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U1R0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
letle, Any business firm on have thro lines
f iic, In UiU column under appropriate beadiest
titie rut ol ei.fju per month or 11? per year
ayauie iuaneriy id aavance.
Hardware, Ntove and Tin Ware.
V II ALLKY Dealer in Blow, Tin and Hard
rr, Garden and tarnier' Implement, Win
jiixU, Ucfrlgerstors, Pump and Ladders.
lf Commercial Avenue, Guttering, and Job
Work done on snort notice.
.1. S.Mitr.AIIET-IkalerlBhirdand tottlniD
t, Mooring, ceiling, ildlnc and auifoeed
tiimlH-r, lath and iblnglca. OfBo and yard
orn.-r Twentieth treet and Whington avenue
D, H ARTMAN-DeeUr la Quewnsware, Toy,
lui anil all klnil of fancy articles. Coomter
yal avenue, cornel Gib street.
WILLIAM WISTIU-lHth tieet between
?omuieri'.ial avenue and Washington avenue.
nothing and Merchant Tailoring.
JOHN A NTRIM Merchant Tailor and dealer
In !( ady Made Clothing. 71 Ohio Levee.
Heal KaUst Asenelea.
M. J. HOWLKY Keal KaUU Agent Bnyl
Mid telle real estate, eolleota rent, payi taxes
lor nnn-meidanta.ctn. Uomniercial avenue, be
iwnin Ninth aisd Tenth lreel. '
Cotton and Tobacco Factors ana pro-
Hptnra tit thm Karnlflra, Tnratr.m Warehouse.
I-', j. Ul Conimmercial Avenue
(' ASl'l.It Y08T-
l; General Forwarding and Commission
nirrrhant, for the aale or Farm, Garden, Or
'hard and Dairy I'roduoe. ' Ohio Levea.
P A. WHEKLOCK CO.
U General Forwarding and Commltalon
mrrrhanU, and dealer is all kind of Fruit and
I rodueo. Ohio Levee. Consignment eollo
iIh, ttuw.ilstaniieted on application.
The knights of the above order meet
I at their hall the tint and third Monday
i mi h month. Commercial avenue, Id door
itiuth ol Uth m .atupin.
. Vuqi.su, Q. G. If.
I V I I f !.
Knight of Pytaiea, meets every rn
day night at hall-past aeven, in Odd-
,,.,. ALEXANDHR LODGI, MO. 224.
i&i&jfci Independent Order of Odd-Fel.
VJv "JF Iowa, merta every Thursday night
t.Ctar tt half-pest aeven, In their kail oa
nmmercul avenue, lietweca Sixth and Sevan Ih
trrrta F. 1. KaxroHD, H. 0.
CAlUOLODUK.KO.ttrr.A.r. A A.M.
lioM rvgular communication In Ma
sonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
and Eighth itmt, on the second and
fourth Monday of each month.
little Celeraan'a uutry,
Mm. Lettle Coletuan baa reopened ber
laundry on Fourth street, between wash
In ton ana Commercial aTenuei, and take
this method oi Informing her old Iriendi
and patront tbat ah la aaln at their ser
vice, and soltcita their patronage. Sot baa
reduced price to suit tb time.
Poaltlvelr (he Beat.
lr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and llorebound is the Tory best com.
pound ever prcpnred, advertised, or sold
by any person, or under any name what,
ever, lor the immediate relief and per.
manent cure of coughs; colds, croup,
whooping cough, bronchitis, asthma,
and all diseases of a consumptive type.
It will thoroughly eradicate these alarm
ing symptoms in ouehalf the time re
quired to do so by any other medicine. It
is purely vegetable, and contains not a
particle ot opium or other dangerous
drug. It never fails. Every bottle
guarantied to perform exactly as repre
sented. Sold by
Barclay Dbos., Cairo, Ills.,
Also agents for Trot. I'arker's Heasant
Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. I'leaeantto take and requires
no physic. Price 25 cents. Try It.
A mo tig the Dead railage
Ot the past, how many bogus nostrums
may be numbered! Beginning their
careers with a trtnmduous flourish ot
trumpets, blazoned for a time la the
public pnuU and on flaming posters,
soon, but not too soon, were they rele
gated to the limbo oi things lost on
earth. But llostctter's Stomach Bitters
is a living and thriving remedy. It goes
on curing and to cure. Neither under
hand nor open competition affect it. On
the contrary, contrast with interior rival
preparations only increases its populars
Ity. Jt has been repeatedly imitatcJ,
but without success. Counterfeits ol it
have been surreptitiously Introduced,
but havj lallen Hat. Everywhere It en
trenches itself in the conlldenco of the
people; and well it may, lor it Is a
thoroughly reliable Invigorant of the
feeble, banishes dyspepsia and consti
pation, braces the nerves, enrcs rhcu
tnatic ailments and kidney complaints,
and eradicates And prevents Intermittent
and remittent lovers.
