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BLUE FLANNEL SUITS:
W offer BLUB FLAWNEL
nioely made-Coat, Panta andVit-for "
We have Blue Flannel Suits
To thoso who wish a guarantee of Fast Color we will subject tho
Goods to the only known tost, that
Suits at Low Price warranted
Wo novor guarantee an article
Rave guarantees, and for referonce too the Editor of this Journal.
FARNBAKER, the Clothier.
SATt'KDAY, April 20, 1S7S.
1 . I Lrf . . X
For Salo at a Bargain and Upon
The tj Ki and material now used In the
publication of the Cairo Daily and
Wkkki.y Uci.LKTi.N' can bo purchased at
a j;rout bargain and upon easy terms
Tho outfit embraces itrevier and Non-
pareil lor the body of tho paper, display
type, three double wooden stands, cases,
' Imposing stones, proof-press, standing
galleys, etc., In short a complete news
paper outfit. This is a rare chance for
parties contemplating publishing a
country newspaper, Property delivers
hie May 1st. Apply to or address
John II. Ohuu.y.
John Q. llarman is absent from the
Mr. A. D. liobertson Is "down" with
i li Ills and fever.
Sir. 11. T. Orould and lady have
returned to the city.
Kurgairis in all department at O
lUythorn & Co's. Ct
Harry Walker sets up the oyster
wnp lunch i-very morning at !( o'clock.
Men's and hoys' Mimmer hats at O
Ilui ilium & CnV. largest stock in the
Fresh shell oysters at Harry Walk
Cooler's cork corsets are lor sale
only by O. llaythorn & Co. Ct
At Harry Walker's crystal saloon
may lie found tho choioest shell oysters.
Oyster soup lunch at Harry Walker's
Crystal saloon every iventng at 9
o'clock. 1.1. II
Kor Hotter, Vw, Apple, etc., call
No. til Ohio levee.
tf. II. I.KIliHTOK
Sin II under iHst received at the
Crystal s aliMin. Hakiiy Wai.kkk.
We understand that a numler ol tho
Night Templars from Centralis will visit
ih is city on K.ister Sunday.
Artificial teeth made, from $S 00 to
IlliUOa set, at Dr. .ItHelyn's, No. 14
Kighth Htreet, Cairo, 111. 4-10-lf.
Led roses In the button holes of
yninig gents are becoming popular
almost as popular as red ribbons.
Mr. T. F. Field, manager of tho liox
and iiaskct laetory, Is the owner of a
handsiiino Mrawbcrry farm In Ullin.
Luster Sunday will be observed by
liotli the C.itliolic aud the Episcopal
churches with the customary services.
The Odd Fellows will give a socia
ble on the '.'Gili Inst., thels being the an
niversary of the order.
Tho nfteting at the Kelnrm club
rooms last hiirlit was well attened. Tho
exercises were of the usual character
Tim Knight Templars of this city
will, in a body, attend the services in the
Kpiseopal church on Kastcr Sunday.
The "spring chickens," we are told,
l ist night had a very enjoyable dance in
he building formerly occupied as the
evidence ol Air. Peter L'uhl.
The pay-car of tho Illinois Central
railroad was tho cause of lllllnir tho noc
kets ami gladcningthu hearts ol the em
ployes of the company yesterday,
uery: Why will men smoke conimos
toliseuo when they can buy Marburgh
Hros. "Heal ol North Carolina" at the same
price r 10 8 tf.
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
J o'clock Mils eyontng at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street und Commercial ave
A car-load of turtles passed through
this city lor St. Louis yesterday. Tho
smallest of which weighed 200 lbs.,wklle
the weight of tho largest was 3S0 lbs.
Gypsies in this part of tho country
a ro becoming numerous and almost daily
not less thai; a dozen wagons lull ot
women, men and children cross to
this city on the lurry.
Mr. F. Korsmeyer Is just in receipt
of a very lurjp and select stock of Key
West and Imported cigars, to which he
calls the special attention ol Miiokers.
Our new stock of Ladles' Shoes.
Slippers, etc, Is tho largest most coin
r plete In tho city, and should attract tho
e attention ol every buyer In this hue.
Ol U. UAYTHORN & Co,
SUITS, well bound, half lined and
for Men and Hoys
of Nitrio Acid.
to bo Fast Color.
unless wo are sure. Last yoar wo
J-i I.J -, - .L t
Tim Cot In Isthe father ol a foahv hov.
Tim fuels biifwir than cvor ami well ho
may, lor tho baby Is h hnndsoruo. onn,
awl Is tho ik;tur!ol bis father.
