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ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES
ri, j ilium nnwpwB wmiiwi
V '. in tin i uinn uaitar approprlata headioa'
urn- i i r in -.a.ifw pvr WI
Itnrtlwwm, Mtavra nail Tla Ware
ie, Oai'lan and tarm-re' Implaioania, Wtra
rit, IWriimwtora, fampa and Laddara.
Monumental Aveaus. Uuttarlai, d Job
'Vork dun on inon aollot
J. S.MrO AIHCT-ltealerla hard and toft lent
vi, tlnorlnir, eailtna:, aldlnc tad aurfaoad
luiiilxr, lulli uil ahtnalea OtSoe and yard
'. I wnitlMh etrmt and Waahlnetcn a'Mtic
Ii. HAKTMAN taler tt Quaaaawara. Teye,
U .!!(. ai,d all kioda of taney atlicl-a, Cunuuer-
i ul avenue, corner "in mreei.
WILLIAM WIXTKB-Slitb atreet Utweea
"ii.iiii-ri'lal avenue and Wafltuaftoa ae.nuc.
I lolluue, i4 nrlwtu tailoring
JOHN AM KIM -Merchant Tailor andc':lcf
ID Iiih.I' Mal U'lUilna;. 71 llblo LeTwe.
KttHl .tai Acourlta,
M. J. HOWUCY-Keal KlUU Agent. Bnya
ml aella real eaia', collect renu. pare la
for iiuu-tuiiiltjiiu vtc. Commercial nreaua, e-
iweti N 1Mb iuiiI Ununtrueui.
t ninmliMltia aftrrhaala.
: !N WU: k 1 HlHTI.kWOOM
Cotton unci Tobacco Factors and pro
iidort of tbe tannere' I obacco w arefcoaao.
v6 & Ci Couuiiluerciid Aveuue
j Orovral r'orwardine; and Comroiuioo
m-rrliaul, lor llw aale of r'arru, liaidca. Ur
hard ami I 'airy IToOuce, wuaio WW
P A. WIIKEI.OCK tO.-
U Uvoerl rorwenliui and Commlwloo
uin hanta, auu uralere in ail nlnda l f mil ana
l ruduc. w ohio 1-cvi. Ci.tmutnmenu aolio-
ili. -icnril turi.uhfil on application
1 - -
OtCKi T aOOlKTIJKb
Tho knlphU of the aho order meal
mi iti.ir hull the Dm and third iondai
) eatu uiuniu. Coimiivruial avenue, td doot
ouin uf lilii mik .all pa.
' "uist.O. o. u.
. Knlrhi ol Pvthtaa. nwUeverv ri.
day nUht at half-fa awsa, in Chid
rtlii' Hall uowa.
j.'m. Al.f.XANDKR I.ODOB, KO. 4
Ifc.iaS'i li"li-"1fnt Onler nf Odd-fl
'itSKf? lowi nnu crvry Thoradar Blb
at half-paot nn, In bir hall oa
o n ii rrinl avt-nur, Mwiw Mxth intf HenU
r r. f. Rmo !. O.
CAIliO I.OIR.K. NO. OT. A.F. 11 H
llnl'i nirular oummunlcatioiia In Ua
amm Hull, comir Coinnicrcial armui
ami Kminh atrwt, on tha aacond and
n rh month.
Kou Hknt. Tline comlnrtuble rooma
I i a lioti-f . in J 1 1 i r i J Mrrft tlwifti
Wilili.);iuu aijj Couniif rctl HVei.ut-f
lMjula-ol Wu. McIIalk.
rnrnllur t Pablle al-.
On H'u 1 Jtli iIh)- ol March. 1873. br
feiiiitl:r at 10 o'cWk k.iu., ainl i-iiiiiu
UillK Irnin (In)' ll liny, the llllllrf
will m II at MiidliHi to the hltl'f't bl.lili r.
for ch1i. at t hi; turniliire lacorj of W
l ll.im klirlihutl. iouiiii-aHt corner ol ik-vt-ii
ten tit U t-irii t ami Waliiiivion avi niif , In
Cairn, lllliioU, a lartru lot of (iirniiart ol
V.irluus kliiiU Hiul Jrcrlp lonn, concint
Injf il p.irlor tvir, hfilriMim ecta, bureau',
beniUlcail.', w Mi-lirtrtriifi, Mardrobet.
tiilili', IxHiiii'HM. deck', vlmt-nol.
I'Mille. liMkltijj fln'e, hahy carrluirer.
hut rack. uiatlreiieii, kiicken tale.
lari'u m-onimiil of chulra, ilreMnjf
cn. eia Pktkr 6ip, Sheriff.
hlibnr(an trr. Al", llr, Cidrr,
atiurml and Muitu Hal r.
