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' iIKO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Vate.Any busine firm can have three line
pace, In thla coIuiiib under appropriate bawling
I inertia of l.W per mouth or 112 per year
(ayabl quarterly In advance.
Hardware. sHovea aa.d Tin Ware.
A. 1IAI.T.KY-Dealer In Stove. Tin and Hani
Ware, (jaidenand Farmer' Implement, Wirt
iMXis, Ketrlgeraio-, rump ami laimier.
Ilj Commnriial Avcnua. Guitenng, aut Job
Work duna on abort notice.
lr, Boorlm?, ceiling, siding ami surfaced
lumber, lath and shingles . tillliw and yard
turner Twentieth street and Washington avenue
LANCASTER 4 UICK-Dealer in sash,
door, blinds, ate. hard and toft lumlicr and
h Ingle . Yard ana office. Commercial avenue,
oruer 17th ttreel.
D. IfAKTMAX-fiealerln CJunware, Toy,
I jnipt and all kinda of fancy articln. Commer
avenue, corner lh street.
WILLIAM WINTKK-Sixlh atrwt between
commercial avenue and Washington avenue.
Clothlua- Merchant Tailoring-.
JOHN ASTIUM-.Merchant Tailor and dealer
lb lUady Mad Clothing. ; Ohio Levee.
Heal Batata A;enrlea.
M. J. HOWLKY-Itol Kttate Agent- Buyi
and m-II real estate, collect rent, nays tuxi-s
lor uon-reHldenU.eto. Commercial avenue, be
twiwu Mntb and Tenth streets .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Cirecl Connection withEisiernLines
' Trains Leave Cairo
2:20 p.m. Kat hi press, arriving In St.
LouIh t:'M p. Hi.; Chicago, 7:., a.m.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
V1LLE FAST LINE
arriving' n Cincinnati 8:30, .m.; Loiils
Mile, :'i a ui -. IndUnupoliii, 4:15 a.m.;
Passenger by this train arrive at above
OF ANT OTHEE BOUTE.
,1.!0 p. m.FaHt Mail with sleeper attach
til. for ST. LOLLS and CUICALO,
arriving In St. Loul at ti-JV) a.m. Chi
cago at 4-10 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Kttlogliam lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
I'aj-sfBi.'cra ly thlt line fro through to
the Kant without any delay raused by
riie HATUKDAY AKTKKNOON TKAIN
KitOM CAIRO AUKIVKS IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MUBNINO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHER HOL'TE.
Advertisement of competing line that
they make better time than thla one, are
are issued either through ignorance or a
desire to mlitlead the public.
Kor through tickets and information,
tpply at Illinois Central K, It. Depot, Cairo.
1SAIX AHIUVS at caio;
f.xpreM 2imp in.
lail 1:11 a.m.
Gcn'l Southern Agt.
.1. II. .Junes. Ticket Agl.
M. J. Hcwley
Real Estate Agent.
ltOOM 3 "WINTKIt'S lll.OCK."
Alter June l.t oji.i .e cottage of llvt
rooms near Fifth and Walnut streets.
Cottage ef four roonis;on Fourth etrett
near Cointnerclal avenue.
Two dwellings on Crose street, in a de-
i ruble neighborhood.
Two story dwelling house on Poplar
uar Kighteenth street ; lu good order1
llwelling of fix rooms on Twei;tifth
street, east of Walnut, $12.
Dwelling of eight rooms, on; Walnut,
tear Fifth street. Kent,
Two store rooms in Winter's Uloek;
one (routing on Seventh street and the
ct'ier on Commercial avenue. Kooms
on fecond floor ot Winter's Block
Tenement No' 5 of Winter's row Dl live
room?. Kent, $10.
Nice dwelling of six rooms on Cross
rtreet, in a desirable neighborhood.
Waverly hotel cheap to a good tencnt.
Excellent two-story house on Twenty
eighth street, comlortably arrauged.
Cottage on 14th;strcet, between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street.
Storeroom and dwelling lately Mat
son's shoe store.
Two-story house on 19th street, ot six
rooms. Kent $10.
Store room corner lSth street and
Two-story house corner 12th and Wal
nut streets. Kent $6.
Desirable rooms in various parts of the
illappv rvlirt to youuK nieu lroin
line enecta nl errora anu aouaea in
Wlylife. tlanhoodReatored. lm-
uwtlmenta to marriage removeu. U
New method of treatment New C
anil remarkable nmediea. Bookt JT
and circular aent free In tealeil M
envelopet. Adderaa Howabd Ab-IS
siRiATinw.ini n. Mntb at. l'hila
delpbia. Pa. An Institution hav
Inra high reputatioo lor honor
able conduct and nrofeasional
llollowajr'a Pa and Ointment.
