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SUNDAY, April 28, 1879.
Go lo church to-day. B icootl.
Fresh ahell oysters Ht Hurry Walk
JuiIkh Itross lias returned Irora his
trip up tlm JIllnelH Central.
Mr. Ktfuew of tbe Bt. Charles hotel la
Hill coulined to 111 borne with aklno .
Try A. Jaeckel'ii May drink, uml
ilon't you torjjet 1t, lw
!., the- skating rink roan. U drtrin
a lively business la Mound City.
At Hurry Walker' crystal saloon
nitty be found tlie choicest shell oysters,
Tbe tirbt strawberries wero shipped
from Villa Hlde early last wot k. '1 bey
went to Chicago.
May drink at A. Jacekel'g saloon ops
pOiitft thO BULLKTIN oIllCC. lw"
Tbe tuirkct bore la unuaatly full of
vegetables for tbl season of the yur fid
prim ar ver '
Don't foriret that A. Jaeckcl furn
ishes the Ice cool Mty drink at Ills sal.
Ileuiomberthatllin. P. H. S. I'lnch
bank of Louisiana, will lecture la tbe
Aiheneumou Tuesday evening.
Harry Walker sets up the oyster
loup lunch every tnornlnjt at 9 o'clock.
Cbas. Hell, nephew of James H'dl of
Cohdcn, has accepted a position aa book
keeper in the box and basket factory.
I willjofler on Monday morning 100
pieces Hamburg edgings at prices much
below their actual values. Stuart,
It 8th Street.
-It Is fM that Mr. John P. Hely
will, in nil probuhlllty, be among the list
f candidates for sherltJ this tall.
Oyster soup lunch at Harry Y alktr's
Crystal saloon every tvenlnt; at b
Who shall we have to deliver the
oration on decoration day, is now an Im
portant question with the committee of
Shell oysters Just received at the
Crystal wi'o n. Hakkt Wai.keh.
Keep the goods moving, sell Budget
more new good?,! Stuart's motto. Look
out tor cheap goods this week and more
New lines ol hosiery from 5c. to $1.25
at Stuart's 8ih street dry goods house.
Owing to the sickness of one and
sickness In the family of another of the
attacbees of the ISllletin olllce, we are
compellid to omit our school column
The place to get gents' uudcrweare
Hue goods, at very low price. Is tit
A. Maux, CI Oh o Levee.
Jaeckel received to-day per Adams
Express the necessary herbs of which lie
compounds his popular May drink.
(Jtiery: Why will men smoke common
tobacco when the y can buy Marburgb
Hros, "Seal of North Carolina" at the same
price ? 18 8 tf.
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
9 o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial aves
Genuine bargains in table linen?,
tmpkuis, towels, toilets, quits, sbeatlngs.
etc., at Stuart's. The attention of
housekeepers la called to this oQcrlng.
Tue.Ii:lU City lire company announ
ces a gran t strawberry festival for the
evening of May 15th. Full particulars
will bu made known hereafter.
Politics are becoming lively among
our neighbors In Missouri, and the long
list of announcements in the Charleston
'(Soulier' indicates that there are a good
many men in that locality who aro wiN
ling und at.xlous to serve tho "dear peo
At tho cliurcb ol the Redeemer there
will be services at the usual hours to
day 10 o'clock a. m. and 7.30 o'clock
p. in. In the evening there will bo a
children's Kaster celebration, consisting
of Knsterc trols.hullding the Easter cross
and raising an Faster sentence, etc. All
are invited to attend.
Tho county Jail contains but nine pris
onersabout equally divided between
whites and Hacks. Among tbe prisoners
Is a young white woman who is chargod
vtlt'.i tholt. Bhels a como'y looking girl,
and fairly intelligent. Her home is In
Mrs. Bogge, mother-in-law ,of Mr
Fred HofThelnj lias returned to this city.
Mr. lloffhelnz; who, since lie baa left
hero, has boon engaged la business In
Washington, D. C, will also return and
make Culro.hls;permanent homo.
-Our old friend Wm. Deagan.who has
many acquaintances In this city, paid
Cairo a flying visit after
an absenon of quite a number
of years. Mr. Doagan doubtless rei
recalls tu tho mind of many of our young
men ''the good.olddays of yore."
Tbe class which was examined lor
confirmation In the Germ in Luthern
church last Sunday will be continued
this morning. Service In the morning
will commence at; 10 o'clock, tiunduy
school at 3 o'clock p, m.
Jaeekel'a Mayflower drink Is grtt in
ally gaining lavor. Iti principle oom
iioni'iit narta aro asnnpona adnruru
t - - - - " -1' - -"w wuwa tatiMf
which U a healthful and lnorgoratlng
Mr. F. Korsmeyer Is Just In receipt
of a very lare and select stock of Key
West and Imported cigars, to which he
calls ths special attention ol smokers.- '
There will be religious services In
the 1'rtsbyteriun church this morning
and evening at the regular hours, Kev.
Mr. Georgo ofllclatlng. The public Is
invited to attend.
The usual Sunday services will he
held in ttio Metnodist church to-day,
both morning and evening. A cordial
invitation Is extended to all to attend.
The celebrated Quaker City fine
white shirts warranted to be tho bt
made anil most perfect'.lltting shirt
uiaiiiifactured In the United States.
