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.MlRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Vote.--Any buainee Arm ran lutre three Hoe
(., In Mile column under appropriate beading
.ttherato of ai.ou r month or IU per year
peyauie quarterly in euvauce.
Hardware. IMvm al Tim War.
A. HAl,I.KYtoaler In Stoves, Tin and Hard
ware, Uaidenand fanners' Implements, Wire
.oods, Ken-tgeratofa, Tump and fodder.
H i ikiBiuenul Avenue. Guttering, and Job
W ark done no abort nolle.
.1. S.MciiAIIKY-OeaJerln hard and softliuu
lr, tioorisrg, ceiling, aiding and surfaced
I tun Iter, lath and shingles, offloe mid yard
rorncr Twentieth atrect aad Washington avenue
LANCASTER A KICK-Dealers in Mh.
ilixjm, bliads, etc., hard und oft lumber aud
hlnglee. Yard and olllot, Commercial avenue,
vjrncr 17tb street.
I. II AKTM AX (taller la Queensware, Toy,
Tami aud ill klnda of fancy articp. Cuiiuoer
: a! avenue, corner Mb street.
WILLIAM WINTEK-ixth etreet between
.umuicrclal avenue aud W eahington avenue.
IJuthiDK nuil 31 r reliant lallorliieT-
JOHN ANTUIM -Merchant Tailor and dealer
In Ueady Mode Clothing. ib Ohio Levee.
Beat Katate Agenrlea.
II. J. HOWLEYIbl L.tete Agent. Buys
and telle real estate, collects rents, naya Iiiix
lor non-resident ew. Commercial avnue, be
tween Ninth and lentb en-ecU.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
tinci talis. r;;-E:;i:;sli::;
Trains Leive Cairo
1:10 p.m. Fast r.Xpress, arriving in Hi.
Louis 8;Wp m ; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CINCINNATI Si LOUI3-
V.LLE VAtiT LIKE
Arriving n Cincinnati 8:), am.; Louls-
vtlle, 8 '2am ', Indl tnapolia, 4.1!k a.m.:
i'u'enger by Ihia train arrive at above
OF AST OTHER ROUTE.
IriJO p. in. Kant Mad with sleeper attach
id. lor HI'. LOUIS ami CHICAGO,
arriving In St. Loul at H::iO a.m. Chi
cago at 1.30 p.m. Connecting a'. (Klin
or Krrlngbara tor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
Passengers by tliia line po through to
the Kat without any delay caused by
rhe.SATUKDAY AFTKKNOON TKA1N
I HOM CAIRO AR'UVKS IN NhW
YORK MONDAY MUKM.VU
AT 10- V
36 HOURS IN
OK ANY OTHER UUl'TK.
Advertisement of competing 11 n that
tbey m ke better tme than tbia one, are
are issued either through li.orancc or n
desire to mislead the public,
ror through tiekets ami information,
pply at llllnola Central H. K. Depot, Cairo,
laai.ie amt Ar camoi
1:fl p m.
J AS. IOHNSON,
Oen'l Southern Apt.
,1. II. JONKS, Ticket Aj?t.
ll'Jv ini-l U i'lii. men lrjiu
the efliru "I trrnr. and atuaca lu!
'rarlvlife. Manli'iwl Kestoiwt. Illi-:Q
nedliueuu to marrinfte rrmovnl.
Sew n rtli'ul uf trmtiuvut. New
jaud rireulara nt free In Malfl W
t utiu!. tin N. Ninth . 1'hila-pq
flvlnliiM Pu. An intllulldn hav-
jable eoud'ict and irofesviiitial:
For nrtistlc l'hotojrilis at a moderate
ys? cull tit (Jiintave Wet ell s fiallorv.
Horc, buyjy , lmni"s. tiinl u complete
outfit fr tin; fciinip. The liorte, live
yearn old, bujrjfy ami harness nearly
new, all lor one bunilred an J lifty dollars.
Apply to N. W. Hacker, 70 Ohio levee.
IlolloWHy'a Villa nn.i Olnliiienl .
Scroluh was conaldercd ineurnble until
he (treat discovery of 'Holloway'a I'lll
aud 0 nient" Hiinbed upon the world.