E. W. Wheoloek, who Iain the com.
mission business, Intonils stavlnc In thin
end ol tho statu for several months buy.
mg irult for Ins commission bouse In
A Bix-clul mootins of the city council
ws held last nlL'h t at which tho voU? of
tho lato election was canvassed and the
result declared. Some other unimportant
business was transacted.
Our nw stock of Dry Goods la cntial
to any In tho city, and embraces many
novelties not to be found elsewhere.
tall and sue them
Ot O. HiVT Hon V A. ( 'rk
A llonb r was fl-heJ out ol the Ohio
river at the lowi-r eti.l ot town last
Mj;bt, Coroner r'itzi'i.-rald held an in
quest on the body, but tho identity of
tnu-corpse" could not bo established
The meeting of tho colored Tern
peranco IUfortn club last nlirht. .was
fjuius larjre. Several good speeches were
made, and the Interest tor the cause an
pirently increases with every meeting
Ice will be a scarce article fids sum
iner, and hence will cost considerably
more than It did last ywir. Last year iee
sold in this city for half a cent rxr oound
i ins yoar me price Is one and a half cent
At the M. K. sociable held at the res
Idenco ot 1. W. Barclay on Thursday
nlifhr a largo tin medal was awarded
Mr. tit-ore S. Fisher as the handsomest
youriK man In the assembly: That such
a calamity would sooner or latter befall
Air. Fisher, has to us always been verv
evident, ;but "what can't be cured, must
! endured," and Air. Fisher can't hel
. . - i
tils gooil looks.
Many of our M-oide will remember
r.u. w Hiett, and many more will remem
her bis poem entitled "Greenbacks,"
which was several times, by renuest of
our citizens, published In the Cairo pa
ers. hd. has lately held a position on
the editorial staffof tho St. Louis 'Times.
und at present is editorially connected
with the .New lotk 'Sun.'
Children cry for Pitcher's Catoria.
It is as pleasant to take as honey. It
eoiiiains no morphine or other deleted
ous ingredient, and is cure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stomach, and overcome ir
rllation canned by rash or cutting teeth
aioiiurscan rest, and children enjoy
health, who use Castoria. It is harmless.
it Is certainly speedy, aud it is cheap
V telegram from Mr. Oberly. who
Is now lu Spin'-Held, to the editor ot the
liin.i.KiiK, announces that the man Tom
Kills has been pardoned by the governor.
Kllis was convicted at tho last Mav term
of the circuit court on a charge of horse
stealing, tor several months bis health
has lieen falling and It was teared that
further confinement would prove fatal to
Members ol the Taxpayers associa
tion who have bought or sold any real
estate since last. luno should inform the
secretary of the a-soemtion of tho luct.
furnishing a description ol tho property.
Jte is now engaged in the nrenaratlon ol
the list of real estate owned bv members
who propose to resist the payment o
railroad Interest tax, and desire to com
plcte tho same, on or before lite 1st
The temperance mectine at' Olive
itniiiui on iiiursuuy evening was a
great success. Among thoso who went
out trom this city were Kev. Mr. Morris
son, Dr. U. W. Dunning, dipt. W. Al.
Williams, John P. ilely and tho Gleo
club of the Cairo lieiorm club. Speeches
were mado by all of the gentlemen
named, and fifty old names secured to
Persons wishing anything h the lino
of millinery goods, will do well to call a
tho esbiblibluneut ot Mrs. II. S. Carson
& Co., as the goods arc all iresh, new
and of the latest Importations, styles and
fashions. New goods Just received and
will bo during the season every few days.
All are luvitcd to call at that establish
ment on Commercial avenuo opposite
Winter's block near Seventh street.
It ...... ia,i
formerly occupied as a toy store, Cairo,
I""- 4 181m
The "levee luminary" informs us
"Tho fall and disgrace brought upon the
churoh by Bishop McCroskey has pro.
ducod a profound sensation." Wo are
just a little curious about this fall ol tho
church, and would ask our neighbor If
the lull "hurt tho church much." Wn
I ul to see any disgrace upon the church.
nut it tno Immaculate Chlcnon nm.i
tolls the truth tluro Is, Indeed, sad dls
Ifraee upon the ared MotSronknw.
the eloquent and respected bishop. But,
though high In authority he muv hr
been, we feel safe In savlmr th.t if n.
story ol his downfall be true, ho will
meet witn no leniency at the bands ot
the church ho has to cruelly deceived,
Mrs, L, J. rJoeira has returned from !
laying In her spring stock of millinery
and notions. Sho can say without fear
ot contradiction that her stock through.
out is tho finest and best selected ever
brought to Cairo. Sho only asks the
public to cull and examlno ber goods aud
be convinced that she competes success-
fully with all others In thoso iroods. She
will have auctions on tho first Saturday.
