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jiIKO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Any tiiininpnH Arm can have three line
The anient of the atwiVe order neat
t their hall the Int anil third MnnrlaV
n earn monui. lyom mat-rial avenue, ilruu
soum 01 run siren, at 8 p.m.
JuM II. llol.WH, U. (j. M
ar. In this column onder appropriate hradina;
in or viz i
tithe rate of II l per moo1
livable quarterly In ad ranee
Hardware, fttovoo m4 TIN Wr,
A. H ALLKT lsler in Stoves, Tin ami Hard
ware, Oaidenand r aniier' Implements, H ire
ioods. Keirurersiors, mmi ana LaIder.
Ill xnmTt ll Avenue. Uuiterinc, and Job I
Work done on snort notice.
.1. S.Mr'JAHEY-Dealerin hard and softlnm-
tier, noormn, ceiling, siding and surfaced
lumber, lath and shingles. Office anl yard
rorner 1 wentietn street ami Washington avenue
LANCASTER at IMCEDea)ers In aah.
Soots, till oil ate. hard and soft lumber and
thlnglea. Yard and office, lomrmrrlal avenue,
I). II A RTM AN Healer in Queennware, Toys,
lm and all kinds of fancy articles. Commer-
; ai avenue, corner "in street.
WILLIAM WIXTEK-Sixtb street tietween
..oniiiierclal avenue ami W ashingtoa avenue.
Clothing an) Merchant Tallorlnsr,
JOHN AM RIM -Merchant Tailor and dealer
la ifreay Made Clothing. 71 Ohio Levee.
Heal Katato Ag eaeleo.
M. .?. HOWLF.T-Ral Kstate Agent. Buys
mis real eeuie, collects rents, tiayl tain
lor nan-realdanta, etc. Commercial avenue, Ue-
iwon i"Mi ami iraui aveeis.
A9CALON LODGE, NO. 61.
Knight of Pythias, meets every Tr
day night at half-past aavan, in Odd
rtiiowa' Uaii. How,
ALEXANDER LODGE. NO. Ki
Independent Order of Odd-feJ
' lows, uteris every Thursday night
at haJf-iMt ana. In I heir hall
2oaifuercial avenue, between birth an4 Seventh
Treeta WtXLK. llAWal, . U.
MAI HO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F., meets
Vln Odd-fllowa' Ilall on the Brat and third
itH'Silajr tu every monUi, at hall-past seven
CAIRO LOIKjE. NO. W7,A.r. A A. M.
ii'iid regular communications in star-
son io Hail, corner Commercial avenae
and Kightb street, on lb second and
ourtn Momiav or eacn monui.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Train Las, Cairo
2:90 p.m. Fast F.xpreM, arriving in St.
Louis 6:50 p. m.; Chicago. 7:00, a.m.
2 20 p.m. CTJf CINNATI & LOUIS
V1JLLE FA8T LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, H.-55, a.m.; Indianapolis, 4:1ft a.m.;
rasacngers by tiiia train arrive at above
OF AVT OTHER ROUTE.
. J T0 p.m. Ft Mail with sleepers attach,
ed. for ST. LOUIS and ClllCAUO,
arriving In St. Louis at t:.'J0 a.m. Chi
cago at 4. p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Ktlingham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
l'a.ent'rs by this
the hast without
line go through to
any delay eauel by
fhe HATUIIIJAY AFTERNOON TRAIN
KROM CAIRO ARK1VKS I.N .NEW
lORK MONDAY MOKil.VU
AT 10 0.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHKR KOLTt
AdvertiscmenU of coinpetinf lines that
they make better time tban this one, are
are issued either through ignorance 0r a
UeHlre to mislead the public.
or throuKb tickets and Information,
tpply at llllnoi-t Central &. tt. Depot, Cairo.
vastus a "jut a at cio;
Ciimi ..2:' p m.
fail - 1:45 a.m.
Oen'l Southern Agt.
.1. H. .Jo. Ticket Agt.
M. J. Hcwloy
Real Estate Agent.
ROOM 3 rINTI.R'.S BLOCK."'
Dwollinr of ix roouii on Twoi.Ufth
itreet, eait of walnut, $12.
Dwelling of eight rooms, on Walnut,
near Fifteenth street. Kent, f 13.
