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vIRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
a Ms, .-Any ImiiImm Ins aaa bar Uiim Km
.' to tlii rotama under appropriate heading
ill rat hi II .to prr moniker Upr J"
Jlll qmnWIJ IB M1THM
llrlitrit, mo mm Ttm WHt.
A. HALLRYlMtlcr Infttor. Tlatnd Hart.
nam, Uuitn aad Farmurt' In'pkmcnu, Win
lowla, ttefr Iyer tor, fnmpa and. Ladder!.
I'lOumawroial Atom. GuitertuKi and Job
It ork dun on abort nolle.
xrtluuiiiic. eeellna. itdlnc and aorfaoed
lumber, lath aad. hlugle Offlo ami yard
xiraar rwantiMD aiiaat ann waaninirtoii itnur
D. HABTM AN Dealer In Unenmn. Ton.
Ump ad all kinds of fancy articles. Commcr
I al avanus, coraei via iinti,
WILLIAM WUJTER-Slatri itreel totweea
Jemmerelal ayenue and Washington avenue.
Jltliaif Hi Barahaat rallarliiv
JOHN ANTKIM-Mirixiiant Tailor and filler
la Kaady Mad Uottilwj. 71 Obi Lereej.
Mai KaaMt) aVkobcim.
M. J. HOWLBT Seal Estate Ant. Bar
nd aalla ml aauia, ouUceta won. paya tai
lor noartealdaals.etc. CvmoiaTclal annua, ba-
iwwti Main aewlTentnatreeta.
1 mtulMtoa MarehaaiM,
U INKLE ATH18TLEWOOU
Cotton and Tobaoco Fur tor and pro
prietor of tbt Fanner' Toltacro Warehouse,
m A Vt Comuimercial At roue
j Ucnrral Forwarding and Conimiatioa
BMrrhut, for tb aala l Farm, Uaxka, Or
;aara and I miry froduo. ri Ohio Lere).
EA. WH1CILOCK AtO.
Ueetsral Forwarding and Commission
merchant), aad dealer la ail kinds of fruit and
frodao. a Ohi Lett, ionaiitumcnu aello
itsel. tttencllafuniltaed on application.
Juit received, 300 barrel choice apple
at (I Ohio Levee. II. Lkicuton.
Foixd At tobacco warchouae.a child
fold ibain. Owner can have the tame
J paying for this advertisement. Call
at thU office. 13 -30-tf.
TIta Tidal W a-It If aa Mlrarh t'alra
J tut Hecelved 6,000 of the celebrated
Tidal Wave. 6 cent cigars. Try 'them.
Trade supplied. Petti A Bird.
J. Burger has recently closed out eev
era! large lots of Foreign and American
Dreis Goods, and Is offering the same at
prices never belore known in this city.
Cull and be convinced at J. Burger,
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. 11M5-U
a i 1 1 mi
Latiio Caiamaa's l.anadry.
Mis. Lattle Coleman ba reopened ber
lauadry on Fourth street between wab
in too and Commerelal avenuea, and lake
ttis method ol intornlag ber old Iriendi
ad patrons that the laaqain attbalrter
vioe, and solicit tlnlr patronage. fcbt ha
rtitocec prices to suit the time.
The Cairo Turner society has conclu
ded to npea a school in tbelr hall, cor
ner ol Tenth and Poplar streets lor the
purpose of giving instruction in gym
nastic exercises. Parents who desire to
end thelrchildrta will apply a K. Heb
siker's bakery', on Eighth street.
Term, 21 cents per ruonib. Hit,
. t ar 8tla.
The following described property for
sale at a bargnin 1 applied lor soon, viz :
IOta 7 and' 8, block 50. with residence
and Improvements, corner Ninth street
and Washington avenue; 3 houses and
lota on north lde ol Twelfth street, cor
ner Poplar; cottage and lot on Walnut,
near 33rd. M. J. IIowlet.
1-0-tf. Heal Estate Agent.
"The Peerless" I beyond all question
the best five cent ciirar offered tor sale in
this market. Mr. Fred Telchmau is the
told manufacturer of this celebrated
brand of cigars, and oflVres a reward ol
one hundred dollai a to any person who
will find any In them but the pure Ha
ana filler with Connecticut wrapper and
oinuer. i ne reeness nos Decotne a great
favorite with Cairo smokers, and the
demand for ibem u constantly on the
Increase. The. trade supplied on the
most reasonable terras. For sale by
Fred Telcbraan, Commercial avenue,
ear Slith street. ' )y3-2tn.
Cd. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Reiser building, where he Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date bia patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to onsiderable expense In fitting up a
eouple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize bim will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
Warda ar Waralna;!
Daring the present year, as in the past,
the grave will close over thousands, sim
ply because they neglect the means
whleb would restore them to health.
