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The -nlfrtitsafthaaboMi order nvt
I at tt-nr hull tit Bnl and Hunt Mi.ml.
i' aawt) nuotlb Uoaimnniial tvMttf, 'Jd duor
iwaiavi uinwnw ,aia a m.
lr,l w,G.(l. M.
KaliHa of PytbUi, nxvta nuj Sm
day niht at hilt-pul a-vtn, in Odd
Ifellowa' Hall. Howa,
ALEIAKPKH tOPrtK, KO. Sit,
lnliMB)ait Ofito of tdd-fl
low, dikU fTtry Thursday nitclit
S "-- t half put im, in ibwr hall r
tmnitttul armue, hmrma Mirth ud fierrnt.
mil I. l. aiiroio, it. u.
PIA-IBO EKCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. r., ro.l
Iin Odd-Fellow' IUU on th first tad third
e -by In erj moo la, al half-pat aeven
t A. CoMixo. C P
$ A CAIRO LO I
; 'ami FUrtith
CAIRO LOOOK. VO.tr, AT. A A M.
I mrular eounnuiucatkii) in Ma-
eonwr CoiniiKTvial aeon
rirtith atm. on we kwm.uiiI
rartk Mnodar of monin.
M A.mvi.aiu,3 mil uvi i v ii3 in
t. n. . - . M l v.
ic u D'-M Jv-aies senate umu jjvu o,
The sute boar J of be-lth arfjiun;t J on
TidfiT to mtrt at CTiarlestoo oa the SiM
' isL, attr hich the next nvi tiiit: will j ' '
s nr.u iu u:is cr.v vu we o.ti ii;vi c
A bill bts ben losrod-d in tue
hio kfislararv mkfo; it an ofleue pu'i
bible by fine and impriPoutnerit lor a
t wyer to advrrii-e to prows-cute divorce
Thi wholesale dm; house of hlm I-',
etry, Curran & Co., of New Yoi, I. s
upended. In the mercantile agency
ooka the bouse was marked to luve a
tplul of fOOO.000 to $750,000.
atom Tnrllsh reverses are report;.
On Thursday," says tbe latest dispatch
i. "the Servians stormed and carried
le beiehta lurrouailirtg XUcb, and Fri
y tbs garrison surrendered uncomm
on ally. Sertia'a trophies, are 90 gnns,
I.0OO muskets and S.OdO prUontrs. On
le same day Antivari surrendered to
le Montenegrin torccs, wbidi are now
.arching on Scutari. The Ru.-si.ma nt
r the capture of Stliipka p-j and Kzm;
k baTe pushed rapidly lorward to lki
ighra and Yeni5aura. cutting the
amboli railway leading to Adrmnoplu.
resent Indications are that the Turkish
werof resistance Ucompleteiy br(J;rn,
irtly by reason of their reverses dis
iartenlng tbe troops, and alo owing
the disorganization, confusion and
iwrtainty prevailinsf t f'anstantino
4'ntrreM Mitonlil Art Promptly.
If we could, by any word we could
lite, mil uence the senators and reprs-
. tntfltlvna it innniviuB nnur m.iiBsitiititpit
1 Washington, in rettmtnee to thu cur
ny question, we would appeal to them,
2 behall of the depressed and distressed
'islnesg Interests of tbe country at large,
2 act promptly. This public susiensc is
public nuisance, Every nmu in eon-
j-ess who Is capable of forming any
Union at all upon (he questions ol specie
Gumption and silver retnonctization
t'ust be ju.t as well prepared to vote
i;Xn these questions now as be would be
''ter a month of windy and Iiiuajoical
Jeech-rnHking. -'It 'Iwert' done when
,s done, 'twere well it 'twere done
hickly" so that the business men of
je country could know what to calcula'e
jon. Now they are "all at sea,"aud
ill b until final congreseioniil action.
jTHX following, ol special inierest to
Jver men, was among the Washington
JHtctwS to the St. L-)M! R publienn Ol
lu rday :
V'The bouse commerce coraiuitt-e to-
y agreed to K'port the sti ainboat bill,
! lich ha Several times in previous con
J ees passed the house, but which has
nays been 'held up' by Conkling in
. e senate commerce committee. The
Jl 1 Is the one advoc ited by steamboat -
?n, and eseclaliy by river men,
I caur It remcves that Individual
i biiity clause now in the law. It Is
J derstood tbat Senator Conkling has
fc elared hisssMtention to allow the bill a
i' r show In the committee and in the
' late. Tbe house committee, also re.
nsldered Iti Informal decision made
f. t prior to tna holidays to report the
li 1,000 special appropriation for im
"j DVeinenU In (he Mississippi, Missouri
! d Arkansaa rivers', and a smaller sum
the Rad river at Ji tlcrson. The ap
; ipriation will, theretorc, not hetTsked
: til the regular river and harbor bill
S nes in."
