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J iIKO BUSINESS HOUSES
i . Any business firm can have Hire line
are, tn tlin foluinn umlnr aiproiril- heading
alliterate of Sl.ftn -r month vr fill per year
l-ayaule nimrurly in advance.
Hardware, fttovra nnU Tin Ware.
A. IIAM,KY-telcrlntoee,Tlnand Hard
ware, Ganlen and ininT' implement, Wire
i.ocls, Heir iterators, I'limp and l-sdder.
IT) oinnirrcinl Avenue. t.utU -rinK. an'l -lib
W (irk done on short nolle.
.1. S.Me'l AI1EY Dealer In hint and -oflliro-1
er. flooring, ceiling, -Idinic a it J surfae-!
lutiiUr, lath ami shinirle. I'fln and yard
i urniT 1 wentleth street ami Washington avenue"
LANCASTER A KICK-Denlcr In aiw.h.
iliinra. hi i ml b, etc., IikH ami suit lunilier ami
-lilnKiea. Yaid anil blliix-. Commercial avenue,
oriur 17th atreet,
I. H AUT.M AN Ifaler In Queensware, Tojs,
t auipi ami all kimls ! fancy articl'-s. IJoinmer
m1 avruue, corner Mh street.
WIIXIAM WINTF.U-Hixth atreet between
oruiuercial avenue ami Washington avenue.
S'lotbina; unit Merrhanl Tailoring.
JOIIS ANTrUM-MeMiant Tailor ami dialer
la Iteady Mle Clothing;. 7 Ohio Levee.
Real tlatate Aeenelea.
M. J. HOWl.EY-lU-al KUte Afrent. ltuya
sr.i ells real estate, collcrUt rents, liay Um
tr non-residents etc. Ciniruervial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Train Leava Cairo
J M p.m. Fit fcxpress, arriving in St.
Louis :W p. tn.; Chicago. :3, a. lu.
2 20 p.m, CINCINNATI it LOUIS
VlLLE FAST LINE
Arriving In Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louls
v itie, e :i a.ni-i Indianapolis, 4. IS a. in.;
Passengers by thia train arrive at above
OF ANY OTHEE KOUtE.
l.:W p. m. Fast Mail with sleepers attn ti
ed, for ST. I.oCI.S au.l CUICA'.O.
arrlvinj In St. loul at :30 a.m. Chi-
aifo at 4 ..'ft p. til. Connecting at n.lin
or F.ttinirbam lor Cincinnati. LouWvill
FAST TIME EAST
1'aMrDff r by this Une go through to
the Kat without any delay citn-ed If
lb SAll-UUAY ArXrUMjuN THAIS
HtoM i.'AIKO AltltlVFS IN NKW
i I(K MONDAY .MoKM.M.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY olIIKIt UOl TK.
A Jrrtiininti of couiptliuf liu- that
they mike Letter time than thia out-, ara
are Uoue J elthir Ihroturh ignoraucf or a
ileaire to ininlead the public,
r or through tirktt an l Irilorniutkin,
apply at HiidoN Central K. K. Depot, airo.
.' AERItl AT (.AllOZ
t if if
'ixi i m.
1 I a m.
Oi-u'l Southern A,st.
JiiMH, 'iii krt Agt.
M. J. Howlov,
Real Estate Ageut.
Two store rooms iu Winter' Rlock;
oue fronting on Seyeiitli street and the
other on Cummercul avenue. Kootns
on second floor of Winter's Block.
Tencintnts No. 3 and 5 of Winter'. row
ol' 5 rooms each. Uent, $10.
Waverly hotel cheap to a good tenant.
Cottage ol lour ruotn- on Seventh
Cottage of tlvo rooms on Twelfth
street west f.f Walnut.
Excellent two-story house on Twenty
eighth street, cr.ui'orUbly arranged.
I.' nt. J10. '
( oltagw on 14:h street, between Wah-
Ington avenue and WiUnut street.
Store room and dwelling lately Mat
on's shoe store.
Two-story liouo on l'Uh srect, ol six
rooms. Kent $10.
