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jilUO BUSINESS HOUSES.
. !." Any bimlnen Arm can have thirellnea
fare, In thi column under appropriate headin
atlhanite of l.rV per month or li per year
payable quarterly to adrnnca.
Hardware. Movo and TIk Ware.
III lFIUIIKII.mt ,..
Work duueon abort notice.
.1 . S . Met ! A II E T-1 caler I n bar 4 and oft 1 um
ber, flooring, ceilinK, aiding end iirfac.
lunilxr. lalh and ahitifrlc 'fll and yarl
rorner Twentieth treet and Washington avenue
LANCASTER A KICK Dealer In aah,
tloora, blinda, etc;., bard ami anfl Inmltrr anl
hlnffle. Yard ami ofllce. Commercial avenue,
"irner 17th itmti
I). If A KTM A N I waler in CJueenaware. Toy,
fompe and all kinda of fancy rticl. Commcr
ral avenue, corner iUi atrcet.
WILLIAM W1STKK "ixtli atrcet lietwren
Jommercial avenue ami Washington avenue.
lottiinc and Jlrrrhant rnilarlM.
JOHN ANTHIW-Mcrehant Tailor end dmler
In Keady Made Clothinir. IS Ohio Levee.
Krai t;tat Afenrl-a.
M. J. HOWLKY-lteal Mutate Agent. lbiy
and tell ml nuv, collect rent, paye Uii
for non-rcident etc. Onumercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth etreeU.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Louis & Chicago
The only Road Runninn Two
Daily Traina from Cairo,
Hind toidi:. ahskriliti:
Train LoaTO Cairo
J:20 p.m. Fast fcxprea. arrivlnir In St.
Loula HM p.m.; Chicago, UK), a.m.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS-
VlLLE FAST LINE
Arriving In Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, a m ; Indianapolis, 4.13 a.m.;
1'aaaenger by tbin train arrive at above
- t -
OF ANT OTHER BOUTE.
i lj30 p. m. Fat Mall with aleepera atta.-h-
ed. for ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arriving in St. Ixul at 6:W) a.m. U.i
cavo at 4-'W p.m. Connecting at Odin
or KflioKbam lor Cincinnati, LouUvillc
FAST TIME EAST
racnfrra by this line no through to
tbe Eaat without any delay rauaed by
fbe 8ATUKIMY AKTF.ilSOON TKAIN
FKOM CAlKO AKKlVhs IN NEW
YORK MOSDAY MOUMNO
AT lo 3.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OT1IKR KOLTE.
Advertisements of rompetinK line that
tbey mike better time than tbia one, are
are iaeued cither through ig&orance or a
deaire to tolnlead tbe public.
For through tickets and information,
tpply at lllinola Central K. H. Depot, Ciiro.
Taaixt aaaiva at caiao;
,..a:"n i m.
Gen'l Southern Agt.
J. II. Jones, Ticket A(?t.
M. J. Hcwley
Real Estate Agent.
ROOM 3 "WINIKIt'rt BLOCK."
Dwelling of fix rooms on Twentieth
itreet, cast of wttiUut, $12.
Dwelling of eight roorua, on! Walnut,
near Fifteenth EtTvet. Kent, 13.
Two Btore rooms in Winter's Iilotk;
one IrontinK on Scveutli street and the
other on Commercial avrnue. Kooms
on fecond floor ol Winter' Block.
Tenementa Nos. 3 and 5 of Winter's row
ol live rooms each. Kent, $10.
Nice dwelling nf ix rooms on Cross
street. In a desirable neighborhood.
Waverly hotel cheap to a good teneut.
Kxcellent two-story house on Twenty
eighth street, comtortably arranged.
Cottage on llthjstreet, between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street.
Storeroom and dwelling lately Mat
son's shoe store.
Two-story house on l'Jth street, ol hix
rooms. Kent $10.
Store room corner 16th street and
Two-story house corner 12tli and Wal
nut streets. Kent $C.
Desirable rooms in various itarta of the
For artistic Photographs at a moderate
cost call at Gustavo ft'tzuir Gallery.
iiiiiljv rclnl Ut yuuuK lueu Hum
lihe elTecta of errora and auuacrf in
Vuilv I He. Manbooil Ueatured. Im-ll
jjj itttlimeuta to marriage rvinovfil. j
2 land reuiarkablu relnciiica. Hooka
W'aj and circular sent frea in n-alol U
r" 2 :enveloHn. Adders llovtuu Aa-'S
delphia. 1'a. An iiutltution huv-,
9 ins a hitth Cuiutiou lor honor-
aiile conduct and lirulduiml
Hollo war 'a rill nnd Olutiiieut.
Scrofula wis considered Incurable until
be great discovery of "llollowaj'a Tills
and O went" flashed upon the world.
