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8 URO BUSINGS HOUSES.
t. A ny button flia bMthraaljMi
pvM, In tali oolumn luuler eppropeiata beadle
liberate nl tl.AO per roonih or Itfperyear
iyebl qnarterly in advance. ,
llnrilwar), Staves ut Tin Ware).
LT.KY Dealer In Stoves, Tin tad Hard-vnr-,
(ini'lm and Farmers' Implement, Wirt
ir.ncU, Hefrifferators, i'umps aod ladders.
IS Commercial Avenue. Uutterioe;, tad Job
Work done on short notice.
I. S.MnGABET-DetlerlnhnrdtBd aofUaM
Vr, lloorlnir, oeillnx, ildlnc and surfroed
lumtier. lath and shinnies. Offlos and yard
nranr Twentieth street nd Washington .venna-
Uiuia and all kinds of fenny article. Commer
j'al avenue, corner Ui street.
WIU.IAU WINTEO-Slxlh strsei between
mrnruia avenue and Washington avenue.
iothiaK stud Meretaani Tailoring.
.JOHN ANTRIM Merchant Tailor and dealer
In kinilv Made Clothm. 71 Ohio Lares.
Heal Katate Afeneles
HOWLKT Real Estate Agent.
i nd tella real estate, collects rent, pays taxes
twwen Nioth sad Tenth streets.
Ml N k U. A TU18TLK WOOD
Cotton and Tobuoeo Factors and pro
i riitors of the farmers' Tobacco Warehouse.
1 A 4 in Cominnu-rr.ial Avenue
lUM'Kll YOST- i
j General Forwarding; and Commission
merchant, for the aale of Farm, daxilea, Or
Imril end Dairy I'rodane. w Ohio Levee.
1 A. WHKBLOCK CO.
fj General forwarding and ComtnUsloa
iirrrrhants, and dealers U all kinds of Fruit snd
I'Todure. 64 Ohio Levee. Consignments solic
ited, HteacJIa tarnished oaspplicaiion.
K M. K. C
The knights of the above order meet
at their lull the flnt and third Monday
i ciu-b month. Commercial avenue, 2d door
outa of Ulh mtt ,atsft.m.
i iVUquim.G. 0. M,
AT.EXANDHR LODGE, NO. Ml.
Independent Ordev of Odd-Iel--jJ.Z'
,w,; eT,rT Thursday night
"im- hlf-jrt arven, In their hail on
nmmorcial avenue, Iwiwecn Hlzth and Seventh
rows F. D. lisxroHD, H. O.
CAlllOIXHKJK. NO.OT.A.F. A A.M.
J Hold regular eornmunleaUons in Ma
sonic Hall, eomer Commercial avenue
' 'and Eighth street, on the second and
t urth Monday of each month.
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and after Tuesday, March 12th,
Cairo & Vincenues passenger train Jfo. 1
will leave Cairo at 1:45 a.m., making close
connection at Vincenncs lor all points
north and east, with parlor cars from
Vinccnnes to Term Haute and Indiana
polie, Danville and Chicago.
As heretofore, this line will continue
to make BETTER CONNECTION aod
lrom 2 to 6 hours quicker time to the
i ant, than any other.
Passengers by above train will reach
Chicago EVENING OF SAME DAY.
Seven hours in advance of any other line.
V. A. MILLER,
Gen'l fast, Agt
Positively Che Beat.
1 r. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and ilorehound Is the very best com
pound ever prepared, advertised, or sold
by any iienon, or under any name what.
t'Vt-r, for the immediate relief and pur
tuaoeut euro of coughs, colds, croup,
whooping cough, bronchitis, asthma,
nod all diseases of a consumptive type.
It will thoroughly eradicate these alarm
ing symptoms in cue-half the time rts
quired to do so by any other medicine. Ic
is purely vegetable, and contains not a
panicle ot opium or other dangerous
drug. It never fall. " Every bottle
guarantied to perform exactly as repre
sented. Sola by ; ?, '
Bakcliy Bros., Cairo, Ills.,
Also agcats for Trot. 1'arker'g Tleasant
V'orm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physic. Price 23 cents. Try It.
Among lh Dead k'allarea
Ot the past, how many bogus nostrums
, may to numbered ! Beginning their
careers with a tnmanduous. flourish ot
trumpets, blazoned for a time in the
public prints and on flaming posters,
soon, but not too soon, were they role
gated to the limbo ot things lost on
eartb. But llostetter's Stomach Bitters
is a living and thriving remedy.; It govt
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
Iry. It has been repeatedly Imitated,
but without success. Counterfeits of It
liaye beeu surreptitiously Introduced,
but, hav3 tallen Hat. Every where iten
trendies Itself In the confidence of the
people ; and. well It may tor it I
thoroughly reliable , luvigoront of the
feeble, banilies lysperwla and constl
pation. braces the nerves, cures rhcu
in n tic ailments and kidney complaiutB,
and eradicates and prevents Intermittent
ami remittent levers.
