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-vIRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
'.-Any ho tines Arnicas have three linn
, In thU column uu-lnr appropriate heeding
neral Dl t is) r muulUtf U pel year
t"vaiiig 4unruift ixt auvance.
linrilwnre, n to vet anil Tin War.'
A. HALI.KY-rjn.iler In Stoves. Tin and Hard
Ware, Golden and tanners' liope.nieiil, Wire
cod, luiriiivnitot, I'limna and Ladders
V Commercial Avium. ijuiteriug. and J oil
Murk done on short notice.
S M-d : A UK Y -tKaler in hard end suit liiDi.
lr, Uoorlug, c.iu-, siding unit iiirfiO'
iuininT, iiitn ttQ'i ahiiiglee OrUoi mill yard
Uflirr m-uliriu llfPH &IIII VT aUUUKIOII af er,Ue
(leors, Minds, Imrrl ud unit lumber mdi!
mugies. i ro mel omci, CoiumercuU avenue,
uiu.-i i ill mirrr,
i 'ui)ii inn nii Kimis in laricy riirl-.v ouiincr-
avenue, corner ' in euu-l.
IIJ.1AM WINTr.K-Slxlh tr-t U-twn
oniiiierc.iai avenue nn-l Washington avnue.
loibuiK "ltd 'IrreliMiit iHllorliiat
:il iieauy Made ClolliloK. in Ohio lVCf .
teal t.lt Astem-lf.
. .1. IIOWI.LY-Ka-hI (.state Agent. Huya
rem c-iiiw, bnuecttf rem. !) Uili-i
nwn;iviicnti, el., t ornmi-rrlul avenue, be-
twiru sinin anu tenth stret u .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo '
? 20 p.m. last hxprc-s, arriving Ui hi.
Lou in h..'i0 i. ni.; Chicago, T .'io, a.m.
a 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VlLLE FAST LINE
Arriving' n Cincinnati K '.'J), a.m.; Louis
vlll, B:.r., a.ia.: lcdifiiipoli-, 4 1! a.m.;
I'aineryi'r! ty tliH liniu irivut above
OF ANY OTflEH EOUTK.
1,10 p. id. (ant Mail wltli aW-pcrs much-
!. fur t-T. Lol'IS ami IIH.AMi,
arriTin in Ht. Iiul at ti:M a.m. '. hi
r '.') Hi M p.m. CunneitiUK ut ()lili
or Ktrtwrtiam lur fiin-innall, IxiuUvillc
FAST TIME EAST
I'awtiwr )it tlilf line ii'i tlironcli to
th" Kt Without any irly f au-J t y
JheVA'iUKIY AKTHiNOON THAI N
KKhM t'AllfO ACKIVK-i I.N NKW
VoHK MOM 'A Y IOHl.(
36 HOURS INI ADVANCE
OK ANi OTI1KU not i i:.
A(3iertj''iii(-nt of rompftin? lin'n that
tlity make liotter time than this on", are
are Unupi) fMfT through ignorance or
,t r,lrt to ml sic a 0 the puiilh:.
ror throoitli tii'ktita aud inlornntlnn,
ipply -it illiLoi- C-'iitral K. H. l-pot,Cilro.
.A.,-, - Vf
O'u'l Sgiithern .t.
J. II. JoK:. Ticket At.
y.hr .-flV-i'ti nf -rror un'1 ;uii in
U) mrl v In' Muiisiivl Ktril. Ini
m tiniinirnM t i tiianiai- rc-movul.
Nfw n.thil in iriiiucnt. New
2 ami rrinarkilt nnit'll a. Hooka
!y!n't ' ri'tilara sen', true in Miiil
'Ti envUtin. .iirss llo AllU Alt-'
k0 K r urioi. II i v. Niulh Kt. 1'hila-
30 i. ilii i. I'.u An intlmtion hur
13 Jgil'sa liijrti rfp'Uation lor hnimr-.
" Ulilf ciwlfl ai'l prufmiuuul
l or ;irti-.tl': I'lmf nymphs at anioJ';ratt;
.nt rail :it OuititV"1 Wi.toll IrtlliT)".
ilorse, lniytry, luirii'.'!-, and a compile
HllU for the sum'.1. Tho horse, five
yfrs old, buggy and liurticsa nearly
npw, all lor one hundred and fifty dollars.
Apply to X. W. Hacker, TO Ohio leyt e.
lira. Thouipoun Jlrl'rn, llouii-o-pnlhlr
: With 3onte thirty year's cxperirnoo In
ihe praelie lit the profession, bp; eonrt
den', lit t"nil' tIiik our servir-es to the
public. Office No. t;j Ohio lnvep, Itp
afalr", 2-t f
llavx You A Co ilk h T
lliut dry, hacking cough h tlw herald
ol approaehlng eonumption. To check
the w lit prorefa of the di-Vrover,
prompt and deeWive iiieanrf s miit he
resorted to. A doie ol Dr. Morris' Syr
up of Tnr, Wild Cherry and Horohonnd,
taken when the coughing Fpellscome on,
will afford immediate relief, and event
ually ellect a thorough cure. It will be
tound f.'iually ljcneficial In all lorrm of
throat and lunjr disorders. In oases ol
rroup it in of inestiinahle value, '.'all at
the dnii; store of
and in juiro about It. Tli"y will furnish
you with a trial le bottle for 10 ccnK
I.argo ie.s BO cent' and One Dollar.
