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aIRO business houses.
Vote.-Any business firm can taw wrilne
pace, id una TOiumn uwiui .iiifiui-iit.
t ubs ret of 15" ptr mouth ur per y
lliwdwara. SHevee 4 Ware.
a uir tiv ffwlM L SMavm. Tf n sad If arfl.
waie, Uwdenawl fariuar' Implement, Win
Joods, BefriKWnton, Pump and Ladders.
liA)agnwrflll Avenue. Umterlng, aud Job
tt on aon on snon ounce.
J, S.KfcGAIIEY Ilealer in bard and toft luni
Ir, floorlug, ceiling, siding tad surfaced
lumber, lath end liiugtes. Office sod yard
lorutr Twentieth street ind Washington avenue
LAXCA8TKB A lUCK-Dealers In Huh.
doors, blind, etc., bard and ion lumber and
i hlngles. Yaid toil olnce, Coiuinercla) avenue,
ornr 17ll street.
O. II A HTM AN Deehr InQueensware, Toys,
Lamp and all kind of fancy artid'. Couinwr
:ial avenue, corner lu street.
WILLIAM WINTER-Slxth strert between
Commercial aronoe and Washington aveuu.
Clothing anil JSeretmnt rallarioa.
JOHN ANTRIM -Merchant Tailor and dealer
In Heady Made Clothing. 7 Ohio Let m.
eal Estate Agencies).
M. J. HOWLEY Real Estate Agent. Buys
aad sells real estate, oolite u rente, pays tax
lor non-residents etc. Commercial ayenus, be
tweeaMlBtli and Taata street.
lXUNOIS CENTRAL E b!
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Eireci CoanecUoa vitbE&sieraLinos
Train Leave Cairo
J ) p.m. Fast txpress, arriving 1q Bt,
Loull 6M P, m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
S 20 p.m. CINCINNATI tt LOUIS-
v v!lle fast line
Arriving' n Cincinnati 8 ), e m.; Louis
ville, 8:2's m -, indlinapolis, 4.15 a.m.;
Passenger by mis train arrive at above
OF AIT 0TB KOUTI.
IM p. m. Taut Ma i wtlb sleepers attach
ed. for 8I LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arriving in rtt. LoUt at 0:30 a.m. Chi
cago at iJM p m. Connecting a' Odin
or Kffingham lor Cincinnati, LouUville
FAST TIME EAST
.uwfDtrers by thin line go through to
the East without any delay caused by
the SATUKDAY AKTERNOON TRAIN
FROM CAIRO AUK1VKS IN NKW
YORK iloSDAV MOUSI.NO
AT ! .
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTMKIi kOL'TK.
Advertisement of competing lines thai
they in-ke better fine than this one, are
are issued either through Ignorance or a
desire to mislead the pubhV.
or through tifkets and information,
tpply at Illinois Central R. H. Depot, Cairo.
TRAINS ARM? AT CAIRO
.............. 2:'Ji m.
I :V. a.m.
Ocn'l Southern Agt.
.1. II. .luXKU. Ticket Agt.
Uearlvlile. Menkood Kcstoml. lni-!Q
rj nnllmenu to uiarriaxe rvmoTol. y
2 J'W it elhixl of treatment. New
2,and remarkalile rrinedlts. IVmke !:
and ciiculaia seut Irce in ealel W
'S'envel.itx-s. Addrrns HoiD A-'S
W'souatms, 41'' N. Ninth H'. I'hila- pq
'delihia. I'm. An iqtltutlon bur- jjj
gina high reputation lor hornr-j"
"lahle conduct ami professional
For artistic Pbotograpln at a moderate
:ot call at Guslavc Wetrell g Oalicry.
Horse, buggy, Iwrness, anil a complete
utflt for tho Batuc Tiio horse, five
years old, buggy anil harni-sit nearly
new, all lor one hundred and fifty dollar.
Apply to X. W. Hacker, 70 Ohio levee.
I)r. Tbouipaon A. MeC'rne, Iloinoo
With some thirty year's experience la
the practice in the profession, are confi
dent in U:nderlnsr our services to the
public. Office No. til Ohio levee, up
Have You a Cough T
That dry, hacking cougu U the herald
ot approaching' consumption. To check
the awitt progress of the destroyer,
prompt and decisive measures must be
resorted to. A dose ol Dr. Morris' Byr
up of Tar, Wild Cherry and Oorebound,
taken when the coughing spells come on,
will aflord immediate relief, and event
ually eflect a thorough cure. It will be
tound equally beneficial la all forms of
throat aud lunjf disorders. In cases ol
eroup it Is of inestimable value. Call at
the drug store ol
and inquire about It. They will furnUb
you with a trial stze bottlo for 10 ccote.
Large sizes CO cents and One Dollar.
Also, agents for Pro!. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which never tails.
Pleasant to take, and requires no phytic
Price 25 cents
Tobacco aad Cigere.
Merchanta.grocers, and saloon-keepers
should not lorget that Messrs. Corlli A
RaaVIu, proprietors ol the Trade State
Tobacco Factory nt Metropolis, have
opened tin estaoilshment at the corner
of Slxtn street and Ohio levee la this
city whrre they wil. do a wholesale aud
retail business In the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
ana most complete stocit ot
obitrco nnd cigars ever opened
In Cairn, and nro prepared to
supply the wonts of the trade at tho
lowest living prices. Dealers are In
vited to call an? examine their stock.
Dyer aud cleaner of ladles' and gentle
mens garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentlemen' bats dyed and
.cleaned tod blocked In the latest sty It,
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
removtlmpurltlei from all lalirloe with
oot Injury to the nuttrlil. . Im.
I I The knlgbb of tbaaboys order saeet
1. . J at their kail lbs Inland third Monday
in each month. CoauMnial avenue, 2d door
south of Ktu street, alS iu,
Jojm U. Holmes, 0. 0. M .
AflCALON LODGE, KO. U.
Knights ot Pythias, meets every Fvl-
rcuowa' uaii. ".
OAUCXAJTDhB LODGK, NO. SU.
Indapandenl Order of Odd-ral-lows,
meets every Thursday nigbl
at hair-past aeveo, la their hall oa
Jomtwreial avenue, between Sixth anil Seventh
n-tta Wiu. K. HAwaths, V. 0.
nAIHO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. 0. F., meets
sJia oid-reUowa' tiall os the first and third
t ursday in every month, at kalf-paet seven
A. CoMWWt C P
a CAIRO LODGE, KO.ttST.A.f. A. M.
Ta- "old regular eommunicatlons la Ha
XXsonie Hall, corner Commerelal arenas
' Nnd Kightb street, on the second and
'uurtb Monday of each mouth.
BATES Ok ADTEBUISO.
tt-AU bills for advertising, are due and pay
able Ul ADVAHCl
Transient advertising will be Inserted at us
rate of ft 00 per square for the 0rsl insntioa
and 60 cent for each subseueot one A liberal
discount will be made on standing and diipl
rot Inserting runerul notice It M Notice of
ineeUng of societies or secret orders M cents for
Church, Society, TesUval and Bnpper aotlces
will only be Inserted as sdvertlaementa
Ko advertisement will be reeelwd at less than
SO cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for leu than three dollars per month
LOCAL BrSIRKHS HOICES
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square - $ 50
Two Insertions per square- 75
Three insertions per sqnare 1 00
Six Insertions per square... 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 CO
Oue month per square- 3 50
tipeclal rates made on large advertise
ments or lor longer time,
Loral Weather ate. port,
Caiao. III., May 19, is77.t I
iJAB. I Tu. I Wurn. I Til. Warn
n ISO f, I S 12 cloudy
9) m Td ' i lair
J.0f7 i frj I at. U fulr
30.WI H S I U I do
Senceant. SUrnal Bervtee. I'. 8. A.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, l77.
A house on Division street, between
Waihington avenne and Walnut street.
Apply to W. H.Kmith.
A positive cure. I'alnliFS' and stain
less. Price $1. Order from Dr. Qumcy
A. Scott, 27S Perm ave., Pittsburg, Pa.,
or tiiroiitfli any druggist. A liberal dis
count to dealers. Circular free.
rirtnren ana Bracelet.
h. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Braiket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
large stock of brackets, helves, frames,
ehromos, picture cord and tasacls, air
tain tassels tancy nulls, hat racks, etc.
Picture Iramltig made a speciality
Chrouios mounted in t'je elieapeit and
beet style. lm
To all who are sufleritiK from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charee. This great
imeuy was discovered by a missionary
!n South America. Send a self-ad
dressed envelope to the Kev. Joeph T.
Intnan, Station D. Blblo House, Now
rk City. l-30-6m
Hollo way 'a Pills aud Olnttueul.
Hcjolula was considered incurable until
he great discovery of "HoHoway's Pills
and 0 uicut" flashed upon the world.
Diseases which baffled the skill of the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
less remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Twsnty-flve cents
per box or pot.
t'ruMlug tbe Oeaart
Is generally au eventful episode in life;
whether it be as pilgrim to worship tbe
prophet's 6hrine at Mecca, or as a part ol
a caravan ot merchants. The dangers of
tbe destructive simoon, attacks ot preda
tory robbers and the agony of dying
trom thirst are dissipated on reaching
one of those gardens ot tbe dese't, aa
oasis. Partaking of that which recuper
ates, they meet their future difficulties
with recruited strength and renewed en
ergles. 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 to
traveling llle's desert which has been dis
covered In tbe IIoms Btoiuch Bittbrs.
Tbe Debrla of tbe System
Must either pas through Its natural
channels of exit, tbe bowels, the kidneys
and tbe pores, or, la detault thereof,
poison and disorder the fluids of tbe 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 they are not. flostetter's
Stomach Bitters stimulate tho action ot
tbe excretory organs, aud 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 the system treed from peril It would
otherwise Incur. The action ot the
bowels which follows the useo this
benoflcent alterative is easy and unac
companied by griping, and Its stlmula
UTa eflect upon tbe urinary organs yery
cc-nttuaiye yt WCSI Malta,
' mcai wont raow.
-l'h rivers art falling.
The Weather is warmer.
Tho Turner plcnlo on Sunday last
was a success, tlnanciilly.
The couucll will meet on next Tuos-
The Cairo public schools will close
on Friday for a four mouths' vacatiou.
Csobe bridge on the Cairo and
Mound City road neetU repairing.
Tbe sidewalk on Walnut street
above Fllteentb are undergoing repairs,
The Union county bond case draws
Its slow length along in tbe circuit court.
Eev. Mr. George is expected homo
from Philadelphia thu latter partoftMs
Mr. Wentz, general freight aud pas
scnirer sgent for the Cairo and St. Louia
railroad, is In tbe city.
Sheriff Nimmo of Union county ,ls in
the city. lie is a witness in thu Union
county bond case.
Shall wc or shall we not have a
Fourth of July blow-out is tbe question.
Who will answer 't
Coroner Able having removed from
the state, it will be necessary to elect a
new coroner this fall.
Every variety of slippers tor Infants,
children, girls, boys, women and men
just reeeirod at Livingstons' shoe etore,
Egbth street. 3t
Decoration Day. Ho patriotlol
Suspend business, and spend one dar in
glorifying the memory of tbe nation's
The colored Sunday school will
picnic at Hodge's park on Thursday,
June 7th. Tits Cairo and St. Louis
rullroad will run special trains during
Butter good, bad and indifferent,
can be had at almost any store lu town
at very low prices. The market is badly
Strawberries and green peas are be
Cuuiug cheap in the Culro market.
Strawberries, two boxes lur a quarter.
uud peas at a quarter a peck are the rul
Uiletot Police Arter is going to gel
al'u-r the do, uud wneti be get a gutxi
ready, there wilt be no let up until f yery
dog upou which thu ux is not puld la
fen I to hi lal reeling place.
Rciueuitx-r you vhu go to Mound City
aud return Unlay at almost any hour you
wibh. The Cairo aud Vinceunes railroud
will run four trains each way duriug
the day. (See card elsewhere In this Is
sue. Mr. Jas. Johusem, general Southern
agent lor the Illinois Ceutral railroad,
is now in San Antonio, Texas, on busi
ness tor that road. He is expected to
return within tho next week or ten
The Cairo box and baket factory is
doing a big business. Fiank Field, tho
superintendent, understands the business,
and by hi push and energy the estab-li-bDieut
Is doing an unusually large
amount of business.
Mm. At. Susanka left bv the Illinois
Central railroad on Monday afternoon
for New York, from which she will
sail on J hursday for Ireland. She will
be absent about three months.
This being a legal holiday, the fed
eral olllcea k'i thu city will be closed.
he postofllce will be opened tor the ac
commodation of the public from seven
to eight o'clock a. ni., and from five to
six o'clock p. m.
Mrs. D". VTardncr has been elected
president of the association for tbe onec
tlonot an industrial home for young
girls, Mrs. Warduer was the originator
of tbe project, and we are glad to know
that she has been placed tho at head of
Street Superintendent Gorman with
a force of teams and laborers is still
at work on tbe streets in tho lower part
ot the city. We hope his honor and the
street committee will not lorget that
little matter at the corner of Fifteenth
and Walnut streets.
The Union couuty bond cie Is still
on trial in the circuit court. Among: the
witnesses examined yesterday were
Col. Taylor, Judge Bross, and several
gentlemen from Union county. Thu
case will undoubtedly occupy the bal
ance ot the week.
This is decoration day, and It Is tbe
duty of all patriotic citizens to observe it.
James .Smith was arrested by Chief
of Police Arter night before last for be
ing drunk. Judge Bird yesterday sent
him to labor on the streets tor five
Tbe sale of cigars announced to take
place at Winter & Stewart' auction
room yesterday at 10 o'clock was post
poned until Friday, June 1st, at 10
o'clock, a.m. The cigars to be sold are
ol good quality, and those desiring good
bargains should be sure to attend the
A picnic party of about twenty-five
persons crossed the river yesterday
morning on tbe ferryboat Three States
to Old Fort Jefferson. The day was
spent pleasantly In tbe shade near the
old fori, and the party returned to the
city on the last trip ot tbe boat.
Mr. 0. Berber, representing the cel
ebrated house ot Lowenthal A Co.,
Antwerp, Is still In the city. During his
stay here Mr. Herber has purchased a
large number of hogsheads of tobacco,
all of which was shipped direct to Ant
werp, lie wlil probably remain several
There were twenty-three hogsheads
ot tobacco sold at the Farmers' wsre
bouse yesterday, as follows: $2 95,
0 60,6 115, 10 00. 0 60, 3 20, 8 19, 4 25,
8 10,4 00, 3 25, 8 20, 4 65, 3 30, 8 1 0,
8 60,7 00, 3 10, 6 10, 3 60, 4 00, 3 10,
4 65. Tbe tobacco sold was, excepting
few good hogsheads, of low grade.
Tbe prices obtained were fully up to tbe
market, and generally satistaotory. Tbe
tale on Thursday promises to be Urge,
ind ouch of ttw tobacco ol good qmllty,
-Beprasentative Irvln rstcbsd boms
yesterday altsrnoon. After tbe adjourn
ment ot tbe legislature Mr. Irvln visited
Jollet and Chicago on bushuss.
A plcnlo excursion to fircedea's hoi.
low on tbe Cairo and Vinceunes railroad
Is among tbe things to take p!co within
th next three or lour wr cki. The party
will be a select one, snd only tuoio bold
ng Invitations will be expetted to go.
Tho Cairo snd Vlncenms rallroadlis
now running a Suuday (trough train
each way. This train leans Cairo at
lour o'clock in the aftcrnoor, aud arriv
ing at Vinoennea makes uoso connec
tion with trains for Evansrllle, Louis
ville, Cincinnati, Terra Haute, Indianap
olis, and all tbe Eastern cities.
There was another mcetlig ot tho rail
road committee yesterday morning, and
the substance of their report to tbe coun
cil was decided upon. Just what that
report will be the members of the com
mittee decline to make public until it has
been presented to the cour.cU. It Is be
lieved by the members of the committee
that the company will accept the propo
sition. Lyourgus, the great law-giver of
Greece, In order to produce a healthy,
vigorous race, bad all tho imperfectly de
veloped children put to death at birth.
Such violent measures could have
been avoided bad the mothers of those
children known how conduslye It Is to
the health of the offspring to wear good
shoes. Such as thoae kept at Livings
ton's shoe store, El gb th street. 3c
The following were among the
guests at the Planter's House yesterday :
T Beardcn, W. Bearden, Illinois ; F. 0.
Rodgers, St. Louis ; W. A. Butler, Clin
ton, Ky.; R. D. Holt, Hickman, Ky.;
Charles Barton, Carbondale, 111.;
Jeff Cox, Marion, III.; S. C. Hopkins,
F. Swalnes, Dunklin, Mo.; Adam Ruck,
Cobden, III.; Thos. Havols, Illinois; JS.
R. Stlnson, Anna, 111.; V. V. Vander
nievt, St. Louis; P. Eirkpatrlck, Anna.
While the city has Its band in at
"fixing up" tbe streets, it would be a
good Idea to put a few loads of dirt op
tbe streets lu the vicinity ot Kix's rburch
at the comer of Fifteenth and Walnut
street. There is no street in the city
that stand in greater need ot it. We
haye no doubt the council will order
this work done and our only object tn
referring to It so often is to make sure
that the members do nut forget It.
Mr. Ed. Braxton, that chief of ton
sorutl artists, has taken charge of the
shop on Eighth street, owned by tbe late
D nlel Lauipert. Ed. Braxton is one ot
tbe best barbers n the state, as well as a
gentleman In his intercourse with his
patrons. He was one of the sufierers in
the late tire at the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly. He is now trying to budtl up again,
and we bespeak for him a fair share ot
patronage. He deserves it. tt
Refrigerators, the very best, at A.
Halley's, 115 Commercial avenne, Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pock'it 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, hanging baskets ot all
kinds ; the largest variety of bird cages
in the city and will be sold very low at
A. Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue.
To-dav, Wednesday, May 30th
is decoration day, and the Cairo and
Vincennes railroad will run special trains
betweeu Cairo and Mound City as fol
lows : Trains will leave Fourth street
depot at 0,10:10 aud 11:30 a.m., and at
1,2:10, 3:30 and 4:30 p.m., stopping for
passengers at Tenth, Fourteenth and
Twentieth streets ; returning, will leave
Mound City at 0:35, 10:45 and 11:55 a.m.,
and at 1:30, 2:45, 3:55 and 5 p.tn. Tick
ots for the round trip will be sold at 40
cents, aud can be had at the depot, Par
ker's book store, and at McGauley'sdrug
store. Children under seven years of
age, accompanied by their parents, will
be taken free.
Ily Fry and Mary Humphreys were
be tore Judge Bird on Monday evening
on a charge of larceny and were held to
ball in one hundred dollars each. Mary
Humphreys was a cook at Mrs,. Harris'
boarding house on Eighteenth street,
and a tow nights ago appropriated to
her own use a quantity ot sugar, coffee,
a pair ot shoes, etc. Shegavothe truck
toUyFr7, and shortly after both Ily
and Mary were arrested by officers
O'Malley and Axley. It Is said that Fry
is an honest, hard-working man, and It
is believed he is Innocent of complicity
in the theft for which be was sent to jalL
We understand efforts are being made to
get him out of Jail.
Tho following will be Interesting to
dog owners. The chiot means business,
and has tho "law at bis back to back"
him. He has Issued the following in
poster form: "AU persons who own,
have or keep In their possession any dog
within the limits of tbe city, who have
failed or shall neglect to pay the taxes
upon such dog, will bt promply arrested
aud fined under tbe ordinance. All dogs
found not properly tagged will be sum
marl y disposed of. Check or tags may
be had by applying to me at police head
quarters at Arab engine bouse." So step
up to the captain's office and pay your
Utile dog tax.
Arrivals at the St. Charles yesterday
were E. A. Wblard. Jonesboro; R. Buck
ingham. Alto Pa; J. K. Steam, Chi
ctgo; W.G. Waldron, CentralU; Thus.
M. Erlngton, Winchester, Ky.; John
Sproat, Columbus; J. A. Wainby, St,
Louie; A. J. Meek, Mason, llliuols;
W. J. Wells. Decatur; V. Warner, Clin
tou, Iowa; J. E Whitesal, Corsoanna,
Texas; O. W. Sulzer, Philadelphia; S.
8. Carlisle, w Orleans; A. Poke
Jones, Jonesboro; E. A. Rosenbaum,
New York; J. W. Eoowles, Chicago;
J. F. Taylor, do; J. JC. Bodges, Centra
lla; Mrs. B. Cunningham, Boston, Mass.;
Tbeo. Benderion, Jonesboro; Thos.
Rich, Cobden; W. J. Kendrlck, Chicago;
F. N. Kenedy, Clinton, Iowa; Jsmei
BUilton,Natchc8. - .
Three males, spring wages and bar
aess, very low, Apply to James Ross.
Woo) l Wooslti
' A large quantity of wood, "ready lor
tbe stove, for sale at tho Cairo and Vin
cennes railroad freight depot, at $800
per car. it
Boon So Lot,
Suitable for a bed room furnished or uu
furnished. For particulars Inquire ou
the premises ol Mas. M. B. Harwell, tf
Wood t Wood 1 1 WeoU 1 1 1
The Cairo Box and Basket company
will deliver wood in any part ot the city
at $1.12 a load ; also kindling at 6 cents
a bundle Orders may be left with W.
H. Mori Is, secretary, at his office In the
City National bank building 27-23
It is now concedod that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 13 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial aye-
mes, has one of the best conducted lann
iry establishments in tho city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding bouses will
dud it to their advantage to call upon
Uuse, Loorois & Co., dealers in north
era lako loe, have removed their office
trom the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to tbe Ice bouses one door be
low tbe St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering Ice in all parts of tho city.
Those desiring the cold stuff will leave
their orders at the new office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
Jamb Kavanauoh, Manager.
Caibo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 6 17-lm
Tn most miserable beings In the world
are those suiferlug from dypepnia and
More thai, teve' ty-tive ptr eeut of lb-
peo. le in tbe 1'ntwd State ar sflliotnil
with these two diseases and their iff. it
uubas s ur stouiaeb, ntek beadach', h.bii
ual C' stivetw, p ipit Uu o the fear
heart-burn, water brjch, gnaw ntt unit
burning pains at the lilt of the toinach.
yell i w skin, coated tongue and disagee
able ta te tn to uimilh, voxtng i p t 'o 'd
after eating, low spiriu, .'to. Q t Paul
O 8 hub, dr iKtfist, a 7 cent ho tlo of
AcuiST rLowaa, ra sanieie Do.ti rur
10 cents Try it two doses will relieve
Buachee'e Urnnmi nyrup.
C a ow he purrbaae '. rl. ht at h me; tt
t the niu-t ruucevul preparatt n ever iu
troi'Uoeii to our ueoDio. It work like i
charm in all uus ouumption pueumo-
ma, uemorronges a mma. sevee cmiiu,
croup, and oib r hrout and luug diseases
Nn pernoii ha ever uard tbi metli ine
without getUnK immediate re lef, yet th- re
are a i;o id many pi)' t, sufturlog, sktptica
persons going about our meet with iiui
pioiou cough, and the voice ot cDump.
tlon cumiug from their lung , that will not
try it. Ifyoudle.it is your own Inult, at
you can go to Paul G. Hvhub, drtipgtst, and
get a sample houle tor 10 cents and trv it
three doites will relieve any vase. Regular
u e onij in cents, eow.
Wah lii'Aimnrt Kivh Haror, 1
STATION. LOW WAT1R. I
FT I Df. T. IX.
Cairo 2 11 1
Pittsburg . i ." ; :i
Cincinnati 10 4 - 9
Louisville 'i i
Nashville 3 8 - :;
St. Lams 21 8-11
Evansville 2 -
Memphis m 23 fi 8
Vicksburir 40 11 -0 0
New Orleans a 10 H "
Below hiifh watur 1
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0. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer la
Ko. 16 OHIO 1XVEX.
PKO.AL atttnt lot given tooonsignmente ud
Ailing or isri
Estate of David Jackson, deceased.
To whom tt may concern :
Please take notice that I have tiled my
final account as administrator of said
estate, and will apply to the county court
ot Alexander county at the June term
thereof, to wit. on the third Monday iu
June, A. V. is, lor a tun ana nnai ais
charge from all further liability as ad
ministrator ot said estate.
K. A. Edmokdso.v,
Cairo, Msy 31, 1877. 5-22-3t
"kalo'i hid Papjropajli"
THIS FAPYROGBAPA WILL PBODCCE
From one to a thousand fsc-slmlllss of any
riolm. writine.drawlnc. mans. noUcee. prte
lUt examination pap r, ate. . Uilng one wrl'
aud an ordloary enpyingpres. Tlix process is
Simple, easy, and Up id "rod for deroriptlve
elreular, and adores THK P "Y lUltArn
CO . Norwich, Conn, or JOHN MOS TIETH,
t N. Sixth St. St Lout. Mo.
Estate ot Frederick E. Watermeler, de.
ces eo .... . . ,
Tn undersigned, having been -tnoointn
adrotnl rator of the ri-tate "t Frederick K
Wtterm er, lattof heeiuntv ot Alexan
der and Stat ol Illinois, decea-ed, berei.y,
gives nottea that ne will appeal lielon
tbe county coum nf Alexander counts t
the court bouse In Cairo at tne July term
on the second Mnndny in July oex'.at winch
tine all per 0' s having el iau tnt all
estate are notified an I qiie ed to t: ud
for the purpose ot having the same ad
justed. All pmona iodepted t Mid es
tate an r quested to make immediate pay
ment to the uaderalgned.
Dated, tbi ld day et May. A. D.
1877. AUGUST WATEKMKiEB.AdnVr.
ARRI AGE 8ffeS
;j kin cn
limilLri 1 Ul lslsi. r
all kls of DImsim, wltk fearra er taiwu is
fea ,Hld Btnv.ths tmavdlimtits m tut
lux sal tine. TiasM oa aU DttaatM. lufo i
r saMteu n n
Is hereby 'given that default bsvlnabesn
made lor mora than sixty days la tbe pay-
Usui ui uuruou oi mu amount socurea
to be paid by a certain mortgage executed
by Mr. Julia R. Farriu to samuul Staats
Taylor and Edward Parsons, trustees of
tbe Cairo elty property, dated September
lith 1674 and recorded, In the rtcordui's
office of Alexander county, In tho ituto ot
iiiiooisia oooao, on page wa, etc. I, tbo
undesigned, tuuessor to tald trustees, will
on Saturday, the lJtb day ot May iustnnt,
A. D. 1877. at 10 O'clock in the rnrnnnnn ,i
that day, under and by virtue of the power
ot sale contained in said mortgage, tell at
public auction to the highest bidder for
cash, at tbe office bulldinz of s. s. Tavlor.
corner rVaablngton avenue and Eighteenth
street, In said city of Cairo, In Alexander
county and state of Illinois, lot numborod
lomiteeoi; l (aixieen), m itmrty-tbree),
and34(tbirty.four) in block numbered i
(two) in the fourth addition to tbe said city
ot Cairo; aocordiug to tbe recorded plat
tuereor, witn ue appunenanaes, to satisiy
the purpose and condition of said mort-
uatea Cairo, m , may ist, mu.
K. BTAAT8 Taylor,
Trustee of tbo Cairo City Property.
Is hereby given that default having been
maue lor more man sixty aays in the pay.
ment of a portion of tbe amount secured to be
iiaiu dv a certain mortgage executeu oy
William Brack to Hamuel Html i'avlor
and id win Parson, trustee ol the Cairo
ruy proneny, oitea Apt II zth, mi, ami
recorded In the recorder' olflce of Alex
ander county In tho htate ol IlhnoiH, 1.
book S of deeds, on page 8d. I, the under
signed successor to said truHtees, will u
baturaey, mo l'ith day of May tnetunt A
D. 1877, a 10 o'clock, in the loren. on or
toat any unaer anu oy virtue or tha puw r
ot sale contained in said m rtgig., hu 1 a'
publio auction to the highest tiid.h r, I r
casb.attheoHicobullUitiifOi S S T nlnr,
corner of Waihiugtoo avenue ant i. h
teeutn street, in suia nt ol c.iii'h. i
Alexander uounty and state ol Iili o,a I s
numbered ltoiol.aud 2 (twi.l.ln ''iock mini
bored 36 (thirty-five in thu loni-th a. 14 ii..n
to said oitv of Cairo, accord n io tiio re
corded plat tbereot, wuii tl:u i ,u t"
nances, to sati'ly tne purp. s is as J erudi
tions oi eaui moiipitKe.
uatea Cairo, 1 is , M.y ist, i"7f
H. Staatb Tayloh.
Trustee ot the Cairo Cuir l'r 'per y.
It hereby given that 'tf.ult liuvin,'
ui eii ma te for more than aixty d j n id h
payment of a p .itio i oi t m amouu seeiii
nt tn he paid b) a cer'aln nioi pKe txc
i u ed ry J im s K nnedy t - aiuiiel ,l
Ttyiorand Kiilo 1'ar on-, trustee- of ti.e
. iiro ciiy prop rtv, Unted .Noveinlier ad
1872, r.o rde'liutli- ro-orJorS oiH u 1
Aloxai dc'euuuti in the Hair ol li ii.oia.
in b ok r,"'U d ed, o raff 1MI ete. 1.
th initial s'g ed sue c- oi t s in iriist.es
w I on -atuidav 'hf 1 b ilav ol U,I -
staut A. I , I87 a 10 o'eluek, in ilm lur '
i o n ol tlmi u y u il' r tet i.y t.rtu !
the pow r ot s.le continue 1 m paid nmr -tt
gi-, -ell a public! au ' Inn, 1 1 the highest
hinder fur easii at ibo oiUud biiiltll g ul
'I'nylnr. inin.r f viaHM Ktmi v n u-
an I EUhei nih -trot. nn'licny"f am,
iiiAiexniler,iii,tyaiidst te ilhnnln I ts
nuuiDe-eil lwenty-1 ui), ' (twiti ).
liv ).a(iwaiHy-8lx), iT (tw.-nty- en), i
.weut)eiitUi)li.mo- k ll'linliereU U inineij )
! ihe li St aOili'lm lu mid .-ily ot' mm, c
eo dioir to th - tec r led p t Here f,
wit'i heap, ..tenance io san.fv thu pur
poHe ao'l enuiiit'iin id sni't nmrg.ue.
Dated Cairo, llls.Miy 1st, 1-77
S staa a Taylor.
Tin tee of tho Cairo city Propeitv.
Simuel A', Cook is horeby nutrtied tht
uacuDa.Ali rrell.ntitUH lotujayol Li.eeiu
ber. A. D., 87(1, rued i.ut ul the circuit
court ol Aluxend' reounty, "lute ot Illinois,
a wr t ot attachment against b ra, the said
hamuel W. Cook and his etute, lor thu
sum of one httud e.l and tn dollars (fill)..
00). which aid writ but Icco returned ex
ecuted by levy on real cata'e. uud is now
pending uefore said court. Now unless the
Samuel W. Cook suill appear, give bail
and plead within the time limited lor hi at-
pearanee In such case, jiidment will be
entered and the estate so atticbed will be
sold. JOHN A. KEJSVE, Circuit Clerk
April 8d. 1870. d-td
Joseph A. Phillips, Lee Phillip, Zachiriah C.
Phillips, Caroline J. Ilarnish ami tlunbetb
A. Kmenifrcen are notifleil that on the lull dur
of April, M", the trustees of schools of town
ship seventeen south rnngo old west,
complmnant died its bill iu chancery i?uinst
you auu .uargaret a. ivoonce, jieujamm
Parker and Byron F. lilukc, adminis
trator, etc. dtl'rndents in the Alexander
county eurcuit court in the suite of Illinois for
foreclosure of mortgage, ami that suidsuil
id uuw inruuiujj iq snui t:uuriiiui summons
thereupon issued out ot Said court asainsteuid
defendents, returnable ou the third Monday
of Slay IS77, to a term of said conn then to he
holdsa at the tcourt house iu the city ol' Cairo,
in said Alexander couuty.
Joit A. Item, clerk.
April loth. leTtlt
Xntice is hercbv mven to Creed Ititc!,!,
that Elizabeth Uituliie on tho 2d day oi
April. 1877, filed in tbo circuit court or A.
exanaer county, State of Illinois, her bill
in chancery tor a divorco lroin him, the
aid Creed Ritchie, and that thereupon a
summons in chancery issued out ol said
court at tbe suit of s.ild Klizube h Ititchiu
and against the said Creed Kitcbie return
able to a term of said court to bo holden
at the court bouso in Cairo, in said Alex
ander county, on tbe third Monday of
May. A. D., 1877, which said suit is now
pending be lore said court.
JOHN A. KEhlVE, Circuit Clerk.
April 3d 1877. d-td
Estate ot William Bracken, deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of tho e-tate of William
Bracken, late ot the county of Alexander
and Btate oi Illinois, aeceasea,nrer gives
notice that she will appear belore tht
county court ot Alexander couuty, ai the
courthouse lu Cairo at the June ierw
on tha third .Monday lu June next, ul
which time all persons having chltus
against said estate are entitled ai d re
quested to attend for the puno-e nt having
too isme adjusted. All persons iudeiiied
to said estate are requested to matte imuie
diate payment to the under-ig' eo.
Dated this 17th day i f Airil, A. D. 1S77.
CAKOLIMB BllACK N.
Admlnhl rator'a Killli:!
Estate of Oovo M. Wf 11-, deeossed:
irk. .... li,i..lirnurt havintf Iihaii Mnnnlnfpil
sdminl-tf ator of tbe esUte ol Gove.
ol YVllUs laie oi vue oouuij ui ai aib"i
A ..a, a nt Illinnts HuKwuuml IkKritViv
give notice that bo will appear tieloie the
Ouuniy VO1 ri Ol Aiciauuri t-uu i;. at iu
oourt house in Cairo at the .luue term, on
th- third Monoay In June next, at hli b
timeal I persons havina claims a aiust said
rs ate arn no'idsd aud revues ed to at
en foi' the purpose ol having tbe same
adjusted. All (cr-oni ii dt bleu to said es
la e ate requested to make imru. dial . pay
ment o the undersigned.
Dated tht II h ay ot April, A. D. 1877.
.IAMBS W LL1-. Adm'r
Is h-reby g'v nthat oof ulth vlrg been
made oi nmri' 'ban - t ay- iu the i a
m nt nt a p rt ono; t e ..u' uu s urdo
b ai ' o. o- tuiii hi rt a re . . irid b
Max Ku ine ''d Mu hn I Jim. mo.er to
Samuel tait fay or and Euvin 1' i
ttutee-' f lh' Cairo elty P'Opeit, ilnf d
Juiv 0 h 1MJ, reeordtid in Hie ' 0 U r'
0.tici of Alixai' liTCnniny. It ' t alt"
,it Illlroia, m bo k 6 of deed j ' n p g 0.',
etu. l,th uuderaigiii d, uu. eMr oi said
Truce's, will on af t uy, the li h day of
Mav.imtfiit, A Di, 1877, at lOo'cmcs, lu
th toreoi on o th.t day. uud t and by
virtu ' ol 'he power ot i-ale contained in
laid Mortgage, led, at public auction, to
the bis-best bidder, tor cash, at thi omen
building of 8. b. Tay or. corner of Vt usb
lngton avenue aad Elgbtoetith it' set, In
s ild Ty of Ciiro, In Alexander Couuty
and bute ol IiitiloK loU numbered 7
(even) and 8 (eight) In block numbered
7J (seventy-throOl lu said City ot Cairo,
according to tbe tesorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenances, to satiety the pur
pose sad condition of tald Mortgage.
' Dated Catto.UI., May 1st, 1877. -
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