Measures taken and a perfect fit guar
anteed. Headquarters for gents' furn
ishing goods at Stuart's, Eighth St.
I will offer this week an entirely
new lino of fans, parasols, sun um
brellas, etc., at prices much lower that
the same goods can be bought tor else
where. Stuart, Eighth St.
Mr. O. Greenly, ol Ooose Island, wu lu
tbe elty yesterday, and from bltn we learn
that the wheat was not so badly damaged
by the late storm as was at tlrnt supposed,
and that tbe actual loss of wheat will be
very awall. Jlowevor, fences, fruit and
forest trees were badly "demoralized," and
Urn lorn In this particular will be very
The announcement that the celebrated
P. B. 8. Plnchbotk of New Orleans will
lecture in tbe Albeneum on Tueitday, com
ing next, has created quite a stir among
our citizens. "Pinch" has been so promi
nently before tho public for tbe last few
yearn Uat nearly every one desires to see
and hear hlra. Pincbback Is an able man
and bis lecture on the occasion w"l be
sure to irlng out a bl crowd.
Ch.ldren cry for Pitcher' Castoria
it Is as pleasant to take as honey. It
contains do morphine or other deleteri
ous Ingredient, and Is sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
boweis and stomach, and overcome Ir
ritation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Motnersca:) rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Castoria. It la harmless,
it Is certainly speedy, aud it Is cheap.
Mr. BUoerauker, agent lor the Van
Vnrris road scraper, yeaterday gave an ex
hibition of the workings of tba machine In
the presence of a large number of citizens,
among them tbe mayor and several mem
bars of tbe city council. Tbe trial was
made finton Washington avenue near tbe
custom house, and afterwards near Col.
Teylor'sotlice, then on several cross street.
Tbe machine worked like a charm, and
tbe amount of work done In tbe short time
tho trial ws going on, was equal to that of
a dozen men for three or four days. Tbe
acraper does lu work In good shape, and
those ot onr citizens who witnessed tbe
trial were impressed with the Idea that it
would be agool thing for tbe city to pur
chase one of tbtm.
Persons wishing anything in the line
of millinery goods, will do well to call a
the establishment ol Mrs. H. S. Carson
& Co., as tbe goods are all fresh, new
and of the latest importations, styles and
faahions. Mew goods Just received and
will be during the season every few days.
All are invited to call at that establish
ment on Commercial avenue opposite
Winter's block near Seventh street,
formerly occupied as a toy storp, Cairo,
A new German school will be opened
on tbe first ot May, 1878, at the old Ger
man school-house, on Fourteenth street.
Parents wishing to send their children
there, cannot have a better opportunity.
Also an evening school will be opened.
Ladies and gentlemen wishing to learn
the German or French languages, will
do well to take advantage ot this ops
portunlty. Terms moderate, according
to the times. For particulars addrets
lock box 819. P. M. Friedkrich.
CHICAGO ICE CREAM.
I am now prepared to luruisb the
above cream at ray
LADIES ICE' CttEAM.PAKLOUS,
having had a practical workman ot that
e'tj in my employ for the past eight
months who worked in the largest lea
cream factory In that city, I have also
relurnlohed my parlors with line marble
top tables and finest chairs; In fact 1 have
as tine a place as any in the larger cities,
I will wait on my patrons myself and
will see that they receive prompt attend
tlon. Call and.be convinced.
run. II. Sai p,
Corner Eighth Street and Washington
Avenue. 4 7
Noticb. Persons having cisterns
damaged by the late storm can have the
same repaired or new ones built prompt
ly and at prices to suit the times by caN.
Hug on or by addressing the undersigned
through P. O. J. S. Hawkins.
. Louie Coleiuaa'a i.annilry.
Mrs. Lettle Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between wash
In ton and Commercial avenuos, and takes
this method ot Informing her old friends
and patrons that she is again attbelr ser
vice, and solicits their patronage- She ban
reduced prices to suit the times.
Scaled proposals will be received Until
Monday, the Cth day of Msy, '1S78, at
the store of Thomas Keaue, comer
Washington avenuo and Twelfth street.
for the construction of a brick engine
house (or the Hibernian fire company.
Bids will be received for carpenter and
brlok work separately and also Jointly.
The committee reserve tho right to re
ject any . and all bids.
Plans aud specifications may now bo
cen at the store ol Mr. Keane.
. P. J.TllISTLEWOOD,
P. Fitzgerald, -
' 1. J. UOWLKT.
Estlrr Dcortlon WeUdlnsr March
One of the most elegant and "recherche"
weddings, that has ever taken place In
Cairo, occurred on last Monday evening,
April 22nd, 1878, at the church of the
Redeemer (Episcopal), between Miss
Ad C. Halllday, niece ot the gentlomen
comprising the well-known Arm of Halll
day Bros., and Mr. John S. Aisthorne ot
tho City National bank. Tho church,
which had been most lavishly and beauti
fully decorated for tho caster festival had
Us beauty still more enchanced by the
erection of an arch ol flowers and vines
across the centre aisle aud the suspension
ot a lovely and exquisite marriage bell
ol white blossoms directly In the centie
ol the chancel, suspended over the heads
of tho brldul pair. A few minutes after
8 o'clock (the church being crowded
even the aisles being packed, with the
elite ot the city nud tho sidewalk a per
fect gum with those unable to enter the
church) tho beautiful nobis of the wed
ding march from the line organ under
the Mklltul hands o. the organist, Miss
Ella Hobblns, cousin ot the bride, sound
ed, ushering .lu the wedding party, as
follows : Messrs. Frank Gallgber and
llunrjr ltuport, uthprs, loll-jrod bv
Mr. Ben. Hemington.of I'ouieroy, Ohio,
and Miss Lucretla Walbridge, ot Cairo,
second groomsman ami bridesmaid; Mr.
