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ilUO BUSINESS HOUSES.
i it I & ti jr bniinetl flr ean bave three line
i f; In thin column under approprlam bttihni
itr,cr.tt ol J.W per nionUioi SUperjaai
aynMv iiisrteriy id tivauo. .
W Hardwnre. Htovea t'ln 'tw.
am, Wleu and lannm In.plenientj, wp
,r..lH, llricrtore, fim-ipe and 'j'
liiiavCTi:ial Avenue. (iutieIng, and Job
IV nrk don. un ahorl nolioe. -.
jer. noorinjr, cellinic, fldlng and turboed
nn,tr, lib .nd shinnies. Ofllo end yard
v.twr I wpntletn atreet end Washington t'mor
j). H AKTMAN-Dflr In Queeneware, Ton,
.ampe aud ell binds ot lnaty uruoin. vuuuuw
avenue, tiirutr '-lb tUoet.
VlIJJAM WINTnV-th street lWI
.'..ininere.lul avenue awl Washington avenue.
t lutiuutf wiitl Jtereliant lalltrliie
.lOllN AMK1M -Merchant Tl)or end 4.lr
I. lit-iuit lliule nothing
Ucitl r.elHi. A.riielee.
HOWLKY-Keal KaUte AgnU
lor iiuu-rtliltuu,us. Couimtri
cud avenue, be-
I w N mlU uuU Ttulb alroele
Cotton uil tobacco tractor end pro
iiirturt r U termere I obucco w ajeboua.
Via A 17 louiimuvrcial ATtuu.
ftAM'Eli YOST- M
t oeneral r'orwtrdiDR and Comrainion
turrrbeai, itw ! ul farm. Cat den, or
chard auil I 'airy rrwluoa. u ciuiu Levi-..
Oiwnl Forwarding and CommUalon
n.vrcfiaiite, aud deaden ta nil kind ol JTruit and
I tudur.. W Ohio Levee. Couaiuunwuie solic
ited, stencila lurolabed oa application
. K.X1. K.C.
knlahb of the nbo order meet
I at llk-lr lu.ll the ant and third "iinday
n weu nioiittw Couinnrrelal evcuue, w uuur
iuuUi r Uth nine .atSpin.
"oLan.G. G. U.
Knl-! of Pythiaa, irwrfaerery en.
day oihl at hail-awl aarren, u Odd'
jMlowi llall. llowa,
AI.KXAKOKR LODGE, NO. tH
lnimauSn Order or fklfl-rel.
lawn, umii efi7 TbamtaT nlgbl
in mrir fail on
o uoiKrutai arruue. Mam tth antf 8eentb
tr r. I). ftaxroKo. V.u.
C.UI((JI)I)(,E. NO.er.A.F. A. M
liotil rrrular euniuiuniiattluna in kla
K "''' lull, ODnwr Cunmirrclal arenor
' v ' ind Eixhlb etrrrt, on tba swond and
,Vurth Mun'Uv of each motitb .
llama A rain.
l. linixtoii itui returned to his old
Jtand lu the RflatT building, where he Is
ytar prepared than evir to Hecoiumo
dnte bia patrons and the pnbllo who
way fufor liira with cnll. He )im fone
to consukruhle exinse In tltlliijr tip a
couplu of iilcvly fiirnlidicd rooms, which
tie Ims pruvidi-d with all the luU-st Im
provements and cuiiVeiiWnceR. lie eta
pin a only tirnt cli. orkim n and ihoite
whu pntrotiize him will have their wants
attended to hi at) lu and will rwive
coiirtvuu treatm tit.
Jn order in guard ujruuiti roulta nt-
terl' auliVt Trtw u( llrullti.il iaabululr
ry vs-eiitiul lUnt the grand tliorouxlilare
or avenue of the ayntt-m, the bowils.
should be reopened N ipredily a po
tible when they become b.-iriicted. If
tliry are not. Hie bile is uiUdirited Into
tlie blood; the liver becomes torpid;
Viscid billion matli-r ict'U into tnu itoni
tch, and products luditlon ; heud
nelies eutuit, and other symptom are
pioductd, which a prolongation ot the
exciting cue only t'nd to ajrravate.
Tlie apt-rient proiertir of Hosteller's
Stomach Bitter constitute a most useful
aenl lu overcuiulni; constriction ot the
bowels, and nroinotinir a regular habit
ol body. It Is Inflidtely tupeiior to the
drastic cathartic frequently un-d lor the
purpo?e, since it doe not, like tbetn, act
violently, but produces a natural, pain
lei eflert, willed does not Impair the
lone of the ev.icuatry organ, which it
invigorate instead of weakening. The
stomach and liver, alo, Indeed the en
tiro ) stein, U strengthened and regu
lated by it.
The iJibnratory ot lit njetem.
