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Ths fcmlghts of tha above order mMt
as their hall tbe Ont and third Monday
1 Mcb month. Commercial avenue, Sd door
outa r utb sue ,atp.m.
MWHU.O, G. If,
ALEXANDER LODGI, NO. tU,
Independent Order of Odd-Fal
low, mart every Thursday night
miucrcial avenue, Wween Btith to Betroth
11 USB) HIBU IB IKU VM
r. u. RiiroRD, n. ,
caiuoloduk. uo.m.A.r. A A.M.
Hold regular eominunloationa in Ma-
sonic Hall, en rune Commercial annul
' ' ami KlgbUi street, ob tha second and
niirin Moaaar or each mouth.
1AIKU ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. T., meets
vVIn Oild-rellows' liall oa tha flnt and third
iiwiaj in (Tery roomn, at nair-paat seven
J r 1 r- .
Knight of Pytblaa, meet every rrl
lay night at hetf-pasl hthi. in Odd'
rellows' iiail. llowi,
U1R0 BUSINESS HOUSES
Hot. 'Anybnsines firm can have threellnel
pane, In this column under appropriate heading
lih raut ol ai.gn per month or T!I Pt year
nyaiMP qnnneny in advance.
Hardware, Stove and Tint Ware.
A. HALI.KY-lw.1er inBtoves.Tfaand Hard'
Tare, tauten and Fanners' Implement, Win
iixin, lu-trljttretore, rumpa ami stumers.
r i omm rclal Avenue. Guttering, and Job
wnm done on ihort notice.
I . S . M i A Q E T-nealer I n hard and ao ft lam
ft, flooring, ceiling, aiding and eurfaoed
IiiiiiIwt, lath and shingles. Office and yard
orniT TwmtH-th street and Washington aTeone
i). hahtsian oealer in Cjweneware, Toy,
Limpi and all klnda of fancy articles. Commr-
ral avenue, corner Ma atreet.
WILLIAM WLNTEB-Slxth atreet between
"inineroal avenue and waahington avenue.
flotbinar nod Mert tutBt Tallorlna:
IOHN ANTKlM-MerchantTailorand d;-lct
n lloady M wto Clothing. 7a Ohio LtfM .
KmI fcatnto Afcnelca.
M. J. HOWLKT-BealEaUU Agent- Buy
Mm H ill real eeiaie, collect rent, pay taxes
h r non-ireiJeoU.etc. Commercial avenue, be-
wiiii mm ana t en in me la .
1 1 1 N h LK TIII81XKW00D-
i I Cotton and Tobacco Factors and pro-
, i ii-irirn ii mo larmere- touacro n areuouM,
i " a in luninunereiai Avenue
- (ieneral Forwardina
irwardins- and Cnmmiaainn
merchant, for Ibe tale of Kami, Garden, Or-
lieni and Hairy I'roOuee. su ihiu Levee.
on and alter this dale our price will lie
an follow ; ,
4 loot, battle cord, 3 25.
1 iord wood, sawed, 1
I " itwed and upllt, ft '.),
HlDfjla loaiU, 1 iO.
1 Ton. 3 00.
Ton, 10 SO.
ft Ton, or more, l tjjj per ton.
1 Ton, ti To. .
a Ton, 5 25.'
j Ton, or mora, f i :) per ton.
By C. XV, Wur.Ki.iR v'o.
ilari b 13, 1STS. :VH-lm
aiheb.vr Wnlfr, Ale1, Kr, Cider,
tnernl and Hoda Hntrra.
Mr. Audrew I.olir hag constantly on
lind Iresh receipts of the famous Sbe
rjycaii water, and be is now ( ready to
till orders for any quantify, cither bot
tled, in Legs, or by the jug. This water
h .eelfbnited for its elHcacy in euring
I ili", cotiitt'patlon, djFiepi-ia, hca-laclie,
ami disease of the i-touiaeh and liver.
It in !casaut to the t'i.-te, an 1 ture to do
otxl to Hhmc who take it. Mr. Lohr U
alo prepared to eupply families with
ale, beer, or cider, put up in bottles or by
Hit quautity, as may bo desired. Also
FotU mill mineral waters in bottles.
