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.iIKO BUSINESS- HOUSES.
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fw, In tliii) column niulor auironf! bwtlnf
uiiamts ui 1.W m iDUBlher Dlpujoi
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IS Mean are, sitwvtia mm Tim War,
A. HALI.KY-tMtlnfltov,TlnuJ Har.
(raw, Uantenaiul Sarniem' IwipkuivM, Wlr
r.ola, UrfrtKrtora, rumps tx Ladders.
16 Cummorcuu Avenue, iiuttuiotfi oJ 'ob
Work dune on ahorl niitli'A. ,
rwr, flooring, erillun, aldlnl nod autfaenl
IuiuImi. I nib anil atiiDKle. OSAea and yard
nirnit I'wmiMh rml and WaHh I Dltlon itihuv
D. H AltTMAN Dealtr la Qeeoagwara, Tbjb,
I ! aud all ktndi of Canay artlln. Conuuar
yal avanua. turner lilk sOeel,
WILLIAM WlNTKtt-Slxlh street UtWMB
Domimirf UlTtiuu and WanhUnion attoua.
IwtbiDK awil Merbaat railartu;.
JOHN ANTKIM-Mrre.rht Tailor and drtUT
IB Ib-ady Made Cluthlcg. 16 Dhlii Lev.
Stoal Siatata Aaeuelea.
M. J. HOWLKt-lkal EMtaU Agrnt. Buys
aad tail real nUM, oollecli rants. rJ Uu
tnrB'n-maidmil.eto. I omiwrcinl ?vno, ba
iwwb Ninth and IVulfa Hjwta
lettoa and Tulweo Faatora and pro
i.rirtof or til tanner' Totao-o Wartboow.
lib a il Coiunj?p-l Avmua
li Uiix-ral Konrnrulrg aoa Comin-wion
aierebsBt, lor tan aula of Kartu, liaid'B, Or
- .bard aad hairy r-rortu. rtouto ltw.
A. WIIMELOCK t K'O.
tiewnl yY.rwanlina acd CotDUiL-NOB
nirclin'j, and dralera iu all kiuda of fcruit and
Produce. l Ohio lyn. Cuntifcnioenta iuUo
ilnl. Steadls runmbed on appilranon.
IJI ' ' 1 - - -' -- - -.1.-UB
Just received, barrels choice apples
tit 61 Ohio Levee. II. Lrif ino.v.
Tbe THI al V -1 1 Ha mmrh Cairo
Jot Received B.COO of tlie wlnUft'il
TUal Wuv". 5 cent c)ghT. Try tliem.
Trnl fupjilied. I'arriB & BiHDf
t ttr Hfilo.
Ore two-horto wajfon In (tw) con
illtlon, and one f pan honct and hariicM.
Vw hortos r ound, ind In good con
dltlon. and itic barnefx alinott nw. For
term apply at Henry Frohoto's, corner oi
Futirtetotb t. and Washington avenue.
Mit. Ltttie Colcuio bu rcopttsl Ler
bnudrywi Fourtb itreet, Wwr a wich
tnon and Commercial avu, and takei
tblt mtibod o lnforuitsi bar ol 1 friend
and pittroc tbst h la 'la at tk'ir ir
viM, und aollclu tbir pitrouugf . iie bi
reduce! prlee to tult U lima.'
Tbe lolfowinjj deecribed property for
'e at a trfHln If applied lor iooo, Til
Lots ? and S, block CO, with residence
and Improvements, corner Ninth itruit
and Washington avttm; 3 houses ond
lots on Dnrth tide ot Twelfth stn-nt, cor
ner Polur; cottage and lot on Walnut,
kv.r 2-lrd. ' M. J. How lit,
lV.tf. Kfil Etie Agent.
"The PeertfM" Is beyond all qwstlon
txat Are crntcljfnr oflurcd (or rale In
this' market. W r. Frd Tvlcbniau I tbe:
sole manufacturer of tiU (vlebrated
orand ofdgur. and ofli.-rea a reward ot
Dne hundred dollw a toany pronho
will find any In them but Ihv pure Ha
f ar.a filler with Connecticut wrapper and
bludcr. The Peerlea hai oecoin a great
favorite with Cnho irnokers, aod the
demand for ibem H conMantly on the
IniTeaM1. The trado supplied cn the
moat reaiotiable terms. For laio by
Fred 'IVIcbmaii, Commerotal avenue,
pear bisth itreet. Jy3-2in.
Ed. Braxton hut returned to hit old
stand lu the ReUer building, where he la
better prepared than ever to a ceo m mo
dulo tiia patrons and the public who
may favor blra with a oalL He bas goa
to conaldcrablo expenen in titling up a
oupie of nicely furnished rooms, which
be has proTided wkh all tbe latest Im
provements and conveniences. De em
ploys only fint class workmen and those
who patronize blu will have their wanta
attenikd to in style and will receive
WarUa or Warotntc I
VurlDt; Hie- present fear, aa la the put,
the grave will close over thousands, aim
ply beeanse they neglect the means
which would restore them to health.
