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0XORBT SOOOTIM .
Tht knights of tbe above order meet
at their rudl the trst end third Monday
1 muo month. ComtrwmUl avenue, M aoor
nil Mnuns.Q. O. H.
.ui. ii rTiunsi iinai. HO. tU.
f Indepetvlanl Order of Odd-M.
V lowVmecta mrr Ttwrtdev night
"x' at hftU-uMt eerren, In their uuoi
mroeroiei avenue, between Blith ant) Seventh
eete r. D. KixroiD, H.
CAUeOLODUIC. NO.MJ.A.F. A A. M.
' aTe. 11 old resmlai eommunioationa la Me-
TX tonic Hall, corner Commercial ran
ana Eignin idm, on we teoona mm
fourth Monday of each month.
IlIKO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. 0. ., masts
Kln Odd-rellowt' Uall on the Ant and third
I ocular In rrery month, at half-past terra
A. CoMixua, G P
Knight of Py thin, meet every Prl
day nlzht at half-nut etveo, ia Odd
rellowa' Ilall. Uowb,
.WHO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Hate.-Anybutlneet (Irm can haw to reeling
.e, in tli in column under ippropriata beading
liberate ol Sl.au per mouth or 12 per year
ayaoie quarterly in advance.
Hardware, Hievee aatj Tin War.
a. HAi.i.KYlilf in Stoves. Tin end Herd
ro, Oaidrn ami farmers' IropleruenU, Wire
naU( llrtrigeniVwa, rumps ana uown.
l. i,.,mmcri-,lal Avenue. Guttering, and Job
Work done on thort notice.
I, s.Mot.A HE Y Dealer In hard and toft lam
r, flooring, ceiling, tiding and surfaced
iiiiiiher, lath and thlnglea. Gflue and yard
'rniT Twentieth ttreet and Washington avenue
I. HAKTM AN Dealer In Queenswert, Toys,
l.tinpa and all klndt of fancy articles. Commer
v ai avenue, corner lh rtest,
WILLIAM WrTKK-ilxth street between
.'iiiiiuercial avenue and W aabiniton avenue.
t'lotbiasT anil Hcrrhaaf Tallarlna;.
JOHN ANTKIal-Merehent Tailor and dealer
i"a Heady Made Clothing. 71 Ohio Levee.
teal fcatate Aceejelee.
M. .1. HOWLET Beal KtUU Agent. Bnyt
-ml telle real estate, collect rente, peyt taiee
mr non-resident, etc. Commercial avenue, be
Hwn Ninth awl Tenth ttreet.
INKLE THISTLE WOOD-
CotUm and Tobacco Facto re and rro-
i ni'iure or uit larmere' louacco n arenetue.
A !t Commmercial Avenue
' (htb1 forwarding and Commission
merchant, for the tale of (arm, tardea, Or
:hard and Dairy t'roduce. " Ohio Levee.
P A. WHKBLOCK ft CO.-
ij iiwwral rorwardin
g and Commission
merchant, and dealers ia all kinds of fruit and
I'roduce. M Ohio Levee. ConeinmenU wlie
tM, ftMicile fUrnUhnl on application.
WOOD & COAL.
on tnjaltrr ihli dale our prices will t
it followt :
4 loot, bytbe cold, ti 3-V
1 cord wood, tawed, 11 25.
I " " tawed and epltt, 1 00.
Single !oid, f 1 50,
1 Ton, a 00.
u Tone, $5 50.
b Tone, or more, $1 li'ij pi r too.
1 Ton, t2 75.
0 font, or more, 2 jo per loiu
By C. W, Whkklir A So.
March U, 1878. 3-1 4-1 m
thetroyrtMn Water, Ale, Beer, rider,
Mlaeral aal Heda Waltra.
Mr. Andrew I.ohr has constantly on
hand Ircsb rcocipt of the famous Slie
U.vgHti water, and lie is now ready to
lill orders lor any quutitity, either bot
tled, in hex, or uy the jug. Tbis water
is celebrated for iu etlluaey in curing
piles, constipation, dj epeptia, headache,
and diseases of the stomach and liver.
