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ILLIN0I3 CENTRAL R. It.
St, Louis & Chicago
Tho only Rood H.vntiin's Two
Daily 'i reins from Cairo.
Train Leave Cairo
p. i'.. I'it hxprc.'S arrivii:.; I.i -!.
l.'.ui f..'o p. ni.; . liiea'.'o. 7 :"' a.m.
2 20 p.Tn, CENCrNNATI & LOUIS-
ViLLE FAST LINK
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J'.---m-i-ri ty t iiiu uiiivcut atnM?
OF iNY OTlIZIt liOUIE.
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. 1. f ;r T. J.'il H nr. Hli At u,
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1 I f S. I't'lSl W A r' I i !! ! v i ii i N' T i:IN
I IHiM I AIK'I AMi I - IN M.V.
30 HOURS IM ADVANCE
OF AN Y nriiJ.1". KOI I I'.
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Real Estate Agent.
1:'. M l! I . I I. It's M.o: I-.''
!).vi-!!in:' t ?ix i""in ori Twt.ti. ih
?tii'f-t, .i-t ol vvaln'i:, i:.'.
I )-,v iiinjr 'd' eilit r'K'iii-, on' Walnut,
. ir l ifti i n;ii i-t' 1 1. 11 n', -il !.
Two fctore rooms iti Winter's lllue!,; J
oiie lrontin, on Seven: fi stm r anil ih''
it her on Coinmi r. :al u'.etiu,'. Ivuoins
on heeoud iloor ol inier'i Ulotk.
renetiients Nos. '' an.l .1 ol" Winti r's row
i live room ) t acli. Item, t H'.
Ni' d iM'ilill of -IX 10011! 1 11 Clii-il
:t.i' t, in a di'-ii".il.!"ii iyl.l'"ih.. .,1.
'i a rly hotel hi :;p to a ;v 1 I' I. " lit.
Ceel'.ent two -i-t'iry lion-.' on Ti nty
iohili .-Iii i t. i omlurtah! y r.n.iii.'. !.
I'.'-nt. i lO.
Cottage on 1 ltl-tr.t ' . between Wa-'.i-iii;.-ton
aveii'ie and Walnut -Ir- et.
Store r'ftii and !w liltitr iat ly .'0..'
on's hoo f-t 'ie.
Two--!ory hou-i- on I'.'t h -ti'-ei, ot -lx
ronmri. It. nt iV).
Store room corner 1m!i sin it and
Two i-tory lir.u-e corner U'h ard Wal
nut ft reels. K' nt i'1'..
1) -ir.ible rooms in vr.iioti- 1 nit - l the
for arti-tle I'hotorapiia at a mo.letate
2o-t call at Cij'tavo W efeH's ialii.iy.
1 ill.i,,v icie 1 .i ynui. iiii 11 "in.
(ilii n;n ii ii crrtii. Hint "iit:s m
If) pM twrlv lile- MaliUuoil Uiflore.l. lm-'Q
I . , FH . ..h 1 1 1...... I u I.. .,1.11 rid.'u ri'iii, iV.'il . r-1
I i 'i W !iii lliia 1' liiatiiituU New
Mi'""' I' I'ti 1 '"I I" it'iiictitt:. UiA JT
Upj nml i n'i ultti M ill !rf i'l feule.l nJ
! W-"" NhiIIi . Iliii- y
3l1 J ,ilvliiuii. I'a. An iiibUliili.'ii laiv-jj
IC3 h'S tiitfli iciiiiHtinii lor lioimr-,"
.iti'iH cui.'i u-i hi.. ri'oi.'4'auiiui
X I .11 "
llatlov. ilj ' mill Ointment .
Scrofula wii considered ineiirabld until
he treat ilUi-ove ty of Jlolloway's I'l!!
dul O mctit" tl. ihed uj oa the world.
Useues which tallied tho fkill of the
uiedii-'al schoolii, readily yield to these prcr
(Csi reniedit'8. Scurvy, erysipelas, alt
rheuia, itch, and ull eutinoous eruptions
are curable by theui. Twcuty-Uve ceiu
per box or pot.
I hiiu for Itent.
A line farm of 85 acres In Alexander
county ,on the Missii'sipplrlvirut 15erry'
landing. Good dwelling:, laru, well, &c.
C 11 the place, lfeut low to a good tenant.
M. J. Howi.ev,
3t . Jftal Kstute A t.
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WJ at lli ir Lull the IW-t til. 'I lli't'l Mnti l iy
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ii,: l-l ,li vn Hall on lli firnt nml tiiir-T
' a l.. ' . - r in'ililli, 1. 1 li 1 1 .iht nwi'H
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will i.n'.y I ' i'l i r!"l i.i U'!it;"-IM'U13
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i m il. iu sim .sh ui ;;s
Of mi" ''jii.iri.' liti.'.-: .'I'U' i j or mop', in-i-rrti'
1 i:i tlin Ui i.i.Kti.v ii- !oilijv : (is
tlic.n on': ire rouiiti J a. .1 'jiiarc.)
