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STUART'S WIDE-AWAKE DRY
I will oiler on Monday Morning New Summer Dnitss Goods, bought at tho
Very hardest ol hard pan priced, that will be 3ld at 1'kicks that DBvr Comibti,
Hon. Also now lines of Hosiery, O loves, Underwear, Corsets, Ribbons, Kid
lilovMM, Fans, Parasols, eto. I Intend to sell you Ooods CiiKii', and to conduct my
lmsliiH8Hon thesmallest possible sealn ot expense consistent with nfllelenny. All
must irr that expanses must come out of the Goods and tho great the expense
the irrenter 1.1m price roust be. My Motto Is: "SELL ! TUKN THE GOODS
OVKU AM) (JET NKW GOOIM !" I do not Intend eimduetliuf my business on
the entirely obsolete ot offering I.kadkkh, which menus selling you n lew Articles
ot Cost or IxiM and wore than maUluir up the loss on other Ooods. I 1'iiti'osK
Making a Lkadkk ok Evkuythino in M Stock. No Old Goods allowed to re
main In the House, and you need not be afraid oi any old styles belntf palmed off
Ladles you are all invited to come as often as you please and It will be our
pleasure and business to turnUh you every possiblo Information as to goods and
prlis. Do not believe what others may say about us but Comb and Sua for your
selves. Do notlorjrot the place, CHAS. R. BTUART,
Eighth-at. Betwooa Washington and Commercial-avcs.
ONE SAY ONLY":
CAIRO, TUESDAY, APRIL 23.
London Sensation !
WILL CIVK TWO
At 2 and S o'clock p.m. Doors Open One
THE TRAVELING ACADEMY OK
ONE HUNDRED" COSMOPOLI
Kach Member l're-Euiinent in his Line In
Two Grand Froe Exhibitions at
1 o'clock p.m.
Thrilling wire ascension from the Rround
in Iront of the Pavilion to the top of the
eentro pole, distance of over f.sj foet,
and the wonderful performance of
the Mun-Kit-h in a Coloisal Tank of Water
See descriptive 1'rogramme, etc.
Popular Prices of Admission. St
An Histokical Fact. Every agent
who ban been steadily selling tiie Im
proved $20 tlomesiead .Sewing Machine
lor three years, owns his dwelling bouse
bus a good account In bank, la clear ot
iieht, ttnd has money at interest, the na
tural conseu.ueuee of securing a good
uxeii;y lor superior goods at the lowest
prices. A good llrsiclass Sewing Ma
chine, most useful reliable at all
turns, easy to understand and control,
tho same size and does the same work
as any machines that sells at lour times
the price. There Is no machine at any
price better, or that will do finer or more
work, and certainly none so low In prix
by many dollars. The Homestead is
widely known and used In thousands of
luiinlies in the eastern and middle states,
ana daily becoming popular In the west.
It will save its cost several times over In
one season, duing the work of the family,
or will ram lour or Ave dollars a day
for any man or woman who sews for a
living, it Is the strongest machine
made, is ready at all times to do work
makes the slrongest and II nest stitch yet
invented, and Is fully acknowledged as
the Standard Family Sewing machine.
Price, complete tor domestic use. Ites
(I need to only $20, delivered at your door,
no mutter how remote you may reside.
ItusincsB permnnent and honorable, with
more certain and rapid sales, and larger
prnlits tlmn any other. Extraordinary
liberal offers made to local or traveling
agents where we have none established;
or, if there is no agent near you, send
your order direct to the factory. Ad
dress .lob n H. Kendall & Co., 4.1 Broad
way, New York. 315-12in.
Never Known to Fall.
Dr. Morris' Svmn or Tar. Wild Chctrv
and Horehouud has never been known to
fail In .permanently curing obstinate
coughs, olds, croup, whooping coughj nor
any disease of the respiratory organs, and
it does it, too, at once. It is not neoestary
to take It for a long time before you can
discover Its bencllolal effects. Its salo In
this community in Immense, and Its popu
larity universal. It should not be classed
with compounds put up by Inexperienced
hands. Do not fall to give this great aud
potent remedy a trial. ' It will not and
eannot disappoint you. Try it once. Tilal
irixe 10 cents. Itcgulsr sixes 60 conn and
one dollar. For salo by Barclay tiro's,
cor. of Eighth itree. and Washington ave
nue, Cairo Ills.
Also agents for Prof. Tarker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never tails. Puusant
to tako, and requires no phyati'. Price
2" celts. -
Rprlng Bnliia Malta
lii tancy stripes, flannels and chevjots ot
ibe latest deal; M, from 17 to $25, at
A.M akx, 61 Ohio Levee.
TUESDAY, April 2 1878.
For Sale at a Bargain and Upon
The tye and material now used In the
publication oi the Cairo Daily and
Wkuki.y Billkti.n can be purchased at
a great bargain and upon iay terms.
