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ilkl) BUSINESS HOUSES
ie,-Any iMmluemi Brra can havo three tiivrs
lo thin rulmiiii unilir appropriate heading
Harare ill .!.& prr month r SW per year
m iiiiif iiiaiutri in ativance.
llrlMHre, Move mill Tin Warr.
A. HAl.t.KY-lifcHlerinNlovi'a.l'loui'l Hani
a urn, (,unlin ami rurMK'in1 Imiiliininlj, Wire
jOO'ln, Ui'lrwralura, Pimii'H ami Military
i I umiiu n ittl .Avruiie. limUTlng, arid Jul
it m i Honi' on liorl uiilue,
.t.S.Mci.AUKY-Dtulerinha.J and loft lain
ir, noorlnx, lihx, aidlrut and miffitcwl
Inn. her, lull) ami aliinirlm. Offiwt ali yard
iirmr I 'wi'iitir lit atrtt uwl Waaliinirton aveuiw
'. H AKTMA.N Urnler in Ouwrntwarff, Toya,
l.m j itti'l all klwla of laney artkl'a. Cummer-
Hi utmuc, curner i.ui atrert.
WILLIAM WfSTKU-Slxtli itrtwt between
.ii uit-rclul avenue una n anlilngtm avenue.
4 lulliing Bud Merchant Tailoring.
.'OIIN ANTKIH-Slercliiint Tailor and deali
In Ibaily Mail Llulliii . 78 Ohio Levin.
Ileal Mtnte Aiteiu'les.
M. .1. HOWLET-Ru&l Katate AgruU Buys
n.il illa leal C6UW, collect rente, pay taxta
k,r iiou-rwulanta.eui. Commeruul avenue, be-
i . in Intli ami l (nth alreeta .
1 1 INKI.K THISTLKWOOI)
1 1 Cotton aii'l 'fobnonu Kuctora and pro-
i rictora oi Hie rarnietn' lonacco yv areuoue,
I-', & 1.7 Collinilhin ml Avenue
v Central rorwurJiiifc ami Communion
iiicirluiut, for the sole ol rami, tjunltn, Ur-
;ian( auu Dairy i 'reduce, n onto lvk.
111. WIIKEI.OCK A CO.
Ji imicral korwunling and Crnnmlalon
iiiiTChanta, and Utalera la ull kiuda of t rult ami
I'miluce. M Ohio Levee. ConaiiCiniienU tulle
ice.1, Stencil furnlibed on application.
One or two good mules and dray and
harness : or Etmn ot good horses ami
wagon. Inquire "8, Ohio lcyee.
1 w. Aldk.v, Graves & Co
t or hale.
One two-horse wagon In good con
litlon, and one span horses and harness.
horses are sound, and In good con
dltioit, arid the Imrncs almost new. For
terumpply at Henry Prohme's, corner ol
Fourteenth ot. and Washington avenue
1 23-1 ni
I.ellle ( oleinau'e l.aundr.
Mr. Lettic Coleman ban reopened her
laundiyon Fourth street, between wab.
in tun and Coinmereliil avenue, and Ukei
tliia method ot Informing her old friends
and patrons thut -he l aain at their er
vice, and tollclu their patronage. She ha
reduced price to suit the lime.
t or Sale.
J he following described property for
ule at u burpain if applied lor goon, viz
Lots 7 and 8, bloek 50, witli residence
an.l improvement 8, corner Ninth street
nd Washington avenue; 3 houses and
lot on north tide ot Twelfth street, cor
ner Poplar; cottage and lot on Walnut,
n ar 23rd. M. J. IIowlky,
1,9"'f Ileal Erftatq Agent.
"Th! I'eerleM" is beyond ail question
'.ho bet five cent cigar oilcrcd lor sale In
this market II r. Fred Teiehiuun is the:
ole manufacturer of thi celcbratel
orand of cigars, and olkfes a reward ot
.'Mie hundred dollais to any iienton who
will find any in thorn but the pure Ha
nna filler witii Counc-cticut wrapper and
binder. The Peerless has become a ureat
ruvotito with Cairo pniokers, and the
jnini for tliem is constantly on the
Incrcaec. The tmdo aupplied on the
jioht reasonable terms. For sale by
Fred Telchman, Commercial avenue,
near Sixth street.