Diseases which ballled the skill of the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
less remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Twenty-five cents
per box or pot.
rana far Kent.
A fine farm of 83 acres in Alexander
couuty.oo the Mississippi river at Berry '
landing. Good dwelling, aaro, well, &c.
on the place. Kent low to a good tenant.
M. J. llOWLKY,
3t lteal EaUte Ag t.
A. HAf.t.KY tealeT intove,Tlnand Hard
ware, e.aiden and f imm' Implement, Wire
Jooda, KefriKeratora, I'limp and ladder..
tf. J 'udiunilul A .... CiiiIlVih. anil .li.ll
I I The knight of the aloT order fnvX
LhJ at their hull th flnt and third Monday
in each month. CoOiinercivl avenue, 21 dour
aouth of 12th aireet, at H p tn.
JoHH 1. llol.MEa, ti. ti. M.
ASCALON LODUK, NO. 51.
Rnlshta of Prthiaa. mneta eTerr Frl-
'A day nitrht at half-paa! aeven. tn Odd-
rullowa' liail. iiowb,
AfaRXANDKU I!KiK, NO. 724.
wn, mnrU erTT TliurUj- flight
-a Lir a 1 11..... V.. 11
rVMKO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. f.-niceU
inUdd-r,lloWB Hall on the find and Uurd
I ueaday in every InouUi, at half-pM seven
ACoMiHoa. C P
a C AMtOl.OlXiE. N0.2.T7.A.F. A. M.
Jr Hold reantlar exmmunicationa in Ma
1LJ aonir. Midi, corner Commercial avenae
' ,l Ehyhtn atrwt, on the second and
'iurtb M nidav of each month.
RATI! Or ADTBIMLttt.
tf-All bills for advertising, are due and iay
Tranaient adTcrtiaiiiR will be inertel at tba
rate of II W per aiiare for the Unit Inir-rtion
and 5t wnta for each iubHeiuent one A liural
discount will be made on standing and displ
For inserting Kum ral notice at Notice of
meeting of societies or B!T":t orlera 50 cents for
Church, Society, Eeatlval and Sniper notice
Will only be inaerted aa advertiaeiuenta
No advertisement will lie received at lcaa tluvn
So centr, and no aavi-rtiaement will be inserted
fur tbnn three dollars h r month
i.oc.i. ill Hi yt.n jiohks
Of one square (H lines space) or more, In
terU.d In the Bclletin ns follow : (l.es
than one square counted as a square.)
One ine rtion per square $ 50
Two insertions jer square. Tj
Three insertions per square 1 0
Six Insertions per square 1 "5
Two weeks per square. - 2 50
One month per square- 3 50
StKtial rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
THURSDAY. MAY 10. 177.
Loral We.attir Stepora.
Caiao. III., May ir77.
Tiaa. Hah. Tmb. Wiwd. I Vl. I Wth
7 a m i :"." ' ' t I NW 1 ! fair
N I M
I p. iii. ao.uv. i i.; l
1 1 ; 1 1 I . . i ,
J AM KB WATSON,
ftergtant. fiUcnal Hervice, I', a. A.
Horse, buggy, harness, and a complete
outfit for the same. The hor?e, live
years old, btiggy and harness nearly
new, all lor one hundred and fifty dollars.
Apply to N. W. Hacker, 70 Ohio levee.
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' ami gentle
men' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentlemen1 hats dyed and
denned and blocked in the latest style.
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove impurities from all fabrics with
out Injury to the material, ltn.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
;ween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establli.hmcnts in the city, and land
.ords of hotels and boarding houses w ill
2nd it to their advantage to call upon
Flrlurea anal llr.rkcli.
K. C. Ford has removed his Variety
I'racket store to Washington avenue
netir Tenth street. He has opened a
largo slock of brackets, shelves, frames,
ehromos, picture cord nnd tassels, cur
tain tassel lancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture framing made a speciality
Chromos mounted in tie cheapest and
best style. lm
To all who are aunVrinjf from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vohs weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recit that w ill
cure you, fn-c of charge. This great
tmedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Stud a self-addressed
envelope to the Kev. Joseph T.
Ionian, Station D. Hiblo House, New
k Oitv. 1-li-Ju
rokNiiitf Hie Iravrt
Is generally an eventful episode in life;
whether it be as pilgr'm to worship the
prophet's shrine at Mecca, or as a part of
a carayan of merchants. Tha dangers of
the destructive simoon, attacks of preda
tory robbers and the agony of dying
from thirst are dissipated on reaching
one of those gardens of the deset, nn
oasis. Partaking of that which recuper
ates, they meet their future diUlcultles
with recruited strength and renewed en
ergies. So with modern lile, dangers
from disease threaten ail humanity, but
it we make use of a remedy w hich allevi
ates accute attacks of sickness, thus pre
venting their becoming chronic, wo shall
realize that necessary and refreshment in
traveling life's desert w hlch has been dis
covered in the Home Stomach Bi t TKits.
