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Th knights of tn above order meet
11 tneir naui im oni un worn
month. Coounierolal avenue, M floor
nutit a! IUiIi tM alll n m
ii.Hiklikll UtDUS. NO. tu
a" In, Impendent Onbar of Odd-Ful-.
JF lows, meets very Thursday Bight
"' half-pasi seven, In ttxur hall oa
iiiiuercui avenue, netween nixin mm rju
Z LAIUtllUOUK. NO.XsT.A.r. A. M.
"i Hold regular eowiDiiB .ration taU
soul. Hull, ounirr Cotitfuwclai avwrna
' ' and Kkghth alrwt, on Mir aenobd ltd
uoilb Monday of nM-.ii mouUi.
, t I Lf ( . VLT . UDUVlif 1 n A w
viu Odd-Fellow 1UI1 oi lb (hat and third
1 ia-aiy id every niuntri, m oarx-paM seven
f y j . 1 1 ,
Knlghta of I'ythlss, meets every Fri
day night at half-past seven, in Odd-
rejiowi- nan. - nowii
iIKO BUSINESS HOUSES.
al. A tif Ixmlnem arm ran haw three Ilnea
race, in Iliin column uoiler appropriate beadia;
urn-tale 01 II, n per month or (Uftlir
kianif o,iiru-riy in advance.
Hardware, NtiteM u Tla War.
. Ull I LV fl Dli.m. Tin nit H.hI
tare, i.aidrn and Farmers' Implements, VVhn
.. . i, i, . . U.,....-. -n.l llLlaM.
1.'. ( ..jiimcrc.Ul Avenue. OutteTlng, and Job
nor dun on snort neu-.
I. N.MitiAHKY IeJerlnhard and soflliun
wr, (louring, neiiing, siding end surfaced
.uniber. lain ana shingles, unit ana yarn
urner T wratlnh atreet and Washington eniie
0. HAKTMAN Laalerin Queetuware, Toys,
Lamps and all klnda of fancy urticln. Commer-
yal avenue, corner in airec,.
WILLIAM VTINTEH Sixth atreet between
.miincTclalavenue ana w isnwgwn avenue.
Clothiae nt Mert-hant rallarlna;.
JOHN A.STKIM -Merchant Tailor and dealer
la Kdy Madelothmg. 7i0hlo Levee.
Heal kmale Ageaelea.
M. J. HOWLET Heal Katata Agent. Bur
,nd telle real eaUCe, eollecU renu. pay tazaa
tor non-it-el'leuta.etc. Comtnerclal avenue, be
wwn Ninth and Tenth atreeta.
4 oimnlulna Merfbanla.
t.otion and Tobaooo Factor and pro
bhctnr of the farmer' Tobacco Warehoute.
IMA I.T (.'mmriierclal Avenue
Pokltlvel; the Reat
Dr. Morrm' Syrup ul Tr, Wild Cht-rry
and HnrehuunJ In the very btst eon
potiwl rvpr prfpfreJ, a(lvertiMd. or aold
by any peT-on. or under any nam whst.
ever, lur Oic immediaif Dlpf ami pv(
warn-ill cure of roii,li, colds, croup,
whooping cotixli. broiii'lntm, asthma,
and all dMeoxf of s rnnniiuplivr- type.
It will thoroughly t-radlcate th-ft alarro
111K r.riiiptomi in oneliall the time re
qulivil to do ar by any other mr-diclne. It
li purely vegetable, and contain not a
partli!'- fil opium or other dancerftui
druir. It nevttr fulls. Kvery bottle
irnarantld to pcrlomi exactly a repre
(entei). Solu by
tUHCLiT Bros., Cairo, Ills.,
AImi agents lor Trot. I'arkpr l'leaaanl
Worm Syrup, which la dure 'death to
wortiiH. Pleaeanl to take aud rcquircn
do pbyilo. Price 25 oenU. Try It.
Ax iliHToHtciL Fact. Kvery afent
who hiiN been steadily n-lllnjr (ne Im
proved J JO Ilorapsiead 8ewlng Machine
lor (brew year,owui bin dwelling houae
bat a Kood account In bank, U clear ol
debt, and hua tnoncy at inU'reot, the na
tural consequence o tecurin; a jrood
aen:y tururrior good at the lowest
price. A Rood ilr!tclaat Sewing Ma
chine, ruor iiM-ltil reliable al all
tirat. easy to understand and control,
the oaim- ie uml dot the aame work
a any machineH that aelli at four time
tbe price. There N no mai-Ulnc at any
price tn-lti-r, or that will do tinrr or more
work, and certainly none o low In priM
by many ilollur. The Hooioktt-ad is
widely known and ui-d in thouKanda of
imniiien In the eastern and middle urnrea,
and daily becoming popular In the west.
It will -ave ttcot ceveral time over In
one aeaon, duinjr the work of thtrlamlly,
or will earn lour or live dollar 1 day
lor any man or woman who sews for a
living. It U the afronncKt machine
iiiHde, i ready at all time to do work
uiakcH the Hlrnnjrcat and tJni'St atlicb yet
invented, and in tnlly acknowledged m
the Standard Family Sowing machine.
Price, complete lor domestic use. Res
ditoed '0 only $20, delivered at vnurdoor,
no matter how remote you raav reside.
Buinp- permanent anil honorable, with
more certain and rapid aalea, and larger
pro flu than any oilier. Kxtraordinary
liberal offer made to local or traveling
agent where we have none established;
or, If there Is 110 agent near you. aend
your order direct to the) factory. Ad
dress .lobn II. Kendall A Co., 421 Broad
way. New York. 3sl5-13m.