Store room corner lth street, and
Two-story bouse corner, l"2ih nnd Wal
nut streets. J'ent ?C
Desirable rooms iu various iiarts of
..IV.vtii r.f crr.irA and ahtl&ea in
tfi vX earlv tne. Jlunuoo.! iitMorcu. ini-()
W. i rj iieUimenU to iiiarriage rei
rj 2 New p ethod of treatnient
p j ,M11U rriuMi uic it-iiiotica.
" ri .envelonea. Adilrnta Howabu Aa-'S
e'Mini .irr.iiiara aeni iiw in peuiiHi w
KO W sociAiioK. tl-1 N. Ninth ai. I'lula-M
ilelpliia. I'u. An iu.tilntiuu .hav-,
ulile conduct and profestional '
Two Irreeonrilnble fuudllioiia.
Debility and health uro lricconcllable
conditions. Weakly neople. that U to
guy people who lack the vitality requl
aits lor a vigorous discharge of each and
all of the bodily (unctions, aro Invarla'
bly aftlicted with some, though it may
be a trilliug, disorder ol the lystem
Atony, or a want ot muscular and ner
vou vigor, Is accompanied by poverty of
the blood and leanness. A certain w ay
to overcome It and prevent the aggra
vated maladies to which it must ulti
mately lead J to uso UosUtU-r'a Stom
ache Bitters, which promote digestion
and asslmlliitlou ol the food, and thus
aretherwana ot lurnlshlng the body
w ith a supply of blood of a quality es.
sential to its piopei nourishment. Jn
ylgoratlon through the instrumentality
ot the matchlesg tonic protects the fee
tie from a bosti ol bodily HU wldch
lurk in ambush lor the debilitated. The
bitter, are an article which It I most
desirable to ktp cwMtautly on band.
"-A8CAiX)K LOIUK, SO. !.
Knlahta of Pythian, MMtrta arery rri
(lay night at half-paal aaraii. la Oitl
rellowa' Hall. llowa,
,- . ALEXANDER tODGC, KO. tU.
IT IndetMHleBl Order of Odl-fl
Is J Iowa, uivta rrnry HmroUr ni(ht
m tnalr-MtaeTB, la tnctr nail oa
nini-rrial arenne, Mvm (tilth and Hevonta
rrrrta Wil.L K. llAwmm, N. U.
-1no KNCAMrMUNT, I. O. O. F.,n."U
Kjxn OiliMTllowa' Hall on the Drat ami third
I uealay in every month, at half-pant aeven
A . CuMiwoa. C P
A t'AIKO I.01);K, NO. Z77.A.T. AA.lt.
Ull rovulnr ooniniuiiioationa ia Ma
aonir Hall, corner Commercial arena
' 'ami Klxblh atmet, on the second and
fourth Momlar of each month .
niirs OP ADVKH IMIMU.
" cy-AU hllla for adrertiainjl. are do and pay
able IN ADT AllOt
Tranaimt advertlaing will he Inserted at the
rate of II 0 per aqoar for the first inaction
and J" cent for each aubteqoent one A llboral
diaeount will be maiU on auniUng aaddiapl
ror inserting Fnoeral notice $1 ( Notice ol
meeting of aocietiea or eecret order Meentafor
Church, Society, Pestiral and Supjier nuti-
will only be Inserted aa alrertiitemenu
No advertiaemeat will be received at leaa than
V) oenta, and no aarertiaenient will be Inserted
for lea than three dollar per month
l.or.lf, BIHISMf KOItKM
Of one square linei iac) or more, in
serted in the BviXETisr a. follows : (lyes
than otic equare counted as a quarc.)
One insertion per square - $ 50
Two inwrtlon per qiiftre- 75
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 "3
Two weeks per square - 2 50
One month per square- 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ment or for longer tlrue,
WEDNESDAY. A1MUL ii. 17;
I Aral W mi tier Keyor.
Caimo, III., April '.', te'il.
tihb. Turn. Wihd. VaL. Want
tarn JO. 1.7 ' It ca'm cloU'lv
11:11' ki I' Ti ' 7 Jt. rain
! p.m. Vi.l i'. t VT 14 fair
-j;lii" V'.l.'il It W U "
Sergeant. BKual btrvlce. U. A
To all who are sutlering '"'" the
errors and IndUeretions of youth, ncr
rotis weakness, early decay, loss or man
hood, en-., 1 will send a recipe that will
riire yon, free of harire. This great
finely w ;ui di-covired by a missionary
in Sourti Amtrha. Send a self-ad-dresm-d
envelope to the 1! v. Joiph T.
