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DIRECTOR (Mj ?j
..illtO BUSINESS HOUSES
t.Any Imslne st rtrrn can have three linn
tct, In tlii column under npiisopi tats heading
liberate ol SI. So r ln ttt r tMipcfjear
aauir iiu,iuri7 in imvanie.
Hardware). Moves Mud tin War.
A. HALt.KY-Heeler in Strives. Tlnsnd Mini
sere, Uaiden nil Kuril' Implements, Win
jr.ons, HeirlgeralofS, l limps ami lamins.
HCommeToml Avenue, (iitifTinx, and Job
work done oa sliurt injure.
.1. S.MciiAHE y- llralerin hstd and soft luui
Mr, UourliiK, eeillnr, siding iin.l surfaned
iuiiilrer, luui snd shingles. Ofllca and yen!
xiniT t weiiiu-in street uiii n iuliiuif Inn avenue
LANCASTER ft ItlCK-Drulini in Irish
loon, blinds, etc.. hard noil lull liimljer nd
lungies. laid ami oilice, Commercial avenue,
orui-r i Jin biiyci.
D. HAUTUAK-DoUr la Uueenswarr. Tove,
Liuips ul nil kluds ol Ism y rticl"t. Cummer-
? 41 avenue, earner ui iit, t
1 WILLIAM vWINTI!R-lxlli iiml between
Clothing aud Hm lwiil Tallorlngr.
JOHN ANTRIM -Merchant Tailor anil dealer
IB Heady stalls Clotlnag. 78 Ohio Iavi.
RmI Kilatt Acrurif.
M. .?. HOWLET-Reel Estate Apent. Uuys
end will rral estate, collects rent, pays taxta
tor non-residents, etc.. Commercial avenue, be-
iween.tiniu am leninetrerts.
II INKLE s THISTLE WOOD-
II CotUjn ami Tobacco Factors ami pro-
iiiiniin ui sue raniirra' 4 ouacco art-nouse.
6 A l-l Conuumercial Auntie.
j General orwuritji.jr anil Commission
luercbam, lor the Mile ol rami, balden,
.-hard aud Dairy Produce. Kiohio Levee.
fJ A. WHEELUCK A CO.
Ij lifinTsl rorwardin
ilinir ami oiiiini'slon
nail l.tnrln r.f Kriiilaud
merchants , and dealers li
I'roduTe," OM Umi. I oimiKinin'iiU solio-
iimi, mraciis nirainueuonsppiicaiioii
. K. M. K. I .
I Tin- s. nights of the alnne order uit
I at ttisir hall IbeUrtlaudllilld Monday
a eacb nmntri. Cotonwruial aveuuc, i Uooi
fwitli of iita uml, at p in .
loim I). Hoi xm, (J. (i. M
ACAM)N LOUtiK, NO. M.
KaiirtiU of rvthlmi, ma t cvi nr Fri
lUy nlKut at oalf-ixuil aTo. in CW.1-
fdluw' liail. llowi,
AI.KX ANlKR lAilX.K, NO. i.-i4.
ItMlrprmloit Onlrr of 0ld-ru.
Iowa, iiih-u rvtry 'lliumlay uirlit
al uit-tiui wtbi, in iwir nail on
mniT-ial aTnui, ln twwn Hiith aoJ Hcvcntfa
:ntts r, 11. llaK)BD, U
lAIRO KNC'AMI'MKNT. I. 0. O. f., nirrta
yinXlii rH)w' Hall on the flralinl Uiml
I mailuy In rirry uionUi, at lialf-pul avn
. aJAIUU lAJliiaK. NO 'J7.A.F. Ta. M.
Jr ilnUl nvular umiiiUBltstioDa in Ha
. JkTaonic Hall, eumrr Cuiniurrdul avtnut
' .'anil kiaiiin atnvt, on Uie wvonit ami
uurta MoihUv ofuwii DkiuUi.
KATKH OF ADVKHTIMMll.
' AU bllU for atlvtrtiaiBfr, art luc ami pay
able i aavanca
Tiaaawat advrrtlainjt will be Inarrtnl at tin
ubU of 11 Ul riuarc fortlia Oral Inmirtion
an4 to Mil for aaon (ubMqutat one A libvral
'iliaoount will b Diailt on tntung an l Uiil
or Ijuertinc Funml aotlee I "I Nolica of
Taorllnf of toclctiea or Mcmt orlrra U o-nta fur
Cburcb, Society, Fatlval and auir notion
Will only be inaerttd as alvertietrntnu
No ailwtlMUKXit will be rmeiTed at Ira thaa
H cnti, and no aaTertiaeinent will tw inarrted
r leaatban thrre dollara ptt inontb
LOCAL BlkllMl SOTK H
t)t oti0 Mjuare (8 line nitc) or more, in
nertwl la the Bullktlv as follows :
than oiwi eiu;ire counted as a square.) '
ituTtlun per syuaro $ 50
Two Inwrtlom per MUHre 75
Three iiuiertJoni ptrnijuare 1 00
Six luMTtions per iquare. 1 '5
Two weeks per square. - 2 50
One month per square- 3 50
Special rates nialc on large advertise
ment or ior longer time,
The ordinary I'orotii Plaster, on account
of in peculiar mechanical action, la esteem
ed an article ol merit; but Henou's Capcine
foroiiil'luater ii roiwiiloro'l an article of
exlraoTtlinaiy merit. It l:ui the aame
Bifcbanlcal action, and, in addition, po
lenses medii'inal qualitlei of a remarkablt
nature, which causes it to act at once,
Klhve fatn Immediately, and cure where
other 1'oroua Planters will nut even relieve
for Klitiunutitm, I.aiu- an Wrak Hack, Spina
lllaraae, trick in the Hack, Kidney Oiaaaan,
Sprain and IlruiM-a. MeTere 1'aiiin unit StitiJic,
IVrtikd'-it of the Hack, etc.