(ioiKli dcliverud in any fart (if the city
without extra cliarjfu. 3-3-liu,
An IhsTOKiCiL Fact. Kvery aifent
w lio line been eleadily St'llinjf the lui-I'l-ovml
I.") Ilomentcad fee win i Machino
iit tlirn: years, owns hU dwelling house
ban a trood account In bank, is clear ot
debt, and has money at Interest, the na
tural ..consequence of securing a good
Hkri'ii:y for superior roods at the lowest
inccii. A good llrst-claas Sewing Ma
chine, most useful reliable at all
tiuue. eaty to understand and control,
Uio value sixe and does the came work
any machines that sells at four times
the price. There It no machine at any
price better, or that will do liner or more
work, and certainly none so low In prie
by many dollars. The Homestead is
widely known and used in thousands of
iHuiilifK in the eastern and middle states,
and daily becoming popular in the west.
It will save its cost several times over In
ne seaxon, duing the work of the family,
nr w ill earn tour or live dollars a day
lor any man or woman who sews for a
living. It Is the strongest machine
made, is ready at hU times to do work,
makes the slrongest and finest stitch yet
invented, and is fully acknowledged as
tins Standard Family tewing machine.
1'rlce, complete tor domestic use. lies
iluced to only $20, delivered at rc-urdonr,
no matter how remote you may reside.
HusinesB permanent and honorable, with
more cortniti and rapid sales, and larger
proiits than any other. Extraordinary
liberal offers luade to local or traveling
HKeiils where we bave none established:
nr. it there is no agent near you, send
your order direct to the factory. Ad
dress -Inhn II. Kendall A Co.. Ul Broad
way. New York. M5-12m.
Positively tliei Beat.
Ir. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild. Cherry
and llorehound 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 oue-lmlf the time re
quired to do so by any other iuedidne,lt
is purely vegetable, aud contains not a
particle ol opium or other dangerous
drug. It never fails. Kvery bottle
guarantied to perlorm exactly as repre
sented. Sola by
IIahcmv Ukom., Caiiio, Ills..
Alno agents lor Trot, barker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
woiuis. Pleasant to take and requires
no physic. Trice 25 cents. Try It.
1 am prepared to give lessons In voeal
music to Individuals or classes at my
residence, on Walnut, one door from
Seventh street, and respectfully solicit
public patronage. Terms, made to suit
the times, will be given on application.
J.C-3-lw ; Walter F. McKeiv
SL'.VDAY, March 24, 1878.
Dry salt meats, bacon .sides, shoulders
aud bams, tlorce, barrel and bucket lard
all In good stock and for salo low at
Not. 70 and 71 Ohio levee.
Keuiember the mlnistrel troupe at
the Atbencum to-morrow evening.
Flour, meal, corn, oats, bsy, bran,
butter, eggs, etc.
3-21-1 w. Aldkn, UiuvfcS & Co.
Judge Bross lias returned to the city,
arter an absence of a week or ten days on
business for his houoc.
-TarnoirB Baking Powder-
Give it a trial
Col. Tom Wilson, after an absence ol
three or four months in the Bouth. Is at
home again. He reports business in the
south only "fair to middling."
(io to Pettis & Bird's for egg
twelve dozen, $1. Potatoes, per bushel,
40 cents, iw
The various lakes ol sipe-water are
rapidly disappearing. The (ailing of the
river is the cause.
Yarnell'i Baking Powder is the
"Jeeus ol ur;ar;tli patath by." is
the subject of JU.v. LillouLee' sermon,
which he delivers at the Athencum to
night. Don't forget It,
Henry Schick has the celebrated live
cent "Infant" cigar. Pure Havana filler
with Connecticut wrapper. 1 w
There will be services In the Pres
byterian church this morning and to
night at tun usual hours, Kcv. Mr. I
George officiating. J
-If you 'don't l-elievc Pettis & liirJ;
are selling groceries wsy Oown low. go
and see them and be convinced. 1 w
KeligiouS services at the Christian
church, Eighteenth street, at the usual
hour In the forenoon, and Sunday school
at 3 o'clock In tho afternoon.
Just received at the
At the Methodist church to-night
the pastor, Hev. A. I. Morrison, will de
liver a lecture on the subject of "Au
thorizing Women to Preach." All are
The " Flor le Alma" i a superior ten
cent cigar for sale by Henry Schick, near
the corner ol Ninth street, on Commer
cial avenue. 3-22-lw
A large crowd' greeted the Hon.