Two Irreconcilable) Condition.
Debility and health are irreconcilable
conditions. Weakly people, that is to
say people who lack the vitality requi
site for a vigorous discharge of each aud
ihu bodily functions, are invaria
bly atltictcd with some, though it may
bo a trilling, disorder of the system.
Atony, or a want of muscular and ner
vous vigor, is accompanied by poverty of
the blood and leanness. A certain way
to overcome it and prevent the aggra
vated maladies to which it must ulti
mately lead Is to use Hostttter's Stom
ach Bitters, which promote digestion anp
assimilation of the food, and thus are
the means of furnishing the body with a
supply of blood of a quality essential to
ity proper nourishment. Invigoration
through the Instrumentality of tbe
matchless tonic protects tne feeble from
a host af bodily ills w Licit lurk lit am
bu-di tor the debilitated. The bitters are
an article which it is most dcdrable to
keep constantly ou hand. 4-30-7t
LOCAL POCXIT PIECES.
Fine fashionable castimcre suits, at
$12,50, at Farnbakrr & Haas. If
HeJge Miller of St. Louis, Is lu the
Mr. and Mrs. SafTord, and Mrs.
Oberly returned yerterday afternoon.
Mrs. Bryion, of St. Louis, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. C. N. Hughes, in this
Dr. N. It. Casey, w ho went to Jol
iet to visit his brother, returned to
Mound City yesterday.
Crown thy head in glory with one of
Stetson's Philadelphia hats, at $1.
Karnbaker &, Haas. tf
Mrs. Cornish, of La Salle, arrived In
the city yesterday, aud will spend about
one month with her sister, Mrs. H. II.
Summer is upon us, and the reliable
clothiers, Farnbaker & Haas, are gelling
the best (tinrqualed by tailors) white
vests from $1.50 to $5. ll
Mr. W. II. Thomas, formerly a com-mi-stou
merchant in this city, but now
of La Grange. Missouri, with his family,
are visiting friends in Cairo. They are at
the residence ot Mr. E. W. Green.
W. S. Rogers, with Bernard & Bro.,
manufactures of the celebrated excelsior
fire and burglar proof sales, is at the
Planters' house. He will remain but a
few days, and those needing anything in
his line will do well to call on him.
Mr. A. J. Carle was out with his fine
sorrel horse Scottie yesterday, and made It
warm lor some of the boys on the road.
Scottie is undoubtedly one of the fastest
trotting horses in Southern Illinois. We
had the pleasure ol a ride behind him.
The ladies' library association will
give a literary entertainment at the St.
Charles on Tuesday evening, May 22d.
The exercises will consist of Instrumental
and vocal music, aud select readings by
Key. Dillon Lee. M. It. Fohd.
Mayor Winter says ho w ill bet Al
derman Wood will not succeed in his
efforts to have the stock law enforced.
Well, Alderman Wood is not a good
man to buck against, and his honor may
find this out before he gets through with
The marriage of Mr. G. U. West
brook; of Hiawatha, Kansas, and Miss
Nellie Japlin, ot this city, at the African
Methodist church last night, was wit
nessed by at least eight hundred people.
The spectators were aboutequally divided
between whites and blacks. Further no
tice of the wedding w ill appear to-morrow
' From one to three boxes of Shep
ard's Ague Powders, warranted to cure
ague, chills and fever, or money refund
ed. Price il per box ; three boxes for
$2, by mail postpaid. Agents wanted.
t whom a liberal commission will Ue
allowed. Address 8. M. Shepard, Law
renccburg, Indiana. 4t
At the meeting of the city council
Tuesday evening Mayor Winter nomina
ted and the council confirmed W. F.
a W and Daniel McCarthy aa police
constables. The bonds ot C. D. Arter,
chief of police, and ot Martin O'Maley
and Henry Sargent, police constables;
and of l'at Mahoney as city jailor wire
Revolution in the shirt trade Qua
ker City unlaundred shirts. We are the
manufacturers' agents for this shirt
guaranteed to be the best made and most
erfet fitting 6hirt manufactured in the
United States. We offer a shirt made ol
VYaumsuttu muslin and 2100 linen at
$1 25. Our very bet at $1 50. Meas
ures taken and a perlect lit guaranteed.
Stl art Gholsov.
Mr. Ed. Braxton, that chiet of ton-
sorial artisU, has taken charge of the
shop on Eighth street, owned by the late
Daniel Lamport. Ed. Braxton is one ot
the best barbers in the state, as well as a
gentleman in his intercourse with his
uatrons. He was one of the sufterers in
the late tire at the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly, lie i now trying to bu ld up again,
and we bespeak tor him a fair share ot
patronage, lie deserves it. tf
Refrigerators, the very best, at A.