The manufactuier of
Benson's Capcine Plaster
Received die HiKhaal Medal at the Centennial.
It i now the standard remedy. In as
tonishing pain relieving and strengthening
qualltlca attracted the attention ol the Con
U'linlul .1 urrora and thousands of physicians
wiio"tiaiu!u iuv v.iiicuiiii, nu r,uu "
(j it the beat remedy ever invented for the
i we alimenti. Sold py all Dnifgists.
Price, 2."i cents,
fcjrlinrelay Rron. will supply the trade
- A. new and wonderful Invention for
wafhinn;. Washes like majtic ; better than
tioap lor vaahing anything ; wasbe in one
third or tu time; washes In h:ird tir soft,
not or cold wuter; the only preparation
aver invented tlial will prevent woolens
irotn ahrinking; worth four tiiuca its price
for waMbinK woolens alone.
Mrs. Henry Ward Bcecher
- - . '
rteoiiimcnds It to all houscketpers, ay:
"The y will reloicc both for economy's sake
tad the saftcy ol taeir clothing, and that it
van no more injure clothing or bauds tluin
common warm water."
. " 21 Piatt SUeot, New York.
rtTBsfclrty Bros, will supply trudo in
, 'Jairo. ......
View of Marriage !
lAUUiaeiO wruioca nu
.'imlUulilul IrratlM oil un
Llntln ol nurrluK and Hie
li-aii.i.tlml mint Inr 111 tlMM-
fgltffaVN Djrtlr'-' crti ef Reprodiutlon anil
I A tmiik Ihr nrlvat . ronilil-
Irriti'Kaillug. OH lt, .rki
A PHIVAl tMtOICAL ADVI8ERI
Oaalldlfurtwraol arrlvute Nature ariiinn Irom 8o1f
Abuse. iiieaaea, or 800 ret Diaeaaee, iia Hi. LkiI
thuit m Uie ThroataiHl Luma, CatarrbBupture, Um
Opium Hal)lt.p.,prlc Hi tu.
!iilir bo' ifnt pn.tpnlil on tflpt ot prttet er all thna,
ninlnlniiui .Ipojifi, liiuliSjH llhulnilnl. Inr IS rlt.
A clijsiuai. iitsurunxi un iiiraiiovp numiet arm
l'alr UtUUa-Cnll aal Try Them.
tl...Ua a?llMltlaatn.1 t M' a L T (AlBFnt tit' A
JlUVDtX ilinuiiiuil 111 uyn-.! imivb
renovated ray bath rooms, with the addi
tion or. a, new receiver alter the latest
and most oouvcnUint style, 1' shall take
feak pleasure In' giving batlm either
. jnodlcutgij or!, otherwise, to all who may
.call on mo.
,1m ; ' Dr. D. Artkr.
eauU'l u r II Sl.pl- "l
in. Noptilauiii, :ipaael
a.ihh.1 is. 7BRASv a it)., t,
I, a avail '.. i laciaaaH,
We jfivootir 'readitM (his iiioinlu as
much ot our loeaj puu ui utir foreman
exmlj Vpltk up" oil the preiirooin floor
Accident will Bomo times liBjipen in the
best of rpjfiilKted printing ofllwg, and we
are no exception to tho rule. Adverlisers
will iiiidernnil tlmtomlBsioiis will put
in lor iion-appeiirance thii morning.
' Our local jiajre wn "pled."
' Thfif all. ' ''
(icoriio Olinstca 1 U In the eily.
IJiif lnes in tho poller courts quiet
See bids furtrett filling in nnolher
Cairo should be represeate 1 in th
St. Paul convention.
iioj"uqs8A punjMJjg tjiDjiua.wx jmuoo
's,va hubj.4 in (ujooq piotps
Ilorw racing seem! to have "pluyes
out. ' I'erhnpa the boys have all
lod their grip their money.
The Great Kastern circus will exhilj-
it in Cairo on Monday, October loth. The
Great Eattteru Is pronounced one ol the
best shows on the road. '
The city council will meet in regu
lar session on Tuesday night.
Mr. GY K. Woodward returned
froinS. Louis, yesterday inorulng.
The I'lila-kl county grand jury wa
In sfftsion two day, and returned nine
Two good rooms, well fumi-hed,
for rent on reasonable term'. Inquire ot
Sam Wllliamon. tt
The members of the M. !. hnrch ol
IhUeity arc somewhat anxious to know
who Is to be their minister lor the clu
ing year. The mntUr has not yet been
An excursion train over the Cairo
and ViwM'tmes from ( armi will arrive In
Cairo ut It o'clock a. in. to-lay. The
train wilt leave Cairo on Its return to
Cariul at t o'cloi k n. in.