II owe Aa-aia.
Kd. Braxton has returned to hia old
Maud in the Reiner building, where be la
;etu?r prepared than ever to accoramo
date his patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. Ue has gone
to considerable expense In fitting' up a
Kiuplc of nicely furnished rooms, which
he hat provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only tlrst class workmen and those
who putroiilze him will have their want
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. '.'
' Taxpnjrr, Attention I
Notice Is hereby given to all person
who have not yet paid their taxes
that, under Instruction of tbe auditor of
state, I am compelled to publUh tbe de
linquent tax list in order to take judge
ment at the May term of tbe probate
court, and that In order to do this tbe
copy will be placed In the hands of the
printer on the 10th day ol April. After
that date costs will be added. Pay vour
taxes and save costs. , Pktkh Saup,
March 20, lt78. Collector.
WOOD j& COAL.
On and alter ibis data our prices will b
as follow t
4 loot, by.tba cord, H x5.
1 cord wood, sswed, t Sft.
1 swsd and split, $4 60.
8lBtla loads, 1160,
CO Ah. "
1 Ton, til 00. ' '
8 Tons, 96 60. -
b Ton-, or more, ti Hi (r ton.
1 Ton, 93 76.
9 Tons, 6 J5."
6 Toas, or mora, 1 00 par ton.
'.'v ' My 0, w. W imn 30.
Mara. II, IITJ. . MMa
SATURDAY, Maroh 30, 1878.
Wa art auihorlMil to anoounna K. I. PA VIS a
a candidal lor A Merman from the aecona
a rd. Klectlou to i piu Tuetday, April
-We hear that Mr. .1. W. .Siron
returned to this city.
Five cents will buy an "Infant" of
superior quality at Meory Mchick1.
Just received at tbe
Oyster soup lunch at Harry W alker'i
Crystal saloon every t veiling at 6
Mr. anil Mrs. Mackle have, gone lo
Anna where they will remain for a short
( liolie peaebblow and early
potatoes at '26 cents per bushel.
3 24-1 w. Aldrn, GRivaa 4('o.
-Go to Pettis
A Bird's for eggs
Potatoes, per bushel,
twelve dozen, $1.
Kor Butter, b-gs,
Applea, etc., call at
if. LIOHTON .
No. 04 Ohio levee.
For the best five cent cifar In town
go to Henry Schick's and gel the "In-.
lant." 3.22-1 w
Flour, meal, corn, oats, hay, bran.
nutter, eggs, fie', fv . .
3-24-1 w. 1 Aldbk, Uravkh A Co.
'Fior de Alma'' teu cent
cigar store of Henry
cigar, at tbe
Tbe finest honey jou ever saw at 15
cents per pound.
3-24-1 w. Aldkn. Graves A (Jo.
Tbe County Democratic-
will meet al 2 o'clock this afternoon. Let
Democrat! remember this ud ;be present
Henry Schick has Ibe celebrated rive-
cent "lnlani ' cigar. Pure Havana filler
with Connecticut wrapper. lw
The "Klorde Alma" Is a superior ten
cent cigar for sale by Henry Schick, near
the corner ol Ninth street, on Commer
cial avenue. 3-22-1 w
Don't lorget the free oyster soap at
9 o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial ave
-Query : "Why will men smoke com
njon tobacco when tbey cn by Mar
burg Bros. 'Seal ol North Carolina' at
the same price V 16-3-tl.
-Mr. Robert; McClure, nlgbt ticket
agent at the Illinois Central railroad, has
another to-day In Lis family since day
before yesterday at 4 o'clock, a.m.
Found, laal evening, in Temperance
ball, a small package of silk. The owner
can have the same by calling at E. C.
Ford's bracket store. It
Mr. F. Kcrstneyer is luct in receipt
of a very lare and select U of Key
West and imported cigars, to which he
calls the special attention ol smokers.
-lu tbe show window of Phil. Saup
may be seen a candy boute of Mr. Saup's
own make. I tie house Joes eredlt to
Mr. Saup at conlectloner sn l artist.
I would reHpectlully announce to the
public in general that 1 have received a set
of new chairs that are not to be surpass
ed for beauty and comlort anywhere, and
therefore respectfully Invite all those
wishing to be suited in the best ol style
to call and see lor themselves.
3t Wu. Alba.
Hon. I'. B. H. Plchback spent an hour
in tbe city I net nlgbt. Be came to town
by tbe Miaslaaippl Central railroad, and
was on bin way to Chicago where he has
an Dgment to deliver an address. He
promised to lecture in Cairo on bis return
trip to New Orleans. W bile here ha spent
Uli time in conversation with Judge Bird
and other colored men.
-A difficulty between two boys oc
curred yesterday noon at tbe corner of
Klgbteenth and Poplar streets, which
may have serious consequences. One of
the Doys engaged in tbe Dgbt was hit
over the bead with an axe-handle, and
his skull broken. Whether arrests were
made or not we have not learned.
The ralUe lr the looking-glass, men
tioned In the Bulletin some time ago,
cornea oil' at tho city brewery to-night.
All tlioe holding chalices are invlted'to
be present . Tbe mirror Is a tine one and
the lucky man who wins It will l.ave at
least the worth ot fifty dollars. Don't
forget that the raffle cornea, ol! to-night.
