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; K.M. K.C.
Tin knight of tbe abof order naeel
at their hall lb flrst and third Monday
' 1 each month. Commercial avenue, lid door
V iinmM.U. G. M.
X& i.Unt Onlr of Oild-Feb
L, . ' JF Intra, inert every Tburday nighl
-.m M half'PMlM-vrB, In their halloa
mnwroial avenue, uiwn aith nd H""ntb
(PHI1 T. rsaaronw, "
' CAlKOlAlbuE. NO.IIW.A.I. A. M
.. Hnlii tvimUf communication In Ma
' JCjT ionic lull, oornur Commercial (venue
' end KiKlitb (truHt, on tbe Second Mid
our in Moniiar ol eacn niontn.
"HIKO ENCAMPMENT, I. 0. O. T., meet
sjln Odd-fellowi' Hall oa the flnt ud third
lusuday is every mouth, at na(-pi aeven
A. UnniiMi C V
Knlgrui of Pythiai, mart every rn
ley nuul l nau-peau Mven, in uwr
fellow' iiaJi. "".
. ilfiO BUSINESS HOUSES
.talc. Any bustne 0rm can have Uirae lines
lace, In line column under appropnai uwui
ltheral ul SI. 60 per month or 112 per year
ybi quarterly m euvanc.
Hardware, MUtvee and Tin Ware.
A. HAI.LEY Peeler in (OTMi.Tin end Herd
Uaidenand Farmer1 Implement, Wire
ouua, HMrlKrnlora, lump ami lauuer.
lj laiuixcrcuU Avenue. Guttering, end Job
Work dune on ehnrt petlcc.
mr. flooring, eating, iiding end (m-faced
lumber, lain end shingle. OfBoe end yerd
; .rner I wnlicih street end Washington avenae'
l). HAill'MAN Laalerln Uueeneware. Tova
(.amp and ell kind of fancy erticls. Commer-
jial avenue, corner e,m ivm,
WILLIAM WINTER Sixth street between
Joinitierclai avenue ana n anhington avenue,
lulluutf nod Merchant ralloriiisr
JOHN ANTRIM -Merchant Tailor end dU-aler
l Ready MerteJUoUilDg. 71 Ohio La-see.
H. J. HOWLKT-RealEeUte Agent. Ttnya
tud sell real eaute, collect rent. iy taia
Bjrnon-reeiueoie.ete. vommercaal avenue, be
tween Meln awl J rnto etreet .
IIIVK I.K A 1 Ui.1TLhV00l-
ll Cotton end Tobacco feetore end jiro-
l,r-ir ni uie eennere- looaoro narenoiue.
m St. YH CornminTeial ATrnue
t : "' ' : '
Ax Historical Fact. Kvcry ajrent
hIio tine bitu KU-H(JlJy w-lliiii; iho J ui
proved fa) MonieH ead .Sewing iMuchinu
lor tlm-" yi'ari', ovvo bU dwfllinj; luuie
liM a uomi account Id bank, Is di-ar of
ilcUt, and nai UMwy ut liiu rn-c, ilu- m
I'lral cnnwfiiwni-p of ci-curiii a g(K)J
jMi?y for MiMrir itooUj otitic lotvpst
jirl(, A goKl tlrtclaiw Sewing 31a
ihiiu', uiont useful ri-llable ut all
tinxn. cwy to undiTHlaiiJ uud control,
the Mnio i7 ud(1 dcM'e tbe etiniu work
m any macblnes thai t-tlU at lour times
ilif riocr. 'J'ticre ii no nmcliio! at aiiy
prlrc better, or that will do tintr or more
work, and ciriuiiily none to low in ynx
tiy many dollar. The llomebtead is
widely known nnd umM In thousand of
iHinlllee in tlie eastern ami middle itated,
ami daily becoming Kipidar In the weM.
It will aavu in com eovcral timeit over in
one m aon. dtiinj; the work of the luioily,
or will earn lour or live dollar a day
for any man or woman wboeews for a
Hvlnjr. It U tbe htroniiot maebinc
iii ele, i ready at nil time to do woik
ihsken tlie 'Ironjrcsl and II neat Hitch yet
invented, and fully acknowledged an
tbe Standard Family Sewing tuacbine.
J'rlce, complete for domestic ur. llu,
iluwd to only $20, dellvereil at vourdoor,
no matter bow remote you may reelde.
lliMlne'B permanent and bonorabie, with
more certain and rapid H&lee, aod larger
proflU tlioti any otber. Kxtraordlnary
liberal otTer nmdu to local or traveling
agent where we bave none establishes);
or, If there U no ajrent near you, m nd
vnur order diretrt to'tbo factory. Ad
dre ,lobn II. Kendall it C o.. -41 ISioad
wnv, New York. :-15-1 Jiti. .
. Urenkfael Barou.
Try the lionelcM I'.reakfast li.icon at
XewIVork atore. iMKIt
Do end after thin date our price will be
ea follow :
i loot, by.tbe rotd, f 3 S3.
1 cord wood, eiwtil, f 4
I " awcd and cpltt, f4 jo.
Slnf.de load;", t ')'.
1 Toa, i-i 00.
. y Tons, & til.
ft Tjd or more, ii -r ten.
1 Ton, f 2 75.
5 Tow, 6i.
6 Tom, or more, 00 per ton.
By .', W, Whkki.iir & C.
llar.dii::, lf)7. ;i-ll-lm
athrlioyitnit Wnlrr, Ale, Iteer, Tidcr,
Hlueral nod Soda Wat ere.