Strotula was considered IncurabU until
he great dlsoovery of "Ilolloway's l'llli
audO went" flushed upon the vnrld.
Disease which battled the ekill ot the
medical ichools, readily yield to then per
lest remedioi. Scurvy, eryalpela., .alt
rlioum, Itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Tweuty-uve cents
per box or pot.
llorst, buggy, harnesa, and a complete
outllt for the same. The horse, Ave
years old, buggy and harness nearly
new, all lor one hundred and fifty dollars.
Apply to N. W, Hacker, 70 Ohio leyce,
The knlgltU of the above ofiler meet
at weir Hall the flr.t and third Monday
In earn monin. lonimvrcial avenue.
south of 12th atrtwt, ut p in.
Jour 1). 11imii-, U
ASCALON LODGE, MO. 61.
Knight of Pytbial, meet tcit Frl-
ay nignt at ni
1 night at oalf-paal at von, in Odd
- ALKXANDKU LOIHiE. NO. iU,
jf Indcpenduit Order of Odd-Pel-f.
J Iowa, lux-la every Thuretlay nlKbt
am1 ai naii-pasi aeven, in ineir nail on
Jomiuervial avenue, lic-twren hixth and Hvvrntb
jifU Will K. Hawkinh, N. U.
MAIItO KNCAMl'MENT, I. O. O. f.-meeU
vin Hdil-ITcllow' Uall on the Drat anil third
I iiiwbty in every month, at baif-paat teven
A. CuMINOH, C P
A CAIIUILODUE. NO. ZfJ,.f. Ik. M.
Hold regular couiniunitationt in Ma
0,"c Hall, corner Commercial rveoue
aud KiKhth atreet, on the aocond and
'mirth Monday of each month.
HATKM OP ADVCBININU.
d"All bill lor alvertiauif , are due and pay
able IN AOVAMCI
Transient advertiaing will be Inierted at the
rate of II 01) per tuuare for the Irat inaertion
and 5" centa for each aubtequent one A liberal
diacount will be inude on itamling and diipl
ITor inaertinK Funeral notice 11 U Notice ol
ueetinjr of locietlea or aecret ordcri vj cent for
Church, Society, Featlval and Supper notice
will only be Inserted u advcrtiitement
No advertiwrnvnt will be received at leu than
to cent, and no advertisement will be Inaerted
for lua than three dollar per month
1.0CAI. niN.KNa) KtiU'KI
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted in the Ulllktin as follows : (Less
than one square counted as atxjuare.)
One insertion per sijuarc - $ 50
Two Insertions per equare 75
Three Insertions per stjiiare 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.
O.N THK KLEOANT
The above elegant steamer will leave
Cairo at o'clock, p.m.,
Saturday Evening, 19th,
For an ' xcurslon to Columbus, Ky re
turning to Cairo at 1 o'clock, a.m., Sun
Wil be provided, and those wishing to
dance will have an opportunity to
Tickets fir the round trip. $1. For
tickets apply to Jim Bigir, or on
The boat will start from Ilallliiay's
The managers ol the Baby Exposition
would most respectfully Ir.lorm the citi
zens 01 Cairo that the' grand entertain
ment w ill take place at
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
May 22dand 23d. 1877.
Between the hours of One and Five each
afternoon. The children will be divided
into live classes, viz :
CUns A. Infants H months and under.
i j y
" C " U year " '
)t . ;j '
" E. Twins underOna year.
Tbc premiums will pont ot Chlldrcn-s
Iiutrie and gold coin. Entrance lee i'
eenU", which includes pass for the mother
aad child ornurw. The entry lint I now
open at Judze Bird's otQce, and at Mrs.
Taylors and Mrs. Stevens, sixth tit.
Loral W earner Heport,
Caiuo, III., May 1.", IS77.
Tina, j Uau. Tub. I Wiwd. I Vti. I Wnu
.V'.P'l J 70
:i.C71 ! M
Serjreant. Sbzual service. V. 8. A.
SATURDAY. MAY 10. IS77.
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 latin'
dry establishments in the city, and land-
.ords of hotels and boarding bouses will
3nd it to their advantage to call upon
Picture and Bracket.
E. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
largo stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
chromo8, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels, fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture framing made a speciality
Chromos mounted in the cheapest and
best style. lm
Croaalng- the Desert
la generally an eventful episode In life;
whether It be as pilgrim to worship the
prophet's shrine at Mecca, or as a part of
a carayan ot merchants. Ths dangers of
the destructive simoon, attacks ot preda
tory robbers and the agony of dying
from thirst are dissipated on reaching
one of those gardens ot the desert, an
oasis, rartaklng of that which recuper
ates, they meet their future difficulties
with recruited strength and renewed en
ergies. So with modern lite, dangers
from disease threaten all humanity, but
11 we make use of a remedy which allevi
ates accute attacks or 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 the Home Stomach Bittem.
A house on division street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to W. 11. Smith.
LOCJt FOCX1T flECM.
Mr. Johu j Hurniau Is able to be
For sale, clietp, one ticket to New
Orleans and return. Address "Ticket,"
The protracted meeting at the Re?.
Nelson Klx'i church, corner ol Fllteenth
and Walnut streets, Is still going on, and
many sinners are being gathered in.
-It i said, but whether truthfully we
do not know, that the couple who eloped
from this city on Monday last, wcut
direct to Texas.
It should not be Lrgotteu that the
ladles ol the Episcopal church will give
an Ice cream and strawberry festival on
Thursday evening, 24th list.
It is proposed that all the Cairo fire
companies, the numerous ecret societies,
and citizens generally, joii together and
givo a grand Fourth of July celebration.
M hat say the boy? r
-Miss JosephineGlenn ind Miss Mary
Clark, young ladles well known in Cairo,
lelt the city yesterday wltl tho view ol
entering Die Loretto cement at Louis
-Business generally U quiet, though
merchants and dealers in all kinds ot
produce are doing a fair and living trade.
"Trade is dull" Is an oft repeated asser
tion, though It It no duller in Cairo than
in other cities and towns.
If any one knows where the uegro
boy Tucker disposed of the watch he
stole Irom .Mr. Sam Ullmau's residence
on last Thursday morning, he will be lib
erally rewarded by lettlDg Mr. Ulluian
know ol it. Sam wants his watch.
Strawberries are becoming pleity
and cheap in tiie Cairo market. They
were offering yesterday at three dollars
and fifty cents per crate of twenty -four
A quarrel occurred between a num
ber of negro men yesterday on Poplar
street, and tor a time it seemed as if
some of them would get hurt. They
did not name to blows, howeyer.
Messrs. fllnkle & Thlstlewood are
getting ready for their next Thursday's
tobacco sale, which promises to be even
larger than that of last Thursday. The
Farmers' warebouso Is growing In favor
with tobacco growers.
-The receipts at the strawberry festi
val given at the residence of Mr.
Wheeler on Thursday evening by the
ladies of the Presbyterian church, were
about one hundred and twenty dollars,
The ladles are much pleased with the suc
cess of their undertaking.
Messrs. Corlis t Kankln, dealers in
manufactured tobaico, cigars, etc., cor
ner of Ohio levee and Sixth street, have
the tinest stock of goods in their Hue ot
any house in Southern Illinois, and we
are glad to know they are doing a thriv
The scholars of the Presbyterian
Sunday school will indulge in a picnic
excursion to-day. A special train will
leave from the Vincennes depot at halt
past eight o'clock, stopping at Eighth,
t welfth and Eighteenth streets, and pro
ceed to the picnic grounds near New
The Pulaski Patriot of the 17th says:
"S. P. Wheeler, Esq., attorney of the
Cairo and Vinceunes rallroa l company,
came up last Saturday and paid the
countv collector $2,100.58, the balance of
the taxes due this county, except the
ruilroad interest on the road bed nod
capital stock, amounting to $1,150.60."
P.emerab r the excursion on the
steamer ldlewild this evening to Colum
bus, Kentucky, and return. The fare for
the round trip has been put at the low
price ot one dollar. The boat will leave
llall'uay Bros . wiiarf-boat at seven
o'clock prompt. A good time may be
expected by those who go.
It is true that the parties occupying
the Irame building at the corner of
Eighth street and W asliington avenue
have received notice to vacate by the
first of June. It is Bald that a stock
company has been organized lor the
purpose ot erecting an opera house on
the site. We do not know how much
truth there Is in the report and give it
for what it is worth.