The stomach U the laboratory of the
system. In which certain mysterious pre
cede are constantly golnjr on. These
remit In the production nt that wonder
lul v vifylng anent the blood, which In a
State ol health ibes laden with ti:e ele
ments of vitality io the remotest parts ol
the system. But wh'.n the stouiach Is
Bemlparalyred by dyspepsia, blood
manufacture Is carried on lmperiectly.
the circuhtllort (trows thin - and
slujralsh, and -the system sof
ter In consequence. Hon over. Indiges
tion react npou the liver and bowels.
rendering the first tlupitirh and the lut
ter conttipated. The brain aUo fuflert
by synipathy, and sich headaches, sleep
lessness and nervous symptom are ea
(rendered, Hosteller's Stomach Bitters
reforms this statu ol thlnts, (Ives per-
man ut tone and regularity to the siora
ach and Its acrociate orjrans, the bowels
and liver, and ensures complete nourish
(meut and increased vl)ior of tbe system,
I I the most popular as well a the raot
:lkieut untl-dyspeptlo and tonic Io Am
eilci. liar Tan Tried It.
We r?ler to that most remarkable com
pound, Dr. Morria' Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and lion hound, for coughs,
cohN, blood spitting, weak lung, croup,
whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis,
ami nil diseases of tbe lungs and throat,
rrobahly no similar preparation ever be
fore so qutcklv lound its way Into publlu
tavor as this. Its tale in our community
la rlinply enormous. Those who nave
been disappointed In other socalled
remtd'es, are specially Invited to try
this. Bi sure to vet the genuine Dr.
Worr!' Syrup of Tar. Wild Cherry and
ilorehound. There are Imitations in the
jw-.rkct. Look out for them. Tr'al
size, 10 cents, Regular sites, 00 cents
and one dollar,
SOLD BY BARCLAY DUOS.
Very pleasant and always tfiectlteto
ProL. faxksr's pltasaut Worn Hyrop,
tndMBkjtiiiMttiiH lik oi, l-Mia
TTJ QRSD A Y, rebrcary 28, 1878.
A plcae&nt party wu bad at tbe
rctldeDc ot Pbll. Howard laat DlKbt
-M!6i Trankle Kcxrord Is io tbe city
on a abort visit.
Shell oysters Jost reoelTed at tbe
Cryotal talooD. Uaur Waliek.
The Pbanfrarj Coraedy Troupe will
be In our city ilouday next.
Mempbis'expectB over fllty thousand
visitora ou Marat Uru. -
ust received at the
Our school column this week prom
ises to be unusually Interest ing.
The dry council will meet on Tues
day evening next,
We regret to hear that Wm. (J
McGee who has been sick lor some time,
lb still quite 111.
Wo hear lrotn persons jut from
Centralia that that city will ehorily have
a nail mill.
FiTBt-cIaas dsy board at the
P. ante rs Hjuso, $18 per month.
John T. Ilennie has had ti e sign,
Vulcan Iron Woika" painted on hi
foundry bui ding on ihe levee.
Oyster soup lunch at Harr? Walker's
Crystal ea'oon every tveuing at 0
The person, who atolo tlio globe
Iroui the up-town tuitslc stand, can find
lour more ju.-t like tbcui at the comer of
T.'nth ctreet and Washington.
Quite a respectable amount ol slpe
waler can now bi lound lu L cust grove,
oppotite the custom liouae, for w hich' no
man bus reason to bo tbauklul.
The new Mississippi incline w 111 now
S ion be completed. The nofoe nude by
the driving of the piles Can be beard on
this id; ot the rtVerdumg the entire
At the residence ol Mr. Henry Wells,
last night, a gathering ot young people
had a pleasant time. Tlie party waa In
honor ol Mr. Will.' on, ClaUde,who Was
live years old yesterday.
The soda water manufadurrd by
Mr. Andre Luhria highly spoken oi by
all soda drinking people. Mr. L-ilir'a
soda has aliaine J a large Sale, not only
In this city but alio abroad
George O'ilara tias erected a street
lamp ol blue glas lu trout ol liU drug
store on I lie Corner of Eighteenth street
and Commercial avenue. Gturge iel-
dvutly a Jdurphy luau, and not aliaiDJ
to show bis colors.
Why don't seme of our thoughUul
riiy fit hers see to It that the pump on
O.iio LeVee near Fourteenth street la
e thernpHirel or removed. If It can be
p it to no practical use, it should be re
moved and taken cure ot.
The county commijtiouers w 111 meet
on next Monday, March 4th. i'ersoi s
having claims against the counly should
bear iu mind the fact thai no bill will bo
allowed unless ii is accompanied by an
allidavit aliening its correctness.
For need potatocu. choica ap
ples, butter, cgk.s, etc, go to G.
H. Jack-iOQ &Co.'e, N. 64, Ohij
Mr. Andrew Lohr is agent in this
city fur all the best brands ol St. Louis
and Chicmro beer, whelcli he is always
p epared to JurnUb ou the ehortenl
i o Ice and at figure a low, as It can be
had lor In St. LouU or Chicago.
The ladies ol tbe Methodist Episco
pal rburch will to ulght give a sociable
at the residence of the Uev. Mr. Morrison.