The KorbM llnner.
An eminent clergyman onemairl thnt
a change of tomaeh; and 'liter would
honeiit the morbid sinner almost as
much as a change of heart; yet many
still attribute an Irritable temper and
rnorosa disposition ' to the. Ingenious
workings ol. the devil, while -they are
simply tho Symtpoms of dyspepsia, tor
pid liver, coofctlpation and general or
ueivous debility, and are readily cured
by the use of a lew bottles ot Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant
Turgative Pellet. . Home way be per
suadfd Into trying other remedies on the
plea that thry are "cheaper" and "JuBtas
good," but niter rising a icw of tho pecu
liar and lieteroffcnpous eomotnatlona,
Ibey iiniilly prefer to return t ) a remedy
that liHe(ned a reputation by reason
of Its merit. ' Dr. Pierce's Family Mod!
clues aro prepared from the choicest ex
tracts, at great expense, and under the
immedlato supervision of askllllul oheiru
1st, whose business It Is to know their
purity aud strength; hence the success of
( these reoedles In overcoming disease.
THURSDAY, March 14,1878.
' eal Brevlllea,
Mr. John P. Ilely has returned and
will now remain with us.
. yiieil oysters
iust received at the
Thomas Nalloy, Esq.; formerly an
Attache of the Bulletin Is In the city.
.Shell oysters just received at the
Crystal saloon. Hakky Walkex.
Division Superintendent C. A. Beck,
of the Illinois Central railroad, was In
the city ysstcrday. ,
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
0 o'clock this eyeningat Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial avc
v nm., V,
Apple!), etc.. call at
Ko, C4 Ohio Isvm. .
' Mr, Wm. Stlnson, former yard
master of the Illinois Central railroad at
this point, yesterday left for Chicago,
and will make that city his future home.
J. C. Clarke, vice-prelrlont of tho
Mississippi Central railroad, passed
through this city lor the south with a
royal car yesterday.
A furnished room, suitable for the
occupation of a single gentleman can
be rented from M. B. Harrell, 302 Wasbr
lngton avenue. ' 3-14-3t I
Oyster soup lunch at Harry W alker's
Crystal saloon every evening at 9
o'clock. 1.4. tt
Mr. Georgo Lufkins, of the Illinois
Central, has taken the place of William
Stimson, who was formerly yardinaster
of that road. Mr. Stimson left for Chica
We understand there will be no
racing In the park next Saturday, owing
to tho inability of those Interested to
procure horses. A good reason this.
Six clerks ot the stone depot have
lately lo&t their situations, the cause be
inj a desire to economise on the part ot
the management of the road.
At the ;clty bruwey, on the 20th
Inst, a raflle at twentiflve cents per
chance will take place for a beautiful
mirror. This is a good opportunity to
invest a "quarter."
The Presbyterian sociable takes place
to-night at the parsonage ot the Presby
terian church. llefreslimcnU will be
served and a good time la expected.
Everybody should go.
John Tanner, the enterprisingVrocer
on the corner of Eleventh street aud
MBAuiogton avenue, nas purchased a
handsome delivery wagon and will here
.a. I .
after deliver groceries ; without extra
The funeral of Martla O'Maley
which took place yesterday, was largely
attended. In Mr. O'Maley, our com
munity has lost an efficient officer and
an honest and honorable gentleman.
One of our most popular young
men, who resides within a stone's throw
of the court house," wilt," no it ?ii whis.
pered, shortly become a husband. May
hii marriage be productive of much
geod.ls our. wish.'." ", '
Next Sunday being St, Patrick's
day, the St, Patrick's Benevolent Society
and the Ancient Order ot Hibernians
will, as usual, turn out on that day.
They make a tine appearance, and It the
weather Is fayorablo the turn-out will
be a large oue. , ." ii '
Hunting or trading boat tor sale very
cheap. The prettiest, fastest and roost
convenient little boat on the rivers.
Stem wheel worked by band. Came from
St. Louis la 63 hours. ??ow lying in
creek, south-east of city, near St, Charles
hotel. Apply on board. , 3-li-lt
At tbe last meetingl tho Excelsior
Social and Literary society held at tho
residence of Miss fclla Robbins the
question, "Is "man a creature ot circum
stances," was decided In the negative.
The next meeting ot tho society will be
held at the residence ot the Mises Pitch,
er. and the question for rebate will be,
Should trial by Jury be abolished?"'
The mite society at Captain TliL-tlo
wood's residence on,.Tuesday evening
was well attended, and was very , en
joyable. The music lor the evening was
furnished by Messrs. Frank Van Doren,
W. F. Mclvec, " Miss Sarah Black,
Miss llattie Mch.ee and Miss Emma
James, organist." The feature of , tho
cvcningAvas the singing of Miss Black
and Miss McKeee, which comprised boIos
and duettes, and was exceptionally tine.
