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..URO BUSINESS HOUSES.
t. Any Imslnes firm can have liirullnv'
pice, in this coluwu under appropriate heading
liberate ol 1.6" pr mouth or il'i per year
I'ayauic quarterly in auvanca.
Hardware. Ntovea and Tlu Wore.
A. II ALLEY Dealer In Stovea, Tin and Hard
are, Uaidenand rarnvrs' Implement, Wire
jcoiU, Itcfrixerittora, Pumps and Ladders.
il Commercial Avenue. Uuitering, ami Jul)
Work done ou ahorluotice,
.1. S.McfiAHKY-Deulerfn hard and oft tiiiu
lir, Mooring, cedlug, siding and aiirfaced
luinlier, liith ami shingles: Offlce and yard
i uruer Twentieth street and Washington avenue1
LANCASTER ft 1UCK--Deletn In rah,
iloms, blinds, etc., hard and suit lumber and
Illicit-. Yard and oWle. Commercial avenue,
inner 17 III street.
I). II A KTM AN Dealer In Ourctisware, Toys,
l umps and all kind of fancy urtlcp. Cominer--ul
uveuue, corner nth street.
WII.MAM WISTEU-Sixth street between
Jiiiiiiiii'ri'.ialuvenue and Washington avenue.
I lollimif nm! Merc limit rulloiiiig.
IOIIN ASTIUM-Meroliiint Tailor and dnilir
in Id'udy Mude Clothing. iH iiluo Levee.
Kenl Kaiiitt) AgrlM-lca.
M. .1. HOWLKY-Kiul Kstate Agent. Buys
and 1 1 H real nutate, collects rem, puya turn
lor iioii-rinidenlH etc. CuiniiterciuJ uveuue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth Slieela.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St Louis & Chicago
Tho-only Road Running Two
Daily Trams from Cairo,
M CaBieUsB ihiiMenliiR
Trains Laive Cairo
2'M p.m. Kant hxprcMi, arriving In Si.
I.uiiih (v.'io p. ui.; (.hicugo, 7 ;::!, a.m.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS-
ViLLE FAST LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati P:30, a in.; Louis
ville, .'2.", a in ; Indimapolisi, 4.l.'i a.ui.;
'a-feUi TM by tliin train arrive at above
OF ANY OTHEB KOUTE.
1i'l p. m. Fast Vail with sleepers attach
.it. lor ST. LH I IS and CHICAGO,
airivin; In St. LouL at (IM a.m. . Chi
cago at 4 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Lilinghaio Ivr Cincinnati. Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
IV-inrer by thi lino go through to
the Last without uuy dulay caused by
il, SA IUKDAV AFTERNOON TRAIN
HidM ( AlRO AI1KIVKS IN NKW
YORK .MONOAY MoKNINU
AT 10- 0.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTIIKU HOl.'TK,
Advertisement", of rniupeiinr line that
tiny nuke better time than tlii one, are.
are Issued eitli i-r throiifh ignorance or a
desire to mislead t lie public.
I-or through ticket and Information,
M'ply at Illinois Central K. K. llepot, Cairo.
IHAINK ABMVa Al tAICO
txprem '-'i'"1 p in.
luil II'. a.m.
J AS. JOHNSON.
Onn'l Sotuhtrn Au't.
J. II. JOXES Tiikut Act.
UL. J. Hcwloy
Real Estate Agent.
H'lOM II "MTi:it'rt KI.'iCK,"
AltorJutK! 14 ajilc ccittnc of th
rooms near Fifth and Walnut stnvt-.
Cottage of four roonisjnn Fourth clrnd
iioar CimitiK'rriril uvuiiuc
Two ilwi'llitiffs on Crosii stm t, in :i ((
Twi story ilwcllin Imii-i' on I'upl.ir
nmr lilyliti'fiith sin ct ; in k,m"I onh r
iiwi-iliiig of mx rooiim on Twi-i.tii lli
.'Irri't, ra- t of W'alimt, $11.
invi iliiiKof ci'lit room1;, on; Vulnut,
i.'iir Fifth stri c t. Rent,
Two slori; rooms in Winter's IJIoek;
one Irnntiiij; on Seventti street and the
i Hi r on t'oinmerrial nvenne. Wontns
in eecoin: floor ol Wintef'j llloi'k.
I'eiu iiieiit XoJ .1 of Wintrr'.-t row il live
rofiiu Rent, 10.