Meet the fell destroyer at the threshold,
ami niAMira mim inns nn nv inu mora
hn rAnririii1 mfrflttlnff. Dp. Morrtii'
und. There Is no cough or cold, case
asthma, bronchitis, blood-spitting,
break- lungs, croup or whooping cough
which will not y'eld more readily to this
west iiotamcal remedy than any other
nedleine. If you would avoid dlsap
bolntment, and be speedily cured, ask
V our druggist tor Dr. Morris Syrup of
Tar, Wild Cherry and Horehound. Trial
le, 10 cents. Regular sites, 80 cents
nd one dollar.
BOLD BY BARCLAY BROS.
Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup
perfectly safe. Extremely palatable.
o physio required.' Costa 35 cents
larhtTSear she OldNlaad.
HavlM withdrawn from the dental Arm
V Canlae a Wbltlork, I will still continue
he practie of dentistry at So. m commstv
11 ave. between Hh antl 'B streew, ov r
laldatina A Rossawatera store third
loor Lorth of Elitht street I will be plea-,
Jltoe all my old friead aad patrons, '
na attend pnaeroaoy le laeir enia w
ke way ef dentistry , t7 Wn
. W. Wslrttaov. D. D. I.
)m IN Ctaal avs4 m'tMita efvthtt
TUESDAY, January 15, 1878.
-Cold weather Is coming.
Yesterday waa "bluo Monday," tod
1'jcal.ltems were scarce.
Shell oysters Juft received at the
Crystal saloon. IIarrt Walier.
The literary society ol the Temper
anco ltelorm club will meet to-night.
Harry Walker sets a free oyster lunch
every evening. "Don't you forget It."
There was no buslneiHof importance
In the police court yesterday.
Shell oysters unt received at the
Crystal saloon. Harry Walker.
John T. Rennie expects to "get up
steam" In his new quurters on Monday
lion, D. T. Linegar has donned the
red ribbon, and says hn Intends to stay
Mr. T. U. Foiris. editor ot the John
son County YtonAn whs, in the city yes
terday. Shell oysters just received at the
Cryttal saloon. Haiirv Walkkr.
Can't there be a new crossing put
down at the coiner of Sixth street and
The Pillow murder trial Is act for
bearing to-day. The trial will probably
continue three or four days.
Oyster soup lunch at Harry aiUr's
Crystal saloon every evening al 9
Uurk'ow has a further lease on lire.
He was to have been banged to-day, but
the supreme court said no, and that stop
For Butter, Yw, Apple, t., call at
No. 04 Onto levee.
ti. H. LBinnTo.t.
A nabt occurred between a couDleot
people on Sunday aiternoon at the corner
ol Eighth street and CnuAierclal avenue.
(Juery : "Why will men smoke com
mon tobacco, when they can buy Mar
burg Bros. 'Seal of North Carolina' at
the same price r"
The narrow gauge railroad will be
running Into this city by the first of Feb.
ruary. So madame rumor says.
A lull line of fl tnnels and blankets,
from tbe best manulactorles In the coun
try are now on ule at J. Burner's at a
sacrifice in the cost price. 12-15-ti
Mr. Robt. Lowery will address th
Mound City Red Ribbon Keionn Clubon
It 1 an' unIUuutd fact that the
flneot general line o dry goods, carpets
six) oil cloths to be loutid in the city can
he seen st the popular boue of J. Bur-
Hon. D. T. Llnerar Is preparing s
lecture on Temperance to lie delivered be
lore the Red Ribbon club some tine
Aa unexcelled variety of x-phyrs.
wools and fancy articles, ol all shades
and torors, form an attractive feature In
the elegant holiday dixptay at J. Burger's.
Tramps are becoming numerous.
From sixty to seventy. five lodge hi the
Hibernian eiiglne bouse every night.
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
9 o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial ave
Miles Parker Is making arrange
ments to open a Red Ribbon restaurant
In Winter's block. MUes has "jined"
Far the next thirty days J. Burger
will offer his extensive stock of fabrics
and silks of innumerable grades and pat
terns to the public at greatly reduced
Tbs merits of Dr. Bull's baby syrup are
acknowledged by all who bays ever used
it for the diisase or lilincy. Prioeonly
25 cents a bottle.
Ladies and Misses' cloaks and lurs ot
the finest material and workmanship,
will be a special feature In the sale of
goods during the holidays at the house
of J. Burger. 12-15-tl.
Circuit court was in session on yes
terday, but there was no bearing of Im
portance transacted. Only one case, that
of tbe man who stole a bucket of butter
from Alden Graves A Co., was tried, and
he was sentenced to the county all lor
The Cm Natiokai Mr. . R. Mills,
of Philadelphia, has accepted tbe position
of teller In the City National bank ol this
city. Mr. Mills is an affable and courts
ous gentleman, and will no doubt become
popular with the patrons of the bank.