Dieaea wbiuh bullied the Kk 111 ol the
medical f chool, readily yield to these peer
lent reinediea. Keurvy, eryaipelua, suit
rheum, Itch, and all cutaneous eruption1)
are eurahle by them. Twenty-live ee nt
per box or pot.
The New Tonu Hull nt Ayer.
This elepant structure ia uow romplete.
In beauty of acsipu It surpasses anyihiii)
ol Its kind In the state. Constructed of
brlcU and dark marble ll is as perma
nen as It is charming. Thn English
. architects have adorned it in subdued
colors, which please without tiring the
eye. Dr. J. C. Aj r built and jruve It to
the town In acknowledgment of the dis
tinction they conferred upon him in tak
ing bis name. Although it is pener
ou gilt, still the hearty good wUhes ot
a whole people ore of greater value, and
the xenerous donor has doubtless secured
them. Oroton (.Vo..) Journal. 1m
Tubnero aud riser.
Merchants,grocers, and saloon-keepers
should not toret that Messrs. Corlls &
Rankin, proprietors of the, Prairli) State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an csfaollshuient at the corner
ofSlxtu street and Uhio leveo in this
city whe'rethey wtl. do a wholesalo nud
retail business In tho tobacco and cigar
Hue. They have on hand tho largest
and most complete stock ot
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of tho trade at tho
lowest living prices. Dealers nro in
vited to call and examine their stock.
Dyor and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
mens' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentlcmens' huts dyed and
cleaned and blocked In the latest style.
. Chemical soap on band, warranted to
remove Impurities from all fabrics with
nt Injury to the material. ' lm.
Il The kniihta or tbe above order weet
at Uielr hall the 8nt and third Monday
In eaui month. Commercial avenue, lid door
auulb of litb aire!, at p.m.
Joum I). Uoixiut, (J. (J. M.
A8CALON LODGH, KU. SI.
KniKbtnof Pytbiaa, ineeta every rri-
niKoi ai uaiiaut. avvvu , in uu.
w' Hall. nowa,
C banixllor Couuuander.
OAI.KXANDKH LODGE, NO. 244.
Independent Onler of Odd-fel.
Iowa, meru every Tbunday night
at half-paat aeven, in their nail on
Jouuurreial aveiiur. but ween Hixth ani Herentb
rn Will K. IUm, K. U.
1AIKO r .NCAMHMKNT, I O. O. r.,n.oetl
iln O'M-rVllowa' Hall on the flratand third
l uewiuy in every woutu, at half-paat aeven
A. Cowman, C r
A CAIKOLOt)7;K. NO. 7.A.r-. A. M,
TA, Hi,M n-ifular coruniuniuatlona in Ma
XJT funic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' and Klghth afreet, on the aioond and
'otirtli Monday of each month .
ItATK.t Or AUTEBIMIXO.
' rJ-All btlla for advertiamj, are due and pay
able in AJWA.fca;
Tranaient advcrtialng will U inserted at the
rate of 11 W periuare lor the drat Inai-rtlon
unit AO rnta for euch aub.euuent one A liberal
diacount will be auade ou atanding aoddid
Vn9 inyitinif r,lni.Vfit nitlli'.. 11 t0 Nnllt'V of
minting of aocietlea or avcret or lera '"' centa for
Church, Society, Fentivul and bupptr n'lticel
Will only be inaerted aa adtertiaeuienU
No advertisement will be received at leaa than
60 centii, and no anvertiaeuieiit will be inserted
for leaa than three dollar, per month
LOCAL lit NISI " SOK E
01' one square (rf lines space) nr more, in
serted in the Bci.lktin as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square - $ W
Two Insertions per square.- 7o
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square - 2 BO
One month per square- 3 50
special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
l,oral WMiti.r K-iori
Calbo. III.. May 23, .r...
I Ma7 Tii. I Winn. I Vl. I WitiF
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Hergeant. Siguil Service. I'. H. A .
TIILKSDAY, MAY 24. lh"7.
Mr W. C. Joeelyn
J las leceived a
largeaortment ol artltlclal teeth, and is
prepared to supply all of hi patrons.