Refreshments In abundance will be
served, und a pleasant time, of course,
le bad. verj body should go.
FirBt-clsss day b-ard at the
Planters Mouse, ttl8 per moctb.
The Slemphis papers say a number
ot ladles will wear one thonsaud dollar
dresses at tbe balls In Memphis on Man! I
Gras day. Think of a waltz with a one
thoufand dollar dress I It mu6t be
The fourth lectn-e ot the series given
under the samplers ol the Women' Club
and Library Association will be given by
B. Y. George, on Thursday evenlnp,
February 28ih. at thu residence ol Dr
Wardner, on Walnut Street. Sul ject of
lecture : "The Ear ot King Midas."
2 26 St By Order Committee.
The Baptist, we mean the while
Baptists, are all Jiirt nuw wide awake
and waking an eflor I to fleet an organ!
zuion which wilt be strong enough to
justify them In securing a minister ot
that denomination. The Bulletin be
ing a religious Journal and n temperance
journal, ot course, wi-tv everything In
which plenty ol cold water and religion
Is concerned abuudant success.
-First-claaa dy board at th
Piamera Ujtue, 18 per month.
Mr. Andrew Lohr has now on hand
a large supply ol Sheboygan mineral
water, which he la prepared to sell In
any quantity, either by tbe gallon or
bottle. We have tried this water and
Und It not only beneficial, hut also
pleasant lo the t iste. Nd '''family In the
city shoul J he without it, and we are
satisfied that when, the merit of the
water become more- generally known,
Its superior worth and cheapness com
Dined will make It the most popular ot
anything ever Introduced Into our city.
Mr, Lohr deliver! any quantity of the
water to any pan of the city tree ot
-Capt. J. n. Duolap, of Gray's Iron
Line, Is In theotty looking altclfis m
tereita ot his line.
Among the arrivals at tba Planters
House yesterday were Al. Anderson,
Balcm. Die.; G. W.btone. Clinton. Ky.
Jno. G. Tcrrill. J. G. Bussell, Bevtrand.
Mo. Jdo.G. Uamsey, Clinton. Ky.i Ii-
Hickman and family. Ullio, Ills.; no.
epllllardrTolono.llls ; M. W. Oliver.
J. D. Qulgley, Ky.; E. Parker, tJo'itb
Bend, lud-l Geo. M. banders, Colombia,
Ky-; Alexander Van Dusman. Cape
Girardeau. Mo ; L. W. Lakenmn, Chea
ter, Ills.; Geo. C. Corbet t. M.; C V.
Bndly. Carml, Ills; W. 8. Morgan,
Memphls,Teun.;T. S. Keet.Chat.an mgn.
Tenn.; W. II. Nye, Itoikville, Ind ; U.
W. Heguimourg. Mule Kotk. Ark ; J.
II. Dunlap,8t. Lculs. Mo.. F. Duiigh
:rty, Evansville, Ind ; A. lUyinoud. Cen
tralia. Ills.; U. L. Valentine, Kf. Iau1,
Mo ; D. C. Calkins, b t. Louis, Mo.; Ullie
Andrews, Charleston, Mo.
That Sociable The sociable to be
held by the lad es ot the Methodist
church at the parsonage, comer cl
Eighth and Walnut streets (his evening,
promts to be a grand suceies. No
pains will he spared to make the even
ing a pleasant one, and a general luvha
lion la extei.ded to all to attend,
Correction. In our notice of the
solemn services ltr Pope Puis IX, in
yesterday's Bdllktin. it was stated that
the service would take pUce at St.
Jonph's Cithollo church yesterday
morning. lhU was a niletakf. The
seivices wlil lake place this, 'Jhunday
morning, at 0 o'clock, and a cordial In
vltatiou is ixtenuea to the public to
Mr. Geokge's Lecture. It should
not be forgotten that the fourth lecture to
be given under the auHplcrS of the Wo
men's Club and Library a-sociation, will
be delivered by the Rev. Mr. Oeorgt at
the residence ol Dr. 11. Wardner, ou WaN
nut,l etween Seventh and Eighth streets,
this evening. Mr. George has select d
for Ins auhjnct : "The Ear of King
Midas," and it i sure to be intereeting.
Maiidi Gras Day. The Knights ot
the Mystic Krew ul Cairo Meter vc credit
lor the in iuiier in w hiuh they ImVe con
ducted ihe arrangements for the eel bra
lion or next luei-day, Mardl Uraa day.
We caii aatiire our eiliz ns Ihat Ihe c h
braiiou will eclipso any and every other
etlurtol theKrew, and thai the number
ufvialiors In tbe city on tint day will
be very large. Special trains will be
run ou the Cairo and Viiicenues and
Cairo ami St. L mi road, and ihe Illi
nois Central will bring a lure number
ol people to the cliy. Ail lu ail, the day
will be a tug one lor Cuiro.