KJ. Uraxtou ha returned to hU old
tand iu the I.elser building, where he la
K:ttcr pn'pan-d than ever to aceoinmo
.late. Iiih patrons and ttio public who
may favor him with a call. Ho has gone
to considerable expense In littliig up a
vtiple of nicely furnished rooms, which
!k; bus provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. Ho em
ploys only Jlrst class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
TIIK It K ANON WHY
Ail MiimiIiI Buy ilielr Groceries rroiu
llelow we cive a number ot reasons
why people should buy their groceries
from Pettis A Bird:
1 t .Because their stocks Is the largest,
Irchest and choicest in tho city.
2nd. Because they sell poods of every
Kind cheaper than any other house in the
to I. Because they deliver goods more
promptly and In better shapo than any
other house in tho city.
Ith. Because they keep the most com
plete stock, and persons desiring to
purehnso dill'erent kinds of goods are not
compelled to go elsewhere because
Messrs. V. & D. have not got the goods
These we consider substantial reasons
why our readers should buy their goods
ol Pbttis & Bird,
'ornrr 1 Ithst. and Washington avenue.
Also just received ft largo lot of Yar
nell liro.'s Baking Powder, tho best
uoods made ; only requlrcj one tcaspoon
tul to the quart ot Hour. Give it a trial
aiul you will use no other.
lVlm. Pettis it Bun).
RlithtNcnr the Old Ntanri.
Having withdrawn from tho dental firm
of' Canine & Whltlock, I will still continue
the prnctlcol dentistry at No. 130 Commer
cial uvo. betwoen tub. and Oth streets, over
(inl'istme A Uosonwater's store third
door north of Eight street I will be pleas
ed to see all my old frlonds and patjoni,
uml attend punctually to their wants in
the will of duntlntry. Very Bes'py.
K. W. Wiiitlock, D. D. S.
tin l.'Ju Coiu'l avo 3 door north of 8th it
Children cry tor Pltahcr's Castoria
It Is as pleasant to take as honey. It
contains no niorphlno or other deleter
lovs Ingredient, and Is euro to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels oud stomach, and overcome Irri
tation caused by rash or cutting toctb.
Mothers cau rust, and children enoy
health, who use Castoria. It Is harm
lues, it is ccrtaluJy speedy, and It U
SATL'ltDAY, February 9, 1878.
Bmr.K Lo AM.-'l'h Temperance IU)
form Club k iu need ol funds, and It U
important that all members pay their
dues. It takes iiionoy to, make the mare
WanU.d, a girl to do second wotk
Apply ut the id'Li.KTis otllce
Try Iiayhlcon's washing compouud.
Mud and rain is the order now.
Hurry Walker sets a free oyster lunch
every evening. "Don't you forget It,"
The revival at the Methodist church
is still In progress.
Try Davidson's washing compound.
The " war news" was all the talk
Damaged meal for sale at Cross &
Co.'s. Cheap. No. CI Ohio levee. 2-C3t
Mrs. Capt. McKlnney has gone to
Just received ut the
Hahhy Walk Eh,
There will be services In all
tunt received at tho
Mr. E. Dickcrson, ot Goose Ljiaud,
was in the city yesterday on business.
For Butter, Eggs, Apples, etc., call at
No. (H Ohio levee.
tl. II. LXIOHTOM
The PuUfkl county circuit court
convenes on Monday, the lith in-t.
Shell oysters Jest received at tho
Crystal saloon. Hakky Wauku.
Sheiifl Saup will be. on the " war
path" for taxes within tho ntxt.tci days
or two weeks.
Try Davldsou's washing compuind.
2 0 lw
The mother of Otlicer John Hugan
Is dangerously sick, and her recovery U
Oyster soup lunch at Harry W altcr's
Crystal ealoon every ivenlng it 0
o'clock. 1.4 tf
The regular weekly meeting of the
Red Ilibblon Reform Clubwas held last
night and was well attended.
Try Davidson's washing compomd.
The talk about the town clock to be
placed In the Delta City engine house
has entirely ceased.
For sood potatoes, choice ap
ples, butter, eggs, etc, go to Q.
n. Jackson & Co.'s, Wo. 64, Ohio
Judge Bird's, police court was a quiet
place yesterday. Heverul unimportant
trials were had, however.
Probate court will conitneneo on
Monday, the ISth. Parties having bush.
ncss in this court should remember this.
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
o'clock this eyeningat Llarry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial avo
The sidewalk steps at the corner of
iflecnth and Walnut streets are broken
down, and ought to be repaired.
The old reliable Illinois Central rail
road is doing an enormous business in
the freight line.
