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i The knla-bts ef Use above order Beet
I al thair kill the Ural nil third Monday
leachaaonUi. Cotomercial avenue, 3d door
ouw 01 uto. nri ,aipm. .
' . . iinuii,,Q. fl. M.
AMtfiNDKit LODGB, NO. fc!4.
inaepnnilrnl oma or .ia-ui-
' low, aiurvt every Thursday night
M half-pout NTiti in tbair nail on
avenue, iMiweca nlxth and Seventh
K. D. KairoKD. N. 0
1 CAiUUlAbuk, NO. &ff,A.F. A A. BI.
a-rW- Itot'l regular eoramitnlcationa In Ma
SV eotile Hall, comer Commercial avenue
xani Eighth elnwt, on Uu second and
'-iitth Mondav of each month.
'"WHO KNCAMPktKNT, I. O. O. F.. meets
vio Odd-Fallowe' Iiall oa tha Aral and third
t ndey in every mouth, al half-pant seven
Knicl'Uof Pvthias. maeta every Kri-
2 day night at haV-pitat eevnu, in Odd-
Fellows' 1111 . Jiowm,
hIKO BUSINESS HOUSES.
a ay liuataealflna dan bate threa liri)'
f i t, in tliik rolunm un-bir appropriate lieatding
tthi-raie of I . (V per, month or Sa 14 year
MiMiif,rtrif ib edvkneei , t !". f
Hardware, rHovexi stud Tim War.
A. If Aljt.KY Dealer in Store, Tin and Hard-
lire, Oaidcu anil Farmers' Implements, Win
mi, IMrigerHlore, i'umps and Dadders.
1 1 (tnmiri-lil Avenue. Guttering, and Job
Work done on short notice.
I. -.MeiJAHET Denier in hard and toft lum
rr, (Wiring..,, ceding, aiding and etutfaeed
t.uiitH-r, lath and ahlngUs. Ofrioe and yard
irnerT,enii-ih street and Washington ateaun-
SJaoeraewaYrav. - . i
f . II ABTMAW DeaWr In Chitensware . Tnve.
(-am) -ad all kinds of Iksx-y artWI. CoiriOH--
al avenue, cornar nib Hurt,
( riiotugrapby .
IIXIAM "WDiTltlt-Sitth sirr bafween
laimurntel avenue. an1 Washington vn"j
IuiIiibs; Harrautssc T alias fin sr.- i
lODN ASTKIM -Merchant Tailor and dealer
e Heady Made Cloth ing. 7S Ohio Dew. .
atel r.tt Aceaelra.
M. .1. HOVriJCr-Beal Eatota Afnt- Huyt
ml wlla ml aauta, eolltcU rrnu, pay Uxaa
I' r non-realdaata.ete. Commercial avenue, bv
' wn N inth ami Tenth ttraeta.
Ml S K LK A Til I8TLKWOOD
iMUm and Touauco Factora and -ro-i.t-u.r
of the Farmara' 'Joliauro Wartbinc.
i 4 I.TOiibBinxfrcial ATWine '
AM'i.lt lObl- ...
I (MBera) Forwarlini! and CootimaK.n
nvn liajit, for Ui Kale ol r'arin, Uanlea, Or
hard und l"ntrr frwlufte. ohio Lm,
WOOD & COAL.
ir v. :
on and niter tbn date our jw c will l.e
I loot, bj.the cord, 3 sl.
1 cord wood, nwed, M 25.
t " " i aawed and dj-llt, .yi.
Single load, l W). , : I i C,
1 Ta,io. ' :
8 Tom, f5 50. "i"-T?T!
A Tud, orni'ir, ?i C: per tou.
1 Ton.'t'J V.
."i tona, or iiion:, J J .rfj p-r ton.
By C; W. W"Kin.R C.
Man b 13, ttW. " " ' " ' 5-U-ltu
ajibaya;Aa WIT, Ale, Itrer. ldrr,
HiacnU atU Notlw Hmtn,
Mr. Andrew J.olir has coueUiilly uu
lianrt Iri sh reaclpts of the famoui Slie
IrtiyaD watpryanil Jiajj aaw. xvaU i4
Hll onlcrs lor an) quantity, cither bot
tlnl, in kcj''tor by the J uy. This water
i irlubratetl for its ellkacy iu curing
piles uoiiitpatmii, (lyiH'piiia, Li-ailaclit-,
hii'I (Ii-hm. of the stouiueli ami liver.
It U plfatant to the tiste, an J ftiro to do
Ifood to thos wlio take It. Mr. l.olir is
aim) prepared to supply families with
ale, br, or eidir, put up in bottles or by
llic qtiutitiiy, ai tuny bo doircd. Also
i. ods and mineral waters in bottles,
OiynU delivered in any part of the city
n Itlumt extra charge. 3-U-l in.
An lliirri:iCAi. Fact. Every agent
who has Ixttn Steadily mjIIuik Hie 1 lu-
prme.1 ti') ll'iotcsieal bewmg Machine
i-r ilireo year, owns bis dwelling houfe
hait a good aocouitt in bank, is clear ot
debt, niid has money at Interest, the na
tural consequence of securing a good
ngen:y for superior goods at the lowet
priee. A good llrsl-class hewing Ma
chine, most useful reliable at all
timi. eaxy to understand and control,
the n:inie ii! and docs the same work
as any machines that sells at four times
the price. There It uo machine at any
price better, or that will do liner or more
work, and certainly none o low iu prijc
by many dollars. The HonicMewl i
widely known and used in thousands of
laoiiliea in the eastern and middle states,
anU daily becoming, popular in tho went.
