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1 10 ItlMS HOUSES.
Any linsinin Hon can hstr three tinea
, see, in llil minion under apprmirtat heading
HI rut- nl l..v r month tr Ii per yer
M .(iiuniirlj' m uiitMi'fl.
Hitrilttare, Mttw anil Tin War.
A . IUM.KY-iwuIit in M.nri,'l in and Hard
unli n ami Kurmcra' liiiplrniento, Wire
.iioJ., IUfrliiruUrn, lump 'ml l-addere.
1 1 ijumwrvlid Avenue. dulW-riliKi 'nil Jut)
If ork done on short notice,
I, S.Mcli AlltV-Uraturia hard and soft lorn
mr, flooring, ceiling, idu end eurfmicd
lumber, laUi uiil aliingta. ()ffii and yard
inir T wntletli ilreet an'! Wellington avenue-
I. II.VIITMAS Pcaler In (Jiwwnnrari-, Toys,
I.uiran4ll kind of fancy artirl'a. CuniOttr
:! iivenue, ciirner I'.th Html,
WILLIAM WINTKK Sixth ilmt Uiwki
. tuniiitrelal avenue ami Wellington avimc
aiwlbinc and Merchant rallarln;.
JOHN ANT11IM -Merchant Tailor and daaler
a Krady Made Clothing. 7 Ohio Lev.
Real Katata Agenclea.
M. .1. HOWLEY Real Estate Agent. Buy
tad lll ml eatata, culltct rent, pay tale
tor non-rldent,tc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Nlnlh and Tenth trrets.
ivL-i t aTuieTT ru'nnn
1 Cotton and Tobacco Factors and pro
If i B icj v'iuuilllri in. 4, t-iiv
, WQ'ni romaruiUK kjii yvmjuisaiua
n.rcbaiit, for the sal ol farm, Garden, Or
chard and Dairy Prodno. ' Ohio Levee.
Urneral forwarding anil CommUslon
merchant, and dealer la all Hindi of trull and
Produce. M Ohio Lcve. Conalfnunenu) nollo
ilnt. Btenclisiurnuhed on application.
Just received, 300 barrels choice apples
i.t ftl Ohio I.evee. I. Leiohton.
Ihc Tidal 1 ava It Ha Btrarlt Cairo
Just Received 5,000 of the celebrated
Tidal Wave, 0 cent cigars. Try them.
Trade supplied. Pettis A Bird.
One two-horse wagon In fc-rod con
tlltloo, ami one pan hortes an 1 barn1?.
The horse arc wand, and in good con
dltlon, and the barnest almost new, for
terms apply at Henry Frobua, corner ot
Fourteenth st. and Washington avenue.
Let Ii Coleman' Laundry,
.Mrs. Ltt!e Coleman bas reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between wash
In ton and Commercial avenics, and take
tld method oi lnformlaz her old Irlend
ud patron that the i attain at their or
v1e, and aollclw th?Ir patronage, the ha
redured prlwi to iuit the time?.
l or Bnl.
The following described property for
ale if a bargain if applied for soon, viz
ixt 7 and 8, block W, with residence
and improvements, corner Ninth atree.t
and W'aehlnifton avenup; 3 houw and
iota on norih Mdn ot Twelfth atreet, cor
ner Po;lar: coltae and lot on Wrdnut,
near 23rd. M. J. Uowir.v,
15ial F.stare. Agenr.
4,TliO rwrlw" U lieyond all fjiieUon
!)a bent Ave wnt cigar oifcred tor rale in
thi market, ilr. Tred Telchtnan ii the:
iole manalacturer ( th celebrated
Wand of cigars, and otleres a reward ol
rre hundred dollai a to any person who
will And any h thciu hut the pure Hai
vana filler with Conneeileuf. wrapper and
nlnder. The Pcorlei Lai become a jrreat
favorite with Cairo smoker, and tha
-.'emand for tliem is conctantly on the
increase. The trado rupplied on the
aiost reaonabln terms. For talc by
Fred Tclehraan, Comraereral avenue,
riar flxth street. Jy3-2m.
Kd. Braxton lias returned to his old
nand in the Reiser building, where he Is
Uittcr prepared than ever to .ocomoao
late bid patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
to bas provided with all the latent im
provement and conveniences. lie em
ploys only first clas vorkmcn and those
wbo patronize btm will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
Word af Warnlna; !
Purio tlie present year, as lii tho past,
'.lie grave will close, over thousands, sim
ply because they neglect the means
which would restoro tuera to heidtb.