Two store rooms in Winter's Illock;
one Ironting on Seventh street and the
other on Commercial avenue. Rooms
n fecrnI floor ot Winter's Block.
Tenementi Xos. 3 awl 5 of Winter's row
t live rooms each. Rent, $10.
Nice dwelling f six rooms on Cross
street, in a desirable neighborhood.
Waverly hotel eheap to a good tenent.
F.xcellent two-story houe on Twenty
eighth street, couilortably arranged,
Cottage on 14thstreet. between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street.
Storeroom and dwelling lately Mut
son's shoe 6tore.
Two-story house on 19th street, oi six
Store room corner 18th street and
Two-story house corner 1 2th and Wal
nut streets. Ilent $C.
Desirable rooms In various jarts of the
For artUtlc rhotographs at a moderate
oost call at Gustave WetU's Uallerj'.
iupp ineu lioni
Ith SW.ttf tt crmn and abuaca 111
Ulearlv liM. Mankood Uestorcd. iiB-Q
tieuirueau to inamace ruuoveu.
New method of treatment
ana remsrsauie reineaws. " r
and circulars sent free In aealed
snvelotea. Adderss HOWABD AS-IS
sociatiom. 4l'i Mntn si. rniia-.ixl
ueipoia. t a- An iniuiuiion
a Burn renuuiiiun ior uupur
Is couduct aad irufeiuuall
HATE OF ADTIIUI MCI.
UA11 bills for advertising, are doe and pay
able tit aoTaJtca
Transient advertisinf will be Inserted at the
rate of II W ier square for the first insertion
and W cents for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be Biade oa standing and displ
For Inserting Funeral notice II 0 Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders 80 cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Sapper notices
will only be Inserted as advertisemenU
No advertiseruent will be received at less than
60 cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for less than three dollars per month
LOCAL Bl'SINLrHI NoiCEJI
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, In
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (lss
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ 60
Two Insertions per square. 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square. 1 75
Two weeks per square- 2 50
One month per square-. 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time.
ON THE ELEGANT
The above decant steamer will leave
Cairo at G o'clock, p.m.,
Saturday Evening, 19th,
For an excursion to Columbus, Ky.. re
turning to Cairo at 1 o'clock, a.m., Sun
Wil be provided, and those wishing U
dance will nave an opnortunity to
Tickets tit the round trip, $1. For
tickets apply to Jim Bigsrs, or on
The boat will slart from llalliday'g
Ioral w4tfcr ateaor..
Catao, lit.. May
aXaV l HAA. j In,
o -3 I
Semeant. Sixual eiervioe. V. B. A.
WEDNESDAY, II A V 16. '1677.
A bouse on Division street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to W. R. Smith.
Horse, buggy, harness, and a complete
outfit for the same. Ihe horse, live
years old, buggy and harness nearly
new, all lor one hundred and fifty dollars.
Apply to N. W. Hacker, 70 Ohio levee.
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' and gentle-
. nf T"e a a S a . a.
mens' garments, o. ) r.ignin street.
Cairo. Gentlemens' hats dyed and
cleaned and blocked in the latest style.
Cliemlcal soap on hand, warranted to
remova impurities from all tabries with
out Injury to the material. 1m.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
tLe laundress, No. 12 Fourth Btreet, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted latin
jry establishments in the city, and land-
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
3nd it to their advantage to call upon
r lei are aid Bracket.
E. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
chromos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels, iancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture training made a speciality
Chromoa mounted in the cheapest and
best style. lm
To all who are sufiering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
voas weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
a-.smsvi na3 rllaAvsvASMtil Ikw ss tnlntiAnnavf
i a. i. a c' i hd Wp one dollar.
i ... v . , -Alexander couuty, owintr tn bar ir.
inman. Sution D.Bible UaS" hrferj
Ytrx Cltv. l-WW5ra " rroporuon to her
tOOAt rOCIST FIECM.
Cairo hottls continue to do well.
Garden products aro plenty
cneap in the Cairo market.
Fine fashionable cassimero suits,
112,50, at Farnbakcr & Haas'.
Probate court, Jude Bross prtsld
lug, will convene on Monday next.
uusiness In !thc police courts
Mr. Jas. S. Motris ol L'llin, was in the
city yesteiday afternoon on business
Judfre Green is in Springlleld, and
may not return for several days.
capt. w. I,. Hambleton of Mound
City, was in town yesterday.
v-unninguam's Cairo and Mound
City hack makes regular dally trips
The Cairo box and basket lactorv is
doing a big business, and turning out
inui Doxes by me million more or less.