The Baptists of Cairo are requested
to meet at the Christian church on
Eighteenth street, to-morrow (Sunday)
morning, at the usual hour for holding
service. The object ot the meeting is to
consult as to the feasibility of organiz
ing a Baptist church and Sunday school
in Cairo. It is hoped all Baptists will
be in attendance. . J
Jas. Jones, a colored individual, was
arrested yesterday afternoon by Chief of
Police Artcr on a charge of using offen
sive language. Jones got into a quarrel
with a down town hotel runner, and was
about to Inflict severe punishment on
him when Chief Arter arrested him.
Judge Bird fined him five dollars and
costs and sent him to the lock-up lor
Arllngtou hotel arrivals yesterday
were: II. G. Carter, Mound City; II. L.
Borcn, Form an, Ills.; M. Soyner, Stone
Fort; Warren Morris, Fort Wayne, Ind.;
E. Hussell, Danville, 111.; R. S. Yocum.
Pulaski; J. O. Gallage, Marion, 111.;
Henry Bulin, New York; Jas. Rouse,
Evansvllle: Jas. Steel, W. Condell and
M. Maury and wlte. St. Louis; J. W.
Jautt, New Grand Chain. Sol. Duerer,
C. Burkhardt has purchased of the
Cairo city company 104 acres of land ad
joining town, the ground ho has pre
viously leased, lor $15 an acre. lie has
cleared up and fenced a tine field beyond
the old ground under cultivation and al
ready has it under the plow. Mr. Nick
Burkhardt has also purchased forty acres
ef the same company, at the same price,
adjoining his brother's land. It Includes
the plot beyond the cemetery and lying
between the county road aud the Mound
City railroad. Pulaki Patriot.
The Hibernian lire company held an
election on Thursday evening tor presi
dent, vice-president, foreman of hose,
and two members of the board ol direc
tors. Tho election resulted as folows:
President, Wm. McIIalo; vice-president,
John M. Hogan ; foreman of how ,
T. M. Lovctt ; members ol tho board of
dlreutori, Pat. Fitzgerald and Tom
Keane. ., S
It was rumored yesterday thrft the
negro who attempted to commit iw out
rage on Mrs. Pile near Arlington, Ky.,
on Tuesday evening, bad been taken
from the officers by a mob and hanged.
We tried to trace the report to a reliable
source, but could not. It is probably un
true. Mitch Schutes, a colored man, who
is a frequent attendant on the police
courts of late, was arrested again yester
day and locked up in the city jail. Mitch
is in the habit of Imbibing too freely .and
yesterday, having an overload of tangle
foot aboard, went to a bouse on Four
teenth afreet and got up a row with one
of the female inmates, lie became
noisy, when Officer Gladney undertook
to arrest him. He resisted, and It took
four men to take him to Jail. He will
have a hearing this morning.
Mr. Ed. Braxton, that chief of ton-
sonal artists, has taken charge of the
shop on Eighth street, owned by the late
Daniel Lampert. Ed. Braxton is oae of
the best barbers in the state, as well as a
gentleman in his intercourse with bis
patrons. He was one of the suflerera In
the late fire at the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavily-
He is now trying to build up again,
and we bespeak tor him a fair share of
patronage. Re deserves It. tf
Refrigerators, tho very best, at A.
Halley's, 113 Commercial avenue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' im
plements, plows, corn planters and shelt
ers, sulkey rakes, and a general stock ot
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, banging baskets ot all
kinds ; the largest variety ot bird cages
in the city and will be sold very low at
A. Halley's, 113 Commercial avenue.
We desire to call the attention ol the
police to the fact that there Is mu3h
last driving doneon Washington avenue;
and that almost any evening a number
of gentlemen are in the habit ot practic-!
ing their horses on this much frequented
thoroughfare. While we are aware of the
tact that good drives are scarce In this
locality, we do not believe that Washing
ton avenue Is the proper place to prac
tice fast horses. There are alwavs a
greater or less number of small children
on this street, and it is a wonder that a
serious accident has not happened.
Edward Tucker, a colored boy aged
about fifteen yean, was belore Judge
Bird yesterday on a charge of burglary.
On the trial it came out that on Thurs
day morning, between nine and eleven
o'clock, young Tucker entered the resi
dence of Mr. Sam Ullman, on Tenth
street, during the absence of Mrs. Ull
man, and stole a watch and several other
articles of jewelry. Tucker is said to
have acknowledged the thclt, and was
accordingly held In bonds of two hun
dred dollars. He could not give bail,
and was locked up in the couuty jail
Noue of the property w as recovered.
Last Sunday Henry Smith, a citizen
of Cairo, was here on a drunk, aud be
coming somewhat boisterous, and swell
ing with the citizen pride ot the Metrop
olis ot tiie great Southwest, he slopped
over more than was consistent with the
dignity and religicus feelings of a coun
try village, so Cast. Kettle, our efficient
city marshal, picked him up and slipped
him iu the jug. Monday morning he
was arraigned before 'Squire Carter and
given the optiou to git up and dust or
take Jim Drake's temperance lectures
for the next fifteen davs. He dusted, and
onght.to have been consoled with the
comforting reflection that a fool and his
money arc soon parted. PalaM Patriot.
And now the question arises: Who
the devil is Henry Smith.
"The state senate on Friday last
postponed Indefinitely the bill to consoli
date Pulaski and Alexander counties. It
was really a matter of very little conse
quence whether they did or they didn't,
for if the bill was passed our people
would have unanimously voted against
it ot the next election. Property own
ers in Alexauder countv may as well
set their own house to rights and go
on, tor the time Is ludetluitely post
poned when they shall have an oppor
tunity of extending their taxes
across the Cache. Now, alter taking
the second thought, we reckon they
won't mandamus the collector on the
personal tax." The above is (rem the
Pulaski PaO-iof of the 17th. We do not
believe the scheme for the consolidation of
the two counties originated with the peo
ple ol Alexander county ; but be this as
it may,of the fact that a good many of the
leading citizens of Pulaski county were
until a short time ago in favor of the pro
ject there can be no doubt. And the
Patriot man must not thinn that all the
people of Alexander county, or even a
majority ol them, were favorable to the
movement. Had the bill authorizing the
counties to vote on the "annexation"
scheme became a law, we firmly believe
a majority of tho voters ot this county
would have voted against It. Alexander
county has a big load to carry, but how
she could be benefitted by "absorbing"
Pulaski county within her boundaries It
not clear to us. We do not regret the
defeat of the bill.
For artistic rhotographi at a moderate
:ost call at Gustavo WetwlU Gallery.
To all who are suffering from the
errora and Indiscretion! of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss or man
hood, etc., I will aHjnd a recipe that will
cure you,' free of charge. Thla great
einedy was discovered by a mlsalonary
In South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev, Joseph T.
Inmau, Station D. Bible Monte, .New
York City. 1-30-Oh
A grocery store, stock and fixtures, lo
cated at Bird's Point, Missouri, will be
sold for $125. For particulars innuir
at F. Korsuuyr'a, Cairo, Ilia. 5-8-2w
A positive cure. Painless and stain
less. Price $1. Order from Dr. Quincy
A. Scott, 378 Penn ave., Pittsburg, Pa.,
or through any druggist. A liberal dis
count to dealers. Circular free.
rarta for Bent.
A line farm of 85 acres In Alexander
county ,on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Good dwelling, barn, well Ac.
on the place. Rent low to a good tenant.
M. J. IIowlev,
3t Real Estate Ag't.
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' aud gentle
mens' garments, No. 30 Eighth struct,
Cairo. Uentlemens' hats dyed and
cleaned and blocked in the latest style.
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove Impurities from all fabrics with
out Injury to the material. lm.
Oue Hundred Trimmed Ilata,
Mrs. S. Williamson has just received
one hundred trimmed hats, all of the
latest styles. Call and examine. No
trouble to show goods.
Wanted Two or three girls to learn
the millinery trade. Those who have
had some experience preferred. i w.
Jlr. W, C. Jorelru
Has received a
largeassortment ot artltlclal teeth, and is
prepared to supply all of hi patrons.
All branches ol dentistry perlormed In
the most durable manner. Call at once.
Office Eighth street between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illi
; Mrs. Spears has removed ber place ot
business from Seventh street to Com
mercial avenue, No. 118, In Winter's
block, when she will be pleased to wel
come her old customers and new ones.
She has a line assortment of new goods
Irom New York, consisting of ladies hats
of all patterns, flowers, leathers and all
kinds of goods In tho millinery line.
Ladles will do well to call and examine
belore bnylng elsewhere. She will be
leased to show goods at all times. Hats
bleached and trimmed to order: coloring
black or brown 4-22- lm
Uuse, Loomis & Co., dealers in north
em lake ice, have removed their office
trout tho corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee x the ice houses one door be
low the St Charles hotel, and are now
deliverinf ice in all parts of the city.
Those desiring the cold stuff will leave
their orders at the new office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
James Kavanacoh, Manager.
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 5-17-ltu
Tne Hew Town Hall at A yer.
