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, iMO BUSINESS HOUSES.
tf ni Ut iniBtnMillrm nn have lljrwfc lin
i, In thin '(lliiina under appropriate heading
illiterate of Sl.fw t month ot tli ier year
I Ayuhle quarterly In I'lnn"-
TnfMwwrr., fttavee nm Tin Warr.
Aj If ALLEY Tiealer In tovea,Tin and Hard
irj, n,l Farmer' Implement, W ire
n.i KHarnerr.ial Avenue. OmteriDK. and Job
or vine wo ami i h'f...
; ,, . I.nmbvr.
J. S.Mr.iiAIIKVlieulerin hard and Boftlnm
lT. flooring, erillntf, elding and surfaced
liimlwr, iHth and aliinirle Ofllcw and yard
rnrner I wentlcth street and Washington avenue
LANCASTER KICK-Pealer In saih,
aoora, blinda, etc., liHrd and soft lumlasr and
thlngles. Yard una oflico, Commercial avenue,
Turner ITIh street.
I). I! A tlTM A N f)enter in Queenaware, Toys
1 .amp and alt kind of fancy articpa. omriier-
; a. areuue, curlier ' in atrtvi.
Photo a; ra fib jr .
WILLtAM W!NTLK-,lxth street between
miiirciaJ avemio and Washington avenue.
Itttiuns a ait Jlereltaal railarliia-.
.IOIIN ASTKIM-MeTf.hantTailnrand dealer
In lU-ady Made Clothing. 71 Ohio Levee.
Krai ratal Aarrnrlra.
M. J. HOWLKY-ltral ratate Agent. Buy
ari'J aella real etau, collect renta, pay tax'
lor non-reaident lc. Coniiuere.lal avenue, be
tween Ninth ami Tenth street.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Traina from Cairo,.
Tralna Leave Cairo
2 20 p.". r t LXpre, arriving In rL
Lout e.W p. m.; Cliieapo. a.m.
2 20 p.tn, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
vIlle PAST LINE
Arriving In Cincinnati 8:30, am.; Louis
ville, M 2Y, am; Indlvnapoli. 4.15 a.m.;
I'aaaengera by thl t:ln atnve at above
OF aXY OTHER KOCTE.
1,'JO r. m. Fast Mail with sleeper attach
ed, for ST. LOT IS ami CHICN'iO,
arriving in M. Loul- at a.m. hi-
aifo at 4-'i) p.m. Connecting at nlin
or Kttirifbam lor Cincinnati, Loulaville
FAST TIME EAST
I'aa.ertifpre by thl lino po through to
tlie Kt-t without any dcUy i allied by
Ibe MAlUItH.W A KT Kit NOON 1KAIN
HtoM CAIHO All'UVKS IN XKW
YuKK MoNHAV MUKSI.Vi
AT 10- .').
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTIIKK KOL'TL.
Advertisements of rmnpetii.r linen lli?.t
tbty ra ke bi ltf-r I tut- than tbi t'LP, are
are -ueJ eitlier tbroiith l'f.orance cr a
i sire to iniNleaJ the puliltc.
t or tbrouprt ticket autl Intortnstion,
Mity at llllno' "nirj II M I n, t ir
TAI( AKIUVM AT C4IIO
Mail - 1 C a in.
J AS. JOHNSON.
Ofril .Southern Apt.
.f. II. JoNEfl. Tt.:k( t Apt.
M. J. Hcwley
Real Estate Agent.
RllOM : ".VIMUl'.S BUM K.M
! ;iint ol f-ix rtxniK on Twct.Ui tli
vtrw t,at of Walnut, J12.
I nvtiliiig of fijfl.t roon:?, on" Walnut,
war Fifueuii etrt'tt. IIiit, (13.
Two store rooms in Winu r'a IJIock;
one Iroiilltijf on S:vi-iitn strct-t nucl the
otticr on Commercial avt-nue. l!oom
on m-coiii! lluor ol Winter' I!lo;k.
T iiciuiTiti Xoa. 3 ami ." of W'lntrr' row
ol live rooms each. Kent, $10.
iWv ilwelliiig of i x rooms on Ci'OM
strift, in a (Irvsirrible m-ihhorliooil.
Wavrily liotel t-lifap to a jjood U-UPiit.
Kxct-llent two-fetory houe on Twenty
ilghtli etrrtt. comlortiWy arranged,
liont, f 10.
Cottage on Utlistreet, Ixtweea WaU
ington avenue ami Walnut ftreet.
Storeroom and dwelling lately Mat
son's hoe More.