Mr. Andrew l.ulir hm conotHiitly on
I a ni in-pli iooi IpU nl the fitmoui .She
loyyaii va.r, and lie U now ready to
till unlt-rg lor any quantity, either bot
tle I. in key;, r by H e Jnr. This water
t Jcelohia ed fur lu eltlcacy In cnrlnir
(itJes, cidiBt Ration, dyaoeuMa, headacbe,
and (lla- of I he itomsch and liver.
It I.- pVii, nt to the t-iBtc, au i fure to do
(rowl to tlioe who take If. Mr. Lotir ii
hito prepared to apply families v iiJi
ale, beer, or cider, put up in boulei or by
the qiiHiitity, m tuny b desired. Also
ii da and iniiierid watera In bottles.
Gnoda delivered lu any part of the city
ttltiiout txtra charge. 3-3-lm,
AnOp a Letlir. II 'peaka for Hattf.
HocKPoitT, Mkk!., April 2d, 77.
Mn hi'iTi k: Having rend In your pa
pi rrt pornol the rimarkaWe cure ot
tatarrh, 1 um IndJced to tell "what I
know about catarih." and 1 fanoy the
"Hiiutl"' ami inhaling tutni" makers
(mi re dollar frrabber) would be jflad if
they could t inbli ioii a sitnUar cure in
the paper'. For 20 year I uuflered with
catarih. 'I'he lineal patMgea became
coinplitely cloMsd. 'Snua.' 'duat,"
"asiii .'' "iiihallii tube," and "tlck,"
wouldn't woik, ttiMiyn at ItilervaJn 1
would aiilll up the ?o-calltd catarrh muff,
until 1 became a valuable tester lor Inch
uietilcines. I gradually itrew worM. and
no one can know how much I sufleiexl
or w hat a inisi r ible beinjc I was. My
head ached over my ejei to that I was
coi ll ed to in) bed tor many ucce8iv
day , uQVrinjr the mot liitenim pain,
whiuli at one time liicted coniinu..Uxly
lr Ids In urn. All finte of suieli and
taMe ifoue, t-iylit and lieatluif linpalrttl,
bony hriiiiken and weakened, nervous
rymi in hhatterfd atiil constitution broken,
ami I WMSlmuklut; and pittinf even
eijthtlnol tiiHtlme. 1 prayed lor death
to relievo tueol my mtt. rinjr. A lavora
lile notion in your paper of Dr. cagi'
Catarrh Uenndy Itiiluotwl me to purchase
n pHckinreaiid ueeit wlih Dr 1'li rce'a
Nmal Douche, which applies the remedy
bv liydroatiiilc preioiure, iho only way
cuiiipatilile with coiiiiiioii sum. Well,
Mr, Edin r, It did mt cure nie In three,
frurths ol acei-ond. mr (none houri
tn uith. Init in li-a thaneitlit minutes I
whh relh wil. and In three inontlig entire
ly cured, and have n-iiiHlned so lor over
sixteen tumult". While u-h jrthe Ca'anh
ll-niedy, I iii-mI Dr. I'iiici' Uolden
MhIIchI Di'covi iy in pt.illy my hlood
and Mn nv.ht n luj t inai h. 1 also kept
my liver aetlve Hiid bowels reyular by
the twe n Ids I'lenMtiit FurifHilve I'ellets.
It my expeileiico will Induov other
siiir rer to deik the samu means ol re
lief, this letter will liave answeied Its
purpose. Vours truly,
S. t. lUuucfc
WEDNESDAY, March 6, t878.
-This Is tat first day of lent
Centralla wu largely rtprencoUd
Tenth street and Ohio leveo U araln
open tor pedestrians.
Many ot our business houses were
clow! yesterdsy la honor to Kipj;
A car of emigrants passed through
the city lor Olive Spring, iilss., yester
For the entire romlng week boys
with false faces will be seen on oar
Shell oysters lust received at the
Crystal saloon, IIaubt Walkm.
The city council not last nlcht. The
official proceedings will be published to.
-Dr. J. C. 8ulllvsn U erectina- a
building on Comuienal avenue, between
igntetiitu and Miieteeuth stmetH,
tilth, when fiulohid, be proDoses to um
fjr his crBce,
-The county Jail contains hut ir
pfiwiiers. Ilanjbotly believes there Is
any "fat packing" In this for the .tier,
that persou Is mistaken.
The county commissioners wera In
sefslon yeaterday. aud di.uowd oi cri.
derable builness. That "erary bill" la
sun a lusiter or no little anxiety to
tin m, however.
-Mr. WlllU Jlathews
his uew houceou the con.erot Twentieth
andl'oplar streets, which he liaa iu
repairing lor some lime. Air. ilaihews
ias greatly Unproved tho
-Shell oysters just received it th
Crystal saloon. lliaar vVALran.