It is pleasant to the tnste, and sure to do
pot to those who take it. Mr. Lobr la
alo prepared to supply families with
ale, beer, or cider, put up in bottles or by
tin; quantity, as may be desired. Also
soda and mineral waters in bottles.
Goods delivered in any part of the city
Tvltbout extra charge. 33-lm,
An limoKiciL Fact. Every agent
who has been steadily selling the Im
proved $20 Homestead hewing Machine
lor three years, owns his dwelling bouse
has a good account in bank, is clear ol
debt, and has money at Interest, the na
tural conseuueoce of securing s good
agen?y for superior goods at the lowest
prices. A good lim-class Sewing Ma
chine, tuost useful reliable at all
turns, easy to understand end control,
tlio same size and does the same work
as any machines that soils at four times
the price. There lino machine at any
price better, or that will do finer or more
work, and certainly none so low in pri
by many dollars. The Homestead is
widely known and uphI In thousands of
lamilieg in the eastern and middle states,
and daily becoming popular in the west.
It will savo Its cost several times over tn
one season, duing the work of the tamily,
or will earn tour or livo dollars a day
for any mnn or woman who sews for a
living. It is tlio BtronifCft machine
made, 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.
Prior-, complete lor domestic use. Hes
duecd to only $20, delivered at your door,
no mailer how remote you may reside.
Business permanent and honorable, with
more certain and rapid sales, and larger
profit than any other. Extraordinary
liberal offers made to local or traveling
agents where we have none established;
or, If there is no agent near you, send
your order direct to the factory. Ad
dress .lobn II. Kendall A Co 421 Broad
way, New York. 3.15-12m.
a.- . 1
Nor It your lungs are halt wasted away
can yon be cured by the use of Dr.
Tierce's Uolden Medtcal Discovery. It
Is, however, uncqualcd as tonic and al
terativo, and readily cures the most
obstinate catics ot bronchitis, coughs,
colds, and , incipient consumption
iis great reputation in curing pimples
blotches and tumors, is due to its re-
solvent qualities, In order to. ''know
thyself" fully, procure a copy ol the
Tcople's Common Stne Medical Ad
viser, an illustrated work ol nearly one
thousand pages. Over one hundred
thousand copies already sold. Price,
post paid, $1 QO. Address the author, R.
V I'lereo. M. P., BulMo. N. V.
1 am prepared to give lessons In vocal
ruuslo to Individuals or classea at my
residence, on Walnut, one door from
Seventh atreet, and respectfully solicit
. public patronage. Terms, made to suit
trie timet, win do given on application
Waiter F. McKbi.
FUIDAY, liArch 23, 1878.
Dry salt meats, bacon ;sldei, shoulders
and hams, tierce, barrel and bucket lard
all In goo! stock and for tale low at
Not. 70 and 71 Oblo levee.
The regular monthly business moet
iug of the Reform club takes place to
Shell oysters Just received at the
Crystal saloon. Uaurv Walker.
Hon. M. J. Isscore will address the
Reform club to-night at the hall ol the
If you don't believe Tutus & Bird
are telling groceries way down low. go
and tee them and be convinced. lw
Tbere'will be a game of base ball at
the loot ol Eighth ttreet thit alternoon,
at 3 o'clock.
Henry Schick has the celebrated five
cent "Infant" cigar. Ture Havana tiller
with Connecticut wrapper. lw
The "Flor de Alma" it a superior ten
cent cigar for tale by Benry Schick, near
the corner oi Ninth ttreet, on Commer
cial avenue. 3-22-lw
Oyster soup luuchat Harry alker's
Crystal saloon every evening at 9
At will be seeu by a notice else
where, Mr. J. II. Metcalf offers to tell or
exchange his Tulaski county (arm.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mnlkey't little
daughter Maggie is in a very critical
condition. We did not learn the nature
of her ailment.
Try tho "Flor de Alma" ten cent
cigar, at the cigar store of Henry
Almost every steamboat that lands
at our wbart hat on board negro fami
lies who are leaving the south, and who
are seeking homes In the northern states.
Query : "Why will men smoke com
mon tobacco when ;they can buy Mar
burg Bros. 'Seal ol North Carolina' at
the same price V 10-3-tl.