In Hock. "Charleston." a noted npgro
gambler nd "piker." wa arrested by
Olttcer Sargent and McCarthy on Tues
day iiljtht on a charge ol obtaining
money under false pretense. Charles
ton was beiore Sijuiit Coming )eiee-
day. and waa lined $23 and cusis, and In
Qeluult ot pa un lit was sent '.o the city
Jul. it w as lu evidence that Ciiurlesi(u
had giteii a mum wouia an old gr. en
bdtk udverttseuieut iu i Xthuuge for two
silver hall dollars, uiikiiir. hr
believe that It was a dollur bil'.
Wu haw always lelkwd tla
obtaining money under false preleni'es
was au clh lite against the slate law,
and punirhable by huprUouiueci, and
not a llnable cfleiise. But it seems we
have been luboilng undtr a wrong im
pression. Ho. tor Mempiih. The steamer Belle
Met his, one of the Anchor Line's best
passenger packets is bo .ked to )eae
this port to-morrow, Sat urday evening
tor Memphis, where she' will arrive
eaily Mouday morning, an1 remain over
Monday and Tuesday. Murdi Gras day.
The fair ha been reduced to one-lull
the usual filr, thus giving lhne who may
with to witness Hie frmid carviual
proceedings there on Tuesday an oppoi
t Jniiy to do so for a very small sum ot
money. The Belle Is an excel lent boit,
and is officered hy as gallant and gentle
manly a set ut fellows as-ever lived Pas
sengers will be provided lor on Ihe boai
during the siiiy al Memphis. The Mardi
Grasat Memphis Ihi year promises to
eclipse all former etlbrts in thai direc
tion, and will be wortu seeing.
A F ALSinooD. The following i taken
from thu Commerce, Mo., Tranxript, ut
Geerge Arjold and Clint Billing ar
rest. I a neyro lor whom a reward oi
$."00 wa otl':reil, or al least they suu
potecl he waa the one, and look nun lo
Cairo and del ivi red liim to l ho cniel ul
police. Every peroou who saw the
negro) Said he was tlie mini except the
eiiuioi ponce, lie claimed lie waa not
the man and turned Imu looac Arnold
then tiflen-d to pay the negro'a fare back
lo Cape Girardeau, where Uiey arreste I
liim. I he lei low left lu get his Valise
and .lid not return In time lor the boat
although he had plenty ol lime. Arnold
thinks it. whs a in up job 10 swindle
bin and Billings out ot their rewaid.
So tar as this It. m relates 10 the so
tion ol the chief of police of this city,
there is not one word of truth in It.
Arnold und Billings did come to this cl y
with the negn, whom they supposed to
be thu murderer ul the man Ziiumermn
at Mounds Junction, some time ago.
but it turned out oil investigation that
lie was not the man, ana hu Wus
turned looso. Arnold slid not efl, rto
pay the negroc's way dsck to Cae
Uirardlaii, nor did be provide lor his
wants wnne ucre, on tlie Contrary ,
Ue turned the negro liaise and lilt
him to shilt fur hi iti'clt, Chief ul Police
Arter paid lor a nilu'a lodging and sui
per for the lu gro, and in , ihe worulng
gave Mm half a dollar to aid hi in 111 gel
ting b ck home. The I ict Is that Arnold
and Billings arretted the neir.i without
warrant, and forced Idiu to leave ftlii
sourl without due process ol law, and
they are now trying tU shield tbenmelve
from tho consequences nt their uulawfut
proceeding. ' We have reason to believe
that ihe nan Atneld Is Uw aataor of the
t r in '
TTxtwiiea will Prof. Lotnmt
Witnga the cbannel of tba Mississippi f
vt ben win tbe Excelsior Social and Lit
erary Society's ltcture be delivered?
Wben will the Retortn Club reform Dll
Lee? When will the bub factory be In
full blast sgalu? When will the murder,
erol Znimerman be found? Wben will
Walker, the seducer, be recaptured?
When will the people quit ssklng us why
wc don't paint our chl mtjey red ? When
will the teinperarce club buy Jacket
out? When will our streets boairaln 111
by gas ? When will the up town K weler
(f. M ) get married? When
will the murderer ol John Carter
be found? When will our dra
maiio society protlncn its popular
te'uperaii"puj? W lieu will oer sewira
receive proH.-raiteuiioi,? When will Dr.
rjiilliva i deliver bis lecture? When will
Ma) or Winter's picnic come oil ? When
will Tom llalhday cease to tell funny
stories, and Otrly'a waving locks ceaw
to flow ? lint what we hav been t ry log
to gv t al all this lime, ami been too timid
to ask U, when will Brother Divl takn
ihe red ribbon? Of all the quesllons
the latter 1, pvrhaps, the most doubtlut,
but one thing la certain, and that I
that the chespesl and bcrt itrncerles and
vegetables lu 1011 are sold hy E. W.
Thieit eke, s ceml door from Waahing-
oiiaveuujon Eighth street,
Dry salt meats, bcon sides, shoulders
ami hams, tierce, liarrel and bucket lard
all In good stock and for sale low al
Nob. 70 and 71 Ohio h-vee.