. Mrs. S.' Williamson has, returned
from laying in hbr spring stook of no,
tlona and millinery, and she can say
without tear ol contradiction, thai her
stock throughout U tbe finest and largest
ever brought to Cairo. She is carrying
a lull line of fancy (ewelry and an as
Bortment of notions, and only ask the
public to call alfd examine her goods and
prices and be convinced that she can
compete successfully with all others In
these goods. She will not have a "grand
opening," but on Thursday will be ready
to exhibit goods to all who may call.
- ' ' , 3.24-St
Mr. Henry Hasenjager, Ohio Leyee,
bctwee i Beooud and Fourth streetr, has
placed In front of his popular saloon aud
restaurant a neatly executed and very
attractive sign. Among other consplcu
ous articles named thereon, In which' he
deals, Is Oounoh 4s Wlndlsch's unequaled
Cincinnati beer. At tbls pleasure resort
will be found the finest wines, wblskle
ale and cigars Ifl tbv city . flu character
latlo courteousnesa a a vender ol the
same and other Irresistible Inducements
held out by btnr make tbe assertion that
anybody dealing with blm geta for their
ant? 1 twofold rala undlvpnUbtf
, iTt '., .1 .(;.iJ
" c yr:j'ji....-LZ
Tht partx, of ladies and go
tlemen wbo' went to Anna daybarore
yesterday and aang there tor tbe benefit
ol the Presbyterian church returned yes
terday morning. Tbey were greeted in
LAnna by a very fair audience. , and.
through tbe effort of tbe people there,
rtbeir short stay was made exceedingly
pleasant. Mr, W.H. Morrla lung severa!
idngs, anfonf which traa. 'O my, she
looks so shy, with a big policeman stand
log by." He sang this as be sings
everything, exceedingly well, and was
stivers! times encored; Mrs.J.M. Lausden,
m lla Robblns, Miss Llla Morris,
Mf Carrie Ungles, Miss Emma ut
min, Miss Kate Mackle Mua Lou rTal
bridge and Miss Ada Halliday are the
names ol tbe young ladles who com
posed the party, and the following are the
names ot the gentlemen : ry. H, Morns,
John Alatborpe, Herbert Mackle, John
Madkle. Henry Rupert, Thomas Morgan,
II. If. Mllburoe and J, H. Rubertoon. '
' i- '
TBE REFORM CLUB.
MMltoc 11 ikdi-i ra
m J . laacare, Baa. Sea. a., apcar
aaa Maaseir Ward-A BIT At land
The regular weekly meeting 01 the
CAIRO TEMPERANCE REFORM CLUB
took place in the ball of the club rooms
last nlvht, and was one ot the most en-,
tbuslastlc held for weeks. Tbe attend
ance was exceedingly large, tbe crowd
being eatimatwl at between six and seven
hundred. Speeches were made by Hon.
Matt, Inscore ot Anua, Hon. George L.
Spears ol Bemeut,aud Hon. Mesacr Wa rd
pleading lawyer of Charleston, Mo. Tbe
announcement that these gentlemen
would be present had much to do with
drawing out so great a crowd of people.
, . MR. IN9COBB .
wa the first sneaker. His address was
one ol tbe beet, most. temperate In tone,
practical and eflectlve delivered here
since the inauguration ol tbe temperance
movement. As in all other matters, Mr.
luscore takes a practical and commons
sense view 01 .the , temper.
ance question. He is neither
a biggot nor a fanatic, and bis address
laxt night wa full of sound argument
and profitable suggestions. Mr. Inscore
was followed by
BON. GEO. L. SPEARS
ol Bement, 111., in an able and eloquent
address, at the conclusion of which
HON. MES8ER WARD
of Charleston, was introduced and made
a brief but appropriate speech.
The glee club sang several selections,
and then tbe "books were opened." and
those who desired to sign tbe pledge
were Invited to come forward. Fitteen
new names were added to tbe roll, and
then after some more singing by the
glee club, the meeting adjourned.
Mhebayaaa Water, Ale, Heer, rider,
Xf laaral aad Bad Water.
Mr. Andrew Lobr hae constantly on
hand Ireah receipt of the famous She
boygan water, and he is now ready to
fill orders for any quantity, either bot
tled, iu kegaor by the jug, . This water
is celebrated for its efficacy in curing
piles, constipation, dyspepsia, headache,
and diseases of tbe stomach and liver.
It is pleasant to the taste, and turj to do
good to thoc who take it. Mr. Lohr is
also prepared to supply families with
ale, lieer, or cider, put up in bottlea or by
the quantity, as may be desired. Also
soda and mineral waters In bottles.
Goods delivered In any part of the city
without extra charge. 3-3-1 m.
I'lieiollowing are the letters remaining
uncalled for in the postofflce In Cairo,
III., Saturday, March 30, 1878 :
Jane Brown, Anna Brown, Cells
Buchner, Daisey Brown, J J Brooks, W
Creaton, Flora Clay, Sarah Cameron,
Anna Culter, VTm Crelghton, Mattie
Dickerson, Kllen Davis, Annie Douglas,
Annie F Donelle. F F Gaskius. Clara
Guthrie, Amelia Hutchinson, C Hard-.
en, Hattle Harris, Caroline King, Kllaa
Kennedy, Sallie Rich, Louis Rose, Soph
Reed, Bridget Shannon, F A Wover,
A And-Tsou, Cbai Abart, Cuaa Arnold,
P H Adams, H Benbeimer, Henry Brad
shaw. James Berrone, Tbeo filedorn,
Wm Byerly, A J Clark, Jaa Coleman,
WruOope, .! C Diveus, Patrick Early,
C Few, L D Fillls, B Hannar, Daniel
Hickey, Frank Hefley, Geo Hendricks,
H Hardmltz, John Hayes, John Hoag,
J A HlckelH, J Harden, W F Kef gen, E
Ledere, Edward Louis, H 8 Lee,
Hannah Louis, J -Light, J W
Ie, T P Lovar, H F . Morgan.