Two-story house on 19t!i ?treet, ot nix
rooms. Kent $10.
Htore room corner ISth fctreet and
Two-tory houe corner 12th and Wal
nut ntre.'t.. Kent iC.
Desirable rooms in various arts of Die
For artistic FuotojirapriB at a moderate
eost cidl at Guslave Wetzell 8 Ualiery.
iUe eOYcu ot error aud abuitca io
larlvlHe. Manltood IUntorel. lni
iieillinenM to marriage reiuovel.
Sew nellioil of treatment. Ne
iund remarkable reaiohca. B'Kjka
jaud eircuiara aeut i'ree in Mlei
otiATiow. iU S. Ninth a. 1'liila
leiiliia. I'u. An institution huv
injt a li if h remnttion tor lioior
uble conduct and ruleiunul
Ilollomaj 'a fill nuU Ulutiurnl.
Scrolula wai considered incurable until
he great discovery of "Jlolloway's 1'ilU
nd U went" flashed upon the world.
DUeases which baffled the skill ol the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
lens remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
ijt curable by them. Twenty-rive cent
per box or pot.
'ariu for KeuU
A flue farm of So acre in Alexander
county .on the Mississippi ilvtrat Berry'
landing. Good dwelling, Warn, well, Ac.
on the pbce. Kent low to a frood tenant.
M. J. 1IOWI.EY,
3t lUal tetate Ag't.
in nn hours
I V K. M? K. t.
I I Th knltrlitt of the almte orler meet
UhI at tlieir hall the tint and third Monday
in ritcu month. Commeruial avenue, 2d door
kottlh of Uth iirel, mipm.
John U. IIoi.mh.O. C. M.
'iv Knlvlita of Trthiaa. meets evere Frt.
LA duy niKlit at luLf-t aevan, in Odd-
t dloWS' uaii . 1 iiowa,
AMCXANDKK UHMK, KO. B4.
lnliietiieni urier hi wa-rn
ijf lown, merU every ThurMivy niKht
'mA' at hall-at aevan, in ineir nan on
XfninieiTiiu aveutie. wiwrn niwiwii. ..-(ifcu
rrn-w Will K. lUwaim. N. ti.
YIKO KNCAMPMKNT, t. O. O. F.. meets
yin Odd-rellowa' HU on the fi ret and Uiirt
i tieieia) in every month, at half-t aeven
A . Cox nil.. C I
A UIKnUMMiK, fit). ICfT.A.r. 4 A. M.
llidd rulMr communications in in a
Jfliroiiio Hall, wirner Commercial avenue
' v and Kiiriilh aireet, on the awoond and
'oiirth Mondav ol each month.
RATM OF ADVEKISINU.
rl-All bills for advertiaiuc, are due and pay
able t! AUTAXCB
Transient advenialns; Will lie inserted at Uia
rate of tl "0 per square for the Orst ins Ttion
and 5" cents for each aubnejuent one A llrinral
oiwcount will be made on standing and dinpl
For inAeniiiK Funeral notic SI eo Notice ol
mitiri of societies or secret orders t cenU for
Church, Society, Frotival and Supjier notines
will only be iueerUid as alvcrtimenU
No advertisement will tie received at leas than
6- cents, ar.d no Klvertiwirw ut will be inaerted
for leeathan three dollars per month
LOCAL HI HIXLNH XOK V.H
Of one sfjuare (S lines apaet-) or more, in-sert.-d
in the Blllf.tiThs follows : (Less
than one aqu-irc counted as ft crjuare.)
One insertion per square $ 50
Two inM-rtlon per square "5
Three insertions i;r Sfjuure 1 00
Six iiiMTtlons per square 1 75
Two weeks per iuare 2 50
One month per sfjuare- 3 50
hpecutl rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time.
fATLKI)AY. 3IAV 12. lb"7.
luteal WeatlKi Kepora.
C'Atao. 111., May 11, (rC7.
IIam. Tux. Win). I Vsl. I With
WM'tl ' ' i I L clou'ly
i a m.
30. 10k M
l r',7 i 7'
:. at 7.'
J AMk.S WATSON,
Bcrveaot, fiucnai hervioe, V. 8. A.
A house on Iiviion etreet, letween
Washington avenue and 'Hlnut t-treet.
Apply to W.K. Jtmith.
Horse, buggy, harness, and a complete
outfit for the tame. The horse, live
year old, buggy and harness nearly
new, all tor one hundred and fifty dollars.
Apply to X. W. Hacker, 70 Ohio levee.
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
mens.' garment, Xo. 30 Kitftilh street,
Cairo. tfeiitK-uieii' hat dyed and
cleaned and blocked in the latest style.