The outfit embraces Iirevier and Non
pareil lor the body of the paper, display
type, three doublo wooden stands, cases,
imposing stones, proof-press, standing
galleys, etc., In short a complete news
piper outfit. This is a rare chance for
parties contemplating publishing a.
country newspaper. Property delivera
Me May 1st. Apply to or address
John II. Obkklv.
Try A.I Jaeckel'a May drink, and
don't you torget It, 13
Hargains m all departments at O.
Uaythorn & Co's. 6t
.May drink at A. Jaeckel'a saloon ops
polite the liu.LKTi.N office. lw
Don't foriret that A. Jaeekcl furn
ishes the ice cool .May drink at his sal
Hurry Walker sets up the oyster
soup lunch every morning at 9 o'clock.
Men's and boys' summer hats at O.
1 1 ay thorn & Co's. largest stock in the
Fresh shell oysters at Harry Walk
Cooley's cork corsets are tor 6ale
only by O. Haytborn & Co. Ct
At Harry Walker's crystal saloon
may be found the choicest shell oysters.
ltetneraber the show to-day. It is
worthy of patronage. Go and rce the
Thayer, Dicfenbaeb & Lewis' great
show will exhibit in Cairo to-day and
to-night 2 and 8 o'clock p.m.
Oyster Boup lunch at Harry VI alker's
Crystid saloon every evening at 9
Shell oysters just received at the
Crystal saloon. Uakry Walker.
The place to get gents' undcrweare,
fine goods, at very low prices, Is at
A. Makx, CI Ohio Levee.
Cjuery: Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburgh
Bros. "Seal of North Carolina" at the same
price f 10 3 tf.
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
9 o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial ave
nue. 1.4. ti
Mr. F. Korsmeyer is Just in receipt
of a very large and select stock of Key
West and imported cigars, to which ho
calls the special attention oi smokers.
Jaeckel received to-day per Adams
Express the necessary herbs of which he
compounds his popular May drink.
Among the.KnlghtsTempar visitor
who attended the services at the church
ot the Redeem r Easter Sunday we no
ticed Mr. Will Porter of Centralia.
Business in the fruit lino is assum
ing sucbj proportions on the Illinois
Central railroad that It will be necessary
o put on a ''fruit" train soon.
Our new stock of Ladles' Shoes,
Slippers, etc., Is the largest most com
plete in the city, and should attract tho
attention ot every buyer In this line.
tit O. Havthoiin &Co.
Uev. Mr, Morrison, S. P. Wheeler,
Esq., and Mr. Newton nenry will ad
dress the colored temperance reform clab
at their hall termor row, Monday, even
ing. The meeting ot the colored tern peri
ance club held last night was well at
tended, speeches were mode by Capt.
W. P. Wright, Rev. Mr. Morrison, Mr.
Newton Henry and others.
Jaockel's Mayflower drink is gradu
ally gaining lavor. Its principle conn
ponent parts are asperoua and adorata,
both ofwhlch are healthful and inergor
atlng herbs. 23-lw
The ladies or the M. IS. church will
(five a strawbeny and Ice cream festival
on the evening ot May Oth lor tho iur
peso ol reducing tho Indebtedness ol the
church. Place and other ; particulars
Capt. David lllner, one of tho oldest
perhaps tho oldest river man on tho
western river uieditrensacola,Fiorlda
a tew days ngo. Cupt. Miner was
known to nearly all tho citizens of this
and the adolnlng county ol Puluskl, and
all wero his warm friends. For the last
tenor twelve years ho made Mound City
Our new stock of Dry Ooods is equal
to any in the city, and embraces many
novelflo not to be found elsewhere.
Call and see them,
6t O. Haythokn &Co.
JiiHt as we go to press (4 o'clock a.m.)
this morning a tcrrilliu wind-storm struck
our town, demolishing Nheds, barns and
nuthouses, besides blowing over numerous
trees and chiranyn. Much other damage,
we prenuino, bus been done, the particular
of which will he chronicled In to-morrow's
Mayor Winter and party, announced
togo up tho Cairo and Vinceunes rail
road yesterday morning on a pleasuro
tour, did not jret off. The excursion has
been postponed until to-morrow,
Wednesday. . ,
Children ery for Pitcher's (.'astoria.
It Is as plcasmt to take aa honey. It
contains no morphine or other deleteri
ous Ingredient, and U sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulato the
boweis and stomach, and overcome ir-.
rltation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Motuerscan rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Castorla. It Is harmless,
It Is certainly speedy, aud tl is cheap. .
Mrs. L. J. Speirs has returned from
laying in her spring stock of millinery
and notions. She can say without fear
of contradiction that her stock through
out Is the finest and best selected ever
brought to Cairo. She only a.-ks the
public to call and examine her goods and
be convinced that she competes success
fully with nil others In these goods. She
will have auctions on tho first Saturday,
Irorn 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. ot each month
to make room, as she will receive new
(foods in the latest style daily. She will
le pleaded to show goods to all who may
call. Cor. 8th street, in ilio Alexander
county bank bank building. 3-3-1 in
The i-katlng rink will close to-night.
