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The knights of tbe shove order meet
t tiiuT hu tha flnt and third Monday
1 ear month. CominaroUl avenue, 1 floor
toutbof Utbstrt ,atp.m.
t i'i 'lomi,Q. Q. M,
AIKTANnUR LODGI. MO. KM.
Iowa, marts every nmrsday tight
-past turn, in ineir nau on
. between Siith ant) Seventh
n mmoroul avenue
I If . BHfOBPi w
A fiAfllOLODUK.NO.afl.A.F. A.M
M Hold regular eommnnianttoaa la Ma
JJT sonic Hall, comer Comtaaralal eveaoa
' ' and Eighth street, on ina eecona and
("iirth Monday of eaten monio.
1711'f H'l'ti .
Knlftbta of Pythias, meKa every frf-
day nwu at nau-nasi arm, in uaa
fellows Hall. Hown,
hlRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
ejat. Any business flrm can have thnallnel
em, in thia oolumn under apiropriate beading
litiemlo nt tLlft per month ot 1 per year
eyabte quarterly in advanoa.
Hardware. Ntovea and TIB Wan,
Gulden and Karmere IroplcmenU, Wire
no,lt, Uiliuccrotors, Fumr and Ladders.
lo liomncrclaT Avenue. Guttering, and Job
Work done on abort notice.
l. F.McGAIlET Dealer in hard and eoftlam
m, flooring, ceiling, siding and surfaced
Imiilier, lath ud shingles. OAoa and yard
..rni-r Twentieth street and Washington tverine-
Ii. U A RTM AN Dealer In Queeuwaxe, Toys,
l.,tiiisandall hlnda of fancy articles. Commer
"at avenue, corner Mb Street.
W I M.I AM WINTER llxth street between
'nimerrial avenue and Washington ayeaua.
Clothing and Merchant Tnitertnff.
ions ANTRIM -Merchant Tailor and dealer
la Heady Maile ClothlnK. 7 Ohla Levee.
Heal Kelate Agenda.
M. J. HOWLEY Heal Estate Agent. Buys
nd sells real eaute, collects rents, pays taxes
lor nonreeldcnta,ete. Commercial avenue, btr
i wern Ninth and Tenth ttreeta .
Cotton and Tobacco Factors and pro
prietors or ma rannera' i ouacco n erenow.
Hit lifl Commmercial Ayenne
i General Forwarding and Commie. Ion
merchant, for the sale of Vann, Uardca, Ur-
..hard end Dairy Produce. SO Ohio Leyee.
i tieneral Forwarainr and CommUalon
Hixrf Junta, and dealera la ail ainda of rrult and
I'roduce. M Ohio Lcre. Conaigwuenta aolio
i(nl, (iiencila furnbhed on application.
WOOD & COAL.
(J a and after this data our price will be
as followi :
4 loot, byitbe cord, $3
1 cord wood, tawed, $4 '.
t " " sawed and split, f-l 50.
SiDgle loads, $1 &).
1 Ton, 3 00.
i! Tods, fo 50.
fi Ton, or more, i 02j per ton.
1 Ton, 1275.
'JTon,5 86.; '
j Tons, or more, fl '.) per tou.
By C. W. WUEKLIR wO.
March 13, 1878." ' 3-H-lm
Peeillyeiy tbe Beat.
)x. JiorrU' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and llorchound is the very best com
pound ever prepared, advertised, or sold
by any person, or under any name what,
i vt-r, lor the immediate relief and pcr
Humeri t cure of coughs, colds, croup,
whoopiug couh, bronchitis, asthma,
and all diseases of a consumptive type,
it will thoroughly eradicate theae alarm
ing symptoms in ouebalf the time re
l uircd to do so by any other medicine. It
is purely vegetable, and contains not a
particle ol opium or other dangerous
tlrujr. It never fails. ' Every bottle
guarantied to perform exactly as repre
sented. Sold ly
BaKCI.aY IlKOS., CaIIIO, ILLS.,
Also stents fur Trot. I'arkcr's l'leasant
Wurin Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. 1'lensant to take and requires
no physic. Price 25 cents. Try It.