The Knights of the Mystic Crew In
stalled their officers last night and pnrtN
clpatod, with Invited guests, in a banquet
without wine, but with wit, lemouadn,
coffee and -many other very palatable
things.' Speeches , were mode, song?
were sung and jollity held high biltdt
coroua carnival. Lnlortiinately Some
of our printers cannot hear well enough
to work" Inter, and we must therefore de
fer a full report ot the banquet until to
morrow, when wo shall glfe verbatim
report of tho speeches, taken In short
hand by one of' the pupils of tho high
ecbeol. ' - c
Laslbaturday quite a little stir was
created on Fourteenth between Walnut
and Cedar streets, caused by the 11 nding
of l negro baby in an outhouse of a ouril
iuii, uiftM iuiuiij, iiu iniuiij t,iniwi,i-
posed of an old gentleman, an oll lady
and their daughter, who H a Vdow.
The old lady hearing the child t ry, (o
she says,) walked Into tho out lion- and
found the child on tho lloor. The
daughter , at first denied having any
knowledge of tho child, but has siuco
aoceptod It u her own. ..Theio ire thoso
who say that the child was not found on
the floor, but in tbe vault.. However
mis may pa, we oonuuci oi ine wornsn
feat been rery itraoge. , J
CITY COUNCILaTO -j: r
Council Chamber, Cairo, Ills., 1
March 12. 1878. I
Present-Ills Honor, Mayor Wlitari
and Aldermen Foley, Ilalllday, O'Calla-
hsn ratter, ' fitttenhouse, Vood and
'"T-T .-I ..fll i;,
On moUon of Alderman Uittenbouse,
ttq minutes of lastjprecedlnf rneetinf
' ij 1.5 -I .i
were approved witnour wmg reau. "
Communication from the mayor :
To th City Council ot lb City of Cairo.
Uk.ntlbmen:-! herewith hand you
circular and letter from Joseph Drown,
chulrinun on Mississippi river improves
ruent convention that was ,beld at St.
Paul. October 11th and 12th, 1877, and
request that you take Immediate action
iu the matter by iuaklpg the. appropri
ation asked for, r r.f
At your last regular weetlnrf 1 tv lu
structed to appoint a committee of thre
to act together with inyselt to select a
suitable place tor tho press ot Illinois to
hold their yearly meeting In. .Would
report the appointment ot Meson. W
P. Wright, Georgo Vocum and Charles
Lancaster as said committeemen, r
Would report the release from; Jail
Februrary IDih, of Phillip Keeper con
victed aud coutlned for vagrancy. Upon
examination found ho was no vagrant,
but a man who had steady employ
ment, but voi caught with some ol his
acquaintances at the llilierulan engine
bouse when a raid was made upon same
by police force.
I would alto report to your honorable
body that on the 23d ot December, 1 ap
pointed Andrew Cain, be being sworn in
to till vacancy caused by the sickness of
Martin O'ilaley of tbe police force. ' Ex
pectlng from day to day O'Maley ' re
turn to duty, I have retrained irora re
porting the tact to you. January 1st,
Mr. Cain Hied his bond with city, clerk
for tho lullhful discharge of bis duty.
Things have run along ever since till tbe
let, or thereabout, ot February when 1
suggested that O'Maley resign.. 1 visited
Mm, and was satisfied lie would never be
able to return to duty, and this commu
nication I bad intuflded to have made at
lest regular meeting, but supposing there
would he no quorum to transact busi
ness did not attend, hence I make the
rciKirt to-nialit. in confederation
of the death to-day of Mr. O'Maley. I
will, tosuight, put on nomination, sud
leer, to vour approval, to till the vacancy
caused by the sickness and death Of Mar
tin O'Maley, Mr. Andrew Cain, said
Cain, to draw pay for services from Feb.
Allot' which 1 respectfully submit,
. . . , , ,j llcSRY Wlxtkh, Mayor.
On motion of Alderman Ilalllday, com
munication received, ordered published
with the proceedings and filed".
Alderman Ualliday, moved that so
much of the communication as referred
to tlie appropriation of ono hundred
tflOQ 00) dollars for tho use of commits
tee at Washington, D, C, In payment of
expenses Incurred in printing and other
expenses, while pressing the claims of
tbe Mississippi valley for the- deepening
of the channel ot the river bo concurred
in, and the city treasurer authorized to
forward the amount to the committee.
The motion was rejected by the tol
lowing vote :
Aycs-Ilalliday, OT'ailauan, Tatlcr,
Rittculiousc and Wright 5.
Nays Foley and Wood 2
Before the chair announced the deci
sion of the question, Alderman tlalbday
asked, and was granted conR-nt to change
KKl'OKTS OK CITY 0KHC.KK3.