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove impurities from all labric w ith
out Injury to the material. lin.
I lrl-t Inoa I. actuary.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
laundress, Xo. 12 Fourthstreet.be
rwcen Washington and Commercial aye
iue, has one of the best conducted laun
irj establishment in the city, and land
.nrds of hotels and boarding houses w ill
jnd it to their advantage to call upon
flt-iarra auil llraekel.
h. C. Ford has removed hi Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He ha opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
ehromos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tass-el fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture training made a speciality
Cluomos mounted in t'je cheapest and
best style, lm
T" all who are iiiflering from the
errors and indisi retion of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
i medy was discovered by a missionary
.n South America. Send a self-ad-diessed
envelope to the lU-v. Joseph T.
Inman, Station I). Hible House, New
'J i,'. l-ii-i n
(roaaliiji I lie lleaert
Is generally an eventlul episode in life;
whether it be as pilgr'in to worship the
prophet' shrine at Mecca, or as a part ot
a caravan ot merchant. Tha dangers of
the destructive simoon, attacks ot preda
tory robbers and tho agony of dying
from thirst are dissipated on reaching
one of those gardens ot the desct, an
oasis. Partaking of that which recuper
ates, they meet their future difficulties
with recruited strength and renewed en
ergies. So with modern life, dangers
from disease threaten all humanity, but
it w e make use of a remedy w hich allevi
ates accute attack of sickness, thus pre
venting their becoming chronic, we shall
realize that necessary and refreshment in
traveling lite' desert w hlch ha been dis
covered iu the Home Stomach Bitters.
Tlie Hlae 1'ourae In Kueuiiiutiaui.
Kheuuiulic patient who have been In
duced to submit to depletion by blood
letting, or to take c .techum and other
drug ot an equally pernicious character,
will consult their well-being by abandon
ing such insane procedure, and using a
a substitute Ho to tier's Stomach Bitters,
which will Intalllbly a fiord theur the
much desired relief, and I absolutely
rate. This benign vegetable (lepurent
cool the blood by expelling from it the
Inilunimatory elements which give rise to
maladies of a rbciuatic and irouty type,
and recllile disordered condition ot the
stomach, nervous system and bowel
which .usually accompany them. As
rheumatism ha a tendency to attack the
heart, the desirability ot an early resort
to the Hitters is obvious, since the danger
h Increased by every moment of delay.
The Knllwnnl Cemetery.
Thy taut 1'ul.i'kl Patriot says ; "(Jen.
llaird.ol 1'hil Sheridan's staff, was here
on Tuesday Inspecting the national ceme
tery. We understand he eipreeu him
self pleaKC'l ltli the Urt-clas condi
tion In which he found everything kept
by the efllcient supcrlntctident Mr. Fit.
The L'liin lime and rock works, located
on the 1 ne of the Illinois Central railroad
about one mile above I.'llin.was told at
public auction a lew day; ago, the Illi
nois Central railroad company becoming
the purchasers. Judge (i-cen, of Cairo,
and Mr. P. Daggy, land commissioner
lor the company, and II. (j. Carter and
John Lluegar, were all in attendance on
lias received a
largcassorttncnt ol artificial teeth, and is
prepared to supply all of his patrons.
All branches ol dentistry perionnwl in
the rnoct durable manner. Call at once.
Olllce Kighih street between Washing
ton and Commercial avenue?, Cairo, Illi
nois. Tobnreo ami Ofc-ei-a.
Merchant. ifrocers. and saloon-ketDers
) ehould not torget that Messrs. Corlis &.
lUtikln, proprietors ol tiie I'rairie State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
op'ncd an estioilstirni-nt at the corner
of Sixtfi street and Obi levee in this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and most complete stock ol
obaco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, arid are prepared to
nupply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. IValers are In
vited to call and examine their stock.
Mrs. .Spear has removed her place ol
business from Seventh s'reet to Com
mercial avenue, No. 11s, in 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
Irom Xcw York, cotiaUting ol ladies hats
of all patterns, flowers, leather and all
kinds of good ! in the millinery line.
Ladies will do Will to call and examine
before buying f.'lewhere. She will be
leased to show goods at all times. Hats
bleached and trimmed to order: coloring
Mat k or brown -1-22- lru
The Sew Town Hall a Ajer.
This elegant structure i now complete.
