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The knight of th above order meat
at their hail the Ant tod third Mondar
1 eaub monttu Commercial t venue, 3d door
iouUi r Utb Mm .attorn.
' y Vwtuui.O. Ot II. -
OlUUIDIl LODG1, MO. M.
Independent Order of Odd-fellow,
meets Tiry ThuiUT nlghl
t half-put uvea. Id their Wl oa
(iimneroial trenue, betweea Sixth en Detents
rn-i'tn V. I). Rixrono, S. 0.
A CAIBOLOlKJKi. NO.MT.A.f. AA. M.
Hold regular communication takV
ionic 1111, eorner Commercial venue
' x util Kluhth itreet, on the teoond end
.'iirth Monday of each month.
hi 1(0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
t. o I . A n y IhihI nee 5rrn can hare three llnct
t , in thi. oulumu under appropriate, headi
iHn rmi- ot tl.M) per month or til per rear
llnrilwarei, Move aad Tin War.
V MA LCKY Dealer in 8 to we, Tin and Hard
Wc, Caelm awl farmers' Implement, Win
o.ihIk, KefriKeratori, Pump end ladder.
i i liuimerviul Avenu. tiuiterinKi and Job
Win k done on ahort notice.
I. S. MiUAHK Y-IWer In hard and toft lum
f, lliioriiir, ceiliwr, liUn and aurbced
luiiilwr, lath anil hingle. Offli and yard
virncr TwmliHh atrwt awl Washington Teniw
I . 11 A HI MAN Dealer In Qneenswr, Toy,
l.i-npn unit all kind of fanT artielw. Conmier
) ul iivww, corner iith street.
WILLIAM WINTER Sixth itreet between
'imineriiUlaTenuo and Washington avenue.
4 lothiuK aud ill err haul Talloiiag;.
tOHN A.NTKIM-MemhantTailor and dealer
tii Iti miy Made CluUiin;. 7 Ohio Levee.
Ileal Katate Agendo.
M. J. H0WLKY Real KeUU Agent. Buy
ind iflln rial eeuie, oolleet rente, pays Uuu
Inr inm-ruiidont.etc. Commercial avenue, be
iwi rn Ninth anil Tenth Itreeta.
nl.VKLK A THI8TLKWOOD
Cotton and Tobacco Factor and pro
ii i. turn of the Farmer, ' Tobaceo Warehouae.
'. .' . A 1.1 Cniiininirmial Arenue
' (Corral forwarding and Com mission
tin n hatit, (or the sale of rarra, (jardca, Or
mnl and Dairy Hroduce. ' Ohio Levee.
P A. WHKELOCK ft CO.
Ij General Forwarding and ComniUelon
hi. rrhanui, and dealer U ail kind of fruit and
rroduue. H Ohio Levee. CcnAigtituenU olir
ml, biencilt furniihed on application.
Knight of Pythiai, meet every Fri
day nlht at half-pant avven, in Odd
rdlov.' Hall. How,
Look Out for Molba.
Von can save money by going to Lan
caster A, Kice's and getting cedar
chests tuaile to order for nil kinds ot
wool, clothing and lur. They al have
on hand ttie beet cistern pumps in ex
intuit. Warranted or money refunded.
NEW INSURANCE AGENCY
Hl:.IJI A KEKTII.
OHiue at Alexander Co. Hunk,
HUkn writti-u In firet clas Com panics
At fair rates. .Sceadvertinetnent.
Cairo & Vincennes Railroad.
I'a'.wiijreM leaving Ualro at 1: 15 a.m.
ri-Hch Chicaga the evening of samo day
7 hours in advance of ay other
line from Cairo.
1'aki.or Caks are now run by this
line, Vincennes to Terra Haute, Danville
Close connection Is also made at Union
depot, Vincennes, with I'arlor Cars for
Indianapolis, reachinfr that point at
i:'M p.ut. , . ' ..
.Slct'i'iiig Car berths from lndiauaiHli9
or Cincinnati, eut reserved lrom Cairo.
F. A. M ii.LKit, (jcu. 1'ass. Agt.
WOOD & COAL.
i m and after thin date our prices will hi
aa lol'.OWS : ,
I loot, bytlie cord, (3 f.
1 curd wood, iiaweil, $4 23.
1 " " sawed and split, $1 'M.
Single .'oidx, tl Ml.
1 Ton, ?!J 00.
i Tonn, : 50.
ft Ton, or more, ti per ton.
1 Ton, f 3
3 Ton, 6
o Tons, or more, f i.'iu per ton.