II the Delta band and the other
bands would make use ol the music-
stands and play us a tune occasionally,
these nights would be doubly endearning.
For the best fivejeeot clar In town
go to Henry Schick's and get the "In
lanL" 3.22-1 w
A tire occurred at Mound City on
Wednesday after aoon. destroying .the
residences of Mr. Tat Uigglns and
County Attorney Smith, and to some ex
tent damaging .that ol Mr. S. D. Beau.
The total loss was about $1,200.
Go to Pcttjs & Bird's for eggs-
twelve dozen, $1. Potatoes, per bushel,
This weather is by no means relished
by our butchers, some ol whom have al
ready commenced to buy ice to preserve
their meals, ity the way, ice will, from
appearances, be not less than once cent
per pound higher than it was last year.
Qive it a trial.
A shooting club consisting ot twelve
or thirteen member j has been organized
in this city. Mr. William Beerwart was
chosen president and Mr. J. T. Tbomat
secretary ol the club. Monday has been
chosen as the day ol practicing and the
place it outside ol the Mississippi levee,
between Seventh and Eighth streets.
Yarnell's Baking Powder is the
Five cents will buy an "Infant" of
superior quality at Henry Schick's.
Judge Bird will address the Young
Men't (colored) Debating Society at the
hall ol the colored Reform club this even
ing upon the subject of co-operating so
nlotlM Ullce Qarnh licc ..em Mice Irla
f'hrlsfr will cimi.lv flu. ..iwIa af th I
wic&otuiie iiivtcuiuio nut iju ii rr? vuru
Although the sky looked threaten-
Ing there was a large crowd present at
the Mission Sunday school sociable last
night. We have not learned what the
receipts ainouutcd to, but hope and be-
lieve that the ladies and gentlemen in
charge were not disappointed in this re
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
9 o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial are
A at meeting ol the baseballlsts ol
this city at the K. M. K. C. hall lat
evening a club was organized to be
known as toe Cairo Base Ball association.
About thirty-live names were pluced on
Die roll of membership. Tho fol'owlngare
the officers elected tor the ensuing year:
Cbas. A. Saup, president. G. M. Praser,
secretary; Ed, Dezonia, treasurer. Tbe
above officers constitute the board ot
directors. Thcro will be another meet
ing of tbe association on next Wednes
For Butter, Eggs, Apples, ttt esll at
No. 61 Ohio levee.
tl. H. LB.GI TON
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pink have our
thanks lor two ol the largest and sweet
est oranges that have ever been seen in
this city. They came from tbo orchard
ol Jivdge O'Melvtny, Lot Angelos, Call,
fornla, who wat formerly a resident of
fill cltv and a law partner of Mr. J. M.
Lanaden Judge O'Melrany bat one of
the handsomest and largest orchards In
California, which produces citrons,
oranges, lemons and all other fruits com
mon to that state. The fudge's mary
friends In tbtt cMf will ba pleased to
learn that lie it getting along eteeedlng
ly well In his California homo.
Cairo, Ills., Thursdav Evening,
March 21, 1878.
There It a good order demand tor low
and medium gradet of flour, while strict
ly choloe grades are quiet. Prices are
not changed, though in order to eflcot
sales of round lots holders are willing to
make slight concessions. There is no
speculative demand worth mentioning.
Receipts since our last report have been
lair, and stocks are up to the wants of
the market. Choice hay is In good de
mand at about $12. Receipts are light
and the supply small. Common bay Is
plenty and dull. There Is
an active demand for corn,
and while; prices are not higher
they are lirmer at quotations. There is
a fair shipping demand for white corn.
Receipts are meagre and the stock on the
market is small. Oats are In good de
mand and prices are firm at quotations.
Receipts are limited and all that arrives
finds ready buyers. Meal Is in good de
mand and city mills find ready sale for
all they can turn out at $2 252 30;
country kiln dried is in lair demand at
$2 102 15. Bran Is steady at $15. Po
tatoes are In over stock and dull at $1 25
30 per bbl, or 3035o per bushel.
There is very little demand for
apples and but few are wanted.