Mevt the fell destroyer at the threshold,
ond depute his Invasion by that more
than wonderful medicine, Dr. Morris'
iyrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Hora
boitnd. There Is no ooojfh or cold, case
ot asthma, bronchitis, blood-spittinjc,
weak lun?, croup or whooping coujtb
whkh will not y'eld more readily to this
great botanical remedy than any other
rri-dlclnp. U you would avoid dlsap
polntn f Dt, AO 1 be peedily cured, ask
jour Uruint lor Dr. Morris1 Uyrup of
1'ar, vv lid Cherry and Horehound. Tr'sJ
size, 10 cent. Regular sizes, M oents
and one dollar.
80I.D BY BARCLAV BK08.
Trof. Parker's I'leasant Worm Syrup
Is perfectly safe. Eitremely palatable.
No physic required. Costa 25 eeate
Try It. . 1 ' Mm
Blfrii Hear lb OldNiand.
Qavlut- withdrawn from tb deutal flna
AfCanln Jb W'htilork, I wlU still eontlnne
tbe praetlc ol dentistry at So. 130 Camur
dial sva. between Bib and Oib-street, oy r
Oklsnnt A Bosenwatcr'i ' store tbrrd
door i ortb of Eight street I will b pleas
ed tti'e all my old friend and patient,
aad attend pUBctuaQy to their ants ia
tbe wa of dsatlstry. Wy Bes'py.
R. tv. WHtttOOir, D. D. 8.
lm 184 Coral ave-3 doors north of fllh st
-Children cry lor Fitther'i Castorla
It Is as pleasant to tako as honey. H
contains no morphine or other deleter
lovs Infredlent. and Is aore to expel
worms, oHra- wind collo rejmlata tba
bowcla and stomach, and overcome Irri
tation canned by rash a cutting leeth.
Mothers oan rest, and ablldrsn noj
laaalth. who OH Cattorl. It U UrBV
- - maajJI la la
SOSS II H gttlSaWf HWV mm f-
THURSDAY, January 31,1878.
--Oo to the aineneuin to algbt.
How do you like the weather f
J. T. ltonnle Is ready lor business
And now, look out lor bad roadi
1 here are only five or sly prisoners
in the county jail.
. Mr. Herbert A. Jlurrell left for
Chicago Tuesday afternoon.
Harry Walker sets a free ovstor luneb
very evening. "Don't you fdrget U,"
Circuit court was In session yester
day. The bond case Is progressing.
Shell oysters juct received at the
Crystal saloon, Hahry Walxesw
Tbe city council will meet In regular
session on next Tuesday evening.
Shell oysters lost received at tbe
Crystal saloon. Harm WaIeeb.
f betsx books' will soon be to the
bawls of tbe collector. Si get your
Shell oystrs Jart rerelveJ at the
Crystal (hUxw. ' Hahhv WUbb.'
The reular weekly laeotinif of the
Temperance Retorm CluV will b lld
Per Batter, ErgJ, Al , SU., eil st
No. A Ohio levee.
U. ii. I.HGMTOX
lio far as wo have been able U Searu
no new development have been tusJe
regarding the (katb ol John Carter.
Oyster .-oup lunch at Harry UsJker's
Crystal saloon every tVCOlDaT at 0
Don't forget to aUeod the tt&lertalu
ment to b given by tlic Aliegbaaiaos
st tho Atueneuio to-night,
Mr. Andrew Bird, oi tba lira ot
IVltis A Bird, who Laa been lu Florida
for the (art two or three weeks, Is tx
peered to rturn in a few day. .
Don't forgtt the free oyster soop at
8 o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial a
nue. . 1.U
Query: "Why .will men smoke com
mon tobacco, when they can buy Mar
burg Bros. 'Seal of North Carolina' at
the sauw price f"
Waxted. A good boy, la a responsi
ble position. Address, in own hand
writing, P. O. Box 689, city.
It should not be forgotten that the
stats ooard of health will bold a meeting
In this city on the 28th ol February. In
terested .parties should make a bo(e of
Tbe parlor entertainment for the
bent tit of tbe public library, to have
taken place at the resldeuce of W. B.
Gilbert on Friday evening, has been
postponed until Monday evening next.
Religious services will continue at
the Presbyterian church during the bal
ance of ttils week, and perhaps all ol
next week. Considerable interest Is be
In manifest lu the meetings, and they
are expected to accomplish much good.