Mr. Lee, the manager, decline to psy
the license imposed by the city authori
ties, nU I'unee his departure. For some
days alter the rink was opened no
license was exacted, and It was not uns
till Friday or Saturday evening that
Chief Arter dropped in at the rink aud
demanded the usual two dollars aud fif
ty cents a day truiu Mr. J.tc. This he
pail under protest, and now proposes to
appeal to the law to see 11 he cannot get
his money back, and to ascertain if his
establishment comes under the ordin
ances, and whether or not ho can be
compelled to pay license at all. ;ilr.
Lee, we believe, claims that the skating
exercises are nothing more than a sclioul
and as such he eannot be compelled to
pay license. The case will be tried to
day at 2 o'clock before Judge Hird.
To-day, Tuesday, April 23d, Thay
er, Diefcnboch & Lewis' great show
will give two grand performances In our
city, at 2 and 8 p.m. The managers are
veterans in the show business, and the
company has been enthusiastically re
ceived in every city kbits visited.
The company consists ot many well
known artists, presenting every line of
the acrobatic, athletic and g mnastic pro
fession. Hindoo jugglers, Japanese
pDsturers, Chinese contortionists, finnan
salamanders, ceilitig-walkcr, wire
wnlkers, etc., etc., presenting altogether
a most novel and entertaining exhibi
tion, tor a full description of which we
refer to tho descriptive irogrammes.
Dr. James L. Thayer has long been
known as one of the mot popular man
agers in the couutry, and his name is a
powerful attraction in itself, being a
guarantee that tho announcements will
be carried out In good faith. There will
be two r.cc exhibitions at 1 p.m. M'lle
Leonard! will ascend from ground to the
top ol the centre pole on a single wire,
and Blatta, tho man-lish, will give one
of his astonishing performances In a
Dr. H. Waldo, surgeon in charge ol
the United States marine hospital at this
port, yesterday called our attention to a
ciretilur loiter from the supervising sur
geon general "with reference to the trans
portation o! sick ami disabled seamen to
hospltals,discribing tho manner In which
relief may be furnished under certuincir
cuinstances at third-class stations," from
which we learn that the hospltul services
have been divided into districts and the
districts into stations of classes, one, two
aud three. That it is the aim ot the
service notto furnMi relief at stations of
the third class except in extreme cases!
but to proyide transportation lor the
sick to the nearest station of classes one,
the dcslro of tho department being that
tho service should be centered as far as
possible at the relief stations of the first
class. There are eight districts. In tho
district of tlieOliio, Louisvillo, Cincinnati
and Kvansvillo are stations ot ' clays
oue; Chattanooga. Nashville, Pitts
burg and Wheeling ot class two;
and Paducah and Parkersburg class
throe. In the district of the Mississippi
the stations ol class one are St. Louis
and Cairo. Stations clus3 two: His
marck, Dubuque, La Cross, Memphis,
Pembina, St. Paul and Vicksburg. Class
three: llurlington, Galena, Moorehead,
Natchez mid Omaha.
Th marriage ot Mr. John Alsthorpo
to Miss Ada lialllday, at, the church ol
the Redeemer, last evening attracted a
great crewd of people to tho church aud
long before the hour announced lor the
marriage to take place tho houso was
crowded and every seat and every loot of
Standing room was occupied. At a tew
minutes putt eight o'clock the bridal
party made their appearaiii:c,aud march
ed down the ulslo to the altar. Miss Ella
Armi-trong and MIssLucretla Walbrldgo
acted as bridesmaids, and Mr. Hurry
Hughes niiti a strange gontlomun as
groomsmen.. Mrs. HugheH, mother ot
tho bride, and nearly all the relatives
were present. Capt. WV P," Ilallidaj'
gave the brldo away Tho beautiful
ceremony ol the Kplscopal church over,
tho purty left the church and returned to
the residence ot the bride's mother,
where a reception was held from nine till
eleven o'clock. During tho evening the
bride and groom were the recipients of
the congratulations ol a large number of
friends and of not a lew presents. They
lett by the twelve o'clock train on a
bridal tour to Chicago and the east, and
will bo absent several weeks.
Cairo. Ills., Monday EvKNtxo.l
, April 22, 1878.