It will wc Its cost several times over in
iie wkoii, diiingtlie work "I l lie lutuily,
or will earn lour or five dollar a d:ty
lor any mnnor woman who sews for a
living. it is the strougcat machine
made, is ready al nil times. to do work,
tnnkes the slrongest and linest stitch yet
invented, and i lully acknowledged as
tho SiNiidard Family Sewing machine.
Trice, complete tor domestic ue. - Ke-
duced to only $20, delivered at vourdonr,
no matter liow remote you mar reside.
Business permanent and honorable, with
more certain and rapid sale, snd larger
profits than any other. Extraordinary
liberal nVr made to local or traveling
aj?etit where wc have none established;
or, if thero is uo ajreut near, you, fw
your order dlreet to tho factory. Ad
dress .lobn If. Keodall k Co., 4 il Broad
way. New York. v 313-13ni, -
Poaltlvrlr lh Bal. "
1 r. Morris' Syrup ot Tar, Wild Cherry
aud ilorehound is the 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 rof coughs; cold6, croup,
whooping cough, bronchitis, asthma,
.Btid all diseases of a consumptive typo-
It will thoroughly eradicate thene alarm
ing symptoms In one-hall the time ro
quired to do no by any other medicine, H
is purely vegetable, ami contains wot a
particle ol opium or other dangerous
drug. It. never fail, f Kvery bottle
guarantied to perlorm exactly as repre
sent en. soiu vy - v ,
Barclay Lhoh., Caiiio, U.I.S.,
' I .Also agents for Prol. Parker's Tlensant
; ' Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
" woMin. Pleasant to take aud. requires
; no physle. Price 25 cents. Try It-.
Vocnl Munle. 1
I am prepared to give lesson hi Vofaf
uiusto to indlvldunU'or. ejssscs, ab my
; residence, on Jaittt9DeTrtlo from
' Hovcnth street, and resentfully 'solicit
public patronagr;aisjJ nifta to suit
. the times, will bo given on application.
; U-M v WitTM r. McKn.
t i;i)XKSDAY, March U7, 1878.
W't are autborUed tn announce E. V. DAVISai
a undidnta for Alderman from tha becond
w rd. Jilactlon to take pUce iueaday, April
March is alnimt goor.
'All lool'a day" ii coiu!n.
Harry Walker h atill at the Hut
Sfrlntf. j , ; (
u-hlrZ. j, 11. Metcalf i.s rccoveriua
The police coinplaiti ol dull timed.
rci)pl arc bccoruuijf entirely tou tuuial.
Try the "Flor dc Aluia"' ten cent
vijfur.- at tbc cigar atoru of Henry
Schick; ' ' . ' - 3-22-1
For the heat five ceot clar iu town
goto Henry Schick's and gel the "Iu
lant." ; 3.23-1 w
Choice pcachblow and early roae
potatoes at 25 cent per bu.shcl.
3 2Mw. Al.Dt.v, GitAVDi A Co.
Tho liuc.'t honey jou ever saw at 15
cents per pound, .
3-214w i . AiiiKN, Gkavk & Co.
"For Buttr, H;gi, Apple, te., tall at
No. 01 Oblo levee.
ti. II. l.aiouTo.M
democrats elwuld not fail to atUnd
(h Deiaocratic tMintj' coiiTctitiori on
' -Mr. Stockfleth n rites that hi heali h
i iuiprovlDg and tba& he expects to re
turn almost entirely recovered.
Flour, meal, coru,--oat, hay, bran.
Cutter, egS, Wc. -:j-'Jl-lv.
Ai.okx, Oaivrs A Co.
11m aociabie, or mite wxsiety. held at
the i Me tbodia parsonage lsl night. wa8
Note the change, ot time in ilie arri
val iud departure of trains ii tho Cairo
and Ht. Louis railroad.
1 Henry Schick bxs the celebrated five
cent "Inlaui'' cigar, l'urv Havana liller
with Connecticut w raper. 1w
Shell oysters Jut received ot the
Cryntal saloon. HiKkv Walkkr.
Oyster coup luuchat Harry alkir's
Crystal saloon every tvening at 0
K. Y. L.iVis Is the tirt to "shie hi
caator" into the aldcrtnanic rise ho
will be Umtkcond? , -
-Yarnell'8 Bakiog Powder
Give it a trial.
Query ; "Why will lueu smoke com
ruon tobacco wlien Ithey can buy Mar
burg Bros. 'l-fcul ol North Carolina' at
the same price?" IC-3-ti.
Mr. Chas. Sclilacka, ol Chicago, m In
the city repairing the scales of the Illi
nois Central Kailro.id company.
There was but one case in .Judge
Bird's court yesterday, and that was a
young man who was up on a charge of
A.. I. Carl, the livery stable man, is
training a horse for well, lor tun, we
believe, and to .Mr. Carl's credit, be it
said, he ia apparently doing a good job.
The "Flor de Alma" I a superior ten
cent cijjar for sale by Henry Schick, near
tho corner ol Ninth street, on Commer
cial avenue. 3-i'J-Iw
W. T. Scott. Klder Davis and several
other colored men went to 1 u Quoin
yeterday for the purponc ol organizing
a roiored Masonic lodge there.
Mr. ft. 11. CuDinntrhain visited Che
ter a tew days ago, and while there met
Hon. A. H. Irviu. He reports '-Ham"
lull of business, aud with hi hands full,
C'apt. Sam Orr baa gone into tie
lior-e business that i he buys an. I hcIIh
horse. Any one wantini; a "critter,"
high ur low priced, can buy It from him.
