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.ilJlO BUSINESS HOUSES.
!. Any business flrm can have Oarer llnrs
.ft, In tlii. column under spiiroprUit handing
itiie rale ni Sl.iyi r inonin or SUperytar
avnlile (jiiurwtly in advanc.
Hardware. Mtove M Tin War.
V. HAU.KVr-DilOTlnfitoTM,Tlnnd Hsirl.
.tare, (mi. ten ami Parmer' Implements, Wire
..od, llclritftniUirs, I'umix and Iaid'lirs.
l'i Commercial Avtnus. Guittring, and Jul)
IV'irk done on short notice,
,1 . S . M.',( i A II K Y-Dntler I n h ard end ofl 1 nm-
air, lluorlug, ceiling, siding mid surtactd
, iutn ami sningie unine mi yarn
I' wrntleili street and Washington avenue
I). II AUTMAN Dealer Id Qunr-uswarn, Toy,
lampi and all kinda ol lancy artirj). UinuiKP
val uvenue, corner olh street,
WILLIAM WINTEK-lixrli street between
ymiiiierrial avenue und WaHhinnton avenue.
I lotliioic Hud saruaut Sallorlng.
JOHN ANTIUM-SterctuintTallorand (Wer
In Heady .Made Clothing, "a Ohio Levis;.
Ileal r.atale Agent-lee.
M. J. HOWLEY-Keal Kstat Agent. Ituye
Ml iclla real eaute, col tela rcuui, nay tau t
lur nou-iundenis.eic. Commercial avenue, bt-Ivin-u
Nnilli ami leu til streets.
U INKLE TIIUTLEWOOU
Cottou and Tubanco Factor! and pro
ii'etors uf the tanners' I olatcco V anliome,
ItfA 117 loiuiiirut-ruiul Avenue.
V) Oinrral forwarding and Commission
merchant, fur the aule uf rami, Uuidcn, Or
jliardand Hairy Produce. tilm Unr,
Is A. WllhELOCK AU).
!i General Forwarding and Commission
iiieretianla, and dealer la ull kinda ul trull and
Produce, tit ulno Levee. Coiimsnnieuui olie
iteil, BunciU furnished on application.
.Just received, yu(J barreb choke unfits
at til Ohio Levee. 11. Leioiito.v.
Foini At tobacco warehouse,!! ciilld's
gold thuln. Owner can huvts Wpj same
by paying for ttit atlvt riUimciit. Cull
at this oUicc. 13 :W tf.
The Tidal Hv-ll Una Ptrn k ( alro
Jut Kcctived 5,000 of the celebrated
Tidal Wave, 5 cent cigars, 'ifry them.
Trade supplied. I'KTTIS & I'.lliK.
.). Burger lias recently closed out ax-v-enil
large lota of Foreign and American
I 'res Goods, aud Is oifcring.thi; .'nine at
prices never before known In this city.
Cull and be convinced at J. Burger's,
Co fit mere! al avenue, Cairo, 111. 12-lo-ti
l et lie olrmaii'e Laundr) ,
Mia. Leltie Coktuau hat reopened her
liundiy oa Fourth ctreet, between wah
iu ton and Commercial avenue, and taken
tL,H method ct infotmlti her old Irleudii
and patron that the is aain at their ier
( e, and aolicin th dr patroL'ja. She In
reduced prices to ult the time.
The Cairo Tim-r society ha conclu
ded to open a w-hool in their hail, cor
tier of Tenth and I'o,il&r atretU lor the
purpoe lit Kiviug Instruction! in fry tuna-:
ic exer:le. I'arentg who di-sirc to
tid their children will apply a, It. llelt
aiker' btkery. n klhth ftreet.
'IVrnis, 25 cent per mouth. t 1 w.
The-inllowirtjf de-crib'"l prcjH-rty for
ale at a bryitin If upplk-d for soon, viz :
l.olt" and 8, block 0. viih residence
an J iuiprovetiien'a, corner Ninbji treet
and Wii-lihijit.iti avenm ; 3 h'uea and
lota on north lde ol Tweltth stn-et, cor
ner 1' ilar; tottago and lot on Walnut,
near iUrd. M. J. IlowLEr,
lr.'f. l!e:il Ftate Ajfci.t.
"The IWrU as" U beyond all (juration
the tet live cent cir o(l.-red tor nale in
lltii. marSiet. Mr. Fred Telcbtuan i the
sole tnSnuljcturer of thii cdehrattd
brand olcljtarii, and ofli-res a reward ol
one hundred dollai to any peroti ho
will dud any in them but the pure 11 a
vana lliler with Connecticut wrapper and
biudt-r. The iVrlea ht b-coo)e a jrreat
fivorite with Cairo tuoker, and the
'tlercand for ihetn ta constantly on the
increw. The trade guplied on the
most reaaona'de term a. For aale by
Xred TelL'hman, Couiuiercial avenue,
soar Sixth errex-t. Jy3-2tn.
Ed. Braxton haj returned to hU old
itand in the Ileir building, w tere he U
x-tter prepared than ever lo aci.uiiiuio
Jatc hi patrons and the public who
may favor bits with a call. lie ha.; pone
to considerable expen in tilting up a
couple of nicely fur;,lhed rooms, which
he baa provided with all the latent im
provements and cotiT-r&ience-i. He em
ploys only first cli's workmen and lhoi
who patronize him will have their want
attended to in ty!e and will receive
Werda of WarplD-:
During the preaent year, a in th; pvt,
the grave will c!oe over tboa.anda, sim
ply because they iieglect the means
which would restore them to becltn.