The Creat hasternjrcui goes to
Runiildes to-day by .feeial train on the
Cairo and Vlncennes railroad.
l'rocurc it In time II you wish to save
loctor bills, br. Hull's Cough Syrup.
Price 2.i cents; large sie, 5r) cents.
Many ot those of our citizens who
attended the St. Louis lair returned to
the city yesterday and last night.
T here are a number ol dangerous
holes in the sidewalk on FiftcenUi streo
in the vicinity of Kick's church.
yir.'l'. G. Farris, editor of the John
son county yeunMii, and W. W. Hoyt,
county clerk of Johnson county, were in
the city yesterday.
W hen your Ilaby is restlcs while
teething. Cot Dr. Bull s Ba"iy Syrup, a
dose ol it will relieve the little suiter at
:n:e. Only 2." cents a bottle.
We arc glad to be able to state that
Mr. F. Korsmeyer was much Letter last
night, and his recovery is now hoped for.
This will be cheering news to Mr. K. s
Judge Bross and Hon. John .LJOhtr
ly leave to-day for Belleyillc, where they
go to attend the session of the grand
lodge of Odd Fellows 01 Illinois. They
expect to be absent several days.
Die new minister of the M E, church
corner ol F.ighth and Walnut streets, not
having arrived, the usual services, to-
Iny.tinorning and evening, will be con
ducted by the l'.ev. ,T. D. Gillhnm.
The man Arnett who killed a Ger
man named Mutz, near Vienna on Mon
y eveuing lust, was admitted to bail iu
tho stun of seven hundred dollars.
Arnett claims that lie killed .Muz in sell
'Jhe iMllh Fli'ilf" (liallilie
any picked uino In Cairo to play them a
series of games ot base ball, the fiist
game to be played on Sunday, October
7tli, on the grounds above Thitty-lourth
An excursion parly ot nearly two
hundred persons arrived in the city yes
terday forenoon over the Mississippi
Central railroad. The parly was made
up of persons living along tho line of that
road, and are bound for C hlcigo, 1 hey
will return in about ten days or two
F.n. Bt't.i.KTiN" We, the "New York
oys" Base Ball club, nccrpt the thal-
enge;extended by tho North Knders, and
will take pleasure In meeting (hem thi
alternoon on the ball grounds near
Thirty-fourth street. Trusting that thl
is satisfactory we remain,
It Nrw York Boys.
Mr. Gillham received a telegram
from Lltchlhdd yesterday announcing
that everything was ready for his recep.
tlon there, and ho will probably get away
on Tuesday next. Mr. G. has many
warm friends hero who will regret that
ho can; not rom iln at the head of the
church for at least another year.
The ladies ol tho Episcopal church
will give their "first of a series of popular
entertainments'' at tho residence ol .Mrs.
II. L. Ilallidtiy,'on Thursday evening,
Oct. 11 Hi, 1877, commencing at 7J o'clock,
A cordial Invitation Is extended to every
one, and tho committee having tho mat.
ter in charge assure us that a delightful
evening Is In store for nil those who may
attend. j .' .
Bishop Way nun ol Boston, one .ol
the most celebrated colored tlevlneg In
the country, will he In Cairo on , next
XhnrjJuy, Outowr lllh, uml deliver a
sermon In the A. M. K. t hUiuli un Eih
tcenlli street, between Walnut rtnd Cedar
streets. H;nhop Waymau will reinalu in
the city hut a day or two. He Is suld to
be a fluent and eloquent sm oker, and It
U hoped that our people will turn out to
Mr. W. P.S.olt, with J'rank t'isber
wholesale clothier, Evansvllle, Imliana,
will be in the city from the blxth to the
Tenth of thin moiitli with a full lino of
'samples for I ill and whiter suits and
overcoats. Mr. Scott w 111 bo prepared
to supply all who may want goods in his
line at the most reasonable, prices. All In
want cl winter wear should give him a
We have been requested by the city
marshal to state tkaUhe ordinance ot tho
city as contained In section 19, of clup
ter, entitled "Fines and Penalties,"
which prohibits the firing of guns or
pistols within the city limits, will be
hereafter strlelly enforced. Parties, who
have been In the habit of firing in the
streets in the suburbs ot the city and In
and about St. Mary's park, had Bitter
pvjrn thmijclves accordingly.
We are Informed by Mr. Strode of
this city that Itev. C. C. Chapman, now
of Austin, Texas, but lormerly ol I'adu
cah, Kentucky, has slgnllled his willing
ness to accept an Invitation that has been
tendered him by some of our people. tf i-
preach a series of . sermons In this city In
the hope of reviving nn interest in rcli
glous matters. lie is said to be a minis
ter of great power and It is believed that
his visit, which will occur some lime this
month ,tnay be productive ol great good.