Nice dwelling of six rooms on Cros
street, ill a dcMliilile neighborhood.
Wavi-rly hotel eluap t a jjood tenent.
Kxeellent two-story lionse on Twetity-
'i'litli street, cointortiilily nrranxeil.
Coltajli! on 1 Ith'street, hetween Wii-h-injrton
avenue and Walnut street.
Slorerootn and dwelling lately Mat
ron's Mine, store.
Two-story Iiiiii.su on l!tt h street, nl six
moms. Rent $10.
Storo room corner lSih street and
Two story house nortier lilh and Wal
nut streets. Rctit'iO.
Iteslrahlu rooms in various parts of the
illiiv iiliri to ioiiiik men li"IM
the i lli'cU ol' errors and uIhibch in
Vurlv life. iMiiulioodlteHtored. 1 1 1 1-
Kill men la to inurriHue ri'luuved.
.New lliethfiil til' IriiMliiielit. New
iiiiid reniHikillile remedial, ll'iokn
and rinriilara petit friw In neuleil
envidiHa. AdderhH HoWAiin As-
Hfll-IATIfiW .ll'l V Vlnll. m lOttlu-
iieipnia. ru. An HMItiitl'iii linv-
lulile couduul mid iiruleniiotuil
II H limn miiiifii if.n in. initi...
llwllnuny'ft I'ilU nnil Ointment.
Scrolulii was considered incur.ililn until
hu (friat discovery of 'Holloway'H l'illi
ami 0 uient" ihtsliud upon tlio world.
Dlhcascs which (milled the sldll ol the
mndlcal schools, rcudlly yield to thine peer
iesn remedleii. Suurvy, erysipelas, suit
rlieiim, Itch, and ull cutaneous eruptions
irti e.urahle hy thein. Twetity-ilvo cents
perliox or pot.
Morse, buggy i ImnicBH, ami acomplnto
outfit for the snmo. Th liorho, fivo
yearn old, buggy and linrnes nearly
new, all iorono hundred and II lly dollars.
Apply to N. V. Itncker, 70 Ohio leycc
SEOBET B OCTETTES
I I I'luikniKliUortlie alTe order meet
J at their hull the tint and third ilomlay
In avli iiiontn. Cuuiiuerciul avetuw, it tluur,
uuiliui oi Bite t, m o v ill
.lo.lH U. llOl.MIS, U. (j. II.
AflCALON LODGE, NO. M.
Knludito of Pvthlai. meeta averr Fri-
M duy night at hali-puat tavtin, in Odd-
enow' uau. nowi,
mu AIJCSANDKH I.OlJIJE, NO. M.
rgj. Iiideiwrnlent Order of Odd-lel.
Wft, Iowa, luueta every 'lliuTKlay night
mfr at iialf-nuil aeven. In their hail on
'omnien iul aveuiie. Iielwecn oixtnanj SeTcnto
'nils Will K. llAaama, H. U.
'"1AIKO KNCAill'MKM, I. 0. O. f.. nieeta
iin fxId-t'ellowH' Hall on the flrataud third
I in ailay in every rnouUi, at half-puat seven
A. Comwua. C P
ft CAIKOUUlih:. NO. An.A.r. 4A. M.
Hold regular eoiniuniiieatiuna in Ua
TK j-T M'.nii'. Hull, corm r Commercial avenue
' gin( Kiyhth litt, on the aecond and
'oiirth M indiiv ofeai'.b innnth.
KATKN OF AOVEB IhlNU.
rj"AII billa for advertising, -ire due and pay
able IN AUVAICCB
Tranaient wlvertlning will b inaeted at tb
rate of II W lr xiwre for the drat insertion
and 50 Mnta for each aulmequent one A liberal
iliiicount will be made on ttunding and dinpl
Kor Inaertini? funeral notice tl e Notice of
mu-tlii( of bocictii-d or aecret ordi ra m ntii for
Church, Society, K'vtmil and Hnpper notice
Will only be iueerted :m mlvirti: Klm tita
.o iidverliiieriient will be n-ceivel at leaa tlian
Hi rente, and no anviTtiinient will be inserted
for li no tlmn thn-e dollars tier luonth
MM tl, lltMMSI Min ts
Of one sijiiure (8 lines space) or more, in
setted in the Iti.'i.i.KTtN us follows : (Less
thun one siii:ire eotitiied ns asijuure.)