One two-horse wagon in good con
dition, and one span horses and harness,
The horse are Found, and In good con
dition, and the harness almost new. For
terms apply at Henry Froluue's, comer ol
Fourteenth st. and Washington avenue.
Having rented to the K. M. K. C. I
great many Costumes for their grand Car
Inavel and Masque Ball on the- 6ih ot
Merch, I have concluded to come lo your
cl y on the li ot Mrch and stay till the
oih. I will bring the largest slock ol
Cottuuiestver seen ! your city, and will
rent them at price thai will suit tlie
times. Any pemuu wl.-liing Costumes b
fore that lime cau communicate to me or
my agent. E. Pukckll.
No. 1U0 South 4th St., St. Louis, Mo.
Or I'bil. 11. Salt, Cairo. Ills. 1 W
A Cainitalgn Htandrr.
When Dr. R. V. Pierce was a candidate
toi state senator, his political opponent
published a pretendtd ana ysis ot M
popular medicines, hoping thereby to
pr jtidice lie. people i gainst him. Ills
election by an tier helming insjortlv
severey rehuk.t j,jg imdueers, who
Sou lit to impeach his bu-iuesa (titt yrity .
No tiui ice would have bi eutiikeo o: these
campaign lies Were it hot liitt susuc vl
his enemies (tml every successful busi
1 ess mail hut his lull quota nt envious
livali) are publishing these bogus an
ijees. Numerous and most aheurd
loruiulas hve been publisheil, purport,-
ng to Coine from hiuh iuihorlij ; anil It
9 a sign tk'uiit fuel thai uolwohuVe tm
at ail alike conclusively proybg ihe
diehutietiy oi their authors.
1'he lollowing is lrom thu Buffalo
Cs.mtnerc'uxl, ol Oct. 2JJ, 1877 :
' Hardly a dozen years ago he (Dr.
Pie 10 ) came here, a joung and unknown
man. almost Irlii.dlesB, with nocapilal
except his own inanhool, which, Iioa
ever. Included plenty ol br.iiiisand pluck,
indomitable n rsevi rnie and iiiboiu up
rglnness. Capitalenuughlurauy ytung
man iu ihls progressive country, il only
e has vond health and liBbits as well.
lie liud all lliese great natural ad vanlagis
and one thing more, au excellent etluci
tiun. He had studied medicnie and been
ejgularly licei sed to practice as a physi
cian, but lie was still a student, mud ol
nve'tigailiiu and experiment, llu dis
covert d, or invt ntt d, iiuporfant remedial
agem it s or coinpomitls. Not vhooslng
to wait wearily lor Ihe tick and suffering
to Und out (without anybody lo tell
Hit in) I hat he c uld do 1 lit iu good, lie
advert ind hit (fit ilicines and Invind the
whole prnli ssion, ol 1 eiy rtheol, to ex
amine ai.d pronouncejudgiueni upon his
rumlas. He adurtlMil liberally, pro-
Itisely, but with ixiraordinary rhrewd-
uers, nd v tin a mm od which t Hi ilsell
a hssoli to all who setk business by that
perfectly I giiima e means, 11 is success
has been SMiieililne inaiveloiis so gnat
indeed thai 11 must be due to intrinsic
merit In the articles he Sells more t V n
1 liun to his uiiparalli d skill In the use ol
printer's Ink. The present writer
once asked a disiinguiehed dispensing
druggist to explain the secret ol
ihe almost universal demand lor Dr.
Pierce's tuetilclues. He said they were
In fact genuine medicine, such com
pounds as every good physician would
prescribe for the disease which they were
advertised to cure, Of course ihey cost
less than any druggist would charite for
ihe same article su piled on a physician's
prescription, antl besides there was the
dociei'a lee saved. Moreover, buying
ill drugs In such enormous q aHHIi.
having leriect apparatus for purifying
and compounding the mixture, lie could
not only get letter articles In the first
place, but present Ihe medlciim iu bolter
form and cheaper than the same mixture
could possibly be obtained troin any
other source. . " '.' '"
It may be thought Ihat ail this having
reference 10 Dr. Pierce's private busi
ness has no point whatever when con
sidered In count etion wlih the proper
qualification ol a candidate lor the sen
ate. Verhap. But It la the fashion
now. ami will be lor a fortnight more,
with sundry Journals lo make sneering
allusions lo this veiy matter. After ih it
brWf psjrlod, they will be quite ready, tp
go on doing hla work at Utere,' aiid aa
alwars before, to speak ol blui lit great1
SIGNAL SERVICE BErOBT.
Us or Tall
Louisvl lie ...K....
Kr antTlUe. .
St Faul ..--.
janes m. watsn.
Bertcaat blaaal Bervtce. U
A hide propel er named Jim -a Cadwell
csp-fsed si Plitsburg and her crew nar
rowly escaped drowning. .