Halley's, 115 Commercial avtmue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' Im
plements, plow s, corn planters and shell-
ers, sulkey rakes, and a general stock ol
stoves, tin aud hardware, flower stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging baskets of all
kinds ; the largest variety ot bird cages
in the city and will be sold very low at
A. Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue.
The city council at Its meeting on
Tuesday evening refused to Increase the
police force above four men and a chief.
One thing is certain, the police lorce aa
now constituted is little better than no
force at all. Four night policemen, be
they ever so tflicieut, can not do all the
police duty required. The citizens in
one or two localities derive what
ever benefits arc to be derived from the
police, while other portions ot tho city
are left to take care of themselves. The
council miuht as well ubolish the force
altogether, and leave the county con
stables and sheriff and his deputies to do
what police duty there is to be done.
Councilman Wood wants t n stock
law enforced, and at the meeting of the
city council ou Tuesday cyenlug called
the attention ot the olUcers to the fol
lowing section of the stock ordinance:
See. 4. If the city marshal or any po
lice constable shall neglect or rclu.se to
take up and impound any animal known
by him to be running at large,
contrary to the provisions of till chap
ter, he shall lorltit and pay to sal I city
a sum not less than five dollars nor
more than twenty dollars for each aud
Alderman Wood said ho desired to call
atteutlou to this nutter, because, as tar
as be was concerned, lie didn't propose
to be bothered by stock about his prem
ises. Arlington betel arrivals: Jas. R.
Campbell, Chicago; T. Moore, Chicago ;
Win. Schuseler, Evausville ; Win. Ash
bridge, Missouri ; W, H. Puree)!, St.
Louis ; O. W. Andrew and wife, Charles
ton, Mo.; E. I. Remmington, New Or.
leans; J. A. Oibba, Thebes; B. F.
Brown, Thebes 5 W, F. Taylor, Charles,
ton, Mo., Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Poor,
Charleston, Mo.; A. Herrcn, Chicago ;
O. F. Herren, Chicago ; W. W. McFar
land, Chicago ; S. H. Rice Gains, Land
ing; Win. Donahoe, New Burnside,
III.; Beverly Barton, Y'ankton, D. T.
Arrivals at the Planter's House yes
terday were II. II. Kirk, St. Loui, Mo ;
J. II. Fisher, E. Fisher, Blandvllle,
Ky.; J. L. Elsey, Bard well, Ky.; II. E.
Eddleman and wife, Dongora, III.; T.
Davis, Harrlsburg, 111.; W. Mears, Gay
so, Mo.; W. C. Oord. Gordvllle, 111.;
W. Merrlwcrther, Clarksville, Tenn.r
G. B. Read, Davenport, Iowa; It. Ford,
Michigan; Fed Bill, St. Louis; C. S.
Clarke and wite, Kentucky; Henry
O'llara, SU Louis; Tappriot and lady
The baby show was continued yes
terday under the most auspic
ious circumstances. The weather
was fine, and as a consequence
the attendance was Very large, the large
hall being crowded throughout tho al
ternoon. This being the last day, the
hour appointed for announcing the
award of the premiums wa looked for
with eagerness by till, and as might be
expected, by the mothers ot the chll
dien entered to compete for
them. Although three o'clock
was the hour fixed for announcing the
awards, it was long aftr lour o'clock
before the committee had completed their
decision. When Mr. Hartman mounted
the stage to announce the awards,
the noise and bustle that pre
vailed in the hall was instantly
hushed, and every thing was as quiet
as a church. Mr. Hartman thcu
announced the awards as follows: Ceffss
A, Minnie Pearl Kiefer; baby yrugon,
valued at $25. flats B, AltxWright,
handsome oil painting, valualOO. Class
C, Willie CunnlngHam ten dollars
in gold. Class D, Margeret McKcc, fire
dollars hi gold. When the awards were
announced, there was a general expres
sion f satisfaction at the result, and
after lingering about the h ill tor a short
time, the crowd dispersed, and the much-Ulked-of
baby show was at an cud.
The last Jonesboro Gazette contained
the following: "The main subject of con
versation is the frost which occurred last
Sunday and Monday nights. The frost
came foran early dish of strawberries,
but it did not refuse to take tomatoes
when it lound them hitting around in
convenient localities. In some Instance?
it reached up and plucked a few peaches.