One inrrtlon iersfjuar $ M
Two insertions per square... 7.1
Three Insertions per sij'iurc 1 00
Six iiiertions per sipiare 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square.. 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or lor longer time,
TIkj managers ol the Uaby Kxposition
would most respectfully it.lorin the ei'!-
ens of Cairo that the grand entertain
ment will take place at
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
May22d and 23d, 1877.
lictwireti the hours ol One and Five each
Htternoon. The ehildreti will be divided
into live classes, viz :
Cl.i's A. Infuiit. ii months and under.
,. jj ., jo . .
t'. 2 years ' '
.. , . ;i . i
K. Twins under Oae yeur
Tin.' pri;ia:utB will consist ot Children's
liiiLies und fold coin. Kntrance he 25
cent", w bicli iucludes a pas for tlie inotlier
ailchild or uurre. '1 be entry lit is now
open at .luitire i,iri s oriiee, una at -ors.
Taylors and Mrs. Stuven-. i-ixtb St.
Lucil tveainer Kcxiri.
Caibj, In., Miy I1, 1K7T.
Ilui. JIah. I Tin. I Wi.nd. I Vel. I Wetii
T a in. :!'.' M j ii- I SKI II '-.clear
II :ll ' : '! !
..le. V '.'.' I
i;4'." I .'.ViT i M
F AMES WAT30.N,
ferk'cant. Slt'lial fervloe, I'. S. A
SUNDAY. MAY 20. I "77.
To all who are .Mill'ritig from the
errors and indi-i retions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
liiKid, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of iliatL'e. This gnat
i iiieiiy was discovered by a missionary
;n South America, Send a self-ad-iliesscd
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
IniiiMt), Station l. Rible House, New
rk ( it v. l-oO-Oin
rieliire mill llriii kels.
K. ('. Ford has removed hiss Variety
liiiu ket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
largo stock ol brackets, shelves, frames,
ehroiuos, picture eord and tassels, cur
tain tassels lauey nail", hat racks, etc.
Picture training made a speciality
Chromos mounted in fie cheapest and
rrosslii Ihp Ocaert
Is getieriilly an eveiitlul episode in life;
whether it lie as pilgrim In worship the
prophet's shrine at Mecca, or as a part o
a caravan ot merchants. Tha dangers of
the destructive simoon, attacks ol preda
tory robbers and the agony of dying
Irom thirst are dissipated on reaching
one of those gardens ot the deue't, an
oasis. Fat-taking of that which recuper
ates, they meet their future dillieultles
with recruited strength and renewed en
ergies. So with modern life, dangers
from disease threaten ull Immunity, but
it wo make use of a remedy which allevi
ates accutn attacks of sickness, thus pre
venting their becoming chronie, we shall
realize that necessary and refreshment In
traveling lile's desert which has been dis
covered In the Homu Stomach Bittrrs.
The Ikebria or liie Myntciii
Must either pass through its natural
channels of exit, the bowels, the kidneys
and the pores, or, In delimit thereof,
poison and disorder the llulds of the sys
tem. In order to ell'ect the complete ex
pulsion of this dangerous refuse, the
organs through which It passes off must
be active and unobstructed. Fortunately
thero is a certain means of rendering
them so when they are not. itoutetter'H
Stomach Bitters stimulate t.hu action ot
the excretory organs, and by dill'using a
genial wnrvfiWi vtnvig!i the circulation,
encourage moderate perspiration. Ny
this triple ell'ect the exodus of the loccul
mid other wnsto mutters tiro encouraged,
and the system treed from peril It would
otherwise incur. The action of the
bowels which follows the use ol this
hcnellecnt alteratlvo Is easy and unac
companied by griping, and ltd ttltnula
tlvo ellect upon tho urinary orgnns vory
conducive to their local health.
LOCAL POCKET PIECES.
-The wcuthtr Is hot. This assertion
will be news to our readers. .
For sale, cheap, one ticket to New
Orleans and return. Address "Ticket,"
Rev. Mr. Glllbam will conduct ser
vices in the Methodist church at the
usual Lours to-day, and this evening.
Ilck Fitgerald has opened a saloon
In his new building opposite tho court
bouse, where he will be pleased to meet
Ids friends and acquaintances. ,
The Alexander county circuit court
will convene to-morrow, Monday, morn
ing. The terra will probably last three
or lour weeks.
.fudge RrosB will convene probate
court at the usual hour to-morrow
morning. There will be considerable
business to transact this term.