Don't send oil', but get your clothes
made hy Wilton, "The Tailor." lie
has as line and varied line ol samples
as cm be shown by any house west , ol
Xew York city, and with the additional
knowledge gained by Ids having visited
the best cutters iu the K.ist, he can give
good tits, stylish cuts, and well put; to
gether and at very low prices. Besides
you do not need to wait from two to
live weeks fur your goods and then be
obliged to return Iheni as "mislits," as
many have had to do heretofore who
patronicd '.raveling representatives. It
Mr. Albert Oriiiillcr desires the pub
lic to kno'jv that in about oue week from
now he will be prepared to set out trees
of all kinds at the lowest prices and thort-
-t notice. Iffc has on hand a large sup
ply of poplar, tnai'le, ciin,
cypres, Cottonwood, oak and nil
kinds ol fruit trees, every one of
which he guarantees. Orders may be left
at the grocery store of E. W. Thlelccke
near the cemer of Eighth street and
Washington avenue, or at his residence
at the corner of Pine and Twenty-second
A movement U now on foot hinong
a number of young gentlemen In the city
to Induce the library association to keep
the library open on Saturday evenings
lrom seven to nine o'clock. Tin y claim
that under the present arrangement they
are unable to patronize the library. They
are compelled to work from seven o'clock
in the morning till six o'clock in the
evening, and as Saturday afternoon is al
ways their basics t time in the weejc, they
arc tiuablv to attend during library hours.
This is a matter worthy the attention of
the library a.isoclatiou, and we hope the
will talk it over at the next meeting.
Messrs. St unit &, Ghol.-on, the well
know n nnd popular dry goods linn, keep
constantly on hand one ol tho bi.'gest
stocks of dry goods, fancy goods, notions,
etc, ever carr.ed by any liouso mine
ci'y. They meet the market in prices
aud their goods are correctly represented
to their customers. From a long and
successlul business carter in Cairo they
have growji to be a permanent institu
tion commanding a large trade and tbe
contldente of the people. Messrs. Stu
art & Gholson arc daily receiving fresh
arrivals of goods in their line, and invite
all needing goods in their line to call and
see theiu.yrhcy take pleasure i" exhibit
ing tin Ir goods. It
Ladies in .waut.of millinery goods
hats, bonnets, or trimmings of any kind
or description should call on .Mrs. S
Williamson, Commercial avenue, next
door to the atheneuin. It Is a f.ict Jihat
cannot be denied that her stock of goods
iu every department is the most complete,
fashionable, most beautiful and withal
the cheapest brought to Cairo since the
war. She has some of the most exqui
sitely beautiful bonnets we ever saw, and
which cannot but pleae thne in search
of goods in that line. By all rueain visit
Mrs. Williamson's before purchasing
elsewhere. She Is also prepared to re
modle and make new old hats, shape
them over In the latest style, and all for
the moderate sum ol from 3"i to "i0 cents.
Hats lived either black or brown.Givc
Mrs. W. a call and she will be sure to
please you. tf
The second entertainment tinder the
auspices ol the Library Association, wi'l
be a dramatic and humorous reading by
Mrs. Laura .1. Tisdale, ol Chicago. We
clip the following testimonial from, the
Chicago Times, April 10th, 1877: "Mrs
Tlsdale's readings last evening called out
a large and enthusiastic audience.
This accomplished elocutionist
will give a dramatic reading in the
Congregational Church next Wednes
day evening. Mrs. Tisdale, her
self , a writer '' ot much
ability, is well known in literary circles
as a lady of rare culture and attainments
As a reader she is noted for superior ex
ccllonco (from a literary point of view) ot
her selections, and cannot fall to Interest
and amuso her audience. Whllo encour
aging the power and use of laughter,
wlihh gho provokes by her adinirablo
rendition of passages lrom such' humor
Ists as Diokens and Mark Twain, sho
also ministers to the deeper feelings ol
her audience by effectively rendering
those masterpieces of literature which
will ever bi tho delight and' reiotirco of
all time, one can aflord to stay away
Irom this reading, which will bo the last
on the library course." ' i
'sili.NAL Mf.ltVtCB lltl illd.
?" - i avb i :
TlT!0tf. LOW WATia. KlieotKul
" " c. FT. m. it. i,
Pittsburg ...m..-. 't l 4
Cincinnati a t l
Louisville.............. 'I S :t
KvauavUle II I
I'adiicuh f - u 0
Cairo 1 II
ft. Paul 2 t X 1
Haveiiiioit 14 0 0
Krokuk 1 2 n o
8t. Lome 7 0 0
JAMES M. WATSON,
Sergeant Slgoul iiervice, U. 8. A.
There were heavy rains nil along the
Ohio Thursday but they do net seem to
have helped the river any.
A Pittsburg dispatch to the Cincinnati
Commtrciul lays: "The Allegheny ta
vings bank which suspended had a num
ber of steamboat men as stockholders and
depositors. The stockholders are Indi
The steamer Eddy villi; has betm char
tered by the Cincinnati and Madison
The Jim Fi.-k brought a good trip yes
The Silver.horne.for Evansville.Grand
Tower, for St. Louis, Juo. B. Maude, for
Vickburg, arc due loday.
Captain Walker of the dry docks of this
city returned from the St. Louis on the
Capitol City yesterday with" a very fine
bag-pipe, which Charlie Nellls says
Walker purchased tit the fuir. He in
tends to go over in Kentucky nnd prac
tice on the thing until he gets the hangs
of it a little. He was trying toborrowa
plaid suit and a Scotch cap yesterday.
The Howard will get away lor New
Orleans without tail to-day.