Matt. Inscore at the Kelorm club ball
lit night, anl listened to the speech
with much interest. T he speech was
characteristic ot the orator and was lull
ot good advise and good common sense.
Oyster Mup lunch at Harrv H alktr's
Crystal saloon every ironing at 9
There was a meeting of llic Tenifer-
auee Kelorm club held la-t niirht at
which Hon. 1. T. Llnegar, Itcv. Mr.
Morrison, Mr. Clias. I'ink aud John P.
Hcly made siweches. The attendance
was large. 0
For Hutter, Ko, Apples, etc., cull at
o. VI Ohio levee,
ti. H. Lbiuuton
W hauver the ultimate settlement ol
European aHnrs niiy be, the Cairo &,
Viuoenncs railroad will coutlnuc to bare
the cheapest, latest and best line to Chi
cago, with parlor cars Iroui Viuceiiiies.
See that your .'ticket reads via Tcrre
Haute and Danville.
Try the "Flor de Alma" ten cent
cigar, at the eigar etor of Henry
- Our auiiiseuie nUloving jK ople should
uot forget that Col. Hay ward's celebrat-
ed uiinistrti troupe, one ot the best com
biuatious of the kind in the country, will
upear at the Atheneum in lliis city to
morrow (Monday evening!. This emu
puny Is spoken ol in the must Haltering
terms b' the papers in all parts ot the
For the best flve.ceiitei ;ar in town
go to Henry Schick's and get the "In-
The fact ol a new line having bet n
formed via VIncenncs and Tcrre Haute
to Chicago, does not, in the least, Inter
fere with the fast time, always made to
Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louieville and
all points east. . Close connection is made
at Union depot lit Vluccriues with the
Yandnlia lino of parlor cars for Indiana
polis without change, reaching that point
al 5:30 p.m. Take the Cairo and Vinccii
lies railroad. 1
. Choice peachblow and early rose
potatoes at 25 cents per bushel.
8 24 1w. Aldkn, Uhavks ifcCo.
In the Third ward the opinion is
general that tho liest thing to bo done in
the coining charier election will be to re
turn Capt, W. P. Wright to the city
council. Captain Wright hss discharged
the duties of his olllce hi a intnner that
has given almost unanimous satisfaction,
and If he will consent to be candidate
lor re election he will be returned with'
out serious opposition,
Dou't forget the fa oyster soup ut
0 o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial ave
The committee in cliurgu ni the en
tertainment giyen tor the benefit of the
Christian Mission Sunday School, in Dr.
Wardncr's building Thursday evening
last, desires to express their Blnsere
thanks to Dr. Wardner for the use of the
hall free; also, the Knights Templar and
Odd Fellow aud Mr. Dean of (he Arling
ton hotel for chairs, tdilos, etc., a well
as to all the kind friends, who contributed
to make Hie aflalr tho grand success It
five cents will buy an 'Infant" of
superior quality at Ronry Schick's.!
A small black home, which has ap
parently sprained Its buck and Is unable
to got up, Is lying on Walnut,' between
Nineteenth aud Twentieth strocts. It
should be attended by its owner, I
Query : "Why will men smoke com
mon tobacco when 'they, csn buy Mar
burg Bros. 'Seal oi North Carolina' at
tho same price ?" . 10-3-tf.
At 10:30 o'clock this forenoon there
will Ixj religious services In the Episcopal
church, conducted by the Kcv. Dlllou-
Lce, la the evening the rector will offl
elate at the Athencum.
The Mission Sunday school already
bat Its new organ, and what is more, It
U already paid tor. Tho organ was manu
lactured by Daniel F. Beatty and Is a
"Daisy." This is a good beginning,
which we hope will continue.
ThcflneJt honey jou ever saw at 15
cents per pound,
3-24-lw. ALDK.N, Gicavks & Co.
All members of Ascalon Lodge No,
51 K. of 1'. aro requested to attend a
meeting to be held tosmorrow, Monday,
evening at 7:30 o'clock at Odd Fellows'
hall, tor the transaction ol very urgent
and Important business.
By order ol the C. C.
Will K. Hawkins, K. IS. S.
The net proceeds of the sociable of
the Mission Sunday school giyen In Dr.