By C. V, Wheeler w'o.
March 1-1, 1!)T8. 3-14-ltn
An Historical Fact. Every ageut
who bus been fcteadily scllinfr the Im
proved $20 liomesiead Sewing Machine
lor three years, owns his dwelling house
1ms a good accouut in brink, is clear ot
.debt, nnd hits money at Interest, the na
lural coiisequence of securing a ' good
iagen:y for superior goods at the lowest
. 'inriccs A eood tirat-class Sewing Ma-
'-' .clinic, moist tiserul reliabltt . at . all
f Hints, easy to utiderstaml nnd control,
the siime si.o and docs the same work
;hh any machlms that sells at four times
the price. Tlii rcUno muchiue at any
price better, or that will do finer or more
work, and certainly none so low in prise
by muny dollars. The Hotueatead is
widely known and used in thousands of
tamillcs in the eastern and middle states.
and daily becoming popular: 10. the! West.
it will save its cost several Uroea over in
one. senson, duing the work of the family,
or will earn lour or five dollars a day
for any rann or woman who sews for a
living. It is the strongest machine
made, is ready at nil times W do work
makes the strongest and finest stttch yet
Invented, and Is fully acknowledged as
the Standard Family Sewing machine,
1'rlce, complete tor domes) lo Use. lies
duced to only $30, delivered at your door,
no mutter bow remote you may reside,
llusincss ierinnnent ami honorable, with
more certnin and rapid salps, and lurircr
uroutH than any other. Extraordinary
lilrcral otters made to local or traveling
agents wnern wo nuvo none established;
or, if there la no agent nenr yon, send
your order direct to th factory. Ad
ilrw John If. Kenditll & Co.. 431 Rrosd
wny, New York. :Mr-13ni.
' Wanted, atlO.JIeu.
Three hundred laborers und three hiin
tired scraper teams,
The above teams uro wauled to work
on the Chicago, St. Louis A Now Or
leans railroad, near Cairo, 111, v
Address W.P. DunaVANT & Co.,
A . Mokbok, Hupt. FllmortiCr.
- TUEaDAY. March 19, 1878.
On Tuesday cyeolnir, March 19th, llev.
A. P. Morrison will deliver lecture at
the Methodist church, corner Eighth
and Walnut streets, upon ''The Young
Man of to-day; The possibilities that are
before him," 3t.
Shell oysters just rocclvcd at the
Crystal saloon, Harry Walker, .
Shell oysters ut received at the
Crystal saloon. Haiiky Walxku.
A notion crossed the tuiuds ol a
number of our folks, yesterday, and they
crossed the river to Filmorc, on a pleas
Oyster soup lunch ut Harry Walker's
Crystal Ealoou every ivening at 0
o'clock. 1.4. (t
The Woman's Christian. Temperance
Union, will hold their regular meeting lu
the Temperance Keform hall this after
noon, Tuesday, at 3 o'clock. By order
of the Union. Mollik E. Webb, Sec'y.
On Monday, March 25th, the Hough
and Heady Fire company propose giving
a grand ball at Scbeel's hull, as will be
seen by their advertisement elsewhere.
The ; Hough . and Heady Fire com
pany's name . in this connection Is
Is a sufficient guarantee that the ball will
be one of order, enjoyment and good be
havior Irom beginning to end. Tlio
company will do all In Its power to make
the occasion an agreeable one to all who
may attend, and we hope our clti.eiis
will show their appreciation of the com
pany by attending tbelr ball on the 25th
(juery : "Why will men smoke com
mon tobacco when they ctm buy Mar
burg Bros. '.-Seal ot North Carolina' at
the same price V ' 10-3- tl.
Several months ago a Bhocmakcr
named Owen Callihan came to this city
from 1'aducah in search of work, lie
found employment In the shoe shop of
Mr. II. Jones on Commercial avenue,
where he steadily worked until a week
ago yesterday, when he disappeared
leaving all his tools and clothing. lie
was last seen at dinner in Mocklcr's
hotel on the corner of Fourth street and
Commercial avenue, and although dell
gent search has been made be could no
where bo found. Mr. Jones, the em
ployer, states that two or three days be
fore his disappearance, his mind seemed
to wander, his conversation being incobe
rent and not io the point. ' It is known
that be was out ot money at the time of
bis disappearance, and somi of his ac
quaintances think it not improbable, un
der all he circumstances, that be
might have committed suicide by drow
ning. Jlo has, we understand, a sister
living in Louisville, aud should be in
formed ol this occurrence.