Hany Hughes and Miss Ella Armstrong;
first groomsman and bridesmaid, the
groom witu tne Dnuo's tuotneron nis
arm and the bride upon lite arm of her
uncie.Capt. W. P. Halliduy. The reclor,
tbe Hev. M. K. Dillon-Lee, received the
bridal pu ty at the chancel rail aud In a
most impressive manner conducted the
btuutitul und touching marriage service,
which was responded to in clear and firm
tones, after which the young husban!
an J wile, followed in due order by their
attendants retired amid hundreds of
earnest wishes tor their happiness aud
piosperity.trouithe multilude.ot friends
witnessing their uuspicious union. From
the church those triends invited to the
reception, repaired to the haudsome res
idence ot the bride's mother, w here they
were cleg:int)y entertained lor several
hours. Mr. and Mrs. Alathrope received
the congratulations ot their friends un
der the beautiful marriage bell suspended
in the bay window of tbe trout parlor.
The dress of tbe bride was an elegan
cream colored gros grain silk, cut prin
cess, 'cn traine.'witb overdress ol brocade
silk same .tint, elbow sleeves trimmed
with exquieito point applique lace and
sprays ol orunu blossoms. Diamond
ornaments, whlte tulle veil und wreath
of orange blossoms completed the beau
tiful costume... The dresses ot the brides
maids were of white tarleton princess,
that of Miss Armstrong being .trimmed
in pink silk and ttiut ot Miss Wal
bridge in blue eilk. Kome very hand
some costumes were observed among
the dresses ot the guests. At 10 o'clock
a most delicious collation was served.
the table being a miracle of taste aud
beauty, having un exglusite centre
piece ol tuit and flowers reaching from
the table to the thandelier. The bridal
gills were numerous and eligunt among
which were the follows: An elegant
necklace and locket, from the groom;
a superb cut glass, lruit .dish and vase,
with gold and silver stand, Irom the
ladies of the Church of the Iledecmcr,
presented to the bride as a token of
their high appreciation of her many
laithful services in ttie cnursn;" a mas
sive silver salver, elegantly chased, from
Capt. W. P. Ualliday; an elegaut tilting
water pitcher and goblet from Maj. E.
W. Ualliday; a beautiful gold thimble
from Mrs. E. W. Ualliday; a beautifu
vase with silver stand from Mr. W.
Hyslop; a.handsome silver tea set lrom
the mother ot the bride; a tilting ice piN
e.hcr, goblet aud waiter, f rom Mr. W, G.
Hughes; a set of solid silver spoons, bu'.
ter knife and sugar spoon, from Mr. and
Mrs. II. L. lhlliday; a dozen of solid
spoons; an elegant gold pen and holder,
from Mr. and Mrs. T. W, Halllday; two
seta solid Bilver spoons, from Mrs. W.
II. Remington, of Pomeroy, O.; a hand"
some berry spoon, from Mr. Ben Kems
ington; a solid silver soup ladle, from
Capt. 11. M.Horton and wile, of Poim
roy, Ohio; a case assorted spoons, but
ter knife and pickle fork, frori. Col. S. S.
Taylor and wife; a pair ot silver napkin
rings, from Mr. Harry C. Hughes; Ivory
brush and comb in satin lined case, from
Muj. C. J. Campbell, and lovely lace
handkerehlef, from Mrs. Camps
bell, of Montgomery, Ala.; silver syrup
pitcher, from Mr. and Mrs. W. B.Gilbert;
an elegantly chased silver sal yer, from
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Candce; a beautiful
silver cake basket, Irom Mrs.R. P. Hobv
bins; silver and gold spoon-holder, lrom
Mr. B. F. Blake; a berry spoon ,from Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. Uogati, Mound City;
chased silver and gold card rccclvcr.frora
Miss Ella Armstrong; silver and cut
glass and basket,(rom MissE'.laRobbrartf
a chenille and zephyr breakfast Jacket,
from Miss Annie Rowland, ojuincy,
Ills.; a bcautilul basket of choice flowers,
from Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Mills, and love
ly flowers from many otter friends.
2DIQATION , BALL
To bo given by the Delta City lire com
pnny, at their new Jiall. on Commercial
avenue, near Eighteenth street, on Wed
nesday evening, May lftth. -All are In.
Tlted, Ticket $1.00. By i rderol cora
tnlttee. wlu v. ... j lt
mnl raurjr Entrrtalaiarnt. ; . ;
There will be a grand entertainment at
the residence ot Capt. Clias. Gallgber on
Thursday evening. May.. 2nd, lor-tha
bonetlt ot the Episcopal cbureb.'i. Do not
fall to see 'Tho Bower of. Beauty, tho
Home ot the I'erl anuVIha tiypaey'i
Camp... A. flue supper, Chlcngo Icei
cream ami many.;other .attractions will
be presentod. " '4t '
SIGNAL SKRVICK RF.POKT.