Irom tt a.m. to 10 p.m. ot each month
iu make room, as une will receivo new
goods In the latest style dally. Sho will
be pleased to show goods to all who may
call. Cor. 8th street. In the Alexander
''liny nun ontiK uuuuing. n-.i-ua
A young man named Nichols was ar
rested by the police yesterday lor last
riding through tho Btrects of the city.
He was taken before Judiro Bird, who
lined him live dollars and costs of suit,
Nichols la employed at Sprout's ice
houe. and Is said to bo a hard-working
you hit man. in this connection wo may
remark that It is to be honed that the po
lice will not stop with Nichells, but ar
rest all others who mav be tound rldlnir
or driving at unusual speed through the
city. II they will visit Washington av
cnun almost any evening between six
and eight o'clock they will llnd material
enough to work on, and at the same time
conler a favor on the residents ol the
THE EEFOEM CLUB.
Iho Meeting; Lam IkU ,n Anieud-
inenl to the xMit!luMOM.
The nieetinz ot tho reform club last
evening was of mora than usual import
uuee, Several short addresses were made,
S. I. Wheeler, Esq., aud Mr. Geo
Olmsted doii.g the talking. After the
transaction of the regular business of tho
club an amendment to tho constitution
was adopted making tho election of
olllcers semi-annual instead of
unnually us under tho eld
order ot things, llereultcr the elections
will take place on the lourt Friday lu
During the evening tin; new and beau
tllul temperance song, entitled "God
Helping Us, we Will." written by Will
S. Hayes, of feouisvlllu. and dedicated to
the Culro Temperance ltelorm club, was
sung ny .nrs. atansbury. Miss Sarah
Black, Miss llutlio Alclvee, Walt AIo
Kee and Mr. Frank Van loren. This
song was excellently rendered and capti
vated those who heard it.
Thn Attendance Ijmt ailKhl-Nkatlaa;
for Hie Prlxo mh Ungltn, the Win
The attendance at the skating rink last
night, notwithstanding the bad weather,
was larger than on any previous eve
nings since the opening. The presence
ol so large and respectable an audience
was due iu a great measure to tho an.
nounceiuent that a prize would be iriven
to the most gra! Ul lady skater. The
skatiriif lor tho irze took iAm-a htnin.J
o'clock, six ladles Miss Carrie Umrles.
Alias Frankie Kexlord, Allsics Anna and
Mollie ltiley, Mrs. Clark, Airs. James.
entering the list ot contestants. The
ladies accompanied by a gentleman, a8
follows: Miss Logics and Lou Scuuck
ers; AIr. Clark and Mr. Geo. Cox: Mrs
James and Mr. G. W. Strousr: Alius
Frankie Kexlord and Mr. Uobt. Wood
ward; Miss Annie lliley and Air. Ilise
Woodward; Miss Aioille Klly aud Mr,
The ballots were prepared and the vot
ing dono while the skating was in pro-
tress, Capt. W. P. Wright and W. JI.
Williams receiving and countiojr the
votes. It was evident from the first that
Aliss Uiigles was the favorite, and tho
handsome vote she received was quite
The vote resulted as j
i.iisi t.ngles S7
Mrs. Clark 33
Aliss lloxlord kj
AllU'l Kilcy 4
just aioiito iciley
Tho little children ol Catt. W. AI
W illlams and Airs. Haythorn. mother
01 whom entered tho list lor the prize
received respectively eight and lour
The prize was a handsonio blue class
toilet set vulued at ten dollars, amf
. . r
received by Aliss fugles amid
plaudits ot the audience.
The rink will be open this moininirat
ten o'clock, and this afternoon ut three
o'clock. This evening, according
nointcemcnt tmr masquerade bull
When Dr. D. V. PUrce was a candllata for
sUte senator, his political ODnonnnln null
ltsliod a pretended auualysl ol his poular
meuiiines, nopiug thernby to prejudice tho
people against him. Ili election lv
overwhelming majority severely rsbuked
uts irauucurs, wuo stiught to impreach hli
Dusiius integrity. No notice would have
been taken of those camDateii He u-ora u
not mat some ol hiscnomies (and every sue-
euBiim outness man has h la lull mini, .f
envious rivals) aro republishing these bo
gus analyses. Numerous and most absurd
formulas have been publinbed, purporting
to have como irom hinh tuthoriiv .,i 1,
w 1 auu
1 a aigmnuani lact that 110 two havn t,B(n
at ail alike conclusively proving the dls-
uoncsty or tuoir authors.