Receipts ol choice butter are
more liberal and the supply is but though
not equal to the demand. Medium and
low gradet are plenty and dull. Receipts
of eggt are large and the stock on the
market in excess ot tbd demand. Prices
are low and weak. For all other articles
see quotations. - Trade since last report
has been fairly active. The weather is
clear and pleasant. Tho rivers; ure de
clining. RATES Or WKIQHT TO NEW ORLEANS AND
Memphia. Vickiburg. N.'O;
Dry bbl 25 30 25
Grain special 15
Pork A Beef 30 40
Hay 15 20
Bank landings 5 cents per 100 lbs., and
10 cents per bbl. higher.
MOur friends should bear in inlud
that the prices here given are only lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filing orders and for broken lots it Is
necessary to charge an advance upon
The market is unchanged. Pricesare
weak and In buyers1 favor. The order
trade is liberal, but there Is no specula
tive demand. Stocks are fair' though
not large. Receipts are liberal. Sales
100 bbls. Family $ 5 75
40 " Superfine 4 00
400 " Various Grades on
orders 4 COfoG 00
50 Fancy Patent Pro
cess 7 00
100 " Various Grades on
orders 4 2j6 25
There is a liberal demand for choice
hay at $12. Receipts are light and stock
small. Medium and low grade hay Is in
good supply and dull at quotations.
Sales were 2 "cars choice Timothy at $12;
1 car common .mixed at $10 25; 2 cars
choice mixed at $11; 1 car 'ed top at $8;
1 car choice Timothy at $12. ,
There is an active demand for white
corn, both for milling purpose and for
the southern trade. Prices unchanged
and firm at quotations. Receipts are
limited and supply small. Sales were 3
cars white In bulk at 40c; 5 ears white
In bulk at 40c; 8 cars mixed in bulk at
39c; 3 cars white In 6acks at 41c.
Receipts ot oats are limited and there
are but few on the market, 't he demand
is active and prices firm and steady at
quotations. Sales reported were 5 cars
mixed In butk at 2Uc; 1 car mixed in
sacks delivered at 32c; 3 cars mixed in
bulk at 20:; 1 car mixed in sacks deliv
ered at 'iiic.
The demand lor meal is goud and
prices firm at quotations. The supply is
about equal to tbe demand. Sales re
ported were 300 bbls country kiln dried
at $2 10; 100 bbls city at $2 2'i 30; 200
bbls city at $2 252 30,
Bran is in good demand al $15. The
WIPP'J 14 "It"1-
The market is full and receipts cou-
tinue large. The demand Is light and
prices low and weak. Sales were 200
bushels peachblows in sacks at 33c; 20
bbls peachblows at $1 25(3)1 30.
There are no choice apples on the
market and only a limited stock oi medi
um grades. 1 lie ucmami, however, is
very light and prices low and irregular.
Sales reported were 20 bbls. varieties.
$2 7o3 50;5bbls.Roiiianitcs,$2 503;
10 bbls. varieties, $2 603.
Receipts of choice butter have been
more liberal, though the 'apply is yet
light and the demand good. All other
grades are plenty and dull. Sales re
ported were 10 pkgs. Southern Illinois,
1518c; 10 pkgs. northern dairy medi
um, 2022c; 5 pkgs. gilt edge at 2Gc; 10
pkgs. choice northern at 25c; 3 pkgs. Ins
lerlor at 8c; 5 tubs choice northern, 25
KiwIpU are large, the supply big and
prices lower. Tbe demand la good
though the supply Is In excess. Sales
were 13 pkgt at 77)c; 200 doieu at 7c;
1000 dozen at 7c; 450 dozen at 7c.
f; POULTRY. . J
Tht market Is well supplied and re
ceipts liberal. The demand Is only mo
derately active, Prices are unchanged.
We report sales ol 9 coops mixed at $20
2 25 ; B coops mixed at $ 2 X 2 coops
choice hens at $2 50(92 75.
Hales were 2,000 lot dry .salt shoulder,
$3 60; 800 )bs do at $8 66; 1,800 lbs dry
salt sides at S3 CO; 1.300 lbs S. O. hams
Saloj were ((tercet rellncd kottl romT-
Vegetables ol all kinds are 'plenty asd
prices lair, The demand Is good.