The first of the series of parlor lec
tures to be given during the winter by
tbe ladles of the Episcopal church, will
take place at the residence ot Mrs. J. B.
Hudson, corner of Sixth and Wa nut
streets, on Friday evening next. Tbe
programme will be made known in due
Persona contemplating their holiday
purchases will do well toeall at the house
ot J. Burger. For elegant and unlimited
variety his stock Is unsurpassed, and
prices have been reduced to astonishingly
low figures. 13-i5-tf
Will Havthorn left the city on Satnr.
day allernoon ostensibly tor Cincinnati,
bit we hare since learned that he ha
gone to Richmond, Indiana, and that
when he returns be will bring hack with
bios a wife. Ueto'dushewasgoing"off
ot baslneeatrlp," but did not explain
bm BMtaW t hie toar.
. ..'1 '
Col. Lowery addressed a large audi
enoe at tbe court bouse In raducah on
Sunday night and large numbers signed
tbe pledge. The house wu full and
many people could not get In. Foducab
has tbe Wmperanoa lever as "3sd aa Cairo.
We understand that Hr.J, Keating,
Whose Wifti waa run ovar and flaUllV In
jured by a train ol cart on the Illinois
onirai railroad, .near Gallgber's mm,
some two or three months ago, has con
cluded to bring suit agalnat tbe Illinois
Central railroad for damage, and with
this view he hat retained a prominent
ltw firm of this city to prosecute the
suit. Damages are to be laid at $10,000
Baker's Cod Liver Oil. Lime, and
Wild Cherry qekly relieve Throat and
Lung diseases, and Imparts vigor and
new lite to detlil luted constitution!. Pita
ssnt In taste. J. C. Baekr A Co.,
(Oct. 13, 6-w) Philadelphia, Pa.
Dr. Kanlne still has his dental office
over Black's shoe store, and still has the
largest patronage of any dentist In this
city. lie is well-known as the most ex
perienced and most skillful Sen' let in
our city and hence his large pmctlc--'
We cheerfully recommend him as a man
who understands his business and al
ways gives entire satisfaction Jo his
An unexcelled variety of zephyrs
wools and fancy articles, of all shade
and colors, form an attractive fettuce in
the elegant holiday display at J. Burger's.
Prices reduced from 20 to 15 cents per
ounce. - 12-15-tt.
The reputation which the house of
J. Burger has attained in the sale ol
gent's furnishing goods will not de
teriorate. An examination of the fine
stock now on band will satisfy the most
skeptical of Its superiority. 12-l.Vtf.
At the meeting ot the Taxpayers as
soclatlon on last Friday evening, ttie fol
lowing resolution waa adopted by a
unanimous vote. It Is decidedly compli
mentary to tbe gentlemen composing tbe
board ol county commissioners :
Retohid, That the thanks ot this asso
ciation be, and they hereby are extended"!
to the board ol county comutiuloutrs fur
their efforts to economize In tbe adminis
tration tf coactjr officers.
Messrs. Jeflress, Roberts A Co. south
Boston, Va., write : " Have used Dr.
Bull's cough syrup and pronounce it ihe
best medicine in use. A case of con
sumption here wu cured by its use. We
cheerfully recommend It to all sufferers.
Price only 31 cents.
.As we expected the German, Her
man Uolsten, who was robbed ot eight
hundred dollars while on a Mississippi
Central train on Friday night las', did
not put in an appearance when tbe trial
of the man Houston, one ol the parties
implicated in tbe game In which Uolsten
lost his money, was called. Uolsten lelt
for St. Louis on Saturday aiternoon prom
hing to return on Monday, but he tail
ed to put in an appearance. There are
those In tbe city wbo asm-rt that UoUten
waa "scared off." and thtt he will not
comeback. We do not know how this
is, but ihe whole itfftir has a bad look.
John and "Jack" T are the
young gentlemen's respective namec.
I'hcy do not blacken their bo ts every
day nor do they wear their tuts to one
side, but for all that are " mashers," and
two of the no-blest young iu n in town.
Tliey had gained the love ol two young
jidiea w o-e favorite son istbe"eariii'
o' the Green," and whose residence is
not a limns ml inilas Iroia A. Swrb.nlaV
store. On last Stturday the lover hurt
quite a quarrel, and the "gallants" told
their sweethearts that henceforth tiny
ruuld be to I hem no more than, well
big brother." probably. Ot SmiHay
morning letters were received from the
sweethearts, each of whom hud more
heart than sense, to the effect l hut both
would commit suicide by drowning on
Sunday. Watch wan kept on the hoaV
during the day. sn l about fire o'clock p.
m. tbe ladies left the house ; wa'ked down
Poplar street and t!endown Fourteenth
to the AiUsissippl. Having arrived at
the river, they stood lor quite a while,
in consultation and holdlug fast to each
other, but suddenly they turned around
and walked home. From the expression
on their faces, one would udgethat, live
the old man In the old story, they had re
solved not to go into water until they bad
learned to swim.
