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Ttiareliaat, aad dealer la all kind ef mil and
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FRIDAY, November 0, 1SC7.
j?nc3da7 Nov. 13
Til liipl ni 1st Tnift Intilij.
, Solid Silver Cornet Band,
fluperb tad Comt4cte Orctxitra.
KUaamd leaU without txUi fbarge at
UartouuVi yuternwara Btore.
Monday Nov. 12.
Primrose k west's
In STAR ARTISTS
: Mnw Band of the World.
ila aa elegant, ehaate. and unapproachable
programme of noveltiee.
AdmlNion 10 cent., Beterved feats 79
cent. Seat Can be secured at Hartmao'
China sudtilaw Store. - V-
. CHiS, B. Ubiste, Agent.
Mr.Cbartea Behoenmeyer lias received
a Ui-se lot ol th celebrated Cobden eider.
(pcl weio) wbioh U beyond all question
the) best aod purest cider ever sold In this
;ity. Famllks desiring It can procure
lbt elder In ejamtittei to suit, by the
plat, quart or galloa, or in larger quant I-
tiea. rersont desiring elder oy uie Dar
rel eaa have their orders filled by notily ing
Mr. Schoenmevtr at hit saloon at the
corner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr, Sehoenmeyer bu also Just
rocotvida eonslgninent of the celebrated
California Riesling wine, which Is
hi a i an
w m mm m
" aqnai to any Ehlno 'wine. .This
win Is ? miBUfaetured from' the
eelebrated firaaan, grape, and bu no
;'. aaperlorinthaeonntry. And further, he
IrMM Moerlelns' beer, tho best made,
aad a full lino of choice liquors and el
. 1 aavtai'Cafl and m Charlie. He Is al
' wBMttadto see his frlendi.and wUlbe
:" louJd ready, to serve thsm. A free lunch
' ..' anisisi mry fAoralng at ten oVlook. ' tf
BrBMBi muilmm amery far Sale
Om nainar and Matcher, on Heading
lain, eaa flarlwav ana ont-uignw
nMBiae, for wbUh 1 will taks lumbar la
BATtBent. For terms sppiy to
rium :jm B-t via, nu
f 'J'ako jour Ist nip to-day imjf, wul
walk lip aud ll'D Hie pltnl tc-.iii)flit.
Jiw yciir'd la close t liuml nml m
k'llow ruilit iit nn well nw:iir oir now
m to wait, f
'J'lic ralu Iwil illicit mn lully ub iiunvy
in on the tiliflit rcvionH nml if gfiicni!
will bwullour riven.
1'likt Iim become of I'rol. .iiuiiiict'd
ppomtUH for the purpotw of Untilri tho
current ol the river ?
Vntt. I c Moiine, the oho Ivjrguil Uj;Lt
roic wilkcr, will walk to-)uy at -':.'I0
p. in. on !mowrcial avenue. . ,
Cira i-IioiiUI lia taken, now thai
void weather baa let io, uUout tho luillil
iorofllre, Karobvne aliouM be avoided.
C. W. ilevk, dlvUlon luperintcnJeiit,
end K. T. Jttn, geueral euprrinteudeiit,
ol the I llluol Central, were in the -it7 yes
terday. . Albeit Pinilu wsh the ioiluuute can. II.
Jiteattbe fair given hy the ladle of
8t. Patrick'n Catholic churih- lie receiroil
a.'iO von-. '
MIm Kntiua Ualcy, daughter of D.
Oaley, nutter niechanle of the Illinoli
Centril, la vliitlng at the reafdenee 61 Mr.
W. W, M'allaee.
If the) rain coKtinuei, we (cur that the
Temperance Movement will bo mater
ially injured by tho prevalence of too
duicIi cold watr. '
Ooo hundred eU of aarrow KUae
truiki wero liippd to CliicaRo yekteiday
hy the I II tool Central to be made into
wide guage trueki. -
The feetivitr given by the ladle of i-t.
1'atrick'a Catholic church wai well atten'l
ed In iplte ot it being election day, and
tha weather being bad.
Owing to"' ome tnltundrritanding
about the bid lor hUUdlng the Delta en
gine houte, (hey were all rejected and nerr
onei are no irin orJer.
Mother will grow weary and nigh
over the baby's trouble when Or. Hull'
Baby Syrup would relieve the child and
thereby (rive the mother rent. I'rh e 23
The returns Iroru llazlewood pre
cinct and Char Creek precinct are now
In. Fitzgerald, Hely an1 Yocum carry
ing Clear Crck, leaving Humin's mIor-
The poor and bumble, alike with the
rich ami powcrtul, find in Dr. Bull'
Cough Syruo a true, tried and trusted
friend. Trice i' cent; large size, 50
Mr. John Heecbcr ha a curiosity In
the ibape ol a dog. He (not Beecher) fre
quently drink enough beer to make hlra
itlf beastly drunk. Tbii, It nmy be eaid,
ii a "dog of the period.1'
Tbero will be good music at the
temperapce meeting, but we can not say
how It will be conducted, as that matter
will be subjeet to tho direction of Mr.
Reynolds who arrives in the city to-day.
Baklb' Cod Livi:b Oil. Limb iwo
Wild Crirky A pleasant mcdielne, and
certain remedy forConsumpUQa.ScroJa-J
t-i. lm ... v : n ...". i
la. Debility, etc. Now is the time to use
it. .'no. f. Baker & Co., Druggist,
Mr. Billy Morris ol this city, deliver-
ed a lecture before the Literary Society
at Villa fliilge last night, and was ac
companied by the senior editor of this
paper. We lallcd to learn the subject
of the lecture, but suppose it was on
Te mperauce, and that he took the editor
along as a "frightful egaraplo.''
We would suggest that the managers
of the Temperance Union Invite one of
our several excellent bands to play two
or three tunes in front of the building
list before tho opening of the temperance
meetings each evening. We understand
this Is "practice night" with the old
band, l'erhaps they would consent to
play a few tunes betore going up to their
-Mr. E. C. L'bl ol Chicago, was in our
city yesterday, and returned home last
night. We learn from Mr. Lbl tbat Mr.
Mathuss, bis former partner, is compel
led to leave Chicago on account of ill-
health. The climate does not agree with
him. He is advised by bis phyticlan to
go to some higher and drier locality.
Mrs. S. Williamson is marking down
her goods, and is now selling straw bats
at urlcca lower than ever. She is now
oflorlnz hats which heretofore
sold at 73 cents to one dollar, for
30. 40 and SO cents, and all
other goods in proportion. Her stock ot
flowers is very large and range from 10
cents to (2 in price. The price tor press
ing and remodltng straw hats has been
reduced from 88 and 30 cents to 20 and 30
tents.. Mrs. W. Invites all inspection of
fier ; oods and prices. If
Tho Planter's tobacco warehouse of
Messrs. Hiukle and Thistlewood, on
Commercial avenue below 8th street, is
being fitted up by the Temperance Union
la line style for tho meetings that are to
begin to-night under the Rev. Mr. lteyn
olds. A large number of seats arc being
constructed, a large platlorm or stage
has been erected at the rear of the build
Ing, and a decorating committee aro at
work doing their best to make tne place
pleasant and attractive. The house will
be verv comfortable and will seat, we
should think, 1,000 people.
' Far Bale.
' At $73 cash, a good sixoctuvo piano,
worth to those having use for it $100.
Iteter to M. Kuehne as to value and eon
d,,,on-. App,yt0 t.s:knt;
. i Western Union Telegraph office;
' " 10-8-2t.
Tea Cast Rava
Money by getting your building materia
oi Lancaster A Rlee, They are selling lum
ber at mill pries, a large amount of whlto
pliie and cypress shingles oi the best bran
constantly on hand. We sell pine shin
glua at $U5 per thousand; tawed cedar
postt at at to osnta each; white pine floor
ing at $MJ0 per thoosaad; pine tiding
at $15.00 per thousand. Try your luck
with this first. Ml.
nillliirry aul I'nncy l".Mli.