All branches ol dentistry penornv d in
the most durable manner, fail at once.
Office Eighth street between Washing
ton and Commercial avenue', Cairo, II II-
To all who are suffering ffiu the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ncr
vohs weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe tbat will
cure yon, free of charire. This great
uucily w as discovered by a missionary
:n South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Itev. Joseph T.
luman, Station D. Ulble House, ew
rk it v. l-'MMm
'ruelnj toe Deaort
Is generally an eventful episode iu life;
whether it be as pilgrim to worhlp the
prophet's shrine at Mecca, or as a purt o!
a caravan ol merchants. Thj dangers of
the destructive simoon, attacks ol pnda
tory robbers and the ugony of dying
from thii-bt are dissipated ou reaching
one of thoe gardens ot the dese't, nil
oasis. Partaking of that which recuper
ates, they m;et their future difficulties
with recruited strength and renewed en
ergies. So with modern lite, dangers
from disease threaten all humanity, but
it wc make use of a remedy w hich allevi
ates accute attacks of sickness, thus pre
venting their becoming chronic, we shall
realize that necessary and refreshment in
traveling liie's desert which has lieen dis
covered lu tho Home Stomach Hitters.
The nebri nt Ihe M'alem
.Must either pass through its natural
channels of exit, the bowels, the kidneys
and the pores, nr, In default thereof,
poison and disorder the fluids of the sys
tem. In order to effect the 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 tin y are not. flostetter's
Stomach Hitters stimulate the action ol
the excretory organs, and by diffusing a
genlsl warmth througii the circulation,
encourage moderate perspiration. By
this triple effect the exodus of the loecal
and other waste matters are encouraged,
and the system freed from peril it would
otherwise incur. The action ot the
bowels which follows the useo this
beneficent alterative is easy and unac
companied by griping, and its stlninla
tlve effect upon tho urinary orgiins very
conducive to their local health.
Have Ton a t'OMgli T
That dry, hacking cough Is the herald
of approaching consumption. To check
the swllt progress of tho destroyer,
prompt and decisive measures must be
resorted to. A dose of Dr. Morris' Syr
op of Tar, Wild Cherry and Horchound,
taken when the coughing spells como on,
will afford immedlulo relief, und event
ually cflect a thorough cure. It wilt be
louml equally beneficial In nil forms of
throat and lung disorders. In cases of
croup it is of Inestimable value. Call at
the drug store ol
and inquire about It. They will furnish
you with a trial size bottle for 10 cents,
Large sizes CO 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 28 cents.
K Beansinil Greva.
The uojt beantlfol grove within fifty
miles of Cairo Is the spot selected by the
Cairo Turners for their plcnlo to take
place next Sunday. it
The colored Hunday schools of Cairo
will give a union picnic at lodge's Park,
on the Cairo and St. Louis railroad, some
time during the first week In June. T he
arrangements are now being made.
The business men of Cairo are re
minded that the regulai weekly sale at
the Farmers' tobacco warehouse will
take place to-day at ten o'clock. The
breake will be a large one, and borne of
the tobacco of excellent quality.
I be Tamer Picnic.
The Cairo Turners will give a picnio
in the grove at the Junction ol Cacho and
the Ohio river, on Sunday next. A
special train will run between Cairo and
the picnic grounds, uiakiug tbreo trips
during tho day. It
'1 hoiu who desire to enend a dav in
- - .
the cool bhado ol the beautiful grove
near the Cairo and Vincennes railroad
bridge over Cache river, should at
tend the Turner picnic next Sunday.
1 he Turogemelode.
The trains to convey those desiring
to attend the Cairo Turngemeinde pl
nic on Sunday next, will leave the Cairo
and Vincennes railroad pnscnger depot
at 8:30 a. m,, and 1 and 2 o'clock p. in.,
stopping at Sixth, Eighth, Fourteenth
and Twentieth streets. The urufs bund
will play a tunc at eich stopping place
to give notic to those desiring to at
tend to be on hand. 4.
Tlte Colored Baby show.