Illinois Central Railroad Comfaxy )
Cairo. III., Jan. 11, lt7 )
Hereafter passenger trains will not stop
at tbe stone depot, or any other point
within tbe city limits, to receive or laud
passengers, except at the pasxenger
depot. Jauss Jounson,
3S. Gen'l Agent.
To the Copper Tube Lightning Rod
C.O., vieveiana. u.t ana all whom it
may concern : a
We the undcrslgne i hereby notify vou
that we will resist the payment ot eur
several notes, given by us under false
representations and fraud upon the part
ot tbe agent of said compuny ; and we
further represent that by such false rep
mentations we have not received value
as specified In said notei. Said notes
are for the following amounts, to-wit :
A. Comings $72 03
John A Poore 75 00
John Major 60 00
ThU the eleventh day of January, A.
J. A. Poore,
Cair3, III., June 19, 1878. ' 13 3
ft lbs choice R o coffee. $1,
10 R4 A sugar, $1.
11 Ib best New Orleans tugav, $1.
And everything else, at rock bottom
prltva. . Pettis A Brno.
Cook for family of two. Wage good.
Caiho. Ills., Monday Kvenimj I
January 11, 1&7S.
If there ever wa a time when the old
adage " Blue Monday", was appllatble
to the day, that time was to-day. Ol all
the gloomy, dreary days ot Ihe season
none haye been more gloom v tban to-day .
Thick, ugly looking clouds overhead,
mud under toot, and a cold, damp atinu
ph're is the sort ol weather we are hav
ing here. Think of thin, and then wlieL
we say "business Is quiet," you will
understand the whjj mid wherefore
However, notwithstanding all UiIf, bus.
ess is not duller here lis Cairo than
elsewhere, and our merchants, one and
a I, have no more reason lor complaint
than the merchants ot the other cities ol
the weet. Cairo Is holding 1 er own.
The river are rising aguin, though
slowly, and boating is good in ull direc
tions. t here I a good order demand for flour
from low to medium grades, whl e
choice grades are quiet.- There I- no
xpeeulaiivc demand whatever. Whl
price are nut quoted lower, the market
l in bu) era' lavur, and purchasers would,
ind no doubt do, obtain concessions.
Kec fpts are lair and stock good.
Diere is a somewhat better demand
jr good souij'i white corn, though pri
oes reiualn about as Inst quoted. Un
bound stock is not wanted. Receipts are
lighi, and there is only a limited supply
on the market. Receipts of hay have
been large, and although the demand Is
liberal, the supply Is also large. Prices
are unchanged. There is a good drmmid
lor white seed oats, but lor common feed
oats the market h quiet und prices a
shade lower. Receipts am not large,
and the supply limited. Meal is in U r
supply and quiet at $2 2:dy2 30 for
city. Country meul is plenty, dull and
batks of fkeight tonkw okika.ns axd
Memjihi. Vick.tburr. N O-
Drybbl 33 ..lo
Urain 3 171 13
Pork A Beet 33 50 45
Uy 20 22 20
Bank landings 5 cents per 100 H)., and
10 cents per bbl. higher.
HajrOur iriendi should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only lor
tU-s Ironi first Im.id-f in round lots. ' In
tiling orders and lor broken loi It i.
necessary to charge an advance over
There is u good order dem nd fer low
and medium .grades, while fancy grade
are quiet. Prices are weik and iti buyer'
tavor. There is uo speculative demand,
and sales are con lined entirely to the
order trade. Receipts are good, and
stocks on tbe market large. We note
200 bbls. Various Grades on
order $ 5 00 Q, 6 50
32U " Various Grades on
orders 4 30 8 50
100 " Fanc 0 25
100 " Good Fhiimi.... ti 00
100 " Good XX 5 75
600 " Various Grides on
order 4 50 0 50
There Is a soiuewiiut improved du
mand tor corn, though prices are un
changed steady at quotations lor good
sound stock. Receipt are limited and
the stock on the market euiu.ll. Sad
noted wtre 5 car while in tacks 43c; 1
car white in sucks, 4G-; 1 car m xed in
' u k, 38c; 1 cur good while in bulk, 40c.
The demand tor hay Is liberal, 11
ce.ipt have been Urge, iiovet r, and i In
Stock on the market is large. Pro
are sieady nt quotation.. Salt s reporieo
weie 1 car mixed, $9; 1 chi Fane) clm.o,
$i3;l car good mixed, $11; 4carimxi
.5(5,10 50; 6 core pi luir timothy. $;
2 car i xtia choice Timothy. $11 itl2;
2 cars choice, $12;2cir choice doil I 50;
1 car common mixed, f 5J 50; 1 car timid
red top, 9.