' FT. I. rT. 1.1
Cairo...........-....... M 7 -Vi I
Cincinnati............... . i g
Davenport . 4 7 X J
PllUtmra-. tt 11 X2 H
LouiavlUa 7 4 t
Keokuk........ . 4 10 J
St. Lowe SI S 4
JAMKS M. WATSON,
Sergeant tHzwi Service. U. tf. !
The James D. Parker had a lair trip for
The Idlewlld brought a fair trip of peo
ple and some freight yesterday.
The John A. Soudder bad a good trip ot
people yesterday morning for St. Leuls.
The Kdd) vllle brought88bhds.of tobac
co for New Orleans.
The My Choice from St. Louis will swap
tows with tbe Jno. Gillman fruit Mew
Orleans and return to St. Louis.
Tbe Alice Is due tor Pittsburg, the J. B.
M. Kcbloi for New Orleans, and Die Capi
tol City for Vkksburg.
The rker is so bli,'a tbat tho pile driver
can go to work again on tbe Incline Oppo
poslte the city.
Tbe snag boat John M. .McComb passed
to Mound Cl'j yesterday, Nbe will work
In tbe Arkansas river next, leaving bere
cm fuuuar ueXl.
Tue bherlock will be loaded fiat for tbe
south when the arrives. She got a big lot
ol freight that the Houston could not get
toon account of low wuter.
Tbe Arkansas Belle is tbe Evanivllle
packet this evening and the Vint Shlnkle
is duo this morning from Memphis tor Cin
iuati. The AjttX, now laying at JetfuMonvllle,
will be sold on the 0th of next month. She
was built ut Pittsburg duriuu tbe war and
was tbe first tow boat that ever took on to
Few Orleans 5 rO.lC) bushels of coal.
Burniy cr..ut;, who l pilot on tbe snag
boat Jo ho. M. Mucomb tja)i that the timber
in Hackers bend where tbe whirl wind
passed over U flattened out fearfully.
The Macomb worked there two dajs and
Barney says that when he saw the direc
tion tbe wind bad taken le thought that
Cairo must have been swept out of exis
tence. - -
MAY 5T11 1S78.
Tho Casino members have chartered
three trains on the narrow gauge road,
for the purpose of conveying all those
wishing" to spend a day ol enjoyment
in the woods, and. the committee has
selected the bautltul spot called Parker's
grove near Lake creek, where parties
can spend a good time fishing. Trains
will leave the St. Charles hotel at halt
past 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. and hull-past 1
p.m. and return at 7 p. m.
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Ifeiser building, where he is
better prepared than ever to nccommo
late hia patrois and the public who
may favor blra w Uh a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in litting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only tirst class vorktuen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
An excellent cottage. Inquire ot
Geo. Fisher. 4-27n1w.
The Simmons refrigerator;.-; also wa
ter coolers, ice cream lreezers; window
and door wire cloth, bird cages, flower
stands, hanging baskets, fishing tackles
and a thousand other things at
tf No. 115 Commercial avenue.
SI ever Known to Fall.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Horebonnd has never been known to
fail in permanently curing obstinate
coughs, aolds, croup, whooping cough, nor
any diseases of the respiratory organs, and
it docs it, too, at once. It is not necessary
to take it for a long time before you can
discover its benetkial effects, lu sale in
this community is 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 and
potent remedy a trial. It will not and
"annot disappoint you. Tryitoucc. Triul
size 10 cents. Regular sizes &0 cents and
one dollar. For salo by Barclay Bro's,
cor. of Eighth street and Washington ave
nue, Cairo Ills.
Also agents for l'rof. l'urkcr's 1'leaeant
Worm Syrup, which never (alls, l'leasant
to take, and requires no physio. 1'rlce
HpriHg lliittliioH Nulla
In luncy stripes, flannels and cheviots ot
the latcbt designs, from $7 to $25, ac
' A. Manx, 01 Ohio Levee.
HOW IN AND FOB SALE
AT BOTTOM 1' 111 C K 3
Tbe following brands:
11 Uncolorod Japan,
" English Breaklast,
Give them atrial. PETTIS & UlltD.
i 4 25 56 .
All those needing anything In the pro
vision line will do well to call at Not, 70
and J! Oblolieree, before purchasing'
elsewhere. Tork. Uacon, L.ara, etc., an
in good stock and prices down! downl
downl , W. P. V Kionr.
April 22, 1878. ' ' lm.
. Slarx'a Hit Iloaie.
" This house has become one ot tho most
popular hat houses in the city, Why?
llwupe tou always find the best In the
country, such as tbe celebrated John B,
fctetion, direct from tho factory, ryery
one made to order ; , ' ' t ;
A. Marx, 01 Ohio Levco.
A.n Historical Fact. Every aj'eut
who has been steadily sidling the im
proved $20 Homes. ead .Sewing Machine
lor three years, owns his dwelling liouso
has a good account In bank, Is clear of
debt, ai d has money at Intermit, the na
tural consequence of securing a good
agency for superior goods at the lowest
prices, A good llrst-clasa Sewing Ma
chine, most useful reliable at all
timts, eusy to understand und control,
tbe same size and does the sumo work
as any machines Hint sells a' four times
the price. There is no nmWiiiie at any
price belter, or that will do lim.r or more
work, and certainly none so low In priM
by many dollars, The Homestead is
widely known aud used In thousands of
luniilles in tlte eastern and middle states,
and daily becoming popular in the west.