Mr. Andrew l.obr haa constantly on
baud Iresh receipt of tbo famous Hhe
lioynn water, and he U now ready to
llll order for any quantity, cither bot
tled, in kegs, or by tbe jug. This water
I celebrated for l$ eflieacy In curing
piles, eonst'pation, dyspepsia, headache,
and diseases of tbe stomach and liver.
It U pleiuunt to the t wtc, and suro to do
trood to thoso who take it. Mr. l.ohr in
hUo prepared to supply families with
rile, beer, or cider, put up in bottles or by
(lift quantity, as may be desired. A I. so
soda and mineral waters In bottles.
Goods delivered In any part of the city
without extra charge. 3-3-lm.
Wallace Bond, formerly ol Ilaltimore,
or h'.s heirs are entitled toa eumof money
now In tlio bands of tbe undersigned as
administrator of Thomas U. Bond. Ad
dres tor further Information,
W. HOLLISOSWORTU WUTTK,
Attorney at Law,
:i-;ll-3t Baltimore, Md.
PnMtUvoiy the Deaf.
t)r. Morris' Syrup ot Tar, Wild Cherry
and llorehouiid is the vory liest com.
pouud ever prepared, advertised, or sold
by any person, or under any name what,
ever, lor the Immediate relief and per
manent cure of coughs, colds, croup,
whooping cough, bronchitis, asthma,
and all diseases of a consumptive type,
(t will thoroughly eradicate these alarm
ing symptoms In ono4ialf tbo tlino rc
quired to do so by any other medidno. It
la purely vegetable, and contains not a
parilole et opium or other dangerous
drug. It never falls. Kvery bottlo
guarantied to perform exactly as repre
sented. Sold by
Barclay Bros,, Cairo, Ills.,
AUo agents for Trot, l'arkcr's l'lcasant
Worm Syrup, which Is suro death to
.worms, riensantto take tud require!
nopnjrsw. rrico 25 cents. Try It.
WEDNKriDAV, April 3, 1S78.
t'irir t.Lntios .
We ere andiorled to announce WILLIAM
O'CALLAHA.N eeacandeiale fur r't.ertiou to
tlieomoeol Aldtriuaa fiom the Mm ward,
We ere embodied to annonnoe R. P. DAVIS ai
a candidate fur Aldermen frum the Second
w riL KlectioD to lake pUoe lut-eday, April
Mrs. V. JJ. iMorrisls In Anna.
Mr. A. S. Jtobertson lias been 111
sineo his return from Annu.
Shell oyiiteri Just, received at the
Crystal saloon. IIakkv Wai.kcii.
MtssLou Walbridgc, who uiet with
anuinful but not serious accident on
Friday last, is Improving.
Oyter soup lunch at Harry H alkcr's
Crystal saloon every evening at 9
Mr. K. A. Wheeloek, formerly in the
commission buine in tbU city, but now
d Chicago, is lu the city on a short vMt.
For llutter, F'2, Apple-, etc., call ar
Ho. (A Oh!g levee.
tl. U. LlK.llToX
The Excilslor riocial and Literary
society meets at the residence ol MIhs
Walbridge on Friday next.
yuerj: 1Vby will men unoke comnioa
tobacco when they raa buy Mirburgb
Bros. "Seal ol Xorlh Carolina" st the name
trie ? lii 3 tf.
-hon't forget the tree oyster soup at
ft o'clock thi evening Hf Marry Walker's,
corner Sixth etreet an. I (.iniinT.d.il ave
nue. 1.1, tl
The city treasurer's report, read
at the city council last niirbt shos thut
here is overeleven thousand dollar In
the city trcasurv i
-Mr J'. Korsmeyer is Just in receipt .
of a very largo and select Ftock of Ki-y j
uesi ami .mporre.1 cigars, to Winch !..:,.
cills the special attention ol smokers.
Mr. Pat. Fitzgerald has opened bis cow
livery stable and Is now ready lor business.
lie lias a number of handsome riK, which
be will let out it regular livery ratei. His
place Is at the corner of Fourteenth ntrcet
nd Commercial avenue.
At the meetiuu of tbe city council held
lent uicbt a resolution, offered bv Alder-
an Il.ilhd.iy, wa adopted lnetructlng the
ty clerk to advertise lor bids lor punier
i hundred yards of dirt on Commercial
venue between Thirty -fourth and Thirty.
I would respectfully announce to the
iblicin general that I have received a set
new chairs that are not to tie surpass
ed fur beauty au.ljimiurt anywhere, and
therefore re'iH-ctiully invito all thoe
idling to be suited in the best of style
to call and see lor themelve.
at . w Aiiia
.The bawds arrested by Constable
Sheeban on Monday und fent to the
calaboc.-e by Judge Bird, an-sttll in tli?
sweat box, and lin y are likely to stay
there, his honor the mayor having wise
ly determined to let them severly alone.
A little more rigor in dealing with the
bawds ol the dry will have a wholesome
eflett on them.
A Kcirit stock of lurnilure for la
clietip at the corner of Seventeenth street
and Washington avenue. Mr. William
KIclihoB, tbe old reliable furniture maim,
factuter, is etill among the living and h
prepared to serve bis patrons and the pub
lic generally with choice furniture at lowct
and more reasonable prices than ever be
fore. tive him a call. i',"iln
The la.fioa eociety of tho Presbyterian
church will give an entertainment at tbe
rnomi of Mr. W. Hyslop on Tbursday
night, when Mr. George will, by request
rej eat bis lecture, "Tbe Ears of King Mi
das.'' Selections of niUbtc will bo sun?
before and alter the lecture, by Mrs. L&ns-
den, Misses Morris and Kastman, atd
Messrs. Morris and Ainnrop. Admittance,
20 cenU. at.
