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Hold rrruUf eomraanlcatUme la Ha
jCTennlr Hall, comer Cooimernlal inM
' ' 1 ana KiKtitn street, on we second iu
fourth Monday of each month.
"lAIRO KNCAUPMENT, I. 0. O. F., meets
Jin Odd-Fellowe' IhU o the tint u4 ttilrd
lueaday in every month, it half-put seven
A. Oomnos, CP
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KnluM of Pvlhlas. mat-til ever? Frt'
I dar nUht at half-past ntm. ib Odd'
1 Fellow Hall. Ifowa.
J.UR0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
!.-Any biwlncn flmt n hw three IJnH
ear, In thin column under appropriate heading
liberate ol Sl.fto per month or Wpojrear
vanie rioirteriy in SdTanos. .
Hardware, Moves) mad Tim Ware.
A - Mil i v yIimI, in Stove. Tin and Hard
are, Uaiden and Karmera ImpleroenU, WtW
iiwu, KrrriKentort, rump j ijuot.
tt Commercial Avenue, guttering, and Job
W ork done on short notice.
i. i'.u..nAUUV u..lnl ka.4aud aonluUl-
t, DnnrtnRi ndlloK, sldinf and aurfceed
liimtirr, lath and shingles.' Offloa and yard
rner Twentieth street and Washington avenue
I). HA HTM A W Healer In Qiieenawara, Tey ,
Lamps Bd all kinds of fancy artlcta. Coimner--a!
avenue, turner th Street, ,
WI1.I.IAM WINTER Slath street betwetn
niuniereialavenue and Waahlnftsra avenue.
f 'lothraaT eMsel Mere karat Tailoring.
.1 OHS AS I'HI M -Merchant Tailor and dealer
Heady Made Uotbing. .ISOtuo Lama.
ttoal fcatate Agtmtlt.
' M. .1. IIOWLKT Heal Eatate Agent. Buys
nd sella real estate, collects reni. pay tazea
lor non-reeldenU, ate, CouuMraial arenue, te
i wn Ninth and Ten tn streets .
H INKLE ATUISTLEWOOD
Cotton and Tobacco factora and pro
MivtuM of tha Varmen' Tobacco Warehoiue,
Vtl k la CoromnfTiial Arenue
I'AKI'KK YOST- "
Oneral J'orwardinir and Commiaaion
merchant, lor (be tale of r arm, Uardca, Or
;harl and Dairy Product), w Ohio Lere.
EA. W1ILEIJCK A UK
Uenenl Forvardlnr and Commhaion
meriiianu, and tleaJera la all klnda of Fruit and
I'rodura. tt Ohio I-rvt. ConslnmenU ioIic
il, biaci!furnbhed on application.
on tnd after thin date cur price will bt
t followi :
4 foof, bfjlht cord, 3 2S.
1 cord wood, tawed, f 1 23.
I " wed aoUnplIt, JlirO.
Hingle lode, fl W.
1 Ton, t :l 00.
I Tout, f 5 W.
6 Ton, or more, tl 02J prr Uio.
1 Tod, U 75.
S Tonn, 6 2ft.
o Tom, or more, f 2 00 per ton.
By C. W. WhklmACo.
March 10, lbT8. 3-14-lm
hhebojcoM Kalfr, Ale, Hr, Claler,
Minrrnl u4 Had) Wrtlt ra.
Mr. Andrew IOhr bus coruUntly on
tittid IrcKb receipts of the famous She-
Uiyiin whUt, anil lie U now ready to
till orikrs for toy quantity, either bote
tletl, in keys, or by the Jug. This water
m celebrated for its' efficacy in curing
piles, conbt'pution, dyspepsia, headache,
Hnd diseases of the stomach and liver.
It la pleaKgnt to the taste, and cure to do
good to tho?e who take it. Mr. Lobr is
also prepared to supply families with
ale, beer, or elder, put up In bottles or by
the quantity, as may bo desired. Also
soda :ind mineral waters in bottles.