An Uiililnefl Opinion.
From Comley's Biographical Encyclo
peilia of the distinguished men of tlio
Empire State, wo clip the following
"Every cation owes Its peculiar charac
tcr, Its prosperity n brlel, every thing
that distinguishes it as an Individual na
tton to tho few men belonging to It
who lutye the courage to step beyond the
boundaries prescribed by partisanship!
professional traditions, or social customs,
In professional, no less than in political
life, there occasionally arise men who
burst the fetters ol conventionalism, in
dignantly rejecting the arbitrary limits
imposed upon their activity, and step
boldly forward Into new fields ot enter
prise. We call these men self-made.
The Nation claims them as her proudest
ornaments the men upon whom , she
can rely, In peace for her glory, In war
for her succor. Ot this class ot men the
medical profession hits furnished a dls
Unfinished example in tho successful and
justly celebrated physician, Dr. 11. V
Tierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., and any history
treating of tho Industries ol the Empire
State would bo Incompleto without
sketch ol tils useful life and earnest
work." Dr. Pieico Is well known to our
readers by his popular Family Remedies
and his excellent manual ot domestic
medicine, "The People's Common Sense
WEDNESDAY, March 13, 1878.
Taxpayers' Attention! Masting To-
Night, - The members of the Cairo Tax
payers-Association are hereby notlflod
tbat a special meeting of the association
will be held tbli ( Weoneaday) evening, at
half past 7 o'clock, la the office of A. Com-
ng'i Esq.; Commercial avenue.
By order of the Executive Committee.
. M. B. Habrell, Secy.
County Court will be In session to-day.
Shell oyatcrs just received at tho
Crystal saloon, IIakry Walkkk.
Remember that the tale at the Eich-
hoff furniture factory will be continued to
day. Shell oysters Junt received at the
Crystal saloon. . II auk v Walk tit.
Mrs, MoGruder, daughter of Mayor
Winter, is in this city visiting her
lather. . . .
Martin Crclghton, tho Irish poet, Is
father. Wo extend hnu our heart-felt
The Mite soj!ablet tho residence ol
M. B. Thistlewood was well attended
last night. , , ,
Don't forget the frto oyster soup at
o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial aves
Due. : - 1.4.U
Miss Belle Shepard, who has been
visiting Captain Nash, loft for ber homo
in Maysyllle, Ky., yesterday.
A bail was last night given by the
gilded butterflies" at Scheel'a hall. A
large crowd was present.
-The K. M. K. C. will to-night, at
their ball, give a supper to which many
of our clticens have been invited.
For Butter, Kg-g, Apple, etc., call at
Bo. M Ohio levee. '
. fl. LBIGUTOH
The publication of the official prc
ceedlngs of the board ot county commis
sioner In this issue of the Bulletin
crowds out considerable other matter.
The Her. Hix, the colored Baptiit
minister, baptized six colored women In
the Ohio river last Sunday. Ap
parently they were much refreshed.
At tho :city brewey, on the 20th
Inst, a raffle at twents-flve cents per
chance will take place for a beautiful
mirror. This is a cood opportunity to
Invest a "quarter."
Oyster soup lunch at llarrr H alker's
Crystal saloon' every evening at 0
By reference to the proceedings ot
the county commissioner published this
morning il will be seen that the boun
dary between Uuity and Thebes pre
clnott has been somewhat changed.
Mrs. Brewster, wife ot Conductor
Brewster of the Illinois Central
railroad, who has been visiting Mrs.
SpauMlng, returned to her home yester
The Excelsior Social and Literary
society which meet at the residence of
Miss Ella Bobbins to-night. It bos for its
subject ot debate 'Is man a creatue of
circumstances?" " '
'Our neighbor has been "getting his
loot in It" pretty lively lately, but Le
pulls out like a hero." So says tho Sun.
Wherein we havo been getting our foot,
wo are at a loss, to know, and that we
are do "sick In the mud" we need not be
Policeman Martin O'Malley diod at hi
residence on Twenty-eight street yester
day alter a lingering illnea. lie was an
honest man, and a faithful officer. His fu
neral will take place to-day at 2:30 o'clock
from the foot of 28th itrcct by special train
to Villa Klde.
Hon. Jas. M. Washburae, of Wll-
Hanson county, was in the city yester
day. Mr. Washburae has been solicited
to enter the field as a Democratic can
didate for congress next May, and may
probably consent to do so.
Children cry for Pitcher's C'astoria
It Is as pleasant to tuko as honey, it
contains no morphine or other deleter-
lovs ingredient, and is sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stomach, and ovcrcomo Irri
tation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Mothers can rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Cantoris, It is harm
less, It is certainly speedy, and It Is
cheap. - 11-11 -13 w
At the railroad depot last Sunday
they mot by chamie," Thomas M-
and Henry 11 did. Each had been
unconscious of tho other's goln, but it
now dawned upon their respective minds
that both were bound lor Dongola, Both
entered the car and were compelled to
tako the same scat, but being jealous of
each other ihiiy did not speak and each
sat quietly in docp meditation,, Henry
R . who under favorable circum
stances Is accustomed to speak to him-
self , soon startled tho passenger by tho
following: '. ' , ?
