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TUfiO -BUSINESS HOUSES.
. "' .L.A dv liailntM firm eaa have threallnos
pvHi. m tlilx column under approprlata beading
nit rn ui si.ao
mown or iuarw
B flllll' l
iiarterly in advance.
UnrOwnre. stove and Tin VI or.
. K HALT.KT Dealer In Store. Tin and Hard
" Turn, etu1en and Farmer' Implement, Wire
. t i,rumm-eial Avnu. Guttertotfi end Job
. . uta aojie cu snort notice.
..' i .Mi-fl 4 hs-t Tv.iwhn1 snd aaftlum-
r At., flrvinm. edhnx. siding aud aofcd
LUilr, iaih and ehluitle. Office and yard
-.ni(.r Twentieth atreet and WMnt,-ton menus'
1). KiEVMAN Lttt In Queeruware, Toll,
(roups ud all kluds of fancy artich. Coinmtr-
:u avenue, corner bin sum,
WILLIAM WIJiTKlt-Hxtb street btweea
" inmtinilasenoe and Washington ve""e.
t'lotliuitr and Merchant ralNsrlagt.
fOHN ANTRIM JUrebant Tailor and fllT
I a ll-dr Made Clothing. 7S OhJ Levee.
Heal t;tate Agencies.
M. UOWLET-Hfat EnUta Agent. Buy!
md sell ml estate, wliecte rents, wyi tale
lor aoo-Kstdente.etn. ComjUercitl 7tuf, eo
'WMn Mrth and I filth street
nITkLK A T1H3TI.K WOOIV
Cotloa and Tobacco Faoori! and rr--tiMin
ot tl Fanner' Tobacco Wartfaouit.
-.! tc 1.7 OiBiaimar;uU Aveou
n AKrtn tost
I.; General rorwardlnif and
row-bant, for lha
tain of t
arm. Oaiaen. Or-
hirri ki'1 Hairy Vroduee,
Ci iounl Forwarding and Communion
'rvrrlmnu, and dealer la all kind of fruit and
t'rclun-. tt Ol'-o Levee. Co&aiirnmanta solic
it d, ntencil rurnitbod on application.
It knight of Ih above order nueet
at thalr hall the flnl and third Monday
i aanii tconth. Commtrclal avenue, 3d door
caib ofltit ie ,etSpm.
. V Houui.a. G. M.
Ubt at bJ-put avn, in Odd-
Utdl. - HOWI,
.-t -v ALKIAirDEIl LODGE, 50. 224.
YFa Indepandmit Ordr of Odd-Fal.
ilfefejiS'fe Iowa, tuwu ever Tburaday nlrht
!" i iiulf-paet eeven, In tneir ball on
nntrni nl a nu, rtweoi slztband fierxutb
r.K t r. U. llwoaa. V. O.
i;AI!lOLUDK. NO.iS7,A.r. A. M
il'J I RKtdar ojmnaiiicatlona In Ma
AjT !.! llll. eoro-r tommerclal areoui
' ' ond tlifhtn itmt, on
t!! Mur.dar of toci mouth.
U Huond and
rnrnltnra at fuhlto lisle.
)i the 12th day ol March, ISTo, be
yiuiil;) ;at 10 o'clock a.m., &ud conliu
uitix k(u day to day, tha uDderblgneJ
will tU at auction to the bijrbeat blJdir,
tor csMi. at tha furniture factory of WIN
llam Lichbcfl, southeast corner of Sctc-d
tt nth street and tYa&ulugton avenue, In
Cairo, Illinois, a larpe lot of furnlluro of
v&rinua kiudd autl ileicrlptlonf , cootut
iDgof parlor ecu, bedroom acta, bun-nut,
beadstead, vahbtundc, wardrobes,
Ublcs, bookeadi. dt-eks, hutnoU,
cradles, looking gluiici, baby carriages,
bat racka, mattresses, kitcken tatiM, a
large Bteortment of chairs, dressitiK
e.. tic. Peter Sitr, Bheriff.
ttetoT(n WHtr, Ale, Hfr, Cider,
Miurral nd Nudn Hntra.
Mr. Andrew Lohr bus constantly on
bind tre.U realpu of the famou tihn-
boygan water, and ho Is now ready to
nil ordurs for any quantity, either boU
tied, In kegs, or by the Jug. This water
is celebrated for Its elllcacy In curing
piles, conbllpatlou, dyspepsia, heudache,
and di jeabit of the stomach and liver.