Ax Historical Fact. Every agent
who has been steadily selling the lm
proved $20 Homestead Sewing Machine
lor three years, owns bis dwelling house
has a good account in bank, is clear ot
debt, and has money at Interest, tbe na
tural consequence of securing a good
ageney for superior goods at the lowest
prices. A good lirstclass Sewing Ma
chine, most useful reliable at all
turns, easy to understand and control,
the Kanic size and docs the samo work
as nny machines that sells at four tiuius
the price. There U no luachiue at any
price better, or that will do liner or more
work, and certainly none so low in prize
by many dollars. The Homestead is
widely known and used in thousands of
(ami lies in the eastern and middle states,
and daily becoming popular in tbe west.
It will save its cost several times over in
one season, duing the work of the lamlly,
or will earn tour or live dollars a day
for any man or woman who sows for a
living. It is the strongest machine
mnilo, is ready at nil times to do work
makes the strongest and finest stitch yet
invented, and is fully acknowledged as
the Standard Family Sewing machine.
Price, complete tor domestic use. Ue-
diiced to only $20, delivered at roar door,
no matter how remote you may reside.
Business permanent and honorable, witb
more certain and rapid sales, and larger
nrotltn tiian anv other. Extraordinary
liberal offers made to local or traveling
agents where we bave none established;
or, if there Is no agent near you, send
your order airect to tne laciory. Ad
dress John H. Kendall ft Co., 421 Broad
way, New York. 3sl5-12m.
In order to raise funds to buy an organ
lor the Mission Sundy school, on 18th
Hirect, there will be a regular good old
lasuioned supper, also ice cream, cake,
lemonade, oranges,' candles, etc., in Dr.
Wardnor's buildiug, No. Ill Commercial
avenue, on Thur.day evening tha Ulsttusi.
Supper will be. ready at 0 o'clock. -Come
very body, and get a good square meal,
' aud don't go home to supper. Be good to
other as well as .to yourself. Admission,
Including supper, only 26c.
Misses Nettie Cundlff, Nellie Hoblnsou,
Monte Metculf,'. Clntby Dean. Anna
Morse, Mattle Alden, Nannie Olmsted
Grace 'Hewitt, Lula Talbott and Jennie
Mesdames K. J. Cundlff, Q. M. Alden,
J. Thistlewood. r. M.Ward, J. Ta1bo)t,0.
A. Osborn, MoOhes, W. W. Woot
n, MJlss Apilii Cundltr, Capi Ju. F. Miller,
Mnm, O. II. Aldw, turn Stewart, J.
ThtrUswooifT. J. Clirks ahlJ. McCarthy
Til l USD AY, March 81, 1878.
Dry salt nicati, bacon ;sidca, shoulder
and hams, tierce, barrel and bucket lard
all In good stock and for sale low at
Not. 70 and 71 Ohio levee.
Considerable Ice U piling through
this city bound tor the south.
Yarnelrs Baking Powder-
Give it triaL
The Paducah Sun calla our chief ot
police C'apt Artcr.
The Delta broom factory In Wilcox's
block has again resumed work. ,
Yarnell'a Baking Powder ia the
2 Dr. G. 11. Leaon yesterday .moved,
not out of the city, but out of his old ol-
floe and Into Wilcox's blot?. ' i
The elpeiwater is coming up quite
llrely, and the first skill appeared on
Lake Shannessy yesterday.
-The weather Just now is "duccdly"
charmiDf, but it won't last much louger.
and then what will the Sun have to talk
aHt rcci'lvcd at ; the
Hakry Walk tit.
A Missouri farmer, whoso name we
have forgotten, is storing quite a quant
ity el tobacco In the brick building ad
joining Carl's livery stable.
Oyster soup lunch at Harry alkcr's
Crystal saloon every evening at 9
Hereafter tbe Bulletin sfflce will be
open all night, aud advert uements and
local notices will be recelvel up to mid
Mrs. Thos. W. Halliday has donat
ed to tbe Betorm Club a substantial glass
ease in which to exhibit '"ouelwue-not"
What has become of tie "general as
sembly of tbe State of llinols," which
used to meet at the Retora Club rooms ?
Has it adjourned sine die7 If so why so?
Query: "Why wlU una smoke com
mon tobacco when .they n buy Mar-
burg Bros. 'Seal ot Nortl Carolina' at
the same price?" 19-3-tf.
The steam saw of lessrs. C. W.
Wheeler & Co.'s wood yarl keeps a con
tinual buz during the day.ind is highly
appreciated by those ndghbors who
have "big ears" lor music.
Go to Pettis
& Bird't for eggs
Potatoes, per bushel,
twelve dozen, $1.