There Is au active demand tor while
reed oais ut quotation. Mixed and
cuuuiion feed oat are in fair eupply and
limited d uiahd, at prices a sha le lower
tbau last quotations, tales reported Weie
3 cars mixed, in hacks, 3.'c; 4 car white
in sack. 33o; 4 cars, mixed, in sacks, 32c;
7 cr in.X il, in bulk, 29c; 3 cars wini
lu bulk, a'Jjj;. 1 car Northern In bulk,
Meal is in good supply and light de
mand. Prices range from $2 25(ii2 3u.
Country meal i plenty, dull and weak.
BraH is In fair supplf and limited de
mand at $12 5013. We note sales ol
500 sacks, $12 60; 100 sacks, $13.
Receipts are liberal and demand light,,
eutlrely lor choice qualities. Price tor
choice range trout $3 lo 3 25. Sah-s re
ported were 30 bbls. varieties, $22 50;
10 bbls. choice, $3 25; 20 bbls. varieties,
$2; 75 bbls. choice BeoDavIs, $3 25; 50
bbls. varieties, $23. . ,
Potatoes are plenty and the demand
limited at quotations, "ales reported
were 50 bushels lu sacks, 30c; 150 bbls.
peachblows, $1 23(3,1 30; 60 bbls. Jack
son White, $1 30 I 35. -BO
Receipts ol choice butter are light, and
stock; small. The demand Is good. Com
mon and low grade butter is in overstock
and unsaleable. We note sales as fols
1 iws : 6 pkgs. Southern Illinois roll, 17
18c ; 5 pkgH. old cookin.v7c; 3 pkgs.
Southern liliuois roll, 12c ; 4 boxes
northern roll, 17 18c; 4 tubs solid
packed, 16c; 6 pkgs. northern roll. 18c;
10 tubs northern, Oo; JO tubs Southern
Illinois, 12 15. ...
Receipts ol eggs are large, and the
stock large and prices weak. The
demand la very IK ht - Hah a were 1.000
''ozeii, recount, 12J; 450 dozen, I2J05
2,000 dozen. 12u.
POURTRV. . r- f
- Receipts are light and the stock on the
m i'ket small. The demand Is talr. Prl
ea are steady . Sites noted wen Scoops
chicken', $2(2 23; 3 coops . chicken,
$1 752j. lJio dressed chickens, $2 per
The weetber Is too warn for gam tod
receipts are light. Kales were 20 dozen
quail, 7n0c; 2 deer, (Jc; 10 chzen rubs
110 ncaiuer 1 uniivoraoiu lor uaii
I. .... , .
dllng dressed meat, and In eoneiueneu
prices have declined. Several lots have
si 0 led before reaching market. Country
dealers should not handle dresed n eat
unless the weather turns colder. Sales
notud w-re 2.000 lbs. dressed hog, 3j4c;
1,0X) lbs. dn.-s.eii hogs, 3J(7jjlL-; 2 sides
Sales were 1.600 lbs. ch ar rib side",
dry snlt, 6c; 1,000 lbs. clear sides, CJv;
..000 lbs. shoulders, 5J?.
Sales were (5 tiero-. 9 s.
Tim supply 1 good Mid prices steady
' f2 80(3,.4, according to quality and con
There is a 111. .u demand for choice
on.ons at $2 25.
Choice white beans arc In fair request
11 l 10(0,2,
Sales were 00 bbl. Ohio river, $1 15.
FIFTY DOLLARS KEWARD !
I.o.H a f mall package containing two
diamonds ol limited value, between Sixth
street and bank ol the river between the
Any person finding said packnge or
its contents, ami delivering same to the
jewelry establishment ol Taber Brother,
will receive the aboie reward.
Any omiglvlng liilonnation rbut will
lead to its recovery will bo amply re
warded. Caibo, 111.. January 12, 1S7 2t.
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The Garrett and barge and Port L ids
aro cleared tor New Orleans on Sunday
evening, and each lime nil cargoes,
much of which were tecelved below
The Vint Shinkle has u moderate trip
lor Memphis. Among her passengers
was Col. Baker, late ot ihe Cincinnati
Timet, who goes south as a correspon
dent We did not have the pleasure ol
meeting the colonel.iis the Sliiukle urriv
ed at 5 o'clock in (lie morning. We hope
he may have ahnndai t success in
hi new work, llu is a ppicy, freh
writer, and hi letters will be very
interesting, we are a(ilVd.
The Idlewild brought SO? dry barrels,
2'3 sack grain and bran, 30 pUs lard,
12 sacks meal, 10 pkgs. egg for rehip
mcn', and took back 310 barrel moires,
11 hhds. sugar, 54 bales cotton.
The Arki'ii.-a Belle hr..iibi tiO b irrels
potit. es, 42 bales Iny, 39 coups potiltr)
n;sunday evening for reshlpment.