Tho supply Is lair and deman J light.
Prices are unchanged.
Tbe market Is full and prices lower.
Sales were 20 bbls, choice nortbern,$2 10;
18 bbls. Illinois, $1 902; 10 bbls. sprout
ed, 40J,er bushel.
Sales were 500 Ibl. apples, 2Q3c; 200
lbs. peaches, 4c. The market Is well
supplied and demand light.
There is no demand for them and they
are let go for just what can be got lor
them. Tbe supply Is large.
Sales were C50 bbls. Ohio river at $1 15.
Pkrsonal. Hon. Sam. Bard, editor
of the Baton Rougo Htrald, is in the eity
and will call upon some ot our leading
business men today. Those ot our
merchants who desire to extend their
trade to the gulf coast will haye an op
portunity to make their business known
in that quarter through the Herald. This
is au opportunity the like of which may
not occur again in years.
Geo. Harbauuh, Esq., oi Aurora,
lndN was In the city yesterday clrculat
ing among friends and relatives.
Capt.T. E. Stake, late ol the Mem
phis and Charleston road, has been ap
pointed sgent at this point lor the Key
line, vice Capt. W. P. Wright,:reslgncd.
Mr. C. R. Williamson, of tbe whole
sale paper firm of Williamson, Stewart &
Co., St. Louis, was In the city yesterday,
aim gave us a cull. ,
John Cain has declined tbe appoint
ment of keeper at the Southern Illinois
jienltentiary at Chester. John has a
more lucrative position here, and will
hold to it.
Capt. Jesse Mabaflle yesterday re
ceived a Ulegram from Hon. A. II. Irvin
tendering him tbe position of keeper at
the Southern Illinois penitentiary, but
whether he will accept the job ;he has
not yet decided. The pay Is forty dollars
a month with board,
Mr. Wentz, late general freight and
ticket agent for the Cairo and St. Louis
railroad, has been relieved from that
position, and a new man appointed in
bis place. Mr. Wentz Is a clever gentles
man, and his departure will be regreteJ
by tbe old employes oi the road.
Capt 8. C. Buell, late sgent at this
point for the Cairo & St Louis railroad
has been appointed manager of the Inters
ests of the Lewis coal company at this
point, vice Capt. Yore, w Ho' goes back to
his old position at St Louis. We congratu
late Capt. Buell on his appointment to
this Important position. He is an en
erglc, wide-awake and tar-seeing gen
tlemanand in tact just the man for the
New Goods. Mrs. S. Williamson will
commence to receive her spring stock ol
millinery goods on the first of March,
and daily thereafter until her stock is
complete. Mrs. Williamsou has also
purchased a full stock ol notions and
Jewelry ot all kinds, which she will be
able to sell to her patrons at greatly re
duced pi ices. She has bought lor cuih,
and defies competition in her line of busi
ness, and invites an Inspection ot her
lor Hale r.Kaetiaug'e.
I will sell my farm at Tulaski station,
on the Illinois Central railroad, cheap
for cash, or exchange for Cairo city
property. The farm is one of the best
in Tulaski county, an1 in the best ot con
dition. For particulars, inquire of J. H.
Metcalt, Cairo, Illinois. 3t
NEW INSURANCE AGENCY
WKI.IJI A KEKTII.
Olllcc at Alexander Co. Bank.
Risks written in first class Companies
At fair rates. See advertisement.
Home Aval ii.
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in tbe Reiser building, where he is
setter prepared than ever to accommo
date In- patrons and tbe . public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
aouple of nicely furnished rooms, which
be has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
Taxpayer, Alteallaa !
Notice is hereby given to all person
who have not yet paid their taxes
that, under instruction of the auditor of
state, 1 am compelled to publish the de
linquent tax list in order to take judge
ment at the May term of the probate
court, and that In order to do this the
copy will be placed In the hands of the
printer on the 10th day ol April. After
that date costs will be added. Pay your
taxes and save costs. Peter Salt,
March 20, 1878. td. Collector.
Larger than I4fe I
On receipt of $1.50 1 will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that win magnify over ouu times any
small object. A very uwlul and Instruc
tive instrument, brass mounted aud put
up in a nca case, w arranted as recom
mended or the money refunded.