JUhop Cox, of the western diocese of
w York, speaks as follows of the pro
i clonal temperance tramp :
4 -.t is not reasonable that Irresponsible
? ii should come Into our viljHjrn. ad-
h Use l heir plans, and then demand that
ji clergy should auspend services of tbe
a rd's Uy, or some other solemn festival
r i-Vfn the koleoiuitles ol Holy Wei k and
q od Friday and send the people to
' u to their barraiigues, olti-n vulgar,
m d lull ot false morality. But above
j L we cannot subject ourselves for
insianno tneir uerpoticiaws as to
asures. or their narrow y ews of the
tola subject of moral obligation, and
irirequent denial ( f man's liiUriiil-
i and the needs ol divine grace. Nor
l we submit to see many other lorms
iniquity and profligacy winked at er
jdoned, provided only a man Mill
'dge himself to total abstinence. Nor
4 we send our children to listen to thu
ormed drunkard, as It his return to
( ncv olten, alarl so tnomeutary
ra nu(1inleiit niialillcutiou for inuli.
' i i teacher ol propriety and virtue. Too
W tn this class of pui llo speakers
'i . lory in their shame." and insg
, it their nlwtlnence by details .ot
i ' f.dr former devradation. 8uch are not
j; ) uioii una measures we can counten-
, (. " pi ;
f js; but su much Ihe more In our way,
us teach leinperanoensthe duty ot all
a abatlnefloe as the duty of all who
foot be temperate, and in general the
( j (rf Uiomi who need neither stlma-
it pir,p tnnlM hWa nrwiu.ul Hi till In llinr
f foua health ol rbvlr young llle, to
t riill artlflelal xdtmnu are in
1, - f mrv. .vm.v ..W vv-VWr WW... ...
i ,;a-B- blight.
IUBH!0X ni'IiKLOW, OF JOUXSO.V COt'NTY.
Hti't lUt Mt.
Tlie supn-mo court, ycniirday altt-rs
tiooii, grautud ttie petition tor a Miperse-
di'Hi in the ca- of Harrison Burklow vs.
the Teople. I'he caso has heretofore
hero Rlludcd to In the columns of the
Ibyultr, and Die history is briefly this :
On tin- Ctli of July. 1177, at Foreman,
Jolmsnn (Vuuty, Harrison Burklow,
wMIe ensagi'd In an altercation wltb
David 'Aaitmr. killed the latter. Ale
was iinmcdiatetyamied and commit tod,
after a preliminary examination. On the
4th of December he was indicted, and on
the lOih ol the came month put upon his
trlul, found gul'ty ot murder in the first
dt;m, and on the 21st ol the same
month was sentenced to be liar.ccd on
Tuesday, January 15th. The attorneys
fir the prisoner, immediately ufter the
tntence was found, applied to thego
eruor ler a reprieve or a commutation of
the sentence, but the latter not feeling
dUpofd to liiierlertj, ipplicuttion was
fund to tbe supreme court for a iti
pi rdt as, on a writ of error.
1 here were ten errors assigned by tbe
delecdant, the principal ones being:
That the prisoner had not been tumish-
ed with a lit ot the grand iurv who
Ijii:;J the indictment.
That the di-tense was compelled to pats
upon lite qiMriicstfonscf two jurors at a
fbi: records ol the court did not
show tb.-.t any taleimeo were authorised
fo be fummoued when the regular panel
s exhausted, and that they were not
f uasiuond In the manner preseribod by
That the pri.orer was sentenced with
(ut hems giveu an opportunity to be
hear I in his own defence.
That the prisoner was tried, convicted
rod rer.tem.vd in a court uot recognized
by the ciust;tuti!n of this stale, being
one crVHt?J bv an act of the legislatnre
at its lit t-.'-sion, known e.s tlie judicial
Tho!!itr errors a'figne.l were the
u-ual one s to iraroiier iustruotiocs,
t-xc!uion of evident. A?.