We yesterday la;ld to mention n a
Oobt Etutuet parly given olht befor.
l oy a number ot young ladies at the
Delta fly engine hou. The pirty was
largely aiiendel, and Wa duancialiv. y.
well as lu every uthtr repct, a greit
D.'t lorget the fre oyster fouo at
Uo'wock ibis treiungat Harry Walker'..
corner Sixth street aud Coiuiiierdal avc
utie. , ii,,
Since old man Urown h been
killed, atioi her clmkeii thiel. lully
accompluhed as he, h is nud Ina ai .
pearanoe. and to his cre lit be it i-a d, ha
pro, en hiutaeil a man ol rure thun
usual IntluHtry and ab llty In bla ii-oii a-
siou. M tiiy of our dnw n town clt zu
have learned this to their sorrow.
Oyster soup lunch at llarrv W alker'.
Crystal saloon every tveiilng at K
0. T. WhilliKk, paaaenser airent for
the Cairo and Si. Loin, railroad, Uecei ves
ored:l lor the way In which he "worked
up" Maidi Oras on hit road. He took a
' run uo the line" and by a "heap big
talk" Itiduced about lour hundred iier
sos to visit Cairo yesterday. This vvaa
tug thing for the roal. aud at the same
time proves that Tom knows his
At a late hour I ait night a man a
stranger in the city, while walking alonir
on Commercial aveuuo (tear Scott's place,
was knocked down and robbed oi a watch
and rbaln and a considerable sum of
money. The thieves were not captured.
There are now In the city about ball a
dufro raen whom the police will do
well to watob. and it the truth could be
ac;rta!iied wo believo at least sorao of
them would be in bock (r thU last out
rage. These lellowa are "old timers" la
When the Democratic county con
ventlon luecta tor the purpose of select
Ing delegates to tho state and district
conventions, It will surely li.tercst the
delegates, whoever they may be, to cast
the vote ol this county lor clerk of the
appellate court for John Q. iiarraan.
air. iiarraau's ability as a clerk la not
questioned, and his Democracy cannot
"e. Besides all this, however. EirvDt
has a Jujt olaim' upon.lbla pasitlon, at
I'he third annual celebration nl thn
Womana Club and Library Asu6clatloa:
took place at the library room last night.
The exercises which consisted nl Mrs.
II. II. Candee's address, a select readlnir
by Mrs. Chan, Thrupp, a recitation by
Mrs. win. Winter, and an original poem
by Mrs. B. Y. George, weie all ell dt.
hvered and highly Interesting Many
triends ol the association were present
who pronounced the rnuetlnz blinil v en.
tertaliiiug and Instructive.
Clilldrencry lor ritiher'a Cwtorla
It Is as pleasant to take as honev. It
contains no morphine or other deleter
lovs Ingredient, and Ja sure to expel
worms, our wind colic, reuulate the
bowels and stomach, a.xl overcome irrl-
Utlon vauaed by rash or cutting i.rih.
uouiera can real, aud chlldreu eniev
health, who une CaMoria It Is harm-
UiHa, It la orrtaiiily peedy, and it U
Tbeap. 1 (iw
Inere wilt bo a ailat m cling if
Cairo Kucampiiienf, N i. 114. to nlglii,
lor wotk In the II a amlMiond iliKiie-,
I.i'l all tutiiibt rs be irompty on hand ai
':30. A. CoMixoa, acilbe.
A Masonic O Id Fellow and Knight ol
rythlis waicli charm Oimihlnetl. The
Under will be suitably' rewarded by re
turning same to 0. F. Blikb.
King Comm d ITU Host With
in the city.
A Bit Craw aae MJels rreeaeiafV
A4airHMl y If ajar Wlster aa4 lis
KlaaTa UJgh ikaB.brUUa.
Madrl Gru bal come and gone, yet the
recollection of the events of yesterday,
the third annual celebration ol the day In
this clty,will long be remembered by the
citizens of Cairo and the thousands ol
visitor who came to the city to wltnest
the gran. I pigeaot,
TBI DAT';:: '
was all that the most enthusiastic knlgbt
could have wished tor. Jlrlght, iun
shinny, warm and pleasant. The streets,
too, were In much better condit'on.taklng
the recent heavy ralu and the bad weather
generally into consideration, than wsa
expested. For once everything seemed
to combine to render the "conditions'
lor the parade and display the most favor
able, and the hearts ot the members of
the Krew, who had. worked so long and
faithfully to make the occasion one
worthy of them and tle city, were made
According with arrangements previ
ously made, special trains were run on
the Cairo and Si. Louis, and the Cairo
and Vincennea railroads, while bun
reds came to the city by the Illinois
Central and the Cairo, Arkansas and
Texan roads, The Cairo and St. Louis
road brought Hot lets than four hundred
and i lie Cairo and Vince fines roid perhaps
live hundred. Resides these there was
probably several hundred came to the
city from K-ntucky by the Three States
aud the steamer i'i-ks All told the
Kl'MBKB Or VIHITOKS
who came to take part in the festivities
was not short of two thousand.