Uo(. delivered in any part of the city
without extra charge. 3-3-lui,
As HisTOKiciL Fact. Every ajreut
whoha.sbcc'ii steadily selling the Im
proved $20 Homestead Sewing Machine
lor thrue years, owns his dwelling house
has a good account in bank, is clear ol
debt, and has money at interest, tlie na
tural consequence of securing a good
agency for supe rior goods at the lowest
prices, A good tirht-class Hewing Ma.
chine, nioxt ustd'ul reliable at all
ti nits, eafy to underHtand and control,
tho K.inn; iio and does tbo same work
as any niachines that sells at four times
tho price. There U no- machine at any
price better, or that will do liner or more
work, and certainly none go low in priai
by inimy dollars, 'he Hiimebtcad is
widely known and un in thousands of
latnilics in the eastern aud middle states,
and daily becoming popular in the west.
U will save its cost several times over In
one season, dulng the work of the family,
or will earn lour or rive dollars a day
for any man or woman who sews for a
living. It is the strongest machine
made, is ready at all times to do work
makes the strongest and finest stitch yet
invented, and is fully acknowledged as
the .standard Family hewing machine.
Price, complete! tor domestic use. ICes
ditced to only $20, delivered at yourdoor,
no mutter how remote roti may rcsMe.
Business permanent and honorable, with
more certain and rapid sales, and larger
profits 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 Jobn H. Kendall & Co.. 421 Broad
way, New York. 3sl5-12m.
The Dead Cannot Be Bala,
Nor it your lungs are bait wasted away
can you be cured by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It
is, however, unequalcd as a tonlo and al
terative, and readily cures the most
obstlaato cases ol bronchitis, coughs,
colds, and , Incipient consumption
its great reputation in curing pimples,
blotches and tumors, is due to its re
solvent qualities, In order to "know
thyself " fully, procure a copy ot the
People's Common Hense Medical Ad
viser, an Illustrated work ot nearly one
thousand pages. Over one hundred
thousand copies already Bold. , Price,
post paid, $1 50. Address the author, R.
V 1'iereo. M. !.. BufUlo. N. Y.
' Weal Ifiinle,
1 am prepared to give lessons lu vocal
niuslo to Individuals or classes at my
residence, on Walnut, one door from
Seventh street, and respectfully solicit
public patronage, Terms, made to suit
the Ume8, will bo given on application.
lCSlw Walter F. McKex.
SATURDAY, March 23, 1878..
Dry salt meats, bacon .sides, shoulders
and bams, tierce, barrel and bucket lard
all In good stock and for sale low at
Not. 70 and 71 Ohio levee.
Dr. Arte r is doing as well a could
be expected under the circumstances.
Yarneh'a Baking Powder ia the
Cotton seed In large quantities is
pacing through this city for the north.
Henry Schick has the celebrated Ave
cent ''Infant" cigar. Pure Havana filler
with Connecticut w rapper. lw
Mr. Arthur Nelson has accepted a
clerkship In the post effloe at, Centralis.
Shell oysters just received at the
Crystal saloon. Uakrt Walkub.
A number of Odd Fellows are talk
In? ahont going to Toledo sonic time
before April 1st. "
If you don't believe Pettis & Bird
are selling groceries way down low. go
and see them and be convinced. 1 r
Miss Uoagof Centraiis,who has been
visiting in this city tor the last week, re.
tufted home yesterday.
Rev. Dillon Lee will hold services at
the Atheneura on Sunday evening. Sub
ject of lecture: ".lesus ol Nazareth
The "Flor de Alma" if a superior ten
cent cigar for ssle by Henry Schick, near
the corner of Ninth street, on Commer
cial avenue, - 3-22-lw j
The Excelsior social and literary so
clety meets at the residence of the Misses
Pitcher on Tuesday next. "Should trial
by Jury he abolished," Is the question
for debate. "
Oyster soup lunch at Harry Malktr's
Crystal saloon every evening at 9
o'clock, u 1.4.11 '
-The examination ol the classes in
our public schools will commence next
week and continue during the week.
There will be a week's vacation after the
.Try tho "Flor de Alma" ten cet t
cigar, at the cigar store of Hemy
Schick. ' 3-22-lw
The game of base ball announced in
yesterday's Issue took place, but owlrg
to dissatisfaction among the players is
to equality of sides, tbe full nine innings
were not played.
Query : "Why will men smoke com
mon tobacco when 'they on buy Mar
burg Bros. 'Seal ot North Carolina' at
the same price?' 16-3-tf.