John Millan. .las McHugh, Scott Mitchell,
W W Merrill, W Montgomery, J D
Parks, Jesso Pulley, John Pierce, J P
Russell, L Reaae, E Stringham, Edward
Smith, Hurburt Smith, 8 R Sargent, W
U Sparks, Wm Scully, Wm Thonstroup,
Mr. Taylor, H W Tagley, Isaac Trotter
Aug Von Unrlch, Geo -Wilton, Peter
Welgcng, It H Wilson.
Geo. W. McKkaio, P. M.
l.araer than Life I
On receipt of $1.60 1 will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnlty over fiOO times any
small object. A very, useful and instruc
tive Instrument, brass mounted and put
up In a neat case, warranted aa recom
mended or the mosey refunded, , '
t Its magnifying power ia ao great that
living pbjecu can be readify dlaxsorerid
ia i drop" ol water, and forexauilnlng
amaii omeow, an manner 01 insects, toe
tenure ol cloths, Ao., detecting foreign
matter In ingar. flour and oiher articles
of diet, lor' detecting eoaotetnaU- mottey,
and a hundred other uaelul purpose, It
will b found lnvaiuablc.
An eodleaa ioani tSummni ibr
tb tnV WefjtUng StaU -lf
mall ah raoalnt of nrlna. '
BXaVVKlt Vct; '
..- m ..!. an . w u. '
THH tTTQH BOHOOL.
Tat Laat Bay at Ik Haaraiaaitaa
THE CLOSING EXERCISES
In the examination of the high school
took place yesterday afternoon. Tbe
attendance was very large, every y( ol
available spnee In tbe large hall of tiia
high school being occupied. Theexer.
uisei opentu with a pUoo solo by Miis
PbUlii Howard, after which the D, V," B
and A claasea were examined, m follows
D cla Original senlimeuia by the
inemberi, and a spicy Jper. by Roy
A1rln 1 1
C clas Sentiments, original and se.
lected, by the members, and a paper by
B class Papers by Lizzie Wood and
A class An interesting paper by Wm.
Wright, Geo. Chr.stman, Anna Gold-
ttiue, Grace Arter, frank carl and
Arthur French; and original sentiments
by other members of tbe class.
Senior elasa Examination iu Meutal
Philosophy; with eaoay add Sele-it read
ma uaiuiiiMiuii ui incnr biiHn tim
listened to with the closest attention by
the large audience, and were followed
Sy select readings and recitations, in the
following order :
"Jack Daw Dreams," by Miss Edith
"MacitMU a Child," by Cora Stratton.
"The Lost, Heir." by Clara White.
"The Two Vagabonds,"by Katie Al-
Mtsa Motile Cavender read an interest
ing and well-written paper on the ex
aminations In the different departments
of the schools; and was followed with a
vocal duett by Miss Annie Riley and
Hattle McKee, and a piano solo by Miss
Some weeks ago ibe young men 01 the
high school organized a military com
pany, elected a lull complement 01 om
cers, aud have siuce been drilling regular
ly. Tue young ladies ot the school con
cluded to present the company with a
flag, and the presentation was tbe last
act on tbe programme yesterday after
noon. Miss Edith Oberly piesented the
flag to tbe company in a neat and ap
propriate speech, to which Will L.
Wright responded in a well-timed aud
pleasant, address. This proceeding,
though last on the programme, was not
the least interesting ol tbe day's exer
cises. PROP. ALt'ORD
addressed the audience with reference to
tbe schools, and gave some Interesting
tacts concerning the year's doings. He
said that there were sixty-five mem
bers of tbe high school who had
not been tardy during the
year, aud that tne iohow-
log pupil 1 bad been
NEITHER TARDY NOR ABSENT:
Max Black. Anna Goldstlne. Effle Close.
Rosa Gelds tine, Maggie Loflln, Lizzie
Wood, Florence and Lovenia Wootten,
Jessie Taylor, Mainte Taylor and n ill
Wrifht. The follnwiug pupils bavenot
TARDY IN TWO YKaRk:
Lovenia and Florence Wootten, Grace
Hawkins, Effle Close, Mamie Taylor
and Anna Gold-tine; and still better tbe
pupils below named, though most ol
them have been attending tbe school for
five and six year, have
NtVER BERN TARDY:
William Williamson, .lames Cannon,
Cora Stratum, Kate Alvord, Anna and
Rosa Goldstlne, Mamie Taylor, Maggie
Loflin, Carrie Hawkins, Mcllle Caven
der, Florence Wootten. Heme aioio and
Lizzie Wood. This Is certainly a good
showing aud speaks well, not alone tor
the pupils named, but for the school.
ALL IN ALL
our schools, in all department, arc In
excellent work in? order, and a long
stride forward has been made since the
last annual examination.
Apulas af Said la Plesarea af Silver.