Two professional beggars one being
minus a leg and tbe other minis an arm,
were visible on the streets yesterday,
and "took in" the dimes ot those whose
sympathy they aroused witb pathetic
If you don't believe Putis A Bird
are selling groceries way down low. go
and see them and be convinced. lw
Collector Saup gives soticc that on
the 10th ot April he will piaco the copy
for the delinquent tax Use in the hands
of tbe printer, and after rhtt date costs
will be added. Taxpayers will govern
themselves accordingly. '
Wo understand thatlbo Hibernian
fire company haspurchasd the vacant
lot on the corner of Thirteenth street
and Washington avenue tritb'a view ot
constructing, thereon theii much-talked-of
new engine house.
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
9 o'clock this eyening at hai ry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Cimmcrcial ave
Mr. B. F. Blake wa9 busy yesterday
establishing communication between his
store and residence by means ol Hie bell
telephone. His residence is situated
on Eleventh, between Walnut and Cedar
The Ucv. Dillou Lee will, on Sunday
night next, again conduct divine services
in the atheneum. What subject Las been
chosen lor that evening's diieoursc we
are unaware, but that tbe sermon will be
instructive and will repay liitening to,
wa are satisfied.
For Butter,'. Ka,
Api'lui, etc., call a
)o. 64 Ohio levee.
In our perambulations about the city
In the last few days, we havo . netked a
number of fine shade trees that have
been ruined by having the bark eaten
oft by horses and mules, which contrary
to tho ordinances ot tbe city, arc permit
ted to roam about the streets at will,
It Is to be hoped that this matter will
receive the attention of the authorities.
Our readers should not forget the
sociable for tbe Mission Sunday school,
to-night, at Dr. Wardner's bnllding, No,
111 Commercial avenue. The supper,
which will be ready at 6 o'olock, will
consist of everything that constitutes
square meal, besides candles, cakes
oranges, etc, and will cost only 25 cents
Every boay wb wants a good time for
little money should go, ,
- A rafflo for a handsome looking
glass, the property ot the bartender at
the City brewery, will take place on tbe
80th of this month. The glass is valued at
$50, and is one ot the handsomest In the
city. !hnncs are only twcuty-flve cents
each. This Is a good chance for some
one to get a good glass cheap. The Clfy
brewery is a popular place of rcstort, and
Messrs. Feuchter & Schwanltz, are clever
gentlemen, and always try to please their
1b the probate court yesterday tha
case ol trwln Maxwell vs. Pat. Corco
ran. BUI tietfln toilet Kaehsn ai
beard. Mr. Maiwell noted Corcoran a
farm near tbe city, and took bil notes,
with Gearln and Meehan as security, and
the latter now seeks to be released from
liability on tbe notes. F. M. Gilbert, Esq.,
appeared for Mr. Maxwell, and Mulkey
A Leek for Corcoran. The trial of the
ease occupied the entire day, and at Its
conclusion Judge Yocumreserved bit
decision until thia morning, l . , ;
. Children cryf lor fltcber'a CaatorU
It Is as pleasant ' to take aa ' honey. It
contains no morphine or other deleter
tova Ingredient, and is sure to expel
worms, cur wind colic, regulate tbe
bowels and stomach, and overcome lrri
tation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Mother! can rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Castoria. It is barm
less, it Is certainly sneedy. and It la
cheap. : jf IMMSw
John Q. ILirman Is at liome again,
and feels confident that be will receive
tho Democratic nomination lor clerk ot
the appellate court. . We hope he la not
mistaken. Few men deserve better at
the hands ot tho party than Mr. Barman.
In times past he has always stood up
and worked for the party and its candi
dates. Besides this his qualifications for
tho position : cannot be questioned, and
his experience-acquired as circuit clerk
of this county lor twelve years would
stand him In hand as clerk of the appel
. I'KRSOftAL. Judgo Bros has gone up
the Illinois Central lino on a business
triplor bis house. . ' . ?
4 Mr. i. U, Obcrly Is home again.
Mrs. Metcalf, who has been danger
ously 111, Is slowly recovering.
George L. Datum, Evansvillc, in the
city. :' ... - r
M. B, Maxey, Jonesboro, at tbe
it. II. Bice, Paducah, at the Planter.)
K. K. Leland, Milwaukee, is at the J
St, Charlei hotel, t; ' ,
P. II. Fisse, St. Iouis, is quartered
at the Arlington.
Wm. C. Clark, Cincinnati, at the
G. B. Wild, a "legal limb" troin
Blandville, Ky is at tbe Arlington. .
w, ii. rreeneiu, oi at. ixuis, was at
the Planters' House yesterday.