Meet the felt Jwtroyer at the threshold,
and dispute his Invasion by that more
thin wonderful mrdicine, Lr. MorrU'
Syrup of Tar, W ild Cherry and Uore
hoand. There Is no eouh or cold, ca.se
ot uthmi, bronchitis, bloott-spittinz.
weai; laniCronp or whoopiti cough
which win not y'eld more readily to this
great BOTxxiCaL remedy thin any other
mediCne. If yoa would avoid d'aap
pointaient, and be speedily cured,
yoor drujzUt tor tt. llorria' Syrup of
far, Wild Cherry aud liorehound. Tral
the, 10 tentj. Regular itzis, 5) cents
and one dollar.
SOLD BY BARCLAY BU03.
Frof. Parker Plewaot Worm 3yrup
In perlectly afe. F.itremely p'tlat.ihie.
No phyitc required. Coses 2 cents
Try I. Ulta
Blflit tear (b Old Nliaad.
Bsntu withdrawn (rota th deoeal irm
of Caoia k Woitloek, I will still eootlaa
the practlc of dentistry at Ho, VM Co tan r
iltl av. between iidt and 9ih treats, avtf
Ooldnne RiMeawater'i itore third
iMt Lorta tf Eight street. I W be pleas
dli all my old frteod and patioaa,
aad attend puaetually to their wanU la
the way o( denUetary. Very EaVpy.
C W. VTKITLOCK, 0. D. $,
Itt 1M Com! dnn aertft ( m M
SA1UKDAY, January 12, 1879.
Shell oysters Just received at the
Crystul laloon, IliHKV Wii.kkr.
Harry Walker acts a Ireo oyster iunch
every evening. "Don't you forget It."
Shell oysters lust received at tho
Crymiil aaloon. Hiwur Wai.kkiu
Shell oj'Kters just rtvelvrd at the
Crvctal saloon. HauiiY Wai kfr.
Oytcr soup lunch at Harry Walktr'a
Crystul saloon every tvciiini,' at 9
For Butter, L'gt:", Apjiles, tc, call at
No, (il Oalo levcc.
tl. 11. LEiUllTQ.
Query: "Why will men mnokcrnm
toon tobacco, v) ben they cun buy Mar
btirir HroH. '8'hI of North Ciirollna' at
A lull line of 11 mnels and lilHtiketa,
from the beet luiiriulactorlva In the coun
try are now on able at J. Hurler' at. a
tucrillce In the cost price. 12-1 .1-11
It is nil uiKlifjiutfd fact that the
linert (rent ral line ot dry cuoils. carpeta
and oil cloihs to le lound In the city can
be "ecu at the popular hout of J. ISur
er. VI l.j-tl
An unexcelled variety ol jt-pliyrs,
wools and lauey articles, ot all Muidc
and colors form an attractive lentureln
the circuit holiduy display at J. IJurfer'a,
Don't furjjet the free oyMer oiip at
0 o'clock this evening at Hurry Walker's,
corner .Sixth rtrect and Coiimierciul uve
1'aperholcli'rs, comb and brueh boxes,
nod many oiher ai tides too numerous to
mention at K. C. Ford'a Variety lii.i:ket
Store. Go aoU take a Jook at thy stock,
it will repay anyone. U-liO-'l.
For the next thirty days J. Ifiir;-r
will onVr bin extensive stock ol fabrics
and silks of innumerable prudes and pat
terns to the public at "really reduced
price?. 1J-15 tf
Ladies and MIsmY ciotks and lurs ol
the finest material and workimui-hip,
will fx; a special leatiire !n the sah; ot
iroods during the boii.l.tyi at l he houz-e
of J. Burger. 12-15-tl.
The reputation which the hotte of
J. liurpc r has attained in the sale ot
(tent's funiWiInjf !0i will not de
teriorate. An examination of ' the fine
stock now oti hand -Mil salily the tnoM
skeptical of its uperiority, 12-15-tr.
Persons rontem plating their holiday
I uicha-es will do well tociil at the hou-e
ol .J. Burner. For eleunt anil unlimited
Vam ty M stiK.k i.s uiiKurpii'M -d, and
pri. ef haB been reduced loattoiiiahingiy
An iinexclied v'iriety of z-phyrs
wixjIs and fancy articles, ol all Moidr
ai. d eo ors, fortri an attractive fef ture io
lie elegant holiday di.-play a! J. Biir'i r's.
Prlo-s redtii.-ed irom 20 to lo cent per
Baker's Col Liver Oil. Lime, and
Wild Cherry ijiekly relieves 'throat and
Lung Ji-eaM s, nti'l Imparts vior ami
new lib- to di biiiated t-iM'-i it tn ii . a J'l, a
Mtit in List.-. .1, C. HikKl: A; ( o.,
lO:t. 13, 5 W) Philadelphia, Pi.
Lo.r. On Monday. Jaotmrj 7:h. 173.
asighldralt mude pajuhle to the order
of Brjwn 4 Pryor. Ev it.vll!c, tridiHf.a.
and ajMin-t K. II. E'new, Cairo, Illinois,
f 1 1 liratt i lo-i between the Alex in
lrr county, and the City. National Bank.
The draft has hi en paid. Ihe timlers
will ph-a.-e return to rit. Charles hotel,
Cairo, ll.lnois. 3t
Children cry lor rib her' Catoria
It Is a pleasant to take as hotiey. It
contains no morphine cr other del. tr
lovs irgredierit, and Is sure to exjtel
worms, core wind colic, regulate; the
bjwea and s'omaeh, a. id orercome irrl
ta'lon caued by rah or cutting li'eth.