Inrusn, Stathm I. Blblo Hon, New
r '.t v. 1-)-f'Ul
lr. W . t . Joreljn
l!u tecelved a
larg'sortrnent ol artiticUl teeth, and is
prepared to supply nil of his patron.
All branches ot dentistry pertormed In
the iuo-1 durable manner, fall at once.
Office Kighth street betwecu Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, Cairo, llli
hoii. Tobacco anil figrra.
Mer.hant., grocer, and saloon keepers
should not toret that Messrs. CorlU A.
Hnnkin, proprietor ot the Prairie Stato
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an esublishment at the corner
f Sixtn street and Old; levee In this
city where they wil do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the larget
and mo-t complete stock ot
obaTo and cirqr ever opened
in Cairo, and are pretmred to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living price. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
in the Vy is a feln of Ood s promise tu&t
the world should never again be destroyed
by wavr: and viewing the tenacity with
w hich men hold on to life, it U surprising
to all bow reeklesaly they snap the links
one after another, by paying no heed to
the derangement of their constitution, be
cause thev are so light as to soon wear
away. Mistaken dcliixions ! Ifoneoftbe
parts of our delicately complex organi.-m
be iujured. it throws greater strain ou the
until all suffer. Wihlug to maintain
the aniual economy in a healthful state
aud to restore lost power, we have only to
tue the celebrated Home PtomscU Hit
E. r. Huukeri Ulster Wine of Iron
lias never been known to fail in the cure ol
weakness, attended with symptoms; India
poHition to exertion, loan of memory, diili
cult y of breathing, general weakness, horror
of dl.eae, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, nlsrht sweats, cold foet,
weakness, dimness ot vixion, languor, uni
versal lassitude nt the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, flashing ot the holy, dry
ness of the skiu, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequent black spots flying before the eyes
with temporary suliiion and low of sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arUe from a weakness, and to remedy
that, ue E. F. Kuukel's Bitter Wine ot
Iron. t never fails. Thousands are now
enjoying health wbo have used it. lake
only K. F. Kuukul'a.
Mewura of counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Kuiikel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
to well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it on to their customers, w hen they
call lor Hunker Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kuukei'u liitter w me or iron is put up
only iu ft bottles, aud has yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on tba wrapper of
eacQ noma. Aiwuyi jook iur um puuvi
graph on ibe ouuide, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or aix for fa. oia ny uniggiau aou
ALL WORM 8 REMOVED ALIVE.
K. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fall
ton est i ov pin Keat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kuukel, tba only successful physician
who removes Tape Worm la two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed.
Common seuae teaches that U Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed, eenu tor circular to ir. nun
kel. No. 4W North Ninth street, fhtladel
pbix.P., or call on your druggist aad ask
lor a bottle ot Kuakel'e W
Cairo hotels are prospering.
When will the first May party take
The public schools are flourishing.
The net show Dan Hartman'e
Times are hard, but Cairo Is doing
her lull share of business.
A grand Fourth ol July celebration
Is already being talked of.
Mr. Chandler Bobbins denies the re
port that he is about to leave Cairo.
Circuit court will convene on the
third Monday in May.
Huse, Loomis St Co., are now stor
ing several barge loads of ice hero.
The new rlty council will meet for
the ilr3t time on next Tuesday even
ing. Sheriff Saup can be tound in his oftlee
at any time of day between the hours of
8.30 a. ni. aud 5 o'clock p. m. He will
receive taxes cheerfully.
Judge Bross adjourned probate court
last evening, after a ten days session.
There was an unusually large amount of
business transacted during the term.
The ladies' society of the Presbyter
ian church will meet In the vestry room
at (be church at 4 o'clock on Friday af
ternoon. A full attendance is requested.
There is a rough a penitentiary
bird, cow Iu Cairo, who is making him
self rather too fresh to be tolerated long.
He ought to be and will be suppressed in
A. Marx, the popular clothier has
gone. East to purchase a complete new
stock ol goods. The goods damaged by
tire at Ins old s'ard are being closed out
rapidly at very low figures.- 4-24-1 w.