In beauty of oesign it surpasses anything
ol it kind in the state. Constructed ol
brick and dark marble it is as pcrma
rien as It is charming. The English
architects have adorned it in subdued
colors, which please without tiring the
eye. Ir. J. C. Aj sr built aud gave it to
the town in acknowledgment of tho dis
tinction they couferrvd upon hitn in tak
ing hi name. Although it is a gener
ous gilt, still tlie hearty good wishes ol
a w hole people are of greater value, and
the generous donor has doubtless secured
tllcoi. Grvl'jti (Mann.) Journal. lm
Trie Beat Rf-uicmnt.
Of failing energy, that to which the
tagged out mau ot business, the brain
fatigued author, the tired advocate or the
weary artisan can resort with tlie great
est certainty that it will revive his over
wrought po.vers, is Hosteller's Stom
ach bitters, a most genial tonic cordial,
as well as a benign remedy lor disorders
ol the stomach, liver, bowels and urinary
orgsns, and a means of eradicating aud
preventing intermittent and remittent
levers. It not only enriches the blood
and creates a new fund ot energy In the
system, but it h.ts the effect of expelling
impurities lrom the lite current which
beg-t disease. The Injurious Influence
of abrupt transition ot temperature, of an
unwholsoiue climate and injurious diet,
are counteracted by It, and it promotes
digestion, appetite a;vl sound re
pose. Give it a trial and be conduced.
R TJ T H
Tho Padcah Harmonic society have
the pleasure to announce that at the re
quest ol many of the citizen of Cairo,
they will produce the celebrated can"ata
ol "Jiuih" at the athtneuiu on Tuesday
evening. May 15th. The chorus in the
production of the great cantata will con
sist of upwards ol kkjhty sixukrs. The
costumes and properties have been got
ten up at great expense, aud the piece
has requi.ed several months of study and
It is seldom the lot ot any one to w li
nes the production of the great cantata
more than once lu a lite-time. Tickets,
50ct. Kesrrved seats, 75cU., at Dan
Hartmau' where Librettos may also
be procured at 15cts. a copy. i did
The following is a list ot letters it
uiaining uncalled tor at the postoHlce iu
Cairo, Alexander county, 111., Saturday.
May 12th, 1877:
LadilS. Colurs, Khoda; Culliey, Ara-
bell; Grommore, Delia; Hardy, Etta;
Holder, Amanda; Hunt, Fannie; Ilogan,
Eiuma; Johnson. Sarah; Nelson. Xaney:
Puckett, Mary W.; lU-dburn, Evaliue;
llepp, Mrs, F. K.; Kobbius. Lottie; lilue.
Mary; Scott, Mrs. R.J. ; Welson, Nancy.
Gests. Bethard, A. D.; Brown, A.
C; Brizal, J. M.; Brown, Reuben;
Crum, JI. E.; Casper, Walter; Fowler,
C. II.; Hayes, Jake; Harriet, J. L.;
Hardin, Wesley; Jones, J as. P.; Kelly,
J a. S.; Kay, Lou; Litueslall, G. J.;
Meyre. Aldne; Slartln, II. J.; Martin,
II. P.; Mann, John; Miller, Capt. It. B.
Madison, .ho.; Payne, Allen; Paine,
Jack; Price, Ned; Stept, Ja.; T rebus,
C. J.; Wine, E. A.; Vlley, J. M.; Web
ster, J. B.
Persons calling for any of the above
letters will please say 'sdvcrilaed."
Gno. W, McKbaio, P. M.
IRISHMEN, LISTEN 1
A al In Behalf ol ftawn TmrfdeH
The Time ha rme Hbra a Mtrlhe fa
Llberiy May be niirreaalnl.
Cairo, III., May 11, 1S77.
To the Irishmen ol Cairo t
The time has at length arrived when
you should assist by earnest effort the
movement long since begun by Irish pa
triots lit the metropolitan cities ot the
union. That England will become In
volved in tho existing Eastern compli
cations l.,according to the matured Judg
ment of observant minds, an
affirmative tact tor future history.
Russia is becoming a looming power on
the European chess-board. Conscious
ot her vast territory and her numerous
WELL DISCIPLINED ARMIES,
She tramples on and Ignores those inter
national technicalities so scrupulously
held sacred by the lesser powers i and,
as a consequence ol her rashness, other
nations England being one to main
tain tlieir traditional dignity, will be
lorcod to a declaration ol war. We well
know that England,
OCR TYRANNICAL MAU KB,
Views with no feelings of complacency
Kuia s prestige In the exi-ting struggle.
The English nation, speaking through
her representative. Earl Derby, clearly
defines her sentiment regarding Rus
sia's encroachment. A bloody and
prolonged war between these two
giant powers Is, we think, inevitable.
Russa, youug, large and vigorous, fear
no enemy, and quails Lot at a threatened
dange". England is
I'ROID AND IUCGU1Y.
Success U her birthright, and when
honor is involved, Mie recks not the
dread ol arbitrament of arms. Now,
fallen Irishmen, "Englaud's difficulty is
Ireland' opportunity." This is a ttale
and threadbare postulate, but it I nev-
erthelejs true. Should England declare
war to-morrow, are the Irish of Amer
ica prepared to place an army In the field
STRIKE FOR LIBERTY?
Surely the aggiegated supremacy ot ccn
tunc ot persecution and siavUh subor
dination are causes sufficient for,
our becoming the allies of any nation or
nations at war with our inveterate toe
England. House yourselves, then, to a
realization of your required duty. The
boon of national liberty 1 within your
grasp. You have but to reach forth lor
it and it is yours. Oh ! I beseech you,
grasp the treasure! The fpirit voice ot
your martyred countrymen call on you
ALLEN, LARKt.V AND O'BRIEN,
Standing in the felon's dock Allen. Lar
kin and O'Brien, hanging from the gib
bet in the jail yard at Manchester
Allen, Larkin and O'Brien, crumbled to
dust In their grave at Glasner'n cry
out to you to strike for freedom and
nationality! Beyond the portals of
the tomb, on Eternity' shore
less expanse, the spirits of Em
met and Mitehel and O'Mahoney
hover, restless, yearning, as it were
to be clothed again in mortality' garb,
that they might rouse their couutrymen
to earnest, united action. Will you heed
these silent voices? If not ready with
your personal services to assist your
country, yoo can render very material
aid by pecusiary contributions. In the
city of New York i a number of gentle
men, the sworn and regularly appointed
trustees of a fund especially designated to
further any scheme for
Nothing can bo accomplished without
money. Aras will have to be purchased,
vessel equpped, army supplies pro
vided, besides the many other expenses
incident to spirited campaign. We
have good and tried men it the helm
men who hare tasted deep ot the bitter
water of England' injustice; men, who,
for being lover of their country, have
lunguifhed fr years In England jails.
This sincerity cannot be qustioned. They
are now calling on you for money. As
sist them, aid as sure as ttiere is a God
in heaven Robert Emmet's epitaph will
be written it letter ot gold when peace
again yisit distracted Europe. T. J.
At Villa lodge, Illinois, on the after
noon of W'dueaday, May 9. at three
o'clock. Mrs (Sarah Scott Ed-on, wile ot
Judge ObedEdson, aged Seventy-seveu
years, seven months aud three dav..
Tlie rnarritd lifeol the deceased exten
ded over a period of sixty-one years, the
Pearl (sixtitth) wedding anniversary
being celebrated a year ago last Febru
ary. She was boru In Hampshire county.
Massachusetts, and removed thence with
w ilh her pareuu to Chautauqua county.
New Yorit, where she was married at au
early age, she and her husband moving to
Villa Utdgu in 1SJ4. She had been a
member of the Methodist Episcopal
church tor torty Fear, iier last sickness
extended over a period ot only eight
days. Beiore passing away she ex
pressed her laitli that she was going to a
home ol eterual happine with her
Savior, whom hc had so loug loved and
served. Her lite was one ot usefulness
and unselfish devotion to her family, of
Christian fortitudo aud Datii-nnj. moW
affliction. She raised a large family ot ehll
ilreu, six of whom, (three sou and three
daughters) are now living, five ot them
being presei.t at the bedside ot their dy
ing pareut, me auavut one i daughter)
residing at such a distance that she could
not be notified ot the impending afllic
tion la lime to be la attendance on the
mourntul occasiou. Uer afllicted hus
band will sadly miss his life-long and
devotedly loved companion and help
meet; and her children, 'her. grand and
great-grand children, will ever cherUb
with deeD affection the memory of the
dear departed. Her uncomplaining sub
mission to the affliction ol death, ot which
she has had au uuuu:d share, aud her
self sacrirkiug devotiou to the welfare or
tier latuily and triends, have greatly en
deared her to a Urge circle ot acquaint
ances, who admired iter lor her unosten
tatious devotiou to her duties as a wife,
mother and neighbor, and loved heil tor
her i lie-long exampllcatlon of all tho
christian virtues. VV. (j, y,
C leaai I p.
This Is the month when everybody
should do what in the army
used to be called "police duty;" that is,
thorougly clean up, purilv.and, if need
be, disinfect their own premises before
the real warm weather comes. All tho
accumulated filth and rubbish should be
removed, especially from . etween
and around buildings and out houses.
Such places will breed contagion, fever,
and many ailments, easily prevented If
the necessary sanitary precaution is
taken, but hard to get rid of when they
do come. In places where it Is neces
sary to use disinfectants or deodorizers.
cloridu of lime, or common lime, carbolic
acid, coperas, or even a thick laver of
earth or clay, will usually be lound effec
tive where Its use is practicable.
A Beautiful Scene.
The banquet scene In the last act of
Ruth i said by those who witnessed it at
Paducah to have been very beautiful.
The tables were covered with scarlet
cloths and spread with fruits and flow
ers held in caskets ot silver, immitation
ot wines of different colors In glass ves
sels, flagons and xroblets reDresentlna
golden ware adorned the tables, and the
whole lighted up by burning tapers in
candelabras of silver, made a scene of
oriental splendor seldom w itiicsscd.
Mrs. Jas. Powers, living on Tenth
street between Washington and Com
mercial avenues, is very sick with pneu
monia, and late last night it was tRought
she could not survive long.
l or Male,
A grocery store, stock and fixtures, lo
cated at Bird's Point, Missouri, will be
sold for $125. For particular inquire
at F. Korsmeyr's Cairo, Ilia. 5 8 2w
LOCAL P0CKST PIECES.
Fine fashionable casslmere stilts, at
$12.50, at Farubaker & Haas'. If
:rown thy head in glory w ith one of
SteUou's Philadelphia hats, at $4.
Farubaker & Haas. tf
Summer is upon us, and the reliable
clothiers, Farnbaker & Haas, are selling
the best (unequaled by tailor) white
vests from $1.00 to $5.
We are creditably informed that
Winter & Stewart are just in receipt ot a
large lot ot cigars of all kinds a::d quali
ties, which are to be sold at auction
sme time next week.
Pa, did you hear the news? The best
cassimere pants in the city are sold now
at live dollars at Farnbaker & Haas'. If
From one to three boxes of Sliep
ard's Ague Powders, warranted to cure
ague, chills and fever, or money refund
ed. Price $1 per box ; three boxes for
$2, by mail postpaid. Agents wanted
ti whom a liberal commission will be
allowed. Address S.M. Shrpard, Law-
renceburg, Indiana. -It
Revolution In tbe shirt trade (Qua
ker City unlaundred hhlrts. We are the
manufacturers' agents for this thin
guaranteed to be the best made aud most
perfet fitting shirt manufactured in the
United States. We offer a shirt made ot
Waumsuttu muslin and 2100 linen at
$1 25. Our very best at $1 50. Meas
ures taken and a perlect fit guaranteed.
Stuart A Guolson.
Mr. Ed. Braxton, that chief of ton
soriul artists, has taken charge of the
shop on Eighth street, owned by the late
D niel Lauipert. Ed. Braxton is one ot
tlie best barbers in the state, a well us a
gentleman in hi intercourse with his
patrons. He was one ot tlie suflerer iu
the late tire at the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly. He I now trying to bu Id up again,
and we bespeak tor hiui a fair share ot
patronage. He deserve it. tt
Refrigerators, the very best, at A.
Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue. Also,
6toves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden aud farmers' im
plements, plows, corn planters and shelt
ers, sulkey rakes, and a general stock ol
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging basket ot all
kinds; the largest variety ol bird cage
in '.he city and will be sold very low at
A. Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue.
Wan I'arAHTMBKT Uivbh Uaroi, i
May 11, 177.
STATION. LOW WATBB.
rr im n. I im.
Cau :u 1-
Hitutmnr. 7 M X I i
Louiavillc 10 1
.oiaeh villa W tl X 10
St. Louia - -i
Evanavillc 6 XI o
Memphis .... ' 7
Vicaturir if I
Sew Orleans. .. I 5 0 C
Iielow DltfU wtr IsT
Hera-wnt. Surnal ncrvir. " tt. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
Boacatee'a Uaruaau Byra.
Can tow be pure-based right at home; it
Is the mo't successful preparation ever In
troduced to our people. It work like a
charm In all eases consumption pneumo
nia, hemorrhage, a-thru, severe coughs,
croup, and oh r throat and Inn'; 1ra. s
Xo pt r-ou Iim ever uaed Una uiedl ioe
wilh out getting ImmedlaUi tt lf, yet Ih. re
are a vo-id many poor, auflerlMjf, ski pUeal
periona going about our sneeU with a aus
picious cougn, aed the voice o e-iisuni
Uon coining from their lung , th .t will ni
Lrylt- lfyoudte.lt i your ow i l ull, a
you can go t faul G. cuuh, druggist, aud
get a sample boule lor It) cenis and try it
three Uoaes will relieve any caae, KtguUr
U e only 75 cents. row.