-3. C. Burkman, Chicago, was a guest
at tie St. Charles hotel yesterday.
Col."A. D. Hall and wife, Bockport.
Ind., are ainon? the guests at the ' Ais
-D. W. Halstead and wife, Sheboy
gan, were guests at the St. Charles hotel
f , Os. Grecnluy, of Goose Island, is in
tbe city on business.
-B. II. Hooper, ol Boston, was at tbe
W. C. Johnson, St. Louis, is among
tbe guests at the Planters' House.
-Dr. George Dixon, late of Mount
Vernon, has settled in Cairo, and will
pursue his practice beie.
11. Mason, Cincinnati, is at the St.
Mrs. J. S, Siuricrs, who has for quite
while been ill with the pneumonia, Is
able to be about again.
-Mr. J. Burger returned fmm the
east yesterday, and declares that he has
purchased, and will soon commence to
receive the finest stock ol poods to be
found in Cairo. Look out.
Mr. Stockfleth, who has been at Hot
Spriogs for the last week or ten days,
writes that his health is improving and
that he will remain there for at least a
month. Harry Walker accompanies Mr.
Cairo Temperance Kef or in 'lnb.
A sociable and reunion of tbe members
ol the Cairo Temperance Keform Club
and their families will be held at their
club rooms this (Thursday) evening.
The regular monthly business meeting
of the club, for the transaction ot busi
ness only, will bo held on to-morrow
Friday) evening. A lull attendance of
the members is requested.
The regular weekly meeting, to which
the nubile are cordially invited, will be
held on Saturday night. Hon. M. J.
Inscorc of Anna will deliver an address,
and tiic meeting will be one ot more
than general interest.
Will K. Hawkins, Sec'y.
I am prepared to give lessons in vocal
music to individuals or classes at my
residuncc, on Walnut, one door from
Seventh street, and respectfully solicit
public patronage. Terms, made to suit
tbe times, will be given .on application.
lti-3-lw Walter F. McKkk.
Notice Is hereby given to all person
wbo bave not yet paid their taxes
that, under instruction of the auditor of
state, 1 am compelled to publish the de
Uuquont tax Hat in order to take judge
ment at the May term of the probate
court, and that In order to do this tbe
copy will be placed In the bands of tbe
printer on the 10th day of April. After
that date costs will be added. Pay your
taxes and save costs. Peter Saw, -
March SO, 1878, td. . Collector.
The Dead faunas lie Halted,
Nor it your lungs aro halt wasted away
can you bo cured 'by the use of, Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. ' It
Is, however,5 unequaled as a tonlu and al
torative, and readily cures tbe most
obstinate cases of bronchitis,' coughs,
colds, I and Incipient s consumption
Its great reputation in curing pimples.
blotches and tumors, is due to its re
solvent qualities, ' In order to "know
thyself" folly, procure copy ol tne
People's Common Sense Medical Ad
vlser, an Illustrated work 6l nearly one
thousand pages. Over one hundred
Uiousaid copies already, sold. , Prior
mst tjile. tl CO: ' Addrwl tbe Author, I
, V. Pierce, M. D., Battle, If. Y.
Council Chamber, Cairo, III., '
March 19. 1878. I
PresentHis Honor Mayor Winter,
and Aldermen Foley, Halllday, Lancai
ter, o'caiiahin, ptier, Eittenhouse,
inisttewood, Wood, Wright and Yo-
cura10. . j , t, v
Th mayor stated the object of tbe
meeting to be to take Into further consid
eration the ordinance entitled; "An ordl
nance providing for the vacation of a
portion ot Levee street."
On motion of Alderman Halllday, the
ordinance was taken from the table and
read at length.
Alderman Patlcr moved to amend sec
tion five (5), by adopting the following,
viz; ,b .
SkctiohC. "That flftv fMV feet in
Width on the eajtfrlv airi n snld nna
hundred feet strip, uorth of Elghthconth
street, Is hereby set apart and declared to
be a public street and hiirhwav ot said
city of Cairo."
The motion was adopteJ by the follow
Ayes Foley, Halllday. Lancaster.
O'Callahan, Patier, Rittenhouse,;Thltle
wood, Wood, Wright and Yocum-10.
Alderman Patier moved to further
amend the ordinance by the adoption ot
section tlx (0), and which reads as foU
SKC. 6. That nothlnsr herein shall
vent the city from at any time hereafter
devoting thirtystivo (36) feet In width
through said entire one hundred (100)
leet strip (excepting the fifty (50) feet set
apart above) to the laying dowi and use
ot railroad tracks under such arrange-
uwuiaas may oe Hereafter agreed upon
between tbe city, any railroad eomnanr
or companies. - ,
The motion to amend resulted In Its
adoption by tho following vote :
Ayes Foley, Halllday, Lancaster.
O'Callahan. Patier, Rlttenhouse,Thlstlei
wood, Wood, Wright and Yocum-10.
Alderman Wood moved that the ordi
nance as amended aa a whole be adopted.
and reads as follows : . -t . i
ORDINANCE NO. -.
An Ordinance Providing lor the Vaca
tion of a portion of Levee Street.
B it vdaintd by tht City Council tht
tity of Cairo :
Sbvtio 1. That all that part of Leyee itreet
IJiok between the aoatherly aide (if extended)
of lUffhtetnth street, and tha aoutherly aide (if
extended) of Thirty, fourth street. In the city ot
1". ills -, (exoepi aa provided in eecUon two
ot thia ordinance) be and the ume is hereby va
cated a d declared to be no longer a public atraet
or highway, aid the lots and tracts of iai im
mediately adjoining laid portion or Leree street
en either aide thereof ahall not extend to the cen
tral lineoi said vaeated street or beyond their
present respective boundaries, bat the land on
which the portion of aaid etreet hereby vacated ia
located ahaJl bejdaveted ta ike ue declared in the
third aection of thia ordinance.
eae. i. That wherever and So long as
any cro-a Hreet, terminating at the wcat
erly aide of Hat ponion or Levee
at eet heieby vactttd, has oppoeiie there
to on tbe eaatetty aide ef aaid Levee
etreet, any land owned by any person or persona
sack portions or aaid Leyee itraat as would be
covered by any aueh erota street, if extended to
the easterly aide ol said Levee street, shall remain
imnow vcnirai KauroM corapw
Bar. 3. That portion ef Levee street vacated
by thie ordinance, shall, aa fax as the eity ot
Cairo may so declare, be used by Illinois Central
Bailroad company exclusively for Its railroad
parposea, and for tbe switclies or sidetracka which
may be required lor aay mill, factory, shop,
warehouse, elevator, incline, ear transfer, coal
damp or yard, manufacturing establishment or
basineas bouse, built or established, er which
may hereafter be built or eeteWithed upon or on,
or adjoining said portion of I-evee street so va
Sic. . That said vacation of said portisa of
Levee etreet is hereby made, aad Bald use thereof
la hereby surrendered, in consideration of the
conveyance by aaid Illinois Central Railroad
oanpany, by good: and sufficient deed in fee, to
the said city of Cairo of the one hundred feet
strip of land designated and described an tbe
recorded maps or plats of said city ot Cairo and
its additions as "lllineis Central Railroad." not
heretofore conveyed by aaid Illinois Central
Railroad company to tbe trustees of the Cairo
eity property, excepting that portion of aaid
one hundred leet strip lying between the
northerly line of Fourteenth street and the
aoutherly line of Eighteenth street, in said
city of Cairo ; and also in consideration of said
Illinois Central Bailroad company saving and
keeping harmless the aaid city ot Cairo, of and
from any and all damages suffered by any owner
ot any lot or tract of land abutting on the portion
of said Levee street hereby vacated in couse
queoce of the vacation thereof, and of the pay
ment by Illinois Central Railroad company of all
damage to the owner of any lot or tract of land
ahuttiog tha vacated portion of said Levee etreet,
suffered in consequence of the vacation thereof.
Src. 6. That fifty (SO) feet in width on the
easterly side of aaid one hundred feet strip,
north of Eighteenth, is hereby set apait and de
clared to be a public street aad highway of said
city of Cairo.
Sxo. e. That nothing herein shall prevent the
city from, at any time hereafter, devoting iliirty
ava(N4) feet in width through aaid entire one
n tron reu ttw) leet atrip (excepting the fllty (ftO)
feet set apart ablve) to the lav Inn down anil nac
of railroad tracka under such arrangements as
mny do .nereaiicr agreed upon Detween tne city
and any railroad company or companies.
The motion prevailed, and the ordi
nance adopted by the vole as follows:
(Vjos-llalliday, Lancaster, O'Calla
han, Patier, liittenhouse, ThlstlcwooJ,
Wood, Wright and Yocum-9.