On" lu-rrLio:i 'f r nii;in- i ."'I
Two ii'rrr'.i'iiiR r -'ii:ir 7.1
'Mir i:i-i i tidti-t prr -'i'liirc 1 'hi
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ii" Tti'.tiMi f,f r fe'jii.-iro- 3 .V)
Sfjwial raUM tn.i'le on J.try: a ivi.':t'i.-:-nn'iif
or for lon"(-r tiniif.
o 'tin: i.i.i.o.iM
'II;'; ;.'jf.vo il'ff.irit .-'ciiiicr will li-.ivo
'.uro at o'cl ( k, p.'i'.,
Saturday Eyening, !9th,
J r uii ?:ci;r-ii.ii to '.iltitnlui-, Ky.. r.
tnn.iiij: to Cairo at 1 oYlock. a.. in.. Sun
Willii- j.r.-i i'lt'l, ;.til lliu-f? wi-liinj; to
ilimi! will liuvc a. i cpj urtuiiity to
'1 i. !,i f r tiif r 1 1 1 tt'p. il. For
t.' l.i l- apply to Jim J:-'-, or oil
v.;;: ,t.ut iron. 11 .i.i.uj-s
11 .'.-DAY, MA V 1.1. h
local Wf.triir Itrj'on.
y. .y 11, i-77.
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7 II 111.
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i 1 -Iy
.1 YMt.S V.'A'i S(.V,
.. r-'u.'it. Sir.ul Si rvii t. I'. S. A.
l or lUiil.
A hou-e on I 'ivi-jiou street, betwieu
VVasii'ii-t'iii avenue atid Walnut ,-lrur,
A pply to W. If. Smi 1 ii.
I'o I- Nn I p.
lii'i ", l.'.iy, harn' -i. nnd a eoiiipie'.e
oit iit f"r the same. The hor-e, live
M.irs ild, buv'y uti 1 harne-s i;eirly
i.ev. .all l.ir'iie hmi'lred and lifty diill.r-.
A 1 ply lo X. W. Hacker, 70 Ohio l. ee.
I I v r ai. l eieuner of lailies' an.l "cnlli
mei,,' "annents, So. )Fitflilli 'treet.
Ci,in. Ceutlcmen,' hats dved ail,
-leaned and blocked in the l .tesr ,,j ,..
Cl.eniied soap on baud, warran'e 1 to
reniuve impurities from all fabrics w ith
out injury to the material. . li.i.
I irl .1 l.i I Hlliiitl-.V.
It is iniw conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
e laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
: .veeu a.-!iinet.jii nnd Commeieiiil aye
r. ie-, h is one ( f the bc-t condueted lann
Jry establishments in the c'uy, and land
.or.ls of hotels an 1 boardino; houses w ill
.it; I it to their ndvaiit:''.' lo e;.Il i pon
I'ieiiirei nml Ilr.n i.e1.
L. C. Ford has n inoved his N'iiriety
Iliie ket store to Washington avinuc
m ar Tenth street. lie has opened a
laro Mock of brackets', shelves, frames,
1 l.roiini--, picture cord and tassels, eur
tain tassels lauey naiN, hat racks, etc.
J'ieturo lraminir nnde a Ffieeialiiy
'hroiinis mounted l i t'ie cli'-npest and
best style. lm
'I'o all who i;ro .suflering from the
errors itnd indisi rctions of youth, ner
vous weakni ss, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free if charge. This great
cnieijy w as dUcuvcred by a missionary
in South America. S'ti 1 a eelf-ad-i!icsed
envelope to the llev. Joseph T.
Inman, Staiioti 1). JJiblo House, New
k Citv. l-llt'-i'.m
4 r iiks I ii if I hi' llerrt
Is eeiierally an tveiitlul epUodn in life;
w hether it be as pilgr'm to wor-hip the
prophet's shrine tit Mecca, or as a part o!
;t carayan ot merchants. TI10 dangers of
the destructive einioou, attacks of preda
tory robbers and the agony of dying
lrom thirst are dissipated on reaching
one if those gardens of tho desett, an
oa?if. Partaking of that which recuper
ates, they meet their future Uitllcultles
with recruited strength and renewed cu
eigles. So with modern lile, dangers
from disease threaten all humanity, but
it we uiuke use of a remedy which allevi
ates aceuto attacks of bickness, thus pre.
venliug their becoming ihronk', wo shall
nall.o that necessary and refrefhnicnt in
traveling lile' desert w liich has been dis
covered in the Ho.mk Sro.MiiH HiiTtus.
L3CAI. rcCKi.1 FICCES.
I o tl;
--'Hh' Atiii ni tun
'I'l'" (..llllulil lo-llilll.
l ine f i-liioiiuWii ca-: limi'rc iiiiN, nt
l-',.'0, fit r.iriibnkt r iV ILui'.. If
Hen Hilary is in l!i: c ity vMtintf liU
liii il ls li r'. His ImfiM- ii in St. l.ouU.
It you iKvire to lii'ar sotno i x.'llf nt
tmislc go to the Atli'i:utn to-nL'lit.