Meet the fell destroyer at the threshold,
and dUputo bis Invasion by that more
than wonderful medicine. Dr. Morris'
iyrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and Uore
lionnd. There Is no cough or cold, case
ot asthma, bronchitis, blood-spitting,
weak lungs, eroup or whooping cough
which will not y'eld more readily to this
great botavicai remedy than any other
medicine. If you would avoid dUap
potntment, and be speedily cured, ask
your druggist tor Dr. Morris' Syrup of
I'ar, Wild Cherry and Horehound. Trial
s4ze, 10 eents. Regular sizes, CO cents
and one dollar.
SOLD BY BARCLAY BK03.
Pror. Parker's Pleasant Worm Synip
la pertectlr aafo. Extremely palatable.
No physio required. Costs 25 cents
Try It. Mm
night Raar (be Old Uland.
Having withdrawn from the dental firm
of Canine k WMtlock, I will still continue
the practtcof dentistry at5o. 136 Commer
cial ave. between 6ib aid 6th itreeU, over
6oldstine A Rostnwater's store third
dooriorili of Eight street I will be pleas
ed to ( all my old friends and patjob.,
and attend punctually to their wants to
the wai of dontlitry. Very Res'py.
. E. W. WBITLOOK, D. D. 9.
lui 131 Cora'l av-8 doors north of 8th st
Children cry tor Pitcher's Castorla
It Is as pleasant to take as boney. It
contains no morphine or other deleter
lots Ingredient, and i sum to expel
wormir, cur wind collo, fegulate the
bowels and stgmacb, and overcome Irri
tation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Mothers can rest, and children enjoy
health, wbo nse Casterla. It Is harm
less, It U certainly speedy, and it Is
trsp. ': 1;,. ' .XwWoif
THURSDAY, January 'M, 18;.
Police items are scarce.
-Harry Walker set a trwoyettr luuch
every evening, "Don't you forget It,"
Mr. W.A. SUdsou, yard master of
the Illinois (Antral railroad, N vWtlug
friends in lhi city.
-ishell oyeia uet received at the
rvt;il wlooti. lUnny Wiianr..
Mr. Frank Schu:k isytsterday wrnl
to Mound Jnuctlod and r.Wl prolubly
Shell oyfters Jt received t the
Crystal saloon. HiintT Wiinm.
Don't ferget the matinee of Healey 's
Hibernica at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Admission tor children 13 cent", and
adults 23 cents.
Oyatcr soup lmicb at Harry W Bikers
Crystal saloon every evening at it
For Butter, Eggs, Apples, etc., call at
No. 64 Oblo levee,
Query: "Why will men smoke com
mon tobacco, when tbey can buy Mar
burg Rros. 'Seal of North Carolina' at
the same price t"
Don't forget the free oyster aoup at
9 o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth streot and Commercial ave
THiT Itkw. The following sentence
concluded an article in yesterday morn
ing's BciLim: "This Item was writ
ten by the ycmj mau ot the Buixetu ."
It eltould have read "the old man," but
through some loadvertauce ol the primer
ttie ml take occurred.
There was a fair attendance at the
noondav prayer Qieellng yesterday at
the Arab Euglue House, it Is con
venient to oar busluetK men going or
coailnjr. from dinner, and tbey are earn
estly Invited to drop iu, II but tor a few
moment. Tbey will be beld until
further notice, beginning at frm la
minutes to 12 to 13 minutes to 1 o'clock.
Christians ol all denomlnatluiis anall
other are invited to attend.
Vimti.ni. Mrs. Utioson and er son.
Frank, from Chleasro, are visiting' Mrs.
M. B. Harrell.
K.Monf Tbrplars. The ball given by
the Kol'til Templars was largely alteud
ed, and a u'ud, an enoyable affair.
MorsnCiTY Partt. We understand
that fjuite a numtjer of our young folks
will attend the party given hy the young
folks at Mound t.Mty shortly. .Mny they
all have a Jolly time.
ilKtiOH Krohis. Mr. Ww. F.ichorl,
the furniture dealer, Is opening a branch
tore In Dr. Wardner'a building on Com
merclul avenue. Mr. Eichoff has on
hand a large assortment of furniture and
has opened this store for the accommo
dation ot down-town people.
Yocko People's Meeting. Another
meeting for young people for eonvcrsa
tion on religious subjects will be held at
the Presbyterian church tonIghr, eom
raenting at 7 o'clock. These meeting
are well attended,and considerable inter
est Is being msmifestcl by those wbo at
tend. Rici.ve. Another race took place at
St. Mary's park .yesterday afternoon be
tween Bill Elliott's nag and some
Kentucky horse. It was difficult to
decide which ot the horses wou tho ra;e.
and hence considerable talk and high
words were indulged In. All in all, the
race was a very dissatisfactory one.