Munie Joel Bates Is dangerously ill tt
Thd coal ihlpro"nts upon tbe present
water lrom Pittsburg, imuunts to 3,tM,0OO
Capuin Owen Divl ws In tie city yti
Captain Adam's ptasengeratesrntr Alice,
from I'ltUt ug, pissed Untinnatl jstteriat
lor tit. LouU. tbe brought altrga Mardi
UrasiXouralm party tor Memphis luclu
ding tbe Ouy nolle Comet bt d. Aide
sUam rtoinlDi( dowu lb river bave big
M.irdi Gru trip.
l"uo Audy U ura bit been rrfittfd and
furul-bed ilb new earpet for berMtrdl
Grasexcursioi to Mempbl and Uit C'lu
clntatl jeeterday with a Hue trip.
Negotia'ijns are progressing to ssnd the
dradgi boat Munl galiebi, lo Nitw Uileat
to recov. r tue coal list uu Willow grove
lint'lug on Thursday last.
The beacon lijbt ateamar Alice pasted
tomb nWut biior last, baviug uiaue tbe
Mlowing change a bote here. New Ihjlt
ou saud bar opposite Arsend Ilao
Liaht Id Cabokia beu.i dlicoutio led
Light at B' racks miuad above the Ordl
auce warelouse. New 11 at en Scu ider
Towhesd. Soe will run through to New
Or.caiis and make cbuDge In lights below
bere on ber way up.
Tbe City of Alton left Njw Orlean en
Frl. af al 5; 0 p tu., arrived at Meuiphla al
0 p oi. thiee daj ibree b urs in titty ni.f
uiesout, and made twcuiy-seveo lundiig.
she air.ved at Cairo at 8:45 beiug four day
three hour and tblry minuka out noui
port to port.
lb Port Eidirsturoed to New Oi leans
th' aiorlng iu uke forward the bargi ol
tUe Juo Uilmor wblcb i- lytogMitb a
b.okeo sUatt at ilie'10,1 ol tfurden Chute.
0p ala J. II, Uuiilap of tbe tirey a Iron
1 n-, lelt lor Nd w UtTeau by rail yesterday
e 1 budue aud pleasu trip, lie will le
tin re lu lime f.r Mardi Ura.
lb I ou Mouutaln bat tbree target'
Iron Duke. Iron C au and Iron Mouuiain,
nnntalvii UOj ton. Iron Muuubia ore lor
:apum Dan'apiaj it I a mistake t tat
Urej'a Iron Doe Uas given up ibe in 1 1
lion entirely ti om j daj entering tbe bulk
fcrn trade, la Uc", tbey have not
cbanjtdtbelr purpo-e at all. it waiuot
tbeir iDleatlou to enter tbut trade at pres-
ul, and tbe barge we'e changed to tu k
carrleta la view ot wba. will hppu in the
Don't lorget the free oj s'er soup nt
Do'clockihis eveningat Harry Walker's,
curlier Six til afreet ami (-w.iutrcllll ave-
Mis. Lettle Coleman baa reoptned ber
laundiyon Fourth street, between wash
in ;ton aad Cummer elal avrnuta, and takes
ibis method ul infoimiHg ber oi l Irietds
andpa'ron thatsba Uairain tt their ser
vice, and solicits lb dr patronage. 6beh
reduced price to suit tbe lime-.
Mrs. 8. Williamton wishes 10 announce
to all thoim who coniemplatu attending
ihe Mtrdl Gras par ule and ball, that
she will have f,r rent on that day a choice
sel.cth.n ol masques of every dcscripiion
anil character. These masques will !
rented on the mo-t liberal term. They
will be ready tor exhibition on Saturday,
the 2d ol .March. 2 24 1w
MASKS ! MASKS !
I have the largest stock ol ina-ks in
the city, ami am selling at bottom prices.
Masks lrom 5 cents In $3 00.
Puit. II. SArp.
Candy Factory. Eighth street aud Wash-
ing ton avenue. 2S01w
Just received at the New York Store.
200 barrels choice early rose seed pota
toes. We have received them fn in
hlcago, and guarantee them to be
straight goods. Partle wishing to raise
good potatoes should cliauue seeil.
Also a lull line ut garden and field
Seeds, plows and plow harness, elo.
2 20 lOt C. O. Patikh & Co.
BILL OF FARE.
Tliiioi hy Seed,
. ... Suck,
ALDEN, GRAVES & CO.
2-U No. 78, Ohio Levee.
I.ar. r llmaa a.ifl
Oh receipt of $1 60 I will send to any
address au Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 500 limes ai y
small ol j ct. A very u-elui aud instruc
tive Instrument, brats mounted and put
up iu a ueat case, warranted al recom
mended or the money refunded,' .
Ill uiagnlly Ing power la so great Ihat
living objects cau be readily discovered
in a drop ol wafer, aud foreXanilnliis
small objects, all manner ol lna.cn. the
texture vl cloths, 4c., tletecthig fttreigu
mailer In tiur.r. dour aud wher articles
ot diet, lor delectiiig couiiterfieU money,
aud a hundrm! other useiui purposes, it
will be found Invaluable... . 1
Alt endless source of amnsement rnr
tlie milnguitt eveultigs. heat tr
.. t Cl fata rise L. V. ,f 3
Extraordinary Inducements to Purchasers
XJixtxl ctxtor a-MS
Willi "S:t to llw Public some
FABXXOB and &XZTBLl3
The Finest as" rtment of Ladl a' Cloak aDu Fun In the City.