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
ft o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial ave
Night before lust quite a little
amash-up occurred at the Illinois Cen
tral round-house, and this Is the way It
happened : Engine No 111, which bad
just left the engine house, was standing
ou tho track between the turn-table aud
the water-tank. The dispatcher, alter
liriug np left the engine, Intetidiug to re
turn before steam raised, but he bud for
gotten to entirely close the throttle, and
wheu the steam raised the engine com
menced backing towards the turn table.
Old man Brack ie, who at once took in
the situation and who knew the danger
the engine was in, called to her to stop
or she would tall into the pit, but like an
undutlful daughter, being head
strong, went on regardles of the old
gentleman's timely advice, uutil In tho
light of the moon and in tho sight of
Brackio, sho came to an untimely and
noisy end In the pit. Much
work was occasioned by the ucci
dcut and the out-going passenger train
was thereby delayed until 7 o'clock yes
lu order to raise ltinds to buy an organ
(or the .Mission Sundy school, on Utb
street, there will be a regular good old
fashioned supper, atoo iue cream, 04ke,
lemonade, orsBgas, candies, etc., In Dr.
Werdner's building, Jlo. Ill Commercial
avenue, on Thur.-day evening- ttte 31st Inst.
Supper will bo ready at 6 o'clock. Come
every body, and get a good iquare tnoal,
and don't go horn to supper, ' tiu (food to
other as weiri to yourself. Admission,
iaeltidtag supper, only 35c:
Misses Nettle CUndllL 'llie ltoblnson,
Monte Metcalf,! Ctnthy "Dean, Anna
Moire, Matile Aldou,) Nannie Olmited,
Grace Beltt, Lula'Titlbott and Metmle
Keegau. . . ,' ' 1 . '
Mesdumes It. J. ( nodtff, U. M. Alden,
J. TbisUewood, F. M.Waxd, J.Talbojt,0.
A. Oiborn, McObee, W. W. Woot-
en, Mist AdeI Cuodltr, Capt, Jas. F. MUlor,
Messrs, O. M. AIdon, James Stewart, J
Thistlewood, J. Clarke aod.T. McCarthy
New tioouo. Mrs. H. Williamson will
ctMumouce to receive ber spring block ol
millinery goods ou the first of March,
and dally thereafter until her stock is
complete. Mrs. Williamson hits also
purchased a full stock of notions aud
jewelry of all kinds, which she will lie
able to sell to nor patrons at greatly re
duccd prices. Sho has bought for cssh,
and defies oomiwtitlon in her lino of busi
ness, and Invites an Inspection of her
Dry salt meats, bacon .sides, shoulders
aud bains, tierce, barrel and bucket lard
all In good stock and for salo low at
JSIpi. JO andl Onto lore ,.
TEMPEBAHCE NOTES, rv
lol. Mop l.vtry nt Aann-A uraae)
ad . Ulorioua" Heetiua - Ha.
Matt. Inaenr lo Addreaa toe Cairo
Kerorra Club on Hmt Saturday
. Evening Oilier Teuiiieranra Mote
" COL. LOWetV AT ANNArv,
SpecUl Correapoiidenoe of the BulUtiu.j ;
Anx a, 1 LL., Marco 18, 1:178. The great
temperance movement, Inaugurated here
last fall by Dr. Heynolds, still ooutlnues
to " grow and r- wax : stronger and
stronger," Last, night the cause received
a new and vigorous impulse from an
address by Col. Hubert Lowery.of Cairo.
Home three weeks ago M r. Lowery spoke
here on the subject of temperance, and
so ' .. . ": '
1IKI.PKD TUB CAUSK
and delighted his audience that all joined
In an urgent request that ho would again
Visit us. The announcement that ho
would spook last night was sufficient to
draw out aa immense audience, and. at
an early hour the house was packed. - i
Mr. Lowery spoke an hour.and during
the whole time by his eloquence held
2nd swayed his audience as noonc, but
' A TUCK ORATOR , r
could with the old and hackneyed t icme
ot temperance, home parts of his lec
ture were so pathctie that there were but
few dry eyes in the audience.
All loin in pronouncing Mr. Lowery
one of the niot eloquent speakers they
ever heard, and he has dono much good
here In reaching those who have with
stood all previous appeals. His early re
turn is desired here. S.
COL. M.J. INSCOltl-;.
A private letter to the. editor of the
Bcu.ktin informs us that lion. Matt. J.