The revival at the Methodtet church
Is still going on and religious interest
Increasing. Rev. Mr. Morrison is work
ing with a will In the good eause and
bis eflorcs are sure to be crowned with
success in tho cud. ' '
Tramps are beginning to think that
Cairo la not such a good plaoe to linger
In after all. The pollue have been raid
lng them and within tbe last two or
three days not less than fluy oi them
have betn given passage cm the river.
The officers are stIU looking for the
murderer of the man Zimmerman, at
Mounds Junction,""a week ago Tuesday,
cveoing. It la believed a clew as to tbe
whereabouts oi tbe murderer baa been
obtained, and his arrest la now only a
Question ol time, and a short time at that
Remember that tbe entertainments
at tbe atheneua to-night and to-morrow
night by tho AUegbaalans, ax given
under the auspices ot the Temperance
Reform Club, and that the club Is pecuni
arily interested In their success. Every
friend of the temperance cause should
buy a ticket and be present.
A religious revival Is now in progress
at Rev. Nelson Six's church, at tbe
corner of Fifteenth and Walnut streets,
and colored sinners are being gathered
In by the score. Rlx Is a whole team in
tboievival business, and no darkey sin
ner can stand out long against his ap
peals. , i
WatbBv A goo servant grtfl te do
work for a small family. Apply at Jas.
Watson's, Tenlh street, betweei Wash
ington and Commercial aveuuee. l-A-2t
1amf0. Tho wholesale Beading off
of tramps the other day has bad m Won
derfully beneficial effect. , Tramps bate
since been comparatively scarce to1 our
city, "do mote it be."
ThAT Dictioxart. Someoi our char
ltnblo cltlrens should take pity on our
neighbor and-huy ibat dictionary, lie
says be wants a barrel of ilonr. - Can't
some ono lake fie hint.,, " ; ,
A Nuisance.-in wet jveathcr thi
brick sidewalk on Eight street, between
the . avenues, Is certainly a nuisance.
More mud and water la to he' lound on
that street than on any other In the city.
i - .V. "'
Personal Notis. Mr. Sam Walters,
who went to Florida some three or, tour
Weelisago, returned to the city jester-
day.- Be la tnnch pleistd with bis
tilt, atulnthaistlo ottttuatotoreor
Goke. The candy factor who opepsd
00 Zlgbth Btfeet. some, time ago was
yesterday ao where to be foand. 'ktwat
likely experience has tanght hlio, that In
Cairo he could do no business by bld'ug
his candy and with closed doors, and
hence his departure. z :X X
E. 8. aso L.M.Ttie following are 'he
OiMoers elected at tho regular , meeting
01 thel.Ixcelslo.' Social and Literary
society held at tbe fct. .Charles : Miss
Jenmo Puttlson, prasldont ,! J. 8. Rb'
ertson, vice president; H, B. teer, ecre
tarj'l II. 0. Rupert, treasurer. The
lollowlng Is the executive committee :
Miss Mary PalUion, Mis EllaRobblna
andThos.MorgcB.. ;' " 'Jf
A Partt. A pleawnt gaiherlng ol
friends was bad at the resideneo of Mr.
J. II. ikecher, night before last. . Oeod
musle was on hand and the young folks
enjoyed a pleasant dunoe. At tbe
appropriate time tho frlendi were In
vlted to partake oi an excellent supper
prepared lor thetfy and .when the Uuie
arrired all went home, having been
highly entertained and well pleased.
Da. Jocelt. Dr. Jocelyn, the knt
1st, can still be found on Eighth street,
between tbe avenues. He bas proven
himself since In our city, a man who
thoroughly understands his profession
from beginning to end, and as a gentle
man and dentist has no superior In our
city. We heartily recommend hira to
oar cltUen as a reliable, courteous and
competent gentleman. '
New Yoi Store. It Is with no Utile
pride that we call attention to an estab
lishment no complete and well regulated
as the New York store, In this store can
be found uot only growrie and dry
good, but also res'lj mad? clothing,
crockery, hoots und shoes, hardware,
and in fact cvrythlas and anything that
aoybody can wis-h for. For cheapness
in every lino ol goods this e!abUsbm?nt
has no rival, and prompt attendance to
all sustoaers and courteou) treatment of
alt, Us secured for the proprietors a
success lu buetaess svbloh they rteoly
Tbe Pawt.. Ia answer to an item
that appeared in ysiterday snorniog's
BmsTiy Chief of Police Arter informs
as that b flads It alcanst imposslale to
keep the gates ol St Mary's park closed.
He has several titoes of hue, droye trio
atock out of the park and aalltd the
double gates sbnt, bat this doe not ap
peat to do any good, for th-y are broken
open as latt as he doses them. The
chief informs us that ho has reason to
believe that the gates are broken opa by
persons who go likto the park ior the
purpose ot practicing their horses ; and
be now gives notu that be will enforce
tbe ordinances in reference to the park,
and parties running horses therein on
days other than liuse designated In tbe
ordinances will be arrested.
