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i i J ms-sssssasss
; iIRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Sate. An y btisl ness fl rm ran have three llnet
op. In Uii nolurna uroler appropriate beading
atUterete of tl.Atf per month or Ulpyar
payable quarterly In advance.
Hardware, aaa) TH Ware.
A. HAIAKT lteaWin-lovee,TuiBnil Hurl
Were, OaMn and Kerinera' Implements, Win
4ools, Refrigerators, Pomp and 1ail'W"
II i Commercial Avenue. UutU-ruig, anil -lob
Work dune on short uotire.
I, S.MoitA I1KY tlealer in hard and nft 1 urn
br, flooring, ceiling, sidini; ami surfaced
i rati"! i '" and shingl. office anl yard
, -- and Washington avenue
LANCASTlnt A niCK . .... . . .
doors, blinds, etc.. hart and
smagies. lata ani oiuce, coiuiiwrcuu avenue,
D. HAtlTMAJf Dealer in Queenswer. Toy
I.asns aad all kinds of fancy erticl'ia. Commer
? al avenue, corner (Ah street.
WILUAM WINTKrt-Slilh itiwl (ween
commercial arenue and Washington aTentie.
tlathtttc Md Merchant rallarlaa;
JOHN ANTRIM -Merchant Tailor and dealer
IB Ueayiy Made CloUiuig. 7 Ohio Levee.
Real KeLate Attendee.
M. J. HOWLS T-Real Estate Agtnt. Buy
and tells real estate, collect rent, pay taie
for non-residents, etc. Commercial areuue, be
tween win anu i er-tn streets .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
i. Fast Express, arriving lu Ht.
8;;x) p. m.; Chicago, tum, a.m.
120 p.m. CINCINNATI it LOUIS
V1L.1.B FAST LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, fr:'Z5, a.m.; Indianapolis, 4:1ft a.m.;
Passengers by this train arrive at above
OF AKY OTflJJR BOUTZ.
,1:30 p. to. r 4t Mail with sleepers attarb-
ed. for ST. LOUIS and c'UlCAU,
arrivlnf In hu Loul at a.m. Chi
cago at 4-10 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Effingham lor Cincinnati, Loulnviile
PAST TIME EAST
Passengers by tbfi line ro through to
the East without any delay caused by
f be SATURDAY AVTKKXOON TRAIN
r JtOM CA1KO AKK1VKS IN .NEW
ruUK MONDAY MOKNISiU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTIILB HOL'TK. .
Advertisements of competing lines that
tbey make better time tban thla one, are
are Iwued either through Ignorance or a
desire to mislead the public.
For through ticket and Infonnation,
tpply at Illinois Central it. K. Depot, Cairo.
e TAIX AKMVB at cauo?
ixprt-e .2:"" p m.
lail ...... - - 1:15 a.m.
Oen'l Southern Agt.
J. It. Jones. Ticket Agt.
Real Estate Agent.
ROOM 3 'winter' block.''
- Two dwellings on Cross street, In a do
Two etory dwelling house on Toplar
near FJhtevnth itrett ; lu good order '
l)we!lln: of ix rooms ou Twentieth
itrett, east of WaJnut, $12.
Dwelling of tight rooms, on Walnut,
near Fifth street. Kent, $13.
Two store rooms in Winter's Block;
one fronting on Seventh street and the
other on Commercial avenue. Kooma
in second floor of Winter's Bloek.
renemenU Nos. 3 and 5 of Winter's row
A five rooms each, llent, $10.
Nice dwelling of six rooms on Cros
3treo, In a desirable neighborhood.
Wsverly hotel cheap to a good tenent.
Excellent two-story' house on Twenty
Mghth street, comlortably arranged.
Cottage on Hth'street, between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street
Storeroom and dwelling lately Mat
son's shoe store.
Two-story house on 1'JtU street, ol six
rooms. Kent $10.
Store room corner 18th street and
Two-story house corner 1 2th and Wal
nut streets. Ilent $6.