The colored baby show wound up yes
day afternoon. The colored people were
out in force, and when the prices were
awarded there Was no little excitement
among the mothers whose children did
not come in lor any ol them. The prizes
were awarded as follows :
Class A tiurumie Bedford ; baby wa
gon. Class B Peter Young ; baby wngon .
Class C Julia Fogfcett; five dollars in
(lasD Johu Tyler; five dollars, iu
la the circuit court yesteMay Wm
Davis and Kobt. Easley and Henry
Allen, the lormerhdicted for playingjthe
confidence game, and the two latter tor
robbeiy, were brought before the bar,
and plead not guilty to the charge
against them. The court appointed 11.
II. Black to defend the lormer ; and
Messrs. Mulkey, Linegar & Lansden ap
pear for Allen and Easley. The lawyers
are still hammering away on the plead
ings in the celebrated bond cases, prepar
atory to gclng into trial. The court will
probably get down to bard work to-day.
The grand jury Is still in sesslou, and a
number of indictments were retnrr.cd
Vote Early, Vole often, for the Bilk
H OIK s
Mr. 'V. Hytdop, Mr. Henry Elliott and
Mr. II. II. Cundee have kindly consented
to act as judges and take charge of the
votes for the handsome silk quilt to be
awarded at the Episcopal festival this
evening to the young lady who shall ru
ceive the greatest number of votes. The
votes will be sold nt 10c each. The polls
will be open at 0 o'clock a. m. aud close
at 11 o'clock to-ni(ibt. Any person de
siring to vote during the day can de
posit votes aud money with either of the
above named gentlemen until C o'clock,
when the polls will be opened at the fes
tival room on Tenth street.
lion, John Cowden, of Tennessee, was
iu the city yesterday on his way South
from St. Lauis. Mr. Cowden Is well
known In river and commercial circles
us an earnest aJvo:alc of the improve
ment of the lower Mississippi. He is not
an advocate ol the Lads jetties however,
but he believes in the Baratarla cnal
project. Ho will visit Cairo again in the
course of three or tour weeks, when he
proposes to lay his plans before our
people in a proper manner.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodward and
daughter Tenie, and Mrs. D. T Parker,
left the city yesterday lor Hot Springs
Arkansas, where they will spend several
Among the attorneys In attend
ance on circuit court we notice Tlio. G.
Allen, of St. Louis; J. Corning Judd.
Chicago ; Mr. Searles, attorney for the
Cairo aud St. Louis railroad company;
Jackson Frlck ami Mr. Nemo, of Union
county. All the gentlemen named are
engaged in th bond cases to be tried at
this term of the court. Judge Mulkey,
D. T. Linegar, W. B. and M. F. Gilbert,
H. 11. Black and George Hendricks of
our home attorneys, were In court yes
For some time past a number of hull'
grown white boys have been In the habit
of loatltig abont the Thirteenth street
school bouse In the night time, and on
several occasions have taken It Into their
heads to ring the bell. They have been
guilty of numerous outrages, and have
put the janitor to a good deal ol trouble
to straighten matters up alter their de
parture. This sort ot conduct will not
do, and unless the boys who have been
guilty of it desist, tho officers will bo re-
Quested to attend to them. They are all
known, and had better be more cnrelul In
Pictures and Hraciteti.
E. C. Furd has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened ft
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
chromos, 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
police Cobrt Jetunp,
Yesterday was lively day to Judge
Blrd'a police court. The polce man
aged to gather In no less thai nine of
fenders during the night previous, and
the r were all brought tip to je Judged
The first case called was that of Sarah
Williams. Sarah is an old ofhnder, and
has spent much of her time of late In tho
"Mr. Officer," suid Judge Blnl, "what
Is the charge against Sarah Wil
liams?" Tiie officer bawled out "d uuk and
"Sirah," said his honor, "you are
back again ou the same old-"
"Plase, Judge, I am u loae woman
and 11 you will let me oil this time "
"Never mind, Sarah. I have heard
that same story before. Thirtecu days
in the calaboose will give you air pie
time to sober up, aud then you can leave
the city if you wish to, and may the
Lord be with you."
6rah said something aboit "that
black rascal," and went over.