Report of J.B. Pliillis, city comptrol
kr, upon the report of B. F. Parker,
city treasurer for the month of February,
rckrrvd at lust meeting for verlfljation,
wa.3 submitted, and, on motion of Abler
man Wright, received and ordered, filed.
KKPORTS Of COMMITTERS.
Report of committee on streets, to
whom was referred proposal of Henry
Duukcr for the reconstruction of brick
sidewalk on southerly side of Eighth
street, at last meeting, was read, rccom
mending the acceptance of said pros
On motion of Alderman Ritteohouee,
report received, recommendation con
curred in and the proper otlloers instruct'
ed to enter into contract tor the work, by
the following vote :
Ayes Foley. Ilalllday, O'Callahan,
Potier,Rlttenhouse, Wood and Wright 7.
Nays None. "'
Report of ,6ame committee upon pros
posuls for furnishing all lumber required
by the city during tho current lisealyear,
referred to It nt lnt Hireling, v was read
recommending acceptance of the pro
posal of J. G. Barnard.
On motion of Alderman Wright, report
received, recommendation concurred In
and tho proper olllcers instructed to enter
Into contract with said J. G. Barnard by
tlie following vote
Ayes Foley, Halliday.O'Oallahan, IV
tier, Rittenholise, Wond ami. Wright 7.
1 Nay b None. ; ' : ."
,;.. , ."vl V,.
, CLAIMS AND ACCOUNT. .
The following bills were reported
back by the committee oii claims, recom
mending payment of sumo in lull, viz
A. Cain, policeman $ 00 00
j. m. MeUiiuey, 8,702 leet oak
lumber ut $15,
Stratton & Bird, 10 ki g 20"
penny nails at $ J CO
Milton Ji'nkiiis, reconstructing '
Hixty linetil feet ol sidewalk
on northerly sldo of Fifteenth
street, between Cedar Hint
Locust streets, at Xk per loot
J. t'oiiki! and II. bunker, re
constructing 72 llneiil feet of
sidewalk on northerly sldo of
Tenth street, between Com
Dieroial avenue and Lcyeo
street at 08 cents pur loot
t ..... i.' . -i- .... . . . .
jaiiics ivenung uavs' Uhor.' i
(l liiii it u La mw ul a aij.
John Sullivan, baulluv 2 load
'M nusnnu, ...... j
of lumber at H0 couts
Peter Waldvr, hauling i lomls
M. Houlihan, 5 diiya .labor ou
pumi bouse at SL 15U.H
Thomas Uoyle, hauling 11 lond
brick bats for Mrtirts at 7rx.
iiientut Fill ral dityf
niuor on imtiip nouse nt II r.u
Win Minnrd, 0 dava' labor ou
pump house at tl N) 13 CO
M UoulUian, 12, dayr! labor, oo , ,
dralneaU 2,.I..k...w...l;A. ly ,K
F MaUoneyl lOJ days' labor on
drains with chain gang, at f J. , , 111 Q0
I re engine hose for KouliA. .
J. B. I'lilllie. cash paid for freight
and drayigo on hose
Cairo City Gas Co gas consum
ed In council chamber, Feb...
P, Mahoncy, dieting prisoners
during month of February...,
Same, dieting prisoners before
" J' 7'
- iriai in f ebruary
Cairo City Gas Co., gas con"
aacued in city, Jail during
B.'T. OerouUV on gas globe
Caibo Burj-BTiiv, 'publishing
i proceedings roontkot Feb.. ' ,
Galllgan, two days' sers
" vices esUmating sidewalk aso "
sessments at $3 a day
G W Hendricks, three days'
services estimating sidewalk
assessment at $3 a day.... 0 00
J B Phlllls, eash paid lor
stamps and housing coal 61
On motion of Alderman Wright, tbe
recommendation of committee concurred
In, and the bills ordered paid by the fol
lowing vote: ; i; ; ;J
Ayes Foley, Ilalllday, - O'Callahan,
Patier, Rittcnhouse, Wood and Wright 7
.The following bills, on motion of Al
derman Patier, were allowed and orders
ed paid as recommended by the commits
tee on claims," by thelollowlng tote:
. . Ayes Foley, Ilalllday, O'Callahan,
Patier, Rlltennouse, Wood ind. .Wright
Matthew Price, removing two
dogs at DO ccnt 1 00
The committee recommending pay
ment of fiity cent In full for bill.
Bulletin Job office, printing no
tices, letter-Heads, envoiopes, .
etc., for mayor's and clerk's t
offices : 9 25
Committee recommending payment of
two hundred dollars aud titty cents to
cover notices of meetings, not knowing
of any funds provided lor the payment
of balance. '--
Mrs. James Kennedy, rent of
Jack Screws lor raising pump
bouse .'. , 7 20
Committee recommending payment of
three hundred dollars and sixty cents
payment la full. s -j- - , . -Cairo
City Gas Co., gas consuin- ; l
en hi. yuiica - ueauquarieri,
February r '5 20
Committee recommending the payment
ot one y dollar and . sixty-tlve
cents in full, and the balance be by agree
ment paid by Wm. Klugc, committee on
church talr. 1 ' ( - -
The following bills reported back by
same committee, with recommendations
thereon, were respectfully ordered paid
or re-commttted :
A Cain, police officer, February
salary. $60 00
On motion of Alderman Wood res
committed to committee on claims.