Desirable rooms in various parts of the
iHatpiiV lelirt' lu 1 mills' Uieu troni
tbe tffecu of error and abuse inl
U learlv life. Manhood Itcstored. Im-IQ
IkaJ O 'Pediment to marriage remove-1.
J iMW inelhod of traitiuent. NeWit
land remarkable remedies. Hooks
enveka-s. Adders HowaID AS-lg
aut IATIO. si iutn st. i uiib
delphia. Pa. An institution bav
in a bitth reputation lor honor
able conduct and irofcional
Hallawajr'a Pllla and Ointment.
Scrofula was considered Incurable until
be great discovery of "Ilolloway's Fills
and O went" flashed upon tbe world.
Diseases which baffled the skill of tbe
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
lefct remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rbeum, itch, and all cutaneous eruption
ars curable by them. Twenty-tive cents
ptrbox or pot.
HMnarasI Trimmed Hale.
Mrs. S. Williamson lias just received
one hundred trimmed bats, all of tbe
latest styles. Call and examine. No
trouble to show goods.
Wanted Two or three girls to learn
tbe millinery trade. Those who have
had some experience preferred. 1 w.
BstOB XT BOOIBTtXI
The knlM of the above or ler irt
their hmll tbe nisi anil tmru monuar
in eva month. Commercial avenue, 'Jn door
South of 12th street, al S p m.
Joan 1. Hui.he,U. C!. M.
AflCALON LODGE, NO. 61.
Kaia-hu of Pythlai, meet every Fri
day niVht at baif-iast aeven, in Odd-
Kellows' Hall. Ho.
OALKXAWDRB UilHit, NO. IM.
iDdrprndent Order of OtVd-rel-lows.
merU every Thursday nlnht
at baif-paM seven, in their hall oa
mnM-ri:ial avenue, uetweeji ilh and Htvvnth
r.ts W IU.K. IIawki.ns, N. O.
MAIUO KNCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. r.,llwJ
. ji. (hi.i.VMif.ws Hall on rhe Arst aad talrd
fj. wiay in t-vi:ry month, khlfpt.t.
' ' lillHIIt. NO. 237. A. I, a A. M
.afC i. ireamlar rnnunonicationa in Hsv
C3T iwtiir II all, eorner Commercial avenne
' van i KiKth strwrt, on tbe second aad
'.mrtli Mondav of each montn .
SATE OP ADVEBIRI NU.
rf-AlI bill for advertismf, are due and pay
able IK ADVaaca
Transient advertising will be inserted at the
rate of 1 W P' sqoare for the first insertion
and 50 ceat for each subsequent on A liberal
discount will be mad on sUnding anddispl
Tor insertins; raneral notice SI ' Notice of
meetlnc of societies or secret orders Ml cents for
Church, Society, Festival and 8upr notices
will only be Inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be received at leas than
ISO cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for less than three dollar per month
LOCAL BCI!V.ftn WOICFSJ
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted In the Bclleti as follows : (less
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square - $ W)
Two insertions per square.- 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Bix 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.
OX THE I.LKGA.NT
The ubove elegant steamer will leave
Cairo at C o'clock, p.m.,
Saturday Evening, 19th,
For an excursion to Columbus, Ky
turning to Cairo at 1 o'clock, a.m.
Wil be provided, and those wishing to
dance will have an opportunity to
Tickets fr the round trip, $1. For
tickets apply to Jim Big?, or on
The boat will start from llalllday's
The managers ol the Baby Exposition
would most respectfully inform the citi
zens of dlro that tbe' grand entertain
ment will take place at
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
May 22d and 23d, 1877.
Between the hours ol One and Five each
at'ternoou. 1 he children will be UivMcu
into live classes, viz :
Clsis A. Infants h months and under.
C " 2 years "
!. 3 "
" E. Twins under One year.
Tbe premium will vniist ot Children-
l!urj,'ies and gold coin. Entrance lee 25
cents, which include a pas for tbe mother
aad child or nure. The entry llt is now
open at Judge Bird's office, and at Mrs.
Taylor and Mrs. Stevens, &lxtn et.
S4cal W eainer Benart.