Ou Monday last Cbarllo Johnson,
colored, was fined ten dollars on a charge
ot drunkenness. lie promised to leave
town, and was given two hours to do it
In. Buthedidu'tgo; aud iu less thau
twenty.fo .r hours was loutgl on the
street drunker than ever. He was taken
before his honor, who seut him lo labor
on tbc streets for t wenry-als days.
Frank Gray filled up on bad whisky
and started out to hunt up a tight. '1 lie
Ilrst persons he ran across were a ciuple
ot police, and they waltzed him Into the
lock-up. In one ot his pockets was
found a pistol, and in another a bottle ot
whisky. There Is little difference be
tween the whisky and pUioI ; either
would kill at forty yards. His honor
pave Mr. Gray twenty-eight days.
Jim Cassady Is a bad eitlzeu, and ol
late has piwu the police considerable
trouble. Officers Cain and Sarg nt took
him in on Tuesday evening on a charge
of vagrancy, la one of his pockets was
found a piece ol candle and a box ol
matches. This was suspicious and led
the officers to believe that Cassady was
in the house breaking business. A fine
of twenty-five dollara aud costs was
assessed against him, and ou condition
that he leave town within two hours, he
was given a stay.
Albert Johnson, who has spent at
least Ave out ot the last six months in
working on the streets, was picked up
on Monday night on Comrueicial avenue
in a beauty state of drunkenness. He
was not so drunk but tbat be knew what
the officers were going to do with bun,
and he made it lively for them. He was
fined ten dollars on the charge of drunk'
eness und resisting the officers. He
paid and was discharged.
Kobt. McDonald and Put Donnelly
got drunk and fell into the hands ot Offi
cers McCartbey and French Axley.
McDonald was sent to (ail for three days.
Donnelly paid his fine and was dis
charged. The end.
Walker Held to Ua.ll la 81.000.
The preliminary trial ol the man John
W. Walker, charged with the abduction
of the young girl, Miss Mary Xaih, came
up before Squire Mcrtz, at Mound City
yesterday. As might be expected con
siderable Interest was taken in the case
by the public, and long before .he hour
set for the trial a pretty good sized
crowd had gathered in the cou:t room.
Walker was represented by D. 1'. Line
gar of tills citj, and
the prosecution was tonducted
by States Attorney Smith, for Pulaski
county, W. 11. Mulkey, states at.orney for
Alexander county, and Col. Shiver. Mr.
Linegar asked ior a postponement of the
trial for several hours, but obj?ctiou be
ing raised the request was overruled.
Mr. Linegir theu said hU client
would waive examination, nd asked
that bail be fixed at as retsonable a
sum as consistout with the cime with
which he Is charged. After seme wrang
ling among the attorneys as
to the amount cf bail,
Squire Meru fixed the boud at
one thousand dollars. Durhfe all this
time Miss Xash, accompanied by her pa
rents and a number ot friends occupied
a seat near the attorneys lor .he people,
while Walker occupied a seat it the tuble
with his attorney. At live o'clock last
evening Walker ha I not st:cecded In
procuring ball, but one of l is brothers
having an ived here last evening he will
probably fill a bond and be released to
day. A neniitiful Tribute.
A bcautilul tributo was paid to the
memory of Lucy Rector by her school
mates yesterday noon. Without previ
ous arrangement or the knowledge of
the teacher, Miss Kiley, a number ot
the scholars, children ranglii iu age
from seven to teu years,
each carried to school a beau
tltul.boquets und just as school was cull
ed they gathered about the sent formerly
occupied by little Lucy and fulrly cov
ered the desk with a profusion of flow
ers, Miss Riley, who knew notli
lug ot the purpose or the little folk)
until she saw them In the act
of decorating the seat of their departed
mate, was touched by tho sight anil
. a tll ii..
burst into tears, ine little ones observ
ing her lolncd her leeliuirs. ami In n mi.
ment a dozen little heads were bowid
and aa many pairs ot eyes were te-
dimud with tears, and for several ma
ntes not a word was spoken. When the
"spell" was broken the scholars, usslited
bv their teacher built a pyramid of flaw-
ers on the departed Lucy's desk, and It
Is proposed to leave mem the: e to wither
and fade. Such scenes are not often
witnessed In a school room.