Faoa tho Xctthua (.V. H) Tlf graph'.
"Hill's Manuel ia one ot the most betmi.
fill and useful books em published. It
is a book for everybody, roan, woman
and child. No one can tall to Had much
lu It that is both emertiiliiliig and Instruc
tive, and that car. bo applied to practical
me. It i an eminently usefal book for
public or prlvato libraries, and a inott
valuable book for study and Men-nee by
eery man In every pomiblo busbies,
No book on this conllueut was ever got
ten up with such exquisite taste In its
mechanical execution, and certainly none
that will be ot greater value to tbe mass s
of men and women old and young.
Whoever purchases tbe booh will have
in It alone a valuable library at a very
Mr. Wm. Pitcher is the agent in this
city, and he is now taking orders tor this
Police Court. Peter Duncan Is s
colored man, and heretofore has borne
the character ol a bard-worklng, honest
sort of a fellow. Lately, however, be has
fallen Into evil way, and taken to abus
ing bis family. ' On Monday night he
went borne and a quartet between Peter
and hia wife ensued. m He gave the
women a terrible drubbing, and then
turned on his step-daughter and beat her
so unmercifully that she has not since
been able to leave her bed. Yesterday
Peter was arrested on a warrant charging
him with aa assault to murder, and he
wu held ior tr'al at the next term oi the
circuit court in bonds oi five hundred
dollars. Being unable to give, bond be
was sent to tbe county Jail, vi 1 -'.
-John and Sam Williams, a cenpleol
tough customers, were "run In" on
Tuesday night by Officers Sargent and
McCarthy for being vagrants, They
were before Judge Bird yesterday, and a
fine of fifty dollars and costs was as
sessed against each of them. They
were given a stay of execution on con
dltlon that they would leave tbe city.
Tliese men are brothers, and it was one of
tbeiu who about a year ago rolled a
barrel of pork off the steamer CO. Church
white laying at the wharf in this city,
intending to cateh it as it floated down
the river. lie was arrested at the time,
but wbeu' bis trial camo on no one ap
peared to prosccnte bltn, snd he wa dis
charged. On Tuesday night officer Arter,
Sargent, licCatthv,. Hogao, Cain and
Alley made another raid cn the. Hi
tornlaa engine bouse aad eapturod thir
teen more tramps. When the offlctrs
went to the dcrn of r,the engine
house they found it looked on .the
inside and before they soeded hi get
ting the door open tan or a doses tf the
tramps succeeded in getting eat At the
rear of the building andmado tholr es
cape The thirteen that were captured
were locked up tor. the night, and yes
terday they were taken tefore Judge'
Bird foi a hearing. A charge of vag
rancy wm preferred against them, aad
,to whit they plead gumy.They
fined fitly dollars and bosr cu7 and
given a stay on aondltloB that tbey-i- ati
the etty. Tbey were march ts) (M
y wyf wsif ewsis vi m t ww www
' . Fibs Aiaim. The alarm of flres
ierday was eauaed by the discovery of a
tire In the eeMiig of lh (colored) Bap
tist church, situated on the corner of
Tenlh and Cedar sireete, and ol which
the l!V. Khorm la pastor. The lire wa
c(taeJ by a defective flue, but was Ui.
Covered before nmehdamuge wosdnntj
and was rxtlni(uisbed before tbe engine
rrned.-, i . .'v . f
V Lwsoss , Drawixo. Tlw under.
sUnl having rented the Oeroun school
building on Fuurteentb street, v. ill open
a (school where initruoilon In drawing
will be given. Also instructions In wof
carving. Lisnom given every rjaturday,
from 10 to li o'clock. Tuition 1 per
month. John C. Kleikokm.
In this conneaiioii we desire to state j
that John C Kleligeit und Peter Jaeger,
wood carvers, upnolHter and cabinet
muUers have opened a shop at the curm r
ot Eight atreet and Washington avenw,
where they are prepared to do all work
In their Hoe ou the mont reawnable
She's a Bbicx. Pearl Zimmerman
a girl somewhere between twenty and
twenty-two years ol age was arrested
yesterday at a bouse on Ohio levee, near
Fourth . street, by Police Officer
John Uogan, and locked up in the city
Jail. The girl camo to Cairo some two
or three weeks ago, and procured i
situation as servant In the family ol Mr,
Coulter, engineer of Caltgber's' mill.
Although a stranger she soon succeeded
in iograolatlng herself into tbe good
graces oi tbe family, and was given lull
freedom of tbe house. Yesterday morn
log she got up earlier than usual,
snd while the family were yet in
bed, stole .Mr. Conlter's gold watch
and chain, and then loft the premises.
She intended to cross the river, but by
some mistake missed the ferryboat and
wu waiting for the text trip when r
rested. Sh will be jriven a hearing be
fore JuBtloe Comings to-day. We tin
derstand that this tame girl is wanted in
Centralis for ths theft ot a set ol iure, a
shawl; and other artiolcs from the lady
by wbota sho wa employed.