Watdner's building on Commercial aves
nue last Thursday, were one hundred
and fifty dollars. It was quite a
flattering success oi which the ladlra
and gentlemen, in charge, have reason to
Mrs. 8. Williamson has returned
from laying In her spring stcck of no
tions and millinery, and she can say
without lear ot contradiction, that her
stock throughout Is the finest and largest
ever brought to Cairo, tihe is carrying
a lull Hue of fancy jewelry and an as
sortment of notions, and only asks the
public to call and examine her goods and
prices and be convinced that she can
compete successfully with all others in
these goods. Sbe will not have a "grand
opening," but on Thursday will be ready
to exhibit goods to all who may call.
.ahvllle Medleal lollea-e.
The third course ot lectures in this
regularly established and chartered Insti
tution began on the 11th ot March, and
will continue until the 21st of June, 1S7S.
The faculty expect to graduate all can
didates for the degree of M. D., who are
qualified. For information call upon or
address Duncan Eve, M. I)., 159 Church
street, Nashville, Teiin. ' It
Taxpnjrra, Atteutluu !
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 tux list in order to take judge
ment at the May term of the probate
court, and that in order to do this the
oopy trill be place U III Hit; liaiiOa of the
printer on the lOih day ol April. After
that date costs will be added. Pay votir
taxes and s.ve costs. Pktkr Sait,
March 20, 178, til. Collector.
Tlin MinuInK Nrnantloti
lii thcgullet called "heartburn," twhy,
It Is luipogsMble to conceive, since the
heart litis 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
sell a powerful acid, or by the unnatural
ly acid quality ol that secretion. The
ordinary way ot treating this symptom,
lor 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 lur better
remedy is Hostetter's stomach Bitters,
which strengthens the cellular mem
brane. Uie 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 HuTe U n mure trouble
from heartburn or tour stomach. The
liver and bowels are also thoroughly
regulated by this sovereign alterative.
On and alter Monday, 25th hist, I will
detail officer Hogan, whose special duty
will be to arrest under the ordinance all
pcrsous driving wagons, drays and carts
that are subject to license, who have not
the proper number on such vehicle.
C. D. Artek City Marshal.
Nkw Goods. Mrs. S. Williamson will
commence to receive her spring stock ol
milhneiy uooils on the lint of March,
and daily thereafter until her slock is
complete. Mis. Williainsou has also
purchased a full stock ut notions ami
'jewelry ot all kinds, which he will bo
able to sell to her patrons at greatly re
duced pi ices, She has bought lor cssh,
and defies competition in her line of busi
ness, nnd invites an inspection ol lur
1500 TIMES "
.after IbHn 1.1 I'm I
On receipt of $1.50 I will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 600 times any
small object. A very melul and lnstruo
tive instrument, brass mounted and put
up in a neat case, warranted as recom
mended or the money refunded.
. lu maguilylug power Is so great that
living objects can tic readily discovered
in a drop of water, and for examining
small objects, all manner of Insects, tho
texturo oi cloths, &c, detecting foreign
matter in sugar, flour and other articles
of diet, lor detecting counterfeit money,
and a hundred other uselul purposes, It
will be found invaluable. 1 ,,t
An endless source of amusement for
the coming winter evenings. Sent by
mull on recelpt'of price. ' k
SEAVLK & CO.,
l til Park Place, N. Y.Uty.
OUR SCHOOL COLUMN,
EDITKD BY TDK MKSIHF.R8 OK THK 8KNI0R
CLASS OK THK CAIRO IlKiU SCHOOL.
' The annual public examination of the
Cairo schools will take this week. '
Monday forenoon will be a time of
special Interest la ilisi Roger' room.
Monday aiternoon In the reoms taught
by Misa lliley and Miss Powers;
Tuesday forenoon In Miss Eastman's
room and Miss McKeo'i; Tuesday fore
noon and ufternoon In Miss Thompson's
room; Wednesday forenoon in the rooms
taught by Mia Walbridgeand Miss Fobs;
Wednesday afternoon in those taught by
Miss Armstrong and Miss Pattison; Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday in tho
colored schools, and Thursday and Fri
day In the High school. A cordial In
vltation is extended to all.