' The market is quiet, and except in
corn and oats, business has been un
usually Black, and transactions generally
The flour market la unsettled, and
transactions since our last report have
been more than ordinarily light. Prices
aro weak and irregular, and decidedly
in buyers 'favor. Transactions are con
fined to the order trade, outside ot which
there is nothing doing. Keeeipts are lib
eral and stocks good. The market Is
largely 'overstocked with hay, and
prices are low and declining. Choice
timothy, held at $10 50(a)ll on Saturday
wus oilcrine to-day at $11) without
Lakers. Common low grade hay Is otter
ing at $5 50(0,6, but parties willing to
purchase eveu at these figures are yery
scarce. There Is an actlvo demand for
corn, and prices are steady and firm at
quotations. liccclptB are light and the
supply on the market small. The de
mand lor oats is fairly active, 'and prices
are steady at 31(a32c for sacked. Kes
ceipts are limited and tho supply In the
hands of dealers small. Meal is a shade
lowers and we now quote ciiy at $2 10
2 20 aud country K. D. at $1 05(a)
1 10. Tho demand is only mod
erately active. The supply is lully
equal to the demand. Bran is steady at
$12 507.i,i:i. The supply Is liberal. The
muiket is largely overstocked with po
tatoes, and prices uru lower and weak
The demand is very light. Receipts of
butter are good, and the supply of all
grades Is now lar.', while the demand is
liht and prices lower and declining. Ke
eeipts of egs are lair; the supply, how
ever, is small, and tho demand good and
prices steady at J(5j. The supply of
poultry on the market Is good and prices
are steady at quotations. There aro a
tew strawberries on the market, though
they arc ot an inferior quality, and sell
ing at 1215,15c per box. Choice would
sell readdy at 20fa.25c. Vegetables ot
all kinds are plenty, and selling very
KATKS OP FREIGHT TO NKW ORI.KASS AND
Drybbl 2i ;w
Grain special 15
Pork & lJeef 30 40
11 ay 15 20
Bank landings 5 cents per 100 lbs., and
10 cents per bbl. fugtier.
ftjjfOur friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are only lor
sales from lirst hands in round lots, in
tiling orders and for broken lots it Is
necessary to charge au advance upon
The market is unsettled, and transac
tions since our last report have been
light. Prices are weak and In buyers'
favor. The demand is confined entirely
to the order trade. Receipts are liberal
and stocks are good. Wo note sales of
l-'obbls. XXX 5 3i
50 " XXX o 2o
100 " Various Grades on
orders 4 00(30 00
COO " Various urades on
orders 4 OO00G 00
200 " anous Urades on
orders 4 OOfiiG 00
125 ' Choice Family 6 7.
The market is overstocked with hay
and prices are low and 'weak. Choice
Timothy Is offering at $10, while low
grade hay is offering as low.as $5 50
with no buyers. Receipts are large
We note sates of 2 cars prime Timothy
nt $9 50:2 can mixed ntfs; 2 cars
choice Timothy at $10; G cars common
mixed at $G?.
There is an active demand lor corn
and prices are firm at quotations. Re
ceipts are llht, and the supply on the
market small. Sales reported were
cars whito in bulk at 40c; 1 car mixed In
bulk at 3Sc; 3 cars white In sacks at 45c
There is a lairly active demand for
oats at 31(s32c in sacks. Keeeipts are
l.mited and tho stock on the market only
fair. Sales noted were 6 cars mixed in
sacks at 31c; 2 cars mixed in sacks at 31c
5 cars mixed In sacks at 31 jc
Tho demand is only moderately active.
and prices are a shade lower. City Is
now quoted at $1 151 20 and K. D. at
$1 051 10. Tho supply is fair. Sales
wero 150 bbls. city at $2 20; 100 do, $2 15
2 20; 100 bbls. country K. D., $2 05
Bran 13 in good supply and steady at
$12 50(a,13, The demand Is only fairly
active. Sales were 2.50 Backs at $12 DO;
100 sacks at $13.
Tho market is largely overstocked and
prices are very low. Tho demand is
limited. Sales were 50 bbls puachblows
at $1 05; 150 bushels In sacks at 30c; 100
sacks clioico peacbblows at 25c.
Receipts of all kinds of butter have
been large, and tho supply is now in
excess of the demand and prices are
lower, aud still declining. Sales were 13
pkgs Southern Illinois at l315c; 3 tubs
Southern Illinois at 12q IB buckets
medium grade at 1015o. ' 1'" v
Receipts are fair, though the the sup
ply Is small. The demand Is good and
prices steady. Sales were 11 pkgs at 0c;
2 boxes at tjc; 6 cases at SJc; 450 dozen
Receipts oi poultry are large, and the
supply on the market is good. The de
mand to lair and prices steady at quota
tions.' Sales reported were 7 coop mix
e J chickens at $2; 5 coops hens at $a SS
2 B0; 20 dozen mixed chickens at $2 25;
1 coop choice bena at $2 60.
Sales were 3 tierces S. O. P. bams at
71c; 2 tierces bacon shoulders at 4c, !
LARD. S ;.
Sales were 6 Uerc3s kettle rendered at
$7 13&7 25; 12 kegs do at $7 50 ,
Hales were 100 barrels grits at $2 75.
It U Impossible to state prices tor
garden vegetables. The market Is full
of them, and prices vary so that quota
tions cannot be fixed. Green peas,
beans and new cabbage are becoming
Receipts of strawberries are limited,
and those that arrive are of an interior
quality and cannot be sold at anything
like a good price tor early berries.