Unequalled Ai tractions Silk UaugercLieh, Collais, Cud. sod Ties in larct tsilaty tad
A Full a d Comp ete Ltne ot Qent-' Furnishing O ved old at sstoolahlnglj low prices.
Zephyrs, Wools and Fancy articles ol all shades and CjIoi.
Ladle Stior actually at Cost.
Carpet and Oil Cloth la endless variety,
We take pleasure In announcing in our
are now affixing sseciai iiiduoeiiieiu to
lay. A tliou-anil iiewan-l attractive articles 01 venu are now 011 exhibition, gnj
are belli,; uttered at moet extraordinarily low prices.
For Butte-, F.g
No. Ul Qulo lavee.
Applet, etc., ca:l at
Children cry lor PlUher's Catoria
1 1 is as pleasant to take as honey. It
contains no morphine cr other deleter
iuvs Ingredient, and is sum to expel
worms, core wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stouiach, a, id overcome Irri
tation caused by rash or cutting leeih.
Mothers can rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Casturia. U Is bunn
ies, it la certainly speedy, and it Is
-heap. II 11 Uw
KOT14 E l i o.vrim TOR
City clkhx's Okpicb.
Caiko. Ill , Feb. 14, b78.
Sealed proposal will be received nt
litis uthVe urn 11 (I o'clock p. 111..0I Ttua-
day, March Si It. 1S7S, lor the repairing ot
hrick alilewalk 011 ihe souiherly sMo nt
E jilii (Sih) ureet. between Commercial,
unit Wiihhliitoll uveiiuea.
Bills lo include lining and raising snid
sidewalk 10 grade and ihe turuialiMig of
mniini and tuilatile brltk lor sidewalk
purMisestiiat mny be required lu replac
ing those worn out.
, 1 he work to no done under supervis
or ot the coiniuiltee on streets mid in
accon-ance wiih plans and Pjiet ticttlons
ol said cimiuiitit-e.
The right to reject any n all bid Is
reserved. J. B. Piullh. City Clerk.
CHOICE TAFFY 1
Cheapsr than the Cheapest
Fortiii-hed to retail dealers by Mr. W.
W. Woolen, on Walnut street, between
Twenty-first and Twenty-second streets.
Mrs. Woolen iiianuhicnirers this candy
hers If, and all win have tried It pro
iiouuee it of superior quality. Try it.
Notice Is hereby given that the lax
bonks hr the taxes ot lite year W7,
having been turu-tl over to hie, 1 am
now ready to reo Ive tuxes, and urge
upon all ihe necessity lr prompt pay
meiil as the lime Is short.
Peter Saip, Collector.
Cuiro, Fe. 20. Wi. if.
Fanillinr In fcverjr llnualhnld.
Dr. 11 V. Pierce tba jjr afm. nlrln
oil." of Hug lo. is iu luln for tne 1 Ulc
ol senaor iroia that city. He tjenn 10 be
tbe not popuiAr mm in tbe trick, an 1
well my be Le, f jr his natni is laoilllar in
every hnu-ebuld In tbe Und, and people
will vote for Imu r-gaiUcs of his politics.
Co r-c, as 1 ti Sttet alwsys Is. Tlie
doctir wa 1 lected by about 3,0iWuisjjrlty.
New Goods. Mr. S. Wiil'mmsnn will
ciiuiiiieiice to rect Ivu her spring stock ol
tuilliiitiy foods oil ihe lii ft of March,
and daily thereafbr until her stock . I
complete. Sirs. Willi:tiU"uii has also
purchased a lull stock ul notions ami
jewelry ot ail kiudi, which she will be
nlie lo sell to In r patrons at greatly re
duced pi ices. She hits bought lor c.sll.
and defies competition In Iter line of husi
iiess, and invites au Inspection ol her
The nerry Dnjtm ol SSItl.
In reading of Ihe middle ages one la
struck hy the accounts given ot feats ol
strength, etc., rf the hie actors ul those
times. The suits ol uimor worn, would
certainly Indicate the possession ol great
er pliyslcial strength than Is developed
by men m these latter days.' What
wrought the change? Men lived In the
merry days a more oi.t-.di tor lite ihau this
advanced ' ivlliz itiou ol ours can afford.