It is pleasant to the ttste, anJ sure to do
good to thoro who tako It. Mr. Lohr is
also prepared to supply families with
ale, beer, or elder, put up in bottles or by
the quantity, as may bo desired. Also
soda and mineral waters In bottles.
Qoods delivered In any part of the city
without extra charge. 3-3-iin.
FoMimeir the Beat.
Dr. MorrU' Syrup ot Tar, Wild Cherry
and llorohound is too very boat com
pound ever prepared, advertised, or sold
by any person, or under any name what
ever, tor tho Immediate relief and per
rnineut euro of coughs, colds, croup,
whooping couju, bronchitis, asthma,
and all diaeuses of a consumptive type.
It will thoroughly cradicita these alarm
ing symptom in oue-balt the time re
quired to do so by any other medicine. It
is purely vegetable, aud contains not a
partida ot opium or other dangerous
drug. It never fails. Lvery bottle
guarantied to pertorm cxaotly as repre
sented. Sola by
Bakcut Buoi., Caiko, Ills
Also cgents for f rot. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, whloh is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
ropliyalc. Price 25 cent3. Try It.
Au CiiMase" Opinion.
From Co alley's Biographical Encyclo
pedla of the distinguished meu of the
Empire State, we clip tha following
"Every ration ovytJ Its peculiar ctaarac
ter, Us prosperity fn brief.' every thing
that distinguishes it as an Individual na
Hon to the few men belonging to It
who hare the courage to step beyond the
boundaries prescribed by partisanship,
profcEFtonal traditions, or social customs,
In protesaiopHl, no less than In political
life, there occasionally orle men who
burst tho fetters ot conventionalism, in
dlgnantly rejecting tho arbitrary limits
Imposed upon their activity, and step
boldly lor ward into new fields ot enter
prise. - Wo call these, men self-made
The Ration claims them a her proudest
ornaments the men upon whom she
can rely, iu (tc tor her glory. In war
' for ber succor. 01 this clusaof men the
: medical profession has furnished a ills
ticgolsbed example In the successful and
: Justly 'celebrated physician, Dr. K. V
Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., and any history
treating of the industries ot the Empire
State would be iaoomplete without a
' 'sketch ot his useful life and' earnest
work." Dr. Fierce Is well known to our
-mden by bis popular Family Bemedlss
1 ' and bli excellent manual ot .domestic
. medlem'. "Th IVoplo's Onmmw) 9m
FEIOAT. March 8, 1878.
'-Ourptoplq who attended Mardl Gras
in Memphis wd beglnlng to come borne.
Shell oysters Just received at the
Crystal saloon, Uarrt Walker.
The party at Anna next week will
largely attended by Cuiro people.
Shell oysters Jast received at the
Crvstal saloon. Hshry Wsiker.
Ten cars loaded with ice passed
thorough the city on tho Illinois Central
j eelerday tor Hot brings, Arkansas.
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
9 o'clock this syentngat Harry Walker's,
corner Butb rtreet and Commercial ave
Tho Hough uud ICcady tire company
will give a tali ou the evening of the 25th
inst, Further notice will be given uero
-Oyeter toup luneh t Uarrr W alker's
Crystal saloon every evening at 1)
o'cUwk. i,4 1(
The Junius b. ilorgitn now snorts
one flag at the stern, one at the bow, one
streamer on each aide and a Urge stream
er in the centre bearing the name of the
boat. She looks gay with so many flag.;,
and Is lb admired ot all admired.
Iu memory of the death ot our
blessed Savior, tho bell of the German
church (Lutheran) will be tolled every
alternoon at three "dock during Lent. 1
Services will be held every Friday eve
nmg at 7.W o'clock, to which all are
cordially invite j. '
Serenading parties are now the order
ct the it . As we wend our way home
ward in the wee sma' ours every night
we hear the merry voices of two or more
crowds. We have a very "large ear"
for musio, and would be butter prepared
to speak of the merits ot their vocal
powers, should it please some of them
to stop at our domicile on their rounds.
01 Miss Mary Audcrsou, the colc
brated actress, who will appear at the
atheneum in this city on Monday even
ing, tho Washington ZZwbW says: "Mls3
Mary Andrson Las appeared iu Boston
osEvadne,MeeMerrlles, Juliet, Parth
enla and Ion. il:r pcrlorniauces have all
been highly praised by the Botton pas
per, the general opinion being that she
has great originality and true dramatic
fire. Her succus was so unequivocal
that Metre. Toinpkios & Hill, the mans
ageis ot the Boston theatre, tendered ber
a complimentary benefit for last night,
wbcH she repeated her Impersonation of
Juliet. The Arcadian says: "Mary
Anderson, whose performances In Boston
last week created such a Jurort, goes to
Europe this summer, and will study In
Paris. 8he Is the most promising actress
In the country."
Pkrsoksl. The many friends iu tbis
city of Will Christ man, will be glad to
learu that be is prospering In his new
borne at Predonlu, Kansas. Will will
accept our thanks tor late Predonia pa
Mr. Oberly returned irom bprintltld
Capt. John Sprout, Sr., of Colum
bus, Is visiting IrujoJs iu this city.
Mrs. Melendy, ot Vila Bridge Is
vUitlng friends In Cairo.
Mr. A. Lcighton. oi Canada, is in
the city visiting hi son. Mr. U. Leighton.
Hon. Wni. Hurlzcll will please ac
cept our thanks for valnrblc publlo doc
Sheriff Saup hai guiie on a trip to
IvobC Clair, Hardin count) t on important
Capt. N'. B. Thistle wood kit the city
yesterday afternoon for a short bus-iues
trip, tbroucb Southeast Missouri.
Oon cihy. Died, In this city, Tbura
day morning, March tHb. at 2;30 o'clock,
Iennl Cahlll, aged thlr'.y yeun, after a
lingering illness at the residence of bis
brother, Michael Cahlll, ou Nineteenth
street. The fuueral will leave the house
lor St. Patrick's church atl p. in. to-day.
A special train will lcavo the toot cf
Eighth street at 2 p. m., to convey the
remains to Calvary Ccmetry, villa
Ridge. Friends of the deceased are iu-
vlted to attend.
Insurance Agency '
. . . of
WSLLS It IE?TH,
Qfilce at Alexauder Co. Bank,
Rinks written in first class Companies
. At tali rates, bee advertisement.
Tnt Phew Association. The city
council at 'Its lastMgulir" meetirg
adopted the below resolutions extending
to the press a&soclatlou of this state an
Invitation to bold its meeting lu this, city
This was the proper thing : tor the
council to do, and we hop our citizens
will see to it that a hall is secured for
them, and every thing dono that may
tend to give them a favorable Impression
ot our city and our people. The follows
leg art too resolutions :
WiiERtiS, Wo have reliable intarma
tlou that the Illinois Press Associatlou
oontempletea holding its next annual
meeting at an early day in tbts cltv,'
Therefore, be it : : i I
Rttaltti, That the .kuascr and I elty
council, In behalf of our citizens dp rts
specttully extend to uld- assodatlon a
cordial Invitation to bold suob meeting
in Cairo, and that hie honor appoint a
committee ot three, wbo together wltb
himself shall be anthorlted and empow
ered to prooure a suitable ball tor tuslr
deliberations and to make such citber ar
rangements as may be necessary to In
sure tor them a hearty welcome to our
oUv and be it further i
Jtasebsd, Tbal the city clerk be, and is
hereby directed to forward a copy ot this
preamble tnd resolutions to Cadet
Taylor, Eni, pretldrat of ssjd association
Caiku. Ills., Tbirsoat KwtNO,
March 7, 1678. '
Trade since our last Issue hat been mo
derately active In nearly all tranches,
Flour, grain and bay have all been ao-
nve, and sales have been mora than
usually large. ' The demand, however, Is
confined almost entirely to the order
trade, and transactions on speculation
are few and far between. Kocelpts of
flour are (air, and stocks are good,
with tho demand principally tor
Intermediate grades. Receipts ot hay,
corn and . oats have been
very light and stocks are low. Hay and
oats ure in active demaud, aud prices a
sbade stronger. Kccelpta of country
produce, excepting butter, are good tnd
the market well supplied. Trices gen
erally are unchanged.
The weather tor tho last four or five
days has been pleasant, and under a stiff
breeze and a warm iun tho roads are
rapidly drying up, and wltb a continu
ance of the present favorable weatbtr
they will soon be iu good condition.
The rivers are high though decllslng
slowly. The railroads aro all dotag a
lulr freight builncy.
RITES Of ritEUJIIT TO MW OHIIA.'.'S AJ,"U
. ... "P1". Vicl'burg.
Dry bbl 25 m
Grain special 15
rork&lieef 30 40
Hay 15 , 20 .
Bank landings 6 ccnU per 100 lbs., and
10 cents per bbl. higher.
IsTOur friends should bear hi mind
that the prices here given are ouly lor
sales from tLrst hands In round lots. In
filing orders and for broken lots It Is
necessary to charge an adyanco upon
There U a liberal order demand, and J
sales have been about as usual. Prices
' however aro les firm and weak, and In
. buyers favors. The demand U largely
for Intermediate grade-3. Receipts are
fair and stocks good.
60 " XXX... ....
100 ' VariouV'Oradfcs
orders 4 CIV?;1 CO
Patent Process 7 25
Good Family ij 00
Good Family ts 00
There U au active demand for choice
hay, and prices are higher. Strictly
choice will sell at $ia 6CQ13. Kecolpts
are light, and the market is almost bare.
Medium and low grades are In fair,
though not large stock and liberal de
mand at former prices. We note sales ot
1 car choice timothy at $12 60; 1 ear do
at J13; I car good mixed at $11; Scars
red top at S3.
Receipts ol corn are light and tho de
demand fair at quotations. There Is
very little on the market, dales report
ed wore it car wbite in bulk at 40c; 3
cars do in sacks at 44c; 1 car yellow In
Arrivals ot oata are light, ut1 the
market Is almost bare. The demand is
active, and prices have advanced about
one cent, bales reported were 3 cars
mixed in bulk at 2Sc; 5 curs mixed in
sacks at 32J3; 2 cars mixed in sacks at
321c;; 3 cars mixed iu sacks at 3'Jc; I ear
black oats in sacks at 33c; 1 car wb'ue at
Tlicro it uochango In the market for
tuf ftl. Trices are steady at $3 25&2 30
tor city. n quoto sales of 200 bols.
city at il 2-V2 30; 100 bbls. do. at $3 30;
75 bbl. country kiln dried at $2 102 15,
Urati is In light supply and good de
mand at $15.
The stock in hand Is fair and receipts
liberal, while the demand Is light, and
chiefly lor the better grades. Prices are
unchanged. Sales were 23 bbls. Ben
Davis at S5 2o(5 50; 50 bbls. varieties at
$3 5005 00; 20 bbls. varieties at $2 50
The market Is full aud receipts eon-
tiuue large. Trices, bowsver, are 6teady
at quotations. The demand is only
moderately active. We report 6ales of
25 bbls. peaohblows at $1 35; 20 bbls.
early rose at SI 75; 150 bushels In sacks
Choice butter Is very scarce, while the
demand is urgent snd prices advancing.
Medium grades are plenty and dull. Sales
ncre 5 pkgs. northern packed at 18020c;
10 pkgs. choice do. at 3326o; 10 pkgs.
Southern Illinois roll at UgdSc; S pkgs.
northern at 25c; 4 pkgs. medium 'at lOe.
Receipts are large and the market well
supplied. Trices are steady at quotations-
Wo quote tales ol 13 pkgs. at 9c; 10 pkgs.
at Sc; 10 pkgs. at Oc; 1,000 at 8J9c,
Receipts ol poultry are fair, and the
supply is now about equal to the de
maud. Prices remain about as last
quoted. Sales noted were 10 coops mix
ed chickens, $2(&2 60; 3 coops choice old
hens at $2 75; 4 coops, 12 602 75.
bales were 1,600 lbs. dry salt shoulders
t a60t 1.000 lbs. S3 75; 1800 'lbs aide
clear rib dry salt, $5 73; S casks . C. P.
Bales were i pkgs. reflnol, kittle
rendered, at 7 Jo. . . .
Bales were 8 bbls, ft 13 bbls do $3 U
The stock Is good and receipts tn 15b
Cabbage trip -light supply ad good
asruana at vs oujs.
Bales were WO bbU.Qhio.riw at $1 li
ai an -f ' .;-:t ' ' '..
For Butter, Egs,
No. H Ohio levee-
AppIS". te., ul) at
Ditnocralic County Convention,
A mass ooatentloa of 3 Demoeratlo
voters ol Alexander couny, will be held
at the court bouse, In this city, on Satur.
day, March 80tb, next, st 3 o'clock p.m.,
for lh purpose ot electing three dele
gates to the state conreitlon to be bsld
at Springfield on April 11th, next; and
three delegates to the datrlet convention
to be held at Centralis ot May 15th, next.
Hot. W, baluiat, Chairman.
Cairo, Ills., March 7. 178.
An Opea Letter, it Bieake for Itself.
RocxrORT, Mass, April 2d. 77.
Mr. Editor: Having read in your pa
per reports ot the reourkable cures ot
catarrh, I am Induced to tell "what 1
know about catarrh," d I fan:y '.the
"enufl" and "lubaliuj tube" makers
(mere dollar grabbers) would be glad if
they could emblazon a similar euro In
the papers. For 36 years I euffered wltb
catarrh. The nal passages became
completely closed. 'Snufl," "dust,"
'ashee," "Inhaling tubcE," and 'sticks,"
wouldu't work, though atUnterval I
would snifi up (be so-called catarrh snuff.
until I became a valuable tester lor such
medicines. 1 gradually grew worse, and
no one can know how much I suffered
or what a miserable being I w as. My
bead ached over mv eves so that 1 was
confined to my bed for many successive
day, suffering the moot intense pain,
which at one time lasted continuously
for 168 hours. All sense of smell and
taste gone, sight and bearing impaired,
body shrunken snd weakened, nervous
system shattered and constitution broken,
and I was havking and spitting seven
eighths ot th time, 1 prayed for death
to relieve nieof my suflering. A favora
ble notice in your paper of Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Reinly induced me to purchase
a package an( use it with Dr. Pierce's
Nasal Doucbv which applies the remedy
by bydrostate pressure, the only way
compatible vita common sense. Well,
Mr. Editor, i did not cure me In three
fourths of a econd, nor in ouo hour or
month, but ti less than eight minutest
wasrellevedand In three months entire
ly cured, andbare remained so for over
sixteen montis. While using the Catarrh
Remedy, I used Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Dieovery to purify my blood
and strengtbn my stomach. I also kept
my liver setre and bowels regular by
the use ot hi Pleasant Purgative Pellets.
It my eiprlencc will Induce other
sufferers to leek the same means of re
lief, this leter will bavo answered Its
purpote. lours trnly,
S. D. Remicx.
Col. K A.Lowrey will deliver an ads
dreas oi toe subject ot "The Bible,
Modcrab Drinkers, etc," at the tem
perance club room this evening. lo
view ol he immense crowd that is ex
pected tobe present, the executive eom
mitttee litre decided that children under
twelve yers ot age will not be admitted
unless acompanied by their parents of
I,ettl tolemaaia l.aaadrj.
Mrs. Letie Colenm has reopened ber
laundry on FiurtU street, between wash
is ton and Commercial avenue, and lakes
this method ol lnfa-iniag her old friends
and patrons lb at tie is again at tbelr ser
vice, sod bolclta tteir patronage. She has
reduced prices to sdt the times.
Lerarrttiaa Life t
Un receipt of $150 1 will scud to any
address an Inipr.ed French Microscope
that will magiitr over 500 times any
small object. A very uIul and instruc
tive instrument, brass mounted and put
up in a ocat -ase, warranted as recora
meuded or tie money refunded.
Its masraylng power is so great that
living objew can be readily discovered
in a drop of water, and for examining
small objees, all manner of Insects, the
texture of loth, &c, detecting foreign
matter In gar, flour and other articles
of diet, for Ittectlng counterfeit money,
and a hundred ether useful purposes, It
will be found timluable.
An endless source of amusement for
the coming vlnter evenings. Sent by
mall on recelp of price.
H Park Place. N. Y. City.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Notice is hcrebv given that the tax
books for tht taies of tho year 1877,
having been tuned over to me, I am
now ready te retelrc taxes, and urge
upon all the necessity lor prompt pay
ment as tho tlm Is short.
Uter Sac?, Collector.
Cairo, Feb. 2f, 1878,-tf. , '
Children cry lor Pitcher's Caatorla
It is as rleaant to take as honey. It
contains no morphine or other deleter
lovs lngredent, and is sure to expel
worms, cttn wind colic, regulate the
bowels and comacb, aud overcome Irri
tation cauetl by rash or cutting teeth,
Mothers cai rest, and children enjoy
health, whonse Castorla. It Is harm
less, U is rtalnly speedy, and it
Acap. . 11-11 -18w
Notice is liireby given that the co-psrt-atrshlp
heretofore existing between the
undersigned, under the firm name of "Stu
art Gaolioa,"bas this day .been dissolved
by mututt enstnt, the said Gholaoa taking
the asisti sid situating the debts of ssld
f rm. . : a ' Cia. B. Stuart. '
; ; ij f i W. I. QBOttOlt-
Cairo, It March, 4, 1871. ; : ,
Having this day purchased Mr, Ituart's
latereat is the above Irm, Its property, a
ssU and good will, t take pkssve la an
aouaeta, that ItbaU eontlnaa tnebnaUsts
at the dd stsad; where grateful to By
Ikietds 4 tbe fOa gwaraDy for past
eonttuan, of n "vera ana pacrenage.
. SIOMAl avion REPORT.
- - . aauva i
stATioit. low wAraa.Blie or fall
'. ' ' " rr. n. rr. a.
Calro.M....M..M..M... K e wm I
ClaaBtl..,..-.... 24 7 1
lTanaoi1-... ..... 1 8 s
rittabttra.. 10 6 X 4
Lemartlla 10 0 1
Kt)OeU k ee e e e 0 9
Ht. Loo i is 11 t
JAMES If. WATSON,
Baraaaat Bicnal Barhe. U. 0. A
Captain Jno. P. Kisser, superintendent
ot the Anchor Lino, was In tho city yes
terday. Tho Cherokee's shaft Is to be here this
The Belle Memphis with ber big Mardl
Gras excursion passed to St Louis. Her
patwengors were all delighted with tho
We are sorry to learn tbat.O. O. Hew,
itt, clerk of tho Bulle Memphis, la quite
ill with btllious fever. Dr. C. W. Dun
nine: was called to prescribe tor htm at
The Grand Tower put off 1,300 bales
ol cotton here, and has &, moderate trip
for St. Louis.
The Jim Fisk lor Peducah, Juo. B.
Maud for Vlcksburg, and Andy Baum
for Cincinnati, are due to-day.
The Mary Miller for Cincinnati, and
Belle Memphis leave St, Louis to-day.
. The City ot Chester burned at the ele
vator at Memphis with her down stream
cargo on board. It was quite large and
was composed of assorted freight. The
boat was not insured. Captain Kelser
left tor Memphis by rail last evening.
The Jim Flsk had a good trip yester
The C. W, Anderson brought alotot
pig and bar iron from the Cumberland.
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In the Reiser building:, where be Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hie patrons and the publlo w bo
may favor him with a call. - lie has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
be bas provided with all tha latest Im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only tint class rrorkmen and those
wbo patronize him will have their wants
attended to in stylo and will receive
' That Terrible Oearage
Fever and ague, and Its congener, bul
lous remittent, besides affections of the
stomach, Uver and bowels, produced by
miasmatic air snd water, aro both eradi
cated and prevented by the nso ot Host
otter's Stomach Bitters, a purely vegeta
ble elixir, indorsed by ' puy si
clans, and more extensively used as n
remedy tor the above class of disorder?,
as well as for many others, than any
medicine of the age. A languid circula
tion, a torpid state of the liver, a want
of vital stamina, are conditions peculiar,
ijf isnoraiuotv uaun ihj (lie,, ruev
are, however, surely remedied by the
great preventive, which, by Invig
orating the system and endowing
it with regularity as well a.
vigor, provides It with a resistant
power which enables It to withstand dis
orders not only of a malarial type, but a
host ol others to which leeble and ill reg
ulated system are subject. Tho Bitters
arc a safe as '.well as searching erad,
leant, and have widely superseded that
dangerous drug quinine, which palliates
but does not eradicate malaria.
City Clerk's Office,
Cairo, Ills., t eb'y. 11, 1878.
(Sealed DroDOsals will be received at this
office nntil six o'clock, p.m., of Tuesday,
Alarcn 6, leys, lor lurnisnuig sucn lum
ber as the city may require tor the cur
rent fiscal year endi ng December 31, 1878.
bald lumber to be ot good and sound
white or burr oak. white or yellow pine
or cypress, and free trom sap or unsound
knots, sad ot sucn dimensions as may oe
required, and to be delivered In such
quantities, times snd places within the
corporate limits as the committee on
streets may direct.
The rlcbt to reject any or ail mas is
reserved. J. B. Phillw, City Clerk.
SCTICE TO COHTBACTOHS
Cu r Clerk's Office,
Cairo, III., Feb. It, 1873.
Sealed proposal's will be received at
this office until 6 o'clock p. m.. of Tues
day, March sib, 1878, tortbe repairing of
brlcK sidewalk- on toe southerly sine oi
Eight (8tb) street, between Commtrcial
and Washington avenues.
Bids to include niltnc and ratting- saia
sidewalk to grade and the furnishing ot
sound and eultable brick for sidewalk
purposes that may be required lu rt-plac-iu
those worn out. :
Abe work to be done under supervis
ors ot toe commtttoe on streets and in
accoreanco with plans and specifications
of said committee.
The right to reject any or all bMs is
reserved. J. B. Pbillis, City C'erk.
New Goods. Mrs. 3.' Williamson wil
commence to receive her spring stock ot
millinery goods on tho firet of March,
and dally thereafter until her stock is
complete. Mis. Williamson lias . also
purchased a full stock of notions and
lowelry ot all kinds, which sbe will be
able to sell to ber patrons at greatly re
duced prices. She bas bought tot c?h,
and defies comoetttioa In her line of bust
ns. and Invites an tesreotlon of ber
Stock. ,, , - 21 -it
For EavT. -Three corutortable rooms
In a house, on Third meet between
Washington and Commercial avenues
Inquire ot. Wm. McHub.
Tbe traveling public will bear Id mind
that the old EISPCOrMBLlfi nilaoli
Central railroad conJpaaT will COiMnne.
as beretolbre, to make all tta connections
at Cbanu on all traia bbu4 eMt.
stui mttot ron mif.l0;$ityt
BonraBeftat ttae east ttai anr ot
ntt ! -v.t I - , ' . . J
Oppnins of tho
klm. aba 2sia4 In . iastAAlrf
W aio jui in ivwipt vi
V ' - . ' .a .a
Spring Hats, from the three most ceieDrated Philadelphia Hi
Manufacturers, Stetson, Hirsh
We do not believe in making an Customers wait "until w
ago East" for the latest styles, but' give them as fast as the
A rcat many people read
sails," but we have made it a
truth, anl we ask the readers
Advertlssment as written. Call
FARNBAKER, the Clothier
jjown with zzzaxx pnioEa.
Old Father Time Caught at Last
A NUMBER ONE RELIABLE CLOCK TOR $3.
OWING TO DULT, TIMES AJtO ttBB AT'aiTRIVir AGK TXVAtCES. W hT. leK.mia
wreauc mo pricaoiour amy nvnr aiem
Clock Warranted for two vura
ui w uy luwNi. ui ..iu w --pi
per These Clocks an eur owu nunul
Kot These Inittuetlone. Clocks eaa be return
lot saushed. Give full nam
iwui exclusively uj express. iuc imhi wy ,u imti uonsy u oy poai ouice orUr t rtffiitert
tUr. The pot ofhc department dell yer no rcgUtersd Utter or i&on-7 on nioaey orler to oil
DOUibla Darties. oonacauenilv Una would be th tateat wv of oiJ,tihj our r,. la .
MONDAY, MARCH UTH,
OF TBI YOUKO) AMERICA TRiGRDUUiVS
Mapported ty the Fepnlar Tonoj
JOHN W. NORTON
d a Supnb Comrooy. Rrchard Shield's Sub
America's cratitaUea-tbe are-itust six
has tTr know
t'rcin th Boston 0 ''
"We haTC tnrT Mtn svtUlpg to durpiiB It."
ryPOPCLAKrn;CS. -secure yout seats
jr r i j j - r. ;
EROVEB & . Q
abb xur. riJtr new i.y t sr,
Mbml U.I-W-1 As,-wie nd tlie 'frutle.
I'rite I.ijt nn-l Termum u pHtstinn.
AddifM,OKlVrR DAK I'll ?. M. CO.
1 ',u Sin! e .11, Cbi-njo, Tt
voer ca y nr. jr. nut '
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R
St Louis & Chicago
The only Bond Running Two
rally Trains from Cairo,
Tralna Leae Cairo
;Io p.ui. Fast Express, arriving in St.
Louis W0 p. m.; Cbioago, 7.30, aan.
1:20 P.nv OpfCXNNATZ Sa LOUIS
VUa FAST LINE
arriving! n Cincinnati 8.30, a.m.; Louis
ville, e:2, a m.: Indianapolis, 4:15 a.m.;
;' 1'sn.ongflr by this train arrive at above
point . , . i ; "'
Or AJtT OTilXB K0UTK.
.10 a. m. Vest Mad wltb sfeepor nuaoh
ed. for ST. LOUIS and CBlCaetU,
arrlvln in St. Louis at (i:3) a.m. Chi
rair at 4.30 D.m. Connecttni at Odin
orEfUoKbam tor Cincinnati, Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
t assenjers by this line go tnrougb to
the Cast :witnoux any ueiay causea oy
rbe SAtUBDAY ATTEBNOON TRAtS
FROM CAIttO AJttrUV .3 IN IMBiVf
VtURK , MONDAY MOBNINQ .
HOURS IN ADVANCE
aw A NT OTEEm ItOCTE.
idmtlseaetits -of eoapettaat lines that
tha- make belter time ton this one, are
are Issued either thrown Ignorance er a
deetretomlsWadthepubUo.' . .
ilw thmnaa tloketa and informatiaa.
trpiy at UUaola Central aV. a Depot, Cairo
' nun inm ll ciuu
Ia& ...m. . ;ooeja I ecrvr. sri . eetw S
t Tkln4u.Clv ts I tTa.. .A Ai.i!
viimij-wia wiuvrvui OljQ Q
a. (10 a .
our Advertisement, "cum granrf
rule In advertising to tell th
of the Bulletin to take the abovj
on us and be convinced.
- ninains DMrk t TUBEE boLLARa-1
r i" ui v. puhc la in piircDaeer cb and verJ
... kui.uu tuniwi imji any irom tne outfit this ih
lunubotur. Mow is the ww to mure a good Cl.k for altn
-Cloettt can be retiirneilind montv will b rerunded If purchaitu an
, pmt offio, ennnty and state eaa nearest expire office as w teai
4 Cel., Clock Mauulattuwra. CinaatrOhto.
CUT 'it!unil Ueuk Bulldbi, niMiaeis,
I in Uidcet Esubils&cd Afeaer is Sou dun
Dilnoia, and repnsestuif ov-r
C85 OOO 000
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, ftM VMS
Cons'aotly on hind,
on band a
Also (mi constantly
Largo Supply of
ORAITCffiS, APPLES, ETC..
At Wholesale and Retail.
At the Old Delmonico Hotel,
A'o. 6S Ohio Isevee
R. SMYTH St CO.,
IVuole.uli uuJ Uetall TiUn In
Foreign and Domestio
mKS OF ALL KIXDS.
' No. 60 Ohio Lcvec.
r USHHS. HMTTH ft CO.. bar eonstantlTl
IV I Urn stni'k (it thti Ust stoiids In the ro-
ket. and (riveeMKOiil atb-ntlou to the wbal.
sal uraneii of tbe bueinesd.
ri.rinS Cttacti wiitmi eosnrs i ri.
M.uinnti7missC&, )i1 tntinft T,rk-
l s I . s. ll V. Pi rimmt w-trf
runiio Mllf r" tosnMl-
. a. en.vX r a c4,l
t.S IUosmSi., Clcnd.0
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Lata of tbe fit. Charles-
RATES: 12.00 FERDAY
Ilimirated Monthly Jlfajajiitf.
Knh ninnber mutalns thlrtrwo disss
Teadlns Kiittcr, many One Wood cut t iltitrtleasl
ol ooo uoisrHl Jiuiie. a oeauuim rsnra wr
alio aiiultd on elf (rent paper, and rail et la
turmaioa.. jo ansiuu aau eiuutn. i tws
a vcar. r
V'kk'a Flower and Vegtmbl Gtrdrn. V) cent
til nanrr covers, laul'-tviutelothoernatl.
.NH-Jt'S CaulogTio "J IKustMUoo. oalftW'
tj ririnM. .Tam VliL. kni'iii-.trr. y Y.
lic's lUtutivttd trictd Cutahyu.
. Sewnty-fly nag. 800 UliutratrMa, with a
euluilunaot tb-.iuwid, u( 'tw twst Tfgeteble D
tli.ster in tbe world, and tbe vr r to grow met)
all tor a two cent noUc flame. . yrtotea
Ornnan and tngll.a.
Vick's Klmm and VrWs tJ.rdfn. ctn1
in iiatMf rmreni. In alccsnt clotn coTsr. ft.
visa 'a illustrated MooiMy lluia
nne tituitritioaa tun colorea Diau- m r
umotr. rtltt 11 year nvoj"
Addruj, Jan Vic, aotnutsr, r.. .
lick' ' t'lauuw vt lVrr Garden
Is Ibe nioel beaotlful tferk of lb klaS f w
world. . It contain aearly 1W pace, hoadr
of flaa iUitftranoas. ead six chiuovs plabs
uiuuy oxawa rai ooiof M nn ssw,
wdm la fvr cor, at ta elotb, rrUM
. mna Htdol la Aaxrl
. AiMdeaa. enh
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