1'lie Covington Marine Ways)have con
traded to build a barge tor the Yevay
Furniture Company, 113 feet long, 24 feet
beam, and X feet depth ol hold. It will
have a cargo box, and boused for slnp
ping furniture from their factory to Xew
The City of ' hester up yesterday or
St. Louis kit the Hello Shreveport
aground at Bulletin. The channel Is
shifting at that point and while there is
all of 7J feet water it is hard to Iin.l.
Pilot Jim Kelso who came up on the
Warner lrom Vi ksburg went back on the
Capitol City to take a better look at the
river, lie proposes to get it down line
before going back to Cincinnati.
The Louisville and Portland ctnal was
reopened the other day, and now If a
heavy dew v. ould tall so the steamers
could get near it, it is probable that busi
ness would improve.
l or Male.
The Blelock House will be sold at a
great bargain if applied tor soon. Three
story brick, eleven rooms, in elegant
condition. A very desirable residence.
Has a two story brick barn. First class
location. Apply to
lW C. N. ilUHUKrt.
Superior Mobil Oyatere at Sproata',
Corner Twelfth and Levee. Alao Mack
inaw Trout and White Fish on Friday.
.Millinery anil f ancy uooilw.
Mrs. C. McLean, Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial
avenues, is just in receipt of an elegant
and complete stock of Milliucry and
Fancy Goods ot every kind. Among
other articles we uiy mention that she
is selling line black straw hats in all the
litest styles at Irom 10 to 30 cents; cle
glut patterns at prices lower than was
ever ofl'erel to the trade; flowers and
feathers 4roni 10 cents to SI; silk3 and
velvets in all the new shades at prices to
suit, in the hosiery tor ladies aim cuuu
ren line her stock is not equaled by any
other establishment in the city, and she
asks the ladies to call aud examine them
before; going elsewhere. Mrs. McLean
will sell her goods of aJt kinds as cheap
I not cheaper, than the same kind ot
goods can be bought dse where in this
market. She solicits an examination ol
her itock and prices, believing ihut she is
prepared to please all whom may favor
her with a call in both. Ladies desiring
to have hats pressed can have the same
done for lrom 23 to U3 cents. 5-7U" -
Fresh Baltimore ovatura, raw, stewed
or fried, at allhours of the day oruiirht,
at Marry Walker's Crystal Saloon. Ot
No i'nilnru Known.
There is no case on record where Dr,
.Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
Ilorchouud has failed to give satisfaction.
On the other ban 1, whenever it has been
used by our people, in severe colds,
coughs, asthma, bronchitis, croup,
whooplng-cotigli and consumption, they
are enthusiastic in its praise. Contain
ing no opium or other dangerous drug,
it does not constipate, nnd is sale to ad
minister in all conditions of health. "This
is an important announcement, and "the
sull'ering are advised to heed it. Trial
size, 10 cents; largo sizes, 50 cents and
One Dollar. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup,- Which is Biirc death to
worms. Pleasant to take and; requires
no physic. Price 2u cents Try it.
Superior Mobile Oyster at Sproata'
Corner Twelfth and Levee. Also Mack
inaw Trout and White Fish on Friday. ;
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. Tho causes which
producu It are such as cold, irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
SiO.' la large cities, where edge tools
and agricultural implements are manu
factured, the grinder protects his lungs
from the Injurious etlocts of tho dust
flying on tuo grinustone Dy wearing a
respirator, 1 lie coal miner ere he de-i
scends tno siiaic provides uimseir with a
safety lamp to guard against fire-damp.
Now It is equally necessary lor those
who are brought in contaot with any ol
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
gainst It, Iho home stomach bitters.
AS TllLDASE OLD HTASIlt.
am Klebard Illniilf" but Maleott
Mr. S, Matson desires to announce to
he cltizem ot Cairo and the surround
ing country, that he has returned. lrom
California, and again casting his lot in
Cairo, has opened a new stock o BOOTS
A5JD SHOES at the same old stand, No.
: Warhuigton avenue, between Eight
and Ninth streets, whcrct while thanking
his old friends lor their past patronage,
he desires to shako hands with them, and
supply them and" many new customers
with anything they need in Ida Hue. ills
stock Ii coming right in every day, and
isilieliesttho market aflords. All are
nvlfedto call. 27-1 m
EJ. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In the Reiser building, where ho Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hia patrons aud the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
ho has provided witb ull the latest Im
provements ami conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. t
Mrs. Charlotte Sanders informs her
friends aud pupils that her music class
has commenced for the winter season.
Mrs. Sanders has made the culture of the
volceasiiecialty, having studied under
first clas-" masters In Europe; her superior
piano forte instructions and playing are
well known to tho citizens of Cairo. She
takes this opportunity of notifying the
public that she will not be responsible
for any pianotuners making use of her
Lancaster it Jlico having bought out
my entire stock, consisting of doors,
sash, blinds, glass, moulding, etc., and
added it to their already large nnd select
stock of a similar kind, I take pleasure
In recommending all my former patrons
and the public generally, who wish to
purchase anything in their linn to give
them their patronage.
Yon ran Have '
Money by getting your building materia
ol Lancaster & Bice, They are selling lum
ber at mill prices; a large amount of white
phie and cypress shingles ot the best bran
constantly on hand. We sell pino shin
gles at $1.73 per thousand; sawed cedar
posts at at 3 cents each; white pino floor
ing at $22. 50 per thousand; pine siding
at $15.00 per thousand. Try your luck
with this firm. tt.