I want (who doe not want)? a wife, . ' -j
Affectionate and lair,
Toaolance 11 ' ,,!. '' i
This won too much for Thomas M
and to the great surprise ot the passen
gers he joined in and both went on as
follows i ' " f ' ' '5
all the woe of lire ,- :
And all it joy to share 1
Of temper sweet, ei yielding will, " .
Of flrm yet nlaeld mind,- - V f 'v
With all my faulti to love na (till , ;
Vf lthtentiment refined. '.: (
Whon they had finished they looked
daggers at each others, but said nothing,
nd when they arrived in Dongola, uns
like two brothers, they visited the young
lady at different times during the day.
r The above has been told us by a young
lady who rode In the same car with the
gentleman, and who vouchee for its
ILLINOIS NEWS, v J
Ebenczcr Turner, an old citizen of
Qulncy, having lived there forty-four
years, died at that placo Wednesday lost.
George Dospenctt, a wealthy farmer
near .Baybrook, was instantly killed by
lightning Wednesday. lie was mounted
on a horse and the same bolt killed both
rider and horse. " V ?vi
kludge 0. L. Davis at Danvllloi Wed
nesday last, sentenced the following per
sons to the penitentiary : John U. Cart
ncr, twenty-one years, for murder; John
Rogers, eighteen months; Daniel S.
House, one year; Samuel Kean, two
years, all for burglary; John Kllgore.two
years and six months, tor robbery; S. J.
Cox, eighteen months, for forgery. , ;
;, -; - c '. .
The pending city election oi Ottawa
involves the question of paying. $78,000
water bonds, given for tho construction
ot dams across tho Illinois and Fox riv
ers, which havo their conjunction hero,
or the repudiation of tho same. There is
considerable excitement. Hon. A, Lynch
Is a candidate in behalf ot the rrpudla
tionlsts, and Hon. J. D. Young on tho
opposite aide; ' '? ' 1 ; " :
A personal grievance between John
Rlggel and Wesley Howard, both of
Ripley township, Brown county, ended
Saturday. Howard shooting Rlggcl, the
latter dying In about an hour. Howard
gave himself up and claimed In Justifica
tion selt-deienso. ' ' ;' fi i !' 1 ii
Tlio old rule of collecting full hilly
sheet rates ten cents mote than ticket
rates from all passengers who without
tickets board trains at stations where
tickets arc procurable, wag last week re
stored on the C. B. & Q. road. This
rule existed four years ago, but at tiic
time of the granger excitment, wue with
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and after Tuesday, March 12tb,
Cairo fc ViDcennes passenger train No. 1
will leave Cairo at 4:43 a.m.,makingcIose
connection at Vincenncs tor all points
north and east, with parlor cars from
Vincennes to Terre Haute and Indiana-
polls, Danville and Chicago. . v : :
As heretofore, this line will continue
to make BETTER CONNECTION and
trom 2 to 0 hours quicker time to the
east, than any other.
Passengers by above train will reach
Chicago EVENING OF SAME DAY.
Seven hours in advance of any other line.
- ' f F. A. MILLER,
Gen'l Pass, Agt.
Died. Tuesday, March 12th, 1878, at
his residence, on Twenty-eighth street,
Martin O'Malley, aged forty-eight years.
The funeral will tako place from the late
reeidence of deceased by special train to
Villa Ridge at 2:30 o'clock p. m, to-day.
The train will leave from tho foot of
Twenty-eighth street. The friends and
acquaintances of deceased and his family
are invited to attend.
For Ren-t. A suit of rooms suitable
for one or two gentlemen, on first floor.
Apply to Mrs. W.F, Pitcher,
3-12-3t 18th St. and Com'l. Ave.
When in the course of human events
the constitution commauccs to tieik
down, and the system becomes debili
tated, is it not wife to know what to do,
and in whom to trust? Many, through
prejudice, rcluse to hear or read any
thing concerning physlciuns or medi
cines, but when in need blindly and con
tentedly acquiesce In the choice of friends.
Suppose au investment beiomes jeo
pardized, involving a few hundred dol
lars, would you entrust its management
others with as little concern and
thought as you would trust a physician
with your lile? Tho Family Medicines
Dr. Pierce of the Grai.d Invalids'
Hotel, ot Buffalo, have held the field tor
many years against all those of compet
ing and rival manufacturers, and are to-
dav the standard medicines of America.
His Golden Medical Discovery has
no equal in purifying add enriching the
blood, strengthening the stomach, and
aiding digestion, and ussituillatlou. Uls
Pleasant Purgative I'clluia act mildly,
yet positively upou the liver, overcoming
tropldlty" and perfectly and perma
nently curing constipation, while tho
Favorilo Prescription Is sold under a
positive guaranteo to cure tho many Ills
and weaknesses peculiar to females. The
Common Scnso Medical Adviser is an
illustrated work on douteslU medicine,
of nearly one thousand pages, replete
with practical suggestions to old aud
young. Over one huruircu inousana
conies already sold. Price $1.50. Ad
dress tho author, R. V. Pierce, M. M.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Tho following named parties testify to
the ctllcaey of Dr. Pierce's Family Med
icines : ,' -
Geo, llultdgcr. Willlnmport, Pa.; V.
W.Crady, Uallock, 111.; Thds. Beene,
Struttonvlllc, Pa.; Ella Darrow, Median
icsburg, Ohio; Hannah Sharpless, Glen
Mills, Pa.; Simon Smith, Youngstown
Pa.; G. F, Vernier, South Creek, Pa.; L
Bryant, Wenonia, 111.; Peter Mlllcn-
berger, Qulncy, III.; Mrs. W. S. Boner,
Homer, La.; John Martin, Vernon
Center, N. Y.; L. Thompson, Si'
dney, Ohio; Mrs. D. B. McMillan, Ar
llngton, Ga.; Mrs. Mary E. Heckendom,
W. Branch, Wis.; John C. Morse, M. D
Prophetstown. Iowa; Mrs, Emma A.
Melcalf, Wrights, l'a.; Mrs. A. M. Can-
em, U2 Portind street, Toronto, Oot.
MiMfy;Borlies EggertsvfleVJN. W
Mrs.., Ocelli' K. "Julian Birmingham,
Conn.; Isaac Elliot, Sharronvlllc, Ohio;
S. R. Fernl, Danville, Va.; John
S. Glandon, Ablngtpu, Hllnols;
Mrs. Joel Gregory, Richmond, Iowa;
Mlss;j, F.Rom, East Poughkcepslc, N.
Y. ; M las ..Mary ,Jfi. ,Sttruip , Paw Pain,
Mich.; Andrew Williams, P. 11.,' Kim
Tree, Tetin.; Joseph llarrold, .Fayette,
Mich.; R. Z. Heywood, Waterlle.Mo.;
H. C. Hoorchnor, Eureka,. Novr- J.
' Hon. Chas. L. Wilson, proprietor of
the Chicago Evtning Journal, died at San
Antonla, Texas, whither he had gone for
the benefit of Its health, on Saturday
TBI FTOEBAI. AaOSTATECOlBrt,
i iMa complained In the south and west
that the federal courts art absorbing the
Jurisdiction ot the state courts by means
of - tho law which under certain circum
stance; permits cause to be removed
from the latter to the former. So crowd
ded have tho federal-court dockets ben
come that congress U continually asked
lor appropriations for extra terms, etc.
The judiciary committee of the bouse is
now considering the bill ot Mr. Town
send, of Illinois, to repeal the law per
mitting cases to be removed from state
courts to federal courts, and the indica
tions are that their report on it will be
favorable '!;;... 't
The above Is from a correspondent
of the Richmond LKtpatch of Marcb 4th.
In It Mr. Townscnd's bill Is no doubt
gaining friends very rapidly. There Is
co longer any necessity tcr a law author
izing the transfer ot cases from the state
to the federal court. The state courts
are the forms for settling all controver
sies between citizens, whether they be
of the samo or dlflercnt states, except In
such cases as Involve the construction ol
the United States constitution or statutes,'
then the federal court Is the form.
Some people suppose trom some cause
that tho L'uitcd States courts aro pro-
sided over by Judge ot superior learning
and integrity. Tills Is a very great' mis
take. The United States judges are
chosen from tho bench or bur of the
state, and there is no elevating or ens
lightening qualities about the United
States bench, more than attaches to the
state bench. . Tho law authorizing the
transfer of case trom tho statoto the
federal court is ot noadvantago to any
one, except the wealthy citizen or cor
poration that takes to law as a luxury to
themselves or scorge to others. This
question is sure to be a leading question
In the state campaigns tu Is fall; and, 11
not settled before that time by a repeal of
the obnoxtious laws, it will he a leading
question in the presidential campaign of
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Washington, D. C.,' March 11, 1S7S.
As a pardon cannot be granted in
Louisiana without the consent ot the
state senate, that body is to be
in special session to ratify the act of
Governcr Nlchollsln pardening Ander
son ot the returning board, This is the
second extra session of a legislative
body manipulated by Mr. Hayes. Gov.
Nicholls should think twice belore taking
this step. An unconditional pardon to
Andersen and amnesty to Wells will re
move any inducements they now have to
tell the truth about Louisiana afiairs.
- 1BK HOt'SB COMMITTEES
are fairly at work In their numerous and
important investigations, and some of
the members say they have already made
discoveries of (treat importance. Details
are promised at an early day.
our new minister to Germany, is very
cordially received during his short stay
here. The appointment was to every
way an excellent one, aod the universal
satisfaction it gives will, perhaps, induce
Mr. Hayes to give us more of the same
THE WORE OF C0NORESS
is really in a more advanced state ttian
appears Irom the published proceedings.
The committees are well up with the ap
propriation bills. Experienced members
think an adjournment may be reached by
the Arst of July.
FROM TOM SCOTT.
The following is direct from Tom
Scott, and may be taken as bis under
standing ot what congress Is asked to do
for the Txas Paritlu.
It is that the government shall guar
antee the payment of lutercst at the rate
ot five per cent, on tho company's
bonds, not' to exceed for nil purposes
$83,500,000, for the construction aud
equipment ot the main line from Fort
Worth to the Pacific Ocean. Ot this
amount only $21,750,000 can bo used for
purposes of construction and equipment,
tho balance at the rato ot $.,000 per mile
to remain in the United States treasury
as ono of tho protections to the govern
ment against the payment ot Interest.
of the senate Judiciary committee ap
pears conclusive as to the right ot con
gress to force the Pacific railroads to live
up to the letter and spirit of their con
tract with the government, and I believe
all concerned may rest cany under tho
assurance tbat a way will bo found the
present session to oblige them to do so
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
" Notice Is hereby given that the tax
books for tho taxes of the year 1877,
having been turned over to me, I nm
now rcodv to receive taxes, and urge
upon oil tho necessity lor prompt pay.
mcnt as tho timo is short.
Pktkk Saup, Collector.
Cairo, Feb. 20, l$78,-tf.
Notion la herebv elven to.J. D. Lewis,
of Providence, U. I., owner of lots 24 and
2iY hiiwk a:i. oitv of Cairo, tbat the build-
Ing tuoron u dangerous w iub emui
' . ' . ... . r
adjacent property, u ucviuu
nuisance by the city council at a regular
meeting on February 12th, 1878, on petii
tioa M !fle property holder ot the
BtffhborSijodVio. wmpllanw with the
oKlUianoolthf city. jMow. tterefore.
i . . i.o i.t i n. I.a wis. or h s atrent. shall
Ln,mnv.. the buildino: or abate said
nu sance WltniU WO uaya irom lire u
Hereof. I will prooeei to- take the neces
aary steps tor the removal of eald builds
Ing and atmto mc pi ,'"A
. .If JfJCr.Cltf Marshal of Cairo, Ill.
Van RiOT.-Threecomloitaye rooms
WaiWngton an4 ConMrelal avenue
Democratic" County Convention.
A mass convention of the Democratic
voters of Alexander county, will be held
at the court house, In this city, on Saturs
day, March 30th, next, at 3 o'clock p.m.,
for the purpose et electing threo dele
gate to the state convention to be held
at Sprlngtlold ou April 11th, next; and
three delegates to the district convention
to be held at Centralis on May lGtli, next.
Titos. W. Ualliday, Chairman.
Cairo, Ills., March 7, 178.
Cairo & Vincennes Railroad.
Passengers leaving Cairo at 4:45 a.m.
reach Chicago the evening of same day
7 hours in advance of any other
line from Cairo.
;1'arlob Cars are now run by this
line, Vincennes to Terro Haute, Danville
Close connection Is also mado at Union
depot, Vincennes, with Parlor Cars for
Indianapolis, reaching tbat point at
Sleeping Car berths from Indianapolis
or Cincinnati, cast reserved from Cairo.
F, A. MiLLKitTGon.Pass. Agt.
Notice Is hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between the
undersigned, under the firm name of "titu
art i. Qholon,"has this day .been dissolved
by mutual consort, the said Qholson taking
the assets and assuming the debts of said
firm. Ciu8.lt. Stuart.
' " W. E. Uholson.
Cairo, III. Marcb, 4,1878.
Having this day purchased Mr Stuart's
Interest in the above firm, its property, as
sets and good will, I take pleasure in an
nouncing that I shall continue the business
at the old stand; where grateful to my
friends and the public generally for past
favors and patronage, I respectfully ask a
eontluancc of such favors and patronage.
W. E. Qholson.
Cairo 111, March 4, 1878. d-lm
Larger than Life t
On receipt of $1.50 1 will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 500 times any
small object. A very useful and instruc
tive instrument, brass mounted and put
up in a neat case, warranted as recom
mended or the money refunded,
Its magnifying power is so great that
living objects can bo readily discovered
In a drop of water, aud for examining
small objects, all manner of Insects, the
texture of cloths, &c.i detecting foreign
matter In sugar, tlour and other articles
of diet, for detecting counterfeit money,
and a hundred other uselul purposes.it
will be found Invaluable.
An endless source of amusement for
the coming winter evenings. Sent by
mail on receipt of price.
61 Tark I'laco, N. Y. City.
KEV7 INSURANCE AGEXCY
HELLS dt ItEHTll.
Ofllce at Alexander Co. Bunk,
Risks written in first class Companies
At fair rates, bee advertisement.
13. IT". PAXIKEK
CITY BOOK & NEWS STORE
AGENT KOU TIIK
and Bag Co.,
Printed Wrawins Paper,
Butter Trays, &c,
FOR SAl.B AT MA.NUl'ACTUKKitS l'HICES.
Ko. 1-0 i'oiitinnrolnl Avenue.
Nheboyiil Wntrr, Alo, Iteer, Ctl-r,
ninernl nuu noun wan r.
Mr. Andrew Lohr has constantly on
hand Iresh receipts of the famous She
boygan witter, oud ho Is now ready to
lill orders for any quantiiy, either bot
tled, in kegs, or by the jug. This water
is celebrated for Its eflleitcy in curing
piles, constipation, .i 'n ';isla, headache,
and diseases of it.o Ktuin:,e!i and liver,
It Is pleasant to the t iMc, an 1 sure to do
good to those who tuku it. Mr. Lohr is
also prepared to supply families with
ale, beer, or eider, put up in bottles or by
tho quantity, as may lie desired. Also
soda and mineral waters in bottles.
Goods delivered in itrty part of tho city
without extra ehiirp1, 3-:Miu,
Jh'kw Goodh. Mrs. S. W illiamson will
continence to receive her spring stock ot
milhneiy goods on . the tlrst of March,
and dally thoreafu-r until her stock is
oomnlete. Mrs. Williamson has also
purchased a full stock ot notions and
lowolry ol all kinds, which sho will he
able to sell to her patrons at greatly ru
diiood ptices. Sho bits bought for etsh,
and defies comtmtillon In her lino of btnl
Hess, and Invites an Inspection of her
tout. , 31-11
Ed. liraxton has returned to his old
stand In tho Reiser building, wheru he Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons mid the public who
niiiy favor him with a call. Ho has gone
to considerable expeimo lu fitting up a
couple of nlouly furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. Ho em
ploye only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in stylo ami will . rtwlvo
" arvtaloni, ' 1
Dry salt meats, bacon sides, shoulders
and hams, tierce, barrel and bucket lard
I aula guins nwa am, iui nun tun a
.hi- i ., r.. ...i
Old Father Timo Caught at Last.
A NUMBER ONE RELIABLE CLOCK FOR $3.
OWING TO rULI- TIMES AND OHBATJSHBIVKA.OB IWTAHJES, We h are deteranatd a
reduce the miceof our Thirty Uent Htaan-WiBdlBSI OIll tj TJIEKIC DOLLAR
eut to any ailJreln the United State by expree Free of elpenae to the purchaser each aaa tvera
Clock warranted fur two year. This oiler only remain good for alary day from the date of thi aa-per-
Theao Clock are our own nianuboture, Now i lha time to secure a good Clock far abooal
noihina; - . '
Note Theso Inntnictiong. Clook can be returned and money will be refunded If purekaam ar
lot latlefiwl. Ulve full name, pnat orrtiw, county and state and nearest upree offlc as wt send
rood exclusively by express. The siiteat way to send money la by post ottto (mler or reenter
post office department deliver no registered leltors or money on money order te only
parties, consequently tbla would be the aatest way of ordering our clook. Address
SIGNAL SERVICE REPORT.
station. low watm. UUe or Fall
rr. ik. rr. in.
Cairo :n 7 XI 7
Cincinnati Ti It X I
l'aveuport 2 0 X i
Httatmrn 7 1
Louiivllle lu I) 1
Keokuk 3 o 1
81. Loin - tS o XI
JAMKS M. WATSON,
Sergeant Signal Service. U. 8, A
Tlio steamer Shannon from Ouachita
river for New Orleans with 900 bales cot
ton on board struck tho monitor Canonlus
anchored in the river at the foot ot Canal
street,and sunk lu a few moments. 'Boat
and cargo a total Ioss,but the people wrro
all saved. She was owned by Captain
Jack Dc Hart, of Louisville, and Chas H.
Arthur, ot New Orleans. Sho was valued
at ten thousand dollars, aud was insured
for six thousand dollars.
The iron Bteumcr built at l'ittsburg for
Dumont of Cincinnati was launched on
Tho Thompson Deua makes ono moro
trip in the lower trade and then comes
up the river. Her new glass chandeliers
are up and aro said to be beautiful.
The Gold Dust, up yesterday, has a
good trip of sugar, etc., for St. Louis.
The Samuel Huberts has tlye barges of
3tavcs, six barges freight, and a fine
boat for Now Orleans. Sho mado aJUK
Col. Kearden is iu Evansville on busis
Tno Jno. W. Garrett and barges passi
ed south night Ulore last, and haye en
gagements to fill out below here.