Mr. Oberly left lor Sprlnfield by the
night train on the Illinois Central on
A special meeting oi the city council
win prouaoiy ?e ncld some time early
A picnic parly is the next thlntr on
me tapis, it is to me place some time
between the 25th and 30th.
31 r. Jas. Johnson will leave for Texas
to-day or to-morrow. Ho will be absent
The tobacco sale at the Farmers
warehouse this week will be by odds the
largest oi the season.
The present school term will expire
In about three weeks. There will be, we
are told, four months vacation.
Cairo can host of three better hotels
tban any other town of her size in Illi
nois, or any other state.
The sale at the Farmers' warehouse
to-morrow will be the largest ot the sea
A difficulty occurred between two
colored men on Walnut street yesterdar.
Neither was seriously hurt.
Irishmen, remember the meeting- at
the Hibernian engine house this evening.
Your presence Is earnestly requested. I
The colored baby show will take
place in due time. The date and place
will be made known In a lew days.
Circuit court will convene on Mon
day morning next. The docket, though
large, is not eo large as usual.
i ne cairo anu st. Louis passenger
train leaves Cairo at 8:30 a. m. and ar
rives in St. Louis at 5 o'clock p. in.
Ot the thirty prisoners In the county
jail, less than one-fourth of them are
bonajide residents of Alexander county.
At the last meeting ol the city coun
cil the street committee was instructed
to take steps to have a sewer put through
the Ohio levee near Twenty -eighth 6treet.
Considerable hail fell during the
storm yesterday, and it is probable that
more or less.
A fight between two tramps at the
corner of Eighth street and Ohio levee
yesterday resulted in one oi them get
ing one ot his eyes badly damaged.
Mr. Fcter Cuhl and wife will sail
ior Europe in about a week or tn days.
We understand they expect to be gone
about one year.
Crown thy head in glory with one of
Stetson's Philadelphia hat, at $.
Farnbakcr & Haas. tf
A new portico is to be built to the
front of the Arlington House. This will
add much to the comfort of guests dur
ing the hot summer days.
A colored man named Pillow, resid
ing on Eighth street between Wasbingtor
avenue and Walnut street, died yesterd
morning. He had suffereJ with "H
sumption for more than two years.
Work on Mr. Peter NeP'sne house
on the levee is being ptsned ahead
with all possible speed. 'he louse will
be ready for occupatlonthin the next
three or four weeks.
Summer is upon t an'l the reliable
clothiers, Farnbaker Haas, are selling
the best (unequaled'y tailors) white
vests from $1.50 to f It
Pa, did you hehe news? The best
cassimere pants in s cty re sold now
at live dollars at jnbaker & Haas'. If
5 Shippers of 'aJbt by the Cairo
Arkansas and Te road should remem.
ber that ireight r51 delivered at the
wharlWoat by tve o'clock in. In order
to have it shipp the nie day. gee
arvnnra an -vt I ia aVlalCa "
-Until fur' tialns on the fj?", IUelfto oId and rotten.
Illinois Cer will arrive and l,110 to ,ve WaT "7 time.f It is
depart as t.uU. dai.y H wn or" ,hoU,U eltlr be
except Su- T T.V JZIZ.T . Tta. chePer
2 d m r u"7 except sun-1 . ' " ' r ' lQ wne tlie walk
We Paducah Harmonic bootely ar
rivetl In the city on the steamer Fisk
yesterday. Besides the members ot the
society a large number ot the citizens of
Paducah accompanied them.
The passenger trains on the Cairo
and Vinccnnes railroad leave Cairo at
5 o'clock p. ni., and mako close connec
tion at Vlncennes with trains lor Evaos
Ville, Louisville, Cincinnati, Indianapolis
and Terra Haute. The road is one ot the
best and safest in the southwest.
We are In receipt of a number of
communications on various subjects, but
uly one of them Is accompanied by the
amo of the writer. The name of the
author must accompany a communica
tion to Insure publication. Otherwise
it will Hod its way to the wate
basket It "Hannah" desires it, she can
reclaim her communication by calling
at this office.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church are making great preparations for
their lawn party, to Like place at the
residence of Mr. S.P. Wheeler on Thurs
day evening. Ice cream, strawberries
and cake will be supplied In abundance,
and all for thirty-five cents. Good music
will also bo provided. The occasion
promises to be a pleasant one, and the
ladies should be well patronized.