Its magnifying power Is so great that
living objects can bo readily discovered
In a drop of water, and for examining
small objects, all manner of Insects, the
texture ol cloths, detecting foreign
matter In sugar, flour and other articles
of diet, for detecting counterfeit money,
and a hundred other useful purposes, It
Will be round In valuable. 1 ,,.
"An endless source of amusement for
tbe coming winter evenings. Sent by
mall on receipt of price. '
, 8KAVEU t CO., ,
' 61 IVk Place,- N.' V Chy.
SIGNAL SERVICa REPORT.
station. low warn, lilie or Fall
""" rr. nr. rr. w.
Cairo. ............ 33 84 0
ClnelanaU.... a a o
Davenport...- . 3 a X S
MiMtttteael I it I - 1
Louiaville ........ lu 10 3
Keokuk ........ 5 S l
8t. Louie la 1 7
JAMES M. WATSON,
Sergeant Signal Service, U. . A
The tire bargee .which; Col. ltesrden it
looking sod tht Grand Lake; No. 2, in the
Wabash and Ohio are giving tome Ohio
river tow boatmen a little uneasiness.
There It but little freight there at best, and
the colonel's fleet will about clear it out
Captain Booth of tht John W. Garrett
passed to the Wabash, and bis boat will ba
here la a few days.
Tbe My Choice with five barges pasted
to St Louis yesterday.
The C. W. Andrews brought a light trip
from the Cumberland river.
Tbe Pool Line whariboat is to he told at
St Louis on Saturday next.
A new Pool, with John A. .Scudderut
the head, is talked of at St. Louis.
F. C. Buell, late Cairo agent of the
Narrow Quage railroad, beciuie the Cairo
agent of the Lewis Coal company this
W. A, Yore resumes his old place at St.
Tbe Colorado last evening was quite
ltght lor St Louis.
Tbe;jim Flsk for l'aducah, GrandTower
for VicKsburg, James Howard and Golden
Crown for New Orleans are due to-day.
The Mary Miller leaves St. Louis to-day,
and the John L. Rboads to morrow for the
Poaltlvely Sites Beat.
Dr. Morris' Syrup ot Tar, Wild Cherry
and Uorehound Is the very best com
pound ever prepared, advertised, or sold
by any person, or under any name what
ever, for the Immediate relief and per
manent cure of coughs; colds, croup,
whooping cough, bronchitis, asthma,
and all diseases of a consumptive type.
It will thoroughly eradicate these alarm
ing symptoms in one-half tho time re
quired to do so by any other medicine. It
is purely vegetable, and contains not a
parlido ot opium or other dangerous
drug. It never fails. Every bottle
guarantied to perlorm exactly as repre
sented. Sola by
Barclay Bkos., Cairo, Ills.,
Also agents for Trot. Tarker's Tlcasant
Worm Syrup, which is sure, death to
worms. Tlcasant to take and requires
no physic. Price 25 cents. Try it.
Thfl tUlaalna; NrniUon
In the gullet called "heartburn," (why,
it Is impossible to conceive, since the
heart has nothing to do with It,) Is
caused by the acetous fermentation in the
stomach ot the food contained in it; by an
overplus of the zastrlc juice, which is It
self a powerful acid, or by the unnatural
ly acid quality ot that secretion. The
ordinary way ot treating this symptom,
for it is nothing else, Is to administer bi
carbonate 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 lur better
remedy is Hosfetter'e Stomach Bitters,
which strengthens the cellular mem
brane, the scat of the duHculty, regulates
tho flow of the gastric secretion, im
proves the quality if vitiated, and puts
tbe stomach in good working order.
Perfect digestion lollow H4 a natural
sequence, and there Is uo more trouble
troin heartburn or tour stomach. Tho
liver and bowels are also thoroughly
regulated by this sovereign alterative.
Notice ia hereby given that the co-part
itenbip heretofore existing between tbe
undersigned, under the firm name of ".Stu
art Gbolon,''has this ciay.been dissolved
by mutual consent, the said Gbobon taking
the amets and assuming the debts of said
lli ui. Ch as. R. Stuart.