Catao, III., Msy 1", ttfi".
tihs. b am. Tub. Wijid. Vat. Watu
7 a.m. 3".Hh; t;7 N I li cb.udy
11:11" Ki.HH ! 7 i 8 11 fair
tp.m. n; I 8 I II tl.Miily
.i7 KH S V do
itaiufall .17 inches.
BerB-eant. Butnal Service, V. 8. A.
THLltSUAY. MAY 17. Ib77.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
;ween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
.ords of hotels and boarding bouses will
And it to their advantage to call upon
Plelare aad Hrarkels.
K. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
rhromos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels, fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture framing inado a speciality
Cbromos mounted in the cheapest and
best stile. lni
Crossing; tbe Deaert
Is generally an eventful episode In life;
hether It be as pilgrim to worship the
prophet s shrine at Mecca, or as a part of
a carayan ol merchants. The dangers of
the destructive simoon, attacks ot preda
tory robbers aud the agony of dying
from thirst are dissipated on reaching
one of those gardens ot the desert, 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 we make use of a remedy which allevi
ates accute attacks of sickness, thus pre
venting their becoming chronic, we shall
realize that necessary and refreshment In
traveling life's desert which has been dis
covered in tbe Home Stomach Bitters.
A house on Division street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to W.K. Smith.
tccit rociiT nicii.
fine fashionable uutsiuicre suits, at
$12,50, at Farubakcr UaaV. If
The frequent rains are retarding farm
ers In the work of planting. Too much
rain li as bad as not enough.
Crown thy head in glory with one of
Stetson's Philadelphia hats, at $-1,
Farnbakcr &. Haas. tf
For sale, cheap, ono ticket to New
Orleans and return. Address "Ticket,"
No postponement. Tbe strawberry
festival by tb3 ladies of the Presbyterian
church will take dace to-night ralu or
A meeting of the Hibernian lire com
paoy will be held this evening for the
purpose of electing new officers. A good
attendance is requested.
Summer Is upon us, and the reliable
clothiers, Farnbaker &. Haas, arc selling
the best (unequaled by tailors) white
vests from $1 .50 to $5. 1 1
i'ain or shine ice cream and straw
berries will be served by the ladies of the
Presbyterian church, at the residence of
S. P. Wheeler, this (Thursday) evening.
Pa, did you hear the news? The best
cassimere pants In the city are sold now
at five dollars at Farnbaker & Haas'. If
County Clerk Lynch takes exception
to the report of the committee of the
taxpayers' association on the condition
of the Cairo public schools. Mr. Lynch
says the report does him great injustice.
Dr. Smith made a trip to Missouri
one day this week and returned with the
finest collection ol mound pottery yet
brought to this city. Some of the pieces
are very valuable.
Mayor Winter was out yesterday
taking a look at some of the sidewalks
needing repairs. The walk on Four
teenth street between Walnut and Cedar
will receive immediate attention.
Between eleven and twelve o'clock
yesterday, near the convent, officer John
llogan arrested a tramp for being drunk.
He was locked up to sober off, aud will
be given a hearing this morning.
Ada Davis, on the charge of keeping
and maintaining a bawdy house, was
before Judge Bird yesterday. She was
lined ten dollars aud costs. She paid the
fine and was discharged. Chief Arter
made the arrest.
We had a call from Hon. J. F. Mc
Cartney of the Metropolis Tiinei, on
Tuesday. Mack is as full of lite and
Vim as ever, and hates the "Massac and
Johnson county ring" fellows as much
The passenger train ou the Cairo and
Vincennes railroad leaves Cairo at 5 a.
id., instead ot 5 p. m., as stated in yes
terday morning's Bulletin. The sub
stitution of a "p" lor an "a" was the
fault of the printer.
The sale of tobacco at the Farmers'
warehouse this morning will be the
largest of the season so lar. Among the
Layers in the city are a number of gen
tlemen representing some of the largest
manufacturing establishments in 'the
country. Besides these the board ot
home buyers is constantly increasing,
our business men generally taking a
new and increased interest in the Cairo
Mr. Wm. Winter yesterday photo
graphed Mr. reter Cuhl's residence, at
the corner of Twenty-third street and
llolbrook avenue. Mr. Cuhl will shortly
sail for Europe, und will take a number
of the photographs with him.