(in to IVtti ,t Bird's lor egg
twelve il ii, . I'ululoe.-, p r bushel,
10 cents. 1 w
Win. 'i linn, Juhii Sidlivau. i'ctcr
Coulim and Tbomiis Fituzerald. all
old residents ol this city, have gone to
St. Mary, Mo., and will iniikj that place
their future home.
W. T. Scott, tee colored orutor, will
address the colored TempeniDce Keform
club a: Its next meeting aud tell his bear
ers why Ihe colored people do not work
There 'whs h uieetiog oflhe Woman's
Cbristmu TemiHrauce Union al the I'o-
lortn Club rooms yesterday. The at
Unduiice was more than usually large.
No business of rj social importance was
We understand that a number of
gentlemen given to horse racing, since
the city council has prohibited racing In
the park, have concluded to establish a
track above and near the old cross leyce.
r We understand that the Keform club
has decided to give a ball on the first
Friday after Lent. Where the ball will
be giveu we have uot learned, but that it
Will be a great Miccess whenever it is
given, requires no prophet to forr sec,
' If youdou't believe Pettis A Bird
arc selling groceries way dowu low. go
and see them aud be convinced. 1 w
Th story that Mr. It. II. Cunning
ham will sail for Paris almut the first of
May, Is not. well founded, That gentle
man informs u that he Ii us no intention
ol going to Park
,'r"Thn colored Methodiata were very
much annoyed last Sunday by a colored
lady;, .who had made up Mt'1 mind to
preach to them. Although the colored
brethren "reaboccd' wllA ' ths" sister she
would uot "give In," aud kopt or telling
them the "Lord's holy truth" until an
officer was called, who stepped her.
Mr. F. Korauicycr Is Just in receipt
of a very laru and select stock of Key
West and imported clears, to which bo
ealls the special attention ol miokcrs.
The interior ol the Alexander Coun
ty bank building has been undergoing
repair and presents quite an Improved
appearance, .The work was dune by
Blake and It Is a ucat job, ,
Tlicro will bo a meeting ot the Cairo
base ball association thU, Wednesday,
evening at K. M. Iv. C. hall at 7:30
o'clock. A lull attendance Is request
e l. U. M. Fraser, Hec'y,
At a late hour lu.'t nieht a couple ol
drunken bawds created quito an uproar
In the vicinity of Fourteenth and Poplar
streets, but they were finally taken
charge of by Irlcnds and induced to go to
i The diilereiit schooUrooms.ln which
elasjea were examined yesterday, were
visited by not less than two hundred
fltty visitors.;' We arc glad to see this.
It shows that parents are taking proper
interest iu the examination.
Dr. Arter's condition is not much
chaujred. Ho stands bis terrlblo misfor
tune with wonderful fortitude lor one so
old as lie is, and is doinsr as well as could
be expected under the circumstances.
His suffering, however, are great. '
We understand a number of gentle
men are aires Jy takiog steps toward a
big celebration on the ith of July. Tlx
gentlemen, who are takinjf the lead In
this matter are the kind of men to make
it a success, provided)they receive proper
encouragement, r, ; i ' j
Alderman Tom llalllday will, in all
probability, be a candidate lor re-election
in the Filth ward. Mr. llalllday bas
made one ot the beat representatives th
ward ever had, and even bis bitterest
opponents have come to regard him as
a sort of ''neceary evil" in the council.
For the information of those who
may feel concerned, we will state that
e boyi and young men who are seen
on our streets with red ribbons on their
shoulders and along down the seams of
their breeches arc the "'High Mhooi
Guards." They uutnber tliirty-.-;ix, and
beyond this we're In the dark. ",
Mayor Winter will receive to-day at
half past 11 o'clock direct from Mobile by
express 3,000 choice bulk oysters, and
Invites every body to bring their buckets
and be supplied. He guarantees them to
be as Iresh as those received any time
during the oyster season and ol the fine?t
YarceU's Baking Powder is tho
Mr. K. F. lavii i announced In thi
issue of the Bli.lki in as a candidate for
alderman from the Second ward. Mr.
Davis is well known to the voters of tho
ward and tbe city at large, and should he
be elected be would no doubt discharge
the duties ot tho position intelligently
and to the best interests of his constitu-
tfllU. - -
The county convention to select dele
gates to the state Democratic conven
tion to be held at Spriutield on April
11th, and to th" judicial convention to
be held at Centralis on May lih, will be
held at the court house iu tliit city on
Saturday uext. It is the duty of Demo
crats to attend this convention, anJ it h
to be hoped that every wtll wisher ot
the party will be present.
Judge Bird aim a number ot colored
citizens arc making an tlTbrt to have
Gov. l'inchbiick lecture iu this city,
rinchb-.ick goes to Chicago on the lllth
of April, where he ha been engaged to
peak at the celebration ol the anniver
sary ol the adoption ot the fifteenth
amendment. It is the intention to have
him lecture here when on his return to
Five wnts will buy an "Infant'' ol
superior quality at Henry Schick's.
T. G. Farrisof the .Uilinson County
VtDuuin was iu the. city on Sunday and
Monday. .Mr, Karris is a candidate lor
the Democratic nominal ion lor rrprcsch
ative Irom the KiiMi-tli district, aud we
uudersUiid his cliaucc arc excellent
Mr. Karris has every qualification tor the
position, and would represent his dis
trict with ability.
It is said that there is more Ireight
shipped from the little town of Hodge
Park in this county than Irom any other
station on the lino ot the Cairo and St.