Inscore, ot Anns, will bo in Calio on
next Saturday night for the purpose ot
delivering an address before the Cairo
Temperance Reform club. Mr. Inscore
is one of the most pleasing and eloquent
public speakers In this part of the state,
lie will be sure to meet with hearty
welcome at the hands ol our temperance
minor note 9.
Col. Bob Lowery and Jobu P. Hely
went to Anna on Saturday night for the
purpose of "talking ' temperance."
Both gentlemen niado 1 ; speeches.
Mr. Hely returned on Sunday morning,
and Col. Lowery yesterday afternoon.
Col. Lowery left again last evening by
the steamer Fisk for Paducah, where he
makes a speech this evening..
The Hed Hlbbon movement is
"sweeping things" in and about Goose
Island. There are three clubs in the
vicinity one ut the Milllgan school-bou-e.anotber
ut the Goose Island school
house and still another ut Bever Ridge
school-house. ' The combined incmher
stiip of the threo clubs Is nearly three
At Hodges Park tbo blue ribbon has
done its work, and the Park boasts one
ot the biggest temperance clubs in th
For Rent. Three comiortable rooms
in a house, on Third street between
Washington and Commercial avenues
Inquire ol Wm. McIIale.
ITS PLAYED OUT, BOYS.
Tb 'il,r .narwhal Ilaa lit tinier anil
There Will be Ko Nora Horn
Raclna; la Hary' tnrk.
At the meeting of the council last
night the discussion of tbo subject of
horse racing lu St. Mary's park formed
a prominent part ot the proeeedingf.
Aulcrmeu Wright, Wood, Thistlewood,
Ualliday, and others took pait iu the diss
cusslon, and the sentiments expressed
were decidely "fcrnenst" horse racing,
and still stronger against the practice ol
betting on races. The outcome of the
discussion was the introduction
by Aid. Wright of a msoliw
lion Instructing the city marshal to pre
vent racing in the park, and to arrest aud
bring before the proper otHcers any and
all persons racing tiorses witjiin the
city limits. The resolution passed by a
vote ol seyen to one Aid. Foley voting
Personal. ltev.,Mr. George will go
to Cobden to-night, where he has an en
gagement to deliver bis lecture entitled
'The Ears of King Midas."
Hon. F. E. Albright and Joe P.
Koburts, of Murphysboro, were in the
city Sunday, on their way homo from
Hon. Johu II. Oberly is iu Memphis
on important business.
Tbc Orcliunnco lor the Vacation of a
Portion ot l.vvee Ml met Orfentm ;by
, It U an old saying that the difference be-
twoea a congressman and a mule is, that a
congressman sometimes changes bis mind,
but a mule never doo. If this taytng is
true, then wo have cum to tho conclusion
that there is no dill'erencM between the
averagflaUlerman aud a .mule, fur neither
evorclian'e their minds. We are led to
theie observations after having witnessed
ibe proceedings of the City Council last
nigh. At a late stage of tho proceedings
Alderman Wood called up the "ordinanse
providing for the vaoatlon fo a por
tion i of Levee Street;" or iu
other worjs, the ordioanet giving to
the Illinois Central railroad that portion
of Levee street above Eighteenth street in
exchange for wbatls known as "the rail.
road strip." Aldorman Foley opposed the
ordinance, and although all the members
ol the council present Halllday, Lancas
ter, Palter, ltiltenhouse, Thistlewood,
Wood and Wright, and even bis honor the
mayor, talked to him and at him, aud ul
thongn it was shown that all of the owners
of the property ot) tho Levee, with a single
exeeptloa, had. signed the pctitioa asking
the council to pass the ordinance Foley
was inexorable Immovable, ami on the
liaal vote said "uo." The defeat or this
ordinance is a serious mutter, and, w hat
will hn the result cannot ha foreseen! - But
nil lopes are not )t (jone, mid although
months may pass before the ordinance
istgala brought .before the wnncll, it w ill
eventually pats. - Before the vote was an
nounced Aid. Ualliday asked to have bis
vete changod to "nay," and then 'moved' i
reconsideration ot the vote , by which the
ordlOKDce waiiast, aud ' It' Was laid on the
table for future action. : "
HM r HONEST, CONVICTIONS.
till firm in Hie Faith, Dr. A Her De
nies that Ha Aaked for tho
Prayer of tbo cbarch.