A word fitly spoken Is like applea of
gold in pictures ol silver." When tbe
body becomes diseased, tbe mind Is
thereby necessarily influenced. National
wars, state dissensions, neighborhood
broils and family differences, are more
frequently than otherwise tbe result of
diseased and disordered constitutions,
When the body it suflerir.g, the mind,
acting In sympathy, will become Irritated
and perplexed. When the physical sys
tem Is In health, the mind perceives
things in their true light, and the disposi
tion assumes a very dinerent
phase. Nothing more directly tends to
destroy the happy, cheerful disposition
ot a woman, and render ner peevisn.
nervous, and fretful, than a constant en
durance ol uterine disorders. I'be dis
ease! peculiar to womau take away the
elasticity add bouyancy of health and re
duce her body and mind to a mere wreck.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a
real peacemaker In a family. , No woman
suffering Irom uterine disorders can af
lord to be without this remedy. Tbe
Favorite Prescription saves unnecessary
doctor billa, prevents divorces, wards off
suicides, brings back buovant, joyous
feelings, restores the woman to health,
and her tamilv to happiness. It is sold
by all druggists. '
W. The annual meeting of the stockhpld
n ot the 'Cairo City Q.a company for
tbe sleetlon of a board of directors, will
be held at the office ot the Cairo City
6a company, In the city of Cairo, at 10
a. m. Monday, the 1st day ol April, 1878.
h 'P. Oa-ftouLD. Secretary.
Tai ,. .
Keren no, ioio.m
.. HEW UHGRANCE AGENCY
U. 'WEUs- a-
OtSee at Alexd Co. Bank,
" lUaa'wrttlai'ln tnt olasa Cotapantea
f ; a
SIONAi 8BRVJCB REPORT.
low WAvaa. Bit or fall
rr. m. ft. J or.
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Davenport m ..
JAUES M WATSON,
Steal toil SirvUt, It. 8 A
l'be Jim r lk for Psducab, Idiewiio lor
Krsnsvule, Golden City for New Orleans,
Ben Franklin ana John B. Maude lorMsm
phis are cue to-day.
Tbe St- Louis 'Times' labecomlDg quits a
valuable river paper, and Is receiving a
large patronage from river men.
Tbe Future City and barges was detain
ed here wind bound until yesterday morn
Tbe Oakland and (irsybound with tow
of coal paiaed south yesterday.
The James Hobson brought fir bargss
of coal Irom Loulivllls for Blown, and rs
turned to Louisville.
Tbe Commonwealth arrived with a good
cargo and made liberal additions for tbe
Tbe City ot Helena also added liberally
and bas a good trip for Vinksburg.
Tbe C. B. church bas a good trip of peo
ple lor tbe Ohio.
Tbe Liberty No. 4 with empty bargss
passed to tbe Ohio.
Tbe Jno. L. Kboads passed to Pittaburg
with a fair eargj yesterday.
Tbe Hickory bas a load of hlokory and
Is towing a barge of tbe same for St. Louis.
Notice Is hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existing between the
Undersigned, under tbe Arm name of "Stu
art A Gbolson'bas this dsy been dissolved
by mutual consent, tbe said Gbolson taking
the assets and assuming the debts of said
tirm. Chas. R. Stuart.
W. E. Gholson.
Cairo, 111. March, 4, 1878.
Having this day purchased Mr Stuart's
Interest in tbe above Arm, iu property, as
set and good will, I take pleasure in an
nouncing that laball continue tbe business
at tbe old stand; where grateful to my
friends and the public generally for past
favors and patronage, I respectfully ask a
eontiuance of sucb lavors and patronage.
W. E. Gholson,
j Cairo 111 March 4. 1878. d-1m
A WuNDRSirLa, OlacaVKStT.
Aa Aetiala that Will ISah a gtaM mm4
tkettrar H -Karat Bcjolae.
Olalltheconi pounds winch tbe chemist's
an have x'ven to the world, for hundreda
ot vearn, for the purp-iee of restoring the
hair to it natural growth and color, not
out- liaa been perloct. Many of Hi bair
drossiii)jH in'tlie day are excellent, l.-ut the
(teal iiuw nf the slutl sold for promoting
the gmwth and bringing; back the original
uiir,are mere bum nii while not a few
are positively ernirioiia iu their ffsjt
upon the scalp and the structure of the
lair. All bair dyea are well known to
oliemiita as more or le poisonous, be
iwnv the oliHtiire in cwWa- la anlOoial, aud
due- nut depend upon a restoration of tbe
fnm-liona nf the .'.tlp Ui their natural
hutlth and vi-ror. I'he tailing out or the
Itxir, the an-nmitla'lons of dandrutf, and
the e!rnture en-miw in color, are
all eMilHiii ul h diwe.iaed uoiiditimi ot
tint s-.ili .nut i he iU.mIs vt liii h nourish
tuo lu,ir. Th arreat these causes the art
die u-ed must ins-.e- niAdli-al aa well a-t
i-lieinit-al virtue, and the change inusi
be 'in u inter the a-alp to be of n. "i iQcim
ami l.tstluif bene.it, an ariiolu baa
ilisci.vered, and like man v nlher
wonderful tlisivixeriaia It ia limnd to omi-
sist nt t-letiienw almost in their naiur.il
sfHie. I'urrolBiim oil la the article, which
is iniiilrt tu work atoh exiraor-luiurv r
suits-, lint it I alter the best retined rli
clo hrts been clieiuiiallv treated, and onui
p:etel .lo.ninri.-i, that it ia in proper
. .....liii.in for the t-itlt-U U was in far-n)
Unssia that the eile -isof petrolenui Uiou
tli-s hair Mcreurstutiservedi a i iovemmmit
fiili.-i-r lmvifii iiotit't-d tim; a ptrfially tiahl
beaded servant ol lik wnon lr itiutii 114
the laiup-i, h id a li.ibit of iu uu oil
besinPiiiej hands in his acuity hn'ks, an I
the re-ult was, in a few iiphiiUs, a tnueli
filler ti-ad or lilaok, Kloasy hair, than he
uvur i,;al liemrtlj I ne oil waa tried !