The regular weekly sales of tobacco
at the Farmer' warehouse, Messrs.
Tblsthwood & II Inkle proprietors, w ill
take place to-morrow, Thursday, at ten
o'clock. All persons Interested In the
tobacco trade nre requested to attend.
City Jailer Mahonvy was out yester
day with the chain gang, and did good
work In tho way of cleaning up the
streets. The greater portion of the daj
was devoted to Ohio levee between
Kigbth and Tenth streets.
"Burkenheim, not Baulkan, was the
name of the man who was so unfortunate
as to tall into the river on Saturday
bight and drown." Sun. Not so, neigh
bor. The man's name wa Cbas. Borkcn
bam. A number ol Cairo Odd Fellow s will
go to Duquoin to morrow to hear ex-Vice-President
Colfax lecture on Odd
Fellowship. The great body of the order
here, however, will join the excursion to
Mr. Lancaster as-erts that there was
fraud In tl e election lor alderman In the
Fifth ward. He will probably be called
upon to make this assertion good. The
man who makes a specific charge ought
to know what be Is talking about.
The crossing over the Cairo and Vln-
cennes railroad on Commercial avenue
and Twelfth street is in a bad condition.
Several planks art? entirely gone, and
those that remain are loose aud broken.
Jt is uimoult to cross witn a wagon or
Mr. Louis Davis has just received a
letter from Col. lngersoll which states
that bis present lecture engagements will
occupy his time from now until June.
In this case the next best thing tn do will
be to eniraire him to come to Cairo some
time in Julv.
The proposition to light the streets
by gas during the summer months does
not sceni to oie.t with the approval of
the city authorities. It is clalineJ that as
we got along all w inter w ithout gass, we
ought to be able to stand it through the
The members and friends ol the M. E
church are reminded that the socia
ble to be held this week w ill take place
at the residence ot Mr. Walker on
Twentieth street between Poplar street
and Commercial avenue, to-morrow,
Thursday evening. The invitation to
attend is general.
When will improvement Iu the St,
Charles hotel cms? Not a day rolls
'round but what U added something new
for tbe plcasure and conuort of its guests
Never was the house iu liner shapo than
now, and no hotel In the Southwest bet
ter kept. Cairo may well feel proud ol
such an institution as the St. Charles
The sidewalk on Ohio leveo between
Mr. Heed's loundry and the corner ol
Twelfth street i in n bad and dangerous
condition. It is full of broken and worn
out planks, and in the night time danger
ous to walk over. Thia walk is used a
great deal, and should be repaired
without unnecessary delay. By attend-
Ir.rr to it now the city may save Itself
considerable trouble and expense.
The up-town bruisers were at It
again Sunday, one of tlieiu being nearly
chawed ud. und all in the presence ot a
prompt and ellideut (?) city otneer,
The above Item, which apieared in yes
terday morning's Bli.i.etin. does ollicer
t:. D. Arterirreat iniuslice. Mr. Arter
.li.l not bear of the difficulty uutil an
hour alter it occurred, and when he ar
rived where it bad taken place was un
able to leuru w ho the parties to it were.
Carl Peters, tho blacksmith, whoe
sliOD was destroyed lu the great nre on
Commercial, has erected on the sight of
tho old building one ot the finest brick
blacksmith shops in Koiithern Illluols,
where he is prepared to do anything In
his lino at the very lowest price. Mr
Peters is one ot the best workmen in his
line, and horse-shooing is one of his
Charlie Phiflerling, at the old stand
of Fr ed Ilolhlenz.ls becoming very pop
ular with the people. He not only keeps
the best of beer, liquors and cigars, but
sets a dally lunch for the. benefit of his
customers. Charlie U a goo4 cook as all
who know him will bear witness, and
those eleslrlng to lunch while taking their
beer. etc.. will not regret patroniilng
Tho LlllnoU Central railroad U pre
paring to build an extension to the busi
ness office at the stone depot The new
offlec, we are told, will bo fifty feet long
and the width of the present building.