There is a greater consumption ol brain
mailer, anil that Increased demaml uu
mental and physical power necessitates
ttieiiseof a puro vegetable, stimulant
oiiio, such as thu tluuie Stouiach li.t
ier 4 Im
(?3PP f n report wo will mukt
rriLt 1 an I lurwar l in. a l.ai ol tlie
iiaiuea vl itlubl 1 . ton ul Ideir aojaaintuucf
who wi,b ! ru ur.au to.triiiuai.l. ilcr 1',-
uuururaan I ariii ur iuy u, at rienavur In
a. II . m oue, aad lor err pianu I auce d in
te lin t- in- lr liet wilbi our )a.r, 1 w.llc.eit l
ihrin w ula Sli, aui' lor tar i.rgua , lu Isa ap
ulied ou un maul ol cub ran aiw or orau :
u'i rhu iiaiu.iti t.lu. .11111 aultt.uenl lit uiy
lor any lua rum -Ml, selrfilnl al OieLOMtSI
WHuLkAL I'lttCK. I will liunuillaicly aliii
lh inairarurul f,w. or alter a V amount la
erwil . i tb bnaiic m ijr b. paid n iu cash ai.il
l win men ntp tneui tits iiitirumrtti, ii.ry
nml itul be known in tho mailir. and Will tit
do n g their incail. a real awrvie. aa I shall
mate M-r.ii.i. tirts.lt9U III m. aelllii-
.-t'I'r ItlOB INSIUU.US..ST tt rum ' g
UXl.f lu IWU-TIIIKDS what 'a un fauilr
Mltil by ai;eiia. I'iraw tend ice a litl il j. H
aud alter you hut. mad. Ujui:ut, you cu td.l
PA XI EL F. BRA TTT. Wathington. .V
E. N. Freshman & Bi o's
ADVEU TISIXG AGENTS, '
ISO W. Fourth St.,
Artu'b rMloi f irt tr tl eaien a eribit
p )wr ttuiiiHtta t raitat. free upon appdeauwa
tSaad two a aujBttor our dvar will .tMuu,
Can Be Beautiful
ly Eyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C O. D.'-.;Vi v
XX1 XXX ASH w xs..
aapracadcataj llarfalat la
quality and psttern.
patron und iln public grncrally that we
tlnvewlio purclm wiihin ihe next 30
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Xatoral Dank DuilJlog, tip.ttair.
Tha 01dm Fitabllahed Agency n Soathm
11 Inula, und represeuii g over
tas 000 000
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OP
WINES, LIQUORS, AM CIGARS
Cons antly on hand. Alio ha constantly
011 hand a
Large Supply of
ORiKGBS, APPLES, ETC,
At Wholesale and R. tall
At the Old Dtlmonico JJolel,
5-im Xo. CS Ohio IaCveo
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Who'et1 and Ketall Deuleti in
Foreign and Domestic
WIM.S OF ALL KINDS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
StlS. MYTH t (o.. hivs cfntntly a
Tdt miK'K ul ln 1 tal no ,ilr In De " ur
kit, and hIm-i-i,! utttuiiua to tbe wkule-
ale tu ai.cn of Ue buaiutta.
1 -ninial Pat asaflve. MUh I'rKw Ul.snaulaHli t uiti ibU.I
jriereit Cnt.ii.vU wills." tt r,rv9, Tn !) I
l M-msi ftsjrfLttni tt.. t n BretkleiaWr. P Vwi.
r l,AIIV. rvnn.rioct eawWSWI
wttused i. c!l Hiai'ie Uttsd ltdli
m NrtpaMdl u. F.tp'lili4
A.i.Iisa j. A. BAT U,
ti fcUtue St.. Cittetuaaasi db
J. D. D3ANE, Prop'r
Z.xts of the St Cbrla
RATES: S2.00 PER DAT
33 I3 3X SO 2ST ' S
I A inn Mrr. brallnr,
on ilia oid nary i,un.u I 'r i gijim (idtla
lUa.tr. l til tiif, r f sal la oat.
T it manuf clur art i d ika l.l.btal andonl;
tw.iriuiv-n In lumu- I'm.tn. at ,na CiBicm
We w mint tknana'a ' a) e ns H iiim tu bs tu-
p., tor u au tiBtt I'orwUt t iaaiert auu au uai-
ID utt. -
Ask Those Who
A-k any pyt'an If nentns'a peine romn
r a'tr h-,i uw o -1 p etier la mo rid. I
I rmaSabu-a I clt w v e iril i ot. tnciw th.
I ""' jii a wy Ivund lo r midianl'
1 0X1 1 Uaut of lw au,n lubiiuiua n.le'.
For T.me an! WaV Ttaek. Tttwnmal taa, Trsw-
ble-or h. -pi .ana Mitiura It laa nay
d.riiil iiinitiv. i'b.iciaa tTtrval.i. -'
l.izcl tar at tianki an'lir Tuna- fuw
tvr ana to all Miom-ilt II rl tr. t In al
aoe an . t u ea quikrr ikaa auy ka.es piaatar,
Tri-TardiBrt'n aad arnrlh'att rmiBiiatlnwf
r llcnaon'a ai da. l',aU-r In tba mi rk . Ta
g.iiuin. bt iki id Capsine en ffOM, B tWaaV
pla-ttr SuUky tUuyawla. Mieta. y
JVm tui( ,lua.4 Br .- -
E a, a. tM tr a. a f T
WfaVTaaaaat ala.al tu4
rt-V tt.daa f.ei t '.JW.f. '
saaaal tO -" " '