I'he U.T. Schenck passed down duep
Iy laden for Now Orleans.
The Future City cleared with three 1
barges and will till out below.
The.Lioness returns to St.JLouIs. ZZ2
The following is tho report of Dr. H.
Waldo, surgeon iu chargo of the Mar
ine Hospital at this port, forthe month
of February last: Number
of patients on hand, Feb.
15. Admitted during tho month, 15;
died, 1; discharged, 13; remaining on
hand, Feb. 28, 1G; number of patients
given ofllce relief, 17; number of doses eo
Captain Loud, of Pittsburg, Is In tlio
city settling up the business ot the
The Ste. Genevieve brought CC0 sacks
cotton seed for this port, and has a big
cargo for St. Louis. Captain Henry
Dietrich, clerk of tho burned 6teamer
City of Chester, is a passenger to St.
Louis on the Ste. Genevieve.
It is rumored that tho Gold Dust will
come out In tho Anchor Line hereafter.
They Hellove Pain.
1'hey subdue swellinga.
They cure burns without s scar
The Tho Whim Cantnur Liniment is now
the Hiandard remedy for iihcuniatism, Neuralgia,
Sciatica, Lunibatio, uot biles, Caked I'leaats,
Itch, Cutaneous ejuiiti'iin, etc. I'liese LiulinentS
have stood Hie tens of time. They have perform
ed more wndrful cures of obstinate bed-ride'en
cripplra aiul have alleviated more paius in a ihor'er
space of til til a ll have all other Linimcnua
r.niDrocauonH, r.atr.u;is, inuiiiicn.-,
incxiitcnre. Their sale Is increasing regularly
and rapidly. Tlicirlw.it enJomers are pliysicunn,
sursuons and vetcrinarics. There il lunially no
case of flesh, bone or muscle nllment upon man or
beast which the Lcmaur I junnentt wiu not huc'i
iite and generally mtc but it inut lie understood
that there are two kinds of Liniment: tile While
is for family use and ihe Vcllow lor horses ami
animals, t ot liorsca and mules liable 1 1 spavin
ItiiiK-bono. Wwceney, tfalld, Mtriins, Bttine-rmll,
foil-evil, etc, the Yellow CeuUiur Lini-
mnnt.: wnlll: III WCIuIlt III cold. " luive
thoiuamls ol certificates relating how tliotuumls of
valuable hones have liecn 8eeiiiy restored ny a
dollar buiilc of ihisall-hcalnig remedy, 'I He same
Is constantly told of the tflcctvon the hunina
U imo. I'criwns hohlillng (m erutirhe tor yenrs
ftnni Siiff.Iiiint. Tumor, and Old Sores, have by
the use oi the White Centaur Liniment, hcen
rramrrcl in theusenf all their limbs. The effects
are next to marvels. We will Rivo the Mnlment
to anvperson svho ever heard of n railurc. Huch
a case has never Iwen reported to us. Those Tjnl-
ItKntsarc now told throughout llic inhatituulC
J. U.ltUMi.TU., iu Licy street, new lorn.
To the tavdi' but ileaih t tti fpm and Stomai'li 'com
plaints. Pitch a aetoria ' s a complete win
stitule turlKstui uilaudis aa pleasant to tuke as
Hnnev. Il Is parliculiirly auapua lo leetrung i ui
Irritable children. It destroys worms, auimjlt-i.s
the food, r.'Kubites the Stomach, und kiirea Wind
lUilic. No remedy is n etlicacious, tor feverish.
ness.Croup, Wuruuana wiioupinn cougiu- aa
toria Is a purely vegetable preparalion, more el.
fei tivu than astorla Oil, md neither (aga. nor
8P- " ' ', '
Messrs. J. 11. liOMaAt:., N V.:
J have a lamilyoi ciut oniuircn, una navv uscj
yourCaturia. 1 have never found anythiug .eiuai
toil. Jtly chilkrcn have be n saved from severe
sickness by Ihe use of Cast or ia. I recommend it
o prvferennc to any otlier meliciiie 1 know. I
cm It a pleasure to give ims ceruncact un atwum
of ihe beiielits 1 haue derived by Uie use of, your
admirable preparation. ).. v .
Very vjruiy ionr, ...
.noiimav i. urri.it,
awsaBsapM f Anv
rKCH 1 ancf ftirwnrd lue a list of the
unities ot itilushle pursnus oi their acqnaintunue
who wish to procure an Instrument, either Pi
ano or Organ, 1 will use my best endeavor to
sell tnnn nnn. anil for everv llluno I succeed in
selling to their list wtthln one year, I will credit
them wun iu, ana tor every orgaa eo, ro ue ap
plied on puynu'llt ot rimer a pinno or organ ;
and when it ainom.ts to a sum sulttctent to pay
tiv Instraiiivnt. selected at the Mivtr.ni'
WllOLKSALb PKICK. 1 will intniedintcly ship
the iDslriimeiit. free, or after any amount is
nrwdittMi thA IiuIruim inav he Dsld me in cash and
need not bo known In the mutter, and will be
win timn ihm tii..m ina instrument, xnev
doing their mend a real acrviee, is i anau
make M fcClAi. uriiruu useui, awuing a
BUl'l UlOtt INSTltUMENT for Itom ONlt-
UALIf to TAVO-lIUrU)tt what U ordlaarUy
asked by agents. Mease send nut list at oaoeu
ami after you have made inquiry, you can add
to It. Address,
tl Sfltf. Pall saatl ajlt I
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
" Late) of taa Bt Char lea.