This Is an improvement that lias leng
been needed, Cairo station being in Im
portance and in amount ol business done
second only to Chicago. Tho force ol
clerks required In tho office Is Irom
eight to twelve the year 'round, and the
rid ofllce would not near furnish desk
C. It. Woodward not only has the
most widely known Iron store In the west,
but he can boast of the finest croquet
ground in Egypt. It Is fitted w ith torches
for night playing, and the archer are
of bar Iron, standing three feet high so
that tho "weakest Christian need not
stumble or go astray." On this ground
a few evenings since, we observed a Meth
odist clergyman and a Tresbylerian lay
man, with mallet and ball, engaged .'n a
pleasant gamo with Mr. Woodward,
who, we believe, docs not clni.-n to be a
member of any church.
The St. Louis Republican of Monday
says: "Mr Jewctt Wilcox, well known
in St. Louis, .Is at present sojourning
In our city. He Is the manager ol the
Tremont House, Chicago, one of the
largest and finest hotels in that village.
The Trenont is kept up to ;the highest
standard, and not'jing Is left for guests to
desire in the way of .accommodations. It
Isafavoite with St. Louis people who
happen to lay over in Chicago, to whose
comfort and convenience Mr. Wilcox
pays especial attention."
The PaJueah Sexes ol the 2lst evs:
"When the Cantata Ituth was being re
hearsed, Mr. W . II. Morris, of Cairo, hay
ing a splendid voice, was selected lor the
part of Boaz. A short time ago it was
announced that he had given up the part
and would not appear, but we are
glal to learn that the ob
stacles to yds appearance in this
grand musical entertainment have been
removed, and it is now absolutely cer
tain that he will represent Boaz on that
occasion. The expectation . of attending
a law suit and sickness in his family were
the cause of bis recent declination. His
wife is recovering her health, and Ids ar
rangements are such that he can make it
convenient to be w ith us. The Paducah
public w ill be glad to hear this."
The guests at the pleasant sociable
last week at Mr. llyslop's rooms bad
their attention called to a fine portrait of
that gentleman recently painted in tbis
city Dy rroicssor r . rvtnuers. 1 he pic
ture is a fine work of art, the likeness
very correct aud characteristic of the
subject it represents. We do not hesi
tate to pronounce it oue of the finest por
traits we have ever seen. We have seen
another ol the portraits painted by Prof
Sanders that in our estimation could not
be excelled. We refer to that ol Dr.
Wardner, representing him iu the lull
uniform ot a Knights Templar. It is a
beautiful specimen of rich coloring. The
likeness Ls excellent and the regalia ex
quisitely painted. The Professor has
several oruers tor pictures, ana we are
glad ot this as he has given up his studio
in St. Louis to locate in Cairo, and is en
titled to a generous encouragement from
"Curley" Mike, as a healer ot the ick
would not be called a success. A short
time ago one ot the clerks in a large
business establishment iu Cairo was hav
ing a severe tu?sle with
jaundice with a fair prospect of
coming out second best. His melancho
ly appearance aroused Mike's ready sym
pathy. "Mister Brown (call hint Brown)
an' I'll tell ye how to ctre the jud
ders. Take a black cat an' kill it-"
Mike stopped and scratched his head in
vain tor the balance of the cure. Well,
what shall 1 do then?" said the interest
ed Brown. "An begorra I forgit what
to do then," "and Mike started down
stairs. Halt way down, he stop
ped with a puzzled look, turning
around, he hurried back into the office.
"Mister Brown! Mister Browu! don't
kill the cat. Begorra, I forgit whether it
is for thejanders or the rhuuiatics."
Jane Roper, a colored woman, was
before Judge Bird yesterday morning on
a charge of disturbing the peace by using
abusive and offensive language. On the
trial it came out that Jane's husband,
Calvin Roper, had deserted her and
'taken up" with an other colored
woman named Bridget Foster. Several
days ago while Jane was walkin on
Ohio levee near the St. Charles hotel, she
met her husband and the aforesaid
Bridget walking along the street, arm to
arm, anu even more lovingly than Jane
had ever dared to be with her husband .