Query: "Why will men smokecom-
mon tobacco, when they can buy Mar
buru Bros. 'Seal of North Carolina' at
the same price?"
Jas. A. Viall, of llarrlsburg, was In
the city on Wednesday. Mr. Ylall de.
sires an agent to sell his coal in this city,
Sco notice elsewhere In this paptr.
Tho body ot the colored bey Willie
Ghilchrlst, drowned lrom tho steamer
Wild Boy, near Columbus a week or ten
days ago, has not been recovered,
Tho Excelsior Social and Literary
society meets at the residence of Mr.
Henry Wells on Tuesday, the 12th inst.
Subject for debate, " Ought Intemper
ance to be Treated as Crime ?"
Engines No. 115 and No. 15, on the
Illinois Central, ran Into each otlier at
Makanc'a Hill. The boys, tried to pass
each othr on the same track, and failed.
Nobody was hurt.
Mr. Johnson; general passenger
agent of ti e Illinois Central railroad,
and wife, at rived in this city with the
royal car yesterday, and will go from
here to New Orleans.
John T. Renniols getting his ma"
chine shop into order, and Is now ready
to receive orders. Ills machinery has all
been cot into shape and in running
Tho Illuminated posters put out by
the Mystic Krew were printed at the
Bulletin ofllee, and we believe them to
be the best job of the .kind eycr turned
out in Cairo.
Henry Gossman has accepted a posi
tion with Messrs. Stocklloth A Bross,
tho wholesale liquor dealers. We con
gratulate the firm on their good luck in
securing so good a man.
Within the last week tho police have
arrested quite a number of suspicious
characters, supposed confidence men and
thieves, and some of thorn aro now serv
ing terms on tho chain gang.
Lost between Eight and Thlr.
tcenth streets, a small pearl-handle knife,
two blades, one broken. The finder will
be rewarded by leaving It at Bulletin
bindery. 2-o.at; '
-Tho old rellablH Calm City" Coal
company Is delivering tho best of Big
Muddy, Paradise and Pittsburg coal to
any part of the city cheaper thnn fver
A (Ire oecurrrd at Elco, in this coun
ty, a few uights ago anil destroyed the
building In which tho Odd Fellows lodge
was loouted. Tho lodge lot all its
property of evry kind. :
The county commissioners will meet
in special session' on next Monday,
Fcbruaiy 11th, The meeting is for the
purposo ofthoapprovul of the collector's
bond and to cxaiuiue tin tax books.
Hope of capturing tho murderer ot
Mr, Zimmerman, at Mounds Junction
two week. ti, has been nbandoned for
the present. It N believe j he has suc
ceeded in making good hl-i escape.
Chief of Police Artcr has secured the
double gates to St. Mary's park, and
persons going In and out must go
through the small gates. This prevents
stock from getting into the park.
The coramitiee of arrangements for
the masquerado ball, to be given by the
Turner society on the evening ot the
19th, aro moving and will leave nothing
undone that will tend to make the ball a
The tact that Hon. Geo. Jl. Wendling
In to deliver his celebrated lecture en
titled a i'Reply to Ingcrsoll from a Secu
lar Standpoint," In this city is attracting
a good deal of attention, and he will be
greeted by an Immense audience.
Deputy Sheriff Jack Hodges has
gone and joined the Murphy movement,
and wears the blue ribbon, like a man,
We do not know, howeyer, that he in
tends to take the Held as a temperance
'Hie omission of a word iu the pro
ceedings of the city council at the meet,
iriir held on Wednesday evening, renders
it necessary to republish them this morn
ing. Tlie "Infernal printer," etc., of
The lady members of tlie St. Joseph
Catholic church are making the neces
sary preparations tor their fair and
festival to be held on the evenings
of the 10th, 20tn, and 21st of tho pres-.
County Clerk Dan Hogan, ol Pulas
ki county, has been appointed adminis
trator of the estate of the late John
Carter, and Mrs. Elizabeth Cascv truars
dian ot his two boys, one aged ten and
the other twelve years.
The Cairo, Arkansas and Texas, and
the Cairo land Vincenncs railroads are
making arrangements to put in a new
incline plane at a point somewhere be
low the St. Charles hotel. We are told
that work on the new Incline will be
commenced as eoou as the weather be
There is much talk about the coming
lecture by Hon. Geo. It. Wendling, to
be delivered in this city on tho evening
of the.linh. We do not believe the
Atheneum will bo large enough toac-
commodate all who will turn out to hear
At a late hour last night olllcers Sar-
geut and McCarthy arrested a white
woman on Third street between Washs
ington and Commercial avenues, and
locked her in the city jail. Site was
drunk and abusive, and such a tongue I
Oh, Lord ! She U an " old timer," and
chronic jail bird.