RATES: 12.00 PER DAY
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS JNO CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also has constantly
on hand a
Largo Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES, ETC..
At Wholesale and Retail.
At the Old Dclmonico Hotel,
S-im JS"o 68 Ohio IiCvee
. R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Be tail Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
vhansH of aix koiin.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSR8. fMYTH A CO., have eonitantlyi
lame stock ot the beet eroods in the mar
ket, and give e.ptcial attention to the whole
sale braneh of the business.
City Vat!onal Bank Building, up.ataira. -
The Oldest Established Agency ia SoaUien
IlllnoU, and representing' over
165 OOO OOO
CAIEO & ST. LOUIS E. B
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
mffi train by tills road onnsect rt St.
KiLHt St. Louis, with au ether lines to
the North, Eaat atstl Weat.
TIME SOHCDTLE .
Thronxh Exprois Invm Cairo S a.m
. Arrives K. St. Iuis 5 :J6 p.iu
Muriihysboro Accommodation Leavca
Cairo - II :WI p.oi
Through Express Leaves E. Rt. Louis S iWa.m
" Arrives at Cairo b,Vi p.ru
Murphyslwro AceouunodatUin Leaves
Alurphysboro 2;10 a.m
VMrirnrp His Oim amlHt
XVl ii.1k. iH the li.O.V ALL HAIL ItuUTS be
tween Cairo and St. Louia under one nian
nucmcnt; therefore there aro no delay at way
stations awaiting connevlious trom other line.
Passengers Going North, Northeast and! West
should not buy thoir tickets until they have M
a mined our rates and route ... nr,
V. C HDKLL, U. T. WH1TLOCK
t reightAgt. Paesenter Agent.
L.M. JOUSSON, Uen'l ManaKer.
Illuslratal Monthly Magazine.
W.V, nnmK.. f.Hlaln. ihlrtV-tWO DA2 Ot
raatlimr uuiter. many line wood cut i iliwtratioa
and one colored plute. A leauumi earden mK-
ar.uic printed on eu nam paper, ams iui. '
formaioa. lu Lnglish ami Uermau. 1 net i
lower and VcReiaWe (Janlen, n" ceul
ivers. In elegant clotn covers i.
RtalnOTie MM flliMirarioni. only two
Addieee, Jajnes Vlek, Kochestcr. N.V.
VicVslIllMtrated Priced Catalagut. '
Kui..nitr.il hum. tkk) tllu tralioni. with de-
Rciiptlonsof ihousnuds of the best vegetable and
llwurs in the world, and tlie way to grow Uiem.
all for a two cent tieatage itaiup. PrinUd in
German and English,
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden. W cesU
In pniier oover. In elegant eloth envera, IL
lea s liiustrateu aioniniyauKuw u. rmt
fine illuslrationa and colored plalea in every
niunber. irice (1 a year . Ave copies for '.
Address, Jiuues) VICJt. Jtucnesier, r.. s. (
k VuVi' Floiiitr atid Vtgetabte Clank."
I thi) moat beautiful work of the kind in th
world. It contain nearly IV) nagea. hundred
of flue illuatnuion, and all chroiao plates beau
tifully drawn ml colored from nature, rricejo
.euu in paper covers, $1 In cloth, 1'rlnled m
Verniaa and Knglisa. . '
Viok's Catalogue, 0O Illustrations, on 17
Address, Jamea Vick, ilocbeskr, S. s.
FicA's FUnotrand YtgtMU Setd:
Are planted by a atiUlon people i
Bee Vlck'a Catalogue 300 llluttrstloBJ. only I
VI.-V. ntu.miMl MnnthlvMaarailns Rpag,
flna illiutnttiana .! minred Diss aoa sunisel,
Price SI a year, rive copies fori.
Vltlk's riower and Vegetable oajnwn, renw
In paper cww re, with eletraat elota cavers 1 . .
All .v .mhliratinna ar Dnntee in taglltn
ana uermaa. Auirei .sun . v
i-ait .Kockwur. .
E. N. Fresliinaii uro
r ADVJCBTISINO AGJCNTS, ,
WOW. Fourth St,
a .niha'it1 te receive ariettas. I at tw
CM rj O
truth,.; , AWXI.r'TZg,
No.70ind 710hlolevoe. .,,