Mothers can rest, and children eolov
health, who ue Casforii. It is harm-
less, it i crtainly "pf-idy, and it I
lLM.OtsCEXTRL fi tll-ROiD I ViMF A'T )
Orrice or (itstniL Aorr. V
Cairo. Ill , Jut. 11, I J
Herealterp enger trains will not stop
at the 'tone depot, or any other point
within the city limits, to receive or Und
pengr. except, at th paasnger
Ht- Jki Jonsaox,
3f. Gen'l Agent.
Letter 1. 1st.
The following arstbe letter rernslning
nnealiej for In the iostrmrv In Cairo,
lib, Saturday, January 1 J, l.s"". :
Byeri. Nellie; Baden. II. A.; Brooks,
FnaU; Crrtree. Ltura; Don gsn, E.
J.; Dyer, PaoWla; Fui, Dian; Ro
erts, M.trj; 3wn. Mr.
6 i.s is.
Allen, r. 11; Blsclc, At; Bmmo. Aeh.
Birckly, Frtn. Brown. Geo V7; Brown,
J. A; Bennett. Wtn; Currt, ffm;
tweee. J W; Imvis. Phil; Eye, thas;
Eddy, VT s; Gnfflu, J; flkkt, A M; ft
son, M; HolTnan, A; Holmes, C; Hen
rck, Henry. Uoga, W ilii.s, Heiley. Win;
Lin--gr, J K: Leictit, Jicob; JbiN'e.T, b;
M wtin. P. AI; MjCoy. S J; MsOiulitT,
Thou; Nelson, Isum; Bu;Mell, J .i; Kowe,
L;Sorts, C II; Sinttn, C C F; Soavely,
J B; dwain, Tho; Stevens, .S L; Shaw,
Minnie; ViIU. 11 J; Vnunar. vVm.
Geo. W. HcKtAto, T. If.
3 ft, choice r;o toflVe, $1.
ID ft A sugar, il. .
11 ft, beat New Orleans sugir, tl.
o4 sverytftiag U at ruck hotton
Prte- Pirns Bnro.
Rent Ovr.B ad Killed it tut Cam.
damn Diebcrry Is tho nauio of another
unlortunnte.wbo lot bis Hie by being run
oyer by au engine on tho Illinois Central
railroad near the round-house, yesterday
morning. He was u atnue-cutter by
trade, and was for some time- In the ems
ployol Mr, I). II. W limns, of the City
Marble;yard, but being addicted to drink
Ing ho was olten unahln to work. He
quit tint employ of Mr. Wlnani some
time ngo, Mr. W, paying him $30. Hlnee
then ho bus been under the Inlluotice ol
IhpMor almost continually, and was on
one occasion sent to jail lor drunkenness.
Digbcrry Is a man about Ave lect
in height, und apparently thirty
years of age. He wag wen intoxicated
during I ho day by dlirrent persons, and
In this stale he wandered to tho round
house, and (hiding tho cinders on tho
trunk warm, laid dowu on them. At
about one o'clock engine No. 1.5, bucking
down lor coal, ran over the unfor'.unato
man while asleep, umnhlug his right arm
and right leg. He was immediately
taken t tho hopliul, where Dr. Stalker
amputated the arm above the elbow and
the leg above tho knee. Although the
sinters did ull that was possible to make
him coiiitorta'ilu and easy,,he died yester
day ut lull-past twelve. Bulore dying
lie spoke Ireely and was nerleully con
sclous. lie slated that before going to Ihe
rouml-hou-e he had been knocked down
aud his money taken from liiui. This
his bruises und cut hei,d amply lestilled.
As near us we can h um he is a man
willioul imiiily. but he has relatives liv
Ing in Brighton, Washington county,
Iowa, who wo believe have been uotilied
ol his dentil.
A fkMAL. I ho Joneshoro OaWf
referring to an article which appeared in
the UtLi.kiiM of Tuesday morning last,
a) s ;
The Cairo IJm.i.ehn Is mistaken when
it sa a iii.u lot: Uuutte utllrms tluit "the
eili.r:ii ol Cairo are opposed to lint Cairo
uii'l i. Louis ruilrouil, and are trying to
prcveiii the compuiiy from running tneir
truck into ihu cii) .'' We ntuled dial the
inanugeiiieiit oi Mr, Cauda, who always
promietd and never lulliiied, had lorltit-
ed ull coi.tl ieuce In the road, and led to
its virtual aimiidonmeiii from .Mur- j
phylori to Cairo, und joined with j
tho liiLLKiiN iii culling lor 1
a change in the maitugement
of the rwl, Mr. Smithcrs, agent ol the
Luropeau U'llidlioKlers, has been ap
poiuteU receiver of the K. and, we
are pleased to learn hail made arrange
ments to put Ihe track In good repair to
their depot grounds and elevaior In
Cairo. We have reason to know that a
majority ot the citizen, ol Cairo have
always been friendly to this road, aud
have done all hi their power to make this
enterprise a success.
lu tins connection we wish to make a
correction in a ttatemeutof a $t. Louis
reporter In an interview with Mr. Hinitti
ers, hj f,ir as this country and city I
concerned, it was atatud that Mr.
Cauda tailed because he did not
get bonds that were pledged to
bun by counties and cities. In
l his county he received half the bonds,
.VJ,')JJ. and pleilgnd to th-county com-mi-sinners
that he would lorleii the re.
malmler if the road was not completed
oy the lir-t day of January t liowmg.