This was more than she could stand.and
she took her wayward husband and the
wicked Bridget to task and gave them
each a severe tongue-lashing
After leaving tho Irate Jane, Bridget
procured a warrant for the arrest ol Mrs
P.oper, and as above stated, she was be
forejudge B'.rd yesterday to answer for
her conduct. A large number ot wit
pesses were sworn.and w hen the evidence
was all iu his honor failed to see wherein
Mrs. Itoper had violated the law, and
he was dismissed, and the costs lu the
case charged up to the plantltl. On the
trial Mrs. Roper exhibited the marriage
certificate, and claimed that her hus
band's conduct had been sufficient
to drive her mad; but the
wouldn't go mad' 'jlt for spite," aud he
might "hang up" with Bridget Foster
J tut as much as no picaseu, lor she
wouldn't have anytuing to uo witn mm
lu the future.
For artistic Photographs at a moderate
cost call at Gustave etzell s Gallery.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. ourth street, be
;ween Washington and Commercial aye
iuea. has one of tne oest conuuciea uun.
- ' . .. . ..In thll.. ,l I. -
iry eauwuunie...-s- .. -
ords 01 noteis au-j -"
ind It to their adyanlag to call upon
A good cook. Apply to Mrs.W.n.
Smith, Thirteenth street between Wash
lngton avenue and Walnut.
1'arm for Re-nl.
A tine farm of 85 acres In Alexander
county,on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Oood dwelling,'arn, wt'l, Ac.
on the place. Rent low to a good tenant.
M. J. IIoW LET,
3t Real Estate Ag t.
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
mens' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Oentlcmens' hats dyed and
cleaned and blocked in the latest style.
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove Impurities from all fabrics with
out Injury to the material. lm.
J ant Opened.
Mrs. Scantland his just opened a new-
stock of millinery goods on Seventh
street btck of Messrs. Greer & White's
store. Bleaching and repairing done In
the latest styles. Please give me a call.
No trouble to show goods. 4-19-2t
llollowajr'a Pills nad Ointment.
Scrofula wts considered Incurable until
he great discovery of Uolloway's rills
and O ment" flashed upon the world.
Diseases which baffled the skill of the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
(ess remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, Itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Twenty-live cent
per box or pot.
Pictures and Hrnrlceta.
K. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
large stock ol brackets, shelves, frames,
chromos, picture cord nnd tassels, cur
tain tassels lancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture framing made a speciality
Chromos mounted in the cheapest and
best st.vle. lm
Refiigerators, the very best, nt A.
Halley's, 115 Comercial avenue. Also
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table and
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' lm-
deinents, plows, corn planters nnd
sheliers, sulkey rakes, and a general
tock of stoves, tin and hardware,
flower stands, both wire and wood.
tlower trainers, different styles, hanging
baskets of all kluds ; the lamest variety
of bird cages In the city and will be sold
very low at A. Halley's, 115 Commercial
Mrs. Spears has removed her place ot
business from Seventh s'reet to Com
rserclal avenue, No. 118, la Winter's
block, where she will be pleased to wel
come her old customers and new ones
She has a fine assortment of new goods
from New York, constating of ladies hats
f all patterns, flowers, leathers and all
ilnds of goods in the millinery line
Ladies will do well to call and examine
iclore buying elsewhere. She will be
pleased to show goods at all times. Hats
jleachcd and trimmed to order: coloring
bltck or brown 4 22- lm
Krolc liiiie; Malaria,
It U a fact widely and amply attestet
trat where the powerful and pernicious
dnur, quinine, and other mineral poisons
a.tminitered as remedies for fever and ague
aud bilious remittents, fail to yield more
thantempoary relief to the;sufferer,llostet
ter'sStomach Bitters scotches those tremen
dous epidemics mo-t thoroughly, and by
strengtening the system and regulating its
functions, protects it against malariul at-
ticks. No resident of a locality where the
above maladies prevail, or where they are
likely to break out in consequence of the
pohoningo! the atmosphere by noxious ex
halations, should fail to take practical cog
nizance ol the above important truth, aud
by a timely use of the bitters avoid the
ravages of maladies so disastrous to the
physical constitution, 'i here is not tn ex
istence finer tonic, corrective and defen
sive cordial- 4-.4-it.
Never Known to Tall.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
nd Hourhound has never been known to
fail in permanently curing obstinate
coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, nor
any disease ot the respiratory organ, and
t does it, too, at once. It is not neces
sary to take it for a long time Deiore jou
cue discover its beneficial effects. Its sale
in this community is immense, and it pop
ularity universal. It should not be clawed
with compounds put up by inexperienced
hinds. Do not fail to Kive this great snd
potent remedy a trial. It will not disap-
nnint vnu. Trv it onje. Trial size, 10
cent. Bcgular size, CO cents anu one uui
far Barclay Bros., Agent.
r j - . ..