Choice berries would bring 20 to 25c per
box, while those now ou the market are
selling at 1215c, and are hard to dis
Sales were 200 bbls. Ohio river at $1 15
SIGNAL SKRVICX REPORT.
STATION. LOW WATSB. R1m or Fall
ft, nr. ft. in.
Cairo It) -I X 7
Cincinnati 1J 4 4
L)veniKrt 3 S X i J
Plttatmrit 3 11 4
Louiivlllo .. 7 & 1'
Keokuk -- 5 2X4
St. Louia IS in X S
JAMES M. WATSON.
Sergeant Hiitniil Service, U. O. A
The Charlie Bowes No. 2 arrived from
The Port EaV barges will make addi
The Golden Rule was deeply laden for
'J. he Alf Stephens, City ot Vhksburg and
Cons Miller passed south.
Ttie Eddy vllle brought 103 tons pit; iron
and 10 bhds. tobacco from Nsshville.
The Smoky City with empty barges and
the steamer Simloolc In tow passed up the
On Sunday the Helena brought 271 bales
of cotton for the Eaat. Mr. Tom Xorthup,
her clerk, stopped off and teak charge of
the Lewis Coal company ifl this city.
The Oil City, a cog-wheel lerryhoat, with
the hull oi the Qolconda, another dilapi
dated water-craft specimen In tow, came
Into port Saturday and laid up here.
The Coahoma, Charlie Bowen, U. P.
Schenck, Ja'sW. Gaff, Mary Miller, Cha's
Morgan and C. B. Church Passed to tho
Ohio. The Morgan was lull of people.
Btaoluttona of Keapect .
To the Noble Grand tnd Brothers of Alex
ander Lodge, Ho. iti, I. O. O. F., Cairo.
Brothers: Your cemmlttee, appoint
ed to draft resolutions of respect upon
the death of our Brother, B. G. Gilmore,
respectfully submit the following :
Resolved, That in the death ot our well
beloved Brother, B. G. Gil more, this
lodge bas lost one ot its most exemplary
members, his lamily a kind husband and
indulgent father, his employers one who
was always faithful, and our community,
an estimable aud unassuming citizen.
Resolved, That the ballot the lodge be
draped in mourning tor thirty days.
Resolved, That a page ot the records
be set apart sacred to his memory.
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions be furnished the bereaved family
ot our deceased brother, and also a copy
ot the same be furnished the city papers
jGn.N II. Oberi.y,
Cairo, Ills., April 21st, 1878.
1 lm Nkatlnjr Rink.
There will bu skating at tho riiik
Tuesday forenoon, at 10 o'clock, for
ladies only, and skating in the alternoon
for all hands as usual. The entertain
ment will close in the evening with a
grand masquerado ball. All are cordial
ly Invited to attend. Good music will
be In attendance.
All those needing anything in the pro
vision line will do well to call at Nos. 70
and 71 Ohio Levee, before purchasing
elsewhere, l'ork. Bacon, Lard, etc., all
In good stock and prices downl down
down! VV. P. YVuiGnT.
April 22, 1378. lm.
Mnrx'si Hwt llauae.
This house has become one ot the most
popular hat houses In the city, Why ?
Because you always find the best in the
country, such as the celebrated John B.
Stetson direct from the factory, eyery
one made to order.
A. Marx, (il Ohio Lcvco.
Tho Simmons refrigerators; also wa
tor coolers, ice cream Ireezers; window
and door wire cloth, bird cages, llower
stands, hanging baskets, fishing tackles
and a thousand other things at v
tf . Xo. 115 Commercial avenue.
A round gold locket containing the
picture of a child and marked on out
side, "From Win. Brlttow." Tho finder
will be suitably rewarded by leaving at
this ollice. 4-2(Mt.
1 1 1 i
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Eolser building, where he Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hid patro.is and the public who
may favor him w th a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
soupleof nicely furnished rooms, which
be has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. Ho em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patroniae him will have their wants
attended to m style and will receive
courteous treatment. '' .... V.
' SSI rrab Ornsar. 7 J..' ', ,
Mayor Winter will receive this morns
Ing the .last shipment of ; Iresh oysters
that will be received this season. ', They
will be extraordinary large and fine and
pat up expressly lor easier use. So send
Jons; yottf buckets and gel your caster
dinner apply. ':: ''::;' 'v
TheWonsin's Christian Temperance
Union will meet this alternoon (Tues
day) at 4 o'clock, Instead of 3 as hereto
fore, at the Temperance Reform hall.
Mou.i E. Webb, sec y.
My Tailoring Depaj-tmeui
Is now complete with Mr. Victor Radl
ol Stroasburg, but more recently of St.
Louis, presiding at tho cutting board.
Spring goods, Iresh and new, offered a
reduced prices. A perfect fitting gar
mont guaranteed. Thanking tho trade
lr past favors I wish a continuance of
the same. Jon.v Antkim.