M ij. J. R. llioro is, of iennv who
wj avigneu by the court to d;f?iid
llurklow. in his a'le argument bilore
the supreme court dwelt nt lungth upon
tbe que-tioii ot the constitutionality ol
the judici.'il circuit bill, relying tmtinly
upon tlixt to gain the casr, and meiuliers
o( tlie b;:r concur In bis opinion that it
wes upon this point that tlie bench were
unanimous in granting the supersedeas.
Summons was issued returnable to
the sou: hern grand division at the next
The Valley Clarion, published nt (.'15
ttr, Illinois, says : From time to time
we have relerred to Ihe danger to be ap
prehended from the encroachment ot the
Mississippi river at a point ubout two
miles lrom the town ot Ka-kiskia. Since
last May tbe Mississippi has diminished
the distance between the two rivers about
540 leet, there still remaining, Jat tat
urday. tlie space ol KCO leet only between
the rivers. Some time in Noveuitrer a
force ol men, with a steamboat and bar.
ges, loaded with stone, appeared at the
place. They dumped several
barge loada ol the broken stone where
tho river came luirly against the bank,
and luude an effort to plant willow brush.
This tailed to check the lorce of the
water, which has continued to sleadiiy
eat sway, the sandy soil, until now the
case appears to be more alarming than
ever. Since tho commencement of the
present ris; in the river the encroach
menis appear to have been more rapid
than heretofore, and at the present ratio
ot increase, unless prompt action
taken, botti streams will come together at
the Hiring rise .
"The damage to be apprehended at
this event W ditHcult t j estimate. 'J Lu
village of Kuska-kia, at Its present, io
cation, will be swept away, and the clian
net of the Kasjix-kla river, lrom the
point of interaction to thu mouth, will
have to materially widen to contain tbe
volume of water of tho two rirg-s,
foun: f'-nr Is entertained that the change
will i ufa.l tho formation ol a hur in front
of this city; but we think It is ground
less. J lie old channel, via St. Marvs.
will undoubtedly till up and probably
leave St. Marys au inland town, with a
close relationship to Ka-katkiu point, or
that posiiiou ol tho point tbat Is not
swept away to make a channel for the
two streams. Only prompt action will
save this calamity, and the only hope is
Ihe Ciiicinaali Gutette has had a ste
cial correspondent traveling through the
southern stateg. Ho has been writlnir
some ot the most cccurate and moderate
letters on the south that have been print
ed iu any uewspai"r. Of tbe south po
litically, "Hanson" says :
And now a lew are advocating another
crusade against the soutb 1 Ot all the fol
lies the party could perpetrate ibis would
oe me worst, i tie stales are now equal.
.Mississippi Ims as much power over
Oiiio as Ohio has over Mississippi. The
president nau ns uiiicti power to, Hang
llergin at Mt. Vernon as to hang one, ol
thu Kemper murderers; and as much to
bum heretics at the stake as to
do either. For good or 111 we are re
manded for our protection to local law.
We look to the state and not to the tins
lion lor protection to life and property.
All tbe conc'TOs of private Hie tall wlihin
the purview ol the state. Let a ne.ro be
shot In Cincinnati and all the civil and
military power ol the United Btates would
ne invoke, in vain; let one be shot In
Mississippi and there Is no ereater oower.
A lew good people still think the enforce,
tnent law ol some effect. Know. then.
that the supreme court has already made
mree lourins oi mat taw or noneetlect,
There is but a shred left. For the tirei!
cut. therefore, there Is but one sensible
southern policy : lt her alone 1 The
b tierest " rebel" In the worst backwoods
ol Ihe south Is your equal and mine be.
fore the law, and all distinctions growing
out of the late war are done with. This
Is something our people liud it hard to
The south Is satisfied with the Union
Ol course they have not yet arrived at
that seotlmeutal pitch we feel la tbe
north, t ut nil Ides or rebellion or seecs
ilon are long ogo dead, They are fur
from the Union, but at any rat tlwj are
In lor iroofl and all. They consider
themielves Amerlcaiii: they are pleased
with the progress ol the country, ai d li
terested In It politics, l lie poetry anu
sentiment will come afterwhile. I'here
remsiiis bir one thing forihenonh to
do wait on events ami local giowtl .
lean not lind words sulllciently strong
to rightly condemn the propowd aggia
sivep dlcy. Jt would be nmdnes will
out exctine. It the party adopts It. It
commits suicide, and beyom! hope of
resurrection. Let tlie south alonel diva
her flye years' perfect pence, to show
what Is In her. Mutual good offlces,
commerce, travel, the local interests ol
each section, will secgrn Justice and
wood order lu nearly all parts ol the
Tlie Merry IMjn of Mt.