Also agent for Prof. Park3r's Fleasaut
Worm Syrup, which never fail. 1 leas-
ant to take, and requires uo physic. Price,
5 cents. 4-Mw
tirnud unci relit Juror.
Below we give a list .of the grand aud
t.etit iurors for the next teimof tnectr-
. . .1 . il.!-.l
cult court which commences 011 iut iuhu
Monday In May:
South Cairo precinct It. H.Balrd, B.
. x- Tv AvY ...
F. Blake, Wm. Uho:sou, v . u. -ew-inn.i
Than. Thruvn.aud Simpson Taber.
North Cairo precinct Jonn n. ou-
- - . . ,,,..
crrna ( 'lose. D. J. Galliffhun, J.
tlarvril J ' " " -
( Lahue. and Moses Foss.
Goose Island precinct K . Dickerson
and .l.n. II. Mulcahey
i . 1, i i.Alei. Ireland and reru n
Jones. . . ,
k J ! 1 II
Ibobes prtcbict-J. G. Kolwig ana .1,
Clear Creek precinct -Wm. Kendall
and Van Sweeney.
Dog Tooth precinct John Davis.
Unity precinct m. v aggouer
Hazlewood precinct Salmon Hazle
wood aud Miles llartliue.
The following are the pet" Jurorl ,?'
lected for the second aud third wtk '
the term. w
.,i. nliiot-Jas . KOSS. '
- 1 A glo0i yy, m. Williams, J. 9. AUthorpe,
- HrntSL p. vih. u. 11 ana
,! 1 ' '
North Cairo precluct-Samael Wllaon.
Jr., Hick Williams, LoaU ecbuckm,
Down go tho
Oiali' takfe life
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Ever brought to Cairo. These goods are purchased by Mr. Farnbiker who resides In
New York, and take his time In selecting and buying Just what the market
needs and at pslces to suit the times. You willdo well by calling
on us, to look at our goods and prices. We make
A Specialty of Gents' Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARNBAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
Thos Boyle, A. Sarbcan, S. M. Orr
Dog Tooth precinct Henry Hunsack
(loose Island precinct W. T. Ilamby,
J. Anderson, S. Bradshaw, Enoch Met-
calf and W. II. Greenlee.
Santa Fe precinct J. A. Berry.
Thebes precinct Martain Lamont.
Clear Creek preefnet J. C. James, Jas.
L. Sanders, A. J. Bunch, Dayis Reese
and S. A. McUee.
Hazlewood precinct J. C. Vick.
Unity , 'precinct W. Lawrence, H.C.
Craig and T. F. Hargls.
Mr. Thos. W. Halliday is in Spring
Mrs. T. W. Jeffrey, of I'llin, was in
the city yesterday.
Mr. Tom. Farrls, edi'.or of the John
son county toman was lu the city on
Monday evening, on his way to St.
Mr. Dean of the Arlington hotel, left
tor St. Louis on Monday evening. He
will purchase a quantity of furniture and
new carpeting tor the hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McClure ot Clear
Creek were in the city on Sunday and
Monday. Mrs. McClure has not enjoyed
good health for some time, and for the
last few months has spent much of her
time lo vlulllng and traveling. They
returned home on the steamer Colorada
on Monday evening.
Mr. Oberly arrived in the city yester
day morning, and accompanied by Mrs.
Oberly. left again in the afternoon for
Moweka, Illinois, w here he will deliver a
lecture this evening. To-morrow, Thurs
day evening, he will lecture In Cham
paign, and on Friday evening iu Shelby
ville. Rev. Mr. George left this looming
by the iairo and Vlnceunes railroad lor
the East, where he goes iu search ot
health and pleasure. During his ab
sence be will tniko Philadelphia his
principal stopping point, but will visit
other of the great cities ot the East. Mr.
Ueorge carries with him the best wishes
not only ot his congregation, but of the
entire community, and all will hope for
his sate return, and that the object of hi
visit, the improvement ol his health!
may be fully realized.
Among the arrivals at the St.