During the last year the Cairo, Ar
kansas and Texas railroad transfer boat
Junius S. Morgan at this point; has
transferred nearly twelve thousand cars
to and lrom the Cairo and Vincenncs and
Illinois Central roads in this city. Of
this number nearly two-thlrd3 were
transferred during the last live or six
Trains, ;both passenger and freight,
are now running regularly on the Cairo
and St. Louis railroad. The track put
down above this city Is in better condi
tion than at any time since the caving
in of the old leycc. Nearly all the tics
are new and the road bed is in every re
spect more substantial and durable.
Albert R. Lutz. son of Mr. A. Lutz
of Mound City, died at his home in that
place on yesterday, aged fifteen years.
iheluneral services will be held at the
residence ot young Lutz this, Saturday
morning, at 0 o'clock, 1 he remains will
be Interred at Beech Grove cemetery at
County Clerk Sam Ilumm Is at borne
again, and declares his intention to get
even with the boys who started the story
that ho went away to get married. We
don't know how it is, but llumm don't
look like he used to he looks older and
sadder, and acts like a married man. If
he Is not married he ought to be.
Archy Robinson was run in last
night, and will be before Judgo Bird to
day. Ardiy is a bad pill, and is sure ol
nt least a hundred days on the chain
gang. lie is a notorious thief and
"piker," and If tho city succeeds In gets
ting rid of him It will bo a good rid
dance. Molllo Bally, a notorious colored
prostitute, and one of the worst charac
ters tho officers have to deal with, was
before Judge Bird yesterday on a charge
of disturbing the peace, She was fined
thirty-live dollars and given a stay of
execution on condition that she would
leave tho city. Chief Arter made the
We repeat that we will not publish
anonymous communications. With
in the last few days we have ret
eelved a number of communications,
which, 11 published, would be sure to
ercato hard feeling among certain classes
ol our citizens, and In tho end no good
would result from their publication. . To
secure publication the name of the writer
miti accompany all communication! ins
tended lor toe Bcutm. . U
' ' 01 late many friend has asked us,
"When will Mr. Kuhne, the piano tuner,
return?" Well, we are not good at
guessing, and henco give It up. Poli
ticians say "Times change and men
change with time," It so we prescribe
for Mr. huhno ,a big dosool lime, and
for our Seagur questioners a blgdo? of
patMoe. , . ,
lion. A.M. Irvln bus gone to Chester
to take his position as doputy warden, of
the southern Illinois enitentlary. He
met tba penitentiary commissioners there
on Tuesday, and after a conference with
them expected to go to Juliet to spend
tlueo or tour weeks lu investigating the
workings of the prison there, after which
ho will return to Chester to remain per
manently, It is said that Capt. Stlnson's com
pany, eleventh regiment Illinois state
guards, has notified tlio Mystlo Krew of
this city that they will visit Cairo In a
body on Mardl Gras day, March Cth,and
participate In the parade In the day time
and in the ball at night. The members
of the Krew arc in receipt ot many letters
from the villages around about Cairo,
assuring them that Cairo will be lull of
people on that day.
Ono of our Jackson county exs
changes says : "A few months ago Pete
Ulghtower, of Carbondale, was found
guilty of murder in the Jackson circuit
court, and the term of imprisonment
fixed at fourteen years in the peniten
tiary, but before sentence was passed
upon ;him, he escaped. Last week he
returned and gave himself up to the
authorities, stating that the life ot an
exile, with the continual fear ot recap
ture was unbearable, and he preferred to
return and "risk his chances.' "
The following are the letters remaining
uncalled for in the postofllce in Cairo,
HI., Saturday, February 0, 1878 :
Bryant, E. ; Carter, Dora ; Coleman,
Mary ; Earl, Lucinda flngltes, Mandy ;
Hodges, Fannie ; IlurUert, Lucy ; Hop
kins, Hattle; Harris, Maggie; Jones,
Sophia; Lake, M. J.; Ladd, M.; Mc
Caffrey, Bella ; McGlnnis, E. ; McAtham
mee, M. ; O'Danniel, Mrs.; Parker,
Maria ; Parker, Callie ; Perry, Margaret ;
Soldren.Kate ; Tellle, BettleE. ; Warren,
Alice; Williams, Mary.