By request of Alderman Wood, the
unanimous consent of tbo council was
granted giving a recess of five minutes
to enable tbe committee to report on
At the expiration of time, the com
mittee reported, recommending payment.
On motion ot Alderman Patier, the
bill was allowed as recommended by tbe
committee, and ordered paid by the fol
lowing vote :
Ayes Foley, Ilalllday, O'Callahan,
Fatier,Ritteuhou6e, Wood and Wright 7i
11. T. Gerould, repairing gas
' lamp corner lOlh street aud
Ohio Levee 1 30
The committee reporting that the city
having no gas contract recommeuded
that I he bill be not paid
On motion ot Alderman ilalllday, re
committed to the committee on claims,
A C Atherton, 3006 feet lumber
lor rppalrinz oump hoiueat
13 72J 47 27
Committee recommending, that Inass
much as Messrs. Barclay Bros., were to
furnish the material necessary lor re
pairing pump house In lieu of rent, it be
Aldermun Wood moved that the rccom
mendation of the committee be concur
Alderman Wright moved to amend by
re-committing the bill to committee on
Alderman Ilalllday moved an ainond-
lucnt to the amendment by re-commit'
ting to tbe committee on streets.
Tbe question of the amendment to the
amendment being taken resulted in its
adoption, by the following vote :
Ayes Foley, Halliday, O Callahan,
Patier and Rittenhouse 5.
Nays Wood and Wright-2,
Tbe question of the amendment as
amended being taken resulted In Its adop
tion, by the. following vote :
Ayes Foley, UaNiday, O'Callalmn,
Patlcr,Rlttcuhoue,Wood and Wrlght-7.
, Nays None
Whereupon, tbe motion ot Alderman
Wood as amended was adopted.
The finance committee reported the
receipt from B. F. Parker, city treas
urer, the sum of two thousand, twentys
eight dollars and sixty-seven cents,
($1,028 07,) in cancelled general city
Orders reduced during the month ot
Februrary, all of which they had de
stroyed this day by burning. .
On motion of Alderman Patier, report
received and ordered tiled.
Report ol committee on pojee, jail
and tire ilcpiirtnieiit, upon report ot A.
Comings, Justice ot the peace, referred
to It Dee. 11, 1877, was submitted, and
on motion ol Aldormnn Wood received
and ordered tiled.
The .twine tioinmiiiec submitted re
pnft Upon communication of C. D,
Artcr, city marshal, referred to it, March
5il878, and on motion ol Aldrtmnn
miday, received and ordered Died, .,
i"f',t rKTinokv J !";
j lkrman'f Wood,; by consent 'of the
r-sntwll,' Snbmlttcd a potitlrai lrom tnr
llltiernlau tiro eompany, praying the
city council to walne all title to ibeen
sine liou'e now occupied uy uiriu, uierr
by enauiing nieiu iu uir-jiwu vi iur,
... . ....... . .. .l.,hAnH .. , t. .nnn..
and to use proceed Id the erection of
new engine house.-
On motion ot Alderman Wood, refer
red to. tho, corporation counsel for an
onthlon whither prayer of petltionm
J-- ha Waiiu -raaUid with Jnatniotlon
" His honor, the mayor, put In ncmlsss
tlon for police constable, Andrew Cain.
.-The nomination tras confirmed by the
following vote :
Ayes-Folcy, Ilalllday, O'Callahan,
PatiorJllttonhouse, Wood snd Wright 7.
Tbo official bond ot A. Cain was sub
mitted and, on motion of Alderman Pas
tier, approved. .
On motion of Alderman ilalllday, the
council adjourned to meet on Friday
evening, 15th Inst, at the hour of 7 o'clock
p. m. J. B. Phillis,
Pass 'Em Abound. A printer named
Bentz and wife are imposing on the frater
nity by soliciting assistance in the name of
charity at every town along the driver at
which they may stop. They cams to Cairo
in a skiff and represented tint they were
la the most abject circumstances. True,
they are; but it is owing to their cussed
shiftleswiness and voluntary degradation.
To the personal knowledge of the writer
hereof they have received unmerited as
sistance from upwards of 209 printing es
tablishments during the past year, and are
likely to call, with thesame pitiable story,
npon any of our bretheren at any timo.
Therefore taKe warning.
We term Wilds An AalUenua Narriu
. tlve By J. II. Beadle.