Charles hotel were Geo. Il.Edwards.New
York; F. C. Dumont, Detroit; Jas. T.
Gulick, Mansfield; Wm. West, Cincin
nati; T. O. Kent, G. II. Spindler aud
W. Ward, Chicago; W'm. M. Hogan,
Louisville; A. S. Russell, Knekville; C.
A. Beck, Centralia; A. S. Stvru,
Cincinnati; Sam. D.W ilke wsky, Chicago,
Thos. C. Hodges, Louisville; Thos.; II
Murphy, New Orleans; J. G. Rubin,
Clarkston, Tcnn.J Geo. Wllber, Chas.
II. Keeshin, Memphis; Jno. ousuerg,
Sterllnir. 111.: Miss II. Hamilton,
caeo: A.J. Branch; St. Louis;
,; S. C.
Cummiugs, Union Star, Ky
Speers, Cinciunatl; c. r- vaiurun,
Memphis; W. W. Wiggins, uoiumous;
W. J. Nichols, St. Louis; fc. u.
Werriucr, Wilunigton, Arkansas; if.
r. Miller, Martin, Tennessee.
sniuel W. Cook is hereby notified that
t .uu M..rre LontU lDin oar Ol ueccui-
tier A. D.. io, sueu ou. 01
.iu" " - . , ... j .....
court of Alexenuerrouui,
a writ ot attacumeui agamst um, i.
HamuelW. Cook fud Wseatate, forthe
sum of one hundred und ten dollars 1110.
00), which said writ has been returned en
edited by levy on real estate, aud is now
entered and the estate o attached will be
.old. JOHN A. HKBVE, Circuit Clerk.
April 8d, 1870.
As IXartTSlrd wz fT
ii .am ad aid l!Sr
til uiai sil
fiu-atX. lbs av -n
Of tot -uusi (VIUIU. IU f'M't.
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i. ium.-dim.nts to wi.sa,um.. us-
mail Dia-ssrs, u 7 nplslslsflMar
a. nata. L .UM , i I. ! SafeW VaJW
amXl-iin. aenl s-furr'y sralsd on i-r.iw l stf caa
tSZl TSTcL r'ssVi, ina ftah M
1 ia-a, n aaiaiuissa saa,
vending uelort) saiu mini. i-o .....". ...
Samuel W. Cook shall appear, give bail
and plead within the time limited tor hi ap
in mn-li rae. t.-climienl will l e
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL..
TS THE CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Cloae.
Comer IPta St. and Commrof Ar,
C. O. FATTER & CO.
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syrup
Specialty In Teas
Goods Delivered Promptly.
i i I..
STRATTON & BIED,
AGENTS AMKBIOAN POWaJI OO
hi Ohio X.Te.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer fa
K. 16 OHIO LEVEZ.
SPFX-AL attantioi gtren teooni!jT)nt aaJ
Ho 80 Ohio l?ee.
y-K. k. smith
Physician 6C Sureeon,
oaice iu Wmler's lllock.'eoraer twrenlh and
Comiuereirtl Arcnue, (entrants, ou BureolB.
Kesidauue 1 larlivuUi street, west Ol asbiufioa
W. H. MABEAN.M D.
Ur. Bi iiUsJU ( Sueottssor J
Office 130 Commercial Aye.
j..iu Cairo. lUlaada.
Special atienlion rirea t tn naaass
th runic 1 Isaacs aul diseasaa HKulaw
ren to tfa
Eatate of Char lea Booae iWaaaed,
Taa underaixoed. b-tvintr tieuu aripouta4 aa
mluisUatur of to astata of Caaale Bocfcer, ate
01 wis county or Aleuaorr aaa siaup tn ni-
nola, aacaawa, nsrtoy (ivw asunisw --api-rar
uefor U county court Of Awxaao
county, at Um- evurt Uousa i tisira at ilw AaurU
larm. oo ttw third Uoadar U AprU Ml, aj
wbi UauiaU persoaa aariag clauiia MSjiaat
aaid esuu ara aolifted aad M)uaall to aiuavs
(ur in uurooaa of kavlax tha aaaM a4)tta4an.
All lrsoas luiUUed to Zd Maki aw iaqu-4
to UuUs imiaadUU pa y n-em t lu tba aa . 11 asd.