Fir is Aianu. The alarm ot fire wa
occasioned by a fire in the chimney of
the frame building on tbc corner of
Sixth and Commercial avonuc. All tho
Are companies were promptly on hand,
but their services were not required as
tho fire wa? extinguished before tbe
That Verdict. The verdict ol "not
guilty" given by the jury la tbe Pillow
case was entirely unexpected, and hence
has created quite an amount of talk
among our citizens. It was thought by
almost everybody that It Pillow was not
bung be wonld at least be sent to tho
Penitentiary for twcnty.flvo or thirty
Funeral or Mr. Perry Powers.
The funeral services of ilr. Perry Powers
will be beld at hi residence on Twelfth
Street, at 1 .60 a'al! tUl p m A apayjal
train will leave the toot ol Tweltth street
at 2:20 p.m. for Villa Ridge. The friends
and acquaintances of tbe deceased are
respectfully Invited to attend. The
funeral services will te conducted by
Rev. B. Y. Georgo.
Healby's Uibbrsica. Healey 's Hl
hemic gave to our people last night one
of the rarest entertainments ever given to
Cairo ptople. Tbe performance from
beginning to end was an excellent one,
and highly appreciated by those 'who
attended. This company fully sustains
Its reputation, and well deserves tbe full
bouses with which it meets all over the
couutry. The compauy exhibits here
Too II vch'Taib.' Night before last
quite a disturbance was created iu the
oolorcd Baptist church by talkative
women. It seems that a number of
Irreligious women entered the church,
and by continual loud and Irreligious
talking not only Interrupted the preacher
but thereby got into a row with other
members of tbe church, We saw several
ot the members la search ot the police,
but whether arrests were mado we hay
MURDERED FOR MONEY !
1 ' 1 u
The Mound Junction Tragedy
An Old Man Murdered and
hi Perton Robbed.
Great Excitement -Tbe Assassin
Known, and Officers In hot
Lynching Likely, when the Mur
derer is Captured.
MpaMel to the Biutrrn.
Vima liiDGS, Jan. 23.
Another, aud one ot the mon cow
ardly and brutal murders ever com
nA'ttd In this section of country was
euacled it Mound Junctieu, on
(lie Illinois Central Railroad, eight
milts above Cairo on last Monday
nlgtt between nine aad ten o'clock.
Ibe circumstances of the niorder
teem to be about theso: On the
night in' question hetweeu seven and
eight o'clock a colored mau called
at the little storo of Mr. As
Zimmerman at the Junctton, and
purchased a small quantity of cali
co. Mr. Zimmerman,, Iu order to make
the correct change for the negro, took
from his pocket a roll of money, which
the negro saw, and it was noted at the
time that he watched closely where Mr.
Zimmerman put the money after bavins'
made tho change. The negro then left,
leaving the package ot calico with Mr.
Zimmerman, saying that be would call
tor It In a little while. This, as above
stated, was between seven and eight, and
the negro went away. Between bine
and ten o'clock he returned and called
for his package, and Mr, Zimmerman
having closed his place, opened tbe door
and let him Into the store. The negro
had In bis hand a large navy revolver, and
asked Mr. Zimmerman tor some caps.
Mr. Zimmerman gave him the caps, and
tbe negro put them on toe revolver, say
ing as be du so that " this (meaning the
revolver) Is a good thing to bare," and
pointing it at Mr. Ziui merman's breast,
and without one word ol provocation or
even warning to his v ctlin, llred. Mr.
Zimmerman ran Into an adjoining room,
the negro after him. Just Inside .the
room door the negro eanght Mr. Zfmnier.'
man by the hair ot the bead, and dealt
him several terrible blowa on the head
with ihe buttot the revolver, every blow
crushing in the skull.' Ot course Mr.
Zimmermun died Instantly, and tbe
negro then robbed his person and went
through the money drawer In tbe store.
He then made his escape, and up to this
writing, (8 o'clock p.m., ol the 23rd,) be
has not been captured, though he la
known, and the officers arc on his track.
This brntal and Inhuman murder was
perpetrated In the pretence of Mr. Zim
merman's little daughter, aged about
ten years, and the child
says she could Identify the murderer and
gives an accurate dlscriptlon of him.
The remains of Mr. Zimmerman were
buried this afternoon in the cemetery
at Villa Ridge. . '
1 will remain here or at Mound Jm
tion to-night, as there is no dpnbtthat
tbn murderer will he caplurciT; and in
dtratlons are that when heMS captured
the people of this city wlUr not be railed
upon to bear the ekDefiM of a ''court
house trial." ! Frank.
Engineer Wm. Weston Drowned.