The "colored baby show" will take
place at Scheel's hall on Tuesday after
noon, May. 22d. All the necessary ar
rangements are being perfected and a
good iime and lots ot fun may be looked
Mr. A. Reiser has commenced the
work of rebuilding the house at the cor
ner ot Eight street and Commercial
avenup, lately destroyed by lire, Mr.
G. W. Hendricks has the contract for
doing the work.
At the last meeting of the city coun
cil, the street committee was instructed
to have the sidewalk on Ohio levee be
tween Twelfth street and Heed's foundry
rebuilt without delay. This is a much
need improvement, and we are glad the
council has ordered the work to be don?.
Tho friends of the Presbyterian
church should bear in mind that the
lawn party, to be given by the ladies of
that congregation, takes place at the res
Idcncs of Mr. S. P. Wheeler this even
ing. Ice cream, strawberries and cake
will be furnished In "quantities to suit"
at thirty-live cents a plate. All who can
Huse, Loomia & Co., dealers in ice,
have removed their office from tho cor
ner of Eighth street and Ohio levee to
the building one door below the St.
Charles hotel. They are now delivering
ice In all parts of the city, and those de
siring the cold stuflf will lcaye their
orders at the new office.
Dan Barry and James Dean, steam
boatmen, were arrested by officer Sar
gent on Tuesday evening "on charge
of righting. They were before Judge
Bird yesterday for trial, and were fined
five dollars and costs each. Dean paid
his fine and was discharged. Barry, un
able to liquidate, was sent tt the cala
boose for seven days, lie will labor on
In view of tin approaching warm
weather we urge upon our cltizeus the
necessity of cleaning up their premises as
a sanitary precaution. All rubbish and
trash, ot whatever kind or description,
should be removed without delay, and
in its stead a good coat of lime will do
much to destroy whatever unhealthy or
disagreeable odor may result from its
removal. People cannot be loo caret ul
at this season of the year, and a little la
bor now may be tbe meaus of preventing
sickness later In the season
Mr. Ed. Braxton, that chief of ton
sonal artists, has taken charge of tbe
shop on Eighth Btreet, owned by the late
Daniel Lamport. Ed. Braxton is one of
the best barbers in the state, as well as a
gentleman In his Intercourse with his
patrons, lie was one of tie (utlorers In
the late Are at the corner of Eithth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly. He Is novr trying to build op again,
and we bespeak tor him a lair share ot
patronage. He deserves it. tf
Itefrlgerators, the very best, at A.
Halley's, 1 13 Commercial avenue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table nd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' Im
plements, plows, corn planters and shell
erf, sulkey rakes, and a general stock of
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stand.,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging baskets ot all
kinds ; the largest variety ot bird cages
In the city and will be sold very low at
A. Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue.
Arrivals at the St. Charles yesterday
were Wm. A. Kerr, Marion, 111.; Phil.
E. Crookcr, C. E. Clark, E. Maxwell, II.
S. Seage, P. Samby, C. Hathaway, St.
Louis; llev. J. O. Boydston, Edingbuig;
P. P. Peck, Nashville; W. II. Perry, J.
Stern, Wm. II. Maxwell, New York; C
C. Uiflbrd, C. C. Blake, Chicago; Oco.
Jameson, David Jameson, Ludington,
Mich.; A. Clapp, Springfield, Mo.; J. M
Healy, Champaign; Wm. Cause, Spring
field, O.; Walter IUmsey, Philadelphia;
Will Williams, B.N.Robinson, Clncin
nati; Mrs. II. Cushman, Mrs. S. Jones,
John Sproat, Columbus, Ky.; O. B. Mo
Coy, New Orleans; Montgomery Ega
montee, Havana, Cuba; A. McFarland
and family, Springfield; Wm. M. Hicks,
Mt. Vernon, 111.