HOW THE HIGH SCHOOL SPENT
Friday afternoon, always pleasant, was
unusuully so last week. Three of the
lower schools camo up and tilled the
high school room to overflowing, fur
nishing us with a largo audience, if not
an appreciative one. The pupils were
first required to write the usual live-
mlnuto compositions, Mr. Oberly fur
nishing the subject-"Sunllght." This
was a boon to the chemistry class, for
they knew all about it. It did not give
much pleasure to the lower classes, how
ever, It we may judge by their produc
tions. One member of tho 'D'' class
made the startling assertion that 'if It
wasn't for sunlight we would not have
Alter Muri.i Corliss had favored us
with a piano solo, the "G" class in Eng
lish literature was culled and took their
planes on the ro-trum. Of the recitation
we will say nothing. It furnished
amusement to the audience II it did not
to the class.
After the recitation, Hou. Sam. Bard
of Baton llouge, La., entertained us un
til balf-past lour. His remarks were
sensible and well timed, especially his
advice, aimed probably at the G's, to
keep cool. It was not the speech that we
usually hear. He did not tell us to "be
good and be happy ;" to be extremely
thaukful tor all our manifold blessings,
etc., but gave us a little good advi..
spiced with a few witty and appropriate
anecdotes. Now, though I would not be
impertinent for the world, I would really
like to kuow why ever) body cannot
peak to us as though we were wnsible,
reasoning beings, instead ot a set or
wicked, uDgratetul ne'er-do-wells. Ii
they only would, they would be lar more
popular with school children. M. C.
lu ancient histories and geographies
we timl scattered notices ot a limited
commerce in tin carrie-i ou between the
Phoenicians and a ru le population, in
habiting an Island to the northwest of
Europe called Britannia. This is about
all that is knowu ot England betorc the
C'lH-iotlun oru, In f.ict D'.lt li'.tlc is knowu
until the invasion by thu Humans, but
ol this we are certain they had attained
only the lowest degree of civilization.
They lived in eaves, and liouscs.made 1
mud and paiutetl their bodies probably
to make them appear more horrible to
fieir tnefhies, The religion of this peo
ple, though characterized by a vast
amount of superstition, contained much
truth. Tiny ncognied one supreme
being ami adored him. Tho-e who
attended to 'religious matters were call
ed Druid. In addition to their duties
as priests, they served as teachers,
judges, physicians and philosopher;.
A great uninber of youths were always
gathered about them to be instructed in
their mystical lore. They considered it
uuhallowed to commit anything to writ
ing, and so taxed the memory by learn
ing great numbers of verses. Tho Druids
enjoyed the highest honor in the nation
They were really the rulers. All
public and private disputes were brought
before them to be settled and thiir de-
ci.-ion whs considered umltenible. Tnt-y
were supposed Ik have the power of
divining hidden uud secret tilings, and
werelooked upon with awe and venera
tion by the people.
The Druids were very particular lo
teach the doctrine of tho transmigration
of soul. Their religious rites and sacri
fices were generally performed in the
oak irroves, which they held as sacred.
Plants were thought to possess many
Virtues and tho mistletoe, which grew on
the sacred oak, was especially rever
ence' I. It was said to bu ati antidote tor
poisons and a healer ot nil 1 diseases.
When discovered twining about the oak
a b iiiquct and sacrifice was prepared, a
Druid clothed in while mounted the tree
and with a knile severed the plunt, utter
whla'i there was great rejoicing, oflering
oi sacrifices, etc. Probably they consid
ered this plant an emblem ot eternal l;le,
and It appearing when all else was dead,
atypeol (he life of Deity,
Suat'cred throughout England nro
moss grown stones which arc said to
have been Druidical altars or burial
places. At Stonehengo vast stones aro
louud. some upon the ground, others
supported by each other, luves
tigallou has . lulled to fully de
termine their original character, yet
they are generally supposed to have
formed an immense Druidical temple.
Other remains are clearly those of burial
places or tombs. ! , '; . i
-. Wherever tho great Celtic- race made
it home, remains of litis gloomy roll
glous have been found. In France, Spain,
Ireland and Wales ns well as England
these hoary relics ot a ryogoim race tell
us of people, hopes and beliefs, which
have long been wrapped in the gloom ol
Ui3 past..: , "
The busy traveler of to-day as he hur
rles Irom scene to scout, at these places,
Is reminded tf the white haired priests,
olad to flowing robot ind severing nud
awful Injpjtutat'pns': the mcred brtiieli.