It will save its cost several times over In
one season, tluing the work of the lauiily,
or will earn tour or five dollars a day
for uny man or woman who sews tor a
living. It is the strongest machine
matle, is ready at all times to do work
makes the slrongest and llnest stitch yet
Invented, aud Is fully acknowledged as
the standard Family Hewing machlnt
Price, complete tor domestic use. l!ci
duced to only $20, delivered at your door,
no matter how remote you mav reside.
Business permanent and honorable, with
more certain anil rapid sales, and larger
nrollts than any other. Extraordinary
liberal offers made to local or traveling
agents where we have nontt established;
or, if there Is no agent near you, send
vour order direct to the factory. Ad
dress John H. Kendall & Co., 421 Broad
way, New York. 3-15-12m,
A GRAND EXCURSION AND
under the auspices of the Christian Mis
slon Sunday Schools on the Cairo and
bt. Louis railroad to Bald Knob, the
highest peak in the state, will take place
Saturday, May 4th. T he scenery is mag.
niticent, tall rocks and cliffs, ferns, llow
ers and strawberries In abundance, also
Ice cream and other relreshments on tbe
grounds. Train all couches. Will leave
the St. Charles hotel at 8:30 sharp, stop'
ping opposite Tenth and Twenty-eighth
streets to receive passengers, and arrive
on the pie-nic grounds at 10:43 a.m., and
returning, will leave at 4 p. m. Fare tor
the round trip only 50 cents for all over
twelve years, aud & cents lor all under
twelve years. So come along, bring
your basket dinner and let's have one
day of genuine pleasure. Tickets can
be had at the stores o Allien Graves &
Co., Thistle wood & Co., or of Capt. Mil
ler, Green Line agent.
Tbe Coin mon .nein
In order to make headway against the
common enemy, disease, It Is necessary
to oppose lira with persistence. It very
lrequcntly happens that a remedy per
fectly adequate to the necessities of the
case, it persisted in, is condemned and
thrown aside because ate w doses of it does
not cure a malady. How unreasonable
and unjust would such a judgment be re
garding Ilostetter's stomach bitters, one
ol the most popular and highly sanction
ed medicines ol the day, a potent luvlgo-
runt and an Invariably success! uily rem
edy for constipation, dyspeosla, liver
complaint, incipient rheumatism and
gout, inactivity aud weakuesss ot the
kidneys and bladder, and for the iuflrmi
ties incident to the decline
lite. No fact is better established than
the above, yet in order to experience Its
truth those alllicted with ohstinatc forms
ot disease should give this benignant
curative a patent trial. If they do, they
may rely upou decisive curative results.
Just read ved by Tabor Bros, a Uuo ast
sortiueut of beautilul heavily platetU
ware, suitable for wedding present.
Also, just completed the manufacture of
some tine jewelry of beautiful design.
Ail of which are now open lor Inspec
Permanently cured no humbug by one
month's usage of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Fit Powders. To convince sufferers
that these powders will do all we claim for
them, we will send them by mail, post
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Goulard is
the only physician that has ever made this
aisoase a special study, and as to our
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of these powd jrs,
we win gaarantee a permanont cure K
very case, or reiuna you all money ex
pended. All sufferers should give these
Powders an early trial, and be convinced
oi meir curative powers.
Price, for largo box, 93, or K boxes 101
$10, sent by mail to any part ot United
StatasorCauada on receipt of price, or
express, C. O. D. Address,
ASH & BOBBINS
300 Fulton Htreet. lirookljn, X, Y.
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Mates and Canada primlnn over S.ikio copiea each
isnue ; aiaoaui ine reiiKtous, agricultural, acien
il lie and mechanical, medical, iiumomc, juvenile,
educational, cimmcrclul, lusUriuice, real catale,
law. BliortinE, luuaical, I'aehUin, and other snccml
claa JottrnaiSi very complete Hats. Also man;
tables of rates, showing tne cost of advertislus in
varioiu uewaiapera aud e.eryihing which a bt
ginuer In adverttaing would like to know Ad
dreaa UKtlKUK I. 1(0 WELL & CO., 1 Spruce
atreet, 'ew York,
Miat o Illinois, 1 . .
In the circuit Court of Alasander County
Clamina P. lturtlett and V ol
i Bey 8. Uartlett, her hus
Jlary fltewan and Willi u
bill in Chancer
gugo. haid datandnnta aro herebt notlfinl tliat the
above enlitled suit iaiiending In said court, and
ti e time and plnee of iheilurnnl' aumiiiiina la
ih.rKali tho next term of said court, to lie
hulden at the court house in the city of Cairo, In
aulil county, on the third Monday la May, A.
V, 1S7S. JOHN A..RKKVK,
Gn n.nauT, i e,iara oi said Courl
Uouipl'ls Solieitora. J .
Notice of riaial nrttleiueni.
To Whom it May Conocrn !
Tba undeniKueti adininlitrator of the
eslata ol James II. Ktd'tway, deceased,
Hereby gives notice mat ne win matte a
llnal report or his act and doluus aa such
administrator to the County eourt of Alex
ander county, at the May term thereof. A.