Forthe most durable dental work, go
to Dr. W. C. Joycelyn.No. !4 Kijjhtbstieet
Cairo, Illinois. 4 3 lw
Tbo officers elect lor the Arab Are com
pany, for the ensuing year Hre
President T. J. Kerth; -
Vice-President J. H. Uittenlioiisi.;
Treasurer n. K. Blako;
Board or Directors Wm. Trlgi;, Andrew
Lohr, J. 11. ltobluson, Robert Hinklo and
Mrs. L. J. Spears has returned Irom
laying In her spring stock of millinery
and notions. Sho can say without fear
of contradiction that her stock through,
out is the finest and best selected ever
brought to Cairo. She only asks tho
public to call and examine her goods and
be convinced that she competes success,
lully with all others In theso goods. Sho
will have auctions on the first Saturday,
Irom 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. ot each inonth
to make room, as sho will receive new
gnods in the lutest style dully. Sho will
bo pleased to show goods to all who may
call. Cor. Sth street, in tho Alexander
county bank bank building. KMrn
The communication which appeared
in the Bulletin yesterday morning has
rcceivod the discussion of tho propriety
of placing a lady on tho school board.
The only drawback to the discussion of
the subject Is that nine out of every ten
men In the city are ot the same opinion,
and believe that the idea Is a good one
and should be carried out. The mention
of Mrs. Saflord's came In this connection
aside from tho reid worth ot the lady
herself and tbe great good she would be
able to accomplish as a director, Is re
garded ou all bands as only a, just tribute
to tho memory ot her lato husband, who
regarded our public schools as his special
pet and who took so much prlda Id
them. We are glad to learn that Mrs,
Saflord's Irlendi have announced her
wllllngntss to servo on the board. This
we believe la all that I necessary, and
that ber election U A foregone conclusion.
A "Xcrk-tia Party "-iuureh Maltera
t roete but no llnmase.
L'j.li.v, Ills., April 2, b78.
To fie Kdilor of tlie Bcllmti i
Dear Sir : Perhaps a tew Items from
this out of the way place will not to In
appropriate for publication iu thoBcLLE.
tin. I would like to let jour readers
know what U going on In this scctioji.
Quito a large company met last nllibt
at tlin home ol Mr. James !. Morris at
Morrlstovvn, otie tuilu wust .ot Ulllii, to
celebrate what Is styled a "Xecktle
I'anj." There were about SO persons pre
sent, md I will only mention a le w ol those
from the adjoining towns and counties.
From Dongola the two Misses'Uarmes,
Miss Dennis, Miss George, .Miss Scurloek,
and Miss Dyer, accompanied by Dr.
IX'irines, Mr. .). Kddleman, Mr. J. West
Mr. Farrell and Mr. A. C'uhl. From Du
Quoin John Trover, Esq., Miss Cheek of
Villa Klde and W. F. I'itcher of Cairo.
The party commenced to assemble ut
3 and by 9 o'clock the commodious man
slon ol Morris, Kood & Co. was well
tilled. Soon alter 9 o'clock, an able ad
dress was delivered by Mr. K. B. Wat-
kins on our ever recurring April 1st. It
was repeated with good language and
The drawing lor partners for the even.
leg was commenced und Hint all your
readers may know how a ''Neck Tlo
Party"-Is conducted I will Inform you
how It was done on this occasion; all the
ladles present had on calico aprons, each
one ol different make and trimmings aud
witn ea:-li apron;there was a gentleman's
neck tin (o correspond, tbo neck ties
were placed In envelopes and the gentle
men by paying 23 cents ware entitled
to Mtpper lor himselt and lady
and the privilege of drawing and the lady
having on tbe apron to correspond with
the tie was tbe ciUemau's partner.
lnc ana'r. wai mwa up m ttl" 01 "lc
cnurcn ai t-wn, ami was unuennc mm-
agemeni oi airi. or, urevr, jirs. bikius
ftnj ir mil. jt was a success In evcrv
particular, r'-atlziiic' about and upon
.,,,.,,,. a tdeitant and eeMVihle
. ,. :. . . .
i win mention in tins connection ttisi
the mills arc running on full time with a
much better prospect of business ilmn
ha been for months.
We had a white Irot here this morn
inz but being very dry, don't think the
fruit or garden stuff U d'imsired thereby.
THEY WANT IT.
Itie Cairn ami Viaeeimeit Hnilroml
oiiipauy ofTer to V tirehaee a
lion ol Hie Ruilriinil hlrl.
At the meeting of the city council held
last night. Alderman Halliday presented t
a eomiiiunlcHtli'n trora S. 1'. Wheeler, J
tsq., on behalf of the Cairo and Vin
wunes railroad company offering to j
P"m'a''e a portion oi t:ie railroad strip,
,,miJ 8C'lulrt-'J D ' city from the Jill.
ventral company, j he uncennes
people want th'it portion ol the
strip below Second street to
tbe .Mississippi levee, and oi
ler to pay lau ully Un burn ot liv bun
drcil dollars In eai for it. The com
munication referred to states that if tho
city will sell the railroad company thiA
piece of ground they the railroad com
pany will at once proceed to erect a pas
senger depot and freight bouse on U.and
asked that the council give tho matter
Immediate attention, lor if they cannot
get this piece of property they must look
elsewhere for depot grounds. Alderman
Paticr stated that bo understood that tho
Cairo and St. Louis railroad company
al-o Intended to purchase a portion of
this ground, and It tho proper efforts
were made ho believed It would not bo
long until Cairo would have a grand
Union depot where all the railroads
would center. Ho therefore moved that
a committee ot three, to act In conjunc
tion with the mayor, bo appointed to
confer with the railroad people on the
subject. The motion was agreed to and
Mayor Winter appointed Alderman Pa
tier, Halliday and Y'ocutu as 'such com
mittee, The strip of ground sought to
be obtained by the Vincennes people Is
about one hundred leet wido and about
flye hundred leet in length and is very
desirable lor railroad purposes.
luciirrluir a Tremendous Risk.