A business meeting of the .Temper
ance Ccform Club was held last night,
and it was resolved to give a dance in the
hall some time soon, A committee to
make the necessary, arrangements was
Newton Henry, colored, at the re
quest of some ol bis white friends, will
preach in Caldwell's church on Fours
tccntb between Walnut and Cedar streets
to-morrow, Sunday, morning at 11
Five cents will buy an "Infant" of
superior quality at Henry Schick's. -
At a rattle which came off up town
tor a Diir last Wednesday. Mr. Mike
O'Donnel proved to be the lucky man.
The animal is a line one, anJ weighs
nearly live hundred pounds. Mike is
looking around lor another chance iu a
pig raffle. 1
For tbo best fireroent cizar in town
go to Henry Schick's and get the "ln
laut." , ? 3.22-1 w
At the last meeting of the Delta City
lire ceuipany it was resolved to give a
ball for the benetlt of the company.
Euster Monday night was selected as the
time, and aronitiiittee to iiiskctlic tietes
ear arrangement was appointed.' Full
particulars will be made known here-
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
0 o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial ave
Mr. Stuilbcr8, receiver of the Cair
and St. Louis railroad, was in the city
yesterday ou business connected with
that road. Ho left last eveuinr for
Louisville, lie was quartered at the St.
Charles while here, and was accompanied
by Mr. L. M. Johnson, general manager
" . liie'same road. v
For Butter, Kggs, Apples, etc., call at
No. 04 Oale levee,
tt. - -- - H. Lek.hton
The Hon. Matt. Inscore is ex
pected to speak In the Reform
club room to-night and it is to be hoped
that be will , have a large au
dience. He is a roan ot ability,
and as an orator is classed among the
first of this end of the state. Let all who
have ears to litar, hear him.
Go to Pettis , Bird's lor eggs-
twelve dozen, $1. Potatoes, pur bushel,
40 cents. lw
Tie Jouebboro Ctuultt, good author
ity on crop matters, says: "Tho seed"
ling peach trees are in lull bloom, as are
the cheerles and some other Iruits. The
strawberries are in bloom, and in some
patches the berries are lormud. The
prospcet9 for a most abundant fruit crop
are very flattering. The winter wheat
never looked better. There la more
sown than ever before, and If jiotblng
prevents, that Is, If there are no more
frosts, if the chinch bugs are dead, and
if we do not have extremely dry or wet
weather, the crop will be abundant. At
all events, business prospect are now
most encouraging." 1
A raflle for a gold watch took place
at tho Hibernian cnglno house last night.
It wsi arranged that the person throw
ing the most should take the watch, and
tbe person throwing the least should
have ten dollars. Mr. Pat. Mahoney
won the watch, throwing iS.'and' Mr.
Peter Conant throwing 19, took the; te1
dollars. : ".j f i' i , .1
TarneU's Baking ! Powder
Give it trial. ' t T ariV rU,
Gov. Sam. Bard, accompanied by
Captain Ualliday and Mr. Obcrly, visited
the High school yesterday altera ocn, to
listen to the usual FIday afternoon ex
ercises. The governor took much Inter
est in tho proceedings and when called
upon to address the school expressed
surprise at tho excellence of our school
system, and said In effect that he believed
the Cairo public sclrools would compare
favorably with those ot any other city In
Since the forming of a through con
nection to Chicago via Cairo & Vincennes
railroad, every train has been carrying
passengers lor that point and tho new
line seems destined to get its fair pro
portion ol travel. With its nearly
all daylight run, first-class passengers
save a sleeping car expense, and second-
uiau iiucnjera avoid the necessity ot
sitting up all night. Tbo parlor cars
running from Vincennes and Terre Haute
arc said to be among the finest n use.
Prof. Lummer says that on April
14th be will make a balloon ascension in
this city, and that be will, with his bal
loon, go to Paducah and return in three
hours. Although the professor has tail
ed to change the channel ol the Missis
sippi be is not discouraged, but his fail
ure has only spurred him on to a renew
ed effort to immortalize his name. The
professor's object now is to invent a
machine, which, when attached to a
balloon, will enable the operator to guide
It and to slacken or increase Us speed at
will. 31y be be succeasiul.