On Tuesday evening last while the
scholars were returning from school,
little Annie Elmer, aged eight years,
whose parents reside on Fifth street be
tween Commercial and Washing
ton avenues, met with an accident by
which her left arm was broken. She was
running along the sidewalk between the
Bct.LF.HN" office and Eleventh street,
when by some means she fell oil the
walk, and as above stated broke her
left arm just above the elbow, the bone
protruding through the flesh. She ws
taken home, and Drs. Smith and Ward
ner were called to see her. At first it
was the opinion of the physicians above
named that the arm would have to be
amputated, but they now think it pos
sible to save It. The little suflcrer Is
getting along as well as could be expect
ed under the circumstances.
We call attention to the advertise
ment of the "colored baby exposition" to
be found in an other column of this
morning's Bulletin. Tho show takes
place at Sheds' hall on the 22 d inst..
between the hours of one and five
o'clock, p. in. The premiums will con
sist ot baby carriages and gold
coin. The entries include five
classes, as follows: Class A in
fants six months and under ; class B
one year and under ; class C two years
and under; class D three years and un
der. Class E is for twins under one
year. The price of admission will be
twenty-five cents, which includes en
trance lee for child, mother or nurse.
The entry list Is now open at Ju'ige
Bird's office, and at Mrs. Taylor's and
Mrs. Stevens' on Fifth street.
Theaudieuce at the atheneum on
Tuesday evening to witness the cantata
ot Ruth by the Paducan Harmonic Soci
ty was very large, and was composed of
the more intelligent and fashionable por
tion of our people. Seldom have we
known a Cairo audience to give more
sincere demonstrations ot approval than
were manifest on tbe appear
ance ot the this society, and
the universal exclamation of
all Is that the presentation w&s excellent
In the highest degree. While there are
perhaps those who deserve special men
tion lor the part they played in the can
tata, where all did so well it would be
unkind to 6lngle out a few upon whom to
bestow Epecial praise. Suffice it to say
that the cantata was rendered in grand
style, and we congratulate our Paducan
friends ou the possession ot so fine an
association as the Harmonic society.
At the election to take place in No
yember next the people of Alexander
county will be required to elect a county
judge, county clerk, assessor and treas
urer, and one member of the board of
county commissioners. In this connec
tion we regret to say that It Is generally
understood that Judge Bross will not be
a candidate for re-election. We believe
he could have the office again without
opposition, but he has served the people
long and faithfully, and de
sires now to turn his attention to other
and more lucrative pursuits. Since
Judge Bross' election many reforms have
been Inaugurated in the method of trans
acting business in the county court and
wnen ne leaves mo Deucn his successor
will find the afiairs of the office in be tter
coudition than for twenty years past.
The people ot Alexander county can
lily afford to dispense with Judge Bross'
services u st at this time.
For several days past we have heard
it intimated that a certain well-known
St. Louis drummer and a Mound City
lady, well-known In Cairo, had left the
city yery mysteriously on Monday even
ing last. On inquiry we have learned
the following facts : On Monday morn
ing the gentleman in question called
at a livery stable in this city
and hired a two-horse rig to go
to Mound City. Where tbe team was ready
for him Mr. Blank said be would like to
have some oua go along to drive tor him
as he was not used to handling horses;
and to accommodate him the livery man
sent his son, a boy twelve ot thirteen
years old. When they arrived in Mound
City, Mr. Blank induced the boy to get
out of the buggy, saying that
he had some business to ) attend to in a
certain part ot the city, and would be
back in halt an hour. Mr. Blank drove
oft, but in less tban half an hour he re
turned with a young lady in tho buggy
with him. The bay got into the buggy,
and the party came back to Cairo, where
they arrived about three o'clock in
the afternoon. Arriving at tbe
livery stable, Mr. Blank and
his lady friend got out ot tbe buggy say
ing that they would walk down to the
hoteL They went to tbe Planter's bouse,
where they remained until about Ave
o'clock, when tbey left, since which
time nothing has been teen or heard oi
them. It is suspected, however, that
after leaving tbe hotel they went to
Greenfield's terry where they
crossed over to Missouri, and took
tbe first tram out on tbe Cairo, Arkan
sas and Texas road tor Charleston, and
at Charleston took tho Iron Mountain
road lor St. Louis. The next day the
father and mother of tbe young lady
came to Cairo and began a search for
her. Substantially the same statement
a we have here related was told
them, when the old lady concluded
to go on to St. Louis, first
getting the name and location of the
firm for whom Mr. Blaak
does business. Nothing further has
been beard of any ot the parties since
leaving Cairo, and the friends of the
young lady are anxiously waiting to
see what tbe outcome ot the aflalr will
be. We do not know anything about
Mr. Blank, but are told that he is a mar
ried man and has a wife
aud three children living in St. Louis.