A Coyicitfcs-Sriiitxts Mcrdcueb.
Thcollowiivg, which parukt; oine
what of a local -stare, is from the
Chicago Tii mis ot tho 39th. The man
Lybcb referred to In the dispatch, was
evidently a ateambobt roustalont, and
his fciay in Cairo must have been of short
Pittsbcko, Jan. 23. Frank Lyucb,
a man about ueuty-eigbt jear of age,
was lodged in tho kck-urrioulgbt, on a
ctwrgu ot warder, and tiiereby hang a
somuwtuit sena-Uonal talu. lie was
married to a daughter oi a farmer
named Merriam, tvsldiug ou a turui
near UleiittelU Station, on the Fort
tVaytie road, ten miles below .Pittsburg.
A little boy wa tba iruit t the union,
hut the marriage wm an unhappy one,
Fraua wauled a separation, and uealred to
put tbe oy in an orphan asylum. They
came to Pltuburg ou the evening ot the
loth ol IkbI Di.c.uiber. and. alter wander
sua? around the airevts, started to go
over to Aiiegbrii by way ot the nllruad
bridge, but wbeu Uiey n acheUihe brid.e
the way iouktd ao dark that the wife re
lated Ui gu. A quarrel etieued, diulug
wu'ch the wouiau wat thrown down and
choke i. iter screams attra':tid. jid
buntuien In the vicinity, ami they came
uj'iHlu time to pr. vnif tier having her
throat cut. ilet Ini'iiniiii lied, taking the.
Uiy wllli him. Nothing wuj h.mr ol
him till he suddenly ina.le hU appearunue
at the Morrtam tann, on rjuiday, where
hi who wa. He told her he hi l mui
ilervil the boy, and she at oiccet the tie
teotives on his track, which re
aulted in his arrest. While In. the
lock-up to niitht Lynch fully cmf.-ied
Ills trime. He aid when he tied trem
the men who eame to recu liU wlte he
hid In an alley unl Ihe oust was clear.
He then came out and slurred over to
Allegheny by the railroad hrldire. When
halt-way over a powerful Impulse seiied
him to murder tlie child. ! thought it
would be best to put It nut of hnrm'a
way. The feeling was nncmiforial)le,
and. acting uiioti it, Iih I lire w the child
over luto the river. His ears were closed
to ire cries, and as It ank in the uiiildle
nf the stream the rippling waters huahed
Its voice Into eHenetr forrvr. Afhr
the muider he returned to Pitts
burg, and the next day shipped
on the Laura Davis. He made a nip
to Paducah on the boat, hut wits there
laid up with a tkness. He afterwards
went to Cairo and worked about the
steamboats, but remorsabad taken such
a hold on htm that he was compelled to
return to the old farm near 01 nfleld
and confess his crime. Lynch telle this
story In a somewhat excited manner . but
nevertheless puts bis ststemeata con
nectedly. nis trip to Plttsbnrg, the
quarrel with his wite, and other state
ments, w re corroborated. The msn Is
of a slight build, rather small stature,
and of a nervous, excitable temperament,
lust such a temperament as gives color
(o his story. His wife believes the story,
as she says ho threatened several times
to kill both her and the child. The little
victim was two and one-hall years old.
Lynch will have a bearing to morrow,
The Merry Daya r.dl.
In reading of tbe middle ages one is
struck by the accounts given ol feats oi
strength, etc,, of the life actors ol those
times. Tbe suits ot armor worn, would
certainly Indicate the possession ol great
tr physiolsl strength than U developed
by men In these latter days. What
wrought the change? Men lived In the
merry days a more outsdoorllle than this
advanced civilization el ours can afford.
There Is a greater consumption ot brain
matter, and that increased . demand on
mental and physical power necessitates
the use of . a puro vegetable, stlmnlant
tonic, suck as tbe Home Stomach Bits
. v A nil Bias.
In out style, ot climate, with Its sudrter
:bmges ot Uwrr?,Hr'rai" wind and
sunshine oltn liiterminglo to a single
dayIt is no:wouder that our chil ren,
friends and relates are ao frequently
taken from a byncgfeatsaJlrJr. balftho
deaths resulting directly from this cause.
A bottle of Bocliev'sUerspA Syrup kept
abent your home for Immediate two will
prevent serious sickness, a largo doctor's
bIJl, and. ibaps. by the use of
three or four doses.' For coring Con-"
sumption. Hemorrhages, Pneumonia,
48setoughs, Croup, o any (Urease of
ttrt Throat IV 'KCsaia eimpiy
wond-rful. u your druggist will tell yon
frryagtjfwpti now sold la every Uwn
aad vyiitaM tale oMtloeab 8tnpk
SIUJUAL BBRVICK KEVORT,
-mi iwai-a aMMH
station, bu- -.v It.M or fall
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JMKj M, WATS' M.