On Monday evening Col. Hay ward's
celebrated minstrel troupe will visit
Cairo and give an entertainment in tho
Atheneuin. This Is an excellent troupe,
and enjoys a reputation second to no
other similar combination now travel
ing. Tbe Helicon band, under tbe
leadership ol Prot. Wood, is 'one ot tbe
finest in the country, and is rendering
the troupe immensely popular. Tbe
Evansville Journal say6: "Col. Hay-
ward'a mi nstrel troupe is one ot the best
organizations of tbe kind on tbe road."
The Washington, Indiana, Democrat
says: "Prof. Wood's Helicon band Is
i nmense." Billy Slack.an old time Cairo
ite and brother of Charlie and Dick Slack,
U treasurer ot tho troupe, and he will
meet with a hearty reception at the
hands ot his miny friends here.
There was a large turn-out at the
colored Temperance Reform club rooms
last night to hear Judge Bird's address
to the Y oung Men's Debating club. The
judge spoke for aliout three quarters of
an hour, and was listened to with the
most respectful attention by the large
audience, among whom there was quite
a number of white citizens. The sub-
pot of the Jiirtjrn'a addrea uu
"co-operative sochties," and Iljwe un
derstood him correctly, his idea was to
induce the colored people to club togeth
er for the purpose ot starting a co
operative enterprise of some kin jj and
together derive the benefits arieingtrotu
tbe profits ot the establishment. At the
conclusion of Judge Bird's ad.lress, Mr.
Obcrly was invited to speak, and in the
course ot his remarks be gave the coi
ned people some wholesome advice.
THE TEX A. 8 PACIFIC
Cuerlt the Oatrag-oema
of ike Central Pacific
Tho Jonesboro Gazette of yesterday
publishes the resolutions adopted by tbe
city council of Cairo lavoring the con
struction ol the Texas Paciiiu railroad,
aud comments upon them as follows :
'Every citizen of this state should en
dorse, liitte beulluunls. J he outrageous
monoply of the Central Union Pacitic
railroad imperatively demands the con
struction of this road. Those western
congressmen who opposed these
meaeures mu bought up by
lluiiiiiigtou, the rtircntl ciun-
aerui ibe CiLii.u Li.ion I'acific mo
nopoly lucre are many arguments in
favor ol this project, aud the following,
In a note from a citizen of Cairo, can le
fully appreciated by every citizen of
Southern Illinois: ,. 1
By the Iron Mountain road wo are
now in direct and continuous railroad
communication with Fort Worth, irotu
which point to San Diego, on the Pacitic,
the effort is now being made to build a
Southern Pacilic road (HutUingtou's
road) from San Francisco east, but this
is in the interest of the Central and
Union Pacilic, and if that Is successful
and the Texas Paclllu is not built the
present odious monopoly, which
from their exhorbitaut charges
now seriously mterleres with
tho tnrttlc between the Atlantic and
Pad tic oceans, will bo continued to the
great detriment of the country. The
true Interests ot the country require a
competing line, and tbe only way that
can be got, Is by completing tho Texas
Pacific road. That Is the shortest line,
can be built cheaper than the others and
Is directly on the route ef this competing
line. Memphis and other places south
are squabbling over the terminus ot the
Texas Pacilic on tbe Mississippi, but
that does not interest us. because we have
already got a line to Fort Worth, the
eastern terminus ol the main line. If we
can get that through, aud 20 leet water
trotn here to New Orleans, by the aid ol
Cockroll's hill, which Is End's bill, our
section of the country need ask favors ol
no one. i
St. Louis. Cblciiro and Cincinnati uan
also approve of this route, as they will
then bavo direct railroad connection via
the Iron Mouutaln, Cairo and St. Louis,
Illinois Central, and Cairo and ' Vin
cennes, with Fort Worth. We hope the
Huntington project will be kicked out of
congress, and tho Texas Pacific, bill lui
mniTiatftlv ntunotl. ' 1 If tlita nnnarwaa In
tends to do anything for the southwest,
now is tneir opportunity."
' Letilt raleman's LanAitry,
Mrs. Lettte Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between wash
In ton and Commercial tvnues, and takes
this method ot lnformtig her old Irlsnd
and patron that she 1 1 again at tjhsir, ser
vice, ind solicits thoir patronage. Shha
rtducsd prices to ault to timet.