They incur a tremendous rl.sk who so-,
journ or emigrate to reside in districts
where malarial disease Is prevalent,
without medicinal means of fortifying
their systems against tbe periodic
scourge. The danger to bilious subjects,
and to thoso who lack bodily stamina, Is
particularly serious. A preventive and
curatlvo agent of known anti-malarial
efficacy should bo frequently used and
constantly kept at hand by such persons,
and on none rati they reply with Buch
certainty ot protection and aid as IIos
tetter's .Stomach Bitters, This grand
Rprcillo roots put every VMtigc of the
malarial poison Irom tho system,
and endows It with an
amount of vital activity and
repelling power that nullities the In tl 11
encuot miasma. It also prevents and
remedies disorders ol the stomach,
bowels and liver, which are particularly
prevalent in malarious regions, and Is an
incompnrahlo general Invlgnrant.
Best brands of hams tit New York
store tor FJe.amirJe..lb.; ' ;i..il..,lt
Kd. Braxton has returned to his old
its-nd in the llclscr building, where he Is
better prepared than ever to accotumo
ditto hiw patrons ami the public who
may favor blm with a call, llelmsgono
to considerable expense Iu lining up a
souple of nlooly furnished rooms,- which
ho haa provided with all tho latest Im
provements and conveniences. Ho em
ploys only lirst class workmen and thoso
who patronixe him will have their want
attended to in 'style and . will receive
THE CITY DEBT.
A rrooitioai to l and the Dut mu4
leeiio New Bonde.
At tLe meeting of the city council held
lust nlk-ht Alderman Halliday made a
statement of progress In the matter ot
the proposition now on foot tor lunnlng
the hooded Indebtedness of the city
that Ii lor taking op the outstanding
bond -d Indebtedness of the cjty and Issu
ing new bonds In Its steal. Ilo stated
that the bonded dvbt of the city, with
accrued and unpaid interest, now
amounts to In the neighborhood . ol
$530,0.10. 01 this sum about 75,100 U
overdue interest. The ugent ol the
United States lunding association ol Xew
York, through which institution the
funding will be done It done at all-
made a proposition while here to fund
this debt at fltty-llve cents on the dollar,
the new bonds to bear interest at the rate
ol six per cent. This proposition tbe
liuance committee was, and still is, diss
posed to accept, and the matter has pro
gressed so far that the chairuiuu ot the
committee has written on to New York
to ascertain iu what Blze 100, f o()0 or
$l,000-or whether it would not be better
to have the new bonds gotten up in (lit
lerent amounts. Of course, It is not yet
certain that this project cau be earned
out, but the prospect are fair lhat it
will be accomplished. Siould it succeed
the bonded debt ol the c';ty will be re
duced nearly one half , while the rate ol
interest will be reduced Irom eight to six
per ceut. This would be a great rellel
to our taxsriddeti community, und the
holders ot the bonds might then stund
some Show of getting their interest.
NKW INSI UANCK AGKNCY.
ttl l l S A UtiHTII.
Office at Alexander Co. Hank,
Ilisks written in lirst class Companies
At lair rates. See advertisement. i
Dry salt meats, bacon sides, shoulders
and hams, tierce, barrel anJ bucket lard
nil in good stock and for ss.le low fit
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio levee.
Police is hereby given to nil person
who have not yet paid their taxes
lhat, under iritnvctioii of the auditor of
state, 1 am compelled to publi-h the de
linquent tax list in order to take Judge
ment at the May term of the rrobate
court, and that in order to do this the
copy will bo placed in the hands of the
printer on the lO h day ol April. After
l Fui t date costs will be added. Pay vnur
taxes and suv.e costs. Pkilr Sait,
MaHi :,f, Ws . td. ( 'ollector.
.1 cent' ; yard at Xew York 'tore.
otke is hereby given Lhat the co-partnership
heretofore existing between the
undersigned, tinder the firm name of ''.Stu
art t Oholon,''has this Cay been dissolved
by mutual consent, the said Gholson taking
the a.-etK and assuming ibe deb's of said
linn. Cn.ts. K. Stuart.
W. K. Ottoi.soN.
Cairo, 111. March, 4. 1S7.
Having this day purchased Mr Stuart's
interest in the above firm, It property, as
sets and good will, I take pleasure in an
nouncing that I shall continue the business
at the old stand; whero grateful to n.y
friends and tbo public generally for prist
favors and patronage, I recpecttuily iii-k a
rontitiance ot such avers and pitroar.ge.
W. L. (inof.HOS.
Cairo III March 4. 1873. d-!m
At New York store 3 lbs lor ;d.( 0.
Larger t tut 11 Lift. !
On receipt of $1.50 I will sen.l to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 500 times any
small object. A very loeltil and instruc
tive instrument, brass mounted and put
up in a neat ca&e, warranted as recom
mended or the money refunded.