1). 1S',8. to wltion Monday.' Mav l!0tb.
1818. and will then and there ask .or a lull
and tlnal settlemeut of his aooonnts and for
a dUubtiye from all further liability aa ad
mlnlatrator ot saltl ostat.
April 17th, 1878.
llllinnor .niinry, cuat be Hi.
Dr. W. E. lloyt ol 25 yuara succtss.ui
practice guaiantees speedy and ih.iui.iil
ent cure ot all Chronic, Scrofulous, t'ri
vuto, Hypniletie and Female Diseases,
Spcnnuicrrhoju, or sell-ubuso, at liU
Medical Institute, Agan & Cheney Block,
opposite tho city Hall Park, Syracu,
N. V. Medicine sent to all narts ol tne
U. S. and Canada. Don't be deceived by
advertising quicks who throng our large
cities, but consult Dr. lloyt or cond tor
circular treating on his specialities to his
P. O. Box !47U.
Ladihs My great liquid Frei.cn
remedy, AinUi Im Feu me, or Fei"''J
Friend, is untaillng lu the cure of '.1
painful ami dangerous diseases ot ) nr
sex. It moderates all excesses, nd
brings on the monthly period with r .u
lariry. in all nervous and spinal amo
tions, pains In i he back or limbs, heavi
ness, latlgiti) on slight exertion, palpita
tion ot tint heart, lowness of spirit, hy
sterics, sick headache, whites, unu all
painful tliseasesoccasionetl by a disorder
ed system It effects a cure when all other
means tail. 1'rlcn $2.00 per bottle, sent
by mail. I)r. W. E. lloyt, Box 270,
Syracuse. N. Y.
All sufl crept from this disease
xio us t o be cured should try Dr. Kin.
ner's Celebrated Consumptive Powders.
These powdrs aro tho ouly preparnion
known that wilt cure ConMiuiptlon and all
diseases or tne tnroa; and lungt iniceil,
so strong Is our fmtb in them, and alt to
"onvinetj vu Mist tlujr mo luu.lug, ve
will forward to every sutlercr, by ruai
postpaid, a free trial box.
W e don't want your niocay until you arc
ferfe-.tly satUtiedoi their curative pewers.
t you life Is wonh saving, uoa't delay lo
giving these powders a .rial, as they wil
surely euro you.
t'rloe, lor large box, sent to ny part
f tbe united htiitos or Canada by ilMI on
receipt ol price. Address,
ASH. & BOBBINS,
'I'M Fulton (Street. rrnoklyn, . Y
CITY HATTOfrAL BANK.
TNTKKFST paid on depoalta Matcn 1st and
C Sui.icin wr If t. Intercut rot withdrawn is a J
dod niimr II ut. ly to the principal of the depouit
tnurvby jtivmo ,hn coujpoua intew
Married Women and Children may
lioposit money ana no one
olso can draw it.
C Oyrn every lus'iKSHOay Croni9u.iii. to 3 p. a..
V?. HT8LOV. Treasurer.
F. Boas, President.
1", Nell. View 1'ree'U
tl. Wells, Can'itcr.
T. J. Kurlh, Aa. t. Cash'
Ojrner Cotnmerolal Ave. and 8th titmol
Wm Kluge, Cairo.
1 NelT. Cairo. Wm vv oil, Cairo,
A hiinunka, Cairo. K L lllllitiiialey,
K ltuder, Cmro. St. Loul-
11 Wells, Cairo, F II Brluknian, t 1 n i f
J l Clcmson, Culedouiit.
A tirnrrnl Bnukluw Hiihiiimmn 1 i.
rt-EichanKeBoliland boturht Intere-tl ia 'I
0 i the SavinKa Department, lollet'tioun 1 u
aid all nunineaa urniiintlv ttinded Ui
"PPPI Any Person wno will iniik-
rvCaEa 1 anl forwnrd me a list ol' Hie
nuniesol rvliulile pernniia of their aciiuainiaix e
who wuh to nrocurean inatruincnt, either I'-
ano or Clri-'al. 1 will lire my beat endeavors I )
aell n em one, ami lor every niuuo 1 succeed in
tolling In tlieir Hat WK.no one year, " v. II! cru.nl
teem wita $lu, and icr every organ SJ, to he up
pilot on in.ynii'ut o. either a p uno or ornun ;
andwum it aitutii.U to a auiii n.illl.ient to pay
tor any liintruiiitnt, aciecled u: :he LOW K"i i
Wli().hAl.fc PIOUK. 1 will iminidiately ship
Hie 'na'.ttiment, tree, or et.'-'r any aiiiiuint la
eioifi.ed tue balunoe mav Ik i(l 'lie In caah and
1 will then ship litem' the lcatrument, I'liey
uitil not be known lu the mutter, ami will be
doing tlieir lrienda a real aerviee, aa I e .Hill
mnke SPFC1AL M f iAIH to them, sulh. g a
HKPKUIOK INSillUMKNT for trom t.sK
H A to TWO-THIIll)! what ia ordintrily
aKed by atrenta. l'leaae send me a liat at lure,
and alter you have niudu inquiry, you can add
DANIEL F. BE A TTV. Washington, A'
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Vail Paper, Window Qlass, Win
d9W fihados, &0,
Always o.i hand, the oulebrated illtiminatl
Oorner Eleventh Street and Waatl
Al KOItA II..