The Cairo and St. Louis railroad
company lias contracted for twelve Dew
locomotives and a large number of freight
cars, and a number of new passenger
cars. I he new stock will bo delivered
to the road some time this fall. We are
told the business of the narrow gauge is
increasing, and in order to transact their
business they are compelled to have this
new rolling stock.
The following is a list of oillcers
elect of the Rough and Ready fire com
pany: C. R. V oodward, president; Chas.
Vteber, vice-president; Harry Schuh,
secretary; Herman Meyer, treasurer;
John Kruge, captain; board ot directors:
Chas. Cunningham, Herman Levy,
Fred. Scheller, Henry Briehan and John
Kruge. The new officers will Deinstalled
at tho next regular meeting At the com
Arrivals at the Planter's House yes
terday were W. Parker, Cincinnati ; D.
M. Einhorn, St. Louis; John Kelly,
Pittsburg; John B. Austin, DuQuoin,
111 ; W- Soyler, Chicago ; G. W. Snoops,
OMrensboro, Ky.; John L. Hitts, Davis
county, Ky.; John 11. Shields, Clinton,
Kv.; Fred Smith, Tekin, 111.; IL W. Du
gan. New Y'ork ; F. B. Ferrimer, Cin
cinnati; T. Witteshoper; Baltimore,
Md.; John A Hitts, Virginia.
Arlington hotel arriraU yesterday
were: Adam Fuss, Evansville. Ind.; A.
Aruot, New Y'ork; I B. Melton and
wile, Blandvllle, Ky.; no. W. clones,
New Orleans; G. T. Wirnie and Ed. Hes
ton, St. Louis; J. C. Mesly, Farrls land
ing, Mo.; M. L. Hughes Olmsted, Ills.;
John R. Thomas. Metropolis; Miss.
Fannie Calvert, PrinceUwn, Ky.; K. J.
Pollard, Metropolis; R. M. Wlderhill,
r... ...... , nMr family,
Owensboro, Ky.; E. G. Howel, Chicago;
P. H. Brookhu, Dalton. Kv. a n
l or Bale,
A grocery store, stock and fixtures, lo
cated at Bird's Point, Missouri, w ill be
sold for $125. For particulars Inqolr
at Rorsmeyrs, cairo, nig. 5-8-2w
Rsllr to nhlpsKera.
Freight for points reached by the St.
Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern
railroad, must be delivered at tbeir
wharf-boat by noon in order to Insure
its being forwarded the same day.
31 J. C. Zimmkr, Agent.
The ladles of the Presbyterian society
will give an ice cream and strawberry
festival on the grounds of S. P. Wheeler,
Esq.. on Thursday evening, May 17th.
Admission fee. 15 cents. Ice cream, straw
berries, cake, 35 cents. Fine music and
good cheer may be expected. 5-15-3t
Or. W. r. Joeelyn
Has received a
largeassortment ot artificial teeth, and Is
prepared to supply all of his patrons.
All branches ot dentistry performed In
the most durable manner. Call at once.
Office Eighth street between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illl-
A action sale
Of the cabin furniture of the steamer
Fanny Moore tor account of whom it
concern, on board the steamer T. F.
Eckert, Wednesday, May 16th, at ten
o'clock a. m consisting ot mattresses,
nair anu feather pillows, sheets, blank
ets, quilts, Brussel and ingrain carpets.
crockery, knives and forks, stoves, cots,
extension table, office safe, cook-stove.
boat bell, lot ot block lines, riggings,
etc., etc., etc.
A. Rkiser & Sox.
Sol A. Silver, Auctioneer. 2t.
Mrs. Spears has removed her rjlaceol
business from Seventh street to Com
mercial avenue, No. 119, in Winter'
block, where she will be pleased to wel-
couie her old customers and new ones.
She has a fine assortment of new goods
trom New York, consisting of ladies hats
or ail patterns, flowers, leathers and all
kinds of goods In the milllnorv nn.