Its magnifying power is so great that
living objects can be readily discovered
iu a drop ol water, and for examining
small objects, all manner of Insects, the
texture ol cloths, Ac, detecting foreign
matter in sugar. Hour and other articles
of diet, lor detecting counterlleit money,
and a hundred other nsetul purposes, it
will be found invuluable.
An endless source of amusement for
the coming winter evenings. Sent by
mail on tvetdpt of price.
SKAVF.Jl Si CO.,
(il Park Place, X. Y. City.
Apples or fio lit Hi Picture or Nllver,
"A word fitly spoken is like apples of
gold iu pictures ot diver." When the
body lecotnes diseased, tho mind is
thereby necessarily inlluencod, National
wars, Plato dissensions, neighborhood
broils mid family differences, aro more
frequently than otherwise tbe result of
diseased and disordered constitutions,
When the budy Is st.tTcrlLg, tho mind.
acting In sympathy, will become lrrltuted
aud perplexed. When the physical sySs
tein is in health, tho mind perceives
things in their true light, and tlu disposl -
tiou assumes a very ilinVn-nt
phase. Nothing more directly h-ntls to
destroy tho tuppy, cliccrful dlsponltlon
ol a woman, and render her peevish,
nervous and frctlul, tnan a constaut en-
durance ol uterlt.t) disorders. ' Tho . dis.
uuus lacuuiu lii Mvonaia iuio nna.v liie
elasticity and bouyancy of health and re-
duce her hotly and u.lnd to a mere wrek.
Dr. Plerco's Favorite Prescription Is a
real peacemaker In a family. No woman
suffering lrotu uterine 'disorders euti ul
iord to.bn wlthotd this remedy. The
Favorite Prescription saves uniienossary
doctor bills, prevent divorces, wards nil'
suicides, brings back buoyant, Joyous
feeling, restores tho'f woman to liuulth,
and her family to happiness. It lit sold
by all druggists.
- SIGNAL NKKVICK REPORT.
.low WATanjHiar orFfill
Cairo I n i s"
Cinciniiau I 11 7
bavtiiorl j 4 0
ntteliuw a h
Lounvllle..... j a n
Ht. l'iil .... ;
HI. Luun.. i 1 1 I ii
JAMIvi U. WATSOX,
sergeant Bunui Service. U. s. A
Freight in tho Ohio Is irtttliu; scarce
The Mary Houston was not fully laden ou
airival ber, and ehe h id Uken everything
mat waa oflered. She nu lo ILht additions
TheSle. Uenevievo added .100 tons pig
Captains l,; and Fowler of Padticah
wure passtDfc'ent on the Jim Fi.ik yeitar-
The Future City's barges took on JJ 000
noop poles here yesterday.
Charlie Espey ol the Mississippi Valley
Transportation company, made a bcrolo
search for an imaginary burglar in his ot.
flee at a late hour Monday tkiht, and thero
would have been a lively wene if tboollen
uer bad been found. Charlie was attired
principally In a camlie and a double barrel
shot gun that wan not lomlud.
Tbe Capitol City is repaired aud rendv
for business in the Viekburg trade when
Tbo Fi.sk for Padueab, Tom Sherlock for
New Orleans and Grata Ton-er lor Vick-
burg are due to day.
The Gold JJut bas pono into the the
Missouri river trade.
Tbe James D.Puiker with a lair trip
pasea 10 Cincinnati.
The J.Sharp McDonald With a low of
coal passed south.
Tbo Susie Silver from New Orleans and
Colorado Irom Mcksbur passed lost.
Lcille t'oleinun'a Laundry.
Mis. Lettle Coleman bas reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between wach-
iujton and Commercial avenues, and' takes
this method ol informing her old friends
and patrons that she Isas;ain at their ser-
vice, ana noiiais tboir patronage. hnhsn
reduced prices to suit the times.
'I h Trlrnlioiio.
That which would have seemed im
possible and mliaculous a lew years
since, Is now regarded aj the legitimate
fruit of our mental development and in
ventive genius. The telegraph, sub
mm ine cable, and telephone, have each
in its successive turu been thought the
crowning maivcl of tlm age. That a
speech pronounced in Boston should re
port itself over tha wires to an audience
in Brooklyn, and a hymn ployed In Xew
1 oik should be audible iu Washington,
is IndecJ wonderlul. But is it not equally
wonderlul that II. V. Pierce. M. 1 of
Buffalo, X. Y'., can, through his peculiar
system of diagnosis, and without seeing
the patient, obtain :is accurate and per
feet a knowledge ot most chronic dis
eues as though he !:ad made a personal
examination ? And is it not reasonable
to suppose that as great proirress has
been fliade in t lie occult sciences as.
in the more tangible and readily-dtmon-
strable problems of muUphydcs, where
each new invention Is but the logical
sequence ot the oue that precedes it ? The
lailuro of physipians to fulfill their prom-
Ises has created a wide-spread teeling ol
distrust; but is it right to condemn nil
physicians because tho greed or igno
ramus of a few induced them todo wrong?