Nays Foley 1.
On motion of Alderman Wood, the
J. B. Piiillis, City Clerk.
NEW 1NSUKANCK AGENCY
Oillce at Alexander Co. Buuk,
llisks written in Qrst class Companies
At lair rates. Sec advertisement.
Look Out for Motha,
VoU cau envw orotic r by goiug tu Imu
caster A Kicus ana getting cedar
chests made to order for all kinds ot
wool, clothing and furs. They also have
on hand the best cistern pumps in ex
istence. Warranted or money refunded.
Ed. Braxton has returned to bis old
stand in the Reiser building, where he Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date bia patrons and the publlo who
may favor Dim with a call. lie has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
be has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. He cm'
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patroniie him will bave their wants
attended to in style 'and will receive
courteous treatment. .; - v
Wanted, S0O Hen.
Three hundred laborers and three nun
dred scraper teams. ' ' -
The above teams aro wanted to work
on the Chicago, St. Louis & New Or
leans railroad, near Cairo, 111,
Address ' W.P. Ddxavant&Co.,
A. Momkoi, Sup't. Fllmore, Ky
JT ' HaMl'Wnsa It. ?
.-last hamiSi and SjieUU per pound at
Tew York Store. M7 St
" SIQUt AL SMVIC REPORT.
Mm or rail
. HI ., ......
St. Paul ..,
. JAMES M. WATSON,
Sergeant Sisaal Service, U. i, A
The Jim Flak for Paducah, Ste. Gene,
vieve for Memphis, James Howard for
Mew Orleans are due to-day.
Tbe weather yesterday was like Indian
summer and tha dust Is becoming very dis
The Golden City passed ta Cincinnati
yesterday with 700 tons of freight and a
big trip of people.
The Charles Morgan added 100 tons here,
ana is deeply laden for New Orleans.
The Andy Baum, night before last, had a
big trip for Memphis.
The Fearless returnedto St. Louis with
three barges ot railroad iron.
Captain Down has sold bis Interest in the
Golden Crown to Captain Vint Shinkls
who now own the boat, and retires from
the river indefinitely but not, we hops,
pwrnuoatly. Capt. Wm P. Walker, well,
known a loag the rivers, takes command ol
the Golden Crown. Be is one of the oldest
eomnianders on tbe Ohio and Mississippi
Lord Palmetto, of Nashville, is in Cin
cinnati trying to get a tow boat lor Clifton,
(Tenn.) current works.
Mr. Lem MaJbar("tbe old gentleman")
and Mr. Johnson, both of the Halllday ft
Phillips Wbarlboat company, called at tbe
reading room yesteiuav, and each put on
a red ribbon and became two of the boyr.
There's nothing like it,
Tbe Montauk has a new wheel and a
new cost ot paint on her hull.
Leslie Coleman'a Laundry.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between w ash-
In jt on and Commercial avenues, and takes
this method ot Informing ber old friends
and patrons that she Isan&in at their ser
vice, and solicits their patronage. She baa
reduced prices to suit the times.
Larger than Life I
On receipt of $1.50 1 will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 600 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 ean be readily discovered
in a drop oj water, and for examining
small objects, all manner of insects, the
texture of cloths, &c, detecting foreign
matter in sugar, flour and other articles
of diet, for detecting counterfleit money,
and a hundred other nselul purposes, it
will be found Invaluable.
An endless source of amusement for
the coming winter evenings. Sent by
mall on receipt of price.
SEAVElt & CO.,
lit Park Plarw, N. Y. City.
Ihe Btlngiug; Nenaatlou
In the gullet called "heartburu," (why,
it Is impossible to conceive, since the
heart has nothing to do with It,) is
caused by the acetous fermentation hi the
stomach ol the food contained in it; by an
overplus of the gastric juice, which is it
self a powerful acid, or by the unnatural-
acid quality ol that secretion. The
ordinary way ot treating this symptom,
for it is nothing else, is to administer bl
carbonatc ot soda, an alkali, to neutral
ize the acid. But sour stomach cannot
be cured by alkalis, which tend to weaken
the digestive apparatus. A far better
remedy is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
which strengthens the cellular mem
brane, the seat of the difllculty, regulates
tho flow of ttie gastric secretion, Im
proves the quality if vitiated, and puts
the stomach iu good workiuir order.
Perfect digestion follows as a natural
sequence, and there is uo more trouble
from heartburn or sour stomach. The
liver and bowels arc also thoroughly
regulated by this sovereign alterative.
r xblbilioii and Hectare.