The following letter explains Itself :
Mai Editor: I wish to correct an er
roneous Impression, which guinod pub
licity ihrough a "Silly Woman" who,
without authority,1. cauled;tbe an-
tvouBacment to be made In the M: .
thumb.' oiv last (Sunday, that 1 desired
the Ptf of Mid church In view ot the
faetthal 1 was not likely to recover from
the eflnots of the late accident which re.
suited in the breaking ot my thigh bone
and otherwise Injuring me to an alarming
extent. My dear friends, In the cause of
truth and justice, let me assure you that
if 1 die from the late and unfortunate
casuallty, my religious views are un
changed ; that my words and writings,
as published to the world, were and still
are my honest convictions.
' . UK. U. ARTKR.
'Cairo, III., March 18, 1878.
" AFTER THE C AND V.
Alderman Lancaaitr Want iheKlreet
I'roMiDK on Couinierclnl Avenue
Rrimlrea. - 1
Alderman Lancaster is after the Cairo
and Vincennes railroad again. lie tbinki
that road has had a good long rest, and
its now time to stir them up again. lie
wants the crossings oh Commercial av
enue abovo Twentieth street put Into or'
dcr so tbat teams can cross at any ot the
cross streets. In order to compel the
company to tlx these crossings he intro
duced a resolution Instructing the proper
officer to give tbo managers of the road
notice to put the crossings In good or
der, and If the work is not commenced
within ten days to bring suit to compel
them to do It. The resolution was adopt
Now-a-days people doubt nearly every
tbing. Tbey forget that the known facta
ot toMlay constituted the knotty pro
blems of hypothesis but a few years
since. Unsuccessful practltoners ot me
dicine quote the doubts and uncertainties
experienced by Sir Astlty Cooper, who
lived not long after Harvey discovered
the circulation of the blood, as evidence
that but little is known ot medicine aside
from conjecture, entirely Ignoring the
tact that their competitors are dally heal
ing diseases which Cooper thought In
curable. Is not such ignorance criminal?
Catarrh, the roost common and most In
curable ot all chronic diseases, readily
yields to the healing and soothing pro
perties of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy
when used with Dr. Pierce's Nasal
Douche. If the case be complicated the
blood must be enriched and purified by
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical piscovery,
No remedy yet known equals the Dls
covery In permanently curing affections
ot the lungs, liver, blood and skin. It
alllicted with constipation try Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets.
They are a sure cure. Dr. Oliver Wen-,
dell Holmes, in a late address, speaking
of our progress said, "To those ot my
generation, this modern world, which
most ot you take as a matter of course,
is a perpetual source ot wonder, a stand
ing miracle. Science and art have so
changed the aspect ot every day life that
one of a certain age might well believe
himself on anot'ier planet or in auotlter
stage of existence." No longer does the
sedentary man or the delicate woman
suffer from torpid liver, constipation or
drastic medicine. Science has demon
strated 'that the concentrated ex
tracts are more potent and re
liable than the huge doses resorted to by
our forefathers, hence the great sale and
popularity of Dr. Pierce's Pleusuut Pur
gative Pellets, which are scarcely larger
than mustard seeds, yet, are safe and cer
tain as a cathartic alternative and anti-
The following names are a few of the
many who have been cured by using the
Pellets, to whom the doctor refers:
Chits. W. Struble, Wadseon, Ohio;
David Thompson, Mountort, Wis.; Mrs.
N. M. Hastings, Troy, N. Y.; I. T. Mac,
Pilot Point, Oregon; Wm. 11. Bott, Hyde
Park, Pa.; Caleb Cowing, Eddy town,
N. Y.; A. D. Brown, Lisle. N. Y.; L.
Fogg. Still well, Ills.; Thomas W . Land
on, Fairmoutit, Mil.
Leilte I'olt mnn'a l.iiuuilry.
Mis. Lettlc Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between wash-
lujton and Commercial avenue, and takes
this method ot informieg her old friends
and patrons that she I s attain at their ser
vice, and solicits their patronage: She has
reduced prices to suit the times.
Laraer than Life t
Ou receipt of $1.50 1 will semi 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 us reeom
mended or (he money refunded.
Its magnifying power is so grout that
living objects can bo readily discovered
lit a drop ot water, aud for examining
small objects, all manner of Insects, the
texture ot cloths, &c., detecting foreign
matter In sugar, flour and other articles
of diet, for detecting countcrflcit money,
and a hundred other useful purposes,
will be found Invaluable.
An endless source of amusement for
the coming winter evenings. Sent by
mall on receipt of price.
. " SKAVEtt & CO.,
61 Park Place, N. Y.City.
Jan ID ditw-nnt.