Ii ir-i and i-nttle liiiat had lost tbair hair
Iiuiii the cattle pl.txiie, and the resul,.
were aa rapid as they were nutrveloiw
Tho inane and even the tails of horses,
uiiti'li had fallen nut, were completely
restmed iu a lew week. These eipuri.
iiieuts were harahlwd tu the world, but
the knowlol'40 w is practicilly uselea
tu .be prematurely bald and gray,
a no one iu lite oivilizad aooifiv
iv mi id l.ileruia the usu of refined
jetrrdtfuiii as a dre-muir fur the hair. Bui
Mi- -kill of one of our chemists has over.
tf nue me dimcuitv, and nv a nroetut.1
n only to hi u wolf be has, arter very
i-liiihir.tie aud tviw'.ly experlnients, aiti
iViMtKl in de.loriji retined petrulouni,
n nn.'h renilni it atisceptible of beiu- ban
tiie I aa daintily aa the l' ioue iu dc.o
Ithii. Tlie ei'iei litienta with the deodor
ized liquid, on the human hair, were at.
lendnd with the nvxt astonishing reaulta,
A few applications, where the hair waathlo
and luiliiu, nave remarkable tone and vlg.
or to me aistlpand the hair, and the natural
iilov lieitan to appear alnnst from th
tirstappliiaition. Kvery particle of daudrul
diHappe.trson the lirsi or second dressing,
utid ilia liquid, so aearcliing in its uaturit,
eeeii is to penetrate to the root al mta
i.n I sit up a radical idianije from the start
It ia well known that tbe most heautllu
color are made from petroloum, and by
me mysterious operation of nature th
uko of this article gradually Imparts a
beautiful light brown oolor to the bair,
which, by continued use, deepena to s
lilwk. Tbe color remains ponnanunt for
an indefinite length of (hue, and the
change isao gradual that tbe mwt lull
mate friends can acaruoiy detect lie pr
eresa. in a wora, n is tne moat wonuer-
nil discovery of the aae. and well
calculated to make the prematurely held
and srav rejoice. Tue name Carno
line liaa been given to the article, and le
put up in a neat and attractive manner
and sold bv all dealers in Druirsand Modi.
cine. Price One Dollar a bottle.
Kennedy A Co.. Pittaburg, Pa., General
agenta for tbe United States and Canada.
vt e advise our reader to give it a trial!
feeling satisfied that one application will
ennvtnee Uiem of It wonderful eueota.
Mrs. Letrle Coleman has reopened bar
laundry on Fourth street, between wash
In ton and Commercial avenues, and takes
this method ol Informlag her old Irlends
and patrons that she Is again at their ser
vice, and solicits their patronage. She ha
reduced prices to suit the times. .
.", ret ... .
I ' Suits ol three rooms, oyer Saup's con
leoaoBery, ouitame lor ornoes orsicep
.... r ... KdwaIU1 a Budii,
' Cor. tt St. n4 WuklngUMi Are
v . i , ),. 1
X0"X7TT WiTIi BZCrXX XT.Zrmc3.
Old Father Time Caught at Last.
A NUMBER ONE EELIABliCLOCK FOR $3.
OWING TO PUrXTfMKS AND ORB AT SHRINK VGK iNt VAMIK'i w have dt,rm.ot .
redlir lh price of our riilrsy Hear Ntta-Wiadiaa; Olork U TIIKRK ll..A((S
cnt tsanyadilreuia the United Hialea hy eipreaa free ofe penaa to th purchaser tach a
Clock warranted for two year. TBI offer only remain good for aixty day from the rlaie of iht, Z
par- The Clock are ear own nMBtifarnure. Now ia lha lime to aecure a Roml ;i,xa fnr Jtn,
"""'noTc Theae Instruction. Cloehacan ha returnad nd money will be refunded If pun-haim it
tot atlane1 . (live full name, p miomor, onmy
oond nr-.liialTlr hv nnreaa. The aalmt Way to
leltar. The poet sftir department deliver no re)i;erai li-ttnr or mon-y no mo'iaj nr-ura hi only
rti. contCQunutiy m wouia oe
Dry salt meats, bacon side, shoulders
and bam-i, tierce, barrel anil bucket lard
all In goc-1 stock anil lor sale low at
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio levee.
Kttate nf A. B Safford, deoaaaed.
The under lined having- pee appointed eiecu
trxofthe laai will and tc.tamem of A. B. Saf
ford, Utc of the county of Alexander and state of
llliuou, deceased, hereby give aotlc that aba
will appear twtorc lb County court of Alexan
der oouuty, at the court houae, in Cairo, at the
May term, on the third Monday in May neat, at
which time all person bavins claiiua ag-ainat
tald eatale arr nutineU aid requeet'd to attend (or
tbe purpoaa of having the earn adju ted. All
perton indcU.d to said eataui are requeated to
make iinaediatr payment to tbe undersigned.
Lated ih,a lmb day or Mar eh. A. I'., 171.
ANNA K MAirOlTU,
I -1 Wlt Exeoutrix.
NOTICK UF FINAL htTTLKMKNT
6taM of llllnoia. Alexander ountr. a. Katata
of Jtfrne 11. WilJ, dvceaaed.