Giving an account ot seven years travel
and adventure In the tar west: Wild
life In Araxonla; perils ot the plains;
life In the canon and death on the desert;
thrilling scenes and romantic incidents
In tbe lives oi western pioneers; adven
tures among tbe red and white savages
oi the west; a full account ot the moun
tain meadow massacre; tbe Custer de
feat; life and death of Brigham Young,
Ot the style ot the narrative little need
be said to tho readers of eurrent litera
ture, who for 10 years have known Mr.
Beadle as oue ot the most fascinating cor
respondents and discriptive writers.
The most attractive feature of this
work consists of , the romantic tales ot
western life and adventures, tho author
has fully succeeded in bis aim to both in
terest and Instruct. '
Tbe agent for the above work is now
canvassing the city.
I.etfle Coleman's I.annilry,
Mrs. Lettie Coleman has reopened ber
laundry on Fourth street, between wash-
jnfton and Commercial avenuos, and takes
this method ot Informing her old friends
and patrons that she is attain at their ser
vice, and solicits their patronage. She has
reduced prices to suit the times. '
Cairo & Vinconnes 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.
Tarlor Cars are now run by this
line, Vlncenncs to Tcrre Haute, Danville
Close connection Is also made at Union
depot, Vincennes, with Parlor Cars Tor
Indianapolis, reaching that point at
Bleeping Car berths from Indianapolis
or Cincinnati, cast reserved lrom Cairo.
F, A. Mii.lku, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Notico is hereby given that the cO-rart-
nership heretofore existing between the
undersigned, under tho firm name of "Stu
art & (iholsou.' bus this Oay been diwolved
by mutual consent, the said Ghnlson taking
the assets and assuming the debts of said
firm. Cuar. B. StuarV.
W. E. Gholhon.
Cairo, III. March, 4, 1?7S.
Having this day purchased Mr Stuart's
lntoreet in the above Ann, itH property, as
sets and good will, 1 take pleasure in an
nouncing that 1 shall continue the ImMuess
at the old stand; where grateful to my
friends and the putilic generally for past
favors and patronage, I respectfully a.k a
eonttusnve of such favom and patronage,. I
W. E. Gholson.
Cairo III, March 4. lt)7S. d-lm
33 3e 3rA.nii:i3jr '
CITY BOOK & NEWS STORE
AOK.NT FOR TITR ' ' '
Blooming toa Paper
and Bag Co.,
Printed Wrawint?" Paper,
Butter Trays, tic ,
FOB SALE AT MA XCKACTUBF.Ko FRICBS.
flft, l'itt lomioenlrtl Avenue.
Olieho.vsnu Waier. Ale, llM-r, tiuer,
, jaiurrni avu stuun mnn r-.
Mr. Andrew I.nlir lias constantly on
hand fresh receipts of the famous Hho
hnygan water," and ho l now n'ady to,
III) orders for any quantity," rltlirr hot-
tied, in kegs, or by the jug. This water
is ;eeli'braUd for IM etlicaey In curing
piles, constlpatton, dyspepsia,- headsehe,
and disease of the stomacU ami uver.
tt Is pleasant to tbq taste, n;l sure to do
good to tboce who take it. Mr. Lour is
abut prepared to supply families l to
ale., beer, or elder, put up iu bottles or by
the o,iinntity, hh may Ihj desired. Alao
iMa aud mini mi . waters In bottles.
tioiMlK delivered m any part of the olty
without rxiriicliMigM. . 3-.1-lm.
Nrw U.iotiH.-Mr. S. Wllliamwo will
ciinm,ii w to receive Iter spring stock ct
mlllineiy uuuIh on Alio tlrst of March,
and daily thirwl'u-r until her stock is
complete. - Mrs. Willlamsou hat also
purohased a full stock of notion and
Jowclry ot all kind, which the will be
able to sell to her patron at greatly re
diKHHi iro. - Hhe baa bought tor cush,
and defies competition In her line of but!
best, tod .hivlfc an Inspection ot nor
UKIt, . . , , v ..M-U
Old Father Mine
A NUMBER OUE RELIABLE CLOCK FOR $3.
OWING TO DULL TIMES ANDGitftATIsaatVKAfiB IX V A LOIS, we k sv. det,mmi J
.iiir.ih.Hu d our Thirty Itoar Siem-WinSlns Oloek tj Turk it iwni.TL10
sent So say addrtMia the Uaiud 6ttss By enrss krea ofeipen. to Uie purcluser-ejch .al even
Uock warranted for Iwa years. TAis offer asly remwut good far tixty days hum the cUte of ihn -L
per- These Uocks an our own nunubeture. Is, the tuna to seenre a guod Clock for iltnau
00 Note Thsas Instructions. Clock caa be returned and money will be refuelled If erchutn
ot tatisfled. Give full asms, post otrlcs, sounty and sute sad inreil exprjies offlr u lcw
(ooas eisiusivaiy uy express. iu aaieet wsv u uu uiwj uj uuro urueror registereH
etter. The iiost office department deliver bo registered letters or money on money order, to onre
respooiible parties, eonjequeaUy this would be
SIONAL 8KRVICK BKPORT.