Btiaeam aivuti Service, V. i. A
That was a soaking sleet, tal.i and
snow storm yesterday. We went home
at 8:30 In tbe morulug and the sky was
clear and there was no proepect of ral s
Tho weather Is gettlnr to bo capricious
as a white ribbon ot seventeen.
Yesterday was the kind of a day tbat
makes stvamboatmen. w Uh they were
sitting at home under their own vine and
dg tree smoking tbelr evening pipe.
There is no position O'l a steamboat that
ia ple itaut in such .weather,
Captalu Wash. Ebert Is dangerously
111 at Pittsburg.
The Joseph B. Williams' present coal
tow tor New Orleans contains C0O.000
bushels 1 She has 23 boats, 6 barges Hud
3 fuel boats.
Frank fiusklrk, second clerk oi the
Charles Morgan, bad all bis clothing
stolen from his stateroom while be wm
asleep at New Orleans, lie don't need a
trunk any more.
The steamer Oenevleve lor Memphis,
My Choice uncharge for New Orleans,
Ariadne for Pudueah, ami Tom Means
tor Pittsburg arc due to-day.
Captain Tom Bolus, of Evansvlllo, ar
rived by rati night before last and took
command of the towboat Robin, she
cleared yesterday for Cincinnati. Ho
wears a red ribbon and attends all tho
temperance meetings be can bear of.
The E. M. Norton brought a tow oi
salt for rt. Louis.
Tbe Juo. A. Wood ha?, 14 boats 1
barges and 2 lnol boats of coal.
Tbe Vint Sblukle was well lad9ti lor
Tbe Commonwealth pautd to St.
Louis yesterday moruin.
The Port EJs and bar.es arrived last
The Kanawha brought out the Sam
Roberts bargo ol fruight from Price's
landing, and loft it KVre to be tilled out.
Alter eltaniug out twr boilers she pro.
ceeded to Memphis with tbreo barges ol
salt and ono of gravel.
The Grand Tower is well ladeu tor
Tbe Belle Memphis brooght 410 bales
of cotton lor the east.
Louiavllle Ccuriti- Juu.-nal, ?0ib :
At three o'chtek this atterimoti the new
Steamer John W. Cannon will belaUhCl'Sd
Iroui the way at the nhlp-yarn ol the
Howiid Brus., at J flcrnvilie. Mm
will he, wtii-n ItriMieU, one of the llmst
aud fastest boats iht ever floaled. ljidies
and tbe publ e generally are Invited to
TIIK B;(VM WHY
All bbuuld Hny iu.r rneerie 1 rous
Below we give a numbir ol reasons
why people sliuiiM buy -their groc-rles
from Pelii i. 0 rd :
1st. Bet-aue their stocks Is thelarges ,
freshest and eho'.ceat in the city.
2nd.-Because tbt-y sell goods of every
klud cheaper than any other house In the
3rd. Because tbey deliver goods more
promptly and in better sbapu than any
other house in tbo city.
4th. Because they keep the most com
plete stock, and persons desiring to
purchase litlerent kinds ol goods are not
compelled to go elsewhere because
Messrs. P. & B. have not got tbe goods
These we consider substantial reasons
why our reader should buy their goods
ot - Farm Bird,
Corner 14th strand Washington avenue.
Also Just received a large lot of Yar
nell Bro.'s Baking Powder, tho best
goods made ; only requires one tcaspoon
lul to the quart ot Hour. Givo It a trial
and you will use no other.
IHua. Petti9 A Bird.
The bv aaseaat will be paid by
either of the wadersigaed for the
apprhnsUa aad eeavtctiea of the
person er yeraena guilty of tb
nardr of JOHN W. GARTER, t
Ueaad City, XUiael. en the tslgbt
of tb 24th, or meraing f th Sfttk
f Jaaaarr, 1818.
BENKY 0. CARTER, Mound City.
CALtB B. CAKT-R,
No, 'AM Ff nt Ro, Memphis, Teon
- DAS'L HOO AN, Mound Uty,
PACL DUN LEVY.
No. 20 Cbetuu' rtrrat, Pittsburg, Pa.
N j. 1 Oraot street, Ilttsburg, Pa,
Mennd City, 111., Jan. 36, 1878.