AT TUENEB HALL.
Skating this forenoon for ladies.
This afternoon for all.
Masquerade to-ulght, and all aro in
Vlted to attend. Good music in attend
Just received by Taber Rros. a fine ass
sortmeut of beautilul heavily plated
ware, suitable for wedding present.
Also, just completed the manufacture of
some tine Jewelry of beautiful design.
All of which aro now open lor inspeo
etlle Colinn' l.aan.lrjr.
Mrs. Lettlo Coleman baa reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between waah
Inftou and Commercial avenues, and takes
this method ot informini: her old IriendH
and patrons that she I s ai(aln at their ser
vice, and solicits their patronage. She ban
reduced prices to suit the times.
CHICAGO ICE CREAM.
1 am now prepared to lurnish the
above creain at my
LADIES ICE' CREAM.PARLORS,
having had a practical workman ot that
city In my employ for the past eight
months who worked in the largest ice
cream factory in thut city. 1 have also
returnis-hed my parlors with fine marble
top tables and finest chairs; in tact 1 havn
us fine a place as any in the larger cities.
I will wait on my pa'.rons myself and
will see that they receive prompt atten
tion. Call aud.be convinced.
Phil H. Salt,
Corner Eighth Street and Washington
Avenue. 4 7
Whipping- the Wrong; lioy.
While whipping a boy at school, the
master found him laughing heartily, aud
the harder he whipped the louder the
boy laughed. Stopping, he angrily ask
ed, "What are you laughing at?" "Sir,"
said the youth, who could hardly sup
press bis laughter, "you aro whipping
the wrong boy." So physicians, when
depending upon a limited experience lu
determining the Dature of some delicate
aud complicated alllietion, often treat the
wrong disease Many times women call
upon their family physicians, one with
dyspepsis and palpitation, another with
trouble ot the breast, another with pain
hero and there, and In this way they all
present alike to themselves and their
easy-going and indifferent doctor, sepa
rate and distinct diseases, for which he
prescribes his pills aud potions, assum
ing them to bo such, when In reality,
they arc all symptoms caused by some
uterine disorder. While the physician is
ignoraut ol the cause ot suffering, he
encournges his pralice until large bills
are made, when the buffering patient Is
no butter, but probably worse for the
delay, treatment and various complica
tions made. A proper medicine directed
to the cause would perhaps have entirely
removed the disease, thereby instituting
comfort instead ot prolonged misery.
Mrs. Henry Tatterson, ot New York
Cltv. writiiur to Dr. It. V. l'lerce of
Buffalo, N. Y., says: "I had been un
der an eminent physician's care for
eight months lor what he called "spinal
disease." I became worse during all
this tlmo, when chancing to Bee a copy
ot your Medical Adviser at the residence
! of a irleod. I read that part devuud to
woman and her diseases.' I soon be
came convinced that uiy disease was a
uterine affection, which, as you say,
cauBod sympathetic backache, inward
lever, nervous and general debility. 1
commenced the use ot your Favorite
Prescription and Golden Medical Dis
covery, applying also the local treatment
which you recommend in the Adviser,
and in three months I was well and
Tim Cairo ltetorm cluo will Live a
,'raml b all and supper at tho club build-
lug on Tenth street, Wednesday cveu
Ing, April 24th. The large and spacious
reading room will be cleared lor the oc
vasion and supper spread lu the lecture
room. Gome, everybody, aud have a
rrood tlmo and help a good cause.
'Tickets. $1.00. 4 IStd
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT,
To Whom it Hay Concern:
The underaiiined administrator of t)ir
(state ot Jexhua S. Tates, deceased, hero-
tf Kives notice tout ne wan djhkb a uual re
port of bla acta and doings as such adminis
trator to the County court ot Alexander
county, at tne aiay term tnercor, a. i.
1878, to-wlt: on Monday, May 20th, 1X71
aud will then and there ask for a full aud
final settlement of his accounts aud for a
dlscbartft) from all further liability as ad
ministrator ot satd estate.
, April 22, 1878. Aduiiuiauator,
Nott of rinal rtuiue.
To Whom It May Concern i . ' .
The underaiKned administrator ot the
.istate ol Jams. U. 5l,1u,.t?a'
Hereby Klves notloe that he- will make a
ln.lriportorh.saou U doings aj audi
dmlnlitrator to the Coun y eour, of A.
under couaty, i May term thereof. A.
1J. 18".8. to-witi on Monday, ;
n , will then and taer. ask lor a lull
Md flnal MtUtment of bit aecoMDtt and for
iidi-charg. irom all further liability at ad
tunlstrator ot nM tt-v,TMnanM
April 17tt, 1878.
Stats of I -ukou, 1 .
A 1vanHaF Ca. . f
In the Circuit Court of AlaxawUr Count.
CleminaF. Uarllettand Vol-
nay 8. BarUett, iwf bu- Dill In ChincT
b""l, , o '
vi. . , FoitcloM Mob,
Mary Stewart and WillUm HK0.