Marcy's 'Luminary of Delight" will
percent a beautiful collection of Bible
views and historical scenery to
night, at Turner Hall, the exereism
will be luterpcrsed with music, poetry
aud gospel sons umli r auspices ol the
Baptist Sunday School. Tickets, 25 cts;
youths, 15 v.U. ihildren, 10 cm.
Dr. T. Wilson, Delineator.
For Hrtle oiillxvlinnKe.
I will sell my farm at Pulaski station,
on tne Illinois central rauroau, cneaii
for cash, r exchange for Cairo city
property. The farm Ik uiiu of the bout
in Pulaski county, nulla tho best ol con
dition. For particulars, iuqttlre of J. II.
Metculf, Cairo, Illinois. 3t
iheboyifan Water, Ale, Meer. C'Klor,
niuerai santi oui vrii ra.
Mr. Andrew Iohr has constantly on
hand fresh receipts of the famous She
boygan water, and he is now ready to
All orders for any quantity, either bot
tled, in kegs, or by tbe jug. This water
is celebrated for its efficacy in curing
piles, constipation, dyspepsia, beadaohe,
and diseases of the stomach and liver.
It Is plcusant to the taste, aud sure to do
good to thuHe wbo take It. Mr. Lohr Is
also prepared to supply families with
ale, beer, or elder, put up in bottles or by
tbu oimnlity. as tnuy be desired. Also
soda and intm ral waters in bottles.
Goods delivered in any part of the city
without extra charge. 3-3-1 ra
Nkw Goods. Mrs. S. Williamson will
commence to receive her spring stock ot
millinery goods on tho tlrst of March,
and dally thereafter until her stock is
complete. Mrs. Williamson has also
purchased a full stock ol notlona and
Jewelry ot all kinds, which she will bo
able to sell to her patrons at greatly re
dUOed prlcca, She bu bought lor cash,
and defies oooivitlUon In ber line of bual
ness, and lnte an Inspection of her
FARNBAKER, The Clothier,' calls tho' attention
readers of the 'Bulletin' to his
Styles of Hats of All MakesStetson, Hirsh and Hooper
Stiff and Soft Crown.
These goods arrived on Saturday afternoon's train by
press, and are his Second Lot of tho Season, and the
Spring Styles received In the city. Call and examine.
FARNBAKER, the Clothier
Notice is hereby given that the co-part
aerthlp heretofore existing between tbe
undersigned, under the firm name of "Stu
art A Gholson,"has this daymen dissolved
by mutual consent, the said Ghotson taking
the assets and assuming tbe debts or said
firm. cuas.iv. oioaKi,
W. E. Gholson.
Cairo, 111. March, 1. 1878.
Bavlng this day purchased Mr Stuart'a
Interest in the above firm, its property, aa
seta and good will, I take pleasure In an
nouncing that I shall continue tbe business
at the old stand; where grateful to my
friends and the publio generally for past
favors and patronage, I respectfully ask a
eontiuance of such favors and patronage.
W. E. Gholson.
Cairo III, March 4. 1878. d-lm
The Roughs ! ! The Roughs ! !
The Roughs ! !
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL!
SCH EEL'S WASHINGTON HALL,
Monday, March 25th, 1877.
Admission 50 cents.
TICKETS FOR SALK AT BCflUH'S VtlVii
Store, H. Meyers' Tobncco Store, Phil. H.
Saup's Confectionery and by nlembers of the
13. 3tT. FATlKTm.
GITT BOOK fc NEWS STORE!
ACiK.NT FOK THE
and Sag Co.,
Printed Wrarwnff Paper,
Butter Trays, &c ,
rOK SALK AT MAN'l'FACTUBERH l'ltRKS.
No. I3 t'ouimerelnl AveiitK'.
E. N. Freshman & Bro's
ISO W. Fourth Sr.,
Are authnr red to rect ivc mlvei'tl'emt'nls lorthis
aoer r.siiiiiaics turiiiam'n lice upon iipphciuvu
end two ln,is for our Advert ier's Manual .
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Cons' fttitly on hand. Also Iih constantly
on hand a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES, ETC..