PURIKO THI FORENOON
there was little or no excitement, and
our vUinng Irleuds spent their time in
proiiilnanlng the streets and In seeing the
sights; but between one and two o'clock
rx-ran to make theit appearance on the
tret a, and then an Iniiueiie crowd
Cnllilliel'Ci d to gather ill till) V'Clllity ot
the lenlli rtreet inuMc stand, where
were to he made. With tvery moment
ealRw large Lumbers ot falitaStlcall
ilri-iwd mm aud boys ; and wukoii-,
ilrai, carriajfii, hr. men, etc., all
only eqiiiped lT the oceuoioii. began to
arrive in lar'e iiuuitxr. li d In h as than
an hour the street M ag delist ly packed
and the woik of lurmini; iu line lor
Ir.K I'lKAl K
wit comnietictd. lhe roceIon was
Inriiied in lhe following ordt r:
1-1 IliViflni-leiilid ly lhe band.
hi.ru ! iniic ei'iiitiiNinling, . torimd
with rlylil resting on touih side ol
2nd DiviMon-Coi'iit Iz-no command
Um. formed with right reitingoti south
side ol S- Vi nth street.
SJ DivUioti lltrdetl by land Prince
L'no commanding. P-rmed wi.it right
reding on south inde of Sixth Mreet.
4 h Division Loid Frolic command.
Ing, loimel with right testing ouaoutu
aide ol Filth atreet.
6ili D. vision-Lord Pit ssureeommsud.
Ing, loruied with right resting on south
side ot Fourth street.
At half past two o'clock the proces
sion, everything being In readiness, com
tnetiCed to move. The Delta C ty band
headid the line, and proceeded the rati)
and his attendants. In the meantime
Major Winter, City Clerk Pbillie aud
City Treasurer Tarter, accompanied by
a large number of cltlzeus. had gathered
at the music-stand, waiting to receive
his royal highness. A; the stand
the Lord High Chamberlain
presented King Comus to His
Honor the mayor, Mayor Winter then
delivered hid address, aud turned over to
the lord high cbambenain, on behalf ol
bis royal nibs, the keys ot the city. The
lord high chamberlain responded in a
bctltiing manner, and at the couolualon
of big address, the proceseioo
COWSlSKCBO TO MOTS
again. The Hue of march was as follows:
Up Washington avenue to 90th street,
up 30th street to Commercial aTenue,
down Commercial avenue to 14th street,
up 14th street to Levee txeef, down
Levee street to 2nd street, down Snd
street to Commercial avenue, up Com
menial i venue to 4th street, down
4h street to Washington avenue, up
Washington avenue to G.h street, up
Sixth street to Commercial avenue, tip
Commercial avenue to Twelfth street,
down Tweltth stmt to Washington
aveiiue, down Washington aveouu to
inasie stand, and thence to the piaoe ol
Marling, where 'he mo ly crowd dis
banded, and scattered In all directions.
Among the more
of the prouewiou we mention a few as
worthy of inure thun passing notice.
Alter the vehicle CMitMining the king.
another containing the queen, ami still
another containing the lord lily Ii iliam
berlniii and attt n lanis, rach drawn by
tlx liori-es gaily c p.ri.onnl, c.uue the
following wagons, each representing
welikuowu . . t
. BUMXBia UOt'SbS
' I'arkerV I nnk stun ;
Giild iiif & Ueiiwater, diy, goods
KproalV Icetnd 0)ter depot;
, K. C. Ford's varety bra ketstor ;
C. ,11. Womlwaru's Kovelty iron store
two wagons; "
K a lUer Uron ssu'age uiaoulaoturw;
Jake Wald- r, b'ltelu r; T .
U. F. Ulake, painters' goods and paper
Uainj ou's "sewlnf maciiUjf agaocj
Telchmaa's cigar manutactorj;
Tbt Turner rovlety;
Pettis & Bird, grocer;
Smith Bros., grocer;
W. L. Bristol, grocer;
Wm. Kendall, garduer;
Koehler 4 Co., coopers; .
' Stockfleth & Bros, wboleule liquor
dealers;,- j i , .
. Henry Brelhan, soda and leltter water
manufacturer; : . . i .
. IllnkW, TbUtleweod ft Moofe, Farm',
era' Tobacco warehouse ;
C. W. Wheeler, dealer In wood and
Carl Peters, blacksmith.
Among those who deserve 'peclil men
lion were Meairi. Woodward, Carl
Peters, Keohler Bros., Golditine &
Eoteowater, StockUeth A Bros., C. W.
Wheeler A Co., all of whom went to ex
tra etpense and pains In Uttlnj up rep
resentations of their business.
. All In all, the earnlyal wis a grand
success, and the Mystio Krew deserve
fpecial praise for the teal and energy die.
played and the labor Involved In making
it what it was.
at the St Charlei last night was a fitting
winding up of the day's festivities.
The attendance was very large and all
present entered Into the sports ol the
occasion with the full determination to
bare a food time.
Peesokil Hon. S. M. Etter, sta'e
superintendent of publlo instruction.
wu in the city, yesterdsy. lie left last
night for Carbotidale, where he goes to
visit the Southern Illinois Normal Uni
versity. Mr. Eitrr will be a candidate
before the Democratic state convention
for renomlnatlon and election on the
las. II. Mulcbay, ot Goose Wand,
is In the city.