1 lie road w is not completed umil March.
Attain. Mr. ( atula n.ipulaled to pay out
i.l Ull- JjtJIJ'JO that was lorleiteil some
ilUOOOor "). MJ due to ourcilizens
irom the stiti-cniitraelors who built tlie
r.iaii Ihroogli tins county, and have,
never been lui'1. It will he seen by this
j statement that Mr. Cauda was not rn ate-
ri my n juri-i n aneuiiy in tnis county.
Instead, however, of trying to build
the r'jil hi, d accoDimo late il pa
tron, he pnr-tied an opposite course.
There l-n'l a decent depot building ou
the ruad h. thi' county. He got the eu
tnnv ol te frtrmera by killing stoca aud
refusin.' to pay for it, aud by going Into
litigation in small matters that should
have 1.,-n settled wiihout con roveray.
Fr.trn tl.e-e :;iiiies, and others of like Ilk,
he .i.i1h d L'nii'ii county, like those of
Cir". while appreciating the benefit
. rived from the ri.ad, snd desirinir its
siiew-s. flepreeiared the rnannsremerit,
srul desired u rhatige. They wl-h the
tiew management sii'cesa, and will p
pr. clat. any arid eyery Improvemi'it
'hst mil re.irmrid to th" succi- of the
N now Gaiie.. ar,t to the nccommoda
tion of i' pstrorn.
tiicrtr Cocbt. The case of Thorn
Q linlm, af'er occupying the time of
the court for nearly three "lays, came to
an ind yesterday afternoon, although
Qi;nlan was ably delended by Mr.
Liuegsr. his case was a hard one and the
j'irv returr,e. a Verdict of guilry, and
fixed hi ptinUhrnent at five years In the
peni'en'iary. Q iinlan Is the man wh
hor the negro Ligglns on Poplar street
In Octob-r la-t. Clarence William, a
colored boy, on a charge of larceny,
P" tri"1 an 1 'e,'M'"i to on J?" io
the fenitentiary. Wesley O'Neal, also
colors), tor ealing four bottles of liquor
from John Tanner' saloon af the comer
rt Kleven'h street and Washington
arenue, w tr H and convicted of petty
larceny, and sentenced to pay a fine of
fifty dollar, and to seven dy imprison
ment In the county 11.
To Lecture. The Excelsior Social
sn l Literary Society bve made arrange
ments wlih Mr. W. W. Rindsll, brorher
of the ute Postmaster General Randall,
to deliver a lecture In this city some time
toward the latter part of this raonih.
The tuhj-ct of the lecture will be "Sonth
Amerii-i, the Hihit and Custom ot lu
Prop!-"." Mr. R.indJ was tor a tomber
ol year United State consul at one of
the leading irie-ot South Amertc. and
heing thoroughly acqdalnted wi h the
ways ol the people of tht country will
no dou deliver an interesting lecture.
After ptying the xpense ot the leettrre,
if there ihonhl be anything left, tne oa
clety will donate It to the "Woman's
Christian Temperance: Union. w
OvRBftcLiD Judi Baker rendered
hi decision yer.erd.i morning on th
application for prMirntnary InJ. motion
to ret'riln the dry from -misappropriating
the Ynx, fiowri and Company ln
ter-st" rand". The opinion wa Qiir
lengthy, an th lrjnnetta wiwrtenlerf.
W mvlerfan! that Mr. fltligher will
nw institute ult gtlnst cify treasurer
Pirker andt hi bondsmen to sompel the
payment of th rnferest on certain of th
Fox. Howrd A Co. bond held by him.
Measr. Lineg tr at L tns ten ars attorneys
tor Mr. Gonghejr.aml Greta OJbert
Weaa, . ,
Cook for CunQy of two.
5 '-' U.
Mr. J, W. Btrong ha accepted
sltnatlon la Halllday Bros, mills.
Mr. Bird, et tb firm ot PettliA
Bird, has gone south on a business trip.
Mr, Jack Aldon, bs attuuifld bis posi-
The H. M. C. C. aro already making
preparations tor Mardl lira, and are
determined, to astonish people on that
Mrs. W. II. Wilcox bis gone to
Adrian, Mich., on a visit to her brother,
who I there in attendance on tho DenUl
Colo'a circus arrived in this city on
the Ueo. 8pangler from New Orleans
yesterday, and will Irom here be taken to
Hi. Louis by rail.
A standard household remedy of nn
doubh d and acknowledged merit is Dr.
Bull's cough syrup. And it costs but 23
ccntri, All druggists keep It.
Sleepless nights and cheerless days
will bo prevented II you use Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup to Induce sleep and coinposs
tire for the baby. Prlco 'ii cent.
A. Botto, at the old Delmonleo, on
Obit levee, near Slxili etreet, has now on
hand a large supply of oranges which ho
will disposed at 23 ctn, per dozen. They
aro all tound. Try them.
Sweet repose Is enjoyed by those who
take Dr. Bull' Cough .Syrup. It sooths
disturbed feelings brought ou by a cold,
and positively cures coughs, sore throat,
etc. Price 23 cents a bottle.
Auctioneer Tom Winter will on next
Friday morning sell at pnblic auction
on the premises, tho ticrsonal c fleets of
Peter Cuhl. Big Inducement will bo
The regular meeting of the woman'
Christian Temperance Union will meet
this afternoon, .Saturday, at 3 o'clock, at
the T. IL C. Hull.
Mns. UirTK.vnoi'SK, President.