M my are on iudieed ajruinst Dr. Pienv'j
Family M'.dlcliiis, nu I errmi"ou-lv fi:r-y
Hum to bc'-ciin-alis," but has 1,0c tue
doctor repeatedly disclaimed their ability
lo cure cancer, or give other than tempo.
rary relief where the lung was half
wasted away? tiy dealing lulrly with the
people, he has earned their continence,
and built up a practice so large in the
treatment ot chronic diseases that the
erection ot the Grand Invalids' Hotel, at
Buffalo, X, i., to accommodate his pa
iieum, uecumeu necessiry. At nn exs
ponae of nearly half a million dollars ho
bas erected the largest and most com
plete sanitarium in the world. Bffalo
Suits ot three rooms, over Suup's eon
lectionery. Suitable lor offices or sleep
lug apartments. Apply to
Kdwakd A, Bcoku,
Cor. b'lu St. and Washington Ave.
l.le lion .olii,
tipucK or City CLniK.l
Caiuo, ill., Jlurch ti3, ls7S f
I iib.ic nuLce la li.rcby given thut on 1 uesday
the liiih day of April, A.D.lsrs, a KUltral clecll.iu
Will Us belJ ill the city oi'Cuiro, louniv of Aii--undi-r.
itAto oi" llliuoid, for tho citation of o'c
alderman for the regulur term from euih o ite
lve wanis of the c.ty.
For liiu Imtuosu 01 euid eletlion tmlMulll l.e
opened u t the lollowiiiK-nanu J places. Tin:
in me i irst warn, ai uie eoulheru .loor oi the
Arab Fire Cimpanv a viiKine houxe : in lliu s,w.
onU ward, ut Hie tcgine house of '.he Koun mid
Kea.dy Hre couiuauyi la the Xlilrd ward, ai ii,e
cn mo house ot the Itdjeriiiuii tirccorinianv : in
the ruurth waid, at uie court huuee; ie tl Fifth
ward, ut the etore-tiou.se Luiluiug onmnre Car
rol', on the northwest comer ol J wcmy-ihili
strvi't and I oiiinu'rclat avenue.
H ill election polls will be open t e'(tht o'clock
In tho mnriiiiiK- and continue open until seven
o'clock in the afternoon of said day.
lly order ot the city council.
I. H. 1111I.LLS. C lvC irk
1T11 gharauvem a vu
tcaee. or refund you all money ex
d. All sufferers should irlva thoaa
liars an early trial, aud be convinced
CZTh, or 4 boxes , or
tent by mail to any part ot United
J"10",01 prlce' or
' ' ' ' ASH & BOBBINS
' 8(M Fulton Street. Brooklyn, IS, Y. .
. -dtTT "T"VT A
Jl U JjMU LN ix
Oeruln, Prompt end Reliable Remedy for
th invention and oureof
! xnroatand Lungs
taiio earnestly renommended for n itlior
"inay beord-wd through any dealer
or direct from Uecai U Moees, sole
flllTI'i'tlsT "t tlervlitu hshit sliKlnnly SM
1 1 sVrl 1 1 til'iiK'ilri'uml. I'sIicmii nniml.c'ir.
Old Father Time Caught at Last
A NUMBER ONE RELIABLE CLOCK FOB $3;
. M .... .rrrt iiirvrtnai
smt la anv ul.irrvin ihe I
UHI.Mi AU J'IjLI. 11 UM A.'x if Uiii.'ii .iiini.iimid 1,1 w t r-', we hTtrl- I
reduL-ailiu price of our lilriy Hour ftt-in-Wintllav Olrte u THHKK DsHTM
Uo-k w.inntpd for two years. 'I an oiler only remain ood for eixty rfayajrom ih JJ ejrjl
tr- IhreeLlncksareouiownniiouUcture. Mow ul the lirneto nre a good tloct bTl ?
Nue This Instructions. Clocks ci n bo returned and money will be refua.lid If euk
lot satisfied, (live full nani1;, ulu tKv, couutyand stale u 1 aeareit expre,.- offlce u
r... . ..1 . .... ..I.. .1 ..... .. I. ..... . j. ...... fr n i.nl in 1 ... , l.v li t itlS.... ...... e I
i'ne noetoiliL-e dcuanne-nt .It-tivcr no
rrsM,nslble partite, consomienuy t!iin wuiiiil
i.. r iv i
CIU0 & ST. LOUIS T.. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
THK tr.dr.shy tills nad connect it 8t. I.ouis
and Kiimm. Louis, wltn U i,tur linrs to
the .lortli, r.tit.t ana Heat,
TlMF. S(JilKI)UJJ .
Xurougb Kxj rcja Iavts Cairo.... H :4.' a. m
" " Arrives K. Hi. Louie j :M p. m
Muribyaboro Accommoilation Leatc
l aim ., ii .20p.ni
Jlurphyshoro Accoiuodation eirivei ut
Muriti)elioio 9 :m'p.m
Tbroiigii txjirrne Javet K. Hi. L ui :15a,m
" " arrives at Cairo f. ; 1 " p.m
lIiirpnyboi Accoii.modatMin Ltawa
Murpnb.)ro 5;.vi a.m
-Miirphy.boro ActV'runiiHl.ition arrives
Cairo m 12 ;.',p.m
EMEMBER The Cairo end St. Louiu
lilt O.XLV ALL KAIL KlJLI t
twK-n siro and St. Loliis under nee man-
aeinnit ; tlten.fore iherc are no Uejay.s at wuy
latious awaiting connection trora oilier lines.
I'apsenrere Gnlnj Norlh. Nnrthutt and Wi
Ihouid Uui Imy tlieir ticktti uulil they have ex
uinincd our rules and routed
I. il. JdHNsuS, Otn'l Stsnaner.
B. J. FINK, lieneral Agent, Cairo, 111.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Late of the St. Chnrle.
RATES: 82.00 PEKDAY
NOTICE OF tlx At. 6ETll.t.MKNT
it ite of lUinni.s. Alexander c juaty. ea, F'.tate
oi jjiiica u. il I, iiticc.ideii.