Mrs. Morse, who broke her arm a
few days ago, is doing well.
-Mrs. F. E. Albright la in the city
visiting at the residence of her father,
J. A. Wentz. of tho Cilro and 8t
Louis railroad, was In the city yesterday,
Judge Ilillman, ot Union county,
was among the viaitor In the elty yes
terday. Judge Mulkev Is able to be about
spa1!! and we are glaJ to leant Is Im
proving in heal h.
Ju Ige Moore and wtte.of Metropolis,
i lit the city viilting at the residence ot
Mr. John Q llarman.
Miss Emma Oxlt-y snd "Mia Mary
Ufa?, ol Centralia. art- visiting Mrs. W.
W. Wallace of thin city.
Henrv Horn, a prominent business
man ol Do Q loin, wan in the elty
lerday aud ngtrtered at the l'!..ntt r'
We are g'arl loa-e eurClty Alt' rriey
Win. Q. MtG-tr on the streeta again.
Billy haa been quite ill, but will soon be
O K. again.
C, A. Ilarker, tt-q , of Vienna, and
Mr. Ja , A. (J nut. s a ea attorney lor
Valine county, were In the city yesterday
and "look in" Mardi Ciris.
Mr. T. O. Farm", editor of the John
son county Vtomtn w-aa lu the city yes
t rday, and (.aid uh a vixlt. Mr. Farrla
g. t up a aprightly and readable paper.
W, W. Boyt. late county clerk of
Johnson county, accompanied by a num
ber of Vier.naltes, came down ou the
Cairo and Vinceones road yesterday to
see the Mardi Gras parade. They ret
turned to Vienna last night.
John W. Greer, of the Murphysboro
Inieftndtixt, wu among the Visitors la
the elty yesterday. Mr. Oreer was "once
upon a time" an attaehee ol this office,
aud of course he oould not come to town
without coming la to take a look at us.
Among the more prominent gentles
men who were In the city yesterday were
lion. it. A. D. Wllbacks, clerk of the
supreme eourt, southern grand division,
(and, allow us to remark, parenthetically,
that Mr. Wllbauks U a candidate for re
election, and being one ot the best clerks
the court ever had, a gentleman of fine
ability, a good Democrat, and a good
follow generally, we hope he will be
successful), and Judge M. C. Crawford
an I T. F. Botuon, of Joncsboro. Of
course these gentlemen all paid their ru
poets to the Bullbtw office.
That Terrible Neaarnge.
Fever and ague, and Its cotigeoer, bul
lous remittent, besides affections of tho
stomach, liver and bowels, produced by
aiumatlo air and water, are both eradi
cated and prevented by the use ot float
etter's Stomach Bitters, a purely vegeta
ble elixir, Indorsed by physi
cians, and more extensively used u a
remedy tor tho above dans of disorders,
at well aa for many others, than any
medicine of the age. A languid circula
tion, a torpid state of fie liver, a want
ol vital stamina, are condition peculiar
ly favorable to malarial diseases. They
are, however, surely remedied by the.
great preventive, which, by Invig
orating fie system and endowing
It with regularity as we I M
vigor, provides it with a resistant
poi r which tntle it to withstand dis
orders tint only of a malarial type, hut a
host ot other to which teehlu and III reg
idaied nysti in h are hiiIi 'nt. Tho Bitters
are a t;ife a well h M-archiug erad
leant, and hav wl My supermdtH mat
d mg rtitis drug, quinine, whinh aillutee
but doe not eradicate malaria. ;
For U me , Egjs, A.les t&, rail at
No. dt Ohio levee,
. M. Lt-IOUTOK
NOTICE TO TAX-P.YERS.
NoMtv Is hereby given (hit the lax
b ttk l-r llw laxi sof the Jar 177,
having been ItiriiHl over to me, 1 am
n iW lettdy Ut ,rvcilte taxes, ami urge
upon all i Im peeea-lty lor prompt pay
' utant as the time Ushon.
hmal aaavica hkfort.
T. I IN
at. Iaiia ..
JES St. WATSuN,
atttaat Slcaal tmloa. U. a. A
Tbs wtatbtrlsmagnUIeent and the roads
are dryii gup.
Aiblandbas been libelled at Tlck-burg
sad signed by lhe United States marshal
ee a claim of eilvage brought by the Su.le
Sliver Transportatlun company.
The Robin sunk a barge of salt at Mail
ton oo euaday.
The City ol Helena for Vlcksburg, Jim
Fuk for Pa uoab, Tom Means lor I'itt-
burg and C B. Church lor ClnclnnsJ ars
Captain Charley Adsms fine packet Alice,
Is dus to morrow for Pittsburg.
The Bobia has 9,000 barre s aalt in ber
Tbs Golden Rule yetrday morulog was
well laden for New Orlsum.