The edition of 1878 ol tho sterling Medi
cal Annual, known as Uostetter, Alma
nac, Is now ready, and may be btaliyjd
free of cotst, ot druggists ond general
country dealers In all pari ot th United
(States and British America, and indeed
in every clvlllicd portion of "the Western
Hemisphere. It combine, with tbo
soundest practical advice lor the preser
vatlou aui restoration ol health, a large
amount ol Interesting nnd amusing light
reading, and tho calendar, astronomical
items, etc are preard with great care,
and will be lound entirely accurate. The
lasue ofMostottar' Almaniw lor 1871 In
th4sgUh,' Uorrmw. Frunch, a Walsh,
Norwegien,8weillsh, Holland, Bohemian
and Spanish langonge( will in all proba
bllllity bo the largest wlltlon of a medical
work ever jrtihllhed In any country. The
proprietors. Mesw , Hnstetler 4 Smith,
Pitiabnrir. Pa. on reeelDt of a two cent
aat .will swai4- aiopi by niail to
any psiaon wnn eanneji procun vun w
Extraordinary Inducementa to Purchaccra
. tTxxtll oftex- cat-tarl-iti-aja-e ia 4 "
POIl TEtH NEST TEtXElTr
WI1M flcr to tht Publ torn aapneedcatcd Bargains la ' . 1
FABRICS and SC3aIXO
fhe Finest assni tment of Ladl a' Cloak anu Furs in tb City. '
uucjuBiiou AiirncvioDi sua xiaDUFrcoieu1, vouars, cum anu Ties in larae vat lei y sad
el'gsnt assortment. - .
A Full ai.d Comptste Lin ot Gent- Furnishing Goods sold at astonishingly lew priws,
Zenhyrs, Wools and Fancy artlules el all shades and colors. -tt -
Ladles Shoes actually at Cost. ' ;"'
Carpots and Oil Cloths la endless variety, quality and pattern. . '
Wo take pleasure lit announcing to our patrons and the public rrnerally tbat we
are now offering special inducements to those who purchase within the next
lays. A thousand new and attractive articles of vertu are now on exhibition. Bad
are being ofiered at most extraordinarily low prices. ' .
PHENIX DRUG STORE
5: Corner 18th Street & Com'r'l Ave.
' Wl iilBl e-
Z Have Opened an
And Toilot Articles,
To Whiota I Call the Attention of the Pub'ic.
ftsji will mako tho accurate compcandlug of physicians nnwrlmlons'a sdp.
c''y. o n rviT a t a
A GRAND MASQUERADE BA1X.
At WMabiagtan linl'l, TebrHary 4, '7S-
Tickets can he had of all the members
and In tho evening at tbe hall.
Improper eh arse t ere will not be per-.
mined In the hall.
l27if The Committer.
3 lbs choice Rio'coffee, J?l,
10 lb-s A sugar, $1.
11 ftn best New Orleans sugar, $1.
Ami everything else at rock bottom
prices. Perns A Bihd
Splendid T ree stirv Brick Res
idence at A uot ion.
' Will sell at public auction, on the
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ht, 1878.'
at 10'clotk a m lr eanh the hue three
sfory bili-k residence situated on lota 17,
13 and 1ft In t'oi-a 54, on Fifth t trwt,
between 'Va.-hingroiiuvenuoaml Walnut
street, south slilu, city of Cairo.
The house contains eleven rooms, and
la in good condition. Number one cis
tern and outhouses. Neighborhood and
stirroumllnirs tirst clnss.
Persons desirous of obtaining a per
manont homo will consult their i.iterests
by examining this properly and attend
ing the sale. Title guaranteed. Sale
positive and without reserve. Any de
sired information in regard to the prop
erty will be furnished on appl'catlon to
the undersigned, agent, corner Sixth and
Johx Q. IIarma!, Ajjent.
Sot. A. SuvKtt, Auctioneer.
Cairo, 111, January 22, 187S. 21-dtd
Fred Koehlcr, corner Eighth street
aud Washington avenue and also at the
corner ol Eleventh street and Washing
ton avenue, la soiling tho choicest lamily
lard in buckets nt tho ruinously low
price ol P) cent per pound. It -lm
Tbe antecedent f Dlmass.
Among the antecedents ol disease are
Inertness in the circulation of the blood,
an unnaturally attenuated condition ol
tbo physique, Indicating that the life
current la deficient in nutritive proper,
ties, a wan, hazuard look. Inubility t j
digest the food, loss of appetite, elei p
and strength, anu a sensation ol un
natural languor. All these may be regard
ed as among ihe Indicia ol approaching
di lease, which alii evoutually attack tbe
system and overwhelm it, It 1c Is not
built up and fort tiled In advance. Ini
vuroraiu, tbeo, without loss of time,
making choice of the greatest Vltlllzing
agent exi 'ant, Hooter's ttoroaah Bli
tors, an elixir which has given health
und vigor to my riads of tbe sick an
debilitated, which is avouched by phys
icians and analysts to be pure as
well as effective, which is immensely
popular In this country, and extensively
used abroad, and which has been lor
rears past one of the leading medicinal
staples of America.