Aonce ia benuir given that on Monday, the loth
day ol April, Ml. 1H7, the underalgned ex
ecutor of aald eaUte will pnaent to the
county ooi rt oi .aid Alexander county, at the
courthouse in Cairo, llllnou, at a term thereof
torn to be bolden,their final reportofthciracteend
doing executor, and aak th court to be
diacuargerl from auy anU all turUMr duliea and
reapooeinlliuee conaecied with aald1 tatate, and
their adminletratlon loereof, at which Urn nd
plaoe each penona a ar Inureaied niay be pres
ent and reilat sucb application It theychoOM SO
to do. JUH.N U. CONNlFr,
, March UUt, 1871.
Estate ot Margaret Cameron, Deceased.
Tbe undersized, havlu been appointed
Administrator ol tbs Estate ol Margaret
Cameron, late of the County of Alexander
and State ol Illinois, deceased, bere by give
notice tnst ne win appear oeiore me
CouLty Court ot Alexander County, at tbe
Court House In Cairo, at tbe April Term,
on tbe 3rd Monday in April next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
Estate are notified and requested to attend
for tbe purpose of having tbe same adjust
ed. All persons indebted to said Estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to me unuersignea.
uatea tnis aotn aayoireo., a. imoiS.
WM. UOLDKJi, Administrator.
Orrica or City turn, 1
Caio. IU.. March 113. 1VS I
Hublk- notice is hereby alvea tbal on I uesday
the llkh day of April, A.D.laTd, a general election
will be bela m the city of Cairo, county of Alex
ander, itate of Illinois, for ihe election of one
iderman for the regular term from each 01 tc
five ward, of the city.
1 or the purpone of aaiti elex iion poll will be
ope na ! tne louowing-nameu niscea, via:
icncu mi me iouowiug-iiuiru uwxi, ti.
in the Firat ward, i the southern door of the
rab lire company's engine bouse; in Ihe See-
Arab Klre coaiDany'senai
ond ward, at the ngine houae of '.he Rough and
Keadv r ire company 1 in the I hlra warn, at ihe
engine house of tbe Hibernian Fire company ; in
the rourtn wa, at the court nouee; in tne r ma
ward, at the atore-aouse bulioiug or J amee Car
rol , on tbe northwest comer ot 1 weoiy-eighth
street and Commercial avenue.
8. Id election ooll will beonen at eisbt o'clock
n tbe morning and continue open until aevrn
oioca in tne aiteruoon 01 sain aay.
By order of ibe olty oouncil.
J B. rHILLIS, City Clerk
WaaaaAa. Orrli: M. Braiuard, of the county
of Alexander, la lb atate of lllinoit, did, on lb
'th of Septemher, A. 1. 1S77, txecute aud de.
liver to C O, fuller A Co. a chattel mortgage,
wblcb i recordeil iu tn rvcoruer'a omce, ot tne
eotuity ol Aleaander, (tale of lllinoh, lu book
C ol cualla inortgaires. ou page .1111. mmeDy
coB' eying to the laid C. O. I'auer 4 Co. lite
followina iletoribed ami chattel, lo-wil:
Twoplauers, two leavenng maihines, tugetlirr
II h belts for mini in if aarne, one atatlnnarv
engine and boiler, eu- , to secure the payment of
a certain proiuieaory note mentioned in s m
chattel mon age, and default having been male
In the payment of taid notr, anil in the periorui
anceol lartala other of tald conditions of iiaid
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given thai the
undersigned of said niortg.ge, by virtue of tbe
terms and conditions 01 said mortgage, will,
On tbe 34111 Da of April, A. U.lSTe.
at K o'clock in ti c forenoon of said day, at the
court bouse, In the county and state aforrsaia,
tall st public auction l the bignest ana best bid
der tor csth, all of th aforesaid good and
Dated tliia Sfitk day of March, A. D I fit ,
C. O. PATlfcR A CO.,
3 23 at Mortgagee.
KEl'UKT OF THE CONDITION OK THE
City National Bank of Cairo, in the Stat of
Illinois, at Ihe close of business, March
1Mb, 187b :
Lnn and dbiooiuls S'-lb.HAS. 47
U.S bonda to (ecur oiiculallou 7(i,0ii 00
U.S. bonds on band U.0 00
Other e locks, bonds and mortgage... 224 36
iar rrom approvea re-
senre sgents 8 oi,817 AS
Line from other national
banks .'3.797 S3
L)ue from state tisnkn and
banker I.aos as si.ssl a
Real estate, furaiture and natures.
Curr nt expense nd taxaapaid
hecks nd other tsh
Bills of Other banks
Fractional currency, in-
Sped, including gold
Iiral tender notes
heileropiluu fund with V. S. treas
urer to per cent ol cir. uiationi
riiirfrom U. S. treasurer, other tban
.'p rcenl. rcilempti'ili Itiail....
Capiulatook paid lu
Purplus fund -
National bank nofe nutatandlnir
Iniliviilual riru laita aubiect
10 check. ... r-in.ao; n
Due to other national
bank! ,tMi IT
Duo to atate bank and ban
kers. ai,TW ft ,
Stati or Illikois, 1
Alexander Co . I
1. W. Hyalop caahierof the above-named bank,
do aolemnly swear tnat the ab-ve siatement is
true to the liest of my knowledge and belief.
w. nvsLor, Cashier.
Hulwcr'bed and sworn to before me this th
dv of Much, W78. U, H . CAN lKK,
Correet Attet -. 1
H. L. H AI.L1UAI, I
U. II, WILLIAMSON, Directors.
R. li. CUNNINGHAM. I
E. N. Freshman & Bi o's
186 W. Fourth St.,
, .,. OINCjNNATI, U.