W. E. Gholsos.
Cairo, 111. March, 4. 1878.
Having this day purchased Mr Stuart's
interest in tbo above firm, its properly, as
sets and good will, I take pleasure In an
nouncins that I shall continue the business
at the old stand; where grateful to my
friends and the public generally for past
favors and patronage, I respectfully ask a
eontluani e of such livers and patronage.
W. E. Gholson.
Cairo III, March 4. If 78 . d-lm
I .el tie Coleman' i.ntindry,
Mrs. Lettle Coleman has reopened her
laundry ou FourtU si it it, between Wash
ington and Comnior.iiil tvemn-n, and lakes
this method ot Informinu her old Irlends
and patrons that she Issain at their ser
vice, and solicit their patronage. She has
reduced prices to suit tbe time.-..
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
TtiK trains by this road connect I 81. I.oni
and East St. Louie, with all other liuee tu
the Si ortta, Kaat and Weejt. 1
TIME SCHEDULE .
Through Express Leavei Cairo 8 ::"
" l Arrive K. 8u Louia 5 :M
Murnhyeboro Accommodation laree
aim n. m
Through Express Leave K. ht. I. uit S :i,m
Miirvhyetwro AncoinmoiUtion leaves
M.....I....1 ... tn
4iiurl,7.uuiu........ ......... 4;.vr a.ul
EHEMBER 't he Cairo and t. txmia
UlCTa the UNI. V A I.L KAIL KOI TK tie-
tween Cairo and Ht. Louia under one man
agement! therefore there are no delays at way
elation awaiting vonnenlona from other lines.
"-n - - C...M., -..., ....-Ma, .in. lira,
tnmii.i bwi uuy iiiwir iicKria until mey nitre ex
amined our ratct anil routes
r. u-iiur.i.i., u.T. WIUTMU'K
Freight Apt. Paajienser AirwiL
I.. M. JOHNSON. Uen'l Manager
W. R. SMITH, JR., M. D
offloo anattosidenoe t
Ko. 3L Thirtst,nth-tL, - - CAIRO, ILL
n A I, K V. rrn nit .emena
ed w hup - oe. ew
re. uneeeenaf. rrratae
AMrne . A. 1ST
FAR N BAKER, The Clothier, calls tho attention of the
readers of the 'Bulletin' to his late arrival of tho Very Latett
Styles of Hats of All Makes
Stiff and Soft Crown.
These goods arrived on Saturday afternoon's train by ex
press, and are his Second
Spring Styles received in the city. Call and examine.
FARXf BAKER, the Clothier.
Tho Roughs ! ! The Roughs ! !
The Roughs ! !
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL!
SCIIEEL'S WASHINGTON II A L L ,
Monday, March 25th, 1878.
Admission 50 cents.
TICKETS FOR SALE AT SOUGH'S DRUG
Store, H. Meyvrs' 'tobacco Store, 1'hil. K.
Saup's Confectionery and by llcinlxn of the
Company. . 19ld
33. X. FAXIJIXXJXI.
CITY BOOK k NEWS STORE
AGENT VOtt THE
and Sag Co.,
Printed Wraine Paper,
Butter Trays, &o ,
roll SALE AT MANUFACTl'RKllsS l'KICTS.
S. 120 tuniiiicrrlitl Attune.
E. N. Freshman & Bro's
180 W. Fourth St..
Are author red to receive advertivenvnts torthia
paper, fceliioaie furniKiiedireeupouapiilittiUun
nena two Jiampt lor our Aaverucr a iinuai.
Saloon and Restaurant.
The r.EST of
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Cons antly on hand. Al.-m ban ftinstuntly
on hand n
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES, ETC..