But strawberries formed the principal
diah and the result Is that some fields
are almost totally devoured while some
are left untasted. No perfect estimate
can be formed of the actual damage
done, but the most careful
observers think that one-fourth of the
strawberry crop was destroyed. Were
this destruction equally distributed
among all our growers It would not have
been a loss to any of them. The crop
was a laitic w..., y.vUuvAy t ro Mkt.
larger than last year, and cutting It
down one-fourth would only have re
sulted in better prices at a less expense
for picking aud boxes. As it is, the loss
is severest on the lowlands, and better
prices and less expense will be of little
avail to him who has nothing h it. There
Is, however, a consolation : those who
have planted strawberries in low grounds
are generally those who have also wheat
and cornfields to fall back upon, and
they will be able to bear the d'-ttructlon
of their berries, especially as the Turco
Kussiau war promises them at least two
dollars a bushel for their wheat.
Let us tell you w hat reached our desk
this week. A magazine which supplies
information on every article a lady or
child can wish to wear, trom the sole ot
her feet to the top ot head. Kach article
U richly illustrated; underneath stands
the description, with number of yards it
takes to make it ; and then comes the
price at which you can purchase it. All
classes are provided for. The wealth
iest and the leat wealthy
all can find qnulities suited to
their means. luterlcaved between the
fashion descriptions we lind page
after page of original reading matter,
not sucli as overloads so many publica
tions, but bright, suggestive, instructive
contributions by our best lady writers,
on subjects Id whicli every sensible wo
man takes pleasure and Interests. '"The
Kitchen," The Home," "The Cultiva
tion ot Beauty," "The Education of
Children," "The Art ot Dress making,"
etc., etc. all are standard articles on
Now, when we say, further, that this
magazine, a monster volume of 140
pages, Is only the "Spring" number of a
publication which costs but DO cents for
a whole years's subscription, our read
ers will understand why we consider it
somewhat remarkable. It is published
by Khrich & Co., N'os. 2S7 and 2SU
F.ighth avenue, New York city,
the enterprising merchants, who
thus meet a great demand of ladies w ho
live away from the great metropolis, and
yet are eager to leant of tho vagaries of
fashion and ot the price for which these
vagaries can be purchased. The accom
panying directions, according to which
goods should be ordered, are so clear and
simple that a child could thus order its
wardrobe. You will not regret subscrib
ing to "Ehkiciis Fashion IJuartkrlv.'
Mrs. Spears has removed her place ot
business from Seventh street to Com
mercial avenue, No. 118, in Winter's
block, where she will be pleased to w el
come her old customers and new ones.
She has a flue assortment of new goods
trout New York, consisting of ladies hats
of all patterns, flowers, leathers and all
kinds of goods in the millinery line.
Ladies will do welt to call and exsmiue
before buying tlsewhere. She will be
leased to show goods at all times. Hats
bleached and trimmed ! order: coloring
black or brown 4-2 J- lm
A Vaaag Man Named Cain Ran Aver
hf nn I. C R. ft. Awiteh l.nglne.
At abotu half past eight o'clock last
night, a young man named Cain, a stran
ger In the city, was run
over at the corner ot Eighteenth
street and Ohio levee by one ot the
switch engines on the Illinois Central
railroad. The wheel struck Cain about
the left hip and passed over his body.
Cain was still alive at the hour of our
going to press, but it was thought could
not live till morning.
The Padcah Harmonic society have
the pleasure to announce that at the re
quest of many of the citizens of Cairo,
thry will produce the celebrated cantata
ot "Ruth'' at the athi neum on Tuesday
evening, May 15th. The chorus In the
production of the great cantata will con
sist of upwards ot ckhitv singers. The
costumes and properties have been got
ten up at great expense, and the piece
has requl.ed several months of study and
It is seldom the lot ot any one to wit
n he production of the great cantata
more than once In a life-time. Tickets,
50cts. Reserved seats, 75cts., at Dan
Hartnian's where Librettos may also
be procured at 15cts. a cony. did
The New Town Hall mi Ayer.
This elegant structure Is now complete.
In beauty of aesigu It surpasses anything
of its kind in the state. Constructed of
brick and dark marble It Is as perma
nen a it is charming. The English
architects have adorned it in subdued
Colors, which please without tiring the
eye. Dr. J. C. A J sr built and gave It to
the town in acknowledgment of the dis
tinction they conferred upon him in tak
ing his name. Although it is a gener
ous gilt, still the hearty good wishes of
a w hole people are of greater value, and
the generous donor has doubtless secured
them. Grolvn (Matt.) Juurnal. lm
The Wiae Course in BhrumnUnin.
Rheumatic patients who have been In
duced to submit to depletion by blood
letting, or to take Cfitechum and other
drugs ot an equally pernicious character, '
w ill consult their well-bclm; by abandon
ing such Insane procedure, aud uslmt ai
a substitute Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
which will Infallibly aflord thetn the
much desired relief, and Is absolutely
sate. This benign vegetable depurent
cools the blood by expelling from it the
inflammatory elements which give rise to
maladies of a rhematic and trouty type,
and rectifies disordered conditions ot the
stomach, nervous system and bowels
which usually accompany them. As
rheumatism has a tendency to attack the
heart, the desirability of an early resort
to the Bitters is obvious, since the danger
is increased by every moment of delay.