One Ilundred Trimmed Hate.
Mrs. 6. Williamson bus Just received
one hundred trimmed hats, ill of the
latest styles, Call and examine. No
trouble to show goods. ;
Wanted-Two or three glrU to loam
the millinery trado. Those who have
bad tome experience proforred, 1 w.
BIBAWBtlBYAXO ICE CEI1I
reatlval Far tka Baaeflt at th tanreh
I thai Rfedeejnaor Skaraday Kvaa
lav, May 14, at Tbaratem'a Blacki
lOtk alrvcl Admlaaloa 10 Ceata.
Supper will be served at six o'clock.
Chicago ice cream and delicious straw
berries In abundance An Oriental trult
bazaar aud a lemonade well will be a
great attraction. Prof. EUcnburg'a cele
brated band will furnish music. A beau
tiful silk quilt will be awarded by vote
to one of the following popular young
ladles; Misses Annlo Pitcher, Ad
Hallldav, Emma Riley, Cora Stratton
Carrie Ungles and Frankio Roxford.
As the proceeds will bo used to canctl
tho debt ol the church it is hoped there
will be a laro attcudauoe. 3t.
Huse, Loomis & Co,,' dealers iu uortb
em lake ice, have removed their office
from the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the Ice bouses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering ice in all parts of the city.
Those desiring the cold stud will leave
their orders at the new office, where tbey
will receive prompt attention.
James KavAKACOn, Malinger.
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 5-17-lm
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
!he laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
cween Washington and Commercial ave
lues, has one of the best conducted latin
fry establishments In the city, and lund
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
Ind it to their advantage to call upon
Tuesday Mornintf. 10 o'clock, May
100.000 Without Reserve.
it Winter i Stewart. Auctioneer.
A positive cure. Painless and stain
less, Price $1. Order from Dr. Quincy
A. Scott, 273 Penn ave., Pittsburg. Pa.,
or through any druggist. A liberal dis
count to dealers. Circular free.
A house on Division street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to W. It. Smith.
t or Nale,
A grocery store, stock and fixtures, lo
cated at Bird's Point, Missouri, will be
sold for $125. For particulars inquir
at F. Korsmeyr's, Cairo, Ills. 5-S-2w
Two first-class dining room girls
wanted at.the Arlington house. Ap.ily
to D. W. Dlan, Prop.
Wanted a good girl to do second
work. Apply at the Bclletin office. 3t
Situation wanted by a boy sixteen
years of age, who Is active and willing
to work. Apply ut this office for fur
ther information. :tt.
Mrs. Gatfney has removed to her
house on Division street, in the
court house square, where she Is
prepared to accommodate a limited num
ber of boarders. Mrs. Gaffney keeps u
good house, aud boarders will find first
class accommodations. Jw.
Mr. Ed. Braxton, that chicl of tou
serial artists, has taken charge of the
shop on Eighth street, owned by the late
Daniel Lampert. Ed. Braxton Is one of
the best barbers in the state, as well as a
gentleman iu his intercourse with his
patrons. He was one of the sntlerers in
the late lire at the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly. Uc is now trying to bu ld up again,
and we bespeak tor him a fair share ot
patronage. He deserves it. tt
Refrigerators, the 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 shell-
ers, sulkey rakes, and a general Mock of
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging ba-kets ,t all
kinds ; Ihe largest variety ot bird cages
in .he city and will be sold very low at
A. Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue.
AH Lmi-AHIMBN I
KM Kur "I , I
May ), ls77. I
-Uelow high Water 1S7I vme9WaK oN)
Sergeant. Signal Service. ' H. A
The most mlierablo beings In the world
sre those suffering from dyspepsia and
More than seventy-live per cent ol the
people In tbe United States sr.; afflicted
with these two diseases and their ettects
such as sour stomaeh, sick beadselif , habit
ual eostlvenoss, pulpiLtlon of the hear
heart-burn, water brash, gnawinir ana
burning pains at tho pit of the stomach,
yellow skin, coatod tongue and dlsagree
ablo ta le In the mouth, coming up ot food
after eating, low spirit, ftc. Oo to Paul
a. 8: 'hub" druggist, a 7 cent bottle ol
Acroi'ST Flowbk, or a sample bottl for
10 cents. Try It two doses will relieve
"kilo's Patent hjjropjk"
(itlno "wrltlni, drawing, maps, noUoea, pr r
cWorwTcb.uTor JOHN WON Tib til,
tfV tt Sixth SI, Bt Louts, Mo.