Ladles will do well to call and examine
uro uuving elsewhere. She will be
ieasea to show goods at all times. nta
bleached and trimmed to order: coloring
uiaca. or orown 4.22. m
us to commend Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
ai one of the few really deserving medi
cines offered to the public. Its adoption
by many of our Intelligent physicians Is
due only to iu real worth and merit, and
by thousandiof families it Is regarded
as "the standard household remedy."
The Wise Coarse In tthenmatiam.
Rheumatic patients who have been in
duced to submit to depletion by blood
letting, or to take catechum and other
drugs ot an equally pernicious character,
will consult their well-being by abandon
ing such insane procedure, and using as
ft substitute Hostctter's Stomach Bitters,
which will Infallibly afford them the
much desired relief, and Is absolutely
sale. This benign vegetable depurent
cools the blood by expelling from it the
inflammatory elements which give rise to
maladies of a rhematlc and gouty 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.
Have Ton a Conch ?
That dry, hacking cough is the herald
of approaching consumption. To cheek
the swift progress of tlie destroyer,
prompt and decisive measures must be
resorted to. A dose of Dr. Morris' Syr
up of Tar, Wild Cherry and Uorehound,
taken when the coughing spells come on.
will afford immediate relief, and event- J
unlit- nfViof n I . . . . . ..... n
""v uiuivu.ii cure, it will DC
lound equally beneficial in all forms of
throat and lung disorders. In cases ol
croup it is of inestimable value. Call at
the drug store of
ana inquire about it. They will furnish
you with a trial size bottle for 10 cents
Large Blzes 50 cents and One Dollar.
Also, agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which never fails.
Pleasant to take, and requires no physic.
iTice 2o cent.
Was DajAKTiuRT. Hivbh Hmror. I
-Mr. Ed. Braxton, that chief of ton
sonal artists, has taken ciarge of the
shop on Eighth street, ownel by the late
ii ampere. Kd. Braxton is ene of
the best barbers in the stat as well as a
gentleman In his intercourse with hU
patrons. He was one of tie nft.r tn
the late fire at the corner of Eirrhf h .rr
and Commercial avenue, aril 0t heavi-
u- ne is now trying to buui m ncran
am we bespeak tor him a Lir share
paronage. He deserves it. tf
-Refrigerators, the verv test nt a
Haley's, 115 Commercial avsoiie. Also.
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table ind
pocket cutlery, garden and f.r,M. w
plements, plows, corn Dlante-sn,i ahn.
crs, sulkey rakes, and a general stock ot
IIU woot nower trailers, dif-
kinds ; the largest variety of bird cages
ir?!? "U v?ry low at
. ....r, ., , commercial avenue.
Although we havt
rKa atrnnt:.- -a .
7 (cm""n" "e superintendent
..uewaiks to the bad con-
tZZ whf 8ideWalk on fourteenth
between Walnut and Cedar streets, and
on Cedar between Fourteenth and Fif
teenth street, we de3Ire to do so
again in the hope that the walk will be
looked to without unnecessary delay.
This walk Is In a very bad condition and
unless attended to eoon will h w,,t
repair. The railing J8 almost entirely
TAMA Hm malLr tnnii . .
Tho Hew Town Hail at Ayer.
This elegant structure is now comniptp.
In beauty of design it surpasses anything j
v. amu in me state. Constructed of
oncE and dart marble it is as perma-1
nen. as it is charming. The English
arcimecis nave adorned it in subdued
colors, which please without tiring the
eye. Dr.J. C. Ayer built and srave It to
the town In acknowledgment of the dis
union uiey conferred upon him in tak-
lnff his rtnma ti. . .
ona ti erill . i . . v"v
. nearly gooa wishes of i
- uoie people are of greater value, and
iuc jjcuerous aonor has doubtless secured
uieui. otort Mast.) Journal. lm
Tobacco anil Cigrra.
Merchants,grocers, and saloon-keepers
ouuum uoi torgei mat Messrs. Corlis &
Rankin, proprietors of the Prairie State
louacco ractory at Metropolis, have
opened an establishment at the corner
0,in street and Ohio levee in this
city where they wil. do a wholel n,i
retail business In the tobacco and cigar
linn fa, a . I
Auey nave on hand the largest
and mncf 1,.
tumpiuie stock Ol
obaeco and cigars ever opened
in cairo, and are prenared to I
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest iivmg prices. Dealers are In
vited to call and examine their stock.
A meeting of the Irish NatlonalisU of I
cairo win ne held at the Hibernian en
gine house on Wednesday evening, May
10th. '1 he members of the St. Patrick's
Below hi-h watr ls74.