Are author ted 10 receive silveelifemrati lor Ibis
Saier. Ksthoate furahued free ukw appliealioa
end two stamps for our Ahrrir's Manual.
Under this act, any aarsoa wh '''''';
days er euUinuaiaa ia " "
n fdia r. . .,t!La la anaaeieB ol as par
aueb soldiers as bar tiled alter sluVlaTSS'Vios.
Ittt wt was the data ofarrlre to lbs
ld, ar entiU 1 1 la. peojlan. No
"idl f.tttieW tne-rolls cm
inlkl muabs.oulal eater s ofll-
iJ,TnJ".-... lalbrsaalio. or Wk
UILUOBJI a ti , 1
m a. nt
uic iiimiw.i w nr... im,
our st en An ir...
, CIook - tfanufac:urere, Cinniiti. Clio.
faints, Oils, Varnishes
sTall Paper, Window OJaaa, Win
dow Shades, Sto.
Alway on hand, Ihe nelebrateil illunilaatl
Oornar HlavenLh Street and Washl
J. D. DJ3ANE, Prop'r
Lata of tke St. Charlea
RA i ZS: .2.00 PER DA '
AN D CAP EE,
73 OHIO LEVEF.,
City Vat'onal Hank Building, up.ai .trs.
The Oldest fc'atabliahcd Agency in Vuiher
Illinois, and rcpre.entinr over
165 000 000
CITY BOOK k NWS STORE
aoknt for thk
and Bag Co.,
1 M . , -
' Printed WriEMIlP P ItlfiT
AAil.SU VViilUkUilK. A (JCl,
Butter Trays, &o ,
FOR SALE AT MA.N't'FACTCHKRS I'iilCM.
Wo. I'Ja oiniiierelii' tvemi -. '
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. K
SHORTEST SHORT LIWF.
rp:iK trains by this riiad connect nt .' t. I nun
L nnd Kost St. Louis, M!i al' t the
tin ,rlh, ' I w.si.
Tliiough Kxprai- I.evii Laim
" " Arrives li. Si. Louis
Miiribyslioro Sccoiiiiiiodat ion Leaves
J ii) p m
Muruli vnluru Accuniodutinu rrivc ut
Murph) ihoro. 9 :d p.m
Througu tpress Javi-s E. M. L uls ? :l5,m
" " Arrives al ( into p.IU
Murph Vnboro Ac' iiiumodatum Lravn
Miirphyibnro 5-,'d am
Murpliyrioro AccouiiundnMon arrnes
atcaiio at 12 SSpa
EMEMBER The tairo and St. Iun
U.K. IB the ONLY. ALL RAIL ROUE be
tween Cain and St. Lotus under ene nua-
aeemrnt : then-lore 1 h:re are no ilcljvsat way
stations awaiting connections from other lines.
1'Aa-ienger Uuing Nnrth. Northeast ar.'Weat
should not buy their tickets until mey hav ei
einined our iai' slid route
I. M. .1' HN-iON. i.en'l Mamaer.
U J. FINK, General Agent, Cairo, IU.
THROAT, IUNCS,UVER& BLOOU
In the wonderful medicine to which the affile
ed are aliove illrecle.1 for n-lief, lli discorerfj
Imlieve he haseomblncl fa horwoav m0"'
NHtnre's sovereign curative rP"6,'"
Ood has Instilled Into the 'eartable klnpwm
for healing ihe sick, than were ever ''ore.".
hlned lo one medicine. The evldencrf his fart
Is found in the grout variety of mos ob'u,.
diseases which ilh.ns heen foitn.l I'' comi "r. "
the rtnt) of llronchllla, ''Ter?1S?"(f?S
aud the early auges of i . onau P'P lf "
astonished Ihe mmlical factuiy, and e'"0 .
plivulciana i.ronotinco it ths treaiat mwiloa
iiwwcrc ofllio age. Wlii: it oiiie th sever.
S,t Cmighi, It strengthens the srsim f'J
Ilea ttoeload. Br It irrea and thorottga
blootl-purlrvliia; pioporlies, it V'T?iL?moa
moi from tho worst "crof ala to awca
Bloleait PlMP'or P.Vln:.2are
"som, Mlneraf f.dsons, and I eir eftsl are
.M.iicMiwl. ami vlrorotis heallli and a snajw
omiitllutlon eilithll licit. Kri alpelajj aaiaa
rheum, lever "orea, Utalv. or ""I
kllli m short, all IbenmneroUMit'MaOT."--b"ba.l
hloril, are conquered by Ms powerful.
nni-irvina. sad Invigorating medlolna.
in invisrnmnnir niniiniirM a- -.- -
If von feel dull, drowsy, dobillutted. have s
row color of sklo. or yel!ib ''"S"
Moa or brsly, frennenl heailwrr e d j.
Suit tiiuta In wontli. Internal heat or ehlll altr
Bated with hot lliishe, low spirits, awl f waiy
forekoillngs, In-Molar appetite. ?S5?
eoetcl. rou araaiiilorlnrfrom Torpid lire.
r " ajllloaaneat." In "?
f.rH7r CoiaplalnlH h- part ,M f iboa.
lllaOrV?lare.'.Oald atathoal Dl.
Seervaano aanal. as It fiaou afrfeat oora
(OLD BY MUCIUTS AT 11 Ptt EOHVl. :
tanarwd y la t lCaV
gtrj jTite f tatVsY!!
ana ainieanu wirrn .m
lead ruo .r V la bv po it o0lci 0'lr
. , i,9 JifHilif iWi-i4 r I fi! (
kw sJ?---V'fr?k a, aafr '
: r. a-