The Golden City added 73 tons line
and win till out in the bends with stock
I le Grand rower Sunday mornin?
bmiiyht 1 416 hales cot ton lor n-shipiiient
mst by mil, ami ad led a lot of pig iron,
etc.. lor St, Louis.
I he southward bound Anchor line
packets I a I g"d cargoes, consideilng the
stag- ol water to St. Louia mid the bud
Hie .Inn B. M utdi', Irotn St. Lotlls.
reports tux h et c iin on several bars.and
theJuo. Mi-mi and barges wailing at
Chester lor more water.
The City of Chester, tor Memphis. II.
C. Yertfer, ior New Orleans, and Jim
Fi-k, lor I'adncah, sr.- due tosday.
The Fannie Tatum, lor Pittsburg, is
also due to-day, .
On the 12th, the steamship City of
Brlsiol, drawing twentytliree leet, went
to sea through Hie jetties. This Is the
deepest vessel that ever went to sea Irom
The Jim Fi.k brought out a moderate
Children cry tor Pitcher's Cauorla
It is as pleasant to take as honev. It
contains no morphine or other deletur-
iovs Ingredient, aud la sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stomach, a.id overcome irrl
tatlon caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Mothers can rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Castorla. It 1 harm
less, It is certainly speedy, and It Is
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC.
Corner Ilnlbrock Avenue and 23d Street.
10:30 o'clock, Janmiry IS, 187S.
Everything appertaining to housekeeping
ANDREW SCHRODER. Agent.
TOM WINTER, Auctioneer.
SIGM PAINTERS JW'OTffl
Scales aad I'rufiucc luaniwir tats sdrer'tne
nitol. AdilnaM, DaMKL V. BBAIYY,
WaablnatoD, N, J .
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Vr.AK. AnnUianM. Ilnal.
ajth j woaia o.. at ui. u
Bargains for ticHcIidaTjc
Extraordinary Inducements tb Purchasers
TTntil oTtox o-lir last ixx tim Wcoli
jfoh. Trna niuxt thirty dayo
Willi rtQur to the Pullic lorn
Tbe Finest assirtment of Ladi-a' Cloak and
Unequalled At tractions-Silk Ilanderchlefs, Collar, Cuffs and Ties In !ar vaitety sad
A Pull a d Comp.ete Line ot Gent' Furnhhlnir Gi l ld at astoDlsblo(lylow prices,
Zeiihyrs, W001 and Paney articles of all shades and c ilors.
Ludtes Shoes actually at Cost.
Carpets cd Oil Cloth in endless vsrlety, qua'ltv aud pa'tero.
IllUn rth.Ulru In nn..m...!,... ............ - . .... . .....
""m.. nnijj i... wm imiiiii un. 1 mm- piioiic grner.'iny that we
are now nflermg sm-cIai itiducemenis lo those who purehase within the next 30
days. A thousand new and attractive articles 01 vertu are now on exhibition, and
are being offered at most extraordiinirily low prices.
A ('enile Hint.
In our style ot climate, with Its sudden
change ol temperature rain, wind and
sunshine olien Intermingle In a cingle
diiy it is no wonder that our chil n-n,
li lends and relatwes are so Inqtn-iitly
uken Irom ih by neglected puitN. half the
deaths resulting directly Irom this cau-e.
A bottle of Hoschee's German Syrup kept
about your home for Immediate ne will
prevent serious sltkncs?, a large doctor's
bill, and perhaps death, by the use of
threo or four doses. For curl12 Con
sumption, Hemorrhages, Pneumonia.
Severe Coughs, Croup, or any disease ot
the 1 hroat or Lungs, Us uccc.s is simply
wonderful, a your druggist will tell you
German Syrup is now sold in every town
and village on this continent. Sample
bottl. s for trial, lOc.u regular size, 73e.
llaiiloeaor .Uiwery. that In the Ques
Dr. W. E. Hoyt ot 25 years successful
practice euaiantees speed v snd penuan-
ent cure ol all Chronic. Scrofulous, Pri
vate, Syphiletic and Female Diseases.
Spermaterrho-i, or self-abuse, at his
Medical Institute, Agan A Cheney Block,
opposite the City Hall Park. Syracu-e.
N. . Medicine sent to all parts ol tnH
U. S. and Canada. Don't be deceived by
advertising qu icks who throng our large
cities, but consult Dr. Hoyt or send for
circular treating on hi specialities to his
P. O. Box 27G.
Ladies My great liquid French
remedy, Amle Do Fcmtne, or Female
Friend, is unfailing in the cure ol' all
painful and dangerous diseases ol your
sex. It moderates all excesses, and
brings on the monthly period with regu
larity. In all nervous and spinal affec
tion, pains in the hack or lnuhs, heavi
ness, lallgue on slight exertion, palpita
tion ol the heart, lownes of spirit, hy
sterics, sick headache, whites, and all
painful disease occtsioned by a disorder
ed system it effect a cure when all oilier
means tail. Price $2 00 per bot le, sent
by mail. Dr. W. E. Hoyt, Box 270,
v racue. N Y.