Louis railroa I this sideot Murphys9oro,
excepting Cairo, of course. There arc
now to good saw-mill, a corn mill,
three or four stores and it good country
hotel at the Park.
An unusually larire quantity nl corn
has been shipped Irom Goose Islaijjs
season, home of it to St. Louis, a gOod
deal to Cairo and a considerable quantity
to Nashville. Os. Greenley, Jim
Mulchay and Mr. E. Dickerson are the
principal speculators, and it is said they
have each made it "nice thing" out of
A telegram received yesterday by
Judge Bros from Congressman Hartzell
announces that the house committee on
commerce has recommended an appropri
ation of forty thousand dollars tor the
improvement of the Mississippi river op
posite this city. This will bo chccruig
news to our tropic, and again places
them under obligations to Mr. HarMell
tor his untiring efforts) to secure this sp
Judge Marchildeii and wile o(
Thebes, were in tlm city yesterday.
From the judge, who is himself a farmer
on a large scalp, we learn that the wheat
In ilie tipper portion of the county
never in bis experience looked better or,
gave a more flattering prospect at this
season of the year. The quantity sown
Is much larger than ever before, and it
tho season irom rnow, untll harvest is
favorable thd, yield - will be-Immense.
Farmers everywhere are busy preparing
lor spring planting aud tbe outlook Is
The examination of the pupils In the
different departments of the Thirteenth
street school yesterday was witnessed by
a more than ordinarily large number of
the paxeuU aud friends ol the pupils and
friends of out school system, -The ex--amlnations,
' wit bout exception, were
satisfactory to those wpo witnessed them,
and tbe progress made by the pupils since
tbe last examination.1 was a subject of
general remark among those present.
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
9 o'clock this ercimujat Harry Walker's,
comer Sixth efreot and Commercial avc
M I'd. S. Williamson bits returned
Irom laying in her spring .stock of no
tious 'aml millinery aud' she can say
without fear ot contradiction, that her
stock throughout is tho 11 neat and largest
ever brought to Cairo. She ia carrying
a lull line of fancy jewelry and au as
sortment of tiotlorti, and only asks the
public to call aud examine her goods and
prices and be convinced that tho can
compete successfully with all others in
these goods. Sho will uot hayc a "grand,
opauing,'' but ou Thursday will le ready
to exhibit goods to all who may call.
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
linqucnt tax list ria order to take Judge
ment at tlie May term "of (he probate
court, and that in order to do this the
copy will be placed in the hands of tbe
printer ou the 10th day ol April. After
that date costs will be a!dei.fVay vour
taxes and save costs. "FiiWn SAir,"
March SO, 1S7S. td. Collector.
From wharfbout No. 1, Sunday night,
2 1th Inst : Two fat fetters. One is a light
red color with a little white on liead and
on flank, has sharp horns,slfghtly turn
edin. The other is solid dark red; they
are each about three years old, and will
weigh probable 1,100 or 1,200 pounds
each. Both ihad short pieces of small
rops on horns when lant sceu, r . . , , .
Anyone returning the aViove to whart
bnatat Cairo, ills., will be suitably re
ILLINOIS. CENTRAL U. U.
8PLCTAL NOTICE" TO CHICAGO
The onlv line running trains through
to t'hlcsgo WITHOUT CHANGE OF
Trains leave Cairo at 12:10 it. in., and
arrive in Chicago at 0:15p.m., 4 HO I" US
AND 4 5 MINUTES IN ADVANCE ol
any other morning train Irom Cairo.
; 1:10 p.m. train arrives' in: Chicago at
6:00 a.m.-17 HOURS IN ADVANCE
of the other line. , . . . ; A, .... .. . : . .
Two changes of cars and a MIDNIGHT
ARRIVAL Iu Chicago AVOIDED by
taking the old KKSPONSIBI.E Illinois
Advertisement ot competing lines
tiiat they make belter time than this one,
are issued either through Ignorauce or
a tlcire to mislead the public,
For through tickets aud inlormation,
apply at the Illinois Central R. It. depot,
Cairo. JAMES JOHNSON.
3-23 0. GeuT. Southern Agt.
The annual meeting? of the stockhold
ers ol the Cairo City Gas company lor
the election of a board of directors, will
be held at the office ol the Cairo City
Gas company, in tbe city of Cairo, at 10
a. m. Monday, the 1st day o! April, 178.
II. T. Gkroli.i, Secretary.
March 2t:, lS7S.-ot
NEW INSURANCE AGENCY
HEM.st firm h.
Office at Alexander Co. Bank,
Rinks written in first class Companies
At lair rates. See advertisement.
3-S-loi . .
I.eute fiiirman i l.nnuilr.v.
Mis. I.eltie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth idrect, between wh
injUiu and Commercial avenues, and takes
this method ot informing her old triends
and patron that she la?ain at their ser
vice, and solicit thair patronage. Mie has
reduced prices to suit tho time.
Notice Is hereby given that the co-part
nership heretofore existing between the
undermined, under the firm name of "Stu
art Si O bolion.' li.n this day.becn dissolved
by mutual i-oiikhH, the said (iholscn tHklng
tbe iisst-ts and itsriiming the debt of said
linn. ClIAS. It. Slt'AKT.
W. K. (1HOLSON.
Cairo. 111. March, 4. 18"8.
Having this day pureliascd Mr Stuart's
interest in tbe above firm, It properly, a
sets and good will, I take pleasure in an
nouncing th&U shall continue the business
at the old stand; where grateful to my
friends and the public generally for pant
favors and patronage, I respectfully ask a
eontluance of such lavors and patronage.
W. K. Gholhox.
l airo 111 March 4. isTi. d-lm
' ' Home AaaiM."