Paid delerulania are bereh? noticed that the
above entitled iui la pending In mm! court, aat
tl.e thus and plaea of the return of aumiuona la
ih.ul. (ha nr.xt term of ealu Ouurt. to ba
holden at the conrt Douaa In the olty of Cuiro, in
Mid comty. on the third Monday In May, a.
D. 1S7S. JOHN A.attKKV.
tiwKH i Gilbibt, Clerk of laid Court
Whihiah, Orrin M. llrainard.of the county
oOMeiamlnr, in Uie atte of Illinois, did, outhe
aithol iwpuiiilwr, A. U. li77, exeeuU) and Ue
liver to C. . i'iiwt A Co. a chattel tuongniie,
wnichit recorded in the reourder'e office, ol Uie
countyol Alexander, alula of lllineia, in UxiK
"C" of chattel InorlKKa. on tmife l, thereby
contejiug to the aunt C. O. fuller A to. the
followiin decritied and chattels, to-wtt:
TwopLucra, two leaveriJiK inachiuee, together
with bclta for running auine, one atotmnarv
uiKine tnd boiler, etc., to secure the payment of
a certain uromiBory note mentioned in l
chattel UiortaKe, aud default uavinx been ruatlu
in the payment of said note, and in the perionu
ance ol'ccruia other of said condiiiooa of aald
.Now, therefore, notice ig hereby (riven that the
undersigned of said niortKKKe, by virtue of the
terms and conditions ot said luortgaae, will,
ah 21IU Uny of April, A. .IM7.
at a u'clock In tne forenoon of said day. at the
court house, in the county and Btato aforesaid,
sell at public auction t the higheat and beat bid
der tor cash, all ql the aforesaid goods aud
Hated this -1UH day of March, A. D. 178.
CO. VAT1EK A CO.,
3 23 3t Mortgagees
Stat or Illinois, )
Alexander Co., J
In the Circuit Court ot Alexander County,
May Term. A. I. ISO.
Wood Kitlmihou.-o4 and I
Joseph 11. Ktttunliouse,
partners doing business
under the Ilrui name of I
"Wood Kitleuhouse &
Samuel E. Thompson,
John Hinuot and Ed
ward V. Uilsoa, as part
ners doing business un
der the hrin tiume of "8.
K. Thompson & Co."
Notice U hereby given to said above-
named defendants that a writ of attach
ment has bocn sued out of tho Circuit
court, at the suit of tteid pluintltlti n'.'um-t
stid defendants for mi J sum ot five hun
dred thirteen ttnd lurcy-eiht oue hun
dredth dollars, directed to the x Ik-rill of
said Alexander county to executo, wMcii
writ has been returned by sum siierltr exe
cuted. How, uulens you, the said delend
ants, shall personally be and uppeur belure
said court ou the first day ot tne next term
thereof, to be holden at tue court house in
the city of Cairo, Illinois, on the third Mon
day ot May, A. i). la7S, give i-peeiil bail
and plead to said action, judgment will lw
entered against you In lavor of said plain
tills and tno property attached foij to Mil
ibiy the game with costs.
JOH.N A UKE YE, Clerk.
GitKEN & Gilbkut, Att'ys for ITt'ns.
Eitatoof A. 11. SttlTord, deceased.
'J. he unUersiKUed having been aio:med rxeru
tr.Xofthc last will and tcslauiuut of A. 11. tfal
I'onl, late of the county of Alexander aud sutc ol
Illinois, deceased, beuby gives notice Umt iihe
will u(iar belore the County court uf Alexan
der county, at thecinirt house, in Cairo, at the
May term, on the thirl Monday in May next, lit
which time all T3onit havinx cairm aponst
said estate are notilicrt and requested to alluuU lor
the purpose of having ihe sumo adjusted. All
jienons indebted to said rntale are ruUested to
make immediate payment to the underpinned,
Dated Uu 1Mb day ot March, A. i., Is7
ASMA . aAKfUltll,
A'otleo t i'ositractorN.
office Ov City Clxhk I
Calio. IIS.. Ai.rll 10th.. laTS. 1
4. ,.-.! niv,nA..U ..-lit ... ,.n,.,..r.l u. ihlj
oilice, until f o'clock p.m. of Tue.vluy, tho
itn day ot May, A. 1. l78, for tho hlilni;
and grading oi OoO cubic yards of earth
on luirteeiiin struct, betwecu Walnut
street and Washington avenue.
'lhewora to bo dono tinder tho direc
tion and upproval ol the committee on
The rinht to reject any or nil bVk it re
served by tho city . J. 15. l'mi.LlS,
uti city tiers.