To me taf but ilcath ti Qripi and, Mnmach com
p'liruv eitchar a asioria tacompkie sub
i.ilul furtasl.il (.liland is a, (iIi-uhM tu lake M
H.nitv it i,urticul r yaunpletl to I'cetniix ' 1
Irritable clii'.iicn. P ileslroys wunns, assiiuiu l
ihe H101I, r iruut-slh Suinu.-Ji. and Icurei vi iml
folic. No remedy 11:11 ellicarious for S'verili
ne, roup, W irmtaml V'io,ipin Co.igh "aa- f
torla is a pur.ly vg-l:,b. prepara inn, niTire
fr. live ilun attor Oil, aad Etuh. r g.ii no
OLi'MRiA, 0 nn., May 3. 1ST0.
Mfrs J. M. II. it;., N. V.:
I havea lamilyrf einhichildien, und h.iv used
y iurcVtria I have never found anything equal
toil Mychilkren have lie n laved from Mvee:
ickneM bylh use nf Casmria. I recommend It
c prel'cre-n-e to al y other medicine 1 know 1
eai it a pleasure ti g ve thi certiricjt. on account
of he benefit 1 tuuc dc ivi tl oy me Me of yutir
udrairab.e pr paraiimi
Very Truly Your,
MIUM V '. MTTI.K.
WONDER UPON WONDER.
Given Away A ttranit Byt'erinut and most
extraordinary book, entitled '-lllh. HOOK ol'
WONI'KK ." I ontainli'g with numerous pic
torial illusiratuiru. the myitvrin of the heavens and
Fiilh, Natural ,and upemaiu al, iltlidf-s hiin
sicul Siranf-e Cu Ins ln Uiichei ai.d It he raft,
l-rca-i'i upTtetilion Absu'dtiies. fabulous, Ko
rhanimeni etc. In order that all may see this curi
ous book the publishers have resolvtd ! giva it
away tu nil that desir to see it. Adilress, by postal
card. F i. I.E. ISDN Jt CO , 7;1S Washington Street
State of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit court of A ciauder cou.ity, January term,
. 1). I7.
Hinrv Whitcamp v. Ham Kiohhotf, Henry
tichhotT. Kuitti Kichhoff Charts K chhoS and
liracie r iehhuff, bin to reform anJ forecionv niurt
gte in chancery.
Affidavit ot the non-residence of Henry
Kiihhult and Kami hlchh..(T, two of the
drltndaiiu above nan cd, hnvmg hn fileil in in
olhcc of the r era of said circuit court of Alexander
county notice is h reby given to said non-resident
del.udants, that the conipiaiuuut B ed ha bill !
Complaint in said court on the chancery si le thereof
on the i tl day of oven ber A, Si. lt-77, anil '.hat
a summons thereupon issuer) out of sain court
asainst said defendants, returnable on the first
Monday of .himiary, A. I). If", a - it by law re
quir d Now thcrrtbre, unless vi.n. the said Hen
ry Eichhi.tTand Kathi Kic'hh"? snail pcnunally be
and a'Pfar before the sal, cite it court of AleXon
tier county on the firt day of the next term there
of, to be no den at the court house in ihe rity of
Cairo, 1.1 Hid county, on th first Monday of Janu
ary . l t-7. and plead, answer or di-mur to the
said oraplanant' bill of complaint, the tm. and
tneuiattern and things thtrelu charged and staled,
will be taken a confessed, and a decree entered
agaiutlyuu according to the prefer of mild bill.
John A. KaxvR, Olcrk.
Gio Fisiiis, Complainant'i eolicitor,
Nov. 'Jlst, A. IJ. lb"".
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Nat on J Bank BidMlng, up.atnira.
Th Oldcat Ftubllahcd Agency In Kouthera
Hiln'oU, and rcpreMntt goier
185 OOO OOO
kin - CUS GUARANTEED
twtslll I Dearrib jour case, and eca'd
nlCPACCCi I wIlhMcenta, tCnrresiinndt
UlaC OE.3 ) s,) lo fa van tv
MS Mt. Vernon Street, Philadelphia.
90tn M.ATt WAITItW. ChM
cat la th krmwa world. AimujH H 'nar i'rew f
Afnt Mfm A. loiytaa a c ctavasu
unprtcedcuitU Baraln la
Furs in the Citv.
J. II I lit! ER.
CLAD ! T3 1HS AFFLICIS3 1
Alinlment univir aliv ai-knowifdicd aa
the nntienownel qii'ek eure ever brought
before tlio pu'dn in the Mncteeitb cen
tury 'or tins p. rd-et euro ol
Man and Beast!