Boiebee1 eermaa gyrnp.
Can tew be purchased right at borne) It
Is the moH successful preparation ever In
troduced to our people. It works like a
charm In all cases consumption pneumo
nia, hemorrhagea, aethma, severe coughs,
croup, and other throat and lung diseases
No person has ever used this medicine
without getting immediate relief, yet there
are a good many poor, sutlcring, skeptica
persona going about our atteeU with a aus
niuioua cough, and tho voice nt consump
tion comloi; from their lung, that will uot
try It. If you die, it la your own fault, aa
you can go to Paul O. Sohuh, drugglat, and
cct a sample bottle lor 10 cents and try it
three doses will relieve any cato. Ittgular
ize only 75cont. eow.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Estate of Thomas E. Sullivan, deceased.
To whom it may concern I'loa-e tcka no
tice that I have filed my Anal account as
Administrator or aald ca'aio, ana nm ap
ply to tbe county court of Alexander
countv. aittlnc aa a court of nrobate. at tbe
.1 nue term thereof, to-wit : oo tbe third
Monday of June, A. D. 1877, for a full and
final discharge Irom all lurtber liability as
administrator of eaid estate.
M. J. Mc GAL' LEY,
Cairo, 111., May Zi J, 1671. d3t.
nm reduced 13 sun the :m
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor S3 00 Per Day
Spaolal Ratce by Wt.k or Month
A limited number of very desirable family
rooms can be cured at reasonable ratea lor th
I lie St Cbrlea la the largest anil bent appoint
ed IIoujv in Southern illiuoia. and ia the leailmt
hotel iu Cairo Notwlihtanding the "Bee
Kuck" reduction Id prices, tbe tuble will.ai
usual, I lilienlly aupplied with i he very bea
ol'everylhing Hint can be found iu market.
Kine large aaniple room for commercial trav
eler!,, on ground door, free of charge.
rPAll haggairt-of guvste conveyed to and lroa
the hotel Without charge
Mark These Facts
The Testimony of tbe Whole World.
'I hadnnanrw.titj , HnllflvBv,Plt!.MMn.
a hearty one."
i our ruia are murveimia."
' I eend fur another box, and keep tbem In the
Lir.ltolloway has eured my beadacai hut
"I gave one ol your Pilla to my babe tor chol
era morbus. The dear litUe thing got wU in
My nausea ofa morning is now cured "
. v ... v'uuiueiii cumi ine
ofnoisealu the head. 1 rubbed .ome of your
uiMiiuvm iKiuiiu iiieeura, ana the noiehas left."
"'end uie two boxesj 1 want one for a jwr
I enclose a dollar! your price Is 2S centa, but
the medicine tome is worth adoilar.''
"hend metlvc boxes of your I'ilu.''
" Let inc have three boxes of your Tills by re
tnrn mail, lor hills and l ever "
lhaveover") uch testimoniala a these, but
Want of space coruitld me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders'
And all eruption of the akin, Jibe ointment la
Uioit invaluable. It does not heal externally
alone, but peuetratta with the most searching
effeete to tbe very root of the e il.
Disorder of the Kidneys.
iu all dibeai-cs affecting these organs, wbcthu
luey iwcrete too mucn or too little water; or
whether they be artlicted with atone or gravel, or
with aches aud pains settled in tbe luins ovrr tbe
regions of the kidnvya. Iliceo I'ilU ebuuld be ta
ken according o the printed directions, and tbe
Oinimeut should bu well rubbed into the small ot
the bock at bed time. This treatment will give
aluioit immediate relief wbeu all oth:r means
For Stomachs Out of Order-
No medicine will so efloetuaily improve the
tone oi the stonutcn as throe Pills; tbey remove
all acidity occasioned either by intemprntuce r
improper diet. 1 hey reach the liver and reduce
it lo a healthy action sthey are wonderfully etlka
I'ious in j ol spasm lu tuct they never tall in
curing all disorders o. the liver aud stomach
HOLLOWAY'S TILLS are the best known In
the World for the following diseases i Ague
Asthma, llilious Complaints, lilotchea on the
Skiu. Howels, Consumption, liebilitv. Dinpry,
I'yseetery, Krysipelas, leuule Irrrguluiitit.