R. SMYTH Si CO.,
Wboletala unJ Itetuil Ucalurs in
Foreign and Domestic
WINKS OF ALL KINDS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESHlt.S.f-MYTtIAi:)., have constantly
larite stock ol the liest foods in the m:ir
kel, and Kivetiitieolil attentlou lo the w'jole.
aale branch of Ute busineaa.
rA MAN OF A THOHSAKD.
ft CONSUMPTIVf OUREO.-v.lifo i..is
A wis auurlr axuAitd rruru CodsuiupiIob. ah rriu
illr. havln rllfl, tnl Dr. II. Jrmoa Ktrlmi,l.
in, 11a sraiun.uuiT aiua a anrmrtlloa ar la. II. n
nsttip amen urna bisoui; auiia, aaa totvs thi.
fri) ir.a on meipt or tttoat.m's ia fj exr.ait.
ihiio ai-n aaraa aisat awsats, aaoa a at tat stuauaa
Ui all! brtkk a frasu oolo In tw.nt .ftoir boors,
Ailclreaa, CRADMH'K A CO..
,03 Itace at. rhlla., uun Inj Uila psiwr
View of Maxriago !
A atNili tor DHmte. nui.i
rrste rwullDJ. lUI patios, pi lea
,A HHIVArfcHttBICSL AUyttttHI
Of) alldltornrrsol a Privaia Katara aruma hoin Ball
Atuaa, Esoeo.es, or Baerat Ditaaooa, aiUt Uta uua
uaansorriire, IK4 lantflnaM. prli'i'.'iOrlk
A CLINICAL LCCTUnK on lh olmw SIomm ami
Biooa ul Hie Turoat.nU Lunva, CaUrrb,Buptiua, Ilia
lUihfrl'k iu'iiiriiMtMlilon rrealraetpnattorall thna,
atHtlaiaiiai.Vaiiauea.lH'autittillr ll.warairM, ay tfc.
AduraosCa. tltJll1 J. :i U N. am at, at touis. Ua.
Auiser Unu. aioo a 1.
inia, atUa AM-fi,, It. Lt.ia. asu.
mi sv aooa Ai
EfnTrTFaVn itluviitisl ln'iia e I ia
aiti-li l.iuii., 01 uiiinio, auJ Ilia
aaaaaaslaMafjaMaaButiiwilitt until lor II 1 do .
- ' Oiteaaea ef Wnomn.
ASK tite KcoTt-icd
uflt-r.'V, victims oi
,rrsud ajtua, th
ntocurial diseased pa
tient, how they ruaov
erd health, cbrrd
plrlli, and good p
petit they Will lul
you by taklun Sim
mou't Liver Kck- ,
THE OHEAl'KST, AND Bttf.1 KAMLY MhU-
1C1N N lllti WORLD.
For DVM'M'Sl A .r.i,Nt-np A't'IiN..laudir.
bilious ailitcktt, olllh U.AliAMIE, Colic, !
prmaion ol' hpintu, SOUK Sl'OMACll, Heart
uuru, cie. tic.
linn unrivulled Southern Remedy n war-
ranu-l n,,( to coiilutu a vruioIb ut' Meicury,
or uny injurious euMunoe, but i
continuing ihoso aoulliururouti bctoawhU'h
an all wiih! l'roviilnui luui pluut'l In countries
w litre uvur iJwava privil. it will cure ail
ilmeiuui caiuu4 by Uoruuifeaieiit ol the l.vur
1 lie iyiiiiitoiim of Mver Complaint are a bit
ter or bud taotc in the itiuutlii l ulu in Die back
ules or JointM, olVn nimUihi'D. tor ilieuuia
ti.iu sour utonutch, uon ot appetite, bovtul
alternately coitivo und Int. ueuilaetio, lou u
memory with a poiuiul aumadou ol lutvinx
luiW'.l t Co aomeihiuK wmr'i oatflil to liae
been done i.elnliiy, uw pirit, a thick yei
low u ,-aruiice ol the bVln mi 1 eye, a dry
coukIi olten inisluki n for consuiii),tiuii.
autuuuiiies timnyot' t ire HyiuptulnS alien 1
the Uutetuie, ut othcru very lew, but tli liver, the
mriii'st o.'h'un in the bmlv, in Kenerally the fcut
ut itinuued un 1 It not rrxuluteil iu time, Krut
ouCcrii:K, wrel. heilium anil LihAlU wnl eu
I cun recoiiiinend uaun etDcni-ious remedy for
(llstiuieaot the LlVi r, liiuirthurn and Uynpepiiu,
bliiiiuoii!.' l.iver Keclulor. I.kwib WUNLna,
llat iMmu r ntrwt. AonlaUnt ro.lluuatcr. I'hil-
'We have teai.ee! lla virtuf. personally, und
now Hut lor uspi-,4i., itiiiijuanvna taid
1 lir.liuln' lleuilucnc it is I lie lienl medicine tuo
WovM ever aw, U' liuvo tried io.ty other
reiuediu U'loru .Simiuom' l.iver iUnlmor,
but uune of theiu kuvc us more Own timuorurv
relioi; but thu ibcguUtor not only lelievt
Uutcureil us.' h.u. iaLiicsxi a ahu VLm&ih
oail, Alucon, Ou.