MolmkE. Wcub, Secretary,
Mr. Julius Sarbiuo and Mis Carrie
Grindler will be united in holy wedlock
at the German Lutherian church this
evening. Services w ill commence at 7:30
o'clock. We wish the young souple a
long life, and all that may tend to make
that life one of eonteatraent and happi
ness. We lake pleasure in calling public
attention to tho dental oIKce of Dr. I.
W. v hltlock, over Goldmine. 4 Kosen
water's store. Dr. Whiilock ha estsb
Hahed for himself an enviable reputation
as a man of rare ability In the dental
line, and one who never tails to give
entire satisfaction to bis patrons. Give
him a call.
The I'.nioh Cor.TTT Bono Casi. The
Jonesboro Gatttt of this week says:
" The attorneys. Judge Mulkey, J-.kon
Friek, Esq., deceased, and Senator J.
Ware, charged the county $3,000, and the
C ty of Joneaboro $1,000 fees. In the bond
suit with the Cairo St. Louis U.K. Co.
This suit was decided in favor ol the coun
ty and city by Jdge Baker, in Al
exander county. Ttte suit has been ap
pealed, and these attorneys, Messrs. Mul
key and Ware, have been retained to ap
pear in the higher courts, with a eatlsfuc
fory understanding in regard to future
fees in this c ... The county, we are In
formed by Commissioner. Brown, has
borrowed the money to pay these fe,
and tne city, wo are informed, will pay
it share as toon as practicable."
Tub RtrokM Cli.b M sr. two. The
regular weekly meeting ot the Cairo
Temperance Reform club wa held Ivt
evening, and wis one ot the most Inter
esting and mult largely attended since
the organization of the club. The in
telligence that D. T. Linegar, Esq., would
address the club bad much to do with
drawing out many who under other 'cir
cumstances would haye remained away.
The audience numbered at least six hun
dred, and every loot ot space In the la'ga
hall was occupied. Cipt. Tom Marshall
of Kentucky was the tfrst speaker intro
duced. Capt. Marshall spoke but a few
minute, but what be said was well timed
and to the point. Mr, thas. Pink then
made a "brief talk," alter which Mr.
Linegar was introduced. Although we
were unable to hear all that Mr. Lioegar
said, his remark were characteristic ol
the man, and while be bad only kind
words and shar fable feeling for all, he
made a ttrong plea In favor of tempers
ance. Hi speech from first to last wa,
wt.ll received by the audience, and he
wa frequently applauded. At the con
elusion of Mr. Linegar' speech a nun
ber of persona signed the pledge, and
the club loon after adj'iorned.
Vt o.v't Stop. B7 notice elsewhere, it
will be een that psengr trains on the
Illinois Central railroad will not stop al
the ttono depot to take on or let off past
tnger. The passenger depot la the only
place where pa'senger trains will step
within the city limits.
Iln tttr Almanac,
The edition of 137J of the sterling Medi
cal Annual, known a Hoatetter Alma
r.ac. Is now rea.Jy, and may be obtained
free of cost, of druggists and general
country dealers In all pari of the United
Mute and British America, and Indeed
In eery civilized portion of the Western
Hemisphere. It combines, with the
ondet practical dvice for the preser
vation so 1 restoration ot health, a Urge
amount of Interesting and ammlng tight
readings and tho calendar, Astronomical
Itenw, f., are prepared with great care,
and will be found entirely aceorat. The
issue of Hostctter'i Almanac for ISfiH, In
the English, German. French, WUh,
NorwKgien, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian
and Spanish languages, will In all probe,
blllliry be the largest edition of a medic
work ever publlbed in any country. The
proprietors, Messrs, Hoatetter JLSsaltb,
Pittsburg, Pa., on receipt of two eent
sump mU forward s copy by matt W
say person whr csaaot procure one In
toAL scnvtCB Rr.ronr.
iiiw wares. 1 Rla or fall
rr. i. rr. in.
"17 u' Ti f
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ft la --(1 f
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II 7 II
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J AUKS M. WATIUN.
Harsaanl Hinal Htrvka, U. 8. A
From the Cincinnati t'vtnmtrcial, IO1I1. ;
TIB NBW-rAROLIl srSSHKH.
The " Bradley Promnihor," an inven
tion In the way of a vcaawi, 10 be propelhsl
by what the luVenior claim to bo a now
motor," arrived lu Haluiutire neural
day ago, y tho Amtriean, and was
Visited by lion. J. L. Iliouias al tlie
request ol hur owner, who claim that a
tho vessel 1 not to bo propelled ty luani
no tloeuso is required, Mr. iliouias,
however, after examining tho uiachlucrv
and motive power ol ihu ' Pruuinthor,"
ileeidud that sho was a sieains
boat and must take out a
government llceriao as such, provided the
.uspectors aro sal lulled Dial her boiler
are uiado 111 accordance will) the steam
boat law "iu suuli caso made and pro
vided." Mr B-udley Is from Cambriilgw,
Md., and claims that the actual motive
power Is a certain kind of gas, which la
evolved bv iiiecliaoicul disintegration,
tho water I eiug lorcwd through solid sil
ver by hydrostatic pressure, which I
automatic, aud I operuled by the engine.
I his product Is Introduced lutoseiall
cell ol one Inch diameter, made ol tho
peal decarbonized tteel, and there quick
ened Into gut by beat, willed doc mil
need to bo over the orillnury temperature
10 1 rmluce steam. There I no water
Introduced us water Into the gen
erators. The apparatus, ho claims,
contain nothing but pure mis without
any likeness to a sieain boiler. Three
hundred pounds pressure can he had
irom alliiiubletullol wter,and the pre,
ure caH tie raised any degree to thousand
to the square Inch by regulating the srp
ply ol water. The ga frequently reaches
so Intense a s'ato as 10 show great sign
of electrical action, hut before being ads
milted to the cylinder ot the engine It Is
oxidized, which fully prepare It to act
with uil the smoothness of stesm on Ihe
piston. Tho vessel Is a yacht, 25 hi t
long, nnd It Is said has made II miles In
an hour and 1 hall, flhe lies on Ihe south
side ot 1 tie basin.
I he feature ol the day was the arrival
ol the New Mary Houston from New
Orleans 011 herllrst trip, which proved
ucoeslul In every particular, financially
and otherwise. Her speed shows con
clusively sho Is a faster boat wlih 1.000
tons than the old Houston with 000 tons,
and that she handles with ease. Mhc ran
from .ouisvllle to Madison In 6 hours,
with 700 tons. Including a lending alonr
tide the Charlie liowen In t he river, to take
the Captain 01 the latter on board.
Capt. I noma McClosky died at Pills
burg Wednesday night.
The coal men at Pittsburg have formed
an organization for the purpose of regus
luting the price ol coal at Cincinnati and
Louisville. It Is Intended to have all
the coal owned l y those Id the arrangit
raent put under control of one man at
each point, which will obviate the nec s
slty of agents and keep the market unis
The Cemmercitil says: Col. Frank
Baker, late river editor ol the Cincinnati
Ttmet, left on the Vint ihli.kle last night
lur Memphis, on h s mission south for
the Boston Put. He will remain long
enough at Memphis to Interview Col,
S. M. Jones and CaoL W. I, Trak. and
possibly take passage with Capt. Pepper
on the Thompson Dean for New Orleans.
Col. Baker is an evangelical Murphy.
Bully lor Col. Baker. May he live to
see all tlie world wearing a temperance
ribbon ol some color.
Ice from the tVaba-h p'ed hhawnee
The Mollle Moore brought 173 barrel
molasses, II hogshead sugar, 24 bale
cotton, lor Evansyllle; 10 barrel mola
ses for Henderson, and ha a good trip
Captain R. W. Dugan and diver AI
Bnrrl arrived Irom Vicksburg yesterday.
Captain Dugan goes to St. Louis and AI
Bums to Cincinnati, to-cay. We learn
from thera that they are now prepared to
take the heaviest and solidest stern wheel
steamers snd tow-boais, having Invented
t plan by which they can be raised wlihs
out fall. They don't propose to lose any
more sunken tow-boat.
The George flpangUjr, with W. W.
Cole's circus on board, arrived here at
The Belle MatoDhla for Memphis,
Idlewlld tor Evansviile.iim risk for Pa.
docah are due to-day. Ice fe still floating
out ot the Mississippi, but Is quite soft.
Mr J. y. Bristol, the organUt. and
Col. Lower went to Paducab 00 the Jim
Fisk last night. Bristol goe to stay
about threw week, during which time he
'ill canvas for obs.erlbers to the Mnr-
phy movement book Just Issued.
"It is better to laugh than be cryin2"
decidedly; and to enjoy your bsby's
uugning society dm Dr. Ball's baby
y rup which relieves the chief discomfort
0 babyhood without stupefying the
children. Price 23 cents a bottle.
It has become an almost univerial
complaint that It is Impossible to proe irs
a gjod 5 cent cigar lnvClro. To smos
ker we would ay (hat the "Pferle." a
5 cent cigar which In manatactared ex
pressly for Phfl. flnp. Is a cigar which
will meet with their favor. U U-tf.
HOUSEHOLD OOOfH, ETC.
Corner Ho! brook Avenue and l Street,
t RIDAT M0R5IS0,
10:30 0 dock, January 11, 117.
Everything appertaining (0 housekeeping
ASDRETf BCHRODIR, Agent.
TOM WISTIR, ArjMlAoatr.
Extraordinary Inducements to Purchasers
Usxtll rtex ahrldtmns VCesvls..
IT'Ori TTTTfl JXTECa' TinniY DAYO
Willi elToi to lli I'uMIc lam
Th Finest asanrtinsnt of I.atllfs' Cloaks and
Uiif'iliilled Allrst tlntu silk lUnderchli'ln,
A Full ai d Ciiuinleto Line of (IrnM' FurilMiIng (lmi- - aid at a.tnnl.hln.-lv tnw nrlaaa.
a.i!.ii in, uui- aim r aney ariiiuns 01 ail susiie anu iMiui a.
I.adlss Klim s actually at Coat.
Carpet and Oil Chilli" In endless variety, tpiallly itul pattern
n'..i 1 . , . ... .
tl ..!. ..I 1 ,. .
aie ot iii uut'icu 111 ino'i eairuoriiiiiariiy
A 4nil Hint.
In our style olcllinale, with It sudden
Imnges ol temperature ruin, wind und
sunshine olieu lutermlnglo in it single
day It 1 no wonder thai our cbll ren,
Irleml and reluiive arc so lrcUciitly
taken Irom us by neglected colds, half the
(lentil resulting directly Irom (his cause.
A bollleol lloschee's tier mail Syrup kept
about your home for Immediate use will
prevent serious sickness, a largo doctor'
bill, and perlutps death, by ihu u( of
three or four doses, For curing Con
sumption, Hemorrhages, Pneumonia,
Mevere Coughs, Croup, or liny iliseaaii ol
the Throat or Lungs, It success Is simply
wnnderlul, as your dr uggist will loll you
(iertniin Syrup is now sold In every town
nnd village on this coullnent. Sample
botth 1 for triul, I'lc,; regular size, 7fie.