Fevers ot all kinds, fits, (out. Headache, indi
gestion, lullammuilou, Juil-due, Liver Cum
plaiuM, Lumbago, Tiles, IthciimatiMii Iteien
mm of urine, Scroflila or Kieg's Kvll. .sore
lumats, Stone and liravel lic-liimhuircux,
Tuuiois, fleers. Worms of Ul kiuUs, Weakness
Iroiu uuy iMuse, etc.
None are genuin unless the signature of J.
I Id j dock as agent for the United stutea, sur
rounds each box of Tills, and Ointment. A
handsome rewurd will be given to any one ren
dering such Information na may lead to the
detection of any party or parties counterfeiting
the medicine nr veuding the name, knowiua
them to be spurious.
Sold ut them nufiictory of Professor Hot
lowav A Co. , New York, and by all reeectttbli
druggists and dealers in medicine throughout
Hie civilize i world, in boxes ut 25 centa. ii'i
cen s und SI ouch.
J J" I here is considerable taring by taking the
la rucr sizes
N. 11 Direciitma for Ihe iruldance of patients
m every ilisoM are allixcd to each box
Office, 11 - iberty St., New York
hi Commercial Iiil:
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MOST Complete, Thorough and PrucUca
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THUS. A. ItlCH. A. M..L. L. Il
Adiuinlalraior e Aollce.
Estate ol Frederick E. Waterimder, do-
The undersigned, having been appointed
edmlnla rator of the estate of Frederick b.
Watermeler, late of the uounty or Alexan
der aud Ktats ol Illinola, deceased, hereby,
gives notieo that he will appear before
the county court of Alexander county, at
thecouit bouse lu Cairo at tbe July term,
uu tbe second Mouday In July next.at which
time all per-onn having elainis against said
estate are notified and requeatcd to attend
for the purpose ot havug the same ad
justed. All persons Indepted to said es
tate sr requested to make Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated, this Wii day ol May, A. D.
1177. AVGl'ST WATEBMKIKH.Adm'r.
AN UNRIYAXJCD ILLUITBA
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other world to conquer, tA they propose
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The scene ot this latest novel is laid en
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oung man who baa ben always "tied to a
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world to d lit ud tbe current ot lile with
a fortune, but wit out a purpose.
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In August, bus a pathos and dramatic power
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I here is t a aeile of original and ex
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Scolinh L at Factory" in th November
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Estate ol William Bracken, deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
ailmiui-tratrix of the e-tate of Wllllaui
Bracken, late ot the county of Alexander
aud State of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that alie will appear belore U
county court ot Alexander county, al tba
court heuse In Cairo at the June term
on the third Monday in June aext, at
which time all persons having claitM
against said estate are notified and re
quested to attend for tbe purpose of bavtaw
tbe sime adjusted. All person indebted
to laid estate are requested to make Imme
diate payment to tbe undersigned.
Dated this 17th day of April, A. D. 1177.
Cahhi.ini K. BhaCKXN,
Estate of Gove M. Willis, deeeaMdi
Tbe undersigned, bavin baaa annoiaUd
sdmlnistrator of the estate or (love.
51 Willi late ol tbe couuty of Aluander
and state ol Illiuoia, deceased, hereby
give uotico tbat be will appear before the
countv court of Alexander oouaty, at tbe
court house In Cairo at tba Jnae tens, oo.
the third Moncay in June Best, at wnloh
timeal I persona bavlag etalsaa afaiut said
eat ate are notified and roqvsMtisa M
sad for th purpose of bavtxf tbe sosm
di n ted. All nereons UdebiM ta aald as-
I ate are requested to aubarasms (lisle pay.
I ment to th undeniraad. -
I Dated this 11th day ot April A. P. W7T.
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