The Simmons retrlfferatom-
tor coolers, ioo ereaiu freezers; window
and door wire cloth, bird cages, flower
stamls, hanging baokets, fishing tackles
aim a mounand other things at
tf . No. 115 Commercial avenue.'
The Cairo ltoform club will fjlvo a
grand b all and supper at tho club build
Ing on Tenth street, Wednesday even
Ing, April JUh. Tho largo and spacious
reading room will bo cleared lor the 00
easlon and supper spread In the lecture
room, Como, everybody, and have a
good time and help a good t muse.
Tickets, $1.00. 418tJ
ftrfuiuie of Hiuie for the Mot
PPI ( burrh.
'i'ho Easter Sunday services at the
episcopal church will be of the usually
Interesting character, and the muslo es
I P""r une. Ureal pains have been
I taken '" the discretion and preparation
I oi uio cntircn lor tlilx sorv r.
Through the kindness of a member of
I the church we have been (urnini.Pii tim
I following nrofframmu fur tint iiuiphinir
and evening services:
Kant Anthem, "Uirliit the Lord Is Itiiwn To-
llav." I i I
Hutu lor Siiiimdo. Uuel for Muu'niio' 'limt Alio.
KanUT AuUlim, "Chni Our i'uwovcr," Daoki,
ouiu i"t iwiuiu, icnor, Alto ami buprano,
M.lom ftri" Kuotrtell.
Te lcum(llranil I'etivat) Uaumbacli.
aulua lor noprann, Aliu, lnwir ami liasao.
Duet lor tjupran auU Altu.
soioMor inor ami Alto.
Hymn. .."The Ib .ing I.ikI Komalica tlicTomfa."
"Kyrla KleiHoii" Jftora Kuriucrn' Man.
'Gloria Tibl" m Ureatorix.
Ilyuin "CliriBt, the Lord, lu Itimn Airain."
'Olory be to Ood un High," from Mozart's
H . ,1
Pi8nlalion of the Alms, "To the EverlaMlnjc
Kiultr Anthem liittcr.
M loa lor UkAo, txipruno and louor. luul
iwr .louriiiio anu Alto.
"Gloria I'atrl" Dank.
't.liiri i l ain ' Ki,,u.n,ii
'tiloria In Kxcelwi," from Moiart' Iwclllli
"Ilonum Est," Uil'ard.
solos lor lenur anil sourano.
"lieneilic Animi Mca," Dank.
nucu lur uitano tnl Alto, Alt and
ienr. bolo lor ltao.
JIymn,.M"Joy Fill the Dwellinjj of the Just."
onurtory.-lhou Und Art My Ho)e"...Millunl.
Uoloalor.-oi.iuuj, Altoa.a 'lenor.
Hymn," ihusiio.l DtUurc Ui Soveteljn Will
The following are the letters remaining
uncalled for Id the postolllco in ChI.
111., Saturday, April 20, ls7S :
Margaret Blattan. Eliznr nia,-v tt,
Corcoran, Minnie Christ, SlaretiaDurby,
Maine Dye, Louisa Freeman, Annie
Galllgher, Mary llogan, Lucy Harden,
Elianarat Howard, liariot Jovey, Mat
Uc Jackson, AM Koch, Mary Kinney,
unions Jvees. Airs .lames Muimnv
Amanda Parker, Alanrarot Thortall.
Eliza Thompson, Allls Warn, Uoorgetta
W llliams, Mary Young.
W SI Applvat, William Allen. Bine
Bugg, Charley Blaud, Hardy Bradford,
S E Bunrell, Basil It Clave, George
Chandler, James Coleman, Ozio L Deta
ining, Williams Dalton, N 1' Drake,
U tight Earle, Patrick J. Fitzserald. T
B Falkner, Pock Fry, II Gardner, ;A M
llutchius, Darby Hill, Eraster Haramon,
Ira T Hobbs, John F llisey, Michael
Harrington.John Jeflerso n,.Io cpbJolefl,
. " '
JonnHiimii .innnif tinn if kiirjdaf Ipv
ant Lipscomb, B S Laflertv. DsaoIs
Logorgia, Edward Ic, .1 Leigbt,D II
Jloore. Henry Meyers, William New
gent, Thomas Orall, EJ I'arker, John
Payne, L A I'otts, W A Price. Wm
(juinn, Iterthald lloese, Frank Kobcrt-
son, P II Redman, .Tosephus Smith,llei
ry Teiehman.L D Teelous, W W Wy
mand, M A Wymore, ('has L Washburn,
George Wooten, Darrion Walker.
Persons calling fