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WEDSKSftfct; Ootobw 31, 1177.
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Till Faiiwus&bloplan Specialty
: 2'roope, . ; S
VIM. twit, J II.
' Introducing an Alir Hf copipsny of
tMlnhr-arrii . r
giTHlOPUS . .' ,v; '
, J.ViTi'Kt'MKN f Al.lSTR,
Ja an t.tli MytprAcnun'me.'Ucmiog
iiea eronecuwr u mm. layonia .
qssrtattt), ! MtUaatchleuttrf antutUon.
AdvUaloa, to ocatr, rewrted Matt, 73
(testa, now on sals at lUrtnum's.
tSMave? M4 Wftf Bm4i.
iln. C J&jsa, fethth street b
, (inn - WwhtnttoB, aa4r Comwrola,
' tvewu, k ut hVreseipt if sn-etcfant
and complU itock of Ullllnery and
Fsawy UM'l'aterT.'(hd. Among
otter trtlcla w sasj .mention thai ab
Is atUioc flot.Waek straw bat lo all Hie
lafMt stylet ait Irum 40 to J cent; eW
faot pattern at price lower (ban was
Tr ftftrad to tie trade; flower and
tetfetri front 10 cent to $1; silk and
lrattoallUanw baoat price to
ult. la hosiery tot ladle and child
ren Una tar stock la not equaled by any
tter eataUUtnaeat la Ux city, jud she
MkitlMUdlaata oaUBod eaw!na them
bettors going slsewheie. Hri. McLean
frttaaUhcrKOodlof aJIUndr sttbeap,
if not Aeatr,' tha am kind o
food can ba bought aUtwucia to tbl
imarktt. So loUdu an eiamtnatton oi
atr tck and price, balwwlof Utai die la
prepared to plaaaa aU whom mif faTor
aer wk U la pott. Ladle dexlrtog
to nave UaU pre4 tan haw tba tame
Jon f or Irom iS to 33 cents. 6-7tf
kir. charlea Scaoaameytr has receif ed
a Largo lot ot'tae oakbrated Cobden cider,
(said vein) which la beyond all qae tlon
tba beat sad purest cider erer told In this
city. Fsmltles desiring It can procure
tbl elder la qualities to salt, by the
ylnt, quart or gallon, or In larger quanti
rle. , Peraona deIrlog Oder by fee bar
frj eas have their order ftlled by notily log
Mr. Mueaawy t hU aaloon at tba
' corner of Tenth itrect and Washington
bveuue. Mr. Mtamweyef ftJoJut
received a Onalgfisaeot of tk celebrated
ralilorola itllinr wli, - which Is
iqaal to anyBtftt wine, Tble
vlne la BiaBufaotured from the
.flelebratod German grape, and bu no
apcrlorla th country. . And further, n
kmpt Jdoerlelna' teer, the bet wade,
$od a loll J'n of choice liquor and ci
gar. Call and tea Charlie, ne (a al
ways Kiad to K Us friend), and will be
tound mdy to n team. A Ire lunch
tpread every morning at tea o'doylt. If
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- FKTTWf A BIRD'S,
14th AHU "WMSy''rbN'AVK,
10 lb imbersi.Bgar.;.......,.;.i:...H oo
10 lb ir. tWeaua. .......,! J W)
4 n BloOoOee 1 00
ilk Th White Hiimr...... 1 00
a lb 8oda.i...A....
3Uarch, par pound. ,,....'.'....".
Q Bara 8oap.'.i.AM(M."
'JmI OH. Bar iallon..."...............
And all Other food very cheap.
Alto, Jot received, a choice lot ot Pux
Spiaaa, Uuatard, Eogluh Table Sauce
ao4 pickle?.-r; v : f
f "BieMt4Jlaair' .Ha
2lr. S.'Mataon deilres to announce to
. tteeltlzenot Cairo and. .ihe'turroand
Bg aountry, that h baa returned jrom
Jallfemla, and again casting hit lot In
Cairo, baa opened eaew stock of BOOTS
AND 8HOK3 at' tha naaeold tand, No.
140 Wahlagta betweea Bight
-od Ktatu streats, where, while thanking
hU old friends lor their past patronage,
1 1 desires' to shake bands with them, and
utpply tbenVand fcasy new eastomers
wimanytWnfthay need in bis line. !
' . .mok la Munlna- riirht in evafy day, ' and
V : 4 thereat tba market aords. All are
ca. ll. toownerclal aveno, Winter's
UlelcIlt the aauatloa of the ladles to
hrta stotk of fall and winter mlDln-
. -ery, of tba latest designs, which she la
- 'afl mmIvuk irom aew. lora ana
Pblladslpblft'Os) . ).(. -1 .
the will hold her
. Ma and 'etamtae her goods,
i w U kiargeaad, oeatpkta tla-
stock to iottWMtlasUdMaa4and ene
; wJaapaeUtonttClor anythlag that
... !i 'istf 0t MISIIWK. . ta y'.' V,
-1m lt.vu..aeauaM re 'BaM
k. " MManglUtCher.oMlleadlnK
" IMellBH 0HV tWMVPV -m
' a.t. rot tatos apnlt to , t-4
M , . i ., Brtrf Lnanla, -
1 lie rivers arc rotting.
Tramp are numerous j
4- Tne ball at Klute'a halt last uigb
' . . -n -.a
war won attotxtcu. ., "
The road throuirh the counlrv arc in
bad condition, and wagoning Is ditlluult.
Work ou the river bank' above the
grave yard ride Is progrcsting, '.though.
. if uU VU nirau nana vaai wv
St. Louis railroad resume the running of
trains Who can toll?
-ThereWaa.asDeolal.mcetlnc of the
city oouncll last night for the nurpo of
opening and considering b.us lor urcct
filling. i i !,,., ,,
...W itgtef to; learn-that the littlu
elghtyearol(if daughter ot Capt. N. IS.
Tblstlewood Uflfinroiisly'lll with ilyp-therla.-
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Th Cairo and Vlncenne railroad In
getting Its lull proportion of east .bound
freights. The pMsenger traffic ol the roal
Is.also Increasing rapidly. ,. - . ; '
"-Consumption nfy'Te preyentwl by
chscUng a cough or cold In time, and no
thing equal Pr. Dull' Oongb rtyr:p(nr
throat and lung affection.
" Koad-Maater Iioar lias loaded ami
hipped 40 cars of Hinder to be distri
buted along the liue of the Illinois Cen
tral between thin point and Centralia. '
Tlie'aleotlon mnet off on Tuesday
next. The candidates are all busy, and
the way tlia "dear people' will bo ap
pealed to for the neit lew di will be
awful.; vf-' -
'-Complaint roue to ua from uptown
citizens concerning a gang of boys who
are breaking the windows of residences
with their sllnge. The police should
i stop them.
Ilaverley'a Minstrels will give one
of their unrivaled entertainment at the
Atbeneum In this city on Friday night of
tbl week.. The troupe Is an excellent
one, and will doubtless draw well. See
il'' In inAth,rwi nmr.
The nlffht ' notice are reaulred to
etrike three sounding licks at Intervals ol
tea minutes the entire night on the lamp
oosts. This will tfve thieves s knowledge
of their whereabouts and arrests will be
leu frequent. A good idea tills.
An ounce ot prevention U better than
a pound ot cure. A dose of Dr. Bull's
Baby tyrup will assist your baby in
teething, and prevent It from being st
tackud by cholera infantum, colic, or
oilier diseases babies suffer with. 2i cts.
A snecial meeting ot the Temperance
Union will be held at (our o'clock this af
ternoon, at the rooms In Pr. Wardner's
bnildlog. sleeting held to make arrange
ments with relerence to the leotures ot
Dr. Reynolds. Ida L. Harreu.,
Cairo, Oct. II , 1877. Secretary,
There was another large congrega
tion at Turner hall last night to bear the
Rev. o. C. rhaaHn preach. The sermon
was an excellent one, and was listened
to from beginning to nd with the closest
attention. Mr. Chaplin will remain In
Cairo one day longer, and will preach
again to-night when It Is hoped all who
can will turn out to hear him. ilr. Chap,
lln goes Irom Cairo lo rJucah.
Wa cM attention to th advertise
ment ot Mr. 11. Woclf, the Eighth street
boot and ahoe maker, to be iouml in
another column In thla issue ot the Brj.-
lett. air. Block's stock ol custom
made boots and shoes Is largo, and they
are all ot the newest and most fashiona
ble styles. lie Invites those in need of
goods In his line to give him a call,
believing that ha can give them better
bargains than can be obtained elsewhere.
Fred Koehler will open a new meat
shop In the .Wilcox building at the cor
ner of Washington avenue and F.Ievcnth
street some time during the next three or
four days. The counters, racks, etc.,
ire now being put into the building, and
when this work bu been completed a
supply ol the choicest meats will oe pi v:ea
on sale. vKred Koehler Is noUd for the
quality of tha meat he oners, and In his
new place of bmlness be will be m to
have a good run of custom.
Mrs. S. Williamson la marking down
her goods, and Is now selling straw hats
at price lower than ever. She U now
offering hats which heretofore
sold at 75 cents- to one dollar, lor
33, 40 and . W cents, and all
other goods In proportion. Her stock of
. . a . M n
flowers is very urge ana range irom iu
cents to $3 In price. The price tor press
In and remodling straw hats has been
reduced from 35 and 50 cents to 20 and 30
cents. Mrs. W. Invites all Inspection of
heffcoods and prices. ' K tr
'Of the series of entertainments to be
given by tba ladies of the Episcopal
church, the second will take place at the
residence of Wm. B. Gilbert, on Thurs
day evening. Nor. 1st, commencing at
o'clock. . The programme win consist
of reading and recitations, a charade and
exhibition; also ,jmuslc, both vocal and
Instrumental, and a short, but humorous
play entitled "Mum," in which all can
participate. Admission 23 cents. No
extra charge for refreshments, which
will be furnished gratis by the ladles
having the matter la charge.
slaving taken charge of the grocery
establishment at the corner ot Four
teenth street and Washington avenue,
sad pat la one of tho largest and best
assorted stosks of family groceries ever
exhibited in Cairo, Messrs. Pettis '4
Bird are now ready for business, and In
vtta.tae attention of the publle to their
House.. They have given special atten
tion ' to the , selection. ol
their V tnt - tn hvlBT "parch ased
for. cash are prepared to compete
with any other " bouse ; In the
elty" on sugar, eoffee, syrups,
i wm hshsi iwwim iiiiu hww, nm us
I BNtfeloa Uotv They ?& alwtti keep
tea, nam, oacon, canneu goons, ami in
cMpd leu tfew puiw, egg, ana
til kinds of country produce. They w 111
deliver goods lu uuy part ot the city
flee of charge and on short notice.
Jilwrs. i'ettls.& BlrJ solicit a lure ot
the patronage ol our citizens, believing
that they can give them better bargains
thau :au be obtained elsewhere. Jul
t n ft 3 . .. , 1 .. .... .;, -:
t V rraM SI Hun.
Rev. Mr. MorrUou'slainily have ar
rived lu Cairo, and have taken up their
abode, at the parsonage next to the M. E.
Clpurcb. (;,' " .;.
Mr. J. V, Ziuiuicr. agent at this
polut for the Cairo, Arkansas and Texas
railroad, has gone to St. Louis on Im
portant" business connected with that
Will S. litird of Denver, son ol Capt.
D. ilurd lata of this city, was iu the city
yesterday and spent several hours smong
his friends and acquaintances here. He
has grown to manhood, ami is now one
of the linn of I. Ilurd & Sons, lie re
ports his parents and lamily all well.
Wo regret to le&rn that Mr. Z. I).
Mathuss, lormcrly of this elty but now a
resident ol Chicago, oa account of Ill
health ban been compelled to sever his
connection with Mr. Vtil, his partner In
business, and is now traveling In the
far Wert. A letter lately received by a
frl nd of M r. Mathuss In this city asys that
he has the consumption! and that his
only hope lor a further lease ot life
change of el' mate.
When Hi Renowned Dr. Reynold Will
Vult Cairo-A Buaaastiou.
' Through the Temperance Union of this
city we learn that the time fixed for Dr.
Henry A. Reynold, the great temper
ance reformer, Is Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, November Oth, 10th an! 11th.
The friends of the temperance cause here
are now making the necessary arranire
meMu or these meetings, and will have
( . tun b ... -. adinefs for them before
the dute fixed lor Pr. Reynolds' arrival.
The place of holding the -meetings has
not yet been settled " upon, but of
this slue notice will be given.
It has been suggested by some of tho
leaders in this movement that with prop-
r eftorts parties can be mado up In the
small towns along the line of the rail
roads leading into the city to attend some
ol these meetings. It is said that special
trains can be chartered on the most
reasonable terms, and if the proper ef
forts are put forth there is no doubt
that a irreat many persons would take
advantage of the opiortuuity ottered to
attend at least some of the meeuugs.
Pr. Reynolds Is undoubtedly one of tlio
celebrated, as well as most successful
workers lu the temperance cause now in
Ibe Planter's IIite.
i'or sonic days it has bceu rumored
that Mr. Hexford, the popular proprietor
ol tlui rlanter's House, will at some
liuic In the near future, perhaps within
the next two or three weeks, give up the
management of that house aud take pos-
scsiion oi the Centralis House, at Cen
tral ia. A little Inquiry by a Bcilctim
renoi ttr bus revealed the fact that there
It a good deal of truth In the report, and
that the chaujje will oertmmy take place
within a very short time. .Mr. Kexrord
will take charge of the Centralia House;
and it Is said that that prince ol hotel
proprietors, K. R. Kgnew, ot tho St.
Charles, will become elder of the Plant
er's House also. It Is not to he under
stood that Mr.Egncw will give up the
management of the St, Charles, but that
ho will undortakn the task of running
both houses. We regret to have Jr.
Rcxford leave ( alro. He I an enter
prising man and good citizen, asd his
place will he hard to fill. Hut what
will be Cairo' loss will fe Centralla's
gain. We give the far.ts as above stated
as we get them.
Phil Beit Brewing Oo.'a Vllwfcutoa
Lager Bear. Henry Brelbao, agttat.
Corrsipondenc lollcltod. 6t
Tliora U DaoKer AtaeHd.
When those usually active little organs,
the kidneys are neglectful of l-heh- duties
and grow sluggish, tatty degeneration,
Aright'ii disease, diabetes, and other dan
gerous msliadles, are the result of neglect
to remedy this Inactivity hy medicinal
nwws. When the all Important lune.
tinns of the kidneys are imperfectly dis
charged, those organs need stimulating,
and the best possible agent for that pur
pose since it performs its office without
exciting them Is Hostctter's Stomach
Bitters, which, In combination wl(u its
tonic and cathartio properties, possesses
valuable qualities as a diuretic. Both
klJney and bladder are strengthened by
lt,and the vigor which It imparts to them,
and the gentle but effectual impulse
which it gives to their operations, is the
best possible guaranty against their be
coming diseased. The bitters arc invalua
ble in other respects as well as the abovo
since they remedy general debility, titer
In troubles, chills and fever, djipcpsia,
constipation, . gout, rheumatism, and
Miss Lizzie Jenkins is a colored wo
man who, when angered, allows her ton
gue to get the better of her judgineut aud
she shoot off her month at a fearful rate.
On Monday night she got mad at ono ol
her colored companions and indulged lu
some very naughty language toward her.
Officers Cain and Sargent arrested Llizic,
and yesterday Judge Bird fined her ten
dollars. She could not pay tho Hue and
was sent to the lock up lor thirteen days.
: Minerva Hurler old "Nervv" as she
ll called by her colored associates, wss
before' Judge Bird again yesterday tor
abuilng one ol her neighbors. She went
to the lock up tor eight days. i
In the circuit court yesterday the
Qululan case, was still on trial, and it
was late hi tha.evenlng. before the case
was given to the Jury. The day was
taken up in hearing the' arguments In
the rase. . Wbat,yie verdict of .the Jury
was we could 'not learn. Tba Walker
sate will probably be called to-day. '
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SIOXAL BKRVICE RErORT.
I Aaova I
STiTioK. !tow wAiia..Rlior Kl
FT. m. T. 13.
Pliubuig ' J x
Cincinmu.,... , I" M 1"
LomUvUI. h u 1 - 7 X A
l'idueah... . S X k
Cclro 11 I X
Ht. Ful... ,8 1
Davenport....... 8 a u
Kokuk...... . a )t X 1
81. l-oun 13 - 1
Stixniu BifiHl Strvirt, t'. S. A.
The little Bob B. (IraWs 8J Inches wa
ter. . '
The model barge .Sallm was run Into
and suuk by the 11. C. Vaegeras she was
leaving St. Louis duy before yesterday.
It Is thought that she can be ruisea
The Katie P. Kountz was well laden
yesterday for tho Arkansas river.
ThoT. T. Hillinan lor I'adueali,. lames
W. Caff for Memphis, ity ol Helena for
Vlcksburg, Grand Lake and hnrges.tiold
Pust and Yaeger tor New Orleans, and
Sllyerihorn for Kvarnvllle an; due to
day. The (ileneo sunk opposite 1 elta, .Miss
issippi, and lies lu 10 feet water, which
covers her main deck I o the depth of only
about 2 fuet. It the sand does not Im
mediately cut out from under her It is
probable she fan be speedily raised,
Captain . Pugari with a diving bell
went to her by rail this morning and
thinks he can raino her. .She received the
Injury while making a landing nt Delta
by flanking against a hidden stump or cy
press knee, and began filling very fast.
As soon as her condition was discovered
she. was run on the bar wlifre she now
lies. No lives were lost.
Will Hay has been .muzzled for a
while past, but says he is now free nain.
With legard to the launch of the new
Mary Houston he says: Tho honor of
christening the new Mary Houston yes
terday at the launch wa, tendered to
Miss Katie, eldest daughter ot our fellow
citizen, Mr. Fred Leib, who is a large
owner In tho new boat. When Captain
Barmore,ttie builder, was getting ready to
iatincn trie Deautlful vessel into we placid
river, Miss Katie, with a heroine's nerve,
gracefully stepped forward with Captain
t'hus. Miller, and took her position at the
how. Tho word was given to'cut,"
and amid the loud huz.as of those on
board and a&liorc, tho boat started Into
the stream, As her graceful bow Iclt the
bank and kltfscd the troubled waters,
Miss Katie, with a suiilc of childish sim
plicity, lifted a bottlo ol champagne lu
her pretty band, aud with a voice clear
and bold, slic said: "1 christian the
steamer new Mary Houston.'' Dravo !
Miss Katie: mar the new Mary Houston
always have iu leaving port as good a
send off as yu have given her wltb such
Poll Bt Brewing Co.' Milwaukee
letter Beer Henry Breihan, agent.
Correspondence eolioited. St
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need commeul. The causes which
produce it are such as cold, irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, tight
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
Ac. In large cities where edge, tools
and agricultural implements are manu
lattured, the grinder protects his lungs
from the Injurious efleets of tho dust
flying off the grindstone by wearing a
respirator, The coal miner ere lie de
sceuds the shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against lire-damp
Now It Is equally necessary lor those
who are brought In contact with any ol
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against It, the home stomach bitters.
'I he tlnest cottage In town. Inquire r,l
lw CiKnanr. Fihfr.
Kd. Braxton has returned to his old
itand in the Reiser bulldluL', where he la
better prepared than ever to nccommo
.late hia patrons and tho public who
mav favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense Iu fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all tho latest Ini
nrovemenU and conveniences, ne em
ploys only tirst class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in stylo and will receive
courteous treatment. t
Try It, Everybody Take It, Pbll Beat
Brewing Co. e Celebrated Milwaukee
Laaer. Hnry Breihan, agent,
European lintel Reduction In
Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
he European Hotel, being well aware
ot the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to all who mav wish reeulur board
to sixteen dollars per month or lour dol
lars per week, for dav board. In con
uection with tho European Hotel is a
ilrst class restaurant whero ovsturs.
game and all other delicacies will be serv
ed at all hours during day or night, (tf)
Yon Caii Rve
Money by getting your building materia
of Lancaster & nice, They aro selling lum
bcr at mill prices; a large amount of white
phic aud cypress shingles ol the best bran
constantly ou baud. Wo sell pine shin
gles at f 1.75 per thousand; sawed cedar
posts at at 23 cents each; white pine floor
Ing at $22.50 per thousand; pine siding
at $13.00 per thousand. Try your luck
with this Arm. tt.
Mr. Albert Grludlcr Is now receiving
order for sbado and fruit tree. All
thoso wishing trees set on their premises
may leave their orders at E, W. This
leek's grocery-store, or at tho rcsldonce of
Mr. Grludlcr at the corner ot Locust and
Ul, Mltal WablHKW llml.Ckl.MO. Ih. c.r. al M
rrin Ckrlt ! VmiUI IMmM, Rmiaal W Mill MM,
BU piiWoi m.luM.1 u ' m4 oui. U
9bwm a-. fc.MllM
mtla uiiihri Ium UIMim.
rii. ft .r.tu.. m m t
Mr. Block desires to call the attention of
the I'utilto to th fact that lie has al
ways on hand a large, new and lasblonabio
lock of ready-nude custom iloota and
Slioes which he wiH sell at
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Call ou Him At
USSt, Set. Wasli. & Com. A?e.
i.f jit kind j ol'
Fine Boots & Shoos
The Bost of FOREIGN and DO
MESTIC LEATHERS Always
Theatre Building;, Cairj U!b.
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Onioeon whurf boat, foot of Sixth btreet.'
OUice of llullidar lirothera. opposite .St.
hK.rptmn Jlills, Twentietb Btrm.
Coal Dump, lout of Thirty-eiKtith street, or
I'oit Otfivo drawer m.
Eviftsvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetewn, Evans
Vine, jjouibviuu, iuuiuuuii
and all way landings.
The tlfgaot tMe-whMl ateanict
ViLTita B, PawNiNUTOi, Matter
;MiMLIll I'lNNlHOTUN CUlk
I Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY it
o'ciora p. m.
The (t flttamer
Bii tluiVAiiu Master
I.caTe Cuiro every SATl'ttlUY.
T.Ach biu.t iuakirlose connwtloE. it Cairo
vlth flrtt-claja euomera for St. I.ouls. Meiil-
phie end New Orleem. anil at Kvansville wltb
the K. AC. K. K. for all points Nortk and I'Mt.
and with the LouiaviUe Mali Stnuuera fohail
point on the Upper Ohio, giving through r
Oilpia onfreiKbu and jiMiwnKera to all puinta
r or uriuer inrormauon apniy m
.IAMKS nriiS. Paaaenffcr Agent.
J.M.rHlLJjps, j Agenie.
nrtn it. J. GRAUMER.
HuiM-rinb-ndent and Gvneral Freight Agvnt,
ltS).JUIV. ftllUBTiii. urawui.