In reading of the middle ugis one l.i
struck by the "counts given ol loan ol
strength, etc.. of the hie actors ol those
time. The suits nt aimor worn, would
certainly Indicate the possession ol great
er thysietol etremtth than Is developed
by men In these latter dMys. What
wrought the change? .Men lived In the
merry days araore outsdoor lile than this
advanced livilization ot ours can afford.
There U a greater consumption ol brain
matter, and that Increased demand on
mental and physical power necessitatis
tbe use of pure vegetable, stimulant
tonic, such as the Home Stomach BiN
ters. 4-1 m
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ot ruental orcr-work, inJIs
crttlons or excesses, or some drain on the
system, is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specitic No. 2$. It tones
up Slid invigorates the system, imparts
streng h and energy stops the drain and
rtjuvenati the entire man. Been used
twenty years witn ptrlect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Trice 51
p r single vial, or 5p r pai kajre .t five
vials and 82 viul if powder. S-nt by
mail on receipt of price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Mtdiciii
Company. 102 Fulton street N. V .
A Noting Opinion.
Sl Louis I.iu.
The Tlrnt) is decidedly ot the opinion
that no good can come out of tbe pro
posed investigation at tins time, at least
so long as tiiewtctin; preskk-nt inclines
to the side of tbe people In Uir manage
ment ot bis oniciul trust and entities
iinself. It not the tenure by which be
holds, to the coi.ti lence ot his fellow
ciiizens. What might be gained In the
indication of a priaciplu wo aid bu more
ttian lost in an unprovable agitation
nd the accelerated rush ol the country
towards universal bankruptcy, it not in
the succession to the presidency ol a man
who is known to beentireiy out of s m-
pathywith ibree-fourth ol tbe states
and ot his own party on the nwstlon of
.VOIII t; TO tOMIRAMORS.
Or SICE or CITY (.'LltKK,, I
Cairo, Ills., Jau u, IP'S. I
He.leu i-roporulo will be rtcived nt this
cilice, dirtcU t tu the iliy count ilul Ctiirii,
ll.iuo.s, uuul 5 o'c ocK lueddy tvtiiiui;,
rtbru-iy loin. A. U. ls,s, tor iheu.-etiut-tlon
oi a i ue spim iruti bridge, t cther
with '.be approiCies ut .nutuitnt an i
louudmibD, oirou5 C. he river, u' out oce
and od"- kit mie Unu Muuno City r i
road utvo i aud lour inii nrib ot tlie cav
of Cairj, in tne couiilim ut Airanndcr sail
l'uia-ki, outa oi Milium, uccer nig 10 ine
I.ds .nl l eem. atiuns pn p.r a i.t J t n
V. Uly, t-q., C t., now on li'.e tud ul
Jectto examination ID this vflic,tLe rjiei.1-
:ttious oi ii,ii are a-1 A ow-, ,z :
s.tid btidce -nd ireetie uik o i, made
Ul o( eulne. o (ltij op nhi.rol eicbt tnpr )
fui 1 1 1 oui centre to i ei.ire ol po i, nd ono
epsn ol ot.e liuuireu lee.t .ro-9 the
Toe one hundred COOi feet fctn t be of
iron, am m iruporuoeu inula loa-i ot ten
(Id) ion. dltl loule J over twei tj (.11) linea
tefclsttue centie 0' me s;pn, lial loi
strain tire liun ever iwtlve ti.dU'sml
(l'J rotinns per square loeb U r.sile, 1 r
over (even tui u-.iiu nve nunureii ti&O)
pound ptr square lneh bearing tlraiu
tbe train tn vooipies. iun to be 111 a',
leit t io tbe proportion to tb rutio 01
IcnL-lU to diameter, by uordoii foiuiuls.
ln nmu ol i-aio bridge to he one bun
d td U'J") r t in tbe deurand tbe roadway
iweive (l-l ieei wiub.