Yesterday atternoon when the Jim Fisk
was midway between Mound City and
tho month of Cache RIyer coming down,
Mr. wniiatn'Weston, second engineer,
on watch, fell overboard while attempt
ing to draw a bucket f water and before
help could reach him drowned In mid
river. As he was tbe engineer on watch
it was some time after the accident
occurred before another man reached
tho engine room . to stop the
boat. but with it all she
was nruuded to, mopped, and tbe yawl
scut almost to him before he sank to rise
uo more. William Weston wgs a voung
man about twenty-two years old, and a
son of eogincer Dick Weston, well known
to our people as the engineer of the
Tyrone sud other Cumberland river
boats, aud now engineer of Aliard's mill,
Tbe HiatKiiiCA. Healey's Mlnttrtls
gave a very fine performance to a de
lighted audience at tbe Atbeneum last
nlcht, and this afternoon at tbree o'clock,
will give a matinee tor tho entertain
ment of school children and others
wbo can not attend at night, and In
the evening will give another enter
tainment with an entire change of pro
gramme from last night. To the mati
nee, schoolchildren will be admitted lor
fifteen cents, adults, twenty-five cents.
to the evening entertainment, reserved
seats seventy-five cents, other parts 0
tbe ball flity cents. Tbe entertainments
are first-class, and are well worth seeing-.
Bvsrnua rlXT.-On last TouHar
even ng tne pupils of Miss Jennie Patter
son's class assembled at the residence ol
Mr. J. B. Reed, on Twentieth street, and
after tbe putty was fully organized the)
wended tinlr way to the residence ot
Mrs. Walbrldre, on Seventeenth street.
Tbe jolly surprisers were headed by four
Igtie girls and four little boys, and all
tussling with lull baskets ot eatables.
Tbey rang the bell and Hiss P. was
called. Their happy looks were enousrli
to betray them, and ma leall about them
nappy, I lie evening was spent most
oleasantiy with irauies. muslo and re
freshments till Ten o'clock, when all went
home In the llitht ot the moon, well
pleased with the jolly time they had. '
The Revivai.-A praise and prayer
meeting was held at the Methodist church
last night, at the close ot which six
persons rose for prayers. Ret. Mr,
Morrison is suffering from a ievere cold,
aud was unable to preach last night, but
will deliver a abort discourse tnlsevenlng.
These meetings We grewlng la Interest,
a deep revival feeling prevades them, and
great results are anticipated. v . ' '
.'.,, ii. '
. SbelLpjstere Just received, at the
Crystal sUen, ' BaMt Walism
HO.NAL SrnVlCB RKPOHl.
Ri'e or rail
rr. i is.
a . 4
io a J
parenport ., ,
Ht. Paid.-.. ......
JTAMKS ST. WATSON,
S-t-4i Signal Service, V. S. A
The new towhoat, Jno. Porter, cleared
fur tbe Ohio with three barges of Iron
The Polar ritar and Hickory are out
from ."St. Louis for cargoes ol timber,
The Belle Memphis bad a light. trip tor
The Capital City was well laden for
Tbe Golden Rule and Andy Banm
have good cargoes.
Steamboats are In excels at St. Lends,
but barges arc in demand. .
The Future City Is due here with a big
tow, and the A. J. Baker will be due to
morrow. Tho A. J. White is being thoroughly
repaired at Mound City.
Tbe Ironsides left 3 barges of cotton
ties here tor ihe south and took 2 barges
of railroad iron to the Tennessee. After
unloading them ehe will return to this
city. ' " . .
Dr. C. W. Bradley bos quit smoking
and gone to chewing wax. He finds it
much more economical. He says a
nlckles' worth ot wax will last a man a
month If lie don't divide with his friends
too olten while chewing It.
The St. Louis Qkbt-Dtmocrat of Tues
day states exultlngly that St. Louis Is
about to enjoy "the newest thing of the
age," iu the shape of an iron stage CO
leet long, that Is being placed . on the
Memphl3 Packet Company's wharf boat.
We can testily that 'it U something to
' make a toss over, a great improvement
i over the ol't wooden stages.und s Uertiued
i to supercede them entirely at no distant
i day. We know all this because the
Halllday 4 Phillips' Wharf beat company,
ot thin city. nave had surh a staee In use
maoy months, and there Is uo sign of
wear on It yet. It leads from the levee
to the upper deck of No. 2 wliarfboat, and
teams are driven over It into the upper
story with freight, just s they drive on
to the lower deck at St. Louis. The St.
Loute stage Is a duplicate of the Cairo
stage, and both are In use In consequence
of the energy and mechanical ingenuity
ot a Cairo man.
Dental Office. We were surpUed
a few days ago on entering the Dental
Rooms of E. W. Whltlock, D. D. S., to
dud the rooms the best furnished and
most comfortable dental rooms we have
swen for some time. Dr. Whltlock has
not only made hli place of business
attractive by well furnished rooms, but
hat, by courteous treatmeut and unusual
skill In his profession, succeeded in
making his office tht dental oftiee ot the
eity. He may be found over Goldstein
& Boienwatcr's store. Glvehim a call.
Lessox3 in Drawi.no. The under
slame having rented the German school
building on Fourteenth street, will open
8 fSchool where instruction In drawing
will be given. Also instructions In wood
carving. Lessons given every Saturday,
from 10 to 12 o'clock, Tuition $1 per
month. John'C. Ki-eifukx.
In this connection we desire to state
that John C. Klcilgen and Peter Jaeger,
wood carvers, upholsters and cabinet
makers have opened a shop at the corner
ot Eight street and Washington avenue,
whero they are prepared to do all work
in their line on the most reasonable
FURNITURE ! !
Household Goods at Auction !
At 10 o'clock, A.M., Jau. 3V78,
Commercial Av. bee 7th and Hh ate.
Parlor and bcdroom sets, canopy bed-
steadd, marble-top center tables, lancy
stands, carpets, matting, sofas and sola
lounges, glass aud qucensware, kltshen
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
Wardrobes, bureaus, waahsUnds, chairs,
Looking-glasses, pictures, extension ta
BOOK-CASE AND BLACK WALNUT
Cook and beating stoves, with pipe, eta.,
mirrors, rockers, book-case, etc.; also,
Shanniger's No. 1, 8-octave, piano case,
rosewood and superfine ttnUh, with cover
and:hn cc-mutate: instrument In first
1-23 'it Toll Winter, Auctioneer.
Splendid T.ree et r. Briok Ees
idenoe at Auction.
Will sell at public auction, ou tbe
premises, on .
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1st, 187S,
at 10'cloek a.m. lor cash (ho line three
story biirk residence situated on lots 17,
18 and 19 In Mock 64, on Fifth f treet,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
street, south side, city of Cairo.
The house contains eleven rooms, and
is in ltood condition. Number one cis
tern and outhouses. Neighborhood and
surroundings Jlrst-clas. , . " .
Persons desirous of obtaining a per
manent borne will consult their Interests
by examining this property and attend
ing the sale. - Title ' guaranteed. Sale
positive and, without reserve. Any de
sired Information In regard to tbe prop
erty wlllbe lurnhhed on application to
tbeundorshrned, agent, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. : .
vjoiim q. auousi, Agent.
i Soil. a. Boron Aoenooeer. r .
THSJ CAS-0.a) WT
All Minulil Buy tlielr Urocrrle Iram
Below wo givo a number ol reasons
why pcoplo should buy Ibelr groceries
from Pettis & Bird:.
1st. Because their stocks Is the largest,
freshest and choicest in the city..
2nd. Because they sell goods of every
Kind ciioier than any other bouse In the
3rd. Because, tiicy deliver good.s more
promptly and In better shapo than any
other house in the city.
4th. Because they keep'tlw most eom
plcte stock, and persons iMlrlug td
purchase different kinds of goods are not
compollcd to go elsewhere becauce
McHsrs. P. A B. have not got the goods
TliciiC we consider substantial reasons
why our rAders should buy their goods
ot Pettis & Bird,
Corner Hth st. and Washington avenue.
Also Just received a large lot ol Yar
ncll Uro.'s Baking Powder, the best
goods made ; only requires one tcaspoon
lul to the quart ot Hour. Give it a trial
and you will use no other.
151m. Pettis & Bird.
6 He choico Rio coffee, $1.
10 lbs A sugar, $1.
11 lbs bwt New Orleans suitor, $1.
And everything ilso at rock bottom
prices. , Pbttib & Bird
Fred Koehler, corner Eighth street
and Washington avenue and also at the
corner ol Eleventh street and Washing
ton avenue, is selling the choicest family
lard In buckets at the ruinously low
price ot 8) eents per pound. If -lm
All bills due the firm of Stuart &
Gholson must be settlwd on or before the
1st. All bills unpaid atwr that dale will
be placed for collection. .
101 w. STt'ABT & Gholson.
iAr.er (bnu XjiTe I
On receipt of $1.50 1 will send to any
address an Imported French Microsccpe
that will magnify over 00 times any
small object. A very ti-elul and instruc
tive Instrument, brass mounted and put
up In a neat case, warranted as recom
mended or the money refunded,
Its magnifying power is so great that
living objects can be readily discovered
in a drop of water, and for examining
small objects, all manner of lnsectn, the
texture ot cloths, Ac, detecting foreign
raBtter in sugar, Hour and other articles
of diet, for detecting counterfleit money,
and a hundred other nseiul purposes, it
will be found Invaluable.
An endless sourco of amusement for
tlie coming winter evening. Sent by
mall on receipt of pilee. ,
- SE.VVER A CO.,
01 Park Place, N. Y. City.
A Geitile lllut.