- ;iM. V. I. lliiU'uliiy ri tiiini;il Irmu
Nrv York on Satunliiy nft'rnoon l.it.
Tin' roii'l . Iii-tivf'n (Jiiiro nml MoimJ
ii. mo in :i ba'l romlitlon. mi'l tr.ivl
iiciwccn tlio town" H iliilit-iilf .
--Oviriililyhin'is will j iin in the
i li'.iriH :0. tin: iiilnta tin- Atln iiniun
I'rnwn luj- l,' .i l in jjnry w it!j oin' ol
Mi.t.-on's rii:l.i'lclplii-. l';it--, at j'l,
I';ini)i,il.( r A. I I.i -. if
- Tramp-" :ir' l,i I'diuin,;- ihiiim rous
:i' i'.n. mi'l lli- p'llii : will havo to ;;ive
thrtit anotln r hDiin' in soon.
iiti'I iy tt'a' tlay lor ilruukr-n
men, an ! the n.'W c!ili f of poliee, t.'harlie
Arter, in iti'ij l to jp-t several of them
Mr. . John on rcturne'l from -t.
' I.ouis on M -d'Hay nioriiinp. '.'apt.
iiainui' ion, oi .Mouii'i i-uy, who went
to st. Louis 1 i-t week, also returned.
Sntnini r U upon i:, ati'l the n llahle
i-'othicr, l'arnhuk' r it llaa, are fi lling
the hi'St (:iiie'nali'.l hy tailors) white
vi-sts lrom Jl..') to H
I'll, ilid yo.i lu-ar the ii'".v? The Lit
ea-iuier pant- in the city ure sol'l now
at livo ilollar. at 1-arnhuktr A lliuis'. If
Il'.-twiulx r the ladies ol the I'rohy
ti riau eh'iruh will ive a strawberry ft-s-tivJ
at the re.-ldeuee ol Mr. S. I'. WLw-l"
( ron 'J huri'lay lytnin, 17th in-t.
Mr.;L'i! lioieourl, who has been in
Cairo for the jia-t two weeks viiiting his
uncle, Jlr. I'crr3' rower-1, returned to his
home in Louisville on Sunday.
-As many as can Miould secure librettos
ol tlii! cantata for Tuesday tvet.in;r. It
will add tnueli toth(! interest toh'.ve the
words ct the work.
Tho-.e who contemplate atUml'.i g
the r.'it,t..i-i to-i.iuht fchoul 1 secure their
?eats as early this iiiorninr as i'Ofible.
The hou-e w ill be crowded, itnd taud-
ing room will be at a premium.
The .1 -j -.J'jjnl, afu-r a .Kitpeii
-Ion of about lour month, made its ap
oearaiir-e az.ii.'l on SuUirdaV la-t
I :.s of ol 1. a .-nrichtl valid real ibic ii ini r.
ftn,, wc whh it mcc.t
rarticulir attetitiotns called to the
1 lare sale of cL'-ir.s by Winter and Stew
art this unrninut l'J o'clo-jk. For par
ticulars .-eo adveriiseni'.nt elseware.
We are t'lad to tay that word re
eeivfd from llev. Mr. (Jeore indicates
that his health i- improMnr. When last
hi.ar.l lrom he was in Washington, and
inteu 'ed jroiiin to rhilad.'iphia in a few
1 In 1,: . raw tor 1 of Jouesbjre, Wit
, in t!:.; ti:y 0:1 Sun lay ev.-uin,,', aa I kit
a'ain ye-ter lay morning by the Cairo
and incennes railroad I r II arrisbtir,
wlie:e circuit c jnrt convcLe I yes
Mrf. Amanda I'.u ker, the woman
wh stabbed "Tricky Sam'' alias Sam
SmiMi in a melee at the corner of Com
1 . . ....
niercial avenue atel l oiirlu ftreet on
Friday night la, was before S'piire
C'ominjrs on Safir-lay evening, and was
held in ;;) ha'.! tor lu r uipearan' i:t
the next term t the circuit court.
She s: ive bond and was released.
--The banquet .scene in tho last act ol
Until is sail Iv Ihosf who witnes sed it at
!"'iuiiiu :um- oeen M-ry i.eaui.iui.
i Tl"' I'-les were covered with scarlet
cloths and spread with Iruits and llowers
111 (-J'M'ls immuaimn 01
wines of diiVercnt colors 111 glass vessels,
tl tgoiis and goblets representing golden
ware adorned tln tables, and the whoh
hghted up by burning tiipers in c.indela
bras of silver, made a suno of Oriental
splendor Seld Ull witnessed.
The good stefitw r Idlewild will
tu ike an exc ir-io 1 from Cairo to
Columbus and return on next "Saturday
evening. May Huh. The price lor the
round trip has been put at tho exceed
ingly low price of one dollar. The
steamer is an elegant one, and her olll
ccrs are as polite uud gentlemanly a lot
ol fellows as one need care to meet.
Those who go on the excursion may de
pend on having a good time.