Also. BKonts for Trot, barker's Plea?
ant Worm Syrup, which never tail.
Pleasant to take, and requires no physic
f'rlee 2o ivntA.
Tutiucrit mill Cia""r.
ilethanta, grocery and saloon' keepen
should not toret that Aleisrs. Corli A"
Rankin, proprietors ol the Prairie Jlato
'l'obaeeo Knetory at Metropolis, have
opened an e?r.:iMlahment at the corner
of Slstn street and Ohio levoo In this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
retiiil business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and moct eotnplotc stock oi
ohacco and cigars ever opened
in 'airo, and uro prepared to
supply tho wants of the trado at the.
lowest living prices. Dealers are ln
vltMd to eall and examine their stock.
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
meus' Rarmcnt", No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Oentlcmcns' hats dyed and
denned and blocked In the latest style.
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove Impurities from all labrlcs with
out Injury to the material. lm.
The knbiliu of tb above order meet
at their hall the flritaudlhud Mr.mlar
la ukuii tnonln. Uouirneralal avenue, it it...
SOIlta 01 U m o p Ul.
JlJIlK jt liOLKli,(J, o. M
AMCAXON LOUOK, NO. 81.
KnlKhf ol Pythiaa, nmuaTery FYi.
uy main ai UUI-uui avvau. in tiiifl
I .'lutnoullur Comauuiikr.
Al.KXANL-fiH l,OU0Jt, HO.
3rJrlowa, uwrta THry ThuiaUar oiith
" at nalf-tautt acvau, In ituu liall oi
uiuioMmuviiK unuir ur i k 1 1 - m . I
iinni'ii!ial arccuc. Iiftwi Buthanii tVfntL
" WILL K. HAklNn, N. li
' 1A1HO JXCA.MPMENT, I. O. O. F., nivt.
v.n Oili-Uowa' iUU on lbs flnt and third
i Nuiiay in viry montb, at half-it uvtn
A. COMIHOH, C P
JK, Holil t
JtLX aonir H
' aud Kit
i;aiiioLouuk. No.itm.A.ir. a m.
i reirular cuiuiuumcmtiona in kLa
Hull, corner Commcrolal kTuniw
-iK in li )trw.-t. on ttia kiiuonu and
i.nrth MuuJav of tec:h month.
H4TK Of All VKBISISIti.
(fAll bill for k-lvrtieuig, am iut anl pajr-
able in .DVkMi
Trannii-nt Ivcrtiting will t inafrt.il attb
rate of tl pmu)ukr for the fir.t lnantioo
anj rwnta for mob aubamufnt one A litwral
'llitcountwlll be maJa on A'amllnK an t
ForlntertinK Fum-ntl noii' tl ; Noticcul
mwtlng of sock'Ua or u.-wt ordnrt (i wnu for
each ilk rtion
Church, eoci!t7, Kf-etiTalur 1 uipr toU-v
will only be inxrtei aa a lTcrtltemecu
Ko atvTtlimpnt will be rwl"l atlaaa tliao
to Wita, ami no anTortiftrimt will n lnn4
f ir Inn tban three dollar iter montb
i ocai. rihi.sjims oicr
Of one 'qtiHre H lines r.pai'e) or more, In
iierU'd In the Rllletin as follows : (Lena
than one "(juare counted as a square.)
One inrertlon per square $ TO
I'wo Iniiertlons per square- 75
I'hree insertions per square I 00
Six iiifrrtiona per .iquare 1 "fl
I wo weeks pr FJiuitre 2 60
Ono month jkt Efi'iare S "ii
.Special rates made on larjfi ailvrtiw-
incuts or lor lotijrcr lime,
l ifl Hratnr Kpon.
LaLMO, 111., I m, I, lT,
Tiua I Dan. I .Th. I W ixd I Vat.
8 I H
S-ritiniit, Siynal .Service. I'. A,
SA'I I l:IAY. .11. NK 2 b".
A lioitm on Oivision street, hetween
Wa.-hingtori fivt-nuo nii l Walnut atreet.
Apply to W. R. smith,
A po-itive cure. Paltilf-ss and .tain
less. Price, ord'-r from Dr. ouiney
A. Si'ott, 2T- PiTin ave., I'ittsburg, Pa.,
'r throii;li any drufji.'t. A UN ral dis
coutit t' ilenlers. ireular free.
fixture hihI HrarkfU.
Xy' w" --.,, 'Oil t,ig nw,Av
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
largo stock of brackets, 'helves, frames,
rhromos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain ta-ifcK lancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture lrauiiiig made a speciality
Chromos mounted in t!i cheapest and
bet -tyle. ltu
llollonny a I'llIN nml Oliitinenl
iscrofula was considered Incurable until
be great discovery of "Uolloway's Tills
and O uieut'' flatbed upon the world.
Diweaiice whi ih battled the Hklll of the
medical 8 'boo!, readily yield to the pter-ie-a
rcmedica. Scurvy, erysipelas, lalt
rbeum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
re eurablo by tbpui. Twenty-live cents
per box or pot.
To all who are suffering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ncr
vouj weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a redpe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
einedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a "elf-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
Imnan, Station D. BlbM House, New
rk Citv. l-20-Cm
The DebrU of the B.velem
Must either pass through lrs natural
channeh of exit, the howels, the kidneys
and tho porss, or, In detanlf. thereof,
poison and disorder tho fluids of the sys
tem. In order to effect tho 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 o when they are not. Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters stimulate the action of
the excretory organs, and by diB'using a
genial warmth through the circulation,
encourage moderate perspiration. By
this triple eft'ect the exodus ot the toeeal
and other waste matters are encouraged,
and the system treed from peril It would
otherwise incur. The action ol the
bowels which follows the ttseo this
beneficent alterative is easy and unac
companied by griping, and its stlmnla
t iye efteet upon the urinary organs v'ry
conducive to their local health.
roamniT llm Dcnert
Is generally an eventlnl episode in life;
whether it be as pilgrim to worship the
prophet's shrine at Mecca, or as a part ol
a earayan of merchants. Tho dangers of
the destructive eii'noon, attacks ot preda
tory robbers and tho agony of dying
Irom thirst aro dissipated on reaching
one of thoso gardens ot the dee:t, an
oasis. Partaking of that which recuper
ates, they meet their future difficulties
with recruited strength and renewed en
ergies. So with modern life, datigers
from disease threaten all humanity, but
it wo make use of a remedy which allevi
ates accute attacks of sickness, thus pre.
venting their becoming chronic, we shall
realize that necessary and refreshment in
traveling llto's desert which has been dis
covered in the Home Stomach Bitter?.
1O0AL POCUT PUCKS. ,
Djniond Grain Powder only 30 cents
per lb. ut the New York store. 4t
Mr. arid Mrs. Corlis and family are
liuine Iroiu Mcruphia.
''hsre was no business ol importance
traniacted hi t he poli courts yesterduy
-Rev. Mr. Ueorife will be home thi
(Saturday) evening, and will conduct er
Vices on huinbty.
There was a lueeiingof the tax-pay
ers association held at .Mr. 0. R. Wood
ward's ire n htore lust night.
"Domestic'' Sewing machines Hi
at llannon & Co.'s agency, ;it
The Union county bond ease is still
on trial in the circuit court. It is now
certain that the trial will continue
through the greater part ot next week
Rev. Mr. George will reach home
this afternoon, and will conduct services
In the Presbyterian church at tho regu
lar hours to-morrow morning nud even
ing. Religious services will be held lu the
episcopal and Methodist churches to
morrow at the regular hours.
Snger Sewing Machines at Bt.
Louis prices, at the agency of llannon
& Co. 3t
Baking Powder, the best in use lor
con's per pound at. New York Store,
mm '.nut t,f Police Arter is alter t ie
dogs, and thoso who desire to protect
their dogs from the wrath to come,
should pay the tax on thfin without
We call attention to the advertise,
rueiit of Messrs. Stockfletb A Bros,
wholesale dealers in wines and liquors,
to be found in another column nf this
You can buy t'ewing Machines as
cheap In ( airo as any ol the cities. Call
and see llannon d Co. .it,
shoes, Oaiters and Slipper i, call and
''xamiiie the cheapest line ot tdioes ever
s'jld in Cairo at New York Store, 4t
Kvi ry variety of lipper.s lor infants,
cliikrcn, girls, hoys, women and men
just received at Livingstons' -dine stoic,
Light li -tre-t. ;u
The Cairo ity Bindery, A. H'. Pyatt
it Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work ol evi-iy description in their line in
lirst-cla'ii and workmanlike manner, lm
Yeiterd -y was collecting day, and
the collector was numerous. He was,
to be f -en at every street corner, in ev
ery store, grocery, saloon and office in
I. M. Ward has gone into the lie
bUfine-s, and is now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of the city. Orders lc it
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the ptiritv of the ice delivered guar
anteed. 1 2-1 m
Persons having magazine?, periodi
cals, etc., which they desire to have bound
should take them to the Cairo City Bind
ery, where they will be done at reasonable
rates and in lirst-elass. order. 1-lin
A very pleasant party took place at
t.. , m nnd ir. sfallord on
Thutsday evening. Of those prcncim
were nearly all the more prominent citi
zens ot ' 'airo, and sever.tl gentlemen Irom
abroad, among them .). Corning .hid J,
of Chicago, and others.
Y number of proiuincnP officers ol
the Illinois Central railroad, among
them (ieneral Superintendent Jtll'rey,
Divisioa Superintendent Heek, Manager
Tucker, and Auditor Ackerman, were in
the city yesterday on business connected
with the road.
Coffee We oiler 1 lbs. choice Pea-
berry lor 1 00.
4 lbs. Golden coffee lor $1 00.
4 lbs. choice Rio coffee for $ 1 03.
4J lbs. prime Rio coffee for 1 00.
5 lbs. fair colfee for $1 00.
At New York store. -ft
.Jacob Klee, comer of Washington
avenue and Twelfth street, is now pre
pared to supply the citizens of Cairo with
pure lake ice at the lowest living prices.
His wagon makes dally rounds, and w ill
deliver ic In any pari ot the city. Ice
depot at corner Washington avenue and
Twelfth stree', where all orders should
be left. l-2-tf
Hams, breakfast bacon We offer to
the rtail trade best brands of sugtr
cured canvased hams for I2jc. per lb.
Sugar cured breakfast bacon Irom 11$ to
12J per lb. Our stock in meats comprises
all lines, which wo shall offer a', the
lowest cash prices. New York Store, 4t.
The spring term of the Cairo pub
lie schools concluded yesterday. A four
months vacation will lollov. Tho ex
ercises at the high ichool yesterday at-
terr.oon were witnessed by a large num
ber ol the friends and patrons of
the icJiool, and were of a pleasing
and interesting character.
At the conclusion of the exercises
in the high school yesterday, Mrs. Alvord
and Miss Mary Pattison were each the
recipient of a handsome present from the
members of the B and C classes. Mrs. Al
vord was presented with a handsome
book of poems, and Miss Pattison with
an autograph album and flue gold pen.
I.ycurg'is, the great law-giver of
Greece, In order to produce a healthy,
vigorous race, had all the Imperfectly de
veloped children put to death at birth.
Such violent measures could have
been avoided had the mothers of those
children known how condusiye it is to
the health of the offspring to wear good
shoes. Such as those kept at Livings
ton's shoe store, Klghth street. 3t
The .Tonesboro UaztUt ol this wik
says : "Southern Illinois, especially this
portion, never had a better prospect trr
a prosperous season. Wheat never
looked better, and somo of our farmers
say that it will yield twenty to," thirty
bushels per acre. Our fruit prospect is
most flattcriug. In tho vicinity of Cob
den and Makaudu they will have a good
crop ol peaches, apples, pears, and oilier
fruits. So let the Turks and Iltisslans
light. If it will keep up our markets it
will bring a season of prosperity never
before equaled lu our Egypt.'1
Arlington hoUdnJvali: DavM Por
ter,' Rolls Porter.Ne Grand Chain ; VT.
T. Conly, Jackson, Tenn.; H. De Lsney,
H. Small, C.T.Haywood, St. Louis, Mo.',
John L. Johnson, Win. Helm, Vienna;
James Elliott, Joppa, III.; Wm, K. Lacy,
Belknap, III.; Capt. 1. W. Jacobs, steam
er Ales. Mitchell, J, A. Hai.kin, New
Orleaus; Geo. W. Linn, Chicago; S. B
IVnn, Uliikleyllle, Ky.; C. 11. Thoiiia.1,
C. W. Horr and wile, Blandville, hy.
Relrigerators.the very Jical, m a.
Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue. Also,
loves and tinware, toilet ware, table md
pocket cutlery, gardeu and farmers' Im
plements, plows, corn planters and shell
er, sulkey rakes, and a general stock of
stoves, tiu and hardware, flower stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, banging has-kets ci all
kinds ; the largest variety ot bird ages
In the city aud will be sold very lo at
A. Halliy's, 115 Coiumercifil avenue,
Assessor and Treasurer Hely v, ho has
spent the last week or ten days In the
country preciucts ot the county on an
assessing tour, returned to the city yes
terday. He reports the wheat in all
parts of the county In fair cotuiiion, and
farmers happy over the prospect ot an
extra large yield. Farmers arc getting
corn plauilng done as rapidly as possible,
and lu a lew days will be through with
the work. An unusually Urge acre
age will be pluoted.
Mr. Ed. Braxton, that cliiel of ton-
sonul artists, has taken charge of the
shop on Eighth street, owned by the late
Daniel Lampert. Ed. Braxton is one ol
the best barbers in the state, as well us a
gentleman in hi? intercourse with his
patrons, lie was one of the sufleren in
the late lire at the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly. He is now trying to hudd tip again,
and we bespeak tor him a lair share ol
patrgnnge. lie deserves it. tl
We have received a circular announ
cing the appointment of Mr. N. S. Pen
ningtonlo be general freight agent ol the
I airo and incennes railroad, vice Mr.
Charles .s. Sawyer resigned. Mr. Pen
nington is well and lavorably known to
the business men o Cairo, and we are
sure his appointment will give general
satisfaction to tho patrons ol the road.
lie has been connected with the Cairo
and Viiicenin s ruml lor a long time, and
s perhaps better mialiricd to lill the po
sition than any other man that could be
appointed. We congratulate hi ut and
wish him success in his new position.
All In need of dental work should
avail themselves of the opportunity and
have Dr. Whitlock, who is stopping at
the Odonley house in this cltv, tor a few
iys, examine their teeth. 'The doctor
comes well recommended as a superior
operator, and there is no doubt but what
he will give satisfaction to all those who
I'iVor him with a call. HlandMU Xws.
To this we wish to add a word. Dr.
Whitlock is as thoroughly posted in his
profession as any other man In .Southern
Illinois. lie Is a graduate ot one of the
best dental college- in this country. And
further, the Ilrm of which he is a member
In composed of gentlemen of character
and ability in their calling, anil those
who have dealin wH tvuou will find
iucib to oe as represented.
; Arrivalsat the Planter's House were
W. J). Porter, New Grand Chaiu, 111;
J. W. Ptice, Allendale, 111.; J. F. Mimics,
May Held, Ky.; C. S. B'ack, Kentucky;
R. M. Johnson, Caledonia, III.; C. F.
Huttoii, St. Louis; T. J. Patterson,
Charleston, Mo.; F. M. Dougherty,
Steamer Robin; A. Bouyn, New Madrid,
Mo., S.J. Hess and sister, Vienna, 11!.;
E. A. Altomus, Texas; A. II. Uolderby,
Carmi, HI.; Mrs. Hannah McLain,
Shawneetown. III.; H. C. Ash
Hill; O.W. Andrews, Charleston, Mo.;
J. D. Bar.'. Hartsvilte, La.; Juuics A.
Watt, Planter's House, Hickman, Ky.;
S. A. Greatham, St. Louis.
The railroad ease wnicli Is bfore
Jiidi-e Baker, at Cairo, in Alexander
county, caused the following named per
sons to visit Cairo this Week: Judge M.
C. Crawlord, Sheriff A. J. Ninimo,
county clerk. W. 9. Manners, attorneys
Jackson Frick and L. W. Ninimo, Col.
E. A. Wlllard, Mr. J. H, jiam
enn, ex-mayor John Grenr, city
cleric Sidney Grear, Messrs. A. II. Crow
ell, Geo. Barrlnger, Ben. tl. Anderson,
etc. They all went down on a special
train, furnished by tho railroad com
pany and in charge of Road Master Eng
lish. Messrs. Cauda and Searls were
also among tho passengers. A Jolly
crowd, all lu all. and as they do not
know when they will be home Cairo will
have to entertain therawois;-o ?
Arrivals at the St. Charles hotel yes
terday were W. C. Melyln, New York;
J. Campbell, W. II. Stroe7U, 81. Louis ;
P. 11. Edrington' Chicago ; Mrs. F. D.
Maxwell and children, Mound Station,
Indiana ; Mrs. R. .1. Monroe and family,
New Orleans; B. K. Atkinson, John
Hodnet, editor St. Louis Times, St. Louis;
Win. Pile and wife, Arlington, Ky.;
Win. Uldrich, Green Bay, Wis,; J. c.
Willis, Metropolis; A.J. Nimmo, C. S
Chase, Jonesboro ; W. A. Kyser, Mis
souri; C. A. Beck, Cciitralin ; A. J. Nor
man, St. Louis ; (I. P.. Gleeson, Louis
ville, Ivy.; W. W. Barr, Carbondale ;
John W. Smith, Lvansvilio; II. C. Stayer
and wife, St. Louis ; O. P. Smith, Chi
cago; C. R. Alexander, Washington;
A. A. Beattie; Salem, N. i.; E. Warrl
ner, St. Louis ; W. E. Clifford, Chicago ;
Jno. frogs. Hloonilngtoii ; F. T. Lack,
Chicago; J. C. Bartlett ; Louisville ; Da
Vid McDowell and wile. Holly Springs'
Judge F. Bross, haying done. with
politics, has gone into a business which
we hope will at least provu more remu
nerative. Ho has formed a Co-partnership
with Mr. F. M. Stoeklleth In tlw
liquor business, and their card reads:
"Stoeklleth & Hross, Importers and
Wholesale Dealers In Foreign and Do
mestic Wines and Liquors, No. C2
Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois."
Tiila Is undoubtedly a strong linn, and
that It will provo a successful jne can-
cot be doubted. Both member of the
bonss are old and experienced hands in
the liquor business, and both belntr men
of energy and go-aheaditiyeness, they
win carry their business traneaetions
Info every section of tb conn
tty tor hundreds ot miles around.
Judge Hross U a man 'of great energy
and business tact, and will devote his en
tire time and attention to the work of
building up and cxtendlm? the business
of the new firm. Mr. Stockfletb. also
energetic aud wide-awake, will keep up
ms enu oi toe business. Hence we pre
dict tint the new firm of Stockfletb &
Bross is destined to become the most
popular lu the southwest. Success to the
The following Is a list of letters re
maining uucalled lor at the postoffice at
Cairo, Alexander county, III., Saturday,
June Is ,1377:
Ladies Byon, Mary A; Buford,
Manda; Broom, Sarah; Burtan, Sarah;
Culley, Mrs. S; Dayls, Mrs. C A; Earl,
Mrs. E; Freman. Maria; Huston, Susan;
Jackson,' Ilinnab; Johnson, Minnie;
Jones, Maggie; Lawrence, Catherine;
Moore, Ella; McGlnnls. Marlr.McKalno,
Lizzie; Maloney, Mrs. P; Peck, Fannie;
Puckett, .Mary. W; Shehan, Mary A;
Smith, Miss. Lizzie; Vaun, Catherine;
Gexts. Arbuckle, Simon; Bush, D
C; Bailey ,0 W; Bywa er.E G; Brownell,
DrE C Carpenter, AD; Cot, Matr;
Cochran, Patt; Dodson, J V; Dunn, R
G; Ferguson, J. W; Fine, J D; Farmer,
Wm; Hay ward, A W; Husselback, Cbns;
nopklns, Henry; Heir ng, Jack;
Hor, M; Jones, J F; Jackson, G M; Kecb
Geo II, Langston, T J; Mathews, Alfred;
Marquard, Edward; McDonald, John;
Mel.alu, Samuel; Rickey, II; Reddick,
Stephen; Tooher, James ; Thomas, Jas;
Trunick, W B; Ventrus, John; Wood, G
A; Wilson, J M ; Wilson, S W; Water
.Persons eslling for any ot the above
letters will please say "advertised."
Geo. W. McKfiio, P. ..
higbt lbs. of white coffee sugar fur jl,
at New York .Store. it
Three mules, spring wagon and liar-
nes, very low. Apply to James Ross.
Pieces of choice prints at lower prices
than ever old before in Cairo, at New
York Store. j,t
Ilooin lu Let,
Suitable for a bed room furnished or un
furnished. For particulars inquire on
the premises ol Mas. M. Ii. Harhki.i.. tf
W ood ! H ood ! !
A large quantity of wood, ady lor
the stove, for sale at the Cairo and Vin
cenues railroad freight depot, nt $8 00
per car. it
YVe offer two lbs. standard peaches for
12 cents ; all other canned goods very
I . ... ct, nt V v -......
Wood ! Wood ! ! Wood ! ! !
Tho Cairo Box and Basket company
will deliver wood in any part of, the city
at $1.12i a load ; also kindling at j cents
a bundle. Orders may be left with W.
II. Monis, secretary, ut his office in the
City National bank building 27-2")
Wkoleanle and Uptutl.
Our stock is the largest assorted stoeic
in Southern Illiuois, being complete in
all lines. We oiler our goods at lower
prices than ever before sold in this mar
ker. All we ask Is to call and obtain our
prices for cash. Truth will out. New
York Store. -ft
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 couducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and laud
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
Ind it to their advantage to call upon
ICE ! ICE!
Huse, Loomis A Co., dealers In north
ern lake ice, have removed their office
from tho comer 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 tho city
Those desiring tho cold stuff will leave
their orders at the new office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
James Kavanacgh, Manager.
Caibo, Ilia, May 17, 1S77. G-17-lin
W a bsrAHTWifT, Uivm KaeoT, )
June 1, 1877. I
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f crifca Slxnal Service, U . 8. A .
Kttato ot William hracktm, deceased
The tinderslgoed, havlug been appointed
administratrix of the estate ot William
i, ,. i.i. Af Iha Aniinlv nf AlAVandur
lYllienou, mm " vw.... w-
and 8tate of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
. , . L. . . . I. ...,11 Bn,.An. Laliira II, A
IlOtlUB lUllll eno will nullum uc.viw
county court ot Alexander county, at the
court Wise In Cairo at the June term,
,I,A v.lr,l K1in,1uir tn .tntin nnTt. lit
which timo nil persons having claims
acainst said estulo aro notillod and re
....Aa....t .a ntin.i tn .ha mimo-A nf havinff
tho sums ntjustel. All persons Indebted
to said estate era reu.uoai.cu . i
diet pwment to the undersigned.
Dated this 17tb day of April, A. D. 1877.
- CABOM.NI E. acksn, '
Th. undersigned have formed a co-partnership In the whole!
LIQUOR & WINE
Business, heretofore carried on by F. M. Stockfleth, end wll
continue the same at the
No. 62 Ohio Levee,
Under the firm name of
Stockfleth & Bross
And Invite their friends and patrons to call on them.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
To my former patrons and the public generally :
Having formed a co Dartnershiu with F. Bmas uhn is uait
and favorably known in the cltv
thanks for past favors and patronage, and solicit a continuance
of the same In tho future. F. M. STOCKFLETH
J. U. MULKtY. D. T. utVKOkR, .1. St. Lax.li.i
MULKEY, LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFIi E: f oinnn trial Avenue,
I.inemtr A fjint'len
Bun nleai conr.
at ntHcr o
Antrim I'm H er.
The nioxt miserable beings In the world
arc thine sintering from dyspepsia and
Moi p than seventy-live per cent ol tho
people In the Cuited Mates are afflicted
with these two diseases and their ellect a
nicb as sour stnmavh, sick headache, haul
tial costiveness, palpitation of the heat
heart-burn, wates brash, enawlnn an
burning pains at the pit of the stomach
yellow skin, coated tongue and tliae;ree
utile ta-tc in the mouth, coming up ol food
alter eating, low spirits, etc. uo to ralil
U. S .-hull . druRK"1! "fM-ent bottle of
Al'f.l'HT Ft.oWKit, nr a sample bottle for
10 cents. Try It two doies will relieve
Iloaeliee'a Uerninn Nyrnp.
Can cow be purchased right at home; it
Is the moit successful preparation ever In
troduced to our people. Jt works like a
charm in all casfiH consumption pneumo
nia, hemorrhage, .utlmia, nevere coughs,
croup, and other throat and lun; diseases
No person has ever used this medicine
without getting immediate relief, yet there
are a good many poor, puttering, .ikeptica
porsons going about our meets with asus
plcious couch, ami the voice ol consump
tion coming from their IntiH, that will not
try it. If you die, it Is your own fault, as
you can so to Paul (i. Hi'-huh, ilruiridit, and
Bet a sample bottle for 10 cents and try It
three does will relieve any case. Keimlar
ize only 75 cents. eow.
nr. n innvrvN, TV T, c.
Umimercial avfDues, Cairn, JI!d.
St. Louis, Mo.
IHOS. A. BICE, A. M. 1. 1,. B..
I AS. KICK, A. M., Piim-ipals
I. H. HUKWUOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP! $81 00
MOST Complete. Thorough and 1'raotlca
cour of study in the United State a
courae indUpen-ilile to pvny youug nmn em
barking on the s of life.
for Illuitratsd Xut'uUr,
TH09. A. RrCI. A. U., L. L. B.,
E. r. Runkei'e Bitter H'lne or Iron
has never been Known to fail in the cure ot
weakness, attended with symptoms ; Indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, genera' weuknes, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, lunuor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite witu dye. eptic smp
toms, h-it bauds, fjathini; oi the bo ly, dry
ness of the skin, pallid eouutenai ce and
eruptions on the face, puritylnt! me blood,
pain In the Da-It, heaviness ol the eveltds.
frequent black sport flying bofore the eyes
with temparary sufflsion and loss of sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wtne of
Iron. It never falls. Thousands are now
enjoying health who. have used it. Take
only E.F. Kunkel's. -
neware or counterfeit) and base Imita
tions. As Kunkel's blttor Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the country, drug-1
gists themselves make an Imitation and try
to sell U oil to their customers, when they
eall for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in il bottles, snd has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on the wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the pnoto
irraDh on the outside, and you will always
be sure to pet the ecntiine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for t5. Sold by druggists and
AJ.l. WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
K. P. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
in destroy Pin Seat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the only successful physician
who removes Tape Worm In two hours
alive, with head, and no foe until removed,
Common seuao teaches that If Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can re reauuy
destroyed. Send lor circular to lr. Kun
kel, NO. 2011 florin ISiniU airnei, a uiiuuci-
Phia.ra.. or call on your uriiKS'". " n
for a " nt Kunkel's Worm Syrup
Price f 1.001 U never ran,
NOTICE OF FINAL SEI'N.EMKXT.
i...... .fTimmu v.. flolllvan. deceased.
To whom It may concern Please take no-
lice tlist i nave wen my iimu ii
Adimiii.lratororsaid estate, aud shall ap
ply to the county court of Alexander
mintv. ait tlnir as a court of Probate, at tho
June term thereof, to-wlt: on the third
Monday ol June. a. u. iBn,iur iuu aim
final dlsobarge from all further liability as
administrator of said estate.
M. J. McHAULEY,
Cairo, 111., May a2d,15T7. dot.
and vicinity I hnrthv PAtiinn -
Mark These Faots
Tb Testimony of the Whole World.
"I bailnoa.,.tit" ; IMloway'a TiHna- me
1 'Vour Pilis aro marvelous."
'-I send tor another box, and kep tham In iha
"Dr. Holloway has cured my htarlacoe that
' I save one nl your Pills to my babe lor chol
era inorbua. The dear litUe thing got well in
''My nausea of a morning is now cured "
" our box of Ilollowayre Ointment oureit me
I ... ."nr, ,,, ni ii,,, i niDtied some) or yonr
j Ointment Inhind the earn, and the noise hat left."
iumlly " "Ofii want one tot a poor
"1 nclogo a dnllarj your price 1, 21 rents, but
the medicine tome is worth a dollar."
' ' Send me li ve boxes of your 1'ilia . "
"It me have three boxen of your Tills by re
turn mail, for i.hilla and Kever"
lhaveover! such Untimonlala agtheae.btit
want of apm-e eon.)H-U me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Anil nil eruption of the akin, "the ointment la
limit invaluable,. It does not heal externally
I alone, but penetrates with the most searching
! eUei'ieto the very root of the evil.
fnv i -i i'iI i.-j . i . ry'o vi nj diseases
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all dloeascB affecting these, organs, whether
iu Hiocn or too nine water; or
whether they be aUlicted with atone or gTayel, or
with acbea ami pains settled in the loina over the
region of the kiduuya, theae Pills should be ta
ken according o the printed directlona, mi the
Ointment should be well rubbed into the small ol
the back at lied time. This treatment will give
almoit immediate relief when all other means
! Fof stomachs Out of Order.
, No medicine itl so i-nectually improve the
tone oi the atomaoh aa these fills; they remowe
all acidity oooaaioned either by intemwrinM I?
: mproper diet. 1 tie,, reach ufe live7dfu
; it to a Wltby actionitoeyarewonderluilieBei?
; cioua m cases ol spasru-iu fact they nee (ail in
the world foV the ioilowing iiSl7S
Asthum, Ililloua Complaints, lilotcbes ou the
kin, llowcU, Consumption, Debility, Dropsy.
lyentery, trysipelus, Kemale Irregularitiei
levers ot'all kinds, ITits, Uout. HeauneTludi-
, ., iuimiuuiion, jaiuoice, x,iver Com
I plaint), Lumbago, files, Uheuinatism. Reten
; tion ol urine, Scrofula or King's Kvil, 0re
lbroat, Stono aud UraveJ Tio-Donloureux.
I Tumor, Ulcers, Woraia ci' all kinds, tVeaknesa
I Irom any cause, etc.
j IMPORTANT CAUTION.
, None are genuine unless the signature of J.
iiayiiocn, as agent tor the united Mtates, sur
rounds each box of fills, and Ointment. A
handsome reward will he given to any one Ten
dering euch Information at may lead to tlw
detection of any party orpurtiea counterfeiting
the medicinea or veuJing the same, kaowlag
them to be spurious.
V Sold at the manufactory of Professor HL
Loway & Co. , New York, and by all respectable
druggists ana dealers In medicine throughout
the civilized world, in boxes at 24 cents, "
cents and tl each.
Ct There la considerable saving by tiling the
N. B.-Dlrec(!ons for the gnldance of patients
In every dlnonv are affixed to each box
Offlce, 11 a iberty St., New York
Jl t less VCox-tll
To every reader of i bis paper who sends n this
certlflcate ami fl we will forward, for one year.
"The Tivuure " a mutfiilttcunt IllustrHtea
Moi thly Journal and Housekeeper' Magas.ne,
and out copy of our new au elegant premium
A-KING A BI.ESsISU."
A roaster lece ot tb Dusaeldorf choil cf genre
painti g, by frof. Jordan, ait e
ecuieil in the highest style of the art Kctall
price of, which I &, and a oopy i f the lollow
lug b.autlful poem deacriptive of the cUromo, la
elegaut Illuminated color for framing.
Ayi but wait, good wile, a minute;
1 have Hrtt a word to aayi
Pa yon know what to day Is?
Mother, 'us our wedding dayt
Just a now we sat at supper
when th guests had gun a wart
You uil that tide. I sat this side,
Forty years ago to-day I
Then what plans we laid together
W hat brave things I meant to do I
Could ws dream to-day would fla4 US
At this taule-meand yout
Better so, no doubt and yet I
Sometimes think I cannot tell
Had our boy-ah, yea! I know, dear;
Ves, He doeth ail things well.
Well we've had our Joys and sorrows,
.Shared our .miles as well as tear;
And the IkmI of all -I've had yeur
J-'althml love for forty years I
Poor we' ve been, but not forsaken :
tirief we've known, but never enaaie
Father for Thy endless mercies
StiU we bless my noiynama:
This I a tare cbaaa
for yon to makenaoD
large caan rominur-
alnnaand fflva von exclusive territory. Seawl
us oue dollar, avoid unneceeaary con
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men copies l cents, none tree.
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