Thi poptil ir an t ret hnili, rrmedy,
o ton needed by ntferin liumanity, 1
tlvini! iinl'Oiindfi'i t'oo of itn merit by
ail hrtvlug tested tu unrivaled power, and
n all ce c'aimi.'x it the mo power
lul rem-dy and quick reliwer irom nony,
Diamond Oil Posesses
he bunt coticentrnted healing propertlen,
q-iickeit nclentitlc art lor pain r. lief, most
combined ntddicated ueceitmtit-s, a. a llni
meot fr man aad beast, ever introduced
tor public henetlt,
who will u-e thiH liniment in time, wiil be
convinced th it this is a .-uro cure lor rbeti
inmi.,111 nl)ralli, hrui-t-, sprain, aweli-in-,
nurn-, eutn, I l-ot, tuaiori, pile,
injured lini'is. k:- tie, jrout, diptheria,
sore tii nat, t n'thaidic. lioailaehe, innret
liiten. ti!. t-oiie, tupu worm-, ete., lur the
human rt'-e, and U .
A POSITIVE C-UIK
orj iweeney, rintli-ne, atrani, eal'oua
t-i"'w. Iiu-t-, i-iiin, cut-, brtithen, lame
ncs. -traine t fctlmUs avins, coll.;, holt,
windfall, po'l evil, eattlo aid sheep com
idaitit. aud .1) t;t-ne al ili-eases in stoek,
an'l the nuiiv otucr atUictioim of bota man
MMONIJ OIL in lor ualo by Kkank
Hiti.Kv, tieinif wi ll rccorucn lul ,y ail
drills;!, phyienns, ami every one wh . ha
ever UHrti u. free, TO or an per oottle.
Pi .pared by
V. E. Fvi Wii o
Hrami li Offl'e Indian.tpo'iK Ind.
ILLINuIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road Running Two
Direct SsnfieeUon nfii&tenL&ui
Trains Leave Cairo
!:2n (.'. I'' it hxpre, arriving iu St.
l.ou'. K:,"-u p. in.; C'blcauo, 7:;I0, a.m.
i:20 p. m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
V.LLE FAST LINE
Arrivmi n i 'Inolnnntl 8::M, am.; Loul
vilie. !:i, am.: :ndi u.upolin, i.ih a.m.;
l'-enver- by tdi t. Hln arrive at above
OF ANY fJHEB H0UII.
vU'W p. in ' ..I Ms I itu leupern attach
ed. lot l. L"i:iS ami CUIUAUU,
arri.ii.' n M. I, mil at ii: Jo a.m. 'Jhi
Mil" ' .-o u in. t'lmuedinii a' Odin
orfcllii jiii.il in Cini-liiu.iu, LouUville
ami 1ioii.il tpoil.
FAST TIME EAST
uK-engi ra h) ttil line o tb'ough to
tne KtiM ivnli'Ui auy UeUy launed by
..uuduy int. rv. i.infr
I'lieSAII l.lA i A PTE UN (JON THAI5
KKOM CAIMo Alt IV hM IN NEW
VoltK MONDAY SIONXINQ
A I 1U- b.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTUElt kuUTK.
VilvertlneinmiiB ol ci.mp. ilnf line that
they in hu heller t rue tliuu thin one, ara
are issue tl either through li orance or a
desire to miKlend the public.
tor tliroouli tieketa and-lulormatlon,
ipply at Illinois c entral H It. Depot, Cairo.
THAIMN AHHIVa AT CIKO
express ?. -.... .2:iWp m
Oen'l Soutbern Art
U. Jon ks. Ticket Act.
REPORT OF TUB CUXDITIOX Ol' THE ALEX
ANDER COU.VTV Ba.NK OF CaIKO, H.I.,
AT THE CLOsB OF BI SINKa,
Jan. 7tu, 1S78.
Loans and dlncounta... irJS.ii "
Duo from banks 8.7(HJ ih
Cah on band 34.04J 01 12.748 M)
Outfit Hiid furniture... .),000 00
Capital stock paid In fil.OOO Or)
Deposit IW.260 3i
Slurplus I und 2.733 28
Total SrKi.OU ot)
We-, f. Bnw, prekitlfnt. and U. Well,
cnshler ol the above named bunk, do
solemnly swear that the above statement
Id true to the best of our knowledge ami
F. D Hoa
fl. Wblij", Cm'der. ' fnticViit.
Subtcrlliet) anil iwnrn to before mo thU
7th day or Junuarv, 1878.
- AirftKn Comims.
. Notary iublK
Jf ff 'PIANO, OKOAN bwl. tf Look
(! Startltat naw Orai 1 1 atM 6j
flanoa only sji.f. Cojv.Vi. circular ttm.
I), t. Beaiiy, Wathliurtua, M J
Hi jnjaemnurt Vt. Maitramlaatl.ti.
llii at.UBTUI Ctnl Co.. Cot. Cv. N. f.