Moand it .Hill Collegs
St. Louis, Mo.
1"H0S. A. RICK, A. M. 1. L. B.,
j as. niHz, a. ex..
I, H. HUBWO0D,
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIPI $81 00
MOST Complete, Thorongh and Practice
course ot Mmly in the 1'iiitcd Kiutes a
course iniliepensiblu to every young man era
tiarking on the sea ol lite.
For Illustrated Circular,
THUS. A.niCt:. A. M..L
of all kimluof
Fine Boots c& Shoes
The - Bost of FOREIGN and DO
MESTIC LEATHERS Always
Theatre Building, Cairo lis.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Oommi ssion Merchan
AOENT3 AMURIOAN POWDE 0
Cnmnmntlon. that aconrire of humanity, la
the it nut ilreaU ol the human family, in all ciril
iii 1 countries .
I Icel conllilcnt that I am in noaieaiion of the
only sure, intHllihle remedy now known to
ne profusion lor tne speeuy, positive cure oi
hat dread discaiie. and its nnwelcomn concom
itant-!, vir. i Catarrh, Asthma, llrnnc.hltla, Ner
vous Debility, etc, etc. 1 am old tony. I be
lieve in medicine. Twenty-eight yearn expe
rience as a busy practitioner iu the best con
sumption hospitals in the old and new world,
nB uiuftni me uie vame oi proinr meiuca nun
both local and coiiBtitHlionid in the cum of this
Pvat enemy ol' our race. 1 have found it. Hut
am iliKrS'snniiig. I Htarted silt to say to those
sutTering with consumption or any ul' the shove
mulauicH, mai ny auurcHHing me, wring sympn
turns, tlicy ahull he put iu possession jotlila
great boon, without charge, and shall have the
lienefllof mvexiicrience In thousands of case
sucoesslblly treated. Full particulars, direc
tions for preparation and use, uml advice and
inainmilona lor auocessl'ul treatment St Your
own home, will tie received by you hy return
mall, tree oi cuargc, ny anureHsiiig
i ui. juii o. Ill u.xivi i.
W'Jlly 107 JvHcrson street Loulsvlll
. GENERAL DEBILITY.
VITAL WIUKNESS OR PKPUKSSION I a
weak eahansted feeling, no energy or couragei
ha result cf MENTAL OV'l.lt-WOItK. INhls-
CKETIONSOU KXCKSSfci, or some drain on
the system, is always cured uy Humphrey
Homeopathic bueoillu No, f. It tones up and
invigorates the system, Imparts strength and
energy stops the drain and rejuvenules the
entire into. Keen used twenty years with per
fect success hy thousands. Hold by dcultrs,
Price II persiugle vial, orsVl per package ol
Ave vials and i- vial of powder. Hint by mall
un receipt of price. Address HUM IMIKKVS
HOMKOl'ATlIIC aULUlUMK CUMl'AN Y, m
Fulton street.N. Y.
cent tfe any
nwi iwiiim w,.! ihjiii'
em,ilttiiMiae.a( awl lll wuely aire
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. S,
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Banning Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
2:30 p.m. Fast Express, arriving In Bt.
Louis StftO p. m.; Chicago, 7:30, a.m.
a:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VILLE VAST LINE
AiTlvingt n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, B:'i'i, a.m.: Indianapolis, 4.15 a.m.;
Passengers by this train arrive at above
OF ANY 0THXX B0UTK.
,IM p. m. fast Mad with sleepers attach
ed, for ST. LOUIU and CU1CAOO,
arriving In Ht. Louis at 6:30 a.m. Chi
cavo at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or tilingham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
(?i.seni;ers hy this line go through to
tbe bast ;wltnout any ueiey caused Dy
rheSATUBDAY AKTKRXOOV TRAIN
KKOM CAIRO ARRIVES J.N MfiVY
YORK MONDAY JiOKMNU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHER ROUTE. '
advertisements of competing lines that
they make better time than this one, are
are Issued either through ignorance or a
desire to mislead tbe public.
Kor through tickets and Information,
ipply at Illinois Central R. K. Depot, Cairo.
THAINS AlinlVS AT CA1SO
express . . ....2:1 p m
lad - l l'ia.m.
Qen'l Southern. Agt
II. .rovit.q. Ticket At.
"THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
mm k m 1 1
HIE SHORTEST. QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
7Ith direct Connection, for
mmmL new nu icw
WEEDY, I'tKASANT u. roibW
AJJLU t H
.Should ronieTilirr .l I'.i.o
BALrii,.vSE! QHiO RAH,BCA0
ie bra ted lor IU
tlCfc'ant (Jea -iiee, Splendid Hotels, Grand
and lietiutiful Mountain and Valley k:
Scenety, and the many points
iiistoriual Interest Along
Far wUl ALWAY8b as LOW
as by any her Idas.
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
Western and Eastern Cities.
For through tickets, bagpsge checks,
movement of trains, sleeping car accom
oiod.itions, etc., etc., apply afticket otilcci
it all principal points.