STATION. LOW WATSD. UtM Or fall
IT. IK. FT. IJI.
Cairo ZT SI XI 11 '
Cincinnati itt a X X
Uavenport 'i It X 'i
Pittsburg...... I 7 0
LouiaviUe 11 S 1 U
Keokuk 5 10 1
St. Loun . tl I a '
JAMES M. "WATSON, I
; Beneant Signal Service, U, & A
The E. O. Stansrd and Golden Kule left
New Orleans dty before yesterday.
The A. O. Donoally passed Vlcksbur
coming up on Tuesday. I
The Jim Flak lor Paducab, Ste. Gene
vieve for Memphis. E. 11. Uurbee aod Fao-
nio Tatum for Pittsburg, City of Alton
for New Orleans are due to-day. t
The new J B M Kehlor does not leave SL
Louis until Saturday.
Navigation is open to St. Paul on the
Mississippi. ' I
The James Howard passed to St. Louis
yesterday with a good up stream cargo.
During the past season she carried, in the
Memphis and New Orleans trade, In addi
tion to oil, coke etc., 48,343 bales;cottoo,
and 110,362 sacks cotton seed.
The Belle of Memphis brought five hua
drsd bales cotton for the east.
We bad a esll yesterday from Captain
Hamilton of St. Louis, who came here on
Saturday in company with his brothr-ln-law,
Mr. John Fisher, In a little stern
wheel boat colled the Little Kmelle. Her
stern wheel is driven by the muscle of tbe
occupants and her speed depends altogeth
er npon the amount of muscle they posess.
Captain Hamilton says they started en a
bunting and fishlDg excursion to some wa
tors but have already had all tbe fun they
want, and want to sell their boat and go
KEW INSURANCE AGENCY :
WELLS V KERTU. I
Otlicc at Alexander Co. Bank,
Risks written in first class Companies
At (air rates. Sec advertisement.
WOOD & COAL.
On and alter this date our prttos will be
as follows : '
WOOD. , ,
4 foot, byitne cord, $3 'A.
I cord wood, sawed, f 4 2T.
1 " " sawed and spilt, (too.
Single lojds, $1 f0, (
... . C0AL . ,
BiS Muddy. , , , . ,.. ,
.1 Ton, Wf.' '" J i
!1 Tons, W).
6 Ton, or morp, 2 UCJ per toil.
Pararadise Coal. -
1 Ton, ti "t. ..... .... I -
& Tons, or more, t- M per ton.
., By C, W, WHEEt.tK A 3o. ;
March la.'lbTS. ,, J-ll-lm
Ilouse for Rule I
Tbo house on 5th street, known as the
"flat top," for sale at a (aeritlce. . '
3t M. J. Howi.kv, Agent.
All persons who have purchased good
at the auction sale at the ElrhliofT factory,
aro requested to call and settle for tbe
same, aud take them away thl morning.
; The sale will ho resumed this alters
noon, at two o'clock. We have still a
lare amount of goods to sell.
It. Pin k j?Aur, Sherin.
Arnb l'lr Vo.
Tho luombers ol Arab, Fiie' Co. are
hereby rcijiienUtd (o ascm'jle at the ball
at 12 o'clock shnrp this day lor the pur
oio of attending tbe funeral of our de
ceased brother William Wnugh.
1 J. M, Clark, Secretary.
. Dry salt meats, buoou sides, sboulders
and hams, tierce, barrel and bucket lard
nil In good stock and for sale low at
No. 70 and II Ohio loveo, "..
., . ,' . ; wanted,, ,' ' ' '
Threti hundred laborers and three bim-
dred scraper teams wanted. -"" "''
Tlie above tt-aiiis are wanted to work
oii the Cliloatt -.VL' itAiuiS ft" New Or
loans railroad, near Cairo, III. p . ,
Address W.P. Dunavan & Co.,
A. MoRSAiaiti,t..'IT r.Fl'moro, Ky.
' .- n';l . ..V:'i 1 " 8-lVtW..
nmo.-Tueilny, March 1'Jth; 1878, at
his residence, on Twenty-elglitU street,
Martin O'Mallcy, aged forty-eight years.
The funeral wll take place from the lato
residence of deceased by special train to
Villa Ridge tit 2:30 o'clock p. ro. to-day.
The trsln will leave Ironl the tout of
Twenty -oigbUt it Ctrl. The Iricnd aud
acquainlaoccs of thceaetl ainl blslainllj'
are invited to atteud. '. k ,wi
NOTICE T0-; TAXPAYERS.
Notice 1. herehv irlven that the tax
hook fur Mr. tanon ol Mi year 1877."
having been turned ilnver to ny? I hui
now' ready to receive, taxes, aitdiurge
upon ail tut' iifi'fssn-y ir rrvuii. , iay.
meni as tun titnn mimn.