Kd. Braxton has returned to hi old
3lan.il in the Reiser building, Whoie ho is
jettcr prepared "than ever, to ;accom uio-
Jate hia patfons and tlie .pubHo who.
may favor hlJ with a calli.felle ha.s gone"
to considerable expense In fitting up a
oouple of nicely furnished rooms, which
ho has provided with all tho latest Im
provements awl oonvenlsne.' Us emi
ploys only first class workmen and those
who pntronie blm will have their wants
aUiwied-iS'itv stylei'joil- wilt-feTaw
.i M tAaVlMt?4
Suits ol three rooms, over baup's con-
lectlonwf . JSeltflle V hlTlcel r'Iot-b
. - r . a
huaaparlmcuu. - Apply to
l'.DWARD A. BUDBR,
Cor. s:h St. und Washington Aw.
SlOtfe'll SERVICJC MPPRA' ".
if (TATIOK., . . MWWMU. HlMOrrall
'.IN w. IK. rr. m.
Cairo- aa 7
Cincinnati.. ........m.... .1 17 ' 7 1 I 5
)evennou.M... .,.. i $ X i
Pltubura. .,..... i X 2
Loulevllle-MMn o M a
Evaiiavillci. ...... .
KeOkUk. M. MM. .... . ... A ft mm 12
m. Louia...- 14 4
JAMES M. WATSON,
Scrceaat 8'inal Service. U. 8. A
The rivers are falling fast and boats will
be grounding between St. Louts sad this
port before they know It. The channel
has not cut and there Is leas than eight feet
at many places.
In spite or dull timos freight as em to
move rather freely. Tlis Mollis Moore
filled out here, and the liells 6hreveport
after adding liberally, left with engage
ment for ail sbe wanted below here.
Tbe Gold Duat arrived with about 400
tons ot freight, sad mads additions hers
T;Th Jim Fistc for Paducsh and the City
ol Vicksburg for Vicksburg, are due to
dy. Tbe Grand Lake was to arrive Irom the
Oblo last nigbt with 3 barges loaded with
freight, aa3 they are to go forward in the
tow of the Future City due to day from St.
Louli. - It. is rumored that tbe Grand
Lake goos back to the Wabash with two
; The weather Is smoky again and a strong
The Thomas Sherlock pamcd to Cincin
nati yesterday with a good trip of freight,
and W0 cabin and U0 deck passenger.
I try salt meats, bacon sides, shoulders
and hams, tierce, barrel and bucket lard
all in good stock and for sale low at
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio Iovoe.
' i.arar ihami iir ! '
' On receipt of $ 1.50 I will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 500 times any
small object. A very u-elul and instruc
tive instrument, brass mounted and put
up in a neat case, warranted as recom
mended or the money refunded,
IU magnifying power is so great that
living objects etn be readily discovered
in a drop of w ater, aud for examining
small objects, all manner of Insects, the
texture ol cloths, &c, detecting foreign
matter in sagar. Hour mid other articles
of diet, lor detecting counteriieit money,
and s hundred other celui purposes.lt
will be found liivuluafilc-.
An endles source of auiiirfcmeiU foi
the coming; winter evenings. Sent by
mail on receipt of prion. ' - -:.
, . SEAVElt & CO.,
"ti Park Place, X. Y. City.
lan ia-ijwNHii:"' 1 ' "
i:ie tioai l,.
Orttce or Cut ( l kk,
(Aiao, III.. March iU, 1ST f
I'iililir notice i barehy given that on Tuesday
the letii dar of April, A.lJ.liTS, a general election
wdl be hell in the city ol Cairn. ftmtT( aImx
ander, state of Illinois, tor the election of one
alderman for the regiUar term from earn ot tbe
live uunli of the city.
For the purpose of mid election polls wiil be
opened at trie toliowiiig-nained places, viz.
in the First ward, at tire southern door of the
Arab l ire company 'a engine bouse ; in the Sec
ond Ward, at llietngine noiiiM-nf :he Rough and
Keady r'ire company t in tlie Third ward, at ihe
engine bouse or the Hibernian tire company ;in
tne rourin ward, at toe court nouto; in the r uin
ward, at the stoiv-bousa building of J arues Car
roll, on the northwest coiner of 1 wenty-rightb
strart and I oinmercial avenue.
s -til ciection polls will he open at eight o'clock
in the morning and continue open until serin
o ejors in tne uttrnoon orsaiu uuy.
tiy onier ol tne ntv council.
J h. rUILLIS, Ciiy Clerk.
Bank Nta lenient.
I.hruitT or riiK co.vimtion' or ihe
J.XCity .Nationsl Uank of Cairo, in the htatouf
llliuom. at tbe close ot busines, Miiruh
l -lli, lf7S :
I flans and disuounts .'Ik .-stiw 4
I . a. bondk Iu secure circnlatioti 7n,(- i m
U.S. bonds on hand - 11, W )
Other stocks, liouds ami morigngei... 'i. l
Due; from approved re
serve agents S HS.Sli '
Due from other iutlon.il
banka '-'.!, T'.'T W
flue from slate tanks and
bankers l.lsfl fis 'i ,:..- uu
Koal estate, furniture and llMurcs.. ;lo,(cj.' 40
Ciirr nt expenses and taxes pjid a .r t ! 4
I'rrmluum eaid I do M
Checks and other ensh
tctt.H i 4.;l t
Bills ofolher bank '1 OCS W
Fractional rtirrency, tn-
rliidiac nickels ls Si
pn-le. inrluilinir gold
Ijmsurv rertilli-atos n..n 5o
lgj tender notes I;i,n) uo i;,i )1 -.'