The Presbyterian Sunday School
picnie yesterday was a very pleasant at
lulr, and was well attended. The train
returned at about 5:30 o'clock.
Fred k'oebler has rented the build
ing on Washington avenue next door to
Trigg's grocery store, and will move his
meat market Into it in a few days. This
Is one ol the best stands in the city.
- -J udge llross is getting the records of
Ids police court in ahupe, to be turned
over to Mr. Coinings, who under the law
is the proper ollicer to receive them.
The records, papers, etc., are numerous,
a cart lull or more or Jess,
Upwards of a hundred per.-ons
boarded the steamer Idlewild last even
ing to go on the excursion to Columbu.-.
Kentucky. The trip was a pleasant one,
and was enjoyed by nil win were on the
boat, and particularly by the young peo
ple. .Mrs. (Jallney has removed to her
house on Division street, in the
court house square, where she is
prepared to accommodate a limited num
ber ol boarders. Mrs. Ouflney keeps a
good house, and boarders will find lirst
class accommodations. hv.
The steamship Scythia arrived at
(Jueeiistowii, England, In safety at 4
o'clock Friday afternoon. This is the
vessel on which Mrs, W. I', Jlalliduy
sailed, and her many iriends in Cairo
will be glad to hear cf her safe
at rival on the other side ol the Atlantic.
Mrs. Hiilllday is well and enjoying
Iiet evening a dog belonging to a
gentleman living on F.ighth street crea
te tonsideraMe commotion among the
near neighbors of his owner. His actions
were very strange, and it was believed
by those w ho saw him that he was sufler-
lug from hydrophobia. What dlspol
tion was made ot him we did not learn.
On the second page of this issue of
the IIl-i.lf.tix we publish a lengthy let
ter Irom Miss Emma Livingstone to her
father. Miss Livingston is now on a
visit to her sister in Florida, and her let
ter, inscriptive of a trip up the St. John's
river, will he, read with interest. It Is a
good letter and excellently written.
The colored baby show promises to
be a bigger uilair thau was at tlrt sup
posed. Tho number of babies to be ex
hibited already numbers about fifty, and
by Tuesday it is expected that at least
one hundred will have been entered.
The show takes place at Seheels' Wash
ington ball on Tuesday and Wednesday
To-day being Whit Sunday, there
will be services appropriate to the day at
tlie f.piscopal church. At the morning
services the Rev. Mr. Dillon-Lee will
preach upon "The Relation of the Holy
Spirit to the Will.'' Tlie subject of the
sermon at tim evening service w 111 be
"The Imrial ol Moses." Hours of ser
vices II a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday
school nt H:30 a.m.
The liaptists ol Cairo should not for
get the meeting to be held at tlie Chris- J
tiau church on Eighteenth street to-day
at, die usual hour of service. We u nder
staud the meeting is called for the pur
pose ol consultation with the view ot
organizing a Ranti.st church in this city.
It is hoped every ISaptist in tlie city will
We invite the attention of tlie rend
ers to tlie programme ot exercises for the
entert iinnient to take place at tlie St.
diaries hotel on Tuesday evening next,
lor the benefit of the Cairo public
library. 'The programme is an excellent
one, and the array of names of the ladies
ind gentlemen who are to take part in it
Is of itself a sulllcient guarantee that tlie
entertainment will be well worth attend
ing. The object ot the entertainment is
a worthy one, and should induce all
those who can to attend.
Mr. Ed. Itraxton, that chief of ton
sorial artists, has taken charge of the
shop ou Eighth street, owned by the late
Daniel Lampert. Ed. Braxton is one of
the best barbers in the stats, as well a3 a
gentleman In his Intercourse with his
patrons, lie was one of the sullcrers in
the late lire at the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly, lie Is now trying to build up again,
and wo bespeak lor him a fair share ot
patronage, lie deserves it. tf
Refrigerators, the very best, at A.