Mr. V. MvLvuu, Kiglith nirtet be
t ft eon H'asliluifton nml vJuunncrdai
avenue, is )M In receipt nf (inelegant
uikI compluto htoik of Milliuury Htid
Fauiy UooiU oi every kind. Among
other iirtleh'H wc uuy uiention that jshe
i .elliuir lluu black Rlruw Imts in all the
latest styles at Irom 40 to 50 cents; clo
guilt pntt'nis nt prla-s lower tlmn whs
ever Olll-rcd to tho trade; Howors and
feathers I rum 10 cent to frl; silks utid
velvets iu all the new i-liades at prices to
suit. In tho hosiery for ladies and rhihl
ren line her stock U not erjualed by any
other eKtaltliiihiueiit In thu city, ami i-he
iiokstliu ladies to cull ami examine tlit iu
Ijcforo oing el-icwltfre. Mrs. McLean
will sell Iter goods of all kinds us cheap,
if not chcaiicr, than the snmu Mm! ol
goods can be bought elsewhere in this
market. Mic solicits an examination u
icr stock and price", believing that she is
prepared to please all whom may favor
her with a call in both. Ladies desiring
to have haU pnwed can have the Mine
Jone for from 25 to Uj cents. 5-"tf
Mr. Pnnllue l. niltnr.v, l.loclrlo
Inn. With medicated bath, would Invite tho
atte.itlou ot the siek, and those suflering
with chronic disease, nervous debility
exhaustion of vital power, neuralgia,
paralysU. ieinuiucoinplalnU, catarrh and
all Impurities of the blood. Her system
of treatment U plesant ami southing,
no shocks are given; sin; has b en very
successful for a number of years, and
she does not hesitate to warrant a cure,
where there is any constitution to build
Having engaged the bath-rooms of Dr.
Arter on Tenth street, lietwcen Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street, where
Aim will at all times take great pleasure
in attendance on patients. Nov. 7-1 m
fs fo common iu tho country as scarcely
to need comment. The eauses which
produco It art: such us cold, irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
fcc In large cities v. here edge tools
and agricultural implements are manu
factured, the grinder protects bis lungs
Irom the injurious elleets of the dust
flying of! the griddstone by weiring a
respirator. The coal minor ere t I'e
scends the shatt pr jvides himself with a
safety lamp to guard ngaiut hc-lamp.
Now It Is equally neeeary lo 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.
A New bonrdlutf Ifonxe.
Mrs. Gafl'ney has taken charge ol the
largo house at the corner of Seventh
str3et and Washington avenue, where
she will conduct a boarding house. She
Is relurnishiug the houe throughout
with excellent furniture, and is now
ready to receive boarders and entertain
them in first-class style, giving to them
all the comfort and convenience that
could be desired. Mrs. Gaflney has hud
many years experience In boarding house
atfli hutel-raansgement, and leels confi
dent that she is capable and able (o give
better accommodations for less money
than any other boarding house iu the
citv. She solicits a share of public pat
To the I'libllc.
The undersigned wishes to inform the
citizens oi Cairo that he will he ready In
short time to furnish them with All
kinds ol trees, such as fruit-trees ot every
description, Shade-trees, Flowers,
Shrubs, Plants, Evergreen trees, for
Christmas, el different kind and sizes,
at the lowest prices and terras. There
fore, send In your orders early to have
them on hand In time. AH information
given on application. Orders to bo left
at Edward rhielecke's grocery store, on
Eighth street; Ernest Pettit's, on Twen
ty-eighth street and Commercial avenue;
Motcalf, corner Division and ashmg-
ton avenue; or to Albert Grlndlcr him
self, or through the postofllce.
A FKW OF THE PRICES AT
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
Uth AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 1) Amber C. Sugar
10 lb N. Orleans "
I) lb Hlo Coflee
4 lb White Sugar
4 lb Soda
4 Boxes Matches
Starch, per pound.... 05
Bars Soau 25
'J oal Oil. per gallon
And all other goods very cheap.
Also, just received, a clioiee lot ot Pure
dpices, M.islard, English Table Sauce
Call and sec us. 21-tit
Mrs. L. J, spear,
No. 118 Commercial avenue, Winter's
Block, calls the attention of the ladies to
her large stock of fall and winter millln-
zry, ot tho latest designs, which she is
Jally receiving from Now York and
MONDAY, OCTOBER 22,
she will bold her
continuing one week, and wishes all the
ladles to call and examine her goods.
As her stock It large and complete vis
itors can rest assured of finding her
stock to suit the most fastidious,; and she
will take special orders for anything that
may not ba In stock Ocl4-1 in
lloraa Aa-aln. :. .
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In tho Reiser building, where he la
better prepared than ever to nocommo
lute Ilia patrons and tho public who
may favor him with a call., He has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
eouplo of nicely Atrnlshed rooms, which
ha baa provided with all tho latest Im
provements and convenience. Jle em
ployt only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will hart their wants
attended to in stylo and will receive
courteous treatment, v " ? f ? .' t
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The City ol Vkksburg brought :t(in
bales of cotton for the l ia- t.
The Carl Sehur. went to I'ailiicah, not
to St. Louis.
The river roe 5 Inches here yesterday,
We mo sorry to learn that our friend
Johnnie U.iyncs ol G. I). Williams' Boat
storo, has determined to leave Cairo for
good and lake up his home uitli tiis
brother iu Galveston, Texas, Ho took
tho packet for l'adueuli yesterday to bid
Ids homo folks good bye, ami will leave
home on -Monday tor Galvevton. We
wish him success in his new home and
The Dexter struck thu abutment of the
Mononguhela river near Mch' Tort
while coming down tho river tho other
day with such force as to displace her
bailers causing a steam lej.o to become
detached scalding mate, William Kipper,
seriously and Engineer f!o.-s severely.
I'llots Smith and Frilllngsdorf, Ed.
l'ullerson an 1 William Whipple arc pas
sengers on the Donnally, to look at the
The little Airly Fulfo.i brought a tow
of coal to Smithliiiid for the Cumberland
Ironworks Wednesday morning.
The little J5ob B. passed down yester
day with a good trip ol freight.
The Jim Fisk tor I'aducah, Dora (.'ab
ler for Evansville, Siule Silver for New
Orleans, Colorado for Vloksburg and J'.
1. Schenck are the boats to-day.
The .las. D. Parker for Memphis and
' Cherokee lor New Orleans left Clncln
I nati Monday.
I Tho Milt Harvey Is due to-night tor
j Mr. I'arslow, correspondent ot the
I Cblcaeo Tnnm. .Mr. an Hock and Lr.
Thompson, of Chicago, are passengers
oh the A. '. Donnally en route to Flori
da to spend tlw winter.
The Shawnee passed to New Orleans
with 500 tons.
A cargo of rye is to be shipped presen
tly from St. Louis to Amsterdam, HoN
land, via Kads jetties.
Tho machinery of th General linel
will be sold at Cincinnati to-morrow.
The A. .1. Baker wilh :i freight barges
and Lulu Worth wilh 2 lee barges are on
their way out from St. Louise.
The rain of night before last was heavy
enough to suit any one, and the night
was black us Ink. It was a ba I night to
have to double trip over a bar. The
weather was still cloudy and damp yes
terday and the wind aw ful.
Ttll li-DAV KVSUNd,
.Sovtiulrtr 7. IS77.
We nrcju.it now having anything but
pleasant weather. It has rained moro or
less almost every day for the last week.
To-day ha been an exceedingly gloomy
one. and indicates more rain. However,
according to Prof. Tico wc must expect
falling and cloudy weather from the 7th
to the 15th of tho present month.
Boating above this point on either the
Ohio or Mississippi rivers is only fair,
and the large sized boats find navigation
difficult. Below Cairo there is an abund
ance of water. Rates by river are un changed.
The railroads are all doing a
Business generally is fair, though not
a? brisk as merchants would like to see
it. Thero is no change of special im
portance in tho market for either flour,
meal, corn, oats or hav. The demand for
flour is not so good, and sales of round
lots arc light. The order trade is fair.
Prices are steady at quotations. Receipt
arc liberal and stocks on the market good.
Tho demand for city meal is slight
ly improved, and sales slnco last report
have been considerable. The supply Is
fully equal to tho demand and prices
steady at S2 352 40 There is a fair
demar.d for strictly choice hay at $12.
Receipts of choice arc very light. Oilier
grades aro plenty and dull..., The
market for corn is weak, and transactions
are lignt. iicceints aro ugnc ami
the supply on tho market small.
Receipts of oats aro limited
and the slock on the market
small. The demand is weak. Prices
are steady at 25( 20c Bran is iu
light supply and good demand at $13
Choice apples are scarce and wan
ted. Receipts arc light. Common are
plenty and quiet The supply
of potatoes on the market
Is small, and receipts light
The demand is fair at quotations
Tho market Is overstocked with chickens
and prices aro lower. Turkeys are in de
mand and but lew arriving. They are
worth $7 30&9 Choice butter con
tinues to be scarco and in good demand
Low grades arc in good supply and dull.
Receipts ol eggs are light, and the
demand eood at lClGe. There are but
lew on the market.
RATES OF FREIGHT TO SEW ORLEANS AND
Lrybbl :w , ;'', .
Grain 15 U
Pork & Beef 35 . : . 00 ' .
Hay 20 i W
Bank landings 5 cents per 100 lbs., and
10 cent per bnl.uigner. .
Itf'Our friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are only lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and for hroken lott It is
necessary to charge an advance over
. . . FLOUR.
The demand Is lest active, and sales of
round lots are limited. - The order dc
mand is fair. Prices rfre unchanged. Re
ceipts aro good and, stock largo. Sales
noted were " '
ISO bbls. Various tirades
on order $ I 75
en orders..- 4 730 25
There is a limited demand lor strictly
choice hay at $U(&12, Other grades are
plenty nnd dull, and prices vary. Re
u ipN of choice hay are scarce. Sales ra
poi i, d were 1 ear choice mixed, $11 50; 1
cur strictly Gilt Edge, $13; 5 cars choice
timothy, $10 75; 3 cars choice mixed, $10;
2 ears red top $S 50.
The market is weak and the demand
light. Transactions ure very light. We
note sales of 2 cars white iu sacks, Die; 1
car mixed iu bulk, 45c; 1 car white in
Receipts of oats aro limited, nnd the
supply light. Tho demand is small.
Prices arc steady nt 252Cc. Sulcs re
ported were 2 cars Southern Illinois, iu
bulk, 2iic; 300 sacks mixed, 30c; 5 cars
mixed, in sacks, ;Mc.
There is an Improved demand, and
sales have been more liberal, Prices are
steady at quotations. Sales were 2(j0
bbls. city, $2 35; 250 bbls. city, $2 35
2 40; 25 bl Is. country, $2 20,
Supply light and demand active at $13,
Sales w. re 500 sacks, $13: 200 sack, $13;
401) sacks, f :i.
Choice npples arc very scarce. The
demand Is brisk. ReceipU are very light.
Common grades aro plenty and quiet.
We note sales of 25 bbls. mixed grades,
$1 72; 15 bbls. Ben Davis, $2 40; 25
bbls. choice lien Davis, $2 33; 10 bbls.
do. $2 23.
Receipts of potatoes are not so good,
and the supply Is now light. The de
mand is fair and prices steady at $1 75
1 90. We note sales of 200 bbls. peach
blows. $1 85; 25 bbls. do. $1 P0.
ReceipU of chickens are good, and tho
supply exceeds the demand. Prices range
from $1 50 to $2. But few turkeys are
coming in. The demand is fair at $7 CO
(30. We note sales of chickens as fol
lows: 3 coops old mixed, $2: 3 eoops
young chickens, $1 10(5'! 75; 3 coops
young and old mixed, $1 7.V5)2,
Choice continues scarco and In good
demand. Prices are steady at quotations.
Common and low grades are in fair sup
ply and light demand. We note sales ot
5 tubs Wisconsin, 25c; 0 tubs common,
15(S20c; 3 buckets Southern Illinois, 20c
2 pkgs Wisconsin, 21c; 10 pkgs Southern
Illinois, 10(5,2005 1 5 pkgs Central Illinois,
lC(5y22c; 3 pkgs Wisconsin, 25rt20e; 0
pkgs clioiee, 2 45,25c,
Eggs are scarce and In demand. Re
ceipts arc very light. Prices are steady
at lSftilfli?. fi ties were 3 boxes, 15e.
Sales were 1,000 lbs. pork strips, 8c;
packages, S. C. C. hams, I2j1?e.
Sales were 5 tierces kettle rendered,
Therein DnnBer Ahead.
When those usually active little organs,
the kidneys arc neglectful of their duties
and grow sluggish, fatty degeneration.
Cnght's disease, diabetes, and other dan
gcrous maliadies, are the result of in gleet
to remedy this inactivity by iik-oh inal
means. When the all important func
tions of the kidneys are imperfectly dls
charged, those organs need stimulating,
nnd the best possiblo agent for that pur
posesince it performs its office without
exciting them is llostettcr's Stomach
Bitters, which, in combination with its
tonic and cathartic properties, possesses
valuable qualities as a diuretic. Both
kilneys and bladder are strengthened by
it,;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 are invalua
ble in other respects as well as the abovo
since they remedy general debility, uter
ine troubles, chills and fever, dyspepsia,
constipation, gout, rheumatism, and
at Tin: 5tA.ni: oi.n stash.
tot 'Klrhnrd Hliiiaelr' tint Mntwoii
Mr. S. Matson desires to announce to
the citizens ol Cairo and tho surround
.tig country, that ho has returned from
California, and again casting bis lot in
Cairo, has opened a new stock of BOOTS
AND SHOES ut the same old stand, No.
1 10 Washington avenue, hot .veen Eight
and Ninth streets, where, while thanking
his old friends lor their past patronage,
ho desires to shake hands with them, and
supply them and many new customers
with anything they need in his lino. His
stock is coming right In every day, and
.s the best the market nflords. All are
nvited to call. 27-1 m
V. Heisser & Sen.
Anoilnnrrrs ami Dcal.ra in
New & Second-Hand Furniture,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Corner 8th and Commoro'l Ave.
It AR. AyrnuVMitari. Bud.
l.lm,J ITOITB CO..SI.U.U. n
Sold last year at $19. A big reduction in
the price ot overcoat from laat year' pri
PHCENIX DRUG STORE
Corner 18th Street & Com1
- rtaSj "
I Have Opened an
And Toilot Artiolca,
To "Which I Call tho Attention of the Public '
lay I will make the accurate compounding of physicians prescriptions a sne
cift"y- ' O. B. O'HABA.
DUl iflD m
IP S3 m nr 11
Is Preferred to all Others : ; ;
Ut. They are mail. ol tho best " WAM-ITTTA" MU8LIX.
!lnl. Hnsonii are three ply ami mail or tli beat linen, each ply being guaraata to b all
:!nl, 'J hey are made only bv cinablr anil experience t hands, and are Carefully iBDeted aad
r un8iirp.nel by any other Io workmanship. J . v""
4 :h. They are guaranteed to lit awl giv aaUal'uction inerary particular.
Try Them and be Convinced!
FOR SALE ONLY BY "
DEAT.EB IN i . ...
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
121 C'OMMKItCIAL AVESrE.
Fur Duoiusea of the
Thront and Lungs,
such a Couch,
Asthma, nnd Cod
Tl;" reputation It has attained, in
conciiicnc'' of l lie marvellous cures It
hiw proilo'-ci diiriiuj lb." last, half cen
tury, is a Miilicictit assurance to the
i uhlic that it will continue to realize
the happie-it results that can he desired.
In aliiio-t every section of country
tl; :c ;:;(' persons, publicly known, who
h ive been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lunss,
by is iis. All who have tried it tic
k ii ivl die its superiority; and where
Its viiii'-s are known, no one hesitates
as to what medicine to employ to re
lieve the dMivss nml sutU rim,' peculiar
t pMhnonarv all'ectlon.s. CllKKItv Pkc
T)i:.u. always nlfords Instant relief, uud
performs rapid cures of the milder va
rieties of bronchial disorder, us well as
the more formidable diseases of tho
As a safeguard to children, nmid
the (llstrcssim; diseases which beset
the Throa'. and Chest of Childhood, It
i; Invaluable; for, hy Its timely use,
muliitiides are rescued and restored to
This medicine gains friends at
c cry trial, as the cures it Is constantly
pro. hieing are too remarknblu to be
f irsrotton. No family should be wlth
r it it, nnd those who have once used
It never will.
Eminent Physicians throughout tho
country prescribe It, uud Clergymen.
often recommend It from their kuowl
edge of its ( Meets.
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical nud Analytical Chemlal.
HOLD UV ALL imUOGISIS KVKJtfWUKilK.
and all kiud Country l'roduce. ,, ,,'
63 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ilia.
color and heavy -
Entire New Stock of ' . ' ;
I A racer . Aaas-M,
tl- :.. .,
WHY THE '
S En :Q :n tt
I City .ftfftfj fcSg
St Louta, Ho
IH0S. A.BICX, A.
lal. KICX, A. M., , . f f Frlndpal
FULL LIFE SCH0URSNIP1 SSI C3
MOST Completa ' Thooah -aad TmiMm
count f Modr ia Mm Part atta a
oourw IndUpeatltd vrerr raaT aaaa a
barking oe tn aea ot lit.
ln niaatxaua Ornlar,
DIiLlt H, .
BOOTS &SH0E 8
Ooffe Siupup ft Cjrw
Spaolalt7 in Toaa.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
B. F. SlGho
Paints, Oils, Vtrniiha,
ail Paper, WUdy CllM, lTIa
' Ati l, J 1. annMtaf
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Oorntr Blvrwlk i
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