llednuiitlon imiilwiihl': S. trena-
tirer (6 itr cent of i-.ir. uUiioiO 3. 1 Ml M
Due from U. S. Irtaurcr, ntln-r than
j p rcent. redctnplton fund .i,3'J'
Cail'al stock paid iu. w sjro,ss' is)
SuriiliiH fund , -.', ii" i ini
rndivitHd profits ... 4onn 31
National bank not- I'liiHl.tieiiiig ... iiil.ixs) uo
Individual deposit. - it' jrei
to check - f.'iii.t.'.J 41
Due to other natioiul
banks S.0.V, IT
Due to state bank si.'! han
ker .1J,"s.i trt -.'M.ili 1
Total - sSJ.sla M
Alexander Co , I
I, W. Ilvslou, cashier of the alive-nainetl hank.
do snlemtily Kwear that the aiijve stati-nient t
tt no to the best of myjinnvrledgu and In-lief.
. niniAJi , tvusnti.-r.
Suli;r bed and sw orn to hclure me this -i-ith
darui'March, IsTS. H. II . C.W'DKK,
. ... - Notsry I ul'lic.
Corrcot Allest :
It. L. II AI.I.IDA Y, ")
Ii. I. WILUAMSOX. Dlreclow. . .
II It. CL J.MNGHAM. j
AOMIN ISTIt ATOIV8 Nl) TICK.
Kstate ot Margartt Cameron, Deceased.
Tbe undorslirned. having been appointed
Administrator of th Eatato of Jlargaret
Cameron, late of the County of Alt-gander
and State ot Illinois, deceased, hereby give
notice tint ha will appear before tbe
County Court ot Alexander County, at the
Court House In Cairo, at the April Term,
on the 3rd Monday in April next, at wbieb
time all pursons bavins; claims against said
Kstate are notified aud requested to attend
for ihe purpose of having the same a-1 just
d. All person Indobted to aaid Kstate
ate retjuested to itisko Immediate payment
ta the iiadcralpned.
L listed this ii.iii .isy ol Keb., A. I. lk7ct.
VM. IhiU'KN. Aduilntstrator.
NOTICK OK Fl K A I ' B RTT1.EM KNT '.
MUlruf Illinois, Alexander county, as, Kstsle
in aainea as. nil, uertv-tst,
Nutice is hereby glfen that on Monday, the l.'th
dsyof April, A.U. in, the undersigned e.v
catot' of said estate wilt present to tbe
cuunry court of rsM Alexwilat eoouty, at the
courthouse In Cairo, liUnoia, at a term thereof
UVn to be holden.thaar taal raaaf UMireanaand
dolnga aa exectiiors, and
ask tha enurt In ha
from any and ill further dntlee snd
ires anattvsxMSV With, aaad -MUka, aoj
lio Uiatsatt, m wascx usm ana
a acelleatloa If
resist suott applloatloa if
Cafre, tua Nsteh . 1TI.
Old Father Time
A NUMBER ONE RELIABLE CLOCK FOR $3.
OWtNU TO DULL TIMES AXD GREAT'S nRIXKAtJH IN VAMJE, W ; neri w
reduce the price of our rhlrty Hoar Htooa-WliKlinV Oloe-U t TilHEK DOUARa."
cut to any ildrc in the United Slate by exprete free of el p the Brt;baar-raell an ,vr .
Clock warranted for two year. Tbia otfer enly renuiae good for nxty daya from the date of thle f,'.
per- Thcae Clock a are nut own manufacture, hiow ia tha lime to aeture a gocd Cloik for Jroo f
Note Thane Inatrictiona. Ctock en b rctunwd and money will k refunded If DMirWm
lot Mtiafiwl. Cilve full name, poaf ofrice, county
gooda exclualvely by expreae. The aaJet way to aend mo.vy i by poit ollli ordtr or mrnkn t ,.
letter. The poet office department deliver no reirjstered iettcraor money on money order loent t:,,t
reanoniibl parliea, conicquemly thia would be tbe utcst war of ordering our clocka. Sedteet 4
WriEBtUi. Orrin M. Ilrainard. of the county
of Alexander, in the state of lllinoi, did, on th
IWtb of September, A, 1. Io77, execute and de
liver to V. (J, Pallor A Co. a chattel mortgage,
wnicn ia recordrij In tha rcorder'a oince.ot Uie
county of Alexander, atate of lllinoin, In book
"C or chattel raortftagea, on pan 310, thereby
conreylng to the eaid c. O. 1'atier A Co. tha
followmt d-soribed and chattels to-wit:
Two nlanere. two lcaverini; inacbincs, tucether
with belta for rnnui&ir amne. one ataLionarr
eigrinaand boiler, etc., to aecare the payment of
a ceruin promiaaory note mentionetl in e-id
cuailel mortiat;e, aimoefuult bating been made
in Uie payment or taid note, and in tne perlonn
ance of certain other of laid conditions of aaid
Now, therefore, notice ia hereby given that the
undersigned of aaid mongege, by virtue of the
terms and comlitUJna ol said inortgaKe, will,
Uo Ui2lttt Kayef April, A. U.ttlH,
at K o'clock In the forenoon of aaid day, at the
court bouse. In the county and state aforesaid,
soli at puolio auction te tbe higbeat Mid keel bid
der lor cash, all of the aforesaid gooda and
Dated this 2tt day ofMari-h, A . V. 1ST.'
C. O. PAT it K A CO..
32 3t Aloitgagcea.
Kstate of A. B. KafTord, deceased.
The umlcrsigncd having been appointed execu
trixofthe Inst will and testament nt A. It. iSat-
ford, late of the county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, Ueceaieu, Hereby gives notice that she
will appear before tbe County court of Alexan
der county, at the court hoiue, in Cuiro, at the
May term, on the third Monday in May next, at
which time all persona having claims againet
aaid estate are notified and requested to ettmid for
tbe purpose of baring the same adlu.ted. All
parsons indebted to said estate are reijtieated to
maae lmmeaiiitr payment to tne unuersigneu.
Dated this lsth day of March, A. 1. , 17.
AXXA K. AKFORI,
- 321 WCt Executrix,
- .t e-n'-1,
Cify Kat'otial li.mk ll';il.lin, np.stuirs.
lie Ohteit F.ialilishrd Agency 1:1 Soutlxr
Illinois, and rtpresentirij; ov.-r
85 OOO OOO
J. D; DSANE, Prop'r
IaU of Ui4 St. Ciiarles.
RAXES: 82.00 PER DAY
CAIEO & ST. LOTJI3 It. U
SHORTEST SHOrtT LIME
f ltlK irons by this raad cnnnun r t St. Louis
L and Kast St. ls.iis, with all t trior lines to
the North, I'.asS nml West.
1IMK HCHKMJI.K .
Through Kx.iv l.eunn Cairo :4." u.m
" " Arrive V,. St louis i i p.m
Murjihysbiiro Acconiiiioilation I eaves
Jlurpbyslioro Accomodauim snires at
Murpnj')oro i ;(Sip.m
Througn F.xprrss Javea K. t. I, uis ts:l"a,m
" " Arrives at Cairo j.l'i p.m
Slnrphyshoro Accoramoilation Leaves
iMurplilxiro. S;.". a. in
Murphyhoro Acconiniodatiou arrives
at t airo hi 12 .Up. in
W KMEMBER Th? Cuiro snd St. Iiilis
ady U.K. Ti the u.M.V ALL liAII. Iti.U TE be
twecn I Rim and St. l.ouls under one man
asment : therefore there are no delays nt way
stations awaiting connection IVoiu other lines.
rauseaircrs (ioilii: N'-rlh. Northeast an-t Wi-st
shoilhl not buy thir tlcxft until tttey lure ex
amined our nil's nnd routes
t. M. .IdUN.SOV. tlen'l MsTiagrr.
11. .1. F1NX, tveneral Agent, Cairo, 111.
13. X IA.H.IC33ir. I
AOKXT FOIt TIIK
Bloomingtoa Papor j
and Bag Co.,
Printed Wrasi:iii2 Paper, I
Butter Trays, &c , j
FOU SAI.K AT MAXI FACTCKIKS 1'UlCKS. j
So. I2H omnierclnl Avenue. !
zm puvoeisss, i
VANILLA. LEXOS, l(7-.
f Flavoring Ice Cre&n, Cakes k Pastrji
"VT'ttL trtcat care, by a new rrocess, wi
Ktract irom the trut, select Fruits and
Anwnatirii, each chriractcristic flar ant
produce Flavoring, of rar mttunea
Of great ttrtneth and perftct punty.
So poisonou tilt. JSverg Mter as rc
rntnttd. No tteceit-ttuh bettu j-U
iHtasurt, holding tat-half men than
thtrt purporting to hold tame p-L9
V thtm onet, Kill use other, uu
a ot( delieatt.dtlicioutfiatort tier matt.
Do superior to tlie cheap extracts. Asl
liar Dr. Price's Special Flavorins. llao
aiacturrd only bj y
, BtlHuIi t TOOK s. j-.---.-
DeDol. CHICAGO aad if. DO CIS
U Mumfaeturtrttf Dr. Pritt't Vr,
a.ir-ih- k .VIBfa re-.-sry!f . T.sff
XII Or EC X?ZXOXJaL
. i i Ik
Caught at Last 1
Iteaoaneareai wprrea omul aa waieat ti.i
A CO., Clock .Manufacturers, CinnaU, Ohio.
paints, Oils, Varnishes'.
X1H.XJS&XZ aa, " ' ";
iVall Taper, Vindovr Olsss, Wirf
dow Shades, &o.
Always on band, the rclrlirated illiiu,itisll.
Corner Eleventh Ptrent aftii Vfaatif " '
ton Avantie ' '
ih.rrn.' "t 13.r Ixxn
CORES CIS EASfS OT TtCx ' -J ,
THROAT, IUNGS.IIVER ft BLOOli
In the wonderful medicine tn trhieh llte iticl
ed are aliove diree.teH for relief, the diwovorof
belicres he hascombtnod in harmony more ol
Nitiirc's soveieign enrntivo vreTties, whle
(.o-l bns iii't.lleil into the T.-gr-tahle ItingVut
fur healing tlie sick, than were over betnre :
billed in one medicine. The ovldcnceof ihis fsi t
is found In tiio great variety of mc-u ohstinate
disease whir-It it lias rn-rn found to conqner. St
Uie euro of Broiicbltla, (Severe ConsrhH
and the enrly atageaot eJotianmptlon, it ht
n-tiiiiilieil tlie medical f.tculiv, and etnlnei I
phvsk'iana pninouiico It the preate t jncliei 1
ilicovurv of Uie nu-e. Whito it onre th severe
est Cotigiia, itsireiigtltens ihe srstcra and pnrl
fie the Mood, llv its (,re.it and Ihorntulf
Lilood-puiilvlug propi-rtle. it cures all ttn-i
morn, froTii the woit Mr rof it la toacrrmmmi
u. I'iHiple.or liraptloo. aii-rearisi
iliM-jLc, Aiiitnrai i'onoin, nrul their effenU, sr-(
crndivaUsl. aad vicxirou hetillh and a snswl
constitution strtalilisln-.l. fc'ryafpelaa, SkH
rheum, rover iores. seal) or Kougtt
Siklikfiu hurt.ail xtut ntiiuBroutlatuacntsc I
by b.U bi.xi, ave conquenni by (hi itowarhii,'
p-.tiifying, .ind invgot-ajna; medicine, m I
It you reel dull, lwr, 1nliillrarr. bareaal)
low color ot 6km, or yellowi-h brawn spots oiS ,
butt or body, lrcitiCi'.i lieaii.'urhe or 'lirjinestj
b:ul taste ia inouui, lnkrnal boat or chills altar ',
ruued n iili bus ilubhcs, low spuija, and jlfl)mTl
(o:ct.itiiiP. iri-egular npputitn, and tongmi
couu-il. voiiitrosiifrtn-iiiaTfrntuTorplsl I.lverj
or " Kllioasnesw.' In maiiv ciues .