Nolhinir id bo miiiieunant. noltmiK so common
us liua Invntli. una in neurly every case it comes
lrom the Slolmu'll. uml can lie eu eoeilv eorrvul-
ei il you will Uiku siiuiuuiia' Liver liguiutor,
uo nut nogiw;t bo auie a rvineuy lor tuia rc
puluive duunler. It will ulaj impiMve your
Apputito, uoiupluxion, aud tienerul Ucailh.
Tills Uintreeeuie uiliicilou occurs iuo?t rr-
qttetilly. 'J he Omtiirliuncu ot the stomach,
urimutf from liupericctly digeeled contents,
cuuseu a auvere pain in Ilia Dean, uccoiupunieil
Willi disuKreealiiu nuu?ea, aud this cotutitul's
thai la popularly known ua aics iieaiiucuc. t or
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, Contains four medical alementa, never
found in the eaino liuppy proportion iu any
other prrparulion, Vu: a Keulle CuUiHrlh', a
nowvriul loulo, n uncxccptirnablu ulUrauve
ind a certain Corrective oi ull impuriues ot
I e body.
To Inventors & Manufacturers
6ilmore,Smith & Co.
Solicitor of Patents and, Attorney at
Amerioan and Foreign Patents.
No Fees in Advance, nor until a Patent
is allowe 1. No Fees for making fV-
Special attention jjiven lt Interference
Cases before the Talent ' lice, Inlriiure
ineut Suits lu the d i tic u Suites, and al
litigation appertaining to Patents or in
Setul Slump PamphUt of Sixty Page
t lOiLMomi. rrrf t co.,
639 F. !" Washington, D.
hi luj kmdil Mill
Bt. Louis, Mo.
IH08. A. HICE, A. M. L. L. B.,
IAS. KICK, A. .,
i. h. htiswood,;
FUq LIFE SCHQUrtSHlP. $81 00
T .!' CoitPilete. 1'htirougli und Practlca
iVL courhu o:'.,,.iv if tne United 8tuteH a
couroe iiidininnsil le 10 every young man em
barking ou the aea i" life.
For Illustrated Circolaz,
THUS. A. KICK, A. M..L. U
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
rpUB trains by thla road connect i
t St. I.nuia
Kttitht. Louis, with all ctlnar liniu tn
(hc.Xorth, i.aKt nud Weat.
TIME SW1EDCLB .
ThrcUKh Esprosd Leaves Cairo....... ...8 :4S a.m
" " Arrives K.St. Louie & :3U p.m
Muri'hi eboro Accommodation Leaves
Mtirphyaboro Accomodation arrives at
MurphjHboro 9 :Wlp.m
Through txprcee Leaves K. Ht. L uia S :I5a,m
' " Arrivea at Cairo 6.16 n. in
l..H.l.nl.n A , ' e'
.11111 buuiu teuiuuiuuuua sheaves
.Murplivsbiiro... 8;r0 a.ra
Murphysboro Acccnuuodation arrives
at Cairo at 12 .'25 p. m
EMEMEER The Cairo and St. Louis
li.li. ta Hie ti.N t.Y ALL KAIL UOL'TE be
tween t'airo ami St. Louis under one rcan-
iittuntent : then-lore there are no delay at way
autiotu u v. ailing counectiona from oilier lines.
l'aeienirers Uolne Knrth, Xortheaat and Went
tbotild not buy their tlekrta until they have ex
amined our rules and nratea
I.. M. JOUNSON, Uen'l MiilltUTer.
II. J. FINK Uenual Ak-ent, Cairo, 111.
Notice (o C'onlraetora.
Okkic ok City Clkrk. )
Caiko, Ilia., April ilrd, le.'B.
Sealed propoaaia Kill be received at Udl
olllce urtU A o'oloc.K p.m. of Tueaday ln
Till day of May, 1878, for the fllllbi and
vradint; ot UOU cubiu yards of earth on
Commercial avenue, between Thirtieth
and Thirty-fourth streets, on the westerly
aide of tbe V. Jb V. U. K. track
The work ia to bo done under the direc
tion and approval of tbe committee on
Tbe right to reject any or all bids
reaerved. J. U. 1'hilt.is,
NO CURE-NO FEEil
lull 1 Ru Wvttliwtoti 4rtL t-'M --. ftu Hf m o, alt
IllsftUi CeVUOiti MMl aayMhai Uaaa iHWllMlt MttMMl
l!rvtM Urblllty, tJ L4 MMHkaaM ymn.f"
urttl Dr 1). u k wrlsVf l u Kr u (, euv v
Ma t.rVi.WttM wmi ItelW ' ! ri.ll4 huieh. IV
IKM fiMarrtai irttMi mix1 iw-w wl tX-Afii.
k.ery rniM)tw IWhiKw. I '"'Inr lwt t-f V
UiXUVt ut'iuicr tt m. .iiavtsit,. mtBuum
LA UI K - r-nLvt' Klh ft -P ' VZ
bar (wi- 4 IHwitaf AtlniMfUiil tahrvriMMa V i.T
nil m taW aiilaaaJ. lUtMM fMMM hUfct