Tobacco nnd CiKPra.
Merchants. grocers, and saloon-keepers
should not torget that Messrs. Corlis &
Ubnt in. iirnpriernrs of the Prairie State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estaollstiment at the corner
ofSixtn street and Ohio levee In this
city w here they wil. do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and most complete stock ot
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are In
vited to cull and examine their stock.
To Contrnclora and Build rs.
All bids for the work to plice an iron
front and other work in the house on
corner of Eleventh street and Commer
cial avenue, must be left with B. F.
Blake on Tuesday evening. May Kill.
1870. at 8 o'clock, p.m. See plan and
epeciticaiioiisut Blakes. F. Bi'.nss.
k or Hile,
grocery store, stock and fixtures, lo
eated at Bird's 1'oint, Missouri, will be
sold for $125. For particulars inquire
at F. Kor.ineyr', Cairo, Ills. 0 S 2w
A bouse on DivUiou street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to W. IS. fcjirru.
Pa, did you hear the news? The best
cassimere pants In the city are sold now
at five dollars at Farnbaker & Haas'. If
Wil I)rHTEHT. Kivch KaroT, I
May , 1S77.
FT. IN. T, IN.
Cairo.. - - I '
I'ittaburK - I" X
Cincinnati -'7 i I K
Louiaville l' X
Nashville I" H V '
8t. Louis X -
Kvanaville Is 'J I
Memphis - :w o i;
Vickaburir 1 y X 1
New IJrleana i 6 1
llrlow bitfh water lsT4
JA.MKS Wil ON,
Serif. Hilt. SUsnaJ Service. " 1. A.
I'orl l ist.
Steamer Jauies Fisk, 1'aducult.
kU'amer James Fisk, Taducah.
J. II. ill LSEV. 1. 'I'. kUNKOAB, J. M. LASaDaa
MULKE, LINEGAR &, LANSOEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE: Comimrcial A venae, at ollloa ol
Li a. ar ft Lanadea '
tku plcata cpv.
AMI1 I' raaranlcaat nata nor Wrb,
fTI?V Jlba Auaar at Orilia. IOO a m,.j.a
T3AaT I patiTlo aiM3 Aaeat. aiorer t
&GmJ Ka, Ju ah: m.u,i. m
Fach week to Arnta.riondaFtapte. K.fliV
IrUluiolilAl.recelvea. leriua lioeral.l ai.
uvular uxiti. i . wrtli A l u.at.Lwuia.Alu
Mark These Facts
Tha Testimony of the Whole Woild.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS.
"I hftdnoantietlle i Hollowav' Pil. ....,.
a hearty one."
l our 1'ii la are murvelotn."
1 1 aend for at;ntlier t.m. and kwn ih.m in ii ..
Iir. IlollnwAT baa cured mi litadni-t, t ,.t
"I gave one of your Pills to mv halie lor chol
era morbua 'J he dear litUe thing Kot Wi II in
iiiy nauaca 01 a morning i now rnred "
" our box of Hulloway'a OiniiiH-nt eur.,1 n,.
of noises in the head. 1 rtilitd some ol j..ir
Ointment behind the ears, and thenoi-ehaa h tt "
"cnd me two boxen I want on-: for a noor
i enclose a (loiinrt your price t r ccntn, lmt
me menicine tome is worth anoiiar '
"."end me live boxes of your Pills. '"
" Let me have three boxes of your Pills by re
turn mail, for thill and fever "
I haveoveriioo urh teMimonixl as these, but
wain of apace con.uei.s me to conclude.
For Cutanoou3 Disorders 1
And all enipli .n of the skin, tthc ointment f
limit invaluable. It docs not hml exlernully
alone, tun penetrates with the irioot tenrt-hnig
tmtmuu.ticn roolol tlietvi.
In v i i itl '3 1 u tl i following dieeases
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases affecting these oreiina, whether
they accrete too much or too I it tie wtrr: or
whether they lie allhcted with stone or frrnvel, or
with aches and paiu nettled in the loin over the
regions of the kidneys the'e I'lll, should ! ta
ken according o the printed directloris, tnid tlie
Kinmirtit aljoiil'l la? Well rul.Mil into the ,-Ili:i l
the Imck ai bed tilm-. J his truiiinu-nt will five
almoit immediate relief alien all other imuu.-.