Mr. Fd. Uraxton, that thief of tou
sorial nrtifts, has taken charge of the
shop on Kiolith street, owni-d by the late
lUniel Lampcrt. Ed. liraxton is one of
the bet barbers in the state, as well as a
gentleman in his intercourse with his
patrons, lie was one of the sufferers in
the late lire at the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, ami lost heai
ly. lie is now trying to bu Id up again,
and we bespeak tor him a fair share ot
1 atronage. He deserves it. tf
--We clip tlicjtollowlng from the Fadu
caU AVu-i : Tho Harmonic society
held a meeting last night at Ltbrer's ball,
the purposo beiuj, as stated in yester
day's AY i'"j, the fixing of a day fur their
proposed visit to Cairo. Tuesday next
was scleCed for the trip, and an uriri n
rcijuest made that ull Members ol the
society w ho desire taking a part should
bo in attendance upon a rehearsal niwet
ing Friday night. The society will go
on tho favorite Jimmy Fisk, and w ill no
doubt be attended by iuitc an excursion
Jack JSheppard and Dave CusiaJy
gut no a uuirrel with a stranger at a
down-town saloon on Sunday evening.
Dudes tho melee, the stranger was
struck several blows, for which ho had
Sheppard and C'assady arrested. Tin y
were taken before Justice Comings yes
terday niortiing for trial. Cassady was
lined live dollars and trimmings, Siiep
pard being discharged. Cassady paid
1:1s fine and was rclo-ised.
Mr. John A. Miller find Jie Jo'.ui
eon of Fsducali, arrived in tho city Att
evening by (he FUk. These g;iit, njeii
ate here for the purpos3 of rrijii)ing
for the cantata to-night. ,'
I ho ladies of the Episcopal ( hnreh
will iiiei t fomc dny this week lo make
arrangements for their Jtrawbuiy festi
val, to be given on the tveiiin of the
I he 1 hio river roc one inch at Ibis
point yesterday. It Is falling, however,
at all points above, and the rise le-re will
not amount to anything. The fall at
Cincinnati whs one foot nine inches; at
Louisville five inches ; Evanvi'le seven
Inches, and at Faducah three inches.
The Mississippi rose three incVs at St.
The bun he.! weiv well a' ten led oil
Sunday both morning and i-vcieg. The
attendance at tlio Episcopal church in
the evening was larg. r than ih i tl bo
can ;o of the d :siro ot many of our eili
.ens to hear llev. Dillion-Lce's sermon
011 the "lit lation ol Prayer to Physical
Liw." The sermon wis a grat. 1 1 llort,
lull of logic and sound sein e. There
was no service at tin; Pre byUrian
church owing to the ab'-iiee of (hi: pas
tor. The Sin is impatient because the
city council don't take some action In
Hie Illinois 'Vntr.il railroad matter. Like
t ie Sin we belioye the matter should l e
S .ttled without unnecessary delay, but
we believe the tmuiVrs of tho council
sliou'd thoroughly understand what they
arc doing before they tak? action. We
have faith in the wisdom ol the council,
a:d believe they will act for the best In
terest of all concerned when they do
HefrigersV.ors, the very best, at A.
Ilalley's, 1 1.1 Commercial avwiiue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' im
plements, plows, com planters and shell
ers, suikey rakes, and a general stock of
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stands,
boih w ire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging baskets ot all
kinds; lhelarget variety ot bird cages
in the city ami will be sold very low at
A. Ilalley'.s, 115 Commercial avenue.
Hill Schutes is a colored man who
lives In the two story frame bouse at the
corner of Thirteenth street ami Wash
ington avenue. Hill has a wife, and oc
casionally they have "spats."' They had
a spat yesterday morning, anl Annie
that's Mrs. SchiHes said something to
Hill which induced him to strike her in
the face. Otliccr Gladncy appeared on
the scene and took Hill before Judge
BirJ, who fined him live dollars and
costs. Hill p aid the fine and was dis
charged. Indications are that Messrs. llinkle &
Thistlewood will this week oiler the
largest breake of the season so tar. Our
buyers are taking more interest in the
CaTo.t'.Laeco market than ever belon;
and we notice among the new buyers
some of the most substantial and best
business men of Cairo. Wo notice the
arrival of Mr. JKrber ot the linn of
Lowmthal & Co., Autwerp. Paducah
is guttinar very jealous of Cairo, from the
far t that Cairo will swn leal her as a
Tobacco market, and she knows It, and
that's what hurts.
Charlie, Johnson, a leather-colored
in lividual. w ho wakes It a point to till
up 011 tho worst of cheap whisky on
every possible occasion, was arrested on
Sunday evening by Chief of Police Arter
and 'unstable Johu aln. Johnson was
locked up for the night, and yesterday
morning was taken before Judge Dird
for trial. 1 he charge again-t hitu was
"drunk and disorderly,-' and a line of
seven dollars and costs w as booked to
his account. Having no money where
w ith to liquidate, he was sent to the Hotel
do Mahouey for tight dajs. He will
labor on the streets.