BIVER IMPBOVEMINT. J
A Plea fer the 1'eekreli Bill-rn Da
ly of C'enareaa. '
, The Jonesboro Oazetle says t "Cairo Is
risking a strong appeal to congress to
pats the Mississippi river Improvement
bill Introduced by Senator Cockrell ot
Missouri tbe Eads - plan. Millions of
dollars have been appropriated annually
during the past twelve years to make
harbors on Lako Michigan and to im
prove the seaports, whllo the Mississippi
has been 'entirely neglected. All
tbe producers of the great
northwest 2 are interested lu the
improvements ol the Mississippi. If, by
the Eads Jetty plan, the ocean vessels
can come to Cairo, it will add a big per
cent, to the value ol our grain, and put
money in the pockets el every producer
in the great valley ol the Mississippi and
Missouri, which to-day produce three
fourths of the breadstuff ot the entire
country. It the present congress would
wake up, and resolve to do something
for the country, and pass this bill, and
also the Texas Pacitio railroad bill, it
would be entitled to forgiveness for
wasting so much ol the session. If they
keep sleeping, however, tho people will
wake the members up at the polls next
fall, and call them to a strict account."
On and alter Monday, 25th Inst, 1 will
detail officer Iiosn, whose special duty
will be to arrest under the ordinance all
persous driving wagons, drays and carts
that are subject to license, who have not
tho proper number on such vehicle.
. C. D. Auter. City Marshal.
PiMltlvely tbe Beat.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and llorehound is tbe very best com
pound ever prepared, advertised, or sold
by any person, or under any name what
ever, lor the immediate relief and per
manent cure of coughs; colds, croup,
whooping cough, bronchitis, asthma, j
and all diseases of a consumptive type, j
It will thoroughly eradicate these alarm
ing symptoms in one-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 as repre
sented. Sold by
Barclay Bros,, Cairo, Ills.,
Also agents for Prot. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physic. Price 25 ceuta. Try It.
New Goods. Mrs. S. Williamson will
commence to receive her spring stock ot
miUinuy goods on tbe first of March,
and daily thereafter until her stock Is
complete. Mrs. Williamson has also
purchased a full stock of notions and
jewelry ol all kinds, which she will be
able to sell to her patrons at greatly re
duced prices. She has bought lor ersh,
snd defies competition in her line of busi
ness, and invites an inspection of her
Ibe MlnBluir Nonunion
In the gullet called "heartburn," (why,
it is impossible to conceive, since the
heart lias nothing to do with It,) Is
caused by the acetous fermentation in the
stomach ol the food contained in it; by an
overplus of the gastric juice, which is it
self a powenul acid, or by the unnatural
ly acid quality ot that secretlou. The
ordinary way ol treating this symptom,
for it is nothing else, is to administer bi
carbonate ol soda, an alkali, to neutral
ize the acid. But sour stomach cannot
be cured by alkalis, which tend to weaken
the digestive apparatus. A lar better
remedy is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
which strengthens the cellular mem
brane, the seat of the difficulty, regulates
the flow of the gastric secretion, im
proves the quality if vitiated, and puts
the stomach in good working order.
Perfect digestion follows as a natural
sequence, and there is no more trouble
from heartburn or sour stomach. The
liver and bowels are also thoroughly
regulated by this sovereign alterative.
Ed. Braxton lias returned lo ids old
jUixl iu the Iteiscr building, where he is
letter prepared than ever to nceoiiiuio
Jale his patrons aud the public who
may favor him with a cat!. He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. Ho em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
Taxpayer, Attention I
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 tho de
linquent tax list in order to take judge
ment at the May term of thu probato ,
court, and that lu order to do this the
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. Petkr Satr,
March 20, 1678.-td. Collector.
1.50O TIMES ,
larger than Lire !
., On receipt of $1.60 1 will send to- any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 600 times any
small object. A very uwlul and Instruc
tive Instrument, brass mounted and nut
up in a neat case, warranted as revoiu
mended or tbe money refunded, i .