Jacob Allen ; J. Aiken; T. G. Allen ;
T. F. Abbott ; Dan. Blan ; L. P. Blum ;
Preston Burns ; Win. Bailey ; William
Burke 5 W. S. Burrows ; J. H. Cowgill ;
J. Camerom ; Isaac Clark ; Morgan Cols
rain ; Thomas Clarke , Wm. Casay ; W.
T. Collins ; J. W. Dearing ; II. Earl ;
J. Falslou ; M. L. Freeman ; Mr. Green ;
Corn. Gallagher ; II. Gray ; II. D. Gor
don ; M. R. Geer; M. R. Gludig; L. S.
Johnson; Mr. Haurd; W. P. Harris;
Geo. Johnson; C.B. Jones; C. Kauflman;
M. L. Kelley; Carson Lawson; J. Jones;
Henry Moren; M. Murphy; S. McElhcn
ney; W, J. Morgan; Noble & Lenner; R.
Nilchklns; A. R. Nain; Mr. Phillips; A.
J. Page; Nelson Perry; M. Powers; W.
F. Paul; 1). M. Perkins; II. C. Ruther
ford; J. Reynolds; ll. Itashaw; W.
Koblnson; And. Sweatt; B. Siruiion; 11.
Sncad; Thos. Simpson; E. F.TillsonjJ.
o. Tnwtt-, Ed. Wlttlg; Geo. Wilson; II.
Willitt; Jasper Willis.
Geo. W. McKeaIO, P. M.
Board of County comuilaaloncrM.
Cairo, Ills., January 2Sth, 1S78.
A special session ot the board of
county commissioners of Alexander
County, Illinois, will be held at the court
house, In this city, on Monday, February
11th, next, :at,9 o'clock, a.m., for the
transaction ot such business as may
come before said board.
Tuofl. W. Hallidav, Chairman.
Announcement Extraordinary !
HON. 0E0. R. WENDLING,
Will deliver his great lecture,
"A RKPLT TO IXGEKSOLL I'll ON A
At the Atheneum, Tuesday eve., Feb. 19.
A3 a fascinating orator, logical reason-,
cr, an accomplished scholar and a peers
less and invincible assailant, Wendling
is, at the bar and in politics, the peer of
Hon. George R. Wendling delivered
his great lecture in reply to Ingersoll,
at Library Hall, In the city of St, Louis,
January 15th, 1818, to an audience of
over 2,000 of the most cultured and ;in
elligent people of that city, and hun
dreds stood In the aisles during Its de
livery, not a person, to our knowledge,
leaving tho hall. The result was a com
plete success, culminating in a perfect
ovation. Ho was immediately offered
$500.00 to repeat the same lecture In that
city, which lie did, with similar results.
A third luvltation has already followed
this, and he has since received Invitations
from such cities as Mt. Vernon, Bloom
inpton. 111.. Lafavctte, Indianapolis, Ind.,
Chicago, Milwaukee, New York, Wash-.
ington, D. C, etc.
Mr. Wendlliif being an eminent law
yer, a ripo scholar, a profound thinker
and logician, he is especieiiy titled to
answer Col. Ingersoll In his assaults upon
Cairo Temperance Kelorm 4'lult.
The regular weekly meeting will held
this, Friday, evening, nt 7 o'clock, at tho
club rooms. A cordial Invitation Is ex
tended to all. Will K. Bawkiks, Seo'y.
Seasoned cordwood at C. W. Wheeler
& Co.'s at $3 00 per cord. Orders left at
their office on Tenth street, between
H oshlngton nd Commercial avenues,
will rocclvo prompt attention,
. , 1 ' " ', 11
The Tidal Wave-It Ilaa Rlruck Calru
Just Received 6,000 of the celebrated
Tidal Wave, B cent cigars. Try them
Trmds suoelled. r r - hiw Bo.
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' iv ripftl Meeting-.
Council Ciiamiiek, i
Cairo, III., Feb. 6, 1x7.
Present His honor Mayor Winter and
Aldurmtn Huliiduy, Lancaster, Patier,
Thlstlewood, Wrlgbgand Yoeiini-0.
The mayor stated that the meeting
had been Called upon tho order of Alder
men Thlstlewood, Patier, ocuw and
Wright, for the purposo of enabling the
committee on streets to make report of
their action taken at a meeting held this
BKPOIITS OP COMMITTEE.