Noiice is hereby given that on Moniluw thol'th
day of April, A. 11 . 1. 3, tlio uuderklnurd ex-
ecuton of tai'l Potato will pnaeut to tl;c
county eoi.rt oi rai.i Alexan.ltr cnuniy, ut tt:e
coui llioilne in Cairo, lllibJin, at a t-Tiu tlierrof
ite n lo he noMun, their fuiil rci urtoi ilirirkttsuml
Joinctl a-, eiemiloiii, and aik tlie conn to Imi
iliaciiarged Irom any n.j all lurtuur duties ami
rivoneilillities connected with said i mate, and
thi-ir ailminlsirutlon thereof, at wnich time ami
place auctt person, as are interested tuny lie- pit.
nilauil n-einteiicn apilh atioo It theychooie ro
io im. .i ' hi m ii. n . ir ,
.IJJ.fc.s V. I'AKKhlt,
Ca.ro. Ills,, M-trcb 21st, ls7. -. U4t
AUMIMS TUATUU'o NO 1'ICFJ.
K state ot Margaret Cameron, Deceased."
The iindcrbik'iicd. hainf been annotated
Adtuinistrator ol tii9 Jjiate ot Mariraret
Cameron, lato of the County of Alexander
aid - late of Illinois, deceased, hertliy give
notice thit ho will appear bclore tho
Coui ty Court of Alexander Countv, at the
Court Uoii-e iu Clin), at tlio Antii Term.
on the lira Alon;Uy iu April next, ut which
time all person tialr claims sv'Mn.-teaid
tstate are notified ami re)ueted to attend
mr uie purpose ci having tDe mu e adjust
ed. All oei-ons indebted to said Katate
are requested to make immediate payment
to the iindi.iiL'ned.
Duted this ii,th day of Fell., A. I. 1S78.
WM. JIOI.!jJ:N', Administrator.
Sl'ATTtOr iLUNOIb,) a ,
AleSandi-r Co. ,
lu the circin't Cou f of Ala.'.xidir County.
Cietxiiual. liartlctt mel Vol-j
ne S. Cirtletl, h.-r Uu- WU iu Cliancwy
ban I, I t j
Vs. Foreclose Jtoit-
Mny Stev-.a.t und Wiiliaji vMae.
V. Stevfart. J
Kaid dcicn Hints are hercb . uollaed tint the
ihove en-mid uit is netiding at vu.l couit, and
tt.e time and pi c; of ihc return of Hiuun.oi.s In
;lioa5eis die nxt tt mi of na.d court, to Lc
h l ien at the court li nine iu tha city ol Cairo, in
sud county, on the thiid Monday In Way, A.
V. n. JOHN A.-KkrA i'..
mom A Qtinaitr, 1 Clerk of Jaid Court.
Compi'te forhjlicilori. f
EXECC I'Ul.VS NOTICE. '
l.'state of A. . Safford, dcrae,i.
I he uu, it roiued luivm been npp:nti:d i xeiu
tr if the lu.s( will and lectamtni dt A. li. bal
lon;, Liu- of tue county of Alexander and 'ale ..f
lllition, deccaseii, hereby ((ivos notice that bhe
will appear before the Uounty court of Alcxan-dt-r
county, at the cr.urt house, In Cairo, at the
May term, en the third Monday in May next, at
which tune ell persons hivio cUiim agniu.it
faid estate are notilied and nxjuesteii to attend for
tlie purpose of hariiis the snine ii'lju ltd. All
pcrsoet indeUeil to eael estate are r.-queoFed to
luuke immediato payment to the tinderMgne-l.
DaieJ this Isth day of March, A. 1.. l,i.
A N.N A K bAFFOHli,
321 w i.t Executrix.
Whereas, Orrln 31. 1'.rainard, of the county
Of AlevauUer, in tho utnlc of iliinoii, di,i, on t lie
'.'nth of September, A. 1'. 177, txecute and ile
liverto C. O, I'atler A Co. a chattel mortgage,
wtiKh is reconh d in the recorder' ollicc, ol uie
county ol Alexander, Blue of Illinois, in book
C" of chattel mortgage, on pugu 31", therthv
con'tying to the Haul C. O. i'uuer a, Co. thu
li'llov.uu; described and chattel', to-wit :
I o planers, to leavering mat limes, togjitier
whh belt for rnnuing 6aint', one itationarv
engine and boiler, etc., to secure the pay incut of
a certain iromiseory uote uieniioued in 8 id
chattel irorwnge. anddtluuli having beeu made
in the payment of said note, and iu tue periorm
ance of certain othur of said coutluioru of autd
Now, thercl'nre. notUei herthy given that the
undereigucd of eaid niorig ge, by virtue of tlie
t.-rius and conditioiiH ol baitl mongngu, will,
tin lite 'Jl til llu.v ol' Airll, a. .IS?S,
at H o't lock in toe forenoon of kai J day, at the
court house, in the county aud eutte Hfnreaa .1.
ell at public auction t the highest and beet bei
licr tor cash, all of the aiurtsaiJ goods aud
liatt 1 thu -u.a day of Mnrc.il, A. 1). ljT-'
C. O. i'Ai'iKIt A
rEl'OliT OF IIIK HNOlllijV OF 1 HE
X ic ily Natimial Hank of Cairo, in the Shu. r
Illinois, ui the. close of luiniiieui). .March
1 'Ul, lfTS ;
Iianeand diaeouiits yj
I.. S. bonds to eiciue ciiculatlon 70poo io
1,'. H. bond on hand 1 1 ..Too tsi
Oilier stocks, bonds and inoilgiiKi-j,.. '!'., Jls n
lJiicJ from niiprovcl re
serve uirenit i GVS17 ru
Due from other national
Due Irom etute i atilo nud
bnuktrs l.tfj SS nt.S;l Sti
Heal estate, furrnturc nnd llxiures.
l' l ti
oi ieIlowih-fixienee and taxes naid
headache or ditj', PJ"d
heatorchillnrS olllcr c"sl
and glooiw g 9 fc flll (
kj currency, in-
lent, "y - n r""
Hub ircsseury cerullcatcs M) 8n
pjffe Legal tendernote 10,'ss) uu
hcall Jhd. niliUon lund with l'i S. trea
urer (a per cent of circulation) ......