1 be Uoor to ne 01 wlitts osk piank two
and o-e-bil (ij) inches mick and nut over
twelve tl.i 1 11c In.- niile.
1'be floor beams to be of tits oak and io
proportion Ui the balanu- of the oue bun
die. (I mfeetm ao otructure, and alxo to
oe proviuej witti a suitalne axle Uaiil.
1 tie an ve 10 rc-i upon iron column pro
p irtiuned to tbe structure to bv supported.
.ne columns ai eacu tLU o' toe pent or iron
spun to be pl-ueuooa mud .11 'vXl., twen
ty 1 iU) leet long morticed a.d ttfiionei' t a
MumeieiJi Dtiuiuer ui vaiie oaa plies, iixui
ly unvea into tne nver nan..
Tbe bents to Ui lormed ol totir nonU l(x 1
lueiies "iiare, tbe two inner parts to ntuud
perpendicular and lbs two outer part-to
ob iramea ana siana a' a oatier 01 one in
eiitht. Tbe cap aod sill ol tbe bants to be
1.AI-Inc 1 uure tim'ier. t e can to be
twenty VI i) leet Ion, aud tbe .ill to tiro-
J.'cloneucU end two tett pal the outer
e'ge or tue ou slue po-ls. 1 no po-tf to he
mo tlced aud tenoned into tbe caps and nils,
and eacb tenon to be pinned witti two
tbree-quarter () inch qutre Iron pics, and
each bent t be braced y two diagonal
braces 01 l.A-i incti disdh, well Utkd and
piked on eap, posts and sills.
1 he bents 10 rent or stami u on four mud
sill VIWi Inebe aod e'Klit (6) leet Ion. et
in the ground and placed 00 the alignment
of the work.
The carrtiire way ot the Itrestleworlt to
be six teen (H) feet wide, tbe floor plank
0 ne tinee t.11 luencs anu not over twelve
li) inches wide, and to be well spiked on
to the crirgcri and floor beam.
1 He floor beam-to lie id. deun as follows:
two li) mnnkjem ol ttXfi incbet at t on the
cupa and sixteen (Hi) leet spurt lrom out-
sine to out Kid", lun npictt btweo Said
stringers to he equally divined lor even
(7) beams of 3X1. inches each and each net
ol floor beams orsiians to bsrn tirec ("jnrls
ol ber.in.bons brldglDg o iXt inch scant
Tbe strlniteis and floor beams to rest at
least six (li) Inches ou ibe cups.
me suuiL'ers 10 co'mect uy nair ti nts
and to be lattened to tbe esps by one Im h
round spikes or bolls vlnbtueu (18) luvbes
A ruiitng or oaiisstcrs tour (t) leet bi.li
H be constructed on rai btldeo' afiove nm-
crlbed irei-tlewoi .. IU o-U to b4XU
incu elorianu oraceuon the caps and ratU'
ed on to the T' ingera by two VI) one hull
Inch bins. Tbe pans to bo mx (tl) leet
apr:, tho hand rail 2X Incbe-, aud an
axis iruard of .X 2 loch, all a ell Ishtrned
on to tne pouts.
All ol the above timbers to be ot white
or burr onk of best qui lit y. and
ins work (lone In a thorough and work
manlike m .nner. and under the iiiof rvl.ion
of sue.b p-raou as the commxtee nn streets
or tbs city jounclloi tho city ot Cairo mav
Tbs spproscbesto abovo trcntlcwork and
brid( to be of earth and with a s op ol
not mora than ons in ten and not It' s than
siztaan (16) lest wldt on top. itb a slooa
to the bise of ons In two, generate bids
will bs rseslvsd for iroa ipsa, Including
OUR MOTTO: "The Best
O. HANNY, -
Corner 8th Street and CQmmercial Ave.
ChS QB ZD JB SlllI,.3Sy 9
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Hats and Caps, Coflees, Teas, Sugais,
Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
Cheese and Flour.
PRINTS, DOMESTICS, DLEACHED MUSLINS, SHIRT
IXGS, FLAXNELS, TICKINGS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS.
A full line of Carpets, Mattings4 Floor Oil Cloths, Curtain DAm
asks, Ladies' and Misses' Boots, Children's Shoes, Gent's Boo t
This stock is entirely New and Fresh.