The young lady is well known in Cairo
where her parents resided a few years
ago. She Is 'good looking and intelli
gent, and has always borne an excellent
reputation. t e conceal tbe names of
parties to this affair for the present
and until we are able to learn more
Have Tan a Cough T
That dry. hacking cough is the herald
ot approaching consumption. To check
tbe swift progress of the destroyer,
prompt and decisive measures must be
resorted to. A dose ot Dr. Morris' Syr
op of Tar, Wild Cherry and Horehound,
taken when the conghlng spells come on.
will afford immediate relief, and event
ually effect a thorough cure. It will be
found equally beneficial In all forms of
throat and lung disorders. In cases of
croup it is of inestimable value. Call at
the drug store of
and inquire about it. They will furnish
you with a trial size bottle for 10 cents.
Large sizes 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 25 cents.
The Debris af the aralem
Must either pass through its natural
channels of exit, the bowels, the kidneys
and the pores, or, in default thereof,
poison and disorder the fluids of tbe sys
tem. In order to effect tbe complete ex
pulsion of this dangerous refuse, the
organs through which it passes off must
be active and unobstructed. Fortunately
there is a certain means of rendering
them so when they are not. Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters stimulate the action ot
the excretory organs, and by diffusing a
genial warmth through the circulation.
encourage moderate perspiration. By
this triple effect tbe exodus of tbe toecal
and other waste matters are encouraged,
and Uie system treed from peril it would
otncrwise incur. The action of the
bowels which follows the use of this
beneficent alterative is easy aud unac
companied by griping, and its stimula
tive efiect upon tbe urinary oriraus verv
conducive to their local health.
Al 10 o'clock, May 18, on Wrecking
Foot of Eight Street, Cairo, Illinois.
For whom It may concern : The ma
chinery of the Ferry Boat,
T. R. SELMES,
Two boilers, 42 inches in diameter by 22
feet long, 1 engine, 1 doctor, 1 shaft, 1
chimney. 1 lot coper pipe, I lot brass, 1
capstan, and lot ot scrap iron from boat.
Hiram Hill, Wrecker.
Wixtlr& Stewart, Auctioneers.
Tbe Hew Town Hall at Ayer.
This elegaut 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
nent as it is charming. The English
architects have adorned it in subdued
colors, which please without tiring the
eye. Dr. J. C. Ayer built and gave it to
the town in acknowledgment of tbe dis
tinction tbey conferred upon him in tak
ing his name. Although it is a gener
ous gift, still the hearty good wishes ot
a whole people are of greater value, aud
the generous donor has doubtless secured
there. Groton Mass.) Journal. 1m
Toaacra and Cik re.
Merchants,grocers, and saloon-keepers
should not forget that Messrs. Corlis Si
llaukin, proprietors of the Prairie State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened au establishment at the corner
of Sixtn street and Ohio levee in this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
retail busiuess in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on baud the largest
and most complete stock ol
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cutro, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
ylted to call and examine their stock.
' Mrs. Spears has removed her place ot
business from Seventh street to Com
mercial avenue, No. 118, in Winter's
block, where she will be pleased to wel
come her old customers and new ones.
She has a fine assortment of new goods
from New York, consisting of ladies hats
of all patterns, flowers, feathers and all
kinds of goods in the millinery line.