Due trom l-'. S. treasurer, other thuti
If a p rccril. tcdruiptiOD fund
Srifi-irt. f ,wlll.l I iif 9. .LI
. SKI,'.'!;; ii
. Ilimsjii no
, :HI no
.. in tut ::i
, b t.isn l i'0
Capital etnek paid In
National bunk Hotel oiit.-laudinif ...
ladivldual depaelil sul jeet
tocheclt i!10,li7 II
Ptio to other national
bun Its tt'JfiJl?
Due to slate bank and ban.
St tram- Iiumoi, )
All X.unlel i o .
...... ..slW,iU .w
1, V. llyalvp cashier of the tbove-nimedbauk,
do solemn, y swear that the ttb.va llaleineut is
Uu to the best of my knowledge ami bvliel.
n, , W. MVnLui'.Caahier.
Huhscr tied ami swora to bcf.re me tin x-.th
dav of March, M$. IL H. CAKI.tKK.
.,, . NoUry J'oh ie,
Cnrreet Attest :
O. I. WILLI AMao.N.i nivectors.
T'otlti? Tf A tP TUT W ft T ltai .
reUtcred Ictlcm or neiney on money oni.rT. '"! I
hi lh let way ol ordcriug our clock, 1
E.i. ,v v.., viw. .auuiiv. mrora, cinamt Ohio
13 i9. PAnrsBn
CITi" BOOK & NEWS STORE'
AOKNT FOR TUB
ana sag Co,f
Printed WraTiiiiff Pater.
Butter Trays, &c.,
ron SALE AT MAN'L'FACTCEERS PHICKS,
o. im Commercial Avenue.
Paints, Oils, Varnishe3
iVall aVaper, Window OIms, win
uvw uuauoa, CvO,
Always on hand, the celebrated Ultunuuu
Oornnr Eleventh Street and Waahl
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up.itilra
lli Oldest istablished Agency to Souther
Illinois, and representing over
85 000 000
A 7ie it improvement Asoo:hing, healing,
on tlie ordinary porous itrengtheniitaiidptln
plaolc-r, killing egcnl ia oet.
'I he manufr.p.tiircn receiv'd the kighett aud only
award gjveu to i'oloua J'laB ten at die Centennul.
W'e warrant Heruon's Capcine Piaster to be au-pt-rinr
to all ether i'orous 1'laflters and to all llrd-LUCJlt-j.
Ask Those Who
Al; any phjMoian If Benton's Caprine Porous
I latter i not tlie lt plaster in the world. Ion
remarkable article waa invented to overcame tbe
great injection aiway laund to the ordinary Po
roii I'.a.sierof alow action ia bringing relief.
Far I .a me and Wt ak r.uck, Rheunuusm, Troa
b!eof the fiptue ami Kidneys, It ia a truly Hoa
ilertul remedy, i hyetciau everywhere rrcog
nue its great enpenority toother Poreu Plaa
ter ana to all lininienu. li relieves pain at
encenn i cure qu.ui.er than any known plaster,
There ared.ingerous and worthless imraitttion
of licnaon capcine Fiaater in the ntarket, lb
genuine hate the word Capcine cut turougn each,
pla-ter. Bold by alldruggistt. l'ricen),
I an ea I a il
i.KeiJ VII tfyaULal tttaWt HllUHI
St. Louis, Mo.
TKOS. A. PICE, A. M.L. I.B..)
IA3, Eicc, a. M., , Principals
J. II. HUKWOOD, , j
FULL LIFE SCHOLArtSHIPS $8! 00
MOST Complete, Thorough and Vreetir
course oi ntudy in Uiv Cm ted Statea
cour-e iudipt:nsible to every young niaa an
barklng on u,e oca of Ufl). .
For Illustrated Circular, '
,v lisua.A. RICK. A.M.. t. JL.
OHATtTtlBP MAHOa 21. 181
CITY NATIONAL BANE.
Cniro, - Illinois.
JNTEREST paid on depo.lt March UtkU
Xeptcflt j.r lei. lutereet not withdrawal ad
disi inline llMrly to the principal of lb dpeil
thct.bj glviri h.... coinpoHd lawatet.
Married Women andCbJldienmay
deposit Money and noon
olaa can draw it.
K Oiai every buiaefoyml.a. tali..
W. HYai-OP. Trawir
" n . .. "rggawapat
W.' R. SMITH, JR., M. 0,
, . i
OffloMnd B4dnc J
No. SI, Tlilrteutb-t, -
.. Tl "
..ki.m. full particular I
I" ... ...rl i. lik-ti'S V t'..LlKM... at t
ir leisuie im lo my latarttt. IwtMtl
nVr'u w e.a fr my oslebratad Baatt7'
.no and Organ nalM TOa a It 19 ; all fa
artio 1 rc-pire of you t boia altaaaaa k4
ma-sisu , , i - s " sasiai . w.