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
nent as it is charming. The English
architects have adorned it In subdued
colors, which please without tiring the
eye. Dr. J. C. Aytr 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 gift, still the hearty good wishes ot
a whole people are of greater value, and
the generous donor has doubtless secured
lUem.Qivton (Maa$.) Journal. lm
Tobarru and Cifrra.
Merchants, grocers, and saloon-keepers
should not lorget that Messrs. Corlis &
Rankin, proprietors of the Prairie 3tate
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an establishment at the corner
of Slxtn street aud Ohio levee In this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
retail business In the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and most complete stock ol
obarco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are In
vited to call and examine their stock .
Have You a Cough ?
That dry, hacking cough is tho herald
ot approaching consumption. To check
the awitt progress of the destroyer,
prompt and decisive measures must be
resorted to. A dose ot Dr. Morris' Syr
up of Tar, Wild Cherry and Horebotind,
taken when the coughing spells come on,
will aflord immedinlo relief, and event
ually cflect a thorough cure. It will be
found equally beneficial in all tortus of
throat and lung disorders. In cases ol
croup It is of inestimable value. Call at
the drug store ot
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 Prot. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which never tails.
Pleasant to take, and requires no physic.
Price 25 cents.
The Debrla of the yatoiN
Must either pass through Its natural
channels of exit, the bowels, the kldueys
and the pores, or, In default thereof,
poison and disorder the fluids of the sys
tem. In order to effect the complete ex
pulsion of this dangerous refute, the
organs through which It passes off mint
be active and unobstructed. Fortunately
there Is a certain meant of rendering
them to when they are not. Hoststter'
Stomach Bitters stimulate the uutlou ol
the excretory organs, and by diffusing a
genial warmth through tho circulation,
encourage moderate perspiration. By
thla triple effect the exodut of the loecal
and other watte matter are encouraged,
and the system treed from peril would',
Otherwise Incur. The action of the
a. i- t-i-i. . .. .'' ...
Dowei which iouows me use ol nils
beneficent alterative t easy and anac
companled by griping, and Its stimula
tive enect upon tho urinary organs very
conducive to their local health. ' '
toller 1.11. '
The following Is a llstot letters ie
malnlng uncalled tor at the postofllce In
Cairo, Alexander county, III., Saturday,
May 10th, 1877:
Ladies. Alden, Muttle; Bownai;,Llz;
Bournes, Maliuda; Bland, Leanner;
Counvrs, Julia; Cornogllatio, Zitta;
Casey, Mary; Forman, Hannah; Felts,
Ella; Gallager, Anna; Uillands, Jennie;
Johnson, Hattle; Johnson, Sarah; Leper,
Sarah Jane; Massey, Mattie; Morcey,
Maggie; Mosher, Mary; Neff, Lizzie;
Polndexter, Matlle; Russell, Mary A;
Colurs, Rhoda; Ripley, Murgaret; Smith,
Sarah; Stone, Alice. Walker, Katie!
Williamson, Nlcle; Wadklns, Phe'je;
Oents.-Adey, Henry; Ballard, II F;
Brown, John; Brankel, Joseph; Brookt,
N B; Colurs, Ambros; Clark. Jell M;
Clonen, Jus; Cleland, John; Carl James:
Callahan, M C; Clay, Williamson; Cur
rle. Wm; Carter, S T; Dommet. G II;
uavis, Joseph; Horsey, John W;
Dawson, Perry; Edwards, Geotgle; Ev
ans, Jas W; Frey. Archie; Fry, Jack;
GilluBi, Chas; Gipsom, J C; Hull
S V :IIarklnson, Robt; Houghton, Wm
liarriugiuu, v x, muiuioton, capt w
B ; Lewis, C F ; Lycett. Chas.; Lee,
W ; Macre, Chas; Murphy, John;
Murphy, Richard: Merrison, W II; Orr,
L A; Powers, Jas; Petry, John; Robin
son; Rubry, Alfred; Ruttledge, Joseph;
Robinson, Thoi; Roundjree, Saral; Ran
kin, Wm; Simmons, Chas; Shelby, Henry;
Smith, M 9; Spollwood, Peter; Walker,
C J: Wright, Eddie; Waller, U U;
Theatrical letters Mellevllle, Rose;
LaMountaln, Ida; DeEste, Helen & Co.;
Heywoed, Wm; Crossen, Geo; Stock,
Persons calling for any of the above
letters will please say "advertised."
Geo. W, McKkaio, P. M
Wah OarAMTaa rr Hit an Raror, 1
May li, 177. (
T VI. It. IW.