Halley's, 115 Commercial avunue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' im
plements, plows, corn planters and shelt
ers, stilkey rakes, and a general stock of
stoves, tin and hardware, liower stands,
both wlro and wood, (lower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging baskets ot all
kinds ; tho largest variety ot bird cages
In the city and will be sold very low at
A. Halley's, 113 Commercial avenue.
Tho strawberry festival to be given
by tho ladles of the Episcopal church
Thursiay evening, May 24th, will be it
grand affair. There will bo a splendid
supper served at nix o'clock. Chicago
co cream and luscious strawberries wll,
lie .ileutiful. An Oriental fruit bazaar
with lemonade well attached, served by
young ladies In iancy costume, will be
one of tho attractions. One ot too most
important features of the festival will be
a handsomo slllc quilt, which vill be
awarded by voto to one of tho folIw!iig
popular young ladles: Misses Annie
Pitcher. Add UnHWay, Eruma.illley,
Cora Stratton, Carrie ,1'ngle., Fraukie
Tuesday Morning. 10 o'clock, May
100,000 Without Reserve.
tf Wixtkb&Stewakt, Auctioneer.
Mitch Schutes, tho colored man ar
cstcd by Ofllccr Gladney on Friday even
Ing for being drunk and disorderly, was
before Jm'go Bird yesterday, and wag
fined five dollars on the charge of drunk
enness, and a like sum on the charge of
disorderly conduct. Being unable to
pay the Hues, in all ten dollars and costs,
he w as sent to the lock-up for thirteen
The Ohio river is tailing again at
thispluce. The decline yesterday was
five Inches. At Cincinnati tho fall was
two feet seven inches and at Evatisville
five teet six Inches. At Louisville the
(all was two Inches. The Mississippi
is rising rapidly at St. Louis, the swell
yesterday being one toot seven Indies.
S Mr. Albert U. Livings and Miss Liz
zie L. Smith, will be united In marriage
at the Methodist church this evening.
Ttie marriage ceremony will be perform
ed by .Mr. (iillham immediately after the
sermon. The Iriends and acquaintance
ot the bride and groom are invited to be
I lie man and woman who disap
peared from this city so mysteriously on
Monday last, returned on Saturday
morning, when the man, Mr. J. W. Wal
ker, was arrested and the Iriends of the
young lady notified of the fact. They
came to the city, and Walker was taken
in charge by a Pulaski county ollicer, and
was taken to Mound City for trial. The
young lady was in tlie city the greater
part of tlie day and returned to Mound
City with her parents In the evening.
For the present, and until tho trial,
which we understand, will take place
at Mound City to-morrow, we
refrain from making any further
statement concerning this matter. On
the trial it is to be supposed full particu
lars of the afluir will come out, and we
shall then give them to our readers.
All readers of the Bulletin reraera
bcr the Indian Oil man, Dr. Fritz, who
was here a year or more ago and bad
such wondertul success, not only In Cairo,
but in neighboring towns, in introducing
aud selling bis noted remedy, "Indian
Oil," to the great satisfaction of all pur
chasers, and especially to the atllicted
who gave it a trial. Before leaving the
city, its virtues had been so lar tested as
to jtntily the iiiterprisiug linn of Bar
clay Brothers In purchasing of the doctor
the exclusive right to manufacture and
sell it. Since that time they have had
largo and continually Increasing sales-
each bottle sold doing its own advertis
ing and bringing other customers. On
July 4th, 1878, the proprietors adopted
the name Aboriginal Indian OU, putting
it up In larger bottles and iu neat and
handsome style. Tlie sale and use of the
article steadily continues to increase, and
within the past week Barclay Brothers
have filled a number of wholesale orders
(rorn parties in Mississippi, Arkansas and
Missouri. As the Aboriginal Indian Oil
has grown Into Popular favor and
become an important household remedy,
of course the public will and should be
guarded against bogus articles claiming to
be the game, and thrown upon tlie mar
ket by ijuaeki aud their accomplief.s, who
desire to nuke mo'iey by the sale of the
lalso instead of tlie true Jto unsuspect
ing customers. Call therefore for the
Aboriginal Indian Oil, and take nono
other. It is sold by all reliable Apothe
caries and Drugg'sts in this citv and
10 o'clock A. SI., Tuesday. May 22, 177
WINTER A STEW ART,
No. Ill Comuercial Avenue,
Furniture ol all kinds, consisting of lull
chamber sets, extension tables, chairs,
t ibles, bureaus, sUnds, safes, etc. 2t
For artistic Photographs at a moderate
rost cull at Gusiave Wetell s Gallery.
I or Hale,
A grocery store, stock nnd fixtures, lo
cated at Bird's Point, Missouri, will be
sold for $125. For particulars lnquir
at F. horsmeyr's, Cairo, Ills. 5-8 2 w
Farm for Kent.