NOBkTH, SOUTH, EA8T or VTEHT
Uorney, L. M. Colo
't lien. TlcketAgt. lien. Ticket At-t
. 1'. Barry. Tos. R. harp,
. Agt. UuHUr of Trajuo'n
JAIRO & VINCENNES R. It
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
LOUISVILLE, CD.UTI MlMi
34 Miles the Shortest to
iiimapolis, AlAfik hn M
MIX HOURS SAVED
OVER TRAIN OF
i) AM. OTHER ROADS
Making Same Connections,
laseengors by other routes to make
Oonnectiona must riaeaut iiiguvwsiii
ioaT from One to Six Uoura at
email country atationa tor
trains of oonneoUns; roads.
Remember that fact anl lako tnv
o:ou a. m. iTairvreacnu-K
hoiHe. bdiiupolis. Gi:aasiti(Lo:;'-
Trslnslcsve andsrrlvc at Cairo, at follows.
Mall Leaves m j "
Mixed ' "'
tluil arrives , 'W.l''
uixeil ' ula. I'm
through Uokcls and cheeks to all Important
r. A. KILT.EB, H. I. XOXBILX.,
Uvn' l'sat Al't. General Pup
L. B. CHUR !l7
Mil., wwi, Isii,
One thing It sow ihoraugHy VetabHieeJ. Heves
sime roan tuaTeted aad kuataa, asss.lis ajtartaaas
pain, has there been anytMas wbk& went M tar as
a yarn anaaliilaioc snd curative agaol as las Caatear
Liueoicnla. Tkeee JJaeawnU bay witalB ats Bast
tear cured more eases e RheuaarJsau Newela.
Stiff oinuf Caked bream, SwtiHnse, yolaeaws
Bitca, Lame Animala, etc. , than aU oines leamiiea
combined. A the aasM.ef Centaur iaialtet kaJf
hone and halfman, ihcbeaams Use Ceataar Lie
menu are lot mas and beail. - Hut sot the sasas
Linimeni. The WaiU LUrJneaL is fcr maa las
rellow for koraee aad aaimala. Here la eais
.inimcnt; differs from other reiaedies, awSwali
ome ot the inaredieata are alike. In each. Tkey
coniaia the wcll-knoa wrick kascl . araica, carkal
ic, rockoll, meatliaaBd other powerful tearediaaea.
Win. H. Hickox, rector of St Jekn'a ckarcfe,
W akefield, Clay county, Kaaeae, Wnmi "at any
vurs have I been tufleriat froa a weak back, eauaed
from a sprain more ihaa 40 yean s(o. 1 save ae
found aaything to relieve me umll t commeaced Ua
use of Centaur Linenunt 1. fuel it ay ekriMiaa
duty to inform you that by lis Wowlerrul cstcta I aaa
out. rely relieved of palp, Jasuary Wd, 11.7
Messrs. J. klcUure A Co,, drufgitu, Ctaels
nati, I)., tayi;
"Teamsters pronouace ike Yellow Ceat.M Unl
ment superioi to any ihiag ihey have ever uaed
We sell several doiea bMUei every s onib, aad ihe
ate is steadily incrcaairuf."
1 hnr are o ly samples of 'houaesda Spua thuts
ar. oi ' imitar testimonials reaukiaa; us every
,a-uih. All the extracts, eaabTacstiest. salvce
and oinimentt in existence sre not doinj eae-teaik
the good which is done by then adauraaU Cea
uur IJniments. For frost bites, stings, eale, lack,
salt rheum , etc , nothing is like the Ctataur List
ment, white wrapper. For spavia, flag fcooe,
Sweeny , wind aaUs, poll evil, scraickes, sic., OS
horses the yellow Centaur Liaiment ft equally.'
good. They are certain in Iheir effects, they are
pleasant to use, Ihey are handy aad (hey art cheap.
No family should lie without Centaur Ltaime.au.
They are worth one hundred times their cost.
J. B. ROSE A CO. . 4e Dey street, New York.
Mothers will have rest and their babies auv aave
health, if they will use Irr. Pitcher's Caseoria tt
wind colic, worm. feveiishaess.soa Btowth. crows sr
ttomachc complaints. It is entirely s vegetable pre-
i.iuii. i iu bviiutina nvitmr mnvrai nufyaiM,
nor alcohol. It la at Dreassat to take aa bower.
neither ags ner grips, and is superior to say rams'
dy in existence. '
lr, t. Dimocn, ol iMpost, uaio, says:
"lam usins Castoria la atv uractlce witb the
most signal results, and Sad it a perfect substitute
for Castor Oil."
Thi, is what every one says. Many suites In
New York use the Castoria. It is prepared by
Messrs. J. Rose A Co., successors to Samuel
ASK the recovered
dyspepti s, tlleus
sufferer, fieiii ui Of
feTCrsc '. i;tu?,' Hie
v it,fr.v they r- if
er-1 heaiiii.ct lifol
pi.-i and good st
If'it . tley will tel
you hv tsklag Sinr
Stuou's Dyer Reg-
THE CH RAPES r, AND BUST FAMLY.afXD-
1 CINE IN THE WORLD,
For DYSPEPSIA CON',TIPAT10N.Jsodi(e,
ilious attacks, McK HEADACHE, Colte, De
cision of Spirits., sOLH bTOM ACH, Heart
Ilii'n, e ., etc.