In our style ot climate, with Its sudden
changes ol temperature rain, wind and
sunshine otien Intermingle in a single
day it la no wonder that our ebil ren,
frienda and relative are to frequently
taken Ironi us by neglected colds, half the
deaths resulting directly from this cause,
A bottle of Boschec's German Syrup kept
about your homo for immediate use will
prevent serious sickness, a largo doctor's
bill, and perhnps death, by the use of
three or four doses. For curing Con
sumption, Hemorrhages, Pneumonia,
Severe Coughs, Croup, or any disease ot
the Throat or Lungs, its success Is simply
wonderful, as your druggist will tell you
German Syrup is now sold In every town
and village on this continent. Sample
bottles for trial, 10c.; regular size, 73c.
CUT jw OUT
J'o erery rcailer ol this paiier who wnds ns this
c mill okw and wa will furwud, fur one year.
"Th TrMirs," a raanniflcent Illuairaiml
Monthly Journal anil Itonekcner's Magazine,
autl ou copy of our nw and elegant premium
"ASKINU A BLESSING, "
A masterpiece of tbe Uuaseldorf school nl genre
paintipr, by l'rof. Jordan, "He '4j16S, ex
ecuted Iu tbe bltfbflt atyle of Hie rt. Retail
price of, wlilcu U l, aud a copy ol lb follow
iiir beautiful poem descriptive of the curumo, la
elegant illuminated color for frainiuK.
Art but wait, pood wile, a minute;
1 bare Ural a word to tayt
I'd you know what to duy la?
Motber, 'litourweddtufr tiny I
Junt a now, we eat at auppcr
when tlieffuueta had gone awari'
Ton Lat tlutt UNs 1 ai thla aide,
Forty years ago to-day I
Then what plan we laid together;
V, bat brate Utluga 1 meant to do I
Could wed ream to-day would find na
At this table me aud vouf
Better so,. no doubt and yet I
Sometime tliluk 1 onuot tell
Had our boy ab , yea I 1 know, dear)
Yes, tie doetb alf thing t well.
Well we' ye bad nor joy anl sorrows,
Shared our. milta at well as tears)
And the best of all - I've bad you
Faltnrul love lor lony year a I
Poor w' v ben, but not rornaken i
Grief we've known, but never sbanie
Father for Thy envies mrrciea
oiiii we Dieaa inr uoitdbuwi
This Is a rare ehane
for you lo make mon
ey We will pay you
lona and give yon eicluiive territory . Send
ua on dollar, avoid nnmeewary correepon
dtnea, raneiv your territory, and go to work at
once. Upon rawipl of which w will lorwaro
aiient' outfit, certiflcate of aeooy, Me. Speci
men cile lo oeut none free
Addrea Tha Traaaura Pnbllahing Co,
No. W UiUr 8treU Mew York
To Inventors & Manufacturers
6ilmore,Smith & Co.
Solicitor of Patents and Attorneys at
Am ar loan and7oralT& Patent.
No Fees In Advance, nor until' a 'Patent
li allowoi. i,Jto Ft JvMMking
, ' liminaiy Etatnituttiont.
Special attention given to Interference
Cases before the Patent 031c, Infringe
ment BriWlQ the dllU.oit States, end a))
lltlgatjon api)ertalnlng to Ptttettf J or In
VCTitlous. ' "'. . " :''t-
uatLyRS i antra t po.,' r-
m F..SU K'uMnsivx, D.-C
Bargaino tor thiHoIMoTo
Extraordinary Inducements to Purchaieoro
' tTxatil awftox OIxrlssitxxxAaa rVeeols.-
pon Tixjui Nrrnzv th i uttt taito
. Wli oShr to the Public toaae UBprecedentcS Bargains la . . . '
gMjQL333E1.3CCS and S33a3HIO
Tbe, Finest ansortment of Ladles' Cloaks and Fan in the City.
L'uuailod Attractions Silk llandercbiefs, Collars, Cuffs and Ties in larae variety aad
A Full aud Complete Line ot Gents' Furnishing Goods sold at astonishingly low pries,
Zepbyn, Wool and Fancy articles ot all shadea and colors.
Ladle Bboes actually at Coat.
Carpets and oil Cloths in endless variety, quality and pattern.
We take pleasaro In announcing to our patrons and tbe public gmrally that
are now offering special inducements to those wbo purchase within the nest 18
dais. A thousand new and attractive articles of vertn are now on exhibition, and
nt4i KnlnM AAaail a- a - a ...It 1 1 I .
eiiv wing ujkjicu . iuus. tjAiraunuQaruj
mm i u !
WEDNESDAY AND THURgrAY,
January SSd and 34ib, "
MoKvoy'a lMew Hibernica,
Irish Brigade Baod end Orohestra
Remodeled and enlarged for the pres
Groat NatieDal Moiical aad Pictorial Entertain-
IRISH END MENU
Tha Bnalirnl 8 tilery of Ireland I
The entire eompan r appearing ia original
song , di.tic n and k :1wh.