Ilnnile Karapeit f rom Jail.
Yesterday morning the jailer noticed
a hole In K Hide's cell, and 011 Hivestiga
ling hi) lound, liaudo bad iniidn hi es
cape to Ihe Original Penny store, "70"
Ohio Ijevie, to seo Walt Wright's nevv
wiigon which was loaded wuli Gout
oysters, 2 cent inalchi a, f cent augur,
.1 cent soup and n lot ol oilier goods sold
cheaper limn any other 1 ouse In the city
can sell. Walt, on top of ihe goods, was
delivering and taking orders loro hi r
goods to bo delivered promptly. He will
lurnlnh you Willi his postal cnnU free, so
you will save time and I rouble by orders
Ing your good from him, '
Oiifoi.tsr. Pknnt Si'ier..
Dee. 27 .fit, 7d Ohio Levee,
Report of the condition ol tho Uly
National Bank, at Cairo, In fho .Stale of
Illinois, at the close n business, Dec. 2t
Loans and discount $21,101 IH
L'. ft. Bunds to secure erreula
.Hon Ml (MX) ft",
U. n. Hiiiiils 011 liaud ,1IK) IS)
Oiher slnck", IioikU uicl mort-
Due irom improv
ed reierve sgts.. 77 (i.'l li
Due Irom other iia
lloniil banks 1'1,1'IIJ C'J
Duo from state
banks A hanker 1,1'.'! ,",0-9 iil.'l H
i.enl ;stal, f uriill IIT'3 lilcl llx-
vtures 1!') f) f,5
urriiil expenses nn i taiea
paid i VKl M j
Checks and oilier
cash Hems $ 3.UI I'-
Bills id oilier hank 1,X)l 0(1
f raciliinal curren
niekeis) ki:i l'i
gold treasury cer
I-gal tender note. 21.W UO-iiw i.71 0.1
Reileni prion fund Willi U. S.
treasurer (.1 oer cent, ol eir
rulailorii 2,2-V) fiO
Due irom L'h. trea-urer,other
than ft ier (-nr, redempllon
fund 2 Kih K
Total fi78(.lil 73
Capital stock paid In ItoO.OOO (X)
Surplus fund 2-V'ss) On
Coillf Mled protn 'i.!,tl u
National Bink note 0110
siaoding ii.riO 00
subect to check, 2.10,26 OS
Doe u other Na
tional Rank 6.774 85
Due to rture'llank
aid bankers 7"e-2V V M
State of llliroi. couniy of Alexander, .
I, W. Hysiop, cashier of the above
nmd bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is f me to the bt of my
knowledge snd belief.
W. Ht'Lor, cashier.
Subscribed snd s orn to before me this
10th day of January. 187S.
If. If. f'sisnre, notary public.
R. fl. CrjjnjioffAM,)
O. D Wit.LiAVtsosr, I Director.
(I L. IIsLMDaV. )
Sfara ftft.lisol, smntr nf Alataadsr.
Cireaif .Min at Atasandav ei,try,.fanu 17 'TiU,
Hrnr Whiitm 'STIiam f.iohSrt, ffatiry
K.knA Ka(h :.... tlwr'ss t, chn.S anrf
(ir-i rtv.ti, h(ii in rofr.rro and fr.rsr.na- si.-.r,
(aa la enaaesry.
Ani'iifii uf ina no-w.ins-ra a. ri-nry
fri. hiv-tV sn4 Kami S e-Ivfi. .(V. tt ( Dm
4-aivlnM sfav aan d, kiSf hara S:d 1 ifta
n (ha r wid flrrmi atnirr of A4Af
ei-mnry nArioa is k. r.hy ai'-sn fc wtd nn.v-rs.Meai
SatraSanr, th it lha anmpUiftont d Sis iu.i
anmv aine in au1 .wrt tSa skaaca i i ihsisv.f
nn J f Saysf .avaiYhsr , l. s,7, and haf
tumn am rSsyHjr. iasad nr s at.v snui"
aeaiast aaM Sstandanrs, M'tirn.ttila va cha a .','
Mnrlay T Ossuary. A l. Ks, ia Ivy "
mi' 4 V" rhsrafnss. a.tlass y..n rhaaitdrlan'
ry RiAhkr.lf d Karht KtcSli, iV (hall aarsi.nany ha
B i. Haf, ra rh4 aire .if 'Awn i Alsx-n-SayaAiinif
an ,aa i.eday of ". sate rrs rhaya
af, m Iva an Saa at tha HMrr H.nis in th lry at
(Mttn,i as id Munry, an tha m vlsailay .f l inn
.ry . ft I 7S, a a) piaait aitsr w iVmus nvtSa
Mid easolanaar't aul af anwyiaiM iha aaa and
tha (rtartara snd rhmgs rhrS-in s.ha.'A,l and strfiad,
Mil ha (aUas a.,nfsaat(. and a torvr snrarad
atainsc yvi anmrin in rh trtvt nf uui Mit.
Jw a. Kay. liar's.
0s Craeae, ( KUinsni't snuo.w.
n Iln, U
in laae iiea-nre 111 announcing 111 ulir patrons ami I list putillil gnicrnlly tint W
aro now nfli ring spi'dal liidiiceinerils In those who purchase wlihln ihu next HO
diiys, A ihmisiind new and nttraeiive nrilch s of verm are now on exhibition, nnd
!tftsy'Wijijai ubjii jay 1,
unitiiil.nl. lliraaliis Is
Furs in Hi 11 ( Ut.