Sergeant. Signal Hervice. " M. A.
"hcatfi htnl f-pyrowapi"
rpiIIS PAPYUOGRAPA WILL PKODCCE
-l- r roru one to a thoiuwod fac-aimilies of anv
cleelgn, WriUng, drawing, inapt, notices, im.i
hst examination imp.r, etching one irit
VIJaL O'd''"ryjoopyingj.re8s. The process is
I SP. eyind1 P' ,l for descriptive
I'":ul"r. nd- addriss T1IK PaHYot.UAFII
CO., Norwich, Conn, or JOHN MONTltTH
N.S.Kth St. fet Louis. Mo. J,lu-,lfcl.
Mark These Facts
Tbs Testimony ef the Whole World.
a helrt?1one",'pe,iU ' H-gaveme
Your Pills are marvelous."
house" fer nolnet P Aem in the
wac'h "nie.-'7 mT
' 'I gave one of rout Pills tn m v,.k. ... .v.,
era morbus. The dear little taiag Vrtwt li I in
my nausea of a morning Is trow earai
of nobis lr?1h.f t?-",0WV in'n" enred me
Olntmt iIm ff1' 1 ,uhl'' om of your
famn?." ,wo b0""1 1 WM1 tot a poor
th'e',n?d,r!'..2,n", ,onr P1 h hut
S!5a n worth "dollar. " '
( eend meflvt boxes of your Puis
uet me have three boies of vour Pills r re
tttrn mau. f, chills and Fever T
1 have over 2'( tuch testimonials ss these but
want of space con. pels m. to conclude, '
For Cutaneous Disorders1
And all eruption of the ikia, Jlhe ointment la
inoit invaluable. It does not heal externa 1 It
In varUblyure the following diseates
Disorder of the Kidneys.
.,! iU dlr'" affecting Uiese orjtsns, whether
wer secrete too much or too tilUe wster- ot
whether they be attlicted with atone or gravel! or
with aches and pains settled in the loins over the
regions of the kidneys, these Pills should be ta
ken according a the printed directions, and the
Oiatraent should he well rubbed into the small ot
:V " Tni rtmenl will give
slniojt Immediate relief when all other means
For Stomachs Out of Order.
tn-",?,ici?e wil1 Btally improve the
L7i LS'r t"m"un " these Pills; they remove
all acidity occasioned either by intemperance ar
"Proper diet. 1 hey reach the liver ami reduce
i!.". 1,hy Ttion ithy wonderfully effici:
r, Sin.rTi ,f,"P-m fact they never tail in
Aauimn, uiiious Coiiinlaints. liloirh.
Ironi any cause, etc
n . Sururie. unless the signature of J
Haydock. as aireat fn h. i-.,,F
round, each bo of !(.. MdW-uSn "X
hanttcvoiue rt'w-.r1 will u . -L"
j . i . . . - " h ivcu tu mu t uur rvn-
.leCc,n "formation as may lead to the
them to beapurioiis. '
iJ?m.1M thw nt?ftf'ory of Professor Hat-
drTJ.f.7 !5eT iol;k' ll? "ll table
druggLU and dealers in medicine throughout
Uratr afcea U co"iJeraLle "' r the
ia.Ii"-iipeot!o1'" fo,'th Ifiidance of patients
In every disoisk rare affixed to each box
Office, 11 a X iberty St., New York
ii.:... . ,! vuusuiuiHiOT, iwouity, J)
mti. . ri """. wui, neauache.
i iiea, uneamatiNra, Kcten-
Uruie. .jmftl L. . i
.. , aib( a avu. Bore
, Ptone and Oravd Tic-Douloureux.
. L leers. Hommf .It ki.i. .'. J
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VMOLESALK AXD BUT AIL.
IN TFE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and OommaroiaJ Aw
C 0. PATIER & CO
frequestly called f,?"0,1601 Sdety and ABCleDt 0rd ot Prints
"perintendent of V. . "t w9UMt be present. riuts
those interested in the Irish
John M. Hooax.
P ATRICK BCRKK,
D. J. Galugax,
P. 11. Corcoran,
31. A. Powers,
dav. 12a,m,; exrres8 daily, 2:20
P m- mber the excursion to Coiuui-bwil1!1-
sta,. a wm leTe lrom tfae foot
u .mi at 7.0'tiock, and proceed-
" Columhii win .
uru to vairo at
i.. Sunday morning. Fair for the
Holloa ay's 1IIU an Ointment.
Scrofula was considered Incurable until
ht great discovery of "Holloway's Pills
and O merit" flashed upon the world.
pUeases which baffled the skill of the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
te.s remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Twenty-live cents
per box er pot.
ram far Kent-
a ri.ir.rmaf85 acres In Alexander
oounty,on the Mississippi river it Bwrj'
I. ...Una- Good dwelling. Mm, WCii, e.
en the plsce. Rent low to s good tenant.
3t Real Eeute Agt
ducah; D. M. Harris, Jos. Piauti y.ck.
man; Mrs. C. W. Field. Losisriii. n...
J. Gilbert, New OrlesusrJ, G. steward
and wile, Moawequa; O. W. Johnson
Belleville; B. O. Carr. JS
Warriner, St, Lou.s; W. II. Taylor ChL
cego; M. C. Crawford, Jouesbom.
1 1 . I mi " va II HM.
.a "mvj asa S3 aiii'iiii li'M nro s 's nAmne. a i w. w
whether it be as rs.: to worship wMoat into Cairo a,i 7 " Vr?.?":"' 'J UD-nam' W. N.
Mecca, or as - - v id onto" our rTI v t'"' "' w P. C Ross. I
P 'cn't 'n he,St" C)rrli "erdsy :
i.C. Beebe, Deadwood riiv. .-.'
ilelburn, Boston; Chas. Mackitchi. Mil- 48 wel1 48 benign remedy for disorders
waukec; J. S. Leas, Moline, IU.; j, Mc. of the stomach, liver, bowels and urinary
Dowell. Brazil, Ind.; Alfred Stanley and orffD8' ond mc" of eradicating and
Wife. InnennM- llrn. . - unroll... I... .. . .
,i..i, r. V. , V ' omy, Pa- f "a iirmuieni and remittent
Tho Beat Rscnporaat.
v.. imung energy, that to which the
laggeu out man of buUness, the brain
fatigued author, the tired advocate or the
weary artisan can resort with the great
est certainty that it will revive his over
wrought powers, i. Hostetter's Stom-
m.u umcrs, a most genial tonic cordial.
Croaalns tho Oeoort
Is generally an eventful episode in
anver of pauper In
popjation than any other two counties
, s.a 4 I stas-A wn
m ic. wo out oi thre rf ti.
p.uiinis county are mendicanta
! onto" our neonle.
o - - sr
" ,rIsh citizens ol Cairo will meet
a caravan ol merchants. t dangers f
a . Al m.t mnAn eaf US' If ft fii fPe'flai
lUe UeStTUUllYO eiuiv", -ryr at flheenl. , .
tory robbers and the ag-ony of dyinj i;- "J.'o nouse this
lrom thirst are dissipated on reaching J fhe meeting is calk-d for the
one of those gardens ot the desert, , lJ.fW'W eans to aid the
oasis. ParUking of that wblcu recupet-1 J"0"" In their efforts to secure
ates. they meet Utetr future aimouure. y aiiu. ,( u nooed that
.1 Am I CTBntllSri In SbSj la..
with recruited strength, ana renews " lu vuy was possibly
II a. JanwAFI I C&W rial In O fronrl a .a n ,
erries. So with Daoaern u, uaw- . at mis meet-
a a a a,.av arhliT
from disease threaten au numaiu.,,
it we make use of S remedy wutcu anc,.-
ates accute attack of sickness, inus pro.
venting tbeir becoming chronic, ws shall
realize that necessary and refreshment In
traveling life's desert which has been dis
covered In the Homs Stomach Bitters.
Paducah; J.J. Sboelise. ilvanaviii.
G.1 Robinson, Anna; James Gordon'
Spaita; Wm. II. Maxwell, New York
Samnel Rosentel, CIncIanaU; Geo S
Resistor, Benj. Lamb, raxton. r .'
Wm. Gause, Springfield, O.; D. C. Hen!
derson, Rushyille; J. W. Spake, Bluff,
ntertalnment at tha ath....
I la nir was a era ml ..-
excellent, and was so Dro-
Oy the best Judges in the city,
lateness or the honr at
I Wh enteitalnrrwtnt nrn.A.i
- - - vvHMIUW ri u
itoiay more PXlay.