The Jno.B. Maude had a light trip tor
Tie Joe. Gllo-ere and Future City
panes' te St. Louis.
The Mary'Uouston lertCinclDasti yester
diy for New Orlracsand she will bs fo
lowed oy lbs Thoma S lerloek on Friday.
Will t. Uays In the Comler-Journal tt
Monaday aay: ''Cairo huaMtrdl Graa
ti-morrow. We'd like ti see it. Wall
Mi Kee Is giug la dress up like a Coman
che lodian, and ride a ylir mule through
the punctual ttrrets, and Dr. Bred Chat
Ity bai been engagtd to blow the itufhV
oui'n an old elarhmet, If lis wind fculda
ou'. Tbe mule Is Imoprted from the W-ba-h
ci.ro dl.tiiu'. and goes backward bet
ter than be does forward; hence Walt wi I
ride tbe other way, and go through witb
tbe ptHoj ounce ll tbs tuu'e's tail doesn't
pull out aud tue bo) don't snoot putty.
Bred will play tie sou -all ring aubiu if
'6e I . Uali 1 Tbs C'anierlu' hair be
LCStHEK i Mrit4'T.
City Clerk's Office. ' 1
CAIHO. LL., reUy. 14. 1878.
r aled oropoiiala will be rt et-ived at this
oll'ce until S'X o'clock, p lu , id I Uegila),
.Maicli 0, k'l. lor furiiNl.ii. g such lum
ber a the city ma require lor lhe cur
tent fl-c I ' ear ending Diet-mix rtll. 1378
Said lumtar to be ol good and Sound
white or burr oak, white or yellow pine
or c pres, and Iree trom nip or uimouud
Knoii., Nod id uch (linii-iifiniia as may tie
ri quired, and to tie del i vend In such
quai.lltii , iline ami plie en within the
corporal I mil a the couuuiitre on
mr eta ma ill. te.
The right i" rJ ct any or all bids is
reserved. J. B. 1'mLLia. Clt) Clerk.
The traveling public will hear in mind
that tie old HK PuNSIBLrJ Illinois
Central railroad com pin j will ci n Inue,
a lieretolore. to make all Its coiineuiioiis
at Ett! tlx hum. on all trains bound east,
otill iiibkinif It out twilvH to thlrt)-ix
hours better lime eut than any other
line. James Jounson.
Gelt'l Southeni Agt.
Feb. 33, 18TS. 3-Ut
ftorn r. to loit raiiTOHii
Cn v CLKKK'e OrncK,
, Caiko. ItL., FeO. 14. 'S78.
Sealed proHial will be recelvwl nt
this otHi-e until 0 o'clock p. m..ol i u.a
day, March 6ih, VSli, lor the ri pairing ol
brick sidewalk on t tie southerly siiie td
'ght(!iih) street, between Couuirruinl
and VV'aahingtou avenue.
Bids to Include nitingatid ralainggaid
sidewalk to grade aud the hirniitli'iig of
sound and huiiable brick for sidewalk
puritoaes that uiay be r quired In replac
ing those worn out.
I'he work to be dond under supervis
ors ot the committee on streets and in
accordance with plans and epeciticatiOfis
of suld committee. ....
Tbe right to reject any o' all bids Is
reserved. J. B. PinttH. City Cierk.
fid. Braxton has returned to his old
ttand in the Eetscr building, wliere be Is
letter prepared Uiaa cvt;r to nccoratno
iate his patrons and the public who
may favor bliu with a call. lie has gone
to considerable expense In tit ting up a
soupieof nicely furnished,, rooms, which
ie has provided witb all tim latest Im
orovemonUi and conveniences, lie em
ploys only first oIsas vorkmvn and Uiosc
who potronlic him will have their wants
attended to in stylo and will receive
. Mrt. Lettle Coleman reopeoud ber
laundry on Fourth street, Le.tvou waib
In ton and Commercial aventica, and ukea
this method of tnformlag ber old Iriend.
and patrons that aba is again at tbeic ser
vice, and solicits tboSr patronage. Sbe bas
reduced prices to suit the time,
Nolle 1 her. by utveq that theco-farl-nerrblp
heretofi r rxtatlng between tbe
ttnderalgned, underthe D m name of Siu
art ft G iolun,"bai tbi- tisy bn n dioolved
by mutual consent, the said Gh Uont.klna
the arSi.ts aoi aa.utuinglhe deb a of a. id
fi m, Clt . It btvaht.
XV. C. Guouao.f.
Calrc, III. March, 4, IBTtJ.
II ivlog lb s diypurcbaad M'. Bt iart's
Internal in tlia alxiv- ti ui. Its tirom riv. ai-
sits and god will, I lake- pltaaure la an-
nouncmg that I ib Ui coiitiuue lh hntl te
at ibe tli attur; wbeie araielul to my
lllilidtald t ie poblo t!rn r t f r p tat
fic r and pa roungi , I run ci u h ark a
eoutiuatiua oi auot) lav. r and pitrtinige,
, "V. E. UUjISON.