To the Mayor and City Council ;
Gentlemen Ata meetlngof the struct
committeo held at the council chamber
this day at 10 o'clock a. m., it was ascer
tained that Irregularities existed in the
advertisement culling for proposals for a
new bridge across Cache river, and in
consequence of such irrefftilarities. vour
committee, on motion of Alderman Pa-
tier, resolved to make tho following re
port and recommendation, viz : That all
bids be rejected.
Aldermuu Huliiduy moved that the re
port be received and that the recom
mendation be concurred in rejecting all
bids, and that the whole ; subject mutter
of building a bridge oyer Cache river be
referred Jo the committee on streets,
with Instructions to report at the next
On motion ot Alderman Wilght, the
J. 1J. rmi-Lis, City Clerk.
SIGNAL SERVICE ItEl'OKT.
KTATIOK. LOW WATIB. U'nv or Kill I
Ft, IN. IT. J IN.
Cairo m I ii
Cincinnati '." to i ; 0
Davenport - i A X . 2
Pittsburg i 1 X 1 ;
Louisville 1 Ii I I f
St. Paul I
Keokuk 'i 11 n
St. Lmua ..,. 10 '1 - I
JAMES M. WATSON,
Scnjeanl h'tftwl Service. I), H. A
The J. B. M. Keillor filled out here and
cleared for New Orleans yesterday morn
ing. Captain Klmbcr'a daughter, who
die on the 2Cth, was 10 years of age,
and had suffered a long time with con
sumption, but her physicians Inlormed
Captain Kimbcr before he left home that
there was no probability that death would
occur for many months. The dispatch
which met hlrrt here announcing her
death was therefore a terrible shock. We
extend our sympathy. Captain Kimbcr
is aa old friend, and we feel his sorrow
- The Thomas Shlrlock will carry Mardi
Gras people at reduced rates lor the
round trip, with the privilege of stopping
over at New Orleans.
The committee appointed by the post
master general to open the proposals for
the western mall service have opened,
stamped and numbered 2,838 bids for
tne service in Arkansas, and were en
gaged on Tuesday on the Louisiana pro
posals. Lonisvlllo Courier Journal, 7th :
There arc 600,000 bushels ot coul up
Kentucky river, dug out and reaJy to
uoat down. Go on and fix up the locks
and dams, and 'let the coal, Iron, logs,
lumber, lead, tobacco, people, stock, etc.,
etc., come out of that poor, no-locked,
Pilots Frazier and MiBride who
brought the J. B. M. Kehlor to this city
returned home by rail yesterday morns
Dr. C. W. Bradley is suflcring from an
a't'iek of rhllls.
TheJmi Fisk tor Paducuh, Mury Mil
ler tor Pittsburg, Bello Momphls for
Memphis, and Idlcwild lor Eyansvillo
are duo this evening.
According to tlie Republican the mer
chants of St. Louis say that they "will
not patronize a Pool line boat If thorc is
an outside boat loading."
The receipts of corn at New Orient!?,
on February 2d, 3d and 4th, was 337,035
Tho river fell 9 3-5 Inches here yester
day. Weather cloudy.
ALDEN, GRAVES k CO.
RILL or FARE.
Early Rose Potatoes
No. 78, Ohio Levee.
6 lbs choice Rlojcofl'ee, f I,
10 lbs A sugar, $1.
11 lbs best New Orleans sugar, $1.
And everything clso at rock bottom
prices. Pettis & Bird
Ile-Openluir Th orouithrare,
In order to guard against results ut
terly subversive of health, It Is absolute
ly essential that the grand thorough tare
or avenue of the system, the bowels,
Bhould be re-opened as speedily as pos
sible when they becomo obstructed, tf
they are not, the bile Is misdirected Into
tho blood ; the liver becomes torpid ;
viscid billions matter gets Into the stom
ach, and produces indigestion ; head
aches ensue, and other symptoms are
pioduced, which a prolongation ot the
exciting cause only tends to aggravate,
The aperient properties of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters constitute a most usotul
agent in overcoming constriction ot tho
bowels, and promoting a regular habit
of body. It is Infinitely superior to tho
drastlo cathartics frequently used for tho
purposo, since it docs not, lika tham, act
violently, but produces a natural, pain
less edect, which does not Impair tho
tone of the evacuatory organs, which it
Invigorates Instead of weakening, Tho
stomach and liver, also, Indeed the en
tire system, Is strengthened and regu
Extraordinary Inducements to Purchase
, vgariaiinaa Wook
w to Hie PuMic loni unprecedented Bargain In
SSykSCS and S3Cgj,33LS
The riM,t assortment of Ladles' Cloaka and Furs In the City
Uiumiii tiled Attractloos-Silk HanderchiclH, Collars, Cuffs and Ties in l.r varwtT aad
elegant assortment. aau
A Full and complete Lino ot Genu' Fumbling Ooods-sold at astonishingly low prlt.