Cairo . : 3 x J"
Pittaburg 8 54
CincinnaU 17 '.i g
LoaliTill .................. 8 3 l
Naahville 7 a 7
St. Louie . 23 .6 X 5
Evantville lu v X 7
Memphi 'in S X 4
Viekabury 41 0 u
New Orleans 4 1
Uelow blfc'h wati-r 1KN
JAMES WaI SON,
Sera-cant, SUrnal Service. " 8. A.
Mark These Facts
The Tettlmonr ef the Whole World.
' I kw am ....,,- . W - II - 1 1 1
- mvun , aiuiiuwa- x in fare ma
lull. ' I 1 1 a ui I I
' I tun,l ft.r M.tnlli tt.iv .. n.l .1 1 .l.
- - . . vva, ... mwy tuvu, iu ifjv
..v..y VW.Vt. M.f UVOMMaaV U1UI
iri.ll.llVnV ha. nit ku.l..kl 1 1....
. -j uur 01 jour x iijb iu wy uaue lor cuoi
era morbus. The dear little thine got Will iu
"My nausea or a morning i now cured "
Y..v !,.. i.t Halt. ...".
ol noise in the head, 1 tubbed aonie of your
Ointment bahind the ear, and the noise hut left."
ctuu un ,wu uoxeai 1 warn one lor a ioor
"I tuelate a dollar) your price l cent, but
the medicine to me is worth a dollar."
oeuu me nve uoxea 01 your nil."
"Ljt nw hits ttit-M. hn.ua M.r w.... f;n 1..
turn mail, for (-hills and fever."
I have over ucb testimonials nsth.se, but
want of apace compel me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders .
And all eruption of the akin, ,lhe ointment I
iiioiv uivaiuaiMe. 11 noes poi netti externally
alone, but penetrate, with the uioet learchinx
etleeti to Ui vetT root of the evil.
Inv.rU'ilyiir j tin following disfsiei
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases affecting these organ, whether
ther secrete too much o. too lime water- nr
Whether they be utllictKl wltb stoue or gravel , or
Willi ache and pain settled in the loins over the
sckiuub 01 uiv avtuuey, mete i'liis anouiu be la
keu according- o the priuted directum, and the
Oiatment ihould be well rubbed into the small ot
Uie back at bed time. Tbi truatment will give
aluioit Immediate relief when all other meant
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so eflectually improve the
tone 01' the stomach a these Pills; they remove
all acidity occasioned either by Intemperance r
improper diet. They reach the liver and wince
it to a healUiy action j the j are wonderfully efflca
ciou in cases of tpasiu in fact they never tall in
curtnu- all disorders o. the liver and atnniach.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS are the beat known In
the world for the followinn diseases 1 Aiua.
AsUiuia, IliUoui Complaint, Dlotchc on the
Miin, Howell, Consumption, Debility, Dropsy,
Dysentery, Erytlpelut, Female Irregularitlet
Fever ot all kinds, Fits, tiout. UeailanM, ladl-
a-esuon, innanimanon, Jaiir.uice, Liver com
plaint,. Lumbago, rile, Rheumatism, Reten
tion of urine, Scrofula or Kiog's Evil, Sore
inroait, moo anil uravel 'iic-iiouioiireiu,
Tumor, Ulcer, Worm of all kinds, H'aaknes
Irom an y cause, etc.
IMPORTANT CAUTION?" '
None an genuine nnleea the) ignatnre OT J.
llavdock. aa aa-eat tor the United Male, sur
rounds each box of l'llla, and Oiutmtnu A
haudsoine reward will be ariveu to anv one ren
dering inch Information aa may lead to Ui
detection of any party or parties counterfeiting
tht medicine or vending the saute, knowing
mem 10 oe spurious. . i
. Sold at the manufactory of Protestor nL
loway A Co. , Mtw York, and by all respectable
druggist and dealer iu median- throughout
the oiviliied world, la box at 26 cents, .t
cent and t each.
ty- There I coalderMe saving by Uklmj the
largerataea. . ... t .
IS. B.-Direction for the amidance of patient
In every diaorilcrare affixed to each box
Office, 11 a I iberty St., New York,
STRATT0N ft BIBD,
-And- .... . .,
Aamwrs AMMMioZit rovrDx oo
KT Ohio Ir0.
ASK YOUR TINNER
Or hardware dealal tjo tUt. 1. .