' Vocal Muele
1 am prepared to give lessons in vocal
iiiutiq tu individuals or clauses at my
residence, on Walnut,' one door from
Seventh street, nnd respectfully solicit
public patronage. Terms, made to suit
the times, will. .he given oo application
1(1 31 W WAI.ililt l' -iIClvliK.
rfaVaola' a lav. .
V",7 wane-re ay i
TEggs soiling for ulne ccub per fjoaeu
or twelve "dozer, lor $1 at New York
Store nf , ! ? 3-17 3t
..n. . 1 . a.Uiotm-.
SIGNAL SERVICE REPORT.
err.:.. 7m ., , , , !
STAT10K. LOW WATM. Rlj Or Fall
i - . I. FT. IN.
Cairo M . II 3
Cincinnati Ji 0 -l t
Havuport.,.n.M 3 4X1
PltasbUTf n.mi S 7 7
LouUTllIe-.... U "1-1 4
Kokuk..... 1 u o i)
8t. Loiiii 18 S -I 1
JAUKS M. WATSON,
8r(eant Signal Service, U. S, A
'the Pool lime at St Louis is virtually
'busted" and the shippers are happy. The
Globe Democrat explains causes which
leads to the present rupture, somewhat as
follows: Captain Kountz loaded the Ken
lor at New Orleans in opbosition to the
IL C. Yeager, became the Kehlor being
out tide would not have to contribute any
of bcr earning! to the Pool. Also tbat after
the Jno. Tolle was burned, Captain Kountz
claimed the same percent. In pool earnings
that was given him while the Tolle lived,
all of which the pool fellows did not like,
and so they have arrayed themselves
agolott the Kountz line ttcameis, and ten
and twenty cents are the rates In St,
Louis to-day we believe. On Saturday,
the Democrat says the rate wlVi the An
chor line was 35 cents on flour to way
points and the Pool line steamers would
not touch it because It properly belonged to
tbo Anchor line. It was taken by the Kehlor
however, at twenty cents. It would seem
Irom tbl that Captain Kountz proposes to
take freight Or til points and make rates
to suit himself, and be is oertalnly able to
dojlt. His boats are the cheapest and carry
outside of the barge line on the river, anS
If he hasn't enough now, if he carries
out tie programme Indicated at pres
ent It will mean death to the Anchor as well
as tbe Pool line. Of course shippers will
rejoice at cheap freights. It don't put any
more money in their pockets than dear
ones as the constnner pays for it, but they
think io and are willing to have their own
throats cut rather than to'aee others suffer.
The Evansville packets brought rood trips
this week. Tbe C. B Church, Cons Mil
lar, Hoo't Mitchell and M. L. Khoads all
from tbe Ohio were deeply laden and
crowded with people.
The Susie Silver arrived with a light car
go owing to the steamboat war at St. Louis
but made liberal additons u here.
The John B. Miude brought 759 bales
The Fannie Tatutu passed to Pittsburg
and has engagementsubove Paducah to
fill ber out.
The E. M. Norton swapped towB with tbe
Kanawha No. 2 and returned to St. Louis
with salt.. The Kanawha returned to
Pomeroy with a tow of loaded and empty
The Belle Shreveport has 5titi hhda. su
gar, 275 tons mndnes, 50,000 feet of lumber
and a good trip of people for St. Louis,
The Fearless went to St. Louts vdtb
three barges of railroad iron.
The Golden Rule has a full trip of reople
and a fair trip of freight.
CHANGE OF TIME.
Ou and after Tuesday, March 12tb,
Cairo & Vincennes passenger train No. 1
will leave Cairo at 4: 45 a.m., making close
connection at Vincennes lor all points
north and east, with parlor cars Irom
Vincennes to Terre Haute and Indiana
polis, Danville and Chicago.
As heretofore, this line will continue
to make BETTER CONNECTION and
Irom 2 to C hours quicker time to the
Est, than any other.
Passengers by above train will reach
Chicago EVENING OF SAME DAY.
Seven hours in advance of any other line.
F. A. MILLER,
Gen'l Puss. Agt
House lor Male I
The luiihc on 5th street, known us the
dat top," for sale at a tacrilicc.
3t M. J. Uowi.ky, Agent.
Nheboykrau Water, Ale, Heer, Older,
Mineral ami Norin vtnt. r.
Mr. Andrew Lohr has constantly on
hand fresh receipts of the famous She
boygan water, and he is now ready to
till orders for any quantity, either bot
tled, in kegs, or by the jug. This water
is cele!ratd lor its efficacy iu curing
piles, constipation, dyspepsia, headache,
and diseases of the stomach and liver.