Matinee Thursday i fa'c'ock. Adauaaioo 60
eenta; reserve i icu"5 rent,.
JULE T MOK5J, Bnsln Man.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. Rt
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road Running Two
Daily Trama from Cairo,
Trains Lav Cairo
1.10 p.m. F:tst F.Xpress, arriving in St.
Louis 8 :M p. m.; Chicago, 7:80, a.m.
2:20 p.m. CJNCINNATI & LOUI8
ViLLE FAST LINE
Arriving u Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.: Louis
ville, 8:i!ii, a.m.: Indianapolis, :16 a.m.;
l'asnengers by this train arrive at above
OF AHY 0THK ROUTE.
vlflO.p. m. Fust Mail witn sleepers attach
ed, for NT. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arming in Ht. Louis at 0:30 a.m. Chi
csko at 4.80 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or ElllnRham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
r(.snnu;ers by this line go through to
the East without any delay caused by
The SATUKWAY AFTEBNOON TKAtN
FltOM CAIRO ARIUVKS IN NEW
YORK MONDAY iiOUISIMi
39 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHEB KOUTB.
advertisements of competlnr lines that
they mike better time than this one, are
are issued either through ignorance or a
desire to mlsload tne public
r or through tickets and Information,
pply at Illinois Central B. B. Depot, Cairo.
TUAIKS AOJUVB AT OJ,10
txpress..... .. .. M.......M... ......m..Si00 p m
tail M.............M .................. 1 .46 a. m.
JA8. JOHNSON, "
Oen'l Southern Agt
J. II. Jokes. Ticket Act.
CLAD I I, THS AFfLCTl
Allotment univer ally acknowledged a
the most renowned quick eura ever brought
ueroro tne puoiu id toe Ainaieeain cen
tury lor the prlect cure ot
Man and Beast!
This popular and great healing; remedy,
so long needed by suffering; humanity, is
atlvliiK unbounded proo'a of Its merit by
ail having tested its unrivaled power, aad
n all esses claiming It the meat power
fill reuirtdy and quiok reUever iron agony,
Diamond Oil Poseesea
be best concentrsud bealiDg properties,
quickest scleutldo arts tor pain relief, most
combined medicated neoeMltles, as a llnl
rncntfar man and beast, ever introduced
(or public bene lit,
wbo will use this liniment la time, will be
ounviuced ihi this is a sure cur for rheu
matism, nouralgta, bruise, sprains, swell
lnirr, burns, cuts,' felons, tumors, piles,
injured limbs, scaids, gout, dlptharla,
sura throat, toothaohe, beadaehe, Instat
bites, nts, eolle, tap worms, etc., for the
hnmsn race, and la
A POSITIVE ClltE
or sweeney, ringbone, strains, oalloo
sinews, burl, ourba, cuts, bruises, lame
uess. stratned fetlock, sravini, collo, botta,
windfall, poll evil, cattle and shsep com
plaints, and all general diseases In stool,
and the many otaer afflluttoDs of both nun
and beast.. . ,
DIAMOND OIL la tor sal by flunK
RttLtr, being welt rtcomended by all
druygta, pbylulans, and avery on who bas
ever used it. Prio, 70 cents per bottle.
: PHLLADKLPU1A. ,
Sramclt OiBoe, Indianapolis lad.
IJttla-ib kaowa Mrls J--J J
rWaVleAM, aWaxess. A. k A 6
AtoiW (JW arte at Ceateaalal 1
I Afe arte u Ceateaalal txtm foe
aad enam Mm eW
fdtaiy) n4 AmriM. Ta but iatawe
U. U ear Ma litdnart h Uh)
rainaiM on Wklnnd. m ihM Jcimi
me, to a 4U, Mbt., TmwiIhvi. VZ
A FARM & HOME
OF YOUR OWN.
Kaw is Uis Tims ta Ssesra it.
ONLY FIVE DOLL AHA
FOR AN ACRE
Of tbe best land In America. 2.0M.GM cr la
Raaurn Nebrka, on Ibe line of IseCaloa Pa
ciflo railroad now for aule. Ten year credit
riven, ia ercat only t par cent. Tbea are tea
only lands for le en tha line of tht great rall
roal. the Warld's Highway. Sand forth
new " Hionaer. " the beat paper for tho seek
ing new homes ever publitbed. Full Mtrtica
lara, with mapa. ent free. O. F. DAVIS, Ua
Agent. U P. a. K., Omaha. Nob,
fA CHEAT OTFUH
We will duriS these hard time and ike bolt
dayadlapoeaef One llumlred New Piano aad
Oorann.f flnt-claaimake it lewet prioea for
eaab or Instalment thaa ever before oflered.