He la rem'liidjJ of the' horror, the.)
mysterious ritci inspired in the Ignorant
intf . unelrflrred iwipie'.'-'-ile thinks cf
fiat weak race,-which melted away to
eatlrely under Roman rale that the Kng
land ot to-day retain scarce a hundred
words of all then language,
BISHOP DOANE'S DESCRIPTION
OF A GENTLEMAN.
A gentleman 1-gentle. A gentleman
Is modest. A gentleman la courteous.
gentleman is generous. A gentle
man Is glow to take offence, as being one
that never gives it. A gentleman goes
around only In consciousness ot right.
A gentleman refines bis tastes. Airen-
tleraan subdues bis feelings. A gentle
man controls his speech. A gentle
man deems every other better than him
self. Sir Phillip Sidney was never so much
a gentleman mirror though ho was ot
England's knighthood as when, upon
the Held oi Zutphen, as he lay in his own
blood; he waived the draught of cold
spring. water that was brought to quench
bis mortal thirst In favor of a dying
To induce children to he respectful,
obliglDZ and eentlcuianlv in all their
actions and expressions, lathe imperative
duty ot parents and teachers. The true
spirit and exercise ot politeness will deter
them from the commission of many rude
acts, and exert a controlling and salutarv
Influence ovor their whole conduct.
SIGNAL SKRVICK REPORT.
STATION. ;LOW WATia.RlMOrFll
J M. ta. IT. ut.
Cairo SJ 1 1 l
Clnnlnnati........ Hi a 1 o
Iiavenport a 2
fltuburg-. ............... 'i 6
LouiiVlllan.MM.....' 10 ID
Padiinah..-. . i '
St. iaul I 1
Keokuk I 3 K I .ii
M. Louie 14 -
JAMKS M. WATSON,
Senieant Signal Service, U. S. A
The June Howard made liberal addi
tion here yesterday, and has engagements
below to till out.
The Golden Crown was loaded at deep
as ens could swim for New Orleans. Capt.
W. Walker reclered a hearty welcome
from hi friends. It Is several years since
he boated this far south.
Capt. Yore returned to St. Louis yes
The T. T. Hlilman brought her usual
cargo of iron lor reshipment to St. Louis
The Con Millar was well UUeu for Cin
Tie My Chlce and barges cleared for
New Orleans at midnight, having added
1200 ton here.
The James XV. Gad is variouKly sunk six
leet over the main deck and six foot ovrr
the upper deck, according to different
newspapers. It is no doubt over the boil
er deck as there Is no shallow water where
she is reported to have drowned herself.
The Jennie Walker ! which left here a
short time t'o is bound to the Alleghany
The Golden Utile was to leave Cincin
nati ll uiylir. for Mow OaIo-hm. aod the
Golden City Tuesday next. Ttie maty
Houston leaves there on Thursday the '28th
followed by the Tom Sherlock on the ;!0tn.
Notice is hereby given that the co-part
nership heretofore existing between tho
undersigned, under tho firm name of "Stu
art it tibolKm,' luis this doyjiecn dissolved
by mutual consent, the said Uholson taking
tbo usscts and aiiumfngthe debts of said
firm. Cii.vs.lt. Stl'akt.
W. K. GtlOLSON.
Cairo, III. .March, 4, 1878.
Having this day purchased Mr Stuart's
interest in tbe above firm, its property, as
sets and good will, I take pleasure in an
nouncing that I shall continue the businr is
at the old stand; where grateful to my
friend and the public generally for past
favors and patronage, I respectfully ask a
eontluance of such favors and patronage.
W. E. Ok olson.
Cairo HI, March 4. 1S78. d-lm
NEW 1NSLKANCE AGENCY
Ollicc at Alexander Co. Bunk,
. Hiaks written in first class Companies
At lair rates. See advertisement.
ItoiitfbM, ai trillion :
Y ou will assemble at I lie engine Iioiim
In full uniform fit hall-past nno Monday
Mireh 251 h, 187s.
Ha mt v Sen i ii, Secretary.