It is pleasant to (be taste, tin 1 sure to do
good to those who take it. Mr. Lohr Is
also prepared to supply families with
ale, beer, or cider, put up in bottles or by
tho quantity, as may be desired. Also
soda and mineral waters iu bottles.
Goods delivered in any part of the city
without extra charge. 3-3-lin.
'I be Miu,k -en-mluu
ii the gullet oiled lieurtburu," (why,
it is impossible to conceive, since the
heurt has nothing to do with It,) Is
caused by the acetous fermentation in the
stomach ol the foo 1 contained in it; by an
overplus of the gastric juice, which is it
self a powcriul acid, or by the unnatural
ly acid quality cf tint set ru-lou. The
ordinary way of j resting this symptom,
for it is iiDthin;; dee, is to administer bi
carbonate ol soda.au alkali, to neutral-
Ue thti acid. But tour stomach cannot
bo cured by alkalis, which tend to weakon
the digestive apparatus. A lar better
remedy is llostetter's Stomach Bitters,
which strengthens the cellular mem-
brane, the seat of Hie difficulty, regulates
the flow of the gastrlo secretion, im
proves the quality If vitiated, Bnd puts
the stomach In good working order.
Perfect digestion follows as a natural
sequence, and there is no mora trouble
from heartburn or sour stomach. The
liver and bowels are also thoroughly
n gulHied by this sovereign alterative."
Notice ie hue!) given lo J. D. Lewis,
of Providence, U. I ., owner of lots 24 auu
25, block 23, city of Cairo, tbat the build
ingthcron is dangerous to the mlcty oi
adjacent property, and was declared a
tiniMtnei! by tho city council at a regular
iiin:iiiix on reuruary mil, io.., on peilv
turn ol flvo property-holders of the
neighborhood, In compllanco with Ihe
ordinances ol tho city. Now, therefore,
it the said J. D; Lewis, or Ills agent, shall
not remove the buildlnir or abate said
nuisance within ten (lava from tho data
hereof. I will proceed to tako the neces
sary steps lor the removal of said build
4 - , . O. D.
a 3 ot"l:ity Marshal of C
Artbiu - I
FARNBAKER, The Clothier, calls the attention of the
readers of the 'Bulletin' to his
Stylts of Hats of All MakesStetson,' Hirsh and Hooper both
Stiff and Soft Crown.
These goods arrived on Saturday afternoon's train by ex
press, and are . his Second Lot of tho Season, and tho only
Spring Styles received In the city. Call and examine.
FARNBAKER, the Clothier.
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS
Notice is hereby given that tho tax
books for the taxes ot the year 1877,
haviug been turned over to me, I am
now ready to rcccivo taxes, and urge
upon all the necessity lor prompt pay
ment as tbo time is short.
Peter Salt, Collector.
Cairo, Fob. 20, 187S.-tf.
New York Store is retailing peach
blow potatoes ot 40 cents per bushel. 3t
Positively the Beat.
Dr. Morris' Syrup ot Tar, Wild Cherry
andllorehound is to vory best com
pound cv'er prepared,, advertised, or sold
by any person, or under any name what
ever, tor tho Immediate rollef and per
manent euro of coughs, colds, croup,
whooping cough, bronchitis, asthma,
And all diseases of a consumptive type.
It will thoroughly eradicate these alarm
ing symptoms iu oue-half 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 us repre
sented. Sold by
Barclay linos,, Cairo, Ills.,
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which U sure death to
worms. Pleasuntto take und requires
no physic. Price 25 cents. Try It.
Thr:e for n Dim.
Three spools 200 yards machine thread
for ten cents, at the New York Store.
Try It. 3-17-3t
Attcitllou Member ot tlio M. Pftt
ricik'a Beuvvolent Noclnty,
You are hereby notlllod to meet at
your hall, lu full rcgallu, on Sunday,
March 17th, lfc'S, at 2 o'clock p.m.. lor
the laudable purpose nf participating in
the parade, which will take place on that
day, and has been determined upon by
the St. P. B. S.. and will be u conspicu
ous feature of the celebration,-in Cairo,
ot tho anniversary of the birthday ol' In
ItllliA o I'UVI vii on.i., ... . . .vn. I
n..,lj nnlw.ni!.il Ut- I f 1M..L-
N. B. Said member s are also request
ed to attend a meeting, to be held at their
hall Saturday, March 10th, at 7:30 o'clock
p.m. sharp. Jlcsnectfully,
2r. P. O'LAfuni.is, Sec'y.