Ciro III, Mirth 4. ihts " " o m
New G ooos. -Mrs. 6. kVnliarnmii wl
Coiiiiiieiice Io leeilve her eilliig totk i f
lllililm ly llooiia mi lhe ttlt ol' March,
Mini daily th. realhr until her atock la
uomphtr. Ml. W1Imi-oii has alo
puruhaatjd a lull stock m imtions an '
cwelr td a: kiuda, wIik.Ii .he will bo
able to sell lolu r paUuna at greatly i
diioed pi Idea, tilw low Irimgi.i ir i .tU,
and ilehVa ontntiefiilou It iin. ..r i.;.'I
waa, bad iyibM u Iu'ImuUwU id her
Bw"l ..... t . ..
Oponing of tho Hat Campaign
Wo art) just In receipt of Thirty-Six Different Stylet cf
Spring Hats, from tho three most celebrated Philadelphia Hat
Manufacturers, Stetson, Hirsh and Hopes.
We do not believe In making an Customers wait "until wo
ago East ' for the latest styles, but give them as fast as they
A great many people read our Advertisement "cum grano
satis," but we have made it a rule In advertising to tell the
truth, and we ask the readers of the Bulletin to take the above
Advertisem.nt as written. Call on us and be convinced.
FARNBAKER, the Clothier.
sowivr with znoix pnicna.
Old Father Time Caught at Last
A NUMBER ONE RELIABLE CLOCK FOR $3.
OWING TO TULLTtMKS AMD ORt AT MtRISK t OB IS VALTTE', wt hr d. tern ind to
rcduta lha pricevlour ililny limir Hlrw-Winttliia Ot h t 'I IIUKK IKd.l AKS
aol to any addrcuia he United Mte I y tipitsi Krr ofe penrc lo the purcha.. rrai h and every
Clock w mated for Iwo yearn. TlIs offer vnlyrcn aim good for iiity days hum uV due of ihu i a-per-
'lhe.e Clodtaara our ea auauufacturs. 1S ia lha time iw ocure a fu.d Clutk for ain ott
Koie Thaw tntnuetloaa. Clooki eaa b returned and money will be re'urcltd If pur ha.ers are
:t ttti.fisU. U.v. lull una., p eloitlc, county and atate audneamt ei re a oilue a we send
SO detcluUaiy hy exurei. The sat t way to nend money Ii liy oo t offl.'o onler or rt y, tend
letter. The (w.toffi -edeu.rtratDl da iver no rernir(l letter. or mon y od mo ey urlcn io only
reaunBaibUparticl) toutc,uDiiy Una would b the anaet way of ordi'r rg our clock.. lim.i
onler. 10 L. t'rt Y tit 4 CO. Clink Uanutac urera, Cinoutl Ohio.
1 500 TIMES
Lar.rr IttHU Life I
On receipt of $1.50 I will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 500 times ai y
small ot j ct. A very u-elul and Instruc
tive Instrument, brass mounted ami put
up in a neat case, warranted as recom
mended or the money refunded.
Its innirnllying power is so great that
living objects can be readily discovered
In a drop ol water, aud fur examining
small objects, all manner of lns cts. ti e
texture ol cloth, dc, detecting foreign
matter in sugar, dour and other articles
of diet, tor detecting couutertlelt money,
and a hundred other uselul purposes, it
will be found Invaluable.
An endles. source of amusement for
the c nilug winter evening, dent by
mall ou receipt ol pi ice.
LEAVER & CO.,
CI Park Place. N. Y. Clfy.
Jan 19 ditw 6at.
Dry salt meati, bacon aide, shoulders
and hams, tierce, barrel and bucket lard
uil In gmal aiiH'k and for tale low at
No. 70 nod 71 Ohio levee.
OITE XTIGHT OlTIsT
MONDaT, MARCQ llTIJ,
OFTHSYOOO aJEKICN TRiGEDIKXXI
Kapportctl by ibn Popular Young
JOHN W. NORTON
And a Supcib Company. BiaharJ Sbltld'i Sub
From th- Ix)Ult 111 Courirr-JuDroal .
"Ami ricaV are-tut actrnt IL aialc.t alia
Ficm the TlMton CeUiIar.
'r V VDNS,"
" We baT aer um toythirc toeurjeu It."
rJ-POPULAfil'lllCKS.-Seeura vour ftt
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Short est ad
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Bond Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
:10 p.m. Fast LxpreaB, arriving la tit,
Loula o:W p. m. Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
1:20 p.m. CINCnWATI& LOUI8
VOaLZ FAST LINE
fu-rlvingl n Cleolnnatl 8;W, a m i Louls
vtllo. a m : Indt inapolis, 4.15 a.m.;
I'asi-engor. by this V aln arrive at above
or A5T OTHia xoun.
tUO'p. m r"aat Ha I witb alee port attach
d.' Inr SI'. UiUU aud ClllU.vUU,
arriviiK In St. Loul-at ti:"u a.m. 'Jlw
cattn a 4.3o p ui. (Jtinuucliaa a Odia
or KlUngh tin i tr Cincinnati, Loulavillt
FAST TIME EAST
wannKera by lul line go tb'ougb to
iuu bwt without auy dul.y aued by
fcUtidny tnt- rvrutnjf . i
rnenxVtlltliAl AKTKUMOUN TH A IN
' KIIUM CAIltU aB .I.Iu. IN NKW
VuUK SiuNDAY MUKM.su
Af IU ft. .