Vev Mr. ttahjk
Made only by U-4tandard afMufaotarlni
Oo. Wtioor 1. Evaryktitl tobjV $
out uwjwarraatod and guarantees. t a to aour.
bin any leatl.br araealc or aax UTLl(ruVDAa
fciatter whgnerrr wws-i
,ii,f KO ii M
r iuur, per way.
Room and Board, Sd Vloor .00 Tntkr
A limited number of venr deairable tamllf
rooma can be secured at reasonable rate tor the
Summer mouth. - , , , .
The st. Charlea I the trrflMVrit!Tht
td Uoiua In Southern, Illinois, and la lb Ifaaim
hotel In Cairo. Notrthtan4ttiir -tlrt-i"Il3
nova - reuueuon in pruta, in tame will, a
usual, be liberally prilled- with lbeYer-F;
of even-thina- Uiat can be found id market.
Mm larn lamrlr tnnlilaa i maall'n a.lli
elera, on ground floor, freeef cnerge.
Li-Aii uaFtaaaoiiruaati eaaveywatolMlMai
me uouu wiuiuui uiarge.
FITS EP1LESY - -
Permanently eured no humbug by one
month's usage of Dr. Goulard's Celebrat
ed Fit Powder, To convmcj' wHerein
that these powder will do all vsa.slahn for
ibem, we will send them by mail, post
paid, a tree trial box. A Dr. Goulard is
the only physician that baa ever made tbi
dieane a special study, and aa to our
knowledge .thousand iax ettsa perma
nently cured by the use of these powders,
we win gaarantea a pwmaeeaw. our ,10
very ease, or refund you all money ex
pended. All sufferers should avtwrtatwe
Powders an early trial, and be' convinced
of their enrktive power -
rnee, for large box, ;i, or 4 Dozes lor
10, lent by mall to any par) 'of United
States or Canada on receipt of price, or by
cxpre-s, C 0. 1). Address,.
ASH & BOBBINS,
. 200 Fulton bua. lirooJdyp. N, Y.
Art sufferers 'from Ihlf'dllttilrn'tf are
anxious to be eurM aouM rry X Iss
uer's Celebrated CoauapUe J'ewden.
These powder are the only.nrepjtration
known that win cure Consomdtfonlnd all
diseases of the thront airi lmt' Utteed,
to strong is our faith la tbam, - aa aiao to
convince you mat they are no humbug, we
will forward to -ever sufferer, b mall
postpaid, a free trial box.
We don't want youtnaoncy until yon are
perfectly satisfied ot their cuiaiiva oawer.
lr you life is worth Mviog,4i7 Way d
giving these powders a trial, as they wil
surely cure you. ;
rnee, tor large box, f l. tent to any part
of the United Stalest or iaoadA AOf kaail on
receipt of ptice. Address, . .
' ;- ASH b BOMUTtH
, 300 Fulton StteiU Brooklyn, M. Y.
1 .- n 'am .oaW"! ,MVJi
PAIKT A! elUi' la -
B. F. Blakb
- -. ' ' -ieealertla .i 1 4
rVall Paper, Wildow Ol4aip
dow Shades, &o.
A'wy on hand, tb eelebrateir illamlnafla
' '-v...;. t V.-J f ,w.a
, AUItOJU OLL. .
Corner Blawanth Street 4n4 Waahfnt-
it l ,;, ifnt.lt ,U4M
.- ., . '. vavil
US TFE CITY.
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Ju t .ilt
Goods Sold Very Coai.'rI
.' .t uuij ;ji ,t
. 1 1 ' i-f Jl..t , 1
Oornar 18th St. and CommerelaJ Aw .
. caiko. xunron;14."'
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Tk.t.aW l ! ltlv:t 'tjl
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,4 ji lf. UUtaU tfft,
.1 -ui ; t-.i.t ttJiir t'jtv
iOf Ta Y4.p.fj.a. n
Coffas- Saxar-tK-- Syrun
Goods Deirvered Promptly.
Can tow be purchfted right at home; It
It the most tucce ful preparation ever h
trodueed4u4r !. at works Hke a
charm in at! casts ceblmBptlon
rauln and arlier
Sf o a'eWoi Ui oaVrAUjitl-aiheiJldn
without MVUltaliiMuataaMlkf, yet there
are a good many rwWf, Suffering, skepttea- .,
penons going about our attests witk aim
pictou cougfc, atj tn voiia ol eonmmp
yowean go to PAUJU.ehub, druggltt.aud
get ample bottle lor 10 eeaU and try It
tltrao ttwaaa lvrilaW HiyttaH i.MatTSiar
lM) only 74 eeutt. eew.
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