- Ilunsured Trlnintoel Hato.
Mrs. S. Williamson has just received
one hundred trimmed hats, all of u,.
latest styles. Call and examine. JJo
trouble to show goops.
Wanted Two or three rfrla ts
tbe mUlinery trade. Those who have
bad tome e jperieoce preferred, j w.
icver. unotoniv enrchea th. ,i.i
ar nu VI'U
and creates a new fuud of energy In the
system, but it has tbe effect of expelling
impurities ironi lie Hie current which
beget disease. The injurious influence
of abrupt transition of temperature, of an
unwholsome climate and Injurious diet,
are counteracted by It, and it Dromotoa
aigesuon, appetite and sound ' re-
P08 Give it s trial snd be convinced.
It would no doubt be highly amusio
and at tbe same time astonishing to see
s complete list of all the expressive and
"powerful" names of the multitude i
shert-lived medical preparations placed
upon the market during the past few
years as most wonderful discoveries"
snd "infallible cures" (Inhoesigno
t 1 n o e s), by unscrupulous speculators
and adventurers who, reocf nixing the
value of advertising, seek by these anestu
to obtain public favor aad popularity for
their doubtful m4 so often entirely
worthless, and even dangerous, prepara
tions. And It Is a genuine pleasure for j
BOOK & SHOES
Coff ee Sugar fc Syruu,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
mLe.Ii"1ane"t1 cu'cd-no humbug-by one
h.. . iowdcra. lo convince auflerers
hat these powders wiU do all we slatiufur
naid 'aVel W." ft;nd th0,n fey m. poit
paid, a free trial box. As Vr. OoulirU is
the onlv nhc. ,.. " . . . '.
disease a special study, and as to our
knowledge thousands have been ptrmJ.
"Tdl by ,,,e us Pooler"
.Te.c fariinte(e PTimu,ent euro in
ter-cae, or relund you all nionev ex.
ir thdi"" e.Uly trUI be convinced
of their curative poers. u
Price, for lrrra Ka. . i .
"atXr m"" 10 or P-t of Uolted
All sufferi ri from iln'a .ti. ..... .i.--
anxiou u be cured should try Dr Ki,s
oers Celebrated Consumptive P .wders.
Iheseuowdrr are JT,
known that willed YZnL .YX"?lQ
2i V" f tb thront ,Dd ,UV -tadted.
so str..nK is otirfaith in them, and also to
convince you that they are t.o humbur. we
wil forward to every sufferer, by mail
postpaid, all eat rial box.
W e don't Want VAur mnna iimII .... ...
ft lZ h? ''fle(1 01 tht,ir eur-Uve tOowers!
JiJJ?. ,fe tB wonU "vlng.oon't delay m
Kiwrg these rowders a trial, as they wil
surely cure you. 7
Price. t..r lan,. at i
. F v. aeui to pny pari
of the Lnited States or Canada by mail on
receipt of price. Ad.trfs-., ' "
a r- ,. Aa" KOBBINS,
uCO Fulton stieet. Ursoklyn, N. Y.
PAIJT AH U OILS).
S. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Fsper, Window Glass, Win
uww OUSUCS, SSOa
always oa hand, tbs celebrated lUumlnatla
OorMr Blowoata ftraot aa Waahlas
ion Avaaao "
prices ii::::: 10 suit the urn
Room and Board, ht and 7A
Floors, $2.50 per Day. .
Koom and Board. 34 Floor S3 00 Far Day
Spaotal Ratoa Vt Wook or Moath
A limited number of ..ii.i.
STir1 tnu.bl. raleslm,
hotel in Cairo, kutwlihataadin to.
Kock" rductl.m in Itficearui tobU wIIIm
uju.1, be ibKlly .upplil ti IhVv Jv W.
of everything that can lii fonnj in ma?k H.3 '
lirlU K room tur commercial tray-
ASK YOUR TINNER
Or hardware deauu iur tha
&& Eurii Ffiia fctlk.
ZTI i """ a. avary ketiia -
O. D WILLIAlfSON,
- j .
Commission ' Merchant
Me. ie omo laiTcz. -
S"'10' Weoaslo-wau aad
STRATTON & EHID,
AOUTt AKUOAJf MWht oo
T Ohio Iavm.