A line farm of 85 acres in Alexander
county ,on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Good dw .ling, barn, well, Ac.
on the place. Rent low to a good tenant.
M. J. IIOWLEY,
3t Real Estate Ag't.
A nositivo cure. Painless and Rtain-
less. Price $1. Order from Dr. Quincy
A. Scott. 2i Penn ave Pittsbiirr. Pa..
or through any druggist, a liberal dis
count to dealers. Circular free.
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 luun
Jry establishments in the city, und land
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
and it to their advantage to call npou
Has received a
binroassortmeiit ot artificial teeth, and Is
prepared to supply all of his patrons.
All branches of dentistry performed In
tho most durable manner. Call at once.
Ollice Eighth street between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illinois.
W. C. AKD I. L. A.
Prog raiuiaa of late tnterUiiimeut for
bo HnueMlof me Uairu ultlp 5,j.
krarjr, Iw lake PI nt the Hi.
"( harlea Hotel iMeatlny Kucnliut.
The following; is the programme of ex-
c rolse of the entertainment to be given at
the St. Charles hotel on Tuesday even
ing next, May22d, for the benefit ot the
Cairo public library
Solo The Trumpeter Speyer
Mr. P. O. Sou u.
leading 1th Act, Merchant of Venice,
"irenchman and Flea Powder."
Rkv. M. R. Dillon-Lkk,
Duet "Holy Mother, Guide Ills Foot-
Mas. Wit, Winter and Miss Anme
Reading "Nothing to Wear."
Rev. Mr. Dii.i.o.n-Lek.
Solo Scotch Ballad
Mas. D. Axtei..
Reading "Charge ot the Light Brigade."
Rkv. Mr. Dillon-Lk.k.
Quartette-"The Wood-Bird" F. Abt
Mas. D. AXEF.l., JIlSS ASNIU I'lfCllliR,
Mr. P. O. Scum and Mr.
O. W. Strode.
Admission 25 cents
V . Hhetloy,
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
mens' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Centlcmens' bats dyed aud
cleaned and blocked In the latest style.
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove Impurities from nil fabrics with
out Injury tothe material. lm.
A house on Division street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to W. It. K.UITH.
One Ilnnilreil Trimmed Hal.
Mrs. 5. Williamson has Just received
one hundred trimmed huts, all of the
latest styles. Call and examine. Xo
trouble to show goods.
Wanted Two or three girls to learn
the millinery trade. Those who have
had soruo e xperlence preferred. 1 w.
I Mrs. Spears has removed her place ot
business from Seventh street to Com
mercial avenue, No. IIS, in Winter's
block, where she will be pleased to wel
come her old customers and new ones.
She has a fine assortment of new goods
Irom New Y'ork, consisting ol ladies hats
ofall patterns, llowers, feathers and all
kinds of goods In the millinery line.
Ladies will do well to call and examine
before buying elsewhere. She will be
leased to show goods at all times. Hats
bleached and trimmed to order: coloring
black or brown 4-22- lm
Huse, Lootuis & Co., dealer iu north
cm lake ice, have removed their ollice
irom the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering Ice In all parts of the city.
Those desiring the cold stuff will leave
their orders at the new oflico, wiiere they
will receive prompt attention.
James Kavanalou, Manager.
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 5-17-lm
The New Towu flail nt Ayer.
This elegant structure Is now complete.
In beauty of design It surpnsses anything
ol its kind in the state. Constructed ol
brick and dark marble it is as pcrma
neu: as It is charming. Tlie Kuijli.-li
architects have adorned it in subdued
colors, which please without tiring tlie
eye. Dr. J. C. Ayer built and gave it to
the town in acknowledgment ol' the dis
tinction they conferred upon Mm in tak
ing his name. Allhutigh it is a gener
ous gift, still the hearty good wishes ol
a whole people ore of greater value, ami
the generous donor has doubtless secured
them. Qrulon (Mu.u.) Journal. lm
Tolmeeo ami TiKPra.
Slerchants.groccrs, nnd saloon keepers
should not forget that Messrs. CorlU ct
Rankin, proprietors of the Prairie Slate
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estanllshment at the corner
of Sixtu street and 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 ot
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, ami are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at (he
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock .
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That dry. hacking cough is the herald
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the swltt progress of the destroyer,
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up of Tar, V ild Cherry and Horehomd,
taken when the coughing spells come on,
will alloru immediate relief, und event
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