To Joshua 'i. Had, ail administrator de bnl
non of thi) estate ot Uuaea Clark, dtie.iKd; the
iiuKnowu heira ol lloaea Chirk, ucceuAeil, ttieuu-
known ownra ol inid ten U"l , eleven (il; ami
twelve (t'J), in block aeveuteen, in the ciiy ol
Cairo, couuiy of Alexander ami state ji llliuoU;
Henry It. seelye, truette lor the use ot Jamea
hihlvs. the unknown owucrii ol loot oat 111 to
eiiiut (N. hoth Inoluiive, in block eighteen (is),
intlieiuu'i city ot wairot tne uuanuwn lie in or
Lunacy f - i'eelcr, decuaeedi Hiram Waller,
William Miither, the unknown hem and duvi-M-UH
oi lleiijainui t'. K 1 wards, deceased ; Gcorco
navlu aii'i aih-k'u K-'Kurtalu. You, and eaih ot
yuu.arc hereby noliuVd tnaton the llti day ot
Airil, '"if, the Cairo and Vincennes railroad
omiliany hied lu the ollice of the Clerk oi the
jllcxanuer county cirruii cuurt a iieutiun to con
demn , lor the ue of aaid railiowl, amongst
others, lots ten eleven in) ami twelve (uj,
block seventeen!!! (H); lots oue (I) to eujut
(si. both inclusive, in block eiauhrn (Is)', lut
ono (I) in bluck twenty ('AO, all in the city ot
Cairo, county uf Alexander aud ttatc of lilinoja ;
also lot two t'l), aix(ii), eleven (11), flv l"1),
seven (), eigbt (s), twelve U-) and fomxen
(ill, In lueliulclauuillon to s.ml city ol cam,in
which voil arc inU'resled. which said nvtition is
addretaediollun. DavidJ- Uaker, Juflue ol s.u
cin-iid court, )itaymK that the comiHrnaation to
be paid to the several owners or bums svei'ineu
In said ietil:ou may ba assessed accorUiDg to
law. . .
You aro further notlliod that the Hon. David
J. ltaker, Judge as aluresaid, has, by endorse
ment on aaid petition, fix d tue J.tli day el
May, 1S7S, a tbc day tor Uie hearing tlitreol.
Uatexl April UUi,
Clerk Alexander Coun.y Circuit Court.
Baulxl F. Whkklku,
Aliomey fur fetitiouer.
PETITION IN BAMiUUI'Tt'Y.
tn the district court of the dated States, for
the southern district uf Illinois.
la bankruptcy Ho. W
In the matter of Wataon II. Iiuckweil, bank
Notice Is hereby- fiivetl that t netit ina has been
filed in aid court by laid Waisou II. Uockwell,
now of lloulder. in Ihe county uf lluulder in die
itatc uf Colorado, duly iks lured bankrupt auiler
me w oi empress oi aiarcu -nii, i&i, aim me
aineivintenis tiiervto, tor a ilischariie and oertia
cate thereof, from all Ilia debts uud uther clwuia
jirovable under said act, aud tlml the tveondaay
of May, A. 1. 1x7s, at eleven o'clock a. is., it
aiHitfnedfor tiie hearing of the aiue in wid
court, at tne muted Slates court rnnui ib ins uij
ol tpriii(( Ueld, when and whuro all creditors ol
(aid bankrupt, and all other person in tnuircit,
may attend and show cause, it any Uiey have,
I why the piayer of said iwlltiuner rhould not be
granted. , tiLollUEP 1IUVU.S,
l.lNailAJt t 1.AN4BKN, I citr
Attorneys for I'etlt'oncr. S ...
Notice) to onlractora.
Okkicb of City Ci ikk.
Caiao, Ills., April flrd, 187S.I
Ke;ilet! propovaia will be received at this
otllco until o'clock- p.m. of Tuesday lh
ilb day of May, 1878, for the tllltni and
uradintf ol U(H1 cubic yards of earth on
Commercial avenue, betwocn Thirtieth
and 'I'blrty-tourih utrouts, on tho westerly
side ot the V. rb1 V. It. It. track.
t he work is to bo done tinder the direc
tion and approval of the committee on
I be rlnht to reject any or all bids la
rstrvod. . J. 11. 11I1I.LIH.
View of Marriage !
MawsvwaaaaainBfai a Ouins to Wiv-irSoa awl
-untklMillal ItMlua -Q Ihe
lullw ot inarrlafi, aae tae
uMtMrt lhar huiii sr a i uie
nM r Jt.-preduetien u4
i'i- tnwaava ff wenria,
A bfHlh for SrltltS. SMMI4
.-.t. nadiaf, mi tiagea, kflN
IVA1E aitPICAL ADVIiCRI
.ra! s Prlvsia nil are auutM .m Am
aauae. kio , " vm-wi, sua iae mm
KMMOfrvn, tn li-nM,arl.
A CUNUfAL LliCTUaa nu Ik. ahoM dtwtM M
KioM ofllir rkreatwi.1 Luna, 0tarT.89ulK
.1ih-r twk anUMMii nrfl Madsti itn m
Mrfalnlltf .lOl-'rt-.. SrautlfullV IUmiUU. UU