Ladies will do well to call and examine
belore bnyiug elsewhere. She will be
leased to show goods at all times. Hats
bleached and Ulmmed to order: coloring
black or brown 4 -?2-1 m
A grocery store, stock and fixtures, lo
cated at Bird's Point, Missouri, will be
old for $125. For particulars inqnlr
at F. Korsmeyr'i, Cairo, Ills. 6 8-2w
Dr. w, c Jaealyn
Has received a
large assortment ot artificial teeth, and l
prepared to supply all of his patrons.
All branches ot dentistry performed in
tbe most durable manner. Call at once.
Office Eighth street between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illi
nois. A Vara.
To all who are suffering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ncr
voas weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
cmcdy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to th Rev. Joeph T.
Inman, Station D. Bible House, New
V. laelley, .
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
mens' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Uentlcmcns' hats dyed and
cleaned and blocked in the latest style.
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove Impurities from all tabrics with
out Injury to the material. 1m.
Huse, Loom is fc Co., wholesale and
retail dealers in northern lake ice, have
moved their office to the house next to
the SU Charles hotel, Ohio leyee, where
all orders will receive prompt attention.
James Kavamauoh, Manager.
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 6-17-lm
The ladies of the PrcsbyterianOaociety
will give an Ice cream and stxsnv berry
festival on the grounds of S. P. Wheeler,
Esq.. on Thursday evening, May 17th.
Admission fee. 13 cents. Ice cream, straw
berries, cake, 35 cents. Fine music and
good cheer may be expected. fi-I3-3t
Farm far Beat.
A fine farm of 85 acres la Alexander
county.on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Good dwelling, barn, well, fcc.
cn the place Rent low to a good tenant.
M. J. Howlkt,
3t Real Estate Ag't.
Horse, buggy, harness, and a complete
outfit for the same. The horse, five
years old, buggy and harness nearly
new, all tor one hundred and fifty dollars.
Apply to N. W. Hacker, 70 Ohio leyee.
For artistic Photographs at a moderate
sost call at Gu9tave WetrsU's Gallery.
Was LiBrABTMKirr. Kivbm Rbfut, 1
May lti, 177. f
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' Cairo - I 33 7 , 7
Pittsbura; u .l 4 o
Cincinnati I !' 8 1
LoaisTill.......... j 00 4
N'anhville I s In
St. Louis I J2 in l u
Kvansrille M 0 jo
Memphis I tti 4 i
Vickdburo: .1 41 1 0 I
'Sew Orleans 4 1 n
Urlow hijh WsUr 1S74.
JAMES WA1 BON.
Sergeant SUrnal Hervie. " b. A.
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar 4c Sjrno,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
PAINT AUD OlUt.
B. F. Blako
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Always on hand, ths celebrated iUumtaatia
Broaa' aaxatlclSn. r,
Corner Kleventh Street aad Waahiat; I
ton Avenoa I
Uwecnea'a Carman Myrnp.
Ctn bow be purchased right at home; it
1 tbe most successful preparation ever in
troduced to our people. It works like a
charm in all easts consumption pneumo
nia, hemorrhages, asthma, severe coughs,
croup, aud other lurott and lung diseases.
No person tot ever used this ruedl.ine
without getting immediate relief, yet there
are a icood maiu poor, sutlering, skeptical
person going about our sueets with a sus
picious cough, and the voice ot consump
tion coming fiom their lunge, that will aot
try It If youdie.il It your own fault, at
you can go to Paul (i. Bchuh, druggist, and
get a sample bottle lor 10 tenls aad try It
three doses will relieve any case. Macular
lite or.lj "5 cent. aw.
Kicil m V to A(Ttit. CMmMafii. 10 Jl.
iitiiiiit.i.iaitit't.-i n i t-ruiM ti r. ruffs
lti.Ui.4J- llii: ay.Vtr lit U.atl.i.aUla,nti
SJ WurM. tmfJi -lav
fheaneat ia the kunwr
tresa COl LTIU A i O-Cblueji
'.- -vMt Irmm tm .....ml.
nsvrzLaV , . t v
Room and Csard, It! and 24
Floors, $2.50 por Day.