The Steam Ferryboat
Will be run regularly, leaving Green
Beld'i landiim at 7:45, 9 and l'io'olock a.m.;
'i 80 and 4:ii0 o'clock p.m. (luring each
8andl0oclocka.n. and at li., aad at
WnOLKSALE AND ItETAlb.
IN THE CITY.
Ooodi Bold Very Close.
: . , l i t . .
Corner 19th atreet and Oommerot A
9 a ennrjo
Nebraska Citv Ho. 2
O. O. PATIER & CO.
la louta.,' Boy, and Childrf Ml Clothing r. kept In Cairo only bvtu. W make HIS Meertlca .
without fear of being gain-aved. Boy.' garoienti coat in reality witbiaantaU traetieof
bat because par co u invarlablv HabelleTe thia faet and to iueeetirully deeelv hem-Wee eeel
keep, u la uaually done by clothier who So not tee th truth that aood garaeat hotel tamtm
era, end .noddy on drives tlieu away : Sattiaette. aad Shod lie., badly mad, alnnitelfiaaeeetof
a good artKl wblrh can l aold at very low llguree. We take pride In a lying that ihoa who
have dealt wthu -' "
The past Imy of in to-day when lliey de.lrea g wd
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FARNBAKER, the Cloffe
PHCENIX DRUG STORE
W ''" "1L
I Have Opened an
DRUG8, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, STATIONBBT
And Toilot Artiolca, ;
To Whioh I Call the Attention of the Public.
It9l will make the accurate eomnotindln? of Dhrsiaiana nreacriullnia a anew
HP eairl Bn. 11 ur tt
Is Preferred to all Others :
In. They are madeol the beet" WAMrTT A." MUSLIN.
and. HuMmaare three ply and made of the beat linen, each ply btlig guaranteed to be all
;:rd, 'J'hey are made only bv eanable and experleneed haadt, and ere etrefully latBetted aad
are un.urpaiiaed by any other in work manah ip.
Try Them and be Convinced!
FOR SALE OSLY BY - r
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
121 COMMERCIAL AVENUE. '.
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now oflerlng my entire
For IheXeit Thlrljr Daja
.4.1 I Inti'tul ! quii the lunnru,
FAttTlES IN SEARCH OF BAU-
tlAINS SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
(JIVE MK A CALL.
I. W ALDER,
Cor. Cth Street and Ohio Leyee.
V. Keisssr eft Son,
AiicJlonrers and P'alers In
Now & Second-Hand Furniture,
Etc., Etc. Etc.
Corner 8th and Commerc'l Ave.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer la
Ho. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
PKC.AX.ttentlot glrea tsuilcamaU aal
80 OHIO LEVEE, Cairo, lilt.
I LUW''ti a-aMteMaaMej
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article at a low price. Our .Wek ta ell
low prieee, to )aol4 urd'alji W
otalJi .Whea yu4
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ware at any prl"e, of Faney Trlaaiu4 Maaaaeat.,
Street & Oom'r'l AviJ
Entire New Stock of
SHIRI? Nam Ossi
WHY THE ; f ;
M it; te Ci'
St Louis. Uo.
TH0S, A. EIC1, 22.214.171.124,1.,)
IAS. Kiox, A. M., . IprinelHl
h H. HTOWOOD,' - - J
FULL LIFE SCHOUriSHIP; l C3
MOST Complete, Taoroog. aaA faeerlea
eonne of wtndT In th Cai4 Heaaei a
oourae Lndiapenaible to eyery yeoag aaje eav
fcvktngOB. thee of UA. . fjgj
Vor CInitrt4 Otrttlat, ;
Addreea. ' :
THOS. A. RICK. A. If.; t. - ..
OetllllT ' Preeideaa.
Coffee, Sugar & 8yrtt
Opaoialty xa Tcao,
Goods Delivered Promptly .
. -Blerla- .
Paints, Oils, Varnishta,
Always ea haa4, Om
Ooraer ntvestai fue
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