Its magnifying power la so great that
living objects can be readily discovered
In a drop of water, and for examining
small objects, all manner of insects, the
texture oi cloths, Ac., detecting foreign
matter in sugar, flour and oilier articles
of dletjor detecting counterfeit money,
and a hundred other useltit purposes, it
will be found Invaluable.
An endless source of amusement for
the' coming winter evenings. Sent by
mall on receiptor pi Ice, j
" 1 Tark Place, tf. Y. City.
wan lu-uaw iiui.
SIONAL SKRVICI REPORT.
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Calro-..JZ? S3 3 I 1
Cincinnati...... 2J 1 0
Ifevenporl........ ......... 3 6 X
FlUabura;....-...... 9 t
Louisville Ill la . S
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Keokuk..M.M... J e
81. Louie -. 14 H i I
JAMES M. WATSON,
Sercaaai Signal Service, U. 8. A
The Jim Flak for Paducah, Idlewild lor
Evansville, Yint Shinkle and Bella of
Memphis for Memphis, Mary Miller for
Pittsburg and Mollis Moore for New Or
leans are due to-day.
The John Means arrived from St. Louis
with 7,000 bushels bulk corn, and mads
A telegram from Captain Bobert Wise
annouces tha linking of the James W
Caff near the Kentucky shore atJCannel
tou. No particulars tre given, only that
bo lives were lost. The Salvor No. 2 has
gone to her assistance. The Gaff waa
bound from Cincinnati to Memphis, and
had over 1,400 bale cotton and was lull ef
people. It was probably, not a '.very tad
A Pittsburg despatch to the Cincinnati
Commercial lay t that the J. Sharp McDon
nald will on her next trip south, take 600,
000 bushel of coal.
The Tom Sherlock left New Orleans on
tho 20th, full of people. .
Tha blgjirand Lake must bavo cieated
a sensation hi tbe Wabash where they id
domMoaboat larger ".than Captain Tom
Bolus' boot, plowing the waters of that
clastic steamer. She loads thrco barges
there and two in tho Ohio.
The Centennial yesterday had 433 buds.
sugar, 1,500 package sundries and 200
people for St Louis. K . ' '
Tbe Hickory anJ barges passed to St.
The Mary Houston loll of people, and
having a fair trip of freight for Cincinnati.
Houor in Ills Own Laud.
Says Comlcy in his recently issued
work, The History of New York State,
ThA due tiaa nnsapd nhon tlia hnnnfon.
tors of humanity were allowed to live in
Ignominious poverty their sacrifices,
their labors, unrccompensed. To-day,
the benefactors of tho people the men
who devoted their lives and energies to
the Interests of humanity these ore the
men whom the world delights to honor,
and whom it rewards with princely
fortunes. As an earnest worker for the
welfare of his icllow men, Dr. P.. V.
Pierce has won their warmest sympathy
and esteem. While seeking to bo their
servant only, he has become a prince
among them. Y'et the Immense tortui e
lavished upon him by a generous people
he hoards not. but invests in the erec
tion and establishment ot institutiors
directly contiibutive to the publio good,
the people thus realizing in their liber; 1
patronage a new meaning of that
beautiful Oriental custom of cas
Ing bread upon the waters. Noted In
both public and private life for tils un
swerving Integrity and all those sterling
virtues tiiat ennoble manhood. Dr.
Pierce ranks high among those lew men,
whose names the Empire State is Justly
to inscribe upon her roll of honor. Am
bition, yet moved by au ambition strictly
amenable to the most discriminating aud
welNbalaiiccd judgment, his future car
eer promises to be ono ol unparalleled
activity and usefulness, ubly supple
menting thu work he lias al
ready accomplished, by a lite
at onco in etlort, enviabl
in Its grand results." While Dr. Pierce's
genius and energy have won for him so
enviable a position on the records of a
nation, having been elected senator by
an overwhelming majority, his justly
celebrated household remedies have
gained lor liliu a yet more desirable place
iu thu hearts of a grateful peoplu. His
Golden Medical Discovery and Favorite
Prescription have brought iiealth and
happiness to ten thousand hoii.-choldo.
oiice I hereby given that tbu co-part
nership heretofore existing between the
undersigned, under the linn name of ''Stu
art A Gboison,"bas this day .been dissolved
by mutual coiieent, the said Gbolson taking
the assets and sssutnin; the debts of said
Unu. Char. It. Stlaut.