Waters' Pianoa and Organ are Uw Deu uade,
w irranted far five yeara. llluatrated eauUoror
mailed. Ureat induce ente to lh trade. Pi
anos, 7-octave, 1144,7 1-3-octave tta. Orgaan,
t atoni, I8, 4 i tops, i3, 7 atopa, t3, S atoaa,
tVi 10 itopa, SS4, l'iitou. $ si. In jtfrfcei or
der, not uaed a year. Sheet aiaale half price.
llOltAOk; WATERS SONS, inMiUaoiorera
and eValera, i at FoMTteaaUi street, .New
Z Cure Tito.
When 1 aayVure I do not aaeaa saerely to ten
theoi for a tiax and tbea bar them rtturu
again, I mean a radical en re. 1 ana a regalar
phyatciao and have mad th dW at of Pita,
EpllepiT or Palllcg Slcknea a life-long rudy.
1 warrant mv remedy to rare to enr V wont
eases, llecanaa otl.en nave Called i no reuen
for not no receiving a cure from me. Send to
tne at once for a Treatise and a rKk. BOTTU.
of my lnfallbtte remedy. Give expre aad
poet pnMoffira. Itcoats von nothing ror a trial,
and l Will cure you. Addreaa DK. II. O.
kUOT, 1J Pearl tUeet, New York.
WORS FOB. a&XsL
In their own locahtlea, eanvasslng tor th
I'lre-alde t'laitar, (enlarged) Weekly and
MtintlUy. Larweat Paper In th War 14,
withMarr.moOi Uuouio Kre KirCominU
iona to Agraits Term and OuUlt rre, A4
drtae. P O. VICKJS11Y, Angust i.MaUt.
Extra Ha Mured Oarda. wlia mm:
10 ot.. poM-wiiL
L. JONES A 00. ,
Maaaaa. N. Y.
a j 5ga
TlT A TkT f O price 90Q onlj 2'W.
PAK'L P. BEATTY, TVuhlegtoa, M. J.
WHY P1Y SwOO
For a a Piano, or 000 for aa Organ, wbea
can nay one or theee ecnarnnieeo a gooa
be beet) aeutontrUUFKKKbyUievAROaAL
Ml tu Piano and and Organ Co., 47 Untvar
tv Plao. M. Y.
oe CARDS 25 itylee) l'., 9ft bird eard e,
a with nam. LTarpining.CobleikUlX.a .
Write George Wentter. BamiHoa, iiaseoea
county, 111., tor maps and dea iption of vaUi-
able farm in Oiark coon y , Mo. For sal LOW
or lease on long time.
OR Fashionable Card no8a llutlev
o. . with name. 10c. C. Walkst 0, .
Cnau,.mVlUage,. i. . .
9R Mixed Cards with name, ia card caaa, by
mail, 140, u. . KUUBl
anaomg, n. I
CONSTJEPTIOJf can be enredl Try PTL
MONAI AakvaurrlmiMtiu tar it
P. lARailL'8 AITHXA AI1
Having itrugelad twenty years
between life and death with A IB
MA, I experimented by com
iioaadlDg root and berha sd la
haling tne medleuia. I tanuaate
ly dl-oovered a sura son for
ASTHMA aad CATABKH, war
ranted to reliave aav aa as Aalh- .
ma iti.uuily, o th pa.leat caa lie down to
sleep. Vr mall, e 1.00 per boa. AAdr
It. LANUr.il., OmeaTS Alia(, KeW
York, or Appl Creak, OWo. SU by alt nf
S GN PAINTERS mm
States and Province to aaawer thla adverti
ment. Addraas, DAWKL P. BBATTT.
trTaebLsea, H, j.
la lot ewsllr ear ad la
riraa. but it ran be made la
three asoath by say aa
tbr ex la aav part al tit '
eoaony wbo 1 wtlliag la work
aie-jdllyalth amplyMal w
famish, ae a wa la year
oirn town. Toa aa4 a4 aa
from home after Blent. Yea ana rtv .
your sol bo lo tbe work, oroaly yea imm ,
momenta. W nave ageala who ar staals; .
over JU per dav, AU wbo anflag at aa .
maae money tut. At I m nraaeat aa
NOTICE Or APrUCATlON f Ot PAADOX.
Notice is aeraby given that appJleaSl will ka :
mad In da eouree ef Uas at KaaBaavm,
ibaiky U.OaUoaa.govanaral ttw sjmta atTil
aoli, firut par ilea ef baaavy J at ansa (easer
d) . eaartttaa at ta May term a wa Alia alar
eeantv otrtKli eoart a Mtf f lafsa M
seeteawadtp tbryear ta U wa4aatjy,
CaJraTtn ,Da. W.uiSl. .'-.
a not d naaa easily aaa eaawiy as ear 1
other basin, it eoalt alblaa t ar la
bualaeaa. Terms and M out SI Ira. Adarea .
lone, H. H.VUTT A CX), P(Wtd, .
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