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so eflectually improve the
tone ol the stomach us these l'ilip; tlu-y remove
a'l acidity occasioned either by intempcruncc r
iiuproier diet. I hey reach the liver nnd reduce
it to a healthy action;they are wunilrrluli) etlira
eioua m cawa ot f wmu in fact ihcy never tint in
curing all disorder o. the liver and Momiu-h
Hul.l.iiWAl'.'i I'lLl.ss aretlielx-t known in
the World for the following dieaM-s i Aisue
Asthma, llilioua i'omplamts, lUotches on the
Miin. lloweln, eonsiintpiion, Di bllllv, lrupy.
liysentery, Krysipelas, telltale Irn-truliiMtiea
r e vera ot all kinds, r its, t.oiit, Ileaduche, Indi
areotion, Inflammation, Jan. due, l iver Lorn
plain:,, LumlatKo, files, Klieutiiati'm. I.'cten-
tion ol urine, sicroiuia or ivmg s l-vil. .-ore
ThrouM, Mone and travel I ic-Houloiircux,
Tumors, 1 leers. HorniBol i.il kind), Ueukuesa
Iruju any cause, etc.
None are (renin no unless the signature of .1.
IlayiliM-k. aa airent for the United Mates, sur
rounds each box of Tills, and ointment. A
handsome reward will be (riven to any one ren
dering aiich inlormation as may bad to the
detection of any parly 'Tparfiea couuterleitinir
th medicinca or veuJimt the name, knowing
them to lie spurious.
-.-soui at tne m irmtactory or rrnieaeor
lowaV A Co., New York, and by all respectably
ilmtritistn and dealers in medicine throughout
the civilized world, in boxes at cents, ti
cents and St each.
tlT ' here is considerable saving by Ul.in the
larger sizes .
N. 11. IMreci'ons for the iruidance of patients
in every disorK. are allixed to eai h box
Office, 112 1 iberty St., New York
d.tw-l c. It
PermsnenUy cured no humbug by one
month's usaye of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Fit I'owdcrs. To convince sutltrers
that these powders w ill do all wo claim for
Diem, we will tend them by mail, post
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Ooulard i
the only physician that has ever made this
diseate a special study, and as to our
knowledge thousands have been perma
nently cured by the use of thee powders,
we will gaarantce a permanent cure in
every ce. or reiund you nil money ex
fiended. All sufferers should (five these
'owderJ an early trial, and be convinced
of their curative pners.
I'rie, for Inrsre box. '!, or 4 boxes tor
tlO, sent by mail to any part of United
Mator (.'una la on receipt of price, or by
exprefs, C. U. i. Address,
AMU & KO.UmJNS,
GCOFultoo Stre. t, Dr oklvu, N, V.
All sufferers !rom this disease that are
anxious to b cured should try lr Ki-s-ner's
Celebrated Consumptive I'owdcrn.
These powders are the only preparation
knovv n that will cure Con-timptiou and all
diseases of the throat unit lunr indeed,
so stroiiir is oiirlaiih in them, nnd also to
convince jou that they are i o btimbip.-, we
will forward to every nuuervr, ny man
postpaid, a free i rial box.
V e don't want your money until you ate
perlect'y sati-tied'ol their curative powers.
If you lile is worth saving, oon't ttclay
jrlvli g these owilers a trial, as tbey wil
surely cure you.
Price, I r larire box. ?.'!. sent to rny pur'
ot the L'nited Slates or Canada by mail on
recuipt of piice d r s.,
ASH & ROBBINS,
ulsO Fulti n M eel, lirui khn. .V .
PRICES F.S2U.ID 13 SUIT THS TlilES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2 00 Per Cay
Spaofal Rataa by Wek or Month
A limited numU-r of very desirable liimily
riMima can be secured at reaaonabla rutea tor the
I h,. si. hurles is the larireet and best appoint
ed llou.u in Southern Illinois, ulid ia the leadiii
hotel in Cairo. NotwtMi.lamliim tliu "Hev.
Hock" reduction iu prices, the Ul le will, m
umiuI, be lilierally supplied villi the very U-s
of every thiuit Unit cun be found in market.
I ine larire aiimple rooms lor coinnu rciul truv
elers, on ground Uoor, free of charae.
a-A II banKaKeof Kiivsls colivejed touudlron
the liolel Without ihulfe'e ...........
r . It. I I. ,
. Dealer tn
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
llway oa hand, the oelebraUsl tllumlnatla
Oornar Klavaath B treat and WaaMna'
tarn Atmh IW1
tl i-VJ. 1" kioiia. Liuna A kuiu l
iiuii, aiouwer ill Hue lor i.;l noi
Wkalkka iiVU Wwiuui, Clujaau, Itl
Xt 1m Worth 1
Tn every reader ol this paper who sends tia this
certillcatp and fl we will forward, for ot year.