This unrivalled Southern Remedy Is War
ranted not to contain a larucl . of Mercury,
er any 1 : j t. ious snhstsnoe, out in
f 7SZLT TEOIXAILI
containing tt'ose southern roots sad betbt whteh
au all wlxs pn.viileace has placed in y inT.ee
where Liver l'iseases ertvsil.. It wlh nur Mil
dUc se., cu ed by derangement OS toe l' t
and ' oi tt. .
Tn Sjit.p.vini of Liver Comptelntan i kil
ler o: ' id taste :u uiemoutbt Psin ia U bwet,
.Side - Joints, often mistaken fur ri fuM
tisnijiu r stouutch, loss ot sppei lie, losi '
t-'teiu- al) cos'ive snd lax, hed;.?he, loss :'
r r ' T'.te a painful oea weirm of ha.. -.
u. ,., it someuilig wUleh i4b tc fcs
otu', dthllity, low spirt's, a thl'
l i e tsnce of the .'xln and eves, ur;
. : . a p'isti if n tor eoneumptlo'i.
. .i .,- .anyof tuese svmptor:s s'l ud
.... at others very fw,butth U er.'.uc
lai : gan iu the body , is sensrally fy s at
of eutes and If not regulated lathvi-, ''''.
'Wiuina;, is-rewiiH jUi and lEAIM will ea.
' . i rcfommuiilijanefllcsclouf lenverjy tor
,v. "-fin.t theLitifr, llearthuraandDysnepns,
: iii.tntn. Liver Rogclator. Lswis Wcudbb,
. j . .M.i-wr street, Assistant Postmaster, PtU-
- v ' aave tested its virtues, personally, aad
:.rv that for 0)spepsle, Biliousness sad
ihrobhiug Headache It is the best medietas tee
world ever ssw, Ws have tried forty elbet
remedies before Simmons' Liver Regulator,
but none of them gave us more thaa temporary
relief; but the Regulator not saly retievtd
but cured us. "-o.TSLsusUra Aau sst
uis, Macon, Gs.
Notliing is to unpleasant, aothisg aw c'emniea
as bait breath, snd Is a early every ease It esaaas
from ths titomacb, snd can be so esaur eonset
ed if ysu will take Simmons' Liver Itegiilatoc,
Do not neglect so sure a remedy for tule ra
pulslve'di. order. It will sls Improve year
Appetite, complexion, aad Ucaeral iltalla.
Tliis dittrettlng affliction occurs most fre
quently. Ibe disturbance of tke stsrasea,
arising from Imperfectly digested eoBieola.
causes s severe pain la th head, accoraptaied
with disagreeable nausea, aad this eoasi'tuu
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVEP
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, enletna four mrdloal eisnwaw, never
i.l in me tams bsppy prop ortion la say
lirparation, via: a gentle Oalaarlie, a
eriultouio, an unexeeptlrnabia altemilve
certain Corrective of all imparities ef
edy. bucheigual aueoees ausadtd its
bat It is now regarded ss the
Ate Remedy in
MVLARIOUS FSVER3. BO A EL COM
PLALNTS, DYSPEPSIA, MENTAL DKFMt 8.
B1C.N, RESTLESSNESS, JAL'MDICE. NAU
SEA, SICK HEADACHE, COUC, COKtTir
ATION and BljlOL'SNEHS
-IT HAS NO EQUAL. .
Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all changes ef
climate and wster and food may be faeed with
out tear. As a Homed y ia MALABIC-US
FKVKKS, BOWEL COMPLAINTS, AJCST
LESSMKaS, JAUNDICK, NAUSEA,
j. k. zaiLsm,
, Pbiladelpbia, Fi.
AU luffereri from this duvaaja
anxiout to be cured itsould try or. Xia
ner't Celebrated Consroaaptivw wwdr.
These powders are tho oedy ateswiatjoti
known that will cure Cnttrntrttoei aad all
diseases of tho throel aad luagi -Indtl,
to btroni; is ouriaim ui taem, ana ajgo) M
convince you that way are no nambtig,
Will lorwsra so every sunerer, i'j
postpaid, a tree tnai dox. .
wo uon v wau i youruiuuoj vniu ) mt
Dcrfectlr satisfied ottae'r jurat iv im
1 r von life it worth n t. don't drU y ta
ctvm.: these powdura a trial, as they JMJ
sin t :y cure you.
I rlcj. ferlsrit) De, to. sf'WUtvtjy pan
ol the uaitiitl btatei or CaaitJaM aaail aav
r'cJpt of prioe, AdiUess, .
MO Fultoa strotit BmslTn, JT. T.
DISPENSART W fitf
Carenle OlaeeaweerV.il seme,
wrwk. . as. B1L1
n"hael H..I vnwwsHeed As Hiih
Kit. drithle iTaSlaa UAAm
k. S, i4 uMrr wJ rWTSaJe, ,
aivTCmi -Ai,TyT-uet:s as
'err- . la iTaSwrereto'li fv, B-ewar.r. . ' a.
idisii,'tsaiielei , easae eesweea . -
ft leal We.ii'Wirssai.a. CBreet.a ewCsti, t
I .i t,?.,a.'ieiMtMeaKW wwT r.r lA aaf s t
..i.-'rwekaiiie'.'lalattV an1 .iasa.gwr.0.. m
taeu .ae or isjljira SawS Vw 4 tH