Boost and Board, 84 Floor M.M re Bap
taalal BUta fcv TTk tUtatk
A limited number of very desirable taaally
rouma eaa be secured at reasonable rata lar tat
Bummer months. "
The st Charles is Am Isrrest aad best saaaaiat
ed Hons, in Southern Illinois, and U tnaTfcSajS
V 1.tn Prtce. the fcMe win. aa
usual, be liberally etrpalM With raevery hsai
... vr. 1 1 in ii i in annum ma "Baa
. "aa ijantn uB IUUBU 1
kTifiBi Bat I lila - - - SU
wot, on Krouna Boor, ma
n AU Mrnn of lianltB msb.wI tn mmA
tire uvwka wiuivui cuawsTO.
Permanently cured ao huiabag by
month' usage of Oaalard's Celebrat
ed Fit l'owders. Ta convince tuSTerars
that these powders will do aU we claim for
them, we will send them by mall, poet
paid, a free trial box. As Dr. Goulard la
the only physician that has ever made tale
aiaease a special study, ana as ta our
knowledge thousand aave baea Mms-
nently cured by the use f tnese powders,
we will a-aarantee a persBsnant eura la
every case, or refund yon all mosey ex
pended. All sufferers should glva taste
Powders an early trial, aad be aonvlncea
01 ineir curauve poer.
met, lor large box, a-s, or paxes tor
1 10, tent by mail ta any part af Unite
itateaav Canada oa receipt of prtee, at by
express, U. O. L. Address,
ASH k ioBEXZIf,
SCO Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N. T.
All sufferer from tbfs dltraat that are
anxious to be eurtxl tbauld try Or K lat
her' Celebrated Conautnptiva PaWdere,
These powders are the aaly preparation
known that will cure Con-trmpUoa aad all
diteasee of tbe throat aad tuner Indeed.
so strong; is ourfaith la them, aad alto to
convince you that they are ao humbaa, we
will forward to avert suiferar. bv mail
postpaid, a free trial box.
We don't want your money until yon are
perfectly satisfied ol their curative powers.
Ir you life is worth saving, doat delay la
Riving these powder a trial, as they wil
rarely cure you.
rrice, tor large box. 93. teat to say part
of the United States at Canada by mail oa
receipt 01 price. Aanrett,
8H tt BOBBXZn,
360 Fulton Street. Brooklyn, M. T.
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Tot Cutanaoua Diaordara
And all eruption of the skia, !tbe olatmeat la
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HOLLOW AY'll PILL8
la v arlablyurt the foil owmc diseases
Disorder of the Kidxtaara.
In all diseases affecting these organs, whether
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For 8tomache Out of Order.
No medicine will to ease bully uaarove the
tone of the stomach at these fills: tbev aeavove
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the world for the following: diseases i AnT
Aatnina, liilious Cojnulaiatt, lilotuaee aa aaa
Man. Bowels. Consumption, Debility , Uiwtwy.
fevers ol'all kinds, rila, Uout. Headache, Isvdi
(estioa, Iananunation, Jau..dca, Uver Com
plaint I, Lumbago, Piles, Uheumaiitai. Eetaa-
- . yum, mnnua or suae a a-v-u. eore
- m. suMfoiuouiwaa.
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Ilaydock. a ageat tor the Ususad States, ear-'
rouud each boa of I'iUs, and Otataaeat. A
handmma mwui! wi It L. I ... - - -
dering auch tsdbnasAioa at taay lead ta taa
w-Mwa v mmj j or saaruat sjonaaaraatttsaT
tht inediciaee or vending ha attaa, kaewteS
UWID IA lie tit.iri.uiM
Sold at th. m-.KBi fmmm 1
lowav A Co . hw York, aad by all i
druggists aad dealers la awasi
G"'i!T- T"' ma a to aaaet, as
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ft "" in r ttilrlenhU attlaj. li gOuta Bat
larger tisea . " -
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