Cairo, 111. March, 4. 1873.
Having this u; I'liiilivfd Mr Stuart's
interest in the above ti-in. lu property, as
sets and good will, I tako pleasure in an
nouncing that I shall continue the business
at tho old stand; where grateful to my
friends and tbe publio generally fer past
favors and patroDoge, I respectfully ask a
oontiu&neo of such favors and patronage.
. W. K. Oholson.
Cairo HI, March 1. W.
Clilhla-u cry ilor Pitcher's Castoria
It is as pleasant to take an honey. It
contains no morphine or other deleter-
lovs Ingredient,, and in sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stomach, and overcome. Irri
tation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Mothers can rest; and children enjoy
health, -who use Castor!, It is harm
less, it Is certainly speedy, and ft: Is
cheap. II 11-lbw
Por Hale or Exebanae.
I will sell my larm at Pula-ki station,
on the Illinois Central railroad, cheap
fur cash, or exchange for Cairo city
property. The Ui in is one of the best
In Pulaski county, mi I in the best ol con
dition. For particulars, inquire of J. H.
Motoall, Cairo, Illinois. Mr
HKW INSURANCE AGENCY
OF .' ,
WKMA KEftTH. -
Office at Alexander Co. Bank,
' ltlsks written In first class Companies '
- At fair rates. See advertisement.
" BtnfDr. Bull's Cough Syrup.. It cures
To be had at all Druggists for 23 cents.
FARNBAKER, Tho Clothier, calls tho attention (of the
readers of ths 'BullefrV to his late arrival of Jho Very Latest
Styles of Hats of All Makes
Stiff and Soft Crown .
These goods arrived on
press, and are his Second
Spring Styles received In the city. Call and examine,
FARNBAKER, tho Clothier.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO CHICAGO
Tho only line running triu through
to Chicago WITHOUT CHANGE OF
Trains leavo Cuiro at 12:10 a.m., and
arrive InChlcagoat G;13p.ui., 4 HOL'KS
AND 45 MINUTES IN ADVANCE ot
any other morning train from Cairo.
1:10 p.m. train arrives iu Chicago at
6:00 a.m. 17 1IOUIIS IX ADVANCE
ot the other line.
Two changes Of cars and a MIDNIGHT
ARRIVAL lu Chicago AVOIDED by
taking' the old RESPONSIBLE Illinois
Advertisements of competing lines
that they make better tlmo than tins one,
are issued either through Ignorance or
a desire to mislead the public,
For through tickets and information,
apply at the Illinois Central R. It, depot,
Cairo. JAMES JOHNSON,
8-23-6. Gen'l. Southern Agt.
The Roughs ! ! The Roughs J J
The Roughs ! I
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL I !
SCliEEL'S WASHINGTON HALL
Monday, March 25th, 1373.
Admission 50 oents.
TICKETS FOR SALK AT SCIIL'It'3 DttirU
Store. If. Meyers' Tulncco Store, l'hil. U.
Saup's Confectionery and l'y JUciiitirra nt' ttic
as. a. FAixxcaara.
CITY BOOK k NEWS STORE
iHKM i'o it Tin;
and Bag Co.,
Printed Wriwins Pawr,
Butter Trays, &c ,
1UK SA1.K AT MANl'KAL'l'UKKKS 1'KICIIS.
.o. I'-iO t limine reliit Aviiir.
E. N. Freshman & Bro's
ADVEIM ISING AG EM'S.
liG W. Fourth St.,
Ant author r;d to receive idvcrti-eun nls lr ttlia
paper. Kslirnntej niruisnnt free upon application
.win iwu stamps lur our Advemcr nunuol.
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AN3 CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also has constantly
on band a
Large Supply of
OROGES, APPLES, ETC..
At Wholesale anil Retail
At the Old Deltnonico Hotel.