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
itand in the Reiser building, where he Is
jetter prepared than ever to Htrommo
jate his patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. 11c has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
oouplo of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. Ho em
ploys only first class workmen und those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in stylo and will receive
Jiltlll t IIMIII ! t
Best hums S'J and ! cents per pound ut
New York Store. 3 17-3t
The Roughs ! ! The Roughs !
The Roughs ! .'
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL! !
SCHKKL'S WASHINGTON II ALL,
Monday, March 25th, 1877.
Admission, 50 cents-
rpicKKTS FOR 8AI.K A.THCMl'H'9 I'ftt'l!
a-Slor. it. Aluyara' i'uluirco Store, 1'hll. II.
Baup't Confectionery aad by Meinlirr oi the
Company. . i-.ud
iMnta, Carualc and SimI Ihu. .Blaal WaaAai
, ami Lqai SlaafcM, Mranmaiir
r in. 4
. lU'.m .l.uel. .ml e na
DIM iMjuliliit MM'
Ml araiillu la Ma I KM mm.
mmj olie ai4 an Mni,call or-"l
wmi. mU rm vit M M-
LIAOK tiPIIIK ill m, SIIikiw. VAiuuaii I
.vue) ilron ir oflmiMrUML Infortntvumi ty u V"
late arrival of the Very Latest
Go to tho New York Store to buy
your dry goods and groceries and you
will save money. 3-17-3t
Notice is hereby given that the co-part
ncrship heretofore existing between the
undersigned, under the firm name of "Stu
art fc Gholsou, "has this dayjbeen dissolved
by mutual consent, the said Gaolson faking
the assets and assuming the debts of said
firm. C'has.R. Sti art.
W. E. GHOLS.OS.
Cairo, 111. March, 4, 1878.
Having this day purchased Mr Stuitrl't
interest in the above firm, its property, ai-
sets and good will, I take pleasure in an-
nouncing that I shall continue the busineis
at the old stand; wbere grateful to my
friends and the public generally for past
favors and patronage, I respectfully ask a
eontiuance of such favors and patronage.
W. E. Guotso.v.
Cairo 111, March 4, 1878. d-lin
Fon Kent. A suit of rooms suitable
for one or two gentlemen, on ilrU tloor.
Apply to Mrs. W. F. Pitcher,
3-12-3t 18th St. and Com'l. Ave.
W. R. SMITH, JR., M. D
Office and Residence :
No. 21, Thirteeuth-st., - - CAIRO, ILL
u. it. FAmxxin
CITY BOOK & NEWS STORE
AGENT I'OR TllK
and Bag Co.,
Printsd WraEmnff Pauer,
Butter Trays, &c-,
FOR 8A1.K AT MAM.'l'ACTUnr.R.S I'klC'KS.
No. Tie t'uuimerrlal Avenue.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whole''. and Retail Dealer. In
Foreign and Domestic
nir:s or all kimm.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSRS. '-MYTH A CO., Imve constantly
lnrRC stock ot thf lwt ac"lH in the 'r
ket, and KivueHKOiti Httentlua to the whole,
snk branch of the business.
tOat iIT aOl&alXQ
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
rtow Shades, &o.
AlWkY uo hand, the uelebiakd llluminaU
Ooruir KUventh Streot and Waahl
v ir salary by devoting a very small portion ot
yot.r leisure time to my interest. 1 no not x
Iieal you to runvaas fur my celebrated Heattr'a
'ittnimundOriraits unli'ts you ae lit to ; but the
acrvhie I require of you is both pleasant and
liroDtaMe. Full particulars li-u. Address
lAMKL V. I11CA I I V. Washington. N. J .
E. N. Freshman & Bro s
I8ti W. Fourth St.,
Are author ml to rrctiaailvetliiicments lor th'
paper. Emulate fui niani-d free upon appliutm
scnii two ttampa for our Advertitr't Manual.
Saloon and Restaurant.
. TllK BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Cons'aiitly on hand. Also has constantly
ou band a
I Largo Supply of
ORANGES. APPLES, ETC..
At WhIaJo aad RotalJ.
, aii th Old Deltnonlco Hotel,
j-im IVo. OS Ohio Levee
I, AH. Amnrwaiiteit. niiat.
mm Vm 1 1 1 m.il . I'.trtiv-u larare.
M.ta Im ajU ctWlltU. HallcfeU l'.aaA4-aHla,iJlVtf
ktitvui are ca.iuaia