WHOLESALE AJIV RETAIL.
IN TFE CITY.
Ooods Sold Very Close.
Uorner 19th St. and CommercJaJ At
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
O. D WILUAMSON,
And Dealer in
N. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
QPfrC.AXattenlio! rlvrn torcnaignmrntA anr
STEATT0N & BIRD,
AOENTS AMERICAN POWCE CO
&? Ohio Lftvoo.
SO Ohio Levee.
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee. Sugar & Syrutj,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
W. H. MAEEAN, M. D.
Bcseipiliic Rjsidsa aid :rp
Ir. rsrigtiam s Suocrtior )
OfUco 130 Commorcitl Ave.
--l-'n Cairo, Llinois.
Special ammion liwn in the trnitm.n
r.liroiuc Ili.eusea ami lieAi-a 'cuiar in
.HARRISON I EACH, M D.
EipecUl attention ijiven to Home opathic
treatnieot ot nirt:t- m1 ohease. ml w,n.hio
disea-e and di-eas. a ol women and ehil
dreo. Oltice ou L'omoit-lcial uvri.uo ne.r
Mn-u street. C'.iKo. ILL.
M. K. SMITH
Physician & Surgeon,
Ollii-ein Waller's 111. ,rk corner M-vmili anu
Commercial Aviniie. (entrance on MAtntn.
KuaiUi-nce liiirbriiln tre-t, wet ol Wanlii- Ktuu
DRS. CANINE & "WniTLOCK,
HaviuK eiiti red Into a co-partnt-rliip, f r the
imroose oi p'U. llciniJ ueiitutry. ill ull ila
biaui'hen, would renpei-tiully Inlorm lliuae need
ing the M-rvlocaol'i dti:nil oHrior, IIihI liiey
re prepared lo attend to their HalHi in every-rvupi-eC
'1 lie Uliina of teeth done in the moil taijJIai--Sory
uiamier. iuertniK armlciul di ulurc, l
wava with a view of re.tonu-, as lar as pr-c
tii-able. ti lost Contour an t nuluiul xpri'iion
it (be moat iiiiprovel iueiliot and inatrriulH
TeelQ cilro'-ieil aboluiety without pain by
i.ing nitroua oxide K.
Iliey eaicml an luviuiion toll, to ca l and
lee tliciu and .olicit a IHa-ral aliuivoi their put'
-ouatfe. Work gUiiTUKt-d. I'rio-a inoderuu.
CAMS K A W ill 11 ot K,
4 hurt(e n liciili.la
l"C ininercinl enue. betwen :h and th ila
J. II. MiLaBY, 1. T. wixaoAa, J. M. LAasnia
MULKE, LINEGAR &, LANSDEN,
Attornoys at Law,
I AIKU. ILLS,
OFFICE: Cbiniucrtlal Aver.ue, nl oilira c
Lincgar a. ijinxiea J--.-0111
buu please cupy.
Con.uinplion, that aimr-. 01 luimanity. I.
the a-rrai dread ol Uiw liuiiiau tUmlly, lu all tivil
nl couutru-a. ,
1 feei eoiiUdent thai I am In poasertion of thr
Only .ur, lufalllljlt) remedy uow kuoau lo
t, profe.aioa lor ibe aperdy Muive cum ol
liai iinl UlsaaM. aud iu unweltxiiiie Obucoin
lUnta, vui CaUriu, Aatlinia, Urontlull., .Ner
voua Ikbilitr, eU;., etc. 1 am old lny. Ibe.
Iiava lu lua-lii'iue. 1 weuly-nul Jer expe
rieuw a" a buay practiliouer in lha bet cou
uiuptioo boapi'al. in tlie oi l aud new world,
lia uu(hl fue lha Value or proper uuslicu li"U
both local aud coODUtiitiuual iu the cup-ol thia
rri 'il enemy ol our race 1 have iuud il. Iiu
I alU diKrawaina 1 alarliMl aUI toauy to thore
ufleriuf wilh euuaunipiwa or any ol Uv abu
maladies, thai byaddrraa U( uia giving ayiupa
louu, Incr shall be pni io HMrtoion joiin,
real lawn, without ihasa, aud h..ll hv tie
Lclietft of wy eacrut. c in thuuauuil ol ca.
uceufully IreaU t. rult particular, di
liana for preparation and iw, aud advice a uo
Inairuuiiooa for auceeaal'ul Uealiueut ai .,i,t
owe bonK, will he roiived .by you by reiaru
mau, in i euarav, iy auiiree.MUi;
I K JoliN a. UL UN K TT,
31ty P.; JcUeraju aticei Iau,uvi1
AN UNRIVALED ILLUSTRA
When ScurnxcR Issueil IU famoiia MIJ.
summer II. 'tinny Nuniner in July, alntnilly
cntl ! aai.i ol lu "We are tioi aure but that
rCKlR.NRR ban tooelieil higli-wati r m .rh.