"ill irea.nre," a mairntnceiit illustrate
Monthly Journal and Housekeeper's ilairaiina.
and ona copy of our new and eh (rant premium
AMvlNIJ A Pl.r:S-IVO
mtri iece of the Ihisseldorf school cf genre
pamtinfr, by 1'inf. .loMnn, aire io'vl.'i1 ex
iled in the liiulieM style ol in art. i.Mnii
price of, which Is and a copy of the following-hraittitul
norm descriptive ol'theebrcrco, in
eleg-anl illuminated colora for IraminK.
Ay but wait, froo.1 wife, a minute;
I hive flrM a word to .ay
to yon know what to da is?
fother, 'tis our wedding" day!
Just as ntitv. we nt at s;if.ier
when theirues'i hid (t"iic a woyj
Yon !t that side, I eat this side,
f orty years aim to-day t
Then vht plans webild together;
What brave thinva I meant todo!
Could weilrm to-rtnv Would find ns
At this table me and Vouf
r.ctterao. no doubt nnd yi t I
sometimes think I r.iniiot tell
It.id our hoy ah, J'! I know, dvar(
Yes. He doeth all things well.
Well We've hsd our Joys and sorrows,
Shared our 'luile. hs well ns tcs.rs;
And the bei-t ol all I've bad your
KaithH.l love lor torty veswva!
Poor we've lnTn, tint not forsaken:
t.rii f we've known but n, ver rd.aire
Father f-r T by eie'le-s mercies
Mill we hie.-s lb) llu.y name:
llus Is a rare ibatKC
(or yon to ninke mon
ey w v ni pay you
Isrire ca.-h eon nils-
Mona and pive veil ecluir territory !nd
n one dollar, 'avoid tiiiin eisi-ary corrrs)'r.
dene, receive voiir tcrritoiy , arid fi '" work at
once. I pon re'er ipt ol winch we will forwaru
aircnt's mi-lit. cert flcate of agency , etc. Speci
men c.pii-s lo , wt none iY--e
Addre-s The Trenaure PubUnhlnsT Co
No 4'Mfd.ir MreeU New York
r hardware dpjlei for the
V? rJil" P'lweM Fr.""r;'? J' ife,
k.ihi.. i t-sieSl 3 ... Ii. ill".1
Made only bv the fitftndftrd Manufacturing
Co. Pittab'urir Pa. Kvery kettle mad., of
ent iron, warranted nnd tin -ipinpssl not to r-oiia
t-in any lead or ars nic ur any utlicr poi-onous
matter whenever, ..--lm
O. D WILLIkilSON,
And Dealer in
Tfa. 13 OHIO LEVEE.
SPKC.AI. atte.utiol a;ivui looonsitfnmeuUi and
STBATT0N & BIRD,
A.QEXTS A.KKUIOAN POWDa 03
7 Ohio Iifvee.
EOOTS & I OES
Specialty ia Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
)ICIXuAU ANP KKTAIl.
IN TI'E CITY.
Gooda Sold Very Close.-
Corner 10lh St. and CommerctaJ Av
C. 0. PATIER L CO.
No fO Ohio Tieve.
yil. R. SIITIl
Physician Ss Surgoon,
Orticc iu Witiler'a lUot'k. corner oev-uth and
Comnu-rciiil Avenue, (eutram on sevenln.
Hulcnivi bit t ii tu tn-t. wi-t oi v liiuiituu
fata1! Patent rafjKjnjl"
1 I- roni one ni a tin iiaiiuo lac-aiudliea of any
dcsljtu, wiilinii, diavvii.k', loaj'., noticra, pru
i..l vvuiniiutioii pup r, etc., ii'rn uua writ-
ami an ordinary copviiiL-iireea ' procea ia
aiuiple. ca.-v. a"J iupid scud lor dercriptive
circui.ir, hiiI a.hlroa 'J I Hi 1' t' Y K A I'll
lit . .Voruieh, t oiiii. or JUlIN MU-NTIttlt.
Icvi N. sixth Si. st Louia, Mo.
lloarhee'a Uentiun Nj rup.
t'au tow be rtiri'ha.cd rithl at h'liie: it
ia tho nut mr, lul prepnrut r n ever iu-
troduced t our I eoph- 1 wmka iike a
cbann iu till cjt' loriaumptiuti i ctuuiu
lilu, lieinoi rlniiri u!liii.n. aevaro coUKua,
croup, au l otlu r 1 1' rout ami luv.g diseaatsa.
.No person has ever uaeu tlita uiedicina
without getlini; Immediate re icf, yet Uiera
are a Kood niAoy poor, audcrlnt;, kktptical
per, out j;oir about our ativcU with aaik
plcioua uoiiyb, and the vobe ol eoD.ump
liou comio. liom their luu-, that w ill aot
try it. If you die, it ia your cwu l.uil, a
you csu go to 1'aul I). K, ,ub, dru.','iai, aud
;et a sample bitl lor 10 reoia and try It
threa itoaea will relievo any (aa. Kcsular
slz ob!j H cnu.