"I.Ivor (.'omplniiit " only part of tbos
sviuptnma nre experienced. As a remedy M
l'il Mii-'ll cam Dr. Fierec's ilnitlen Mniiral t1J
Mvery has no ettnitl, aa it effrtrts werfeev fluragJ
le.r. ir.,, ui liver slroogihc-iied and bcalihy, T
SOLD BY DSUGGI3TS AT $1 PER BOTTlf. '-
Prepared bv IS. V.' PirBCC. W. tU Mai '
Pronrintr, m uu Woat.os I'lhl-SNSABTJ
BttCtlo, N. V. .1
- . . . . - .U'l ,
617 St. diaries street, St. Louis, MOr
A Tpilr fr4otf r llxl rsntr. ks ajsatosisr
la ta, jeial usuuuil ef ail Venenl, Ssroai -aad
C&rouio tnaeaaaa Uua aaT sikar fsjxkuttat..
La-os. as eity pipers aa. wt sa4 .11 elA raearata kaov. '
Syphilis, Gonorrhca-a, Gleet, Stnctvi-e, Or-,
ehitis. Hernia, or Rupture, all Urinary OiM
and Syphiirtio or snercarisl tSaetiena of the.
threat, akin or tvnsa, srs trastai with saeaiiW
sueetM. ea lautt sncauna prraetrS SatW i rrtsawT. .
permaiorrncga, eexuai ueoony . 1
nr.. a. ihamalkor B.I.abaMln veaea. assist
ta fflsiarar resrs, or ethsr shim, aoa m-aiek srsaeaa fasai
of lbs fb.lowLai effcots: Derroasasa. aecsisal slaalKj
dabtuty, dinans ct Hs, aofatUra marr, simples asj an
of Idesa, leas of s'riusl power, am.. rndu marTlaf-a
iss ;ii nlsuas so UM atana, aa la scale aa
fort peatart aiaraiM. Coueataitoa at eOo ar
.ira 11 luwjn ai.it. ' - - - 7; r
aaOKloas oSloy "r all eraree jrra. "r-,
- -a aiel jsraatpcil. nert -toaks as ! Is "Ioy.,?,;
OBcs k0M!Si.a.tIl-.M. Bia4ajt,i.ar.lS4
PsmplJst, to eey atldrais, foe Twe
W A Ti Alt SOons ir.sani r ,-
.-a ... MM.
Sent aaaUed, all three, for 90 1
Manhood and Womarraood
aa. a. i J au. snrinaniai.
KOilNtllit nil t-arrja, lur aars w-T a ..
lOQSthar, liluatraHd, IS Cants.
MARRIAGE i a8&
Meeant cloth and rlltb-adintf.
n. tnr oa.l.rful aat, siauna. ru Sa Uai Sfiaasaaai
Ida foUraia, tatysi J aa may sarrr, J"
1-rocarasaw marry. Wtotauryesijlaahajl w"swuj
aoooTrUjalcal daaaw taa trjeass et abbacy "JJJJ'
n-w . j . it a. hmwwlaaas eaaf a, laarala I
The rnyiioUicr c
toe ooLlemelailoa aaarrlaaa alwali raafl sv
in , il it i it. f fnan aair
moral eooTlotaw, It s sa im ar ai. -.j --i
taea locked up.a llt ansmil or loaltt U
It ri-it.ir.i Uxoriracaot maaaal lltsj
i aurl la aa .m-.a pfa.Uas.aa" J
a.' ,m. .aa ui airs tt a aarafai aariaal, tea Usui ! c
Itaoosta. v - ssosar- ' ' ,:
'pcuKWra. au u sliew.fcotrsBSf T.!,rJ
Seenntabyniia. CbeapaW ,oJ mtaa ta aas""
siOtr a4irtss, srislostaf astaaat,
DH. WHITTIER, .
617 St. Charlaa atMet.8U Loul. Wt
617 St. Charles Street,
Treats all forms of Veneral Diseases, Semi.
t.-:;.,.. ....1 tc,inl Hebilitv. Wltnl
Hilt AjllllMtlUlt. " - . y
unparalleled success. No matter who faded,
call or write; tumpnirt orconsuiiauvM...---Can
refr to tlie medical profusion n a.
l)irt9 of the Country. . ...
'ill ii 1.A
fl Seeds! Plants! a
Vlmplements, Fertilirv etai
laasj.falh oa rsjcstptj
n,tmiinn3 1 aasrsira saw -
OlWcenia, - - . - .