W e it j not ace w ht worlds ro ielt to it la
eonuuer." Hut the publishers lo Lot con
idr mat thty havu rea:hed ihe ultima
thule of ee Hence they teiieve "tlieie are
umer wonu- w eoiiquer, atu they propose
to eoiifpii-r ihnn."
ihe prospecus r,r the new volume gives
Ui titlrsot tnorethan Buy j apera (mostly
IHustrr.i. J), by wmeraoi tliu hlahesl merit.
Lndcr the Head ol
we have "A Winuron tb MIp,' by Un.
MeClelbm; rauMi ri..fi. Alu.ut constanti
uople," l.y CliAiUa OuUley Warner; "uut
or My W indow at Moscow,- by Lukl
Seh .yler: "An Atiienvaii iu '1 in kisian,"
etc. Three seiial storiea are announced-
Bv Dr. Holland, the Editor,
whose story of "fk veooaks " ve the hip A
e-t sati-luttii.n to ibe leueis ol the
Tbe s. ene ot this latest novel la laid on
thebai.ksot i he llml-on The' hero la a
young mau who has hem always -tied to a
wuniau'a nirnri airing.," but. w ho, by the
death ol li a moiLer, la li tl alone In the
world to d iit on tht, current ol tile with
a lorluee, but wit .out a purpore.
Ai. other serial, "lim Iniieriianee." by
31im Tia'ion, wt l lipkin on tbe ..'ouipletiou
ol I but L -si o' Lowrie'a," by Jlr Hodg
son Burnett Mrn. Huinett's eti ry, bevun
in August, h:is a pthon and diumauc pow er
wl.icli Uavu been a surprise to the Mic.
I here i- to ee a aeiie of onj.'1'.ni and eX
qu.sii ly iliu-truteu papers ol -roiiutat .cl
eu e," ny u. kltril a, taih puier com
plete In u- elt.
1 here are lobe, tioui vsrioiis pe ns, paper
'Horns Llfo and Tivcl"
AIo. pra:tlcal suiteattona a- to town ar.d
country .He, v .1 . -. iuiprovemtuts, etc., by
w.il-kiiou i, o ciali-t.
Mr 1 iriuru's articles on va.-iou in lus-
ries ol ( em li Ham tnvludo Iho hi-toiy of
"!oiue hxperiuit iiia iu Co-operation." "A
S'.-otUh L nl Factory" iu iIim November
n ii in I or, and "Toad Lany, Koclida e," in
Di'ceintn r. Other paper- Rie, " I be liritinQ
IVorkiiikrin iii's Hotue," A Nation id m op
ketpei a," -lla'pt uny aAVeek for the Child."
A richly Illustrated sprie will be fciven on
"American fipoas by Hood ani Find," by
various writ. r-. aud ta. h on a dillerent
theuie. '1 he auoli-et of
"Household and Home ecoration"
will have a prominent pMce. whilst tie
pro' llciion-id Mn riiaoho oii-l- I ap
pear n om moniu to inoii li. I i,e li-t vf
sh'irier Mortei-, ji. icrvpbleal and ot !
em idles, etc , la a lonii "lie.
I n editorial il pariuu nt v ill ront ue to
employ the ablest pen both a', home and
abroad. 1 heie will t.e a seiiesol letter, on
literal y mutter", lrom London, by Mr. Wel
t..ri. The p'ljrea of the magazine will be open,
ahircl .. re, solar as limied space will
permii, to the tti-eiii-Htoii ot all Hume al
fectimr the socl d and relih-Us Hie ot the
v orid, uinl pi finliy t i ttie ireeln st tiiou-bt
ot the Christl;.n thinker aud s holira of
tliN coi.uti .
We im un to nmke tho magazire sweeter
and purer. IiIl-Ih t ai d nobler, more genial
and .'eueroua 'n all Its uttr ranees ami iiiilu
pip. a. and a luore Wi koine l-itor man
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Altliia lubU uie and lour
Ilctt- rso, no doulit and yet I
Snlucl llllt'a til I II Is I (Mhliot tell
ll.id our oi all, es ! 1 know , dear;
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Mured our mile. a well ,i. tear.;
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