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
tho result ol mental over-work, Indis
cretions or excesses, or some drain en the
system, I always cured by Humphrey'
Homeopathic Specific an. it 'tones
nn and Invlaorates the system, Impart
sireng h and energy stops tho dralu and
rejuvouati s tho entire man, Been used
twenty- years wito pertect success oy
thousands. Mold by . dealer. Price SI
per single vial, or S5 per package of five
vlalashd 3 vial of oowoer. rnt by
mail - on receipt ot Prk AtJdres
Hompurvy'i Uomeopatblc Mullctne
Entire New Stock of
ill Ell EH!
Tborsdiy Eve. Jan. 31, Friday Eve,rb.l.
Tgg 6SSAT 2-g,ICA. IVSKT CF THS ASS
Grand Augnitsuiioa of iba iUaiwaw)
VoralUia, awiaa B II Rlug-e ,
Beajawla'a rryalal blmea , ;
. Hilvr llelieaa Band.
Beturntog frrm th Orin altar Thrae Ysars'
Sutut(ifal tsur ea ilie Ijtviflc coaai.
. FRANC Pk LEAUOONEY, i
1 be only Torkkb ArUa ia A.r!a.
ANI DAUB, '
Tht WoDtWrfal Oerroaa SonRstrcsi, aad it great
muuq u ft vi a wuuqo, .
Tho Horry Auatlna
romiug in all
Th Mest Wortlert il. Tt M- VsraatU,
Tbe Host 8elcc,Thc Mor Mu leaL
ThMortR-dned. The Most
4. IN TIIK WORLD . t
Entertainments Combined L
SjAI una t-ncc el Admusieo tl
All undr the nunE'rau of tba old t rau,
Dao.ii, VVa, run, tio-o travels a iil lb Alia
Khanlana baa txxnd d to .ill pain of Uta alvil
'dloln, lOciiroi tuinmcnu being patooi cd
l ykiiik'n. quniw, nob en, and the most dwiu
(fuiilim man of the, who lv lavinhad
ihtmilicBiosiil.itr.riua (Ji inOu'rti'T
. H. OwiB (.. other -uieMBa, Kay
can n miiln only ui aJwniaed above.
Ailimlun u nut; Ri-trv! wafa Ticsoi.
Duoronn at 7. TocuainvavaaiS.
Ti ku fortaleal Hat- tin a. ttS-ld
St Louis, Mo
' '(MiMalSaS.) '
rH08. A.RICE, A.X.I.I.B.,
iab. siv-, a. a.,
I. B. HTOWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOLAriSHIPS S8I 00
MOHT Cumplcte. l'bormgh aoi Pnctka
uourv u! -tuily la ttia lnltrtl ftt)
L-wursa mdlpenslble tu rrery jouag idm eas
liarliiuK on lac in of lift.
For Illustratad CirceU, -
1 H 3 . A. KICK. A . M . , t. fi.,
1500 TIMES : .
.ir.vf uiii ii i
On n-celpt of $1.50 I will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will mugnlly over COO times any
smau oi' ct. A veryu eiiu anu instruc
tive instrument, bras inuunted ami put .
upln a neat cai-e,.wairuDied a rOum
mended or tho money refunded,
its uiagnltyhig power is so great that
living objects cau be readily discovered
in a drop oi water, and fur examining
siuiill objects, all manner nt iusiciH, the
ttX'Urei-lclulhc. i' detecting fortlgn
matter in sugar. lloHrand oilier articles
ol diet, tor ileiecting couiiti rrleit money,
and a liuii'irHl other neitil purposes. It
will bef mild Inviiliiiible, ' '
An endless source ut amus'ment'for
the 0' ruing winter evening, bebt by
mall on rvceipt ol ii e.
V--EAVER & CO.,.
OlPurk Place. N. T.ttly.
. Jan 18 liiw tie.
vevtHaklng th Eaatctra-u
it I not adyUwble for any of us toftT
task our energies, corporeal or asaaial,
but in the eager piirtut ot wealth l,r
fiiinv or knowledge, how many transgress
thla salutary rule, t It inust be a'tnatter
ol great importance to all who d sq to
know bow they ea i regain the vigor so
recklessly expended. The .remeity i '
neither oostly or dlrBoult to obtain Mot
tetter's Utoinich Bitter I procBfabte !n
every city, town aud, etiVment in
America, aud It eompentaie tor a drain
of bodily or mental energy nsore etc
tually than any Invfgorant ever frt
seribed or advertised Lal-oring,meo,
athleter, students. Journalist, lawyers,
clergymen, physlclaus.all bear hMtknony
to Its wondrousiy .renovating power.
It Increases the capabllltlei for ander
golng latlgiie, and counteracts the '.n
jurious effect Upon the system of ex
posure, aedenury habits. uiihaltbj or
weary log rotator br.u
climate, and U a - priwe alunrtiv,e
wvtli and bleed d,mrtut Vfltl
.11 UI JOklAO
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