Zephyrs, Woola and Fancy articles of ull ahude and colors.
Ladles Shoos actually at font.
Carpets uml nil dollm in endlowi variety, quality and pattern.
We take pleasure In announcing to our patrons and the public grnerally that we
are now bring special inducements to 'those who purcbaw wUtdn the next SO
LnVnffeT a exhibition, and
are being ottered at most extraordinarily low nrima.
PHENIX DRUG STORE
Sf Corner 18th Street & Oom'r'l Ave.
l Have Opened an
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, TATIOITEBT
And Toiloi Articles,
To Which I Call the Attention of the Public.
U3rl will mitko the accurate compounding of physicians prescriptions a pe
cl""y' O. E. O'HARAf
A Uood Chunee.
I will pay a moderate sulury ami give
steady employment to the right party to
sell my coul In Cairo. Bond will be rt:
quired. Correspondence solicited.
Address James A. Viall,
2-8-lw. Harrlsburg, Ills.
'Mm urntltiiile orn Invnlltl.
Laklns, C. II,, 8. C, Sept. 21, 1873
Dear Sir r My wife has been lining
dally your b tters, nnd I am glad to say
she has beeu greatly benefited. She Is
now stronger and In better general health
"than she has been lor years, and 1 feel
certain that her present good health Is
the result of using a few bottles of the
Home Bitters. She joins mo In thanking
you for your kindness. My wifo has im
proved so much that she does not need
the bitters now, but thinks she will send
tor a tew bottles when cold weather sets
In, I commenced this letter at the re
quest of a friend greatly milering from
bronchial allectlon, which has brought on
general weakness, lie asked mo to or
der for him a half dozen bottles. Send
them to ItcV. W. F. Pcnrson, Donalds
Vllle, S.C. Mrs. May, a lady ol our town,
says the bottle 1 gave her did her a great
deal of good, and that she would order
more soon. I am, as ever, your friend,
Kev. J.R. Rile v.
To tho president ot tlie ilotho Bitters
Company, St. Louis, Mo.
When tho telegraph announced the
discovery by Prof. Hall that our neigh
boring planet had two satelites, and the
dispatch was read the next morning ut
teU tnOUhlUIU Aiwnlu-u bMl.iU tlJu,
what think you was the effect upon the
hearers. Some colloquy similar to the
following was suro to occur ; " Mars
has two moons, hey ? Pass me tho milk,
Kitty, Strange, isn't it, that astronomers
never saw them before, Another chop,
please. 1 wonder what they'll discover
next? These com enkes are excellent.
What's the latest from Europe?" We
have becomo so accustomed to sturtling
dlrcovenes and announceiiunt.i, that wu
take them as a matter of course. Even
truth mut appear In flaming col
or to iiiul;-.! herself -seen. The
yirtnes of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medicul
Discovery and Pleasant Purgative Pel
lets have been tested in ten thonsand
households, whose inmates will tell you
that they consider the discovery nnd in
troduction of these remedies ot far greater
importauco to tho world than the moons
Siiir.MA.N, III., Juno l.'J, 1S7C.
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V,:
Dear Sir Lust fall our daughter aged
IS was last sinking with consumption.
Different physicians had pronounced her
case incurable. I obtained one-half dozen
bottles of your Golden Medical Diacovs
ery. She commenced Improving at once,
and is now as hardy as a pme knot.
Rkv, Isaac N. Ai'OCCtink.
Uvertnaklnv the KneruieN.
1 1 is not advisable for any of us to over
task our energies, corporeal or mental,
but In tho eager pursuit ot wealth or
fame or knowledge, how many transgress
this salutary rule, Jt must bo a matter
of great importance to all who do so to
know how they cai regain the vigor so
recklessly expended. Tho remedy is
neither eostly or difficult to obtain. Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters Is procurable In
every city, town and settlement in
America, and It compensates tor a drain
of bodily or mental energy more effec
tually than any Itivigorant ever pre
scribed or advertised. Laboring men,
athletes, students, Journalists, lawyers,
clergymen, physicians, all bear testimoiy
to its womlroiiHiy renovating powers.