At Wfcelasale aad Retail
it the Old DclmorUco Hotel,
Wo. SS Ohio Levee
a Vel.tn. ;!t!Utsante'l. Punk
pew lnlllnijio. lrnoularsfnii'.
diMiUled In hue of duty, if by
accident or otherwise. A
WOUND of any kind, the
lots of a I'lnrrer or Tan. or
the lovj of an Eva, a RVh
I'll UK, if b.tslif ht, fivesa
penMoii. Ulseasa of Ltuaga
or Varleoaa Veins jive a
Cisc nargaa lor vraune,iwunea
or rupture, you et full boua.
ty. MTSta4 f starapa for
cony ef Peaaioa aad Sowal)
AU. Adda.es sll Utters te
late arrival of the Very l)
UAlttU & ST. LOUIS K
aTe, a n am ana. etast aaa, m
8tiOKlt5T SHORT L
rpUK trains by this road oonaert ,i at
iL tKL&'S! I". K other i.
T1MK SCilKDCLS ;
Tl. ..!, X . . .
...".au kiaicjo ieaves i:alrO e.,1
Murphyaboro Accoumiodariorw,9 :1
(.talif) aeaee-eee tttt , fl .erf
Through Express Leaves fl. ?. Louis 8 $
Murphysboro Accommodation Leaves '
EMEMBETt Tha Cairo an. ,.
Jf,K" i' 1 oNl'V ALL B"' bout!
viru ami oi. jx)uis under one
agenuwt ; therefore ihere are no delays at
tatinn. .n-i:i.ir. n .; '
. Mjuumuvu, ii u in omcr
Passengers Golnz North. Vnrrh.., a
should not buy their tickets until they havi
ammed our rates and routes. 1
V. (J. RUKLL. U. T. WmTLOClJ
W. R. SMITH, JR., M.
Office and Besidence :
No. 21, Thlrteenth-st., - - CAIBO,
B. SMYTH & CO
Wholeials and Retail Dealers ia
WIXKN OF ALL IONi:
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
TV TESSUS. SMYTH A CO.. have constant
J-Vi. larire stock, ot the best coods in the is
ket, and Kiveeiiiecial attention to the whi
Paints, Oils, Varnishe
FaU Paper, Window Glass, wi
cow emaaoa, eto.
Always ou hand, the celebrated illumine
Oornevr Eleventh Street and Waahll
ton a venae -
SCHOOL TEACHERS: S
ou can a
ir salary hy devotinv a verv small Dorttod
yoi.r leisure time to my Interest. I do not
wot you to canvass fur my celebrated Beat
Pianos anil Organs iiulnes you see Ut to ; but
service t require ot you in both pleasant
proataMe. i till partu-tilsrs live. Addiesa
DANIEL K. liKATTH.Wa-hinKlon.NJ
THROAT, UING5,LIYER ft B1M
In the vronderful merllelna to which tbe aUtil
ed are above directed for relief, the diswvsa
ncueves ne naa comtilneil in rvmnoeiy nores
Nature's sovereign eurntive nroperties. whl)
Uod Iim instilled Into tho vegetAble klnfdo
for healing the strk, than were ever before ee
blnail In one medicine. Theeviileneeof thtafa
Is found in the trait variety ot meet ohaUna
diseases which It baa bcuu found to conquer. 1
the euro ot Hronchltla, Revert) Coafk
and the early atoges ol Conanaaption, ft a
atonUheil the medical lucidly, and ernlae
lhvsiciana pronounce it the greatest medio
llecovary of the neo. While It eiirea the aev
Mijt lie. It strengthens tha system and wmr
thebloooY Bv liagraat ai4 Ok""
uurifvinir litmiertiea, It euresau ta
llnA.t.,i.irihin hi M.Hfl.
mora, trofn the womt sirrotala tokcrmn
BBi...i. uinii.., a.'vnnsianj'eleroar
dtwrnms iluaeraf rulsons, and Uielie)ava
enullraled, and vigorous healih m a jw
constitution eatablinhed. Vrfit1!
rheum, rover Soreo. swalv orlloaj
Skill, in error t, all Uniinerou0reesau
by bad blood, are eonqueted by tats levrsrn
purifyina;, and InviswaUnf used Wine. taW
If yon feet dull, drowsr, debrntated, bavs a
low color of skin, or yellowish brows r"J
time or body, frequent beadarhe or d Its UJ
biul taste in mmitli. Uiternal he atsreh Itoaiij
nute.1 with hot Biishea, low splrlta, and loo
Imrobndinirs, irree ular "oVnia? tSvi
ooaleil, vou are suffrlifJomXorjJ itr"
ar milonsnee In -JJ
bu suon OBI
2 w einal. as It 'firti