. , Pktkr JSai'f, Collector
Co,Pe;w,i87i-tf:UK : f v
Ym Rnt. k suit of rooms suitable
for one or two 'gentlemen, on Ant floor.
Applf to Mb. W.F. Piicmf . '
M2-3I . WthSt.tndCom'L Ave.!
'.Caught at Last.
'i t.i -v ;- .
the utest war or orderinj our ciooki. Address
w w., -u"- .t...u.u.., viao.ti, VII 10.
Notice Is hereby clvon to J. D. LpwIs
of Providence, K. I., owner of lots 24 and
25, block 23, city of Cairo, that the build.
lng theron M dangerous to the satety of
adjacent property, ana was declared a
nuisance by tbe city council ar a regular
meenng on r eoruary latn, iszs, on petl
tion of five property-holders ot the
neighborhood, in compliance with tbe
ordinances of the city. Now, therefore,
it the said J. D. Lewis, or hlg agent, shall
not remove tbe building or abate said
nuisance within ten days from tbe date
hereof. 1 will proceed to take the neces-l
sary steps for the removal of said build
log and abate the same as a nuisance,
3 9 lOt City Marshal of Cairo, 111.
Ill T - Tt
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
, Late of the St. Charles
RATES: 2.00 PERDA.Y
Saloon and HestanrantJ
TBE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also has constantly!
on band a ,
" Largo Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES. ETC.
- At Wholesale and Retail.
sAt the Old Delmonico Hotel,
S-im lYo. CS Ohio Levee
R. SMYTH Sc CO.,
Wbolctal. and Uctail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
; i: . i 1
i ... AND
WIXES OF AIX KI-MS
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
"A A-KS.SKS. SMYTU A CO.. liave eonstantly
IV L lane stock ot the bent rood, in the marl
ket, and triveeNtKoi.i attention to Uw wbul'l
aaM Uaueli ol tbo buuiueaa.
City National IbakBniUluK, u.8tairl
The Oldest " Futahlluhed Agency in Snutbi
lliinoid, and representing over
CAIRO &. ST. LOTUS R.
SHORTEST SHOftT LIN
rnitE tmUie by tills r 'ail connect '
t Bt. t.i
and Kastbt. Loula, with alUther ImnH
theHortli, Knalaiua Went.
Throiiirh KXDrets litres Cairo .....8 tWs.
" l- Arrive. K. St. Lnuls 4 ;'lo
Itf nvihvattaim A nentiitiiiMlatlfm I.Vef
Through Exiireaa leaves K. Ht. I4)ius 8 :'
, ' Arrived at Cairo S;4
rurtren nit. I'n rn anilM'
U.K. ib Uiu.VLV ALL K.AII. U'lLlr-
.. n I aim anil SI. LolllS UUIHT Vtte D)
..Miuuli llwrabim Ihcra in uo ilely. at 1
sutiou. aW4illii(t oonneixious nuut umvi u
1'ansemrera Ikilnir North. Northeast and Vi
sboulrl not buy toair tickeu uotil toe Uuv
h c HIIF.1 I.. li.T. WtllTLOCK
i. miiThi Airt. rasNenaTrr
I.. M. JOHNSON, tien'l ManaJ
E. N. Freshman & Brd
li W. Fourth St.,
Are aulUot led to MCtive .dvectimcnt. tod
jiaper. JE'tiinaie. fmnisneaesupoapp'H
.seiia two stamps inr our .iuihii ..
Va.saaaBB.aas Sua rmit. WHO Will "
f KtaLs I sai mrm-snt w loil
o.mimil reliable persmis ol tB'ir "'um!I
wbo wih tn iirocurvan nu.lrunii ot,iitneij
anoOOrirsr, I will nee nif ! """fT"!
mi ntrn one, ann nit ewry p" ; , ,
....111 ... I... .,k.. vaar. I Will I I
viiiiiii w nu n it, w ii. u. " -
theui with I0, and lor every orK.a 1510 y
piled oa aymsoA oi elta-r M
aastll -aThsast t a.BB.i.11 f ta M A lUlK UlULItpi
tor any iastrunient, selected althf j I.O"
II.. I in altr .nv aniiiuM
U IIIII.ITHAI.K PIEII'K. 1 Will mnil-ii-""!
Hia iipwiiitviiii "', -, , " ---ii
nMiiiaU lha llaix mtv lie 1-alil ' ID null
I Will then sbip them InHinimi'Dl.
nl not m koowulu the matter, ait w
aoing tnetr ineoiw a ro .7 ... a-ill
!..t? auai'in .ii li t. :h In Uartu, Sen
BO F E RIO R IN ST R 1 R "r to' ,n-"n11if
mtfi by .ents. IM-. sad I -M
ajul anar you Btw .w . - 1
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