O ir Stock emhrao-s everything n'-oded in
Ustoos. I'Ichsh pive ti n call, ex'iminp
abutments and fmindvinn. for lb? wooden
tiesile poriio'n ot nid bri'iif", and lor ibe
earthen approaches, or t r tbe entire
'.h rlihl to reject snv nr all M'K is re
served, j B. Prillis,
dtd. Ci y Cle k.
From a Disifnguished Physician.
N"0 'p.'c .-' .-- . 'yt;!"fi rvr ' Tfrirror
I .!; . ' ttrnM.i a- upol f':iUiiiion
t-itl I ..'! "i. t i .H.mH, CI !.vi iTalut,
cl )i ; le- tn"it.- v. i,.i.;d,o. err imro
-i v ir-. i rt i . ; f 1. 1 ;.--trurf t ii.fi urn re,
I t v js ; 'W t ti.i .. .),: tr ijit.i-.-ra
II U'-'Oi'iY ' i-.t-: t '(,-. np fh m"-t
jch .t!.;:". :r '. Is -rets t. aiM- bot Iu: 1
wi...u:oi Jl,,'!., I:1 pj( n:!ri t!d
fcr juAtk 4. rt fl-.-.riat i , th jl?rrf T'-nj
it J w-.d (t,ii h" t j in r;.'V;'t Ol It Hit lrtO
ol U'e 2r..-, It ; U t t Mih? popnWr trviiv
p'-u H'.itt. T';r, ryif:tl vilniiiir.n
j at a 4 all ,Mi?.t I urnd fV f:cjr-tort
w.i ir ifvr,r lut c nr hti'uc-io OMrtel
r. v. l .loit-i f'V I r. xf'.s-t 2& tl-e p: epantidn
cf :i s H t it n:- ..r "Ton ; l.arjr ft:prorul.
I btt-- it ),r'j io nh-n nit ice &nii
T.T.'-.'.ivf 1 I. I U :t:W' el lU tO-'A Of t,
i ?ec, 2 , - i K;-,-t, v It li?)3 tt
Vk'.rv.M i, ., J. tv .Vir-Tt j'..ci!ca to Vt
r.i f a' v l;i.ti u is hife'lcnctmln Ct-J
1 1 ivs "'U h .Tf ill v:-;.i f r& t' I'.ir "
SAMF0nD?S "radical cure
MAT ft.''Tv clim b one cf thu few (vopnlap
n-niCwi- rrc-lvL':!? U6approTl of tmilfal
K ;itic ho. wiia.ju r rtavt ui only fT !y r com
uie.'d it 'j! ui it in tt. if fMlilr !a prrfr-ronro
to aojr i I lite firrL'wai.viwt uul y prc-au-ibta ty
Vou tie wrr," iaM n !ithrnlr',t1 cUrnriy
ir(RD."lUKt 1 1 r JT Midi!.,.. ! lite MMI. Slfdicu.
lSkMy p'K!itli..t I i t-- j: p .h iv-ly rfComm-Ti
or prrrr!iM! Uto i.-Ji'i.t H i-o; ti-:tiitcI rec-'lvtil
f I'i'v !i f Hrf fro. n t . ii of Jt TnfcH-:f. after
t)t'uri tri'.i rf ill? Of-n-tt rmcuK, I hjtv i
; p-.'-)"iir e 1 nav :rt to
r isUwU.vtiof my pat.cacs
jour 're uu ta tiun out 1
ui V 0:11? vtpr. 11 I ran ...T
r.lWU'tu-.t no t.'T.t -ol t not. i:.r or'T- lalixl
tint t f.'r'i or.u.rMl II (-suwa. w. Lava
to learn l!u I'll rot- j I .ir t 7 u
We a.r not ) b,t or reco-Tcn'lt-e rt
fnt nu'llfhir. b-1 0.1r k pa aiiu.i int. ' ti.o
vi.nU r,t thou. -J. a . 1 itui.. tuot'..- nTtllt. -t
6li ni l '.ecru t "f inaMl n. -rl' that'll o r
Vttt. rir wjl t r i:. rt. W4 ' v be-o In tl.o
drit: li'.!i m t i.t f f 1 1 w, vM-c-ntlftittr.
ant ,.jl;JevcrTifil'KI',r( nTunli. l-.rr y urn 1m.h rM
to r t. If is i-ff-iwi t ' UCiii uan iUj Kltcr
or a- v p't f n thai u ;.i..
V-ryiniisyou.-K. s. I,. P i tDTOT C(V.
TTnil"Hl n l ill Piprsf: I'.-ri-. .1 w-i
tl-l.i.a.l7, n'tj!..i.-., luii., l;'c. 113, iz'i.
Fneh ttlrH rmtil'a !)r. Sar.forrt's Imtirovtl
Ilmlio-' 'fuhf, anil I-'ll tlir 'i-tior for ti-a Iq ail
rw. Prlc.fl.'Ai. Kor 'li-'7 all wnol-a'. and
r-'lail drug. ftUttnd . n!fm,iifo?ui;'"U tli V'il'1
6un-s.-t!nT-alB. WkRwA l'fiT I EIl.t.i n.rel
Aei.u and WliotOe liruuSt, Bot"iif Mjm.
An Elerirn-rtwlvrtnte Rnttery enmblned
wuli u liikhly puli nti'd Mrc:igthi-uiii
1'lnwtpr, lurRili. ibo brt flu-irr l'ir
pnlua aod Uckea iu ilia World of )Iedi
An ft prml rural ir and rtornt!w afnt In not
uuailt ft UranvieiJ'-ut ur nu-oi.-.n" Iti lUv hlolory
ti( tin- heaitnr art. L ili hi tli vul fpurk hn fit cj
thp hoiv, rcfUir-wlnn by nivalis of vU vrrMy jm
ajhle. Jilitlir? Ui reno i .f all piittsirluni antlmr
ireoiii.ftatt hHn'hf'0'ttlioutft'la. Appfo-.-ntiy fir-nil,
from nn nntlmfly lyrav-, wla-n no other human
asfa-nry eouhl iaru am-cMi-'ITuii le '.he lc4lcg
BALSAM AND PINE.
Tti httfV.T.g prcprtM of onr own frarrant bal
ntit aauplU'Ti ui tui: ffuiiisiuf the t.HHtumiJMweli
kn-.wn to r'uirj d'-wrifiUon. Their (r(it ful,
heislnifci. KK-tliiiiK. "H'i tr HKii.fuInjf prufHrrllit ari
known to tli'.mmhut. V'li.,i to nbiucil In accord
artce with lute nntt Import at n'wvrri?n In phar
aTisvcT, Uiulr Iiallriaf and atr ntlinlTi pr- m riles
are lDcrt-aaiirt tt-nifI1. In thi reupct onr f'lM4r
U Ui iMml iuwn wiihuut Uio aid ot uiecuicily.
TWO IN ONE.
Tnni combined wa bare tvo arran.1 tndtcal
(.'tin Io orii'.fach of whlci- prfoniit us font I loo
Hrid unl'frlljf produce inorH curea thaij any Ilul
merit, lotion, wufh, or plaHtrr vrr hufriru com
fotindrd l'i Cio Uiatory uf Hat die I uc. Irj ca4
Rold by ill nifiteate and TTftnll Vrrmv't
nrouitiout ttii- t fitted statci and Lauudaa, ai.d by
WKKKH POTTLH, Proprlftora, HostUin, Maa.
St Louis. Mo.
raos. a.uice, a.u.l.l.b.,
IAD. A. Bl..
I. E. HUE WOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOUKSHIPJ S8I CO
OST Complete, Ihor'itijrh -r.l I'metlca
couraf ol -luilv In thu Uriluil (iliilen
eoiirae lndlpl'nible to every yuuug rxnto tJU
tittrkiug ou tilt aca ot life.
For Illustrated Ctrwla')
THUS. A. KICK, A. U.. L. 11
ITEMS OF 1NTKT5KS T.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
' Wliuletalt and Retail Dealers Iu
Foreign and Domestio
WIS EH OF AIYL KIXDS.
No. 60 Ohio' Levee.
MESSRS. kMTTI3 A CO., bars staMly a
laryt stock ot th I eat ffoods In Um ",ar
kl, and rivtpaolsl atttntlua to ttw Whols.
salt bia-sa af tba b-slntss.
Goods at the Lowest Priw
Special attention given to Country trade.
the City or Country. In Groceries or Pry
our L'onda and nriorn h. tnti you buy.
Ordera for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or In hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at ua.f-rm rates.