Collsis, Culfs ami Tie in Isrtr variety tui
. ... ...
.1. Ill IU.I.K.
CLA3 13! AFfllCIM 1
Alinlinniit unlver all ai'lnuiurii.il..o.i ,
tlm 'iUHl reliowiiiid ijulrk eiirnever lirtmnut
liefnm tlm iulin In tlm Mindetu.tli axn-
tu ry lor lh p. rlnct curn uf
Man and Beast!
Thla ioiular and great healing remedy,
long r hid ly anrtrlrig liuniaiiliy, Is
riving niiliiiHiitlca ii'iin of Ha merits by
nil having ic.icd Its uuiivalnd puwers, and
II all cues rlaliiii.ig It (tin moai piiWaf.
lul ii!iii. iiy and quick rrlii.m Irom ugony,
Diamond Oil Poscssos
he hsl com i-iilrstrd tipullng propdrtlea,
ipileknst aelniillHe. alts for pain fellnl, ninat
eoiuhhind IM.nlli ltd nnresslllcis, a A II 111
riit'iil fur man and hnast, ever Intrmlui ed
for puhllu heliflil,
who will ii thla linirrii'iil In tlrnn. will he
cnnviriccd th it tlii is u turn i urn lor rhMii
riiatisin in nrnlKla, hnil-n., aprnlna, swnl.
lint-, Inirus, nits, 1,11k, IniiHir., pllna,
Injured liiuiis, siails, gtiut. illptlierla,
'ore lli'oat, toolhui hil, linndanlle, llisset
hitita, Ilia, i'iilc, t ij.i. w'trni., etc., fur the
human rv ", ami Is
or; ewperiny, rlngti'dip, straifa, eallnria
sli.ewa. hu,., euros, cilia, hruisea, Imnf.
ness, trlrii I fe'lm-ka s sviria, euli., hiiiia,
wuidguli, pull evil, ff t In ami slump lUim
ilatnts, and all gmin al diseases in stork,
and tlm rnaiiv otimr sllli' linns of tciii man
llMNI (ill, is for i't4 b Fusee
llai.rv, helng well renmicndnil by all
druggls, phyh lana, and every win wfi i tins
nver used it, Price, V cents pr hilttls,
W, K. FA'IAVA r fi
Ilmmch ( m ' . Intlisuiipolia I ml.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho nly Itonrl Running Two
DnilyTreins from Cairo,
Train l.eava Cairo
j VIS) i.. f ist. KXprn, arriving In flt,
j houis ., p. m.; Cblr.ego, LH, a.m.
I 7.0 p.n.CfWCINNATI feT.OUIS
V.LI.K FAST LINK
-Ti vintr n Inelnnsil H.Ti, a rn.; titil.
v.lle, J't, l ill ; Indi inapolla, 4.15 a.m.;
I'aa-elignra hy this t ftiri airlvsst atrfiVS
ft ft HOURS
0? AWT OTHfitt EOTflS.
,11 p. rn, rt Mad witn slsfpora ttart.
fd. for l. UiVlii and CHIJ aOO,
srruin in fl. I.011I-si : s.m ;hi.
csi'i si t ..in p m. Cnonsfting a' Odin
or Kningbsir, l'ir Cinclnnstl, Louisviile
FAST TIME EAST
..s-ngsr by Ibis line gi lbriugh lit
tlie fCaal without any (Inlay i usd by
fr.s .ha 1 1, 1; l Y ArTKBN'iOtt TWA IS
KIIO.M CAIltd AKKlvM IS NfCW
YoltK MW.MIMY MUW.sI.Xi '
A I lie ,V
6 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK AST OTIIKH Mi.CTK,
Ndvsrtiarnnrit of eorap tin' line Ihst
t n R y Hi ks belter i ma thsn this nrifl, are
sra is-usd nltiis.r thrnugb Igr.orsnee or a
dssir to rrii)d ins ptmilr.,
ir tbri'ifD thket end Information,
sppty at Illinois Central H. K. I 'spot, Cairo,
rssiss si?a At osiao
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fad . v..., (,....,. 14 a. .,
J As (HSsiS,
Osn'i Somnsrn Aitt
ft. Jos, Tlrks Aa-f.
esroaT fr nts roMTiov or tna tt
svmur cot srv bk or tsrao, n,r.
r tksj m.w r, arsiMt.
jhi. 7rn. I sT-i,
Loantand'liscour.ts.., H,24I 71
fiw irom hinks Iff, jr.
Cash on band 3.4,(1 M 1J.7W
Ouilttand furniture... 5,Ouf) fjfr
Capital stork paui in
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To4f... ... 0
We, r. Bi'os, prwanleng. snd IL "ell,
fashier of trw sho- danv-d heek, do
solemnly sf rhaf. the atKiv srarement
i ffiss to the ts-st of our knowledge snd
H. WstM. Ctsiiief. fsjiewf,
luharrthd snd swey to before sue Ibis
7th dy oi Jsnoafv, K.
MA SO, 6rt Swrl, rr La
Ail Atarrilaf w (fats M tiof WA
rieaeeoeif iW t.rreaUfr fiat.
U. r.XaaMtr, aajsartasa, g
f 1 1 fi km- avtseifjrs.
sella I eMleaTUI tarsi n CM. C, t . f.
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