Ed. Braxton h is returned to his old
stand in the Reiser building, where ho Is
Jetter prepared than ever to aceommo
Jute his patrons ami the public who
may favor him with a call, fie has gone
to considerable expelise In titling up a
couple of nicely furnisher! rooms, which
he has provided with all thu latest lin
pcovemeuts and conveniences. Ho em
ploys only first class vorkmen and those
who putroiilu him will have their want?
slteniled to in style and will receive
(.elite t'olrmttii'a l.Huuilry ,
Mi. Lettle Coleman bus reope lied Imr
laundry ou Fourth street, between wash
liijton and Commercial avenues, and Ukes
this method ot informing her old friends
and patrons that she Isairaio at their ser
vice, and tollcits their patronage. Sbe has
reduced price to suit the timc.
i-.. !. 1. JJ.lt L. i
Ft' 'Hun Nollvo.
in it r. or City Ili rk, )
Cvma. ill., Marob 1, It's f
I'ulilie notice la hereby ilvea that on 'Ineedey
the Uithdiiy of April, A. U.I87S, hgencral tle.'tion
will ba hcLl in the cltv nt' Cairn. ii,hv r
aniler. .late of Illinois, I'or the election of one
Merman for the reiular term from em-h ot tbe
Ave wanliof the city.
' l or tha purpose of aaid alarttan poll will be
epenett at lite tetiawinit -aanieJ nlana.. ln
In Ibe Firat want, at tin southern Sour of the
Arab r Ire company's anal ne home ; in the Bee
ootl want, at tha tnglna bouse or '.lit Koturb ami
tteaily Fir oonipanyi In the Third ward, at lhe
engine house st tha Uibeinlan Kireooniitany ;in
the fourth ward, at tbe court hou: In the Fifth
v aid, at the store-home building of I amea Car
rol, oa the north eat owner of 'Iwentytlghtb
atreet ann CouiBierolalavenAa.
ridd eltttton poll will be open at eight o'uhek
la the morning and continue open until itTin
y onlaroi ike nlty oountii.
' J. B. VUXUS.CityClari.
FARNBAKER, Tho Clothier, calls tho attention of U
readers of tho 'Bulletin' to his late arrival oMhe Very Utet
Styles of Hats of All Makes Stetson, Hirsh and.Hoopcr both
Stiff and Soft Crown. . ;
Theso goods arrived on Saturday afternoon's train by ex
press, and are his Second Lot of the Season, and the only
Spring Styles received in the city. Call and examine.
FARNBAKER, the Clothier.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL II. K.
special notice to chicago
The only line running trains through
to Chicago WITIlUlir CHANGE OF
Trains leave Cairo at 12:10 a m., aud
arrive in Chicago at 0:15p.m., 4 HOURS
AND 45 MINUTE.-f IN ADVANCE ol
any other morning train from. Cairo.
1:10 p.m. train arrives in Chicago ut
CiOOa.m. 17 HOURS IN ADVANCE
ol the other line. ,
Two changes of cars and a M 1 DN IG I IT
ARRIVAL In Chicago AVOIDED by
taking the old RESPONSIBLE Illinois
Advertisements of competing lines
that they make better time than this one,
arc Issued cither through Ignorance or
a desire to mislead the public.
For through tickets and Information,
apply at the Illinois Central It. R, depot,
Cairo. JAMES JOHNSON,
3-23 t!. GenT. Southern Agt.
I'or ftnle or Kxcliniiffe,
I will tell my farm at Pulaski station,
on the Illinois Central railroad, cheap
for cash, or exchange for Cairo city
property. The farm is one of the bes
in Pulaski county, and in the best ot con
dition. For particulars, inquire of J. n.
Metcalf, Cairo, Illinois.
The Roughs ! ! The Roughs .' !
The Roughs ! !
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL! !
SCHEIE'S WASHINGTON 11 A LL
Monday, March 25th, 1878.
Admission 50 oeata.
rpiLKKTSi Hill S.M.K AT Sl lll'lt'S IMtft.
X More. H. Mayors' Tclnccn Store, I'lill. H.
Sioup'i Confccinihtry and by eMcmi.ers ol the
XX is. rAnicEn.
CJTV BOOK' &' NEWS STOKE
AdKXT Kill! TIIK
Bloomingt'cn. Pap or
and Bag Co,,
Printed WrAmnff Paper,
Butter Traya, &.Q ,
I Oil SAI.K Al MAM FACI l'lltkS 1'ltIChS.