At Wholesale and Retail.
tit the Old JJelmonico Hotel,
5-im 3o. i ouio Levee
VdSlLLA. LEUQll, St7e.
for Flavoring Ice Cream, Cakes L Pwtrjf
WitL mat caw, by a now P,roes' T,
nuact rom tha rn,seleot Fputt and
Aromatlcs, each characteristic Ua'wr aj
product) Flavoring$ of rar ww1'
Of gnat rtrtnath and pirfttt pwHj,
rufititd. A'o deceit-eac) tioUlt uH
mMir, holding em-half tftflfi thM
tthert purporting to hold lamt 9$
Vot then tmte, vill w thtr. Tht
rMf delieatt. dtliciout fmtrt ntr not
Bo superior to tho cheap extracts. Ail
or DrrPrice's Bpedai FlaToriJiga.
aiactured only by ,
Depot, CBICAOO sai IT. tOCM
Jfanufaetvnrt if Dr. PrMi m
Stetson, Hirsh and Hooper bo!h
Lot of the Season, and the only
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wbolctale and Betail Dealers in
HIXKS OF ALL HlMfH.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MifiSRKS. CMYTfl A CO., have con.tamly
larjrc stock ot tbe test goode in the mtr
kct, and givoepeoUi attention to the wnole.
tale branch of the uuaineea.
B. IF1. Sl&ko
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Alwtyt on hand, the celebrated illunntiatl
Oorner Eleventh Street and Waehi
SCHOOL TEACHERS s 1$ 1
v ir talary by devoting a very iniall portion ot
your leisure time to my interest. I do not x
peel you to canvass for my celebrated Beatt' 'l
Pianos and Organs unlets you see At to ; but the
service 1 require of you u both pleasant and
prolltable. I ull particulars free. Address
DANIEL F. BEAi rV, WasWnrton, N. J.
rilPiS DISEASES Of tot .
In the wnmlerf ill medicine to which the afflict"
ed are above ilirecu-d for relief, the discoverer
believe lie Ihm omlmieil in harmony morfl or
ntnri'a aovei-eiu-ii r.ir.'ttivn nrnnortie. which
Hod hue Instilled into the vegetable klnfnioin
fnr healing Hie stck, man were ever oetore com-
mnea in one medicine, incevi'icnceoiinwiiti
ie found In Ilia grout viiriutv of most obftlnata
diseases which it lia been found to conquer. In
the euro of Hroncliltia, Severe) lough,
nm! the enrlv kinirex of t:oiiaa mullon. it tina
iwlc.nished the medical inctiUy, and eminent
PhvslclaiiB pronounce it the greatest mcoicai
iliscovory of tho aitc. While if cure the eevcr.
el Coughs, It strengthen! the avstcm ami puri
ne Hie DIOOU. lv us grew. nu invniWu
Wood-iuirilying properties it cures all Hu
mor a, from (lie worst Scrofula lo a common ,
Itlotcb. Flittplr, or Eruption. Mercurial
tiifc.w, Slineriil I'oi.ionj, ami tuoir eilccta, are
eradicated, ami vigorous liea'.Ui and a enmvl
oonstliution established. Kryalpclaa, Malt
rheum, Fever Sorea, Kcnly or Koagh
Skill, in short, all lheuiiuierotiai!ic.-!aeicaiiiejl
liv oad oloou, nro conquered oy um
piirilying, and Invignraiiiig uielicine. .
If mn feel .lull, r rowsr. debilitated, nave sal
low color of skin, or yellowis-h brown spots on
faco or IkxIv, frequent hcail.ieiio or auzin",
bad taste in mouth, internal heat or chill" alter
nated with hot flushes low spirits, and gloomv
forebodings, Irregular appetite, and tongue
coated, vim are suffering from Torpid I.I ver.
r " Blllouane!." m uianr raise"
"Liver Complaint" only part of lhee
avmptoms are experienced. As a remMy rr
nil Mich cases, Dr. 1'ien c's Uolden Medical Pte.
roverv has no cejiial, a.-" it effecw nerfcci. cures,
leaving the liver atrunglhonml and healthy.
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS AT SI PER BOTTLE.
Pre'iwred hy II. V. PICBf E. it. !.. Si
r rnpriou'r, ni, u-o ,,uivi,v vi."...-"!
iuff.llo, N. Y. . .
E ROVER tfe (5
ars tbd ren y jo. t jr rtur.
MUratterraate Agenlt and the Trad
Prfcel.lal aul Terms on appUcalloe. .
Additt,uiujvba a tiAKtu s, m. oa
epyrf els nmnAuet .