It Increases the capabilities for under
milne fatigue and counteracts tho Ins
jurlous effects upon tho system of ex
posure, sedentary habits, unhealthy or
wearying avocations, or an insalubrious
climate, and Is a prime alterative, dls
uretlc and blood depurent, 1-sl u.
NOTICK Of APPLICATION FOtt PAllDOS.
Notleuli hereby Klvi'ii tlul application will ba
mails in line coiirwof tima to Ills Kxcel.encr.
Dbelbv M.CulluM.ituveruur ot thn Uinta if 11(1
uoli, fnrtheianlaof Dulmey .luhnaon (color
ed) , coiivlt'lwl at tlui May term of tlie Alcxnadtr
county circuit court on a clmrK of la rivny and
aentancwl to tkrvuytar lo tho yimitcmUiy,
Cairo, Ilia., Uw. 10, 1H7T.
tttatva nut Province to anawer thia J .
mtut. Ailitraat, UA.NIKL '. BKATTk ,
WanUlnatoa, N, J
j. m nor.n.
Entire Now Stock of
Grand Masauerade Ball !
AtTnrner Hall, February IS, l7S
A BEAUTIFUL TABLEAU,
"The Indiun War Dance," given by the
pupils oi the Gymnastic school, and va
rious other enterlainments.
Priee of Tickets Fifty cents.
Tickets sold by the committee of ar
rangements, and also ut tlie iollowlng
places: A. Jacket's; the City Brewery;
E. Buder's; R. llebsacker's; P.O. Schuh's
ConimiHec o arrangements :
Lot'is C. IIeiuiert,
2 5 td.
Lotkport, Mass., April 2d, 1X47.
Mit, Eimon : Having read in your paper
reports of the remarkable cures of
eaturrh, I am Induced to tell "what 1
know about cui.nih," and I fancy the
snun and Inhaling-tuhe" makers (mero
dollar grabbers) would be glud if they
could emblazun a similar cure In tho
papers. For 2G years I suffered with
catarrh. Tho nasal passugu became
completely closed. Snufl, dust, ashes,
Inhalingtubes nnd stieKs. wouldn't work,
though at intervals I would rulU up the
so-called catarrh snutl, until I became a
valuable- tester lor such medicines. I
gradually grew worse, and no one can
know how much I suffered or what a
niieerablo being I was. My hwad ached
over my eyes so that I was confined to
my bed for many encce.s.ivo days, suffer
ing tho most intense pufu, which at one
time lasted continually for 1(18 hours.
All sense of smell and taste gone, sight
and hearing Impulred, body shrunken
and weakened, nervous system shattered,
and constitution broken, aud I was hawk
ing and spitting seven-eights ot the time.
I prayed tor death to relieve mo of my
suflering. A fuvorablo notico In your
paper of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy in.
duced me to purchase a puckH0,and use it
with Dr. Pierce's nasal douche, which ap
plies the remedy by hydrostatic pressure,
tho only way compatible with common
sense. Well, Mr. Editor, it did not cure
me in three-fourths of a second, nor in
one hour or month, but in less than eight
minutes I was relieved, and in throe
months entirely cured, and have re
mained so for over sixteen months.
While using the Catarrh Remedy, I used
Dr. Pierce's Goldi n Medical Discovery
to pui liy my blood and strengthen my
a toiimeli. X ulrio kept my liver active and
bowels regular by the use of his Pleasant
Purgative Pellets. If my experience
will induce other suflerers to seek the
same means ot relief, tnls letter will
have answered Its purpose.
Yours truly, S. D, Rexick,
2 12 It,
Have You Tried It.
We refer to that most remarkable com
pound, Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and llorehouud, for coughs,
colds, blood spitting, weak lungs, croup,
whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis,
and all diseases of the lungs and throat.
Probably no similar preparation ever be
foro so quickly found Its way Into publlo
favor as tills. Its sale iu our community
Is simply enormous. Those who have
been disappointed In other so-called
remedies, aro 'specially inylted to try
this. Bo suro to get tho genuine ur.
Morris' Syrup of Tar. Wild Cherry and
Horehound. Thero aro Imitations in th
market. Look out for them. Trial
size, 10 cents. Regular sizes, 60 cent
and ono dollar.
SOLD BY BARCLAk BKOS.
Very pleasant and always effeeUvs Is
Pfni. Parker's Nenant Worm Syrupt
and no physic required. Aikui. -M
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