.i(. I '-'11 iiiliniiTi'lill A 7 ell nr.
E. N. Freshman & Bro's
IbU W, Fourth St.,
Are author ed to r-'Cinc ailvetnlsenienta lorthit
piper. KMinmirs luniininl free upon upeliiMliiiB
Sfiid two I'ampslor our Ailverlier'e Mbihi.iI.
Saloon and Restaurant.
THE lllvSl OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Coiis'anlly on (mini. Also has constantly
on hand a ;
Largo Supply of
0RA.NGE3, APPLES. ETC..
At Wnolatalo svnd BatH.
M tha Old Dclmonlco Hotel.
S-ini Ho 08 Olilo Levee
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whoteiale and Retail Oealen in
OF ALL MJLD!S.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSRS. S-M VTU A CO., have constantly
large stock ot the best goods n the wav
ket, and give e-uciil attention to tha whole. ',
ale branch of the business.
. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Wall f oper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always on hanil, the celebrated UluiBlnatl .
Ooroer Eleventh 8trat and Waahl
SCHOOL TEACHERS'. It?
v ir salary by devoting a very small portion ol
-your leisure time to my interest. 1 do not x
iiect you to eitnvaes lor my celebrated Beatty's
l'ianos and Organs unlets you see Ut to ; but 'tie
service I require of you is both pleasant and
profitable. Mill particulars free Address
DAM EL K. liUATTY, Washington, N. J .
' TO OHZOTLnVEE,
Cl'J' N'.it:on:il Bank BniUIng, up.sisim.
Tin- Ol'lfst KstnbllnhcJ Agney in Souihrr
Uliuois, aud rcprecntin(f oter
285 OOO OOO
W. R. SMITH, JR., M. D.,
OiUco and Bosidence :
No. 21, Thirteenth-iit., - - CAIRO.'lLl
J. J). DEANE, Prop'r
Litts of tha fit. Charles.
RATES: 82.00 PER DAY
runts DSEAStSCf nr.
THROAT, tUNCS.LIYER d BlOODt
In the wonderful meillelne rnwhli the afllii't
ed Are atiove iliimMcil (or ruliol, Uie discoverer
liulioves he hasconiblnnl tit aemmmv more of
Nature's sovereign curative propi-rU, wlilels .
lost bas lnntilleil Inio uw vegetable klngilom
lr healing the sink, titan were ever btfore com
lulled in one medleine. The evhleni-e of this li' t
l found in Uio great variety of lunet alutuuta
diseases which It lias been found tocomianr. I
the cure of Brouehllla, Ratroro Coarta,
nnd the early stages ot CuaaaaMlam
n-tonUbed the imilleal faoully, nnd ealaen.
plivuli'laus pronounce It Uie greatest roeilKw.
illsi-ovcry or the age. W'hllo It cures the sever
est Couirhs. It sti-cnglhens the rvstoin ami pawl
flea tbo blood. By it f real al '
blood-purlfving propartleur II auras- an .
mora, from the worst .crofnlat to a eomavw
Hlolcli, Hlmplcortroptloo. Mercarlsl
ili'.-e, Miai'inl I'liKona, ami Uiait enecls, ra
erailleali'il. ami vigorous hwillh ami a joae't
eon.liiution eiialill-licit. Eryalpela, Ml
rhcnni, rover Korea, dcalr ' )
Kkln, ni short, nil lhenuiiieroiidloae'"'',,!;
bv bml blood, are conquered by thia powsrtol, .
purifying, and Invigorating mcdlolna. - v
If rnn feel dull, ilrow.r, dchillutad, baraiU
low color of skin, or yellow iah brow a spot
Tire or body, frequent headw-ho ar illtalnasa,
hud fctste In month, Internal heal or ehilla alwrW '
nntfl with hot dtiahea, tow spirits, and flaeesy
foit'lioilinirs, irregular appell'a, and toaguo ..
cwifl. tou are sufrertna; froia Torplal 1 .1 f w
u nlllan.Mal. In aaaiav .-caaaa Ut
"Liver Coa plaint ! pari
vnuitont ar spei-ueL Aa arme4jr far
ill .uchcAse. DaTteree s Goldaa VadiaafTDls. ,
k. no yuiil. aa It effects Mrfaot eoeaa.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS ATI! Pl lOTTUe.-;' '
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