)3 HOURS IN ADVANCE
iV ANY OTUE'i H..UTK. "
Vdvsrtiaeiuuia ol ooup tlaw liuea I bat
tbey tu ke belt, r iloie luan till one, ar
' are la.utd either throuah lg orance t,r a
daalre to tuialtiad tue puullo, -
tor tbrouae Uckel aud Inlorniation.
tpply al IIImio eUuird k. K. Ifepui, Cairo.
- vaataa aaaiva av viau
f taraaa.M.a ....n.m... mh-wiimmmmI tine p M
tall '..". .."H.IHM hhmmm iwh.h . 1 taia.aa
" ' JA8 JUM.NSIU.N,
J. U. VW, Tioket dUt. , .
S AFFORD, MORRIS,
Insurance At nh,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Jtat onal Bank Building, up.aulra.
Iha Otdet FtuUUhed Aftncy io Sotuhen
Ililaout. and reprejenilng over
S65 000 000
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OF
WIRES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Cons antly on hand. Alio lias constantly
on Laud a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES, ETJ.,
At Wholaaala and Ratal!
At the Old Delmonico llotel,
J im IVo. GS Ohio Lcveo
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wkoiaiale and Uelall Dwtra In
Foreign and Domestic
WI.M S OF' ALL Ulm.
(Mo. 60 Ohio Levee.
MKJgnS. MYTil ro..hav ona-'nmly
IhTh ahick ot Uii-1 eal arutidn id Uiu " or
k.t, aud Kie-ji!ial atteullou to Uie WhuJf
aaie biajjrh of the lmHir..
guraazaeur ihsmiaijiki Muunciajii.1111
ul4 fs.k.r", IU I'rl. Utf , muUl f..r r .t.u. Hj
r.lmM I HljInvU tolliimit Hi.m. T.. laaviu
ttOt fti let at II .1U.' - UUt m WSa
era. oiidlitA K Tnasar psl,
AflOmi . A. U MA n 1 t.U S)
4. i sk N Miss.t It., CtMttiu4. Usj
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Lata of tbe St. Charlea
RA1ES: 12.00 PERDAY
llluttruttd Monthly Maptint.
Ktch aurubet oonulm tidily two p (ei ol
realia( luaticr, munyuua aootl cut IduaiiaUoaa
a iU Mia ooiamd Plata. A btauiituiartleu waf
aicua fibtd u e.c(raut ppr, and MUI ot tu
I.Miau a. la Lofluu aim uariuau. f ik at Si
Vwa'a Howwand Vwawahle tianlea. W cents
wjar euinra. In elifjut cloibourr.S.
Vij.'8 l auluaui .au il u.tr.nuu. ouiylwo
Mau. Adurtaa, JJue. VlcJt, KvUiatw, X.V.
Vick't llluttrated Prietd Cofotyid."
8ev niy-Hir,j,a, iV lllu,tralljiw, witatk
jc iptiub.ui tlwu-ai.d.tif la att vt;tatii ud
fljMtr. in the wm hi, aud the wa, Ut..u . .ui,
all lor a 140 cent Uoatace aup. 1'riuUid la
ta.-rll.Ml, Mini I. n . 1. ..
vic a M' w.r ami Wielablt Uardea. 4" otaU
lBp.iroiivrra lualixMl Wuiaion.a Si.
ik U-u.irahd Ua hl Ataaaaia Sip ,
ue lou'iiatiuae atai volvrau p.aM lu afery
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Vtck'i Flow and VtgttabU Qtrde.
Ia Ilia li.-t Inaa ifu wwta of tl-a aiad la !
w rid. It eautdua nearly li p-aa, huuUr da
of Uu ' lllu.li an. tut, auit aia chi. u.w ulauo laa
Uf"! y dr .Wa ru I , o ored Iraru lului. . fricat
hi. im paper ootara, el U ulwlu. ar.aiai ta
Ot tataaiid hii(.t-.
tt'k'a CataluKtia, 00 I'lu-tralioaa, oalr tea.
Ad rata, datnea Vuk, SkK-uia r, M. V.
VickU Ftovxrand VpdiU W.
Are planted hya mlllloa Mopla la Aaorhta,
a Vivk'a ta aiuaa-i Illu.liaiiuaa.aaO
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la paiwrtatei-, ah" s.aaie. ia ever W.
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