CAIRO CiTYCOAL CO.
Dfttceon whirr noat I' ot of Sixtli etrt.
Oilice o. lialliluy iiruttiera, opio-ilc et.
il.yiitian Mil!?, Tn-ftitleth street.
C.l Uuiiiii f it of i lur'Y-eirritri etn-i-t nr
I'oiHini" drawer ?
ilb, Irnw 1 k
GJ- tl. 1 3ST, IX-w"2ir
and all kinds Country l'ro .uce.
03 Ohio l evee. Cairo. Ilia.
Paints, Oils, Yamishcs
all Paper, "Window Olass, Win
dow Shades, fee.
Alws7s oa hand, tne (rletimuvt illurnlDatl
Oornitr E!Tnth Btraat and Waubl
-D TJ TOHER,
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washington and Com
mero.al Avenues, adjoining
STEATTON & LIBD
wtB t-IAME-lICAN POWDEIl CO.
tyr aio Tiv s.
I'ulillo notleo Is hareijy (riven that th
partnersuip eil't'tiif httvren V. K.
heliiirker and R. II Tlilel eke Is on t Is,
tiled' st day ol.lunu try, A I). 1877, dls.
solvud, E. If T.I leeks rot ring Turn the
fir'ii and W. F HcbUa era chii i Inning llio
hnines under hl own name. Mr. W, K,
Sehtieker-ai-suniliig all II lillities and col
leclnir a I the delita du tho foimer Urin ot
W. K. Sehuoker. Co.
Dated Jutuiurv 1st, A, I) 1877.
K II. 'I'HIKI.KCKK
VYtlAn. fnli wr.ntpit. Pinl.
nt'a Iculllni ite. l'arli.'iiliirofrv'S.
idiirxiJ troariiwCti.Hi Uiuii.iw
KP 1 1 rltnni..lo tna ft al YEARLY
I 1 II U LJ
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Leveb,
. And At
. SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All CoI:r: S:adj "fwths h'.,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Heatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Cils.
TatrJii. a.j u.nvCan
Tho Oaly Por.eot Can i i
thi World, ilido of G1.1S3
utd rot to
Leak, Orrodo or Brotik.
Every fam ly should have
OIL TANKS and
TL. I. . . i. IK . -i.i.a tr
III- LCSI Iu U5U. I oICTiI LJOmC
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufaclurad by Wilson snd
Evcdcn. We s:ll at t:eir price.,
,-i:::;u-..-.-'-' ' .. ,
" ' fir
. -, V ''
Agency and Depot for Aycrs' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control tho celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, anclDeCinchpn's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"I.ie-t week I hotiulit a '0 rent i-ackai-e M Wahino snd (lone my waihlng In one nalt
the ut-uai time at Io tlinn Im I the eo-t of hoaji. My rlo'lies wer wni er. 1 did noi
iave m rub them, rind it di I rot ihrii k my woolens. Mid for once I waa enabled to sfet ia
liot 'ii neroieMonday. fco ladles t.y it, and you will s.ve labor, lime and M.nncv. It It
pfrfecdy safe to uae It. 3IKS. A.
5 and 10 cent Fncksgcg. luy WASIIIWE AT B AHCLAX 'S.
Br. Woods' Fever Fills
Wholesale and Retail, at Dr, Woods' Prices.
Golden Lion Cologne-0' auSSbffi.EBBOe
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarso and Fino Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoo Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Bluo Stono Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists Materials
French, English and American Perfumery '
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
Holmans'Afjue Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
. m Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pons and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twino
Shoe Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stove PolLst.
Pure Imported Kay l.tiia, Kiilciiditl-lanada Tar
Koap English and American Koapra Fine Iin
liurKMl IlaiMllivrcIiIef xtra?tf f n orlRl
nal Iloltlc or In Kroltcii uanll
llei as svantrd at low prlec'N.
Buy Yoisf Brug5
-It Barclays' Drug Sioro.
Tho Family Safeguard
Aw;r-'cd" First Centennial Premium
adopted after a thorough Scientifia
Practical Test by the U. S.GOV-
URNMENT LIGMT-HOUSE DEPART-
MEfJT, Highly Commended by tho
U. S. STEAMBOAT IMSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Firo risk for Elaine and Gas rate tho
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels
- " ' ' i... av 'wHay-ayaaK. ta
1 i I Pippin 1
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