S-ini Xo. (W (l"l lvee
NO CURE-NO FEE!!
tall lf tM Wahliwtua ati-al. Cblranv for It. nr. of
Flnlt. Cbrotlt ml StW Di Nralaal H eokaeaa,
mmt: Sr.tTl. ararir IM H.f.n Stkwl. ! ae
Mwor-i v IS luil pvUx la tlx t'lIM UM' lV
to Uonb m4 IM. flmwrUM lfmaoa y."r - C"
Stetson, HIrsh and Hooper-both
Saturday afternoon's train by ex
Lot of tho Season, and the only
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Oealen In
Foreign 'and Somestio
W ISES OF ALJLj JU.JS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSRS. m YTH A CO., have nonotanlly
large stork ot the heat aooda in Urn m.,
act, and give eipeni ai attentioa to tlie whole.
sau Draceu or um buetueee. - -
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
eVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, die,
Always on hand, the celebrated Itlunilnatl
Corner Eleventh Street aad Waahl
t3 --' OutlrtlliaX
CfiUnnT TTMPITE'Da. Yoticaneet
OC1JUU1J irjilLlLLAO'. tuy increase
v ir salary by devoting a very email portion ol
jour leisure time to my in tertit. 1 do not x
Piot you tn eunvBJS for my celebrated Beatrv'a
lanos and Orgaiu uuldt you oee lit to ; bot the
serrlce 1 require of you a both plwwant end
pruniauie. r uu nramciuara iree. AaareBS
HA.MEL K. ilk ATT Y. WaaWngton, N. 3.
THROAT, lUNCS.llYER oc BL0OH
In the wonderful medicine towhich the afflict
d nro aliove direcloil for 1'cllet, the iliacoverer
hrlioves lie luaromliinvil in uirtHonv more ot
k-..i.n'. : ; . : . H.uiMw
H.UIIIU, niiuiuivii viiiaiivu 'r"fwrin:, wm
(iotl baa instilled into tho Ti'ireUhle klnEVm
for healins the pick, than weroerer before com
hineil in one medicine. Tho evidence of Ibis fnot
Id found In tho frent vnrk'tv of most ohstiome
luaeiiaefl w nu n it ims neon ionnn to conquer, in
Die euro (it Rrouvhilia. Severe Coaifca.
nnd the early uiues nt CoiiMampllou, ii has
(i.-ronUlifd the tcri iftil facully, and eminent
pm i(:mus iimnoiuiuu ( uiu s:miU!!H raeuirw
u.MMtvurv oi uie anc. it uitc n cuix'a me aeri
es C'uiikIis, it strongllirui i ihe svsltm and arl
flea tlie blood. Itv ltd font and thormigli
liliiod-Diirifvini in-npcriic.i, tt rurea all Ilo
mora, from Iho wnr..t Merflfnlatoaonmmoa
Hlotrti. Plmple.or Eruption. Mercurial
liici'iist, Miner.if l'i.wn, nnd thoir effect, am
cnidlciilcd, nnil viiroimn hcultli snd a somi4
coiutitulion caiabli-hcd. Kryaipolae, Salt
rlieuiu, Fever Sores, Kouir or HttoaH
Skin, in short, all tliciinmernuHdineiiiieiiciUNed
by li:ii Mood, aro conquered by this powerful.
purifying, ana .nvigoraiuig medicine. --
If you feel dull, drownr, debilitated, hsre sal.
low color of skin, or yellowish brown pot oa
fnco or IkxI't, frequent hendache or (liiilnem,
bad taste in 'mouth, internal heal or chills alter
nated with hot flushes, low uplrils, snd gloomy
fnrobodinBS. lrre?ular niitHMltc. and tnnriiO
coaled, von are suiter in; from Torpid I.lver.
nr " Blltoutiiiea!." Ia niaur fnc of
"I,lvcr Complaint" only part ol these
voiiii.ttim am ..vnertmiriMl. a remedy for
ull such rase. Dr. 1'icrcc'a lloMen Medical Dis
roverv has no eitiial, ni it effecu perfect cures,
l : , ,.. .i .l .f h..l!htf.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS ATS1 PES BOTTlf.
Prepared It H. V. PIEKCE, W. 1) Se'a
rriMrl(iir, in, ti o uuki.U'S juisriMt,r,
Jluffaio, . l .
G ROVER & L (g
, eHUTTLB STZTOH
IRK IBM VXKT MT IW TIM. ,
Mhersl terms to A rents snd tha Trade. 1 "
Price Llrt sml Teriue oa apdlealloa. ;"'
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