe
i". il.i.t a
Man and Beast!
''" I'o 'Ul. .'i I .,, ;i ,' . r'loody,
- oi.g i.ee.le . a, liiiiiiu.i y j
tlvt n i.n ou;:.t- - i ,u uwr.o by
t h iVlii; u- ed t,u n. I I i u ' era, aod
n -II caes u aiiiai.'ii- i tne mo- power
liu rem ny t (J u, t, rsh y. r irom aony,
Diamond Cil Posesses
h hi couc. nt' t.-.t heul nn properties,
q deke i icl;.tule nrln I r rain r-llel, most
c tmhi .ti m ilietted necessities, a a lini-m-iii
tor in hi a n bijat, nver la traduced
lur puoilu buu. Ut. ;
s. ' '
who lli u this liniment in time, wld be
c nvneed th it this ta a ure cure lor rlieu
niatiouj n. uralaU, bruie-, aprales, swU-njf-,
hum-, cuu. I I ,ns, tumor, pilaa,
Injured limbs, scads, gout. diptUerla,
sore Hi nat, toothache, taesilaehe, Inai-t
bites, tits, colic, tape worm-, etc., for tbe
human race, and U
A positive ctm:
or; sweiney, rlni?b'n, Gratis, callous
sinews, hu t-, rurhs, cuts, bruises, lame
new, -iraine I fetlocks. s wins, eolic, botts,
w.ndHl,v poll evil, cattle ! sheep com
plaint, andallKene al diseases in stoek,
and the man? other afflictions of botti maa
UUMOND OIL i lor sale by Fra
IIklby, heing well recomended by all
druggi. phyicuns, and evnry one wh' baa
ever used it. I'riee, 7i cents per butUs.
W. K. K')AVi ().,
Bramrh omn ludianspolln lud.
ILLINUIS CENTRAL R. B.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Bond Running Two
Daily Triune from Cairo,
Trains LenY Cairo
!:'if ,..in. Kat hxpres-, arriving in St.
Louis K:5u p oi.; l.'bicjjjo, 7;y. a.m.
i:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
V.LLE fast line
i.-nvna' n Inidnnui M;lu, am.; Iuls-
'- '. a tu ; :n li rapoiln. 4.W ot.
I' o ,.:r- b) itiU l am ainve at above
0i -.WY 0JH2B K0TJTI.
Vt'10 p. n. -t M I with alecper attaeh
ed. I. i l."UIS ami CUI6AUO,
airhiti- i .-i Loup at ii:10 a.m Cbi
em"., a i ... i .ii. ('nuncctiDa ai Odla
or h tiiicinuati. Loultviila
no I. a s
FAb'i TIME EAST
ks-eng. r '
lundav nit. r. i.
'ine kto ithoufe-b to
j li iuy i unu by '
li e SAI l i..v t IrJItNi.ioN TRAIN
HtOM i i: I y-. IN MW
Vvl.l : :. i-MKnu
I '6 HOl't-
I hey in ke '
lie l-'lll l' I :
1. Sll e ! 1.1
i Kr ttivo .r;;
I iitity at lU'i'u
'- '.es bat
1 -i "'.v.' ( '1 Ml
'- le . U
i lu t- uii.i Uitomin'lon,
hit d n K l...pn. t aire.
.man - iT r. lo .
till"' B RI
tien'l S-mthwrti Aid
Alexander County Bank
REPORT OF TUB C 'NDlTIOJf OP TUB AlIX
AXDBR CotKTV B.tKK OF CAIBO, ILL.,
AT TDK CLOCK Of BrS!KS8,
Jan. 7m, 1878.
Loans and discounts... $43,264 71
Due Irom bank 8.700 36
Ituah nn huiul QA I'lt ILi An ?aai o
v - . ........... w-s,vpi vre ij.iie CMf
Uutflt and furniture... 6,000 00
Total ;.......$94J.0l3 00
Caniral atA. tr imi.t In tlx Ann oa.
- - , - v. ...... .,.........v,vir
Deposits es.ito n
glut-plus I und 1763 M
Total............ $04,013 00
We, '. Bross, pretident, and H. Wells,
cashier ot the above named bank, do
solemnly swear that the above state-neat
Is true to the best of our knowledge and
H. Wkmjl Cashier. ' Pn alilvKt
Subscribed and sworn to before ne Ibis
7th day of Januarv, 1878. -
. , - Notary pnblK
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tt iff 9 piao, oiioaw btwc rru
fiwAlit Slanllaf M OrgaJn lttM BM
riaiiooly i'. CojIttM. ilroulan frea.
U. r aaatiy, WasblarSiai, N J
BM St) In munrf ins. MnttWBUBesI Jt.
isTfj MliMylU Cart O,, OefTU. . t7
M Cm1 av-l 4on itrtk tf Ith it
on ibe taint Urn.