Hi tr t h
The Padculi Harmonic society have
the pleasure to announce that, at the re
quest ot many or the citizens of Cairo,
they will produce the celebrated cantata
oi "Iitl" at theathtneuiu 011 Tuesday
evening. May llih. The chorus in the
production of the great cantata will con
sist of upwards of kichtv sixukks. The
costumes and properties have been got
ten up at great expense, and the piece
has requi. ctl several months of study and
It is seldom the lt ol any one to wit
ness the production of the great cantata
more than once in a life-time. Tickets,
.Vi- ts. lfesorved seats. 75cts., at Dan
llariuian's where Librettos may also
be procured at l.lcts. a copy. did
Have You w congh ?
That dry, hacking cough is tho herald
ol approaching consumption. To check
tho swilt progress of the destroyer,
prompt nnd decisive measures must be
resorted to. A dose ot Dr. Morris' Syr
up of Tar, Wild Cherry and Horehoimd,
taki u w hen the coughing spells come on,
will atlord immediate relief, and event
ually c fleet a thorough cure. It will bo
found equally beneficial la all forms of
throat and lung disorders. In cases of
croup it Is of iiifstiuiable value. cun at
the drug store of
and inquire about it. They will (urnl&h
j 011 Willi a trial size bottlo lor 10 cents.
Largo 6i.es 50 cents and One Dollar.
Also, agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which never tails.
Pleasant to take, and requires no physic.
Price 21 cents.
I lio VVim Course iu KueuuiiuibiM.
lfheuuiatic patients who have Veen in
duced to submit to depletion by blood
letting, or to take catechuw anj other
drugs of an equally iK-riilelous character,
w ill consult their well-being by abandon
ing such iiisaue procedure, and isiuic as
a substitute Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
which will infallibly atlord ttrni the
much desired relief, uud Is absolutely
Kale. lhi benign vegetable depurtnt
tools tho blood by expelling from it the
Inflammatory elements which give rise to
maladie or a rheiuatio and trouty type,
and rcctiries disordered conditions ol the
stomach, nervous system and bowels
which .usually accompany them. As
rheumatism has a tendency to attack tho
lieait, the desirability ol n rsrly resort
to the Differs is obvious, since the danger
Is increased by every moment of delay.
" lliuirtrnl Trlnimril lint
Mrs. S. Williamson has just received
one hundred trimmed hats, all of the
laU-st etyles. Call and examine. No
trouble to show goopg.
Wanted Two or three g'rls. to learn
the millinery trade. Those who have
h id some experience preferred. 1 w,
CIGARS ! CIGARS ! !
No. Ill Commercial avenue, Tues
day morning, 10 o clock, May
A large, full and complete line of cigars,
all of which will be offered without re
Wintkh & S 1 kwar r, Auctioneers.
Ir. XV. V. Joci'lj ii
Has recti veil a
largeassortment of artificial teeth, and is
prepared to supply nil of his patrons.
All branches ot dentistry performed in
tlio most durable manner. Call at once.
OHiee Eighth street between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illi
nois. A Motion Mule
Of the cabin furniture of tho steamer
Fanny Moore tor account of whom it
concern, on board the steamer T. F.
Eckert, Wednesday, May 10th, at ten
o eiocK a. m., consisting ol mattresses,
hair and feather pillows, sheets, blank
ets, quilts, Brussel and Ingrain carpets,
crockery, kuives and forks, stoves, cots,
extension table, ofllce safe, cook-stove,
boat hell, lot ot block lines, riggings,
etc., etc., etc.
A. lfEisKK & .Sox.
Sol A. Silvkr, Auctioneer. 2t.
A meetinjr of the Irish NationaUts of
Cairo will be held at the Hibernian en
gine house on Wednesday evening, May
10th. The members of the St. Patrick
Benevolent Society and Ancient Order of
iiioermans are requested to be present.
Also all those interested in the Irish
John M. Hoc.ax,
Pat kick Bciikk,
D. J. Galmoan,
p. ii. cokcokax,
II. A. Powkrs,
Kr 1110 vnl.
Mrs. Spears has removed her place ot
business from Seventh s'reet to Com
mercial avenue, No. 11', in Winter's
block, where she w ill be pleased to wel
come her old customers and new ones.
She has a fine assortment of new goods
from N'ew Vork, consisting of ladies hats
of all patterns, flowers, feathers and all
kinds of goods in the millinery line.
Ladies w ill do well to call and examino
before buying elsewhere. She will be
leased to show goods nt nil times. Hats
bleached and trimmed to order: coloring
black or brown 4-22- m
TlitXfB Tdhii Hull nt A -r.
This elegant structure is now complete.
In beauty of design it surpasses anything
of its kind in the state. Constructed of
bricK and dark marble it is as perma
iien as it 13 charming. The English
architects have adorned it in subdued
colors, which please without tiring the
eye. Dr. J. C. Aj er 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 w ishes of
a whole people are of greater value, and
the generous donor has doubtless secured
them. Grotun (.V.iM.) Journal. lm
Tobacco muiI film.
Merchants.grocers, and saloon-keepers
should not forget that Messrs. Corlls &
Rankin, proprietors of the Prairio State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estiollshnient at the corner
of sixtu street and Ohio leveo in this
city where they wil. do a w holesale and
retail business In the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the lar-'est
and most complete stock 01
obii'-co and cigars iver opined
in Cairo, and are prenared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
'I lie licit Hsrupurnut.
Of failing energy, that to w hich the
tagged out man of business, the brain
fatigued author, tho tired advocate or the
weary artisan can resort with tho great
est certainty that it w ill revive his over
wrought powers, is Hostetter's Stom.
aeh bitters, a most genial tonic cordial,
as well as a benign remedy tor disorders
of the stomach, liver, bowels and urinary
organs, and a means of eradicating and
preventing intermittent and remittent
fevers. It not only enriches the blood
and creates a new fund of energy in the
system, but it has the effect of expelling
Impurities from the life current w hich
beget disease. The injurious iulluenoe
of abrupt transition of temperature, of an
uuwholsome climate and injurious diet,
are counteracted by It, and it promotes
digestion, appetite and sound re
pose. Give it a trial and be conv'ueed.
It would uo doubt be highly amusing
aud at the same time astonishing to sett
a complete list ol all tho expressive and
"powerful" names of the multitude ol
shsrt-lived medical preparations placed
upon the market durlug the past tew
years as "most wonderful discoveries'1
fjgy?-!'! I HI' 1UIJIi MHIL tyn jmn
find "infallible cures ' (I n h o C S I h o
v 1 11 c c si, by unscrupulous speculators
and adventurers who, recognizing tin
value of advertising, mm.", t,y these meam
toobtiin public favor and popularity fur
their doubtful nnd so olten entirely
worthless, and even dangt roit'., pnpara
tions. And it is a irenuine pleasure lor
im to commend I r. Bull's ouli Syrup
as oue of tho f.-w really deserving nmdi.
clues offered to the public. Its adoption
by many of our intelligent physicians is
due only to its real worth and merit, and
by thousands of tatntli it is regarded
as "the standard household remedy."
I.nw Parly .
The ladies of tho Presbyterian soe'n ty
will give an icj cream and strawberry
festival on the ground 1 of S. P. Wheeler,
Esq., on Thursday evening, May 17th.
Admission fee. 11 cents. Icu cream, straw-U-rries,
cake, 31 cents. Fine music and
good cherr may I.- expected. .1-11 tt
illc lit HIHpprr.
Freight fur point reached by tho St.
Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern
railroad, mu t be delivered at their
wharf-boat by no ui in order to insure
its being lortvarded the same day.
J. c. ZiMn:n, Asrent.
A grocery store, stock and fixtures, lo
cafed at Bird's Point, Mi-outi, will be
sold for J'12.1. f or par tiYukiis iixpnr
at F. Kormeyr's. Cairo, Ills. 5 S 2v
Caiho, Illinois, Moshat r'-vituvo, I
May 14, is:;.
Monday is always a dull day with
merchants, and nearly ull the quotations
below are ol sales made (luring the last
three days ot last week. Bu-iness, how
ever, Is fair and merchants are not dis
posed to complain. l'lie weather Is
changeable, and it has rained, more ir
less nearly every day for the
last week. Ifcports from the coun
try are to the eflcct that
farmers are behind with corn planting ;
and that owing to the unfavorable con
dition of the ground, even though the
rains cease, it will be several days before
It will he in a fit condition to receive the
eed. Wheat so fir as heard from is do
The Ohio and ltssi"ippl rivers are
ltiver rates to Now Oilcans remain as
THE M AUK E l'.
ft-iP'Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only lor
sales from first hands in rouud lots. In
tilling orders nnd for broken lots is
necessary to charge an advance over
these llgures ,'ifA
F LOU 11.
There is 11 change to note in
the coudiLlon ol the Hour market, utile s
it is In the lower and medium grades.
While no decline has taken place, Un
feeling In these grades is not so strong,
and present indications are lu favor ot
purchasers. Dealers, however, hold out.
ami as a consequent.! transac
tions ure light. Choice grades
are strong and firm nt quotations. Stocks
are light, though in the present condition
ot the market ample for all inquiry, it
Is the opinion of 11: any of our best in
formed dealers that there will continue
to be a scarcity of all grades until after
the new crop of wheat is harvested. The
demand is limited. Sales noted were U0
bbls., $ivil2 ; 22.1 bhls. various grades,
$111; 100 bhls. various grades, f7 L0
lfeceipts for hay tor the hut two or
three weeks have been very light, and
the supply on the market is almost ex
hausted. There is a fair demand for
choice and good mixed, while tho low
grades are dull. Prices are steady at
quotations. Sales noted were 1 ear
choice Timothy, $12 50; 1 car mixed.
$11 .10; 1 car common mixed,",? in.
C'jrn is in light supply and good de
mand. The arrivals during tiie last few
days have been very light and far below
the wants of the market.
There is very little of any kind 011 the
market. We note sales ol 1 ear white in
bulk, 52i; 1 ear white In s icks, .17c;
1 car w hite bulk, 11! ,; 1 ,2iW sacks white,
011 orders, COe.; 10 e:us w hite in sacks,
0:1 orders, Cut:.
Ueceiptsof oats since our l ist is-ue
have been 1 ght, and there arc now very
few on the market. There is only a
moderate demand for them. Pries are
steaiiy at quotations. We note sales ol
1 ear white. In sacks, 50c; 170 sacks white,
50e; 10 sacks choice old black oats sold at
Meal is in good supply, and lair de
mand. Prices are a iha lu hiirher. Wu
note sales ot luo bbls., city, j;! ; 3o0
bbls., citv, $2 l'5(tf,3; 2.1 bbls. country,
bolted, $2 75.
Bran is in light supply. Tlio demand
Is only moderately active. Prices are
lower, as will bo seen by quotations be
low. Sales were: 1W sacks, $2J; .10
sacks, $23 ; 75 sin ks, $23.
POT A 1 OE S.
Potatoes ure scarce and hi demand.
Prices are higher, and good are now
worth $1 100j,l 50 jier bushel. Saks
noted were 10 bbls. Pcaehblo ws, ?l; 5
blls. do, r?4. Ten bbls. new potatoes soil
ttt ?:;' i.
There are very few tipple, oil the mar
ket. The demand is good aud prices
lughcr. - j
The market Is overstocked with all
kinds ol butter, and prices are down.
Choice Central Illinois was oCYriug to
day at IS cents, and no lakers could be
found. Common and inferior is abund
ant, and much ol it will doubtless spoil
on the hands of the commission men.
We note sales as lollows: 30C0 lbs. low
grades, lOe. ; 700 lbs. Southern Illinois,
l2J(Vue,; buckets Southern Illinois.
10c ;7 puckages, lountry, lls,... 2
pacKigos Ct utml Illinois, 10.
The supply of egg is about equal to
the demand. Prices aro steady at quo
tation. We riot sales ol tH) dozen,
WJ9 A boxes, UJ-2,l0c ; 1 box, Mo;
I'.K) doen, !3!)o,
Poultry li In light supply nnd Mr dc
luaiid. Prices are unehaneed. Sales
noted were 3 coops hens, $;) 23 ; 2 coops
hens, $3 50; -1 coops good mixed, $3 2.1.
Sales of provisions were 1,2U0 lbs. ba.
con sides, Oolite; 2,000 lbs. clear rib ba
con Miles, lo; l.inv) ,vi bacon shoulders,
Sides were l.Oui) lbs. in tierces, lt'Jo ;
M kegs kettle rendered, lie.
Sales of Salt wue 1 10 bbls. at i-l 10.
HlIi:-5 AND TALLOW.
Hi'les are higher, and we now quote
dry Hint at l.V. I'ic; green salt. 7liW.c;
and green 7c. Tallow is worth 7rVrfc.
The market is welt supplied nnd the
demand light. Priors are $4 5007, 1 7.1
tor choice yellow, uud $1 to $4 25 lor
DKIED Fill IT.
There Isun abundance ot all kinds ot
dried fruit on the market, with but little
demand for any. Apples are worth 31 ta
4c; and peaches, 7J to Sc.
White Beans are in good supply, and
slow sale. Good are worth $1 75 to $i
per bushel, nnd poor and stained $1 to
rl 2.1; Sales were 2 bbls. $2 per bushel.
I'l its Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
SO; No. 2 Jf; No. 3 2; No. 4 $d ..'.
Mink No. 1 Jd; No. 2 7.1c; No. a 6Ue
No. A 10c. lfaceooii No. 1 70e; No. 1
40c; No. 3 0c; No. 4 loV. Skunk No.
I .".1c No. 2 r.0o; No. 3 30c; No. 4 Lie.
Fox- Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. Z
51' red fox-No. 1 $1; No. 2 7.1c,
Oposum No. 1 10c; No. 2 8e ; So. i
Mu.-krat-Xo. 120c; No. 2 1.1c; No
.5 loo. Uear Xo. 1 $10; No. 2 f7 No. 6
3; No 4I. Wolf ..fountain Xo. 1
$2.50; So. 2 $1 75; No 3 1 ; No. 4 75c;
Prarie Wolf Xo. 1 $1 25; No. 2 5'Jc,
Will Cat 25c. House it iMOc. Kdicr
W e quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon oa
track, lump. 3; nut. $2, Uelivered can
load per ton, lump, $3 60; nut, $2 7-lu
load red per sinirle ton, lump. $4 : n:
delive; lfaiini or Harrisburjr coal v
SJ 2 ) per load, lump, f 27 ; nut, $10 ;dtr
track per ton. 3 50; Pittsburg per ca
011 track. JI 50 nor to
A ah Dxi'autxixt Kivrw llicrox, 1
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JAMKSS W.tl :
sVwaftt, u'iiul hervi. e. "
i:iiM'lii'i'' Urrimiii Myrnp.
Cn 1 ow l.e purchase J rh-ht nt home; it
is the iiio-t Mii'ees.ful pre paration ever in
troilueed to our people ft works like a
charm in all esses consumption pneumo
nia, ueinorrn.ics, a-inuia. nevero enuiflis,
ei'oun, uii it othrr ilrout and lun,' d-i uses.
No person 1ms nver ustd ties ineili in
without getting immediate re' iff, yet there
are a xoiil many poor, suffering, skcptieal
persons ik'oirif about our stieets with a sus
picious eoujrli, iii.il the voice of coiisinnp
tiuii eumin from tlit-ir luin.'-', Unit will not
1 1 y it. If y ou ilie, it is your own Milt, as
you can to t-i 1'um li. Scliuli, tlrujrist, aud
tret u sample ho'tlo lor lu cent and try it
three doses will relieve nay tiisc. Kegulur
l.a only 7.1 eeim. tow.
THIS l'.WVIiOllUAPA WIL!. PUODfl K
lrom ti" to u thmisitlld lac-sPnilii' ul hiiv
tlchlKii, writing, druwiiig, maps, nolieca. irit"u
lijl rxmiiinaiKiii iui r, Wo. , u-ing one writ
aml uii (ir.lin.iry n iiyiuxi'resd. Tim irwcn ii
i iiil'le, ea-y, un.l iuui ml fur Uif rripiivi
rirt'uliir, an. I u.lnriss 11IK ! l'V H. It V I'll
t il , Norwiiih. Loun. or JOilN JIOMltlll,
It'J N. Sixth M. M l.oiiid. Mo.
At lm Worth I
To I'Vi'ry rea.1: r ot linn ji'r w bo rciiiU lu thin
iviliiii'nif uu 1 ,'i e will iniHJi.1, lorn. year.
" I lir I mimiiu" a Ilii.K ii.iitiut I IlioinmU
M.u llily J..llrii.. 11111J lloUM-Sn r'a U M); tl. ' in-,
una one fi'i'V 1 I tun iii-w uu.l elifc'anl yitiuium
AsM Nli A 111 F.SsIMi, "
A mil-tor it'fe ol III I iistlilorf ft'tftiHil f.f KfHIH
I i-t Mi 1 1 11 , liy I'lof. .loi'.luii, sie i",' jl' t. -ii'U.
eil 111 tin.' IhkIiusI rlylu el tlie ml. Ket.'iil
piit'i' in', uliit li is ', nml it wopy i f ilm loliow
inir butiitit'.il p.K-m ile. riili e ul' the t'liiiiiuo, lu
iliKunt iiliiiiiiii.il. "I ciilurs for lrKUini' .
A v; lull wall, trootl W, luilil.tf;
1 I. .01' Iii u 11 ni'Hl lo suy ;
i'.i 5 "tl know what lo 'I.u is
Motlit-i , 'tin uur wt. Lli ox ility I
.1 isl us now we ut ul ti.iprr
hi 11 Inenui'.stii liutl g 'lii! ';
Vull .'lit Unit M.lf, 1 SAt Una .-i ll,
roily years aco lo-ilj I
Then wli.it iluii wo laid tinfelln rs
Ii a liravi lliintt 1 Hi' nut toito!
I i. n, I tie.iri'iiiii to-tliiv Would Ii utl its
-VI Oils tuMt iu uud Voui'
ll. tl.rso. iio 'lotilit anJ ytt 1
soiiu'tiiiii'4 iliiuk I cuutiot tt-ll
II ..I our lioy jh, t.s ! 1 know, tluti;
Vi', He tltMtli all tiling well.
Well we've ha.l our Joya and norrows,
Sliuretl our -null's a well aa tesrs;
And Hie lieat of ull - I've liad Jour
r aitliuil love for forty years!
Poor Wf've li-ii, hut not fomakent
liriil wa'vv Luowii, lull never rlian e
Kutlu r I i "1 1 1 v enaiea mriviea
Mill t Llc-i lliy liuly nuine:
this in a rare clianee
lor youlu iiiaktikou-
ey. v a ill i ay you
lari:e t-alt I'oiiiiiUf-
bioDsaii.t cive you ini')uaiD territory, "send
us one dollar, avoid iinntreasiiry t-i.rrv..ioii-tltiite,
receive your u-irili.rv, uu.I)'Oio wurkul
uiii'c. I ioii inri,t ol uliii li we will forwaru
utia'i on' lit. eei ml... in ot (ateucy, tn;. t-jeci-lllt'll
l', 'pica lo lellta none tree.
A i Id re.- The Truuro PublUhiug Co,
No. Utrtiur Jstixxu .Nui Voik
STRATT0N & BIED,
aOENTS AMERICAN POWDK CO
f7 Ohio I.nvee.
pop tla'tllii' trated looWil'irparior:
T! vNiiiMt:) ! Womanhood! MakkiagcI
Impediments to Marriage; tha cnuoa
and cure. Sent sccu n fj tertli , pot
paid f r so renti, by U. C. NVuiTTiEa,
17 tit. Chails Street, i.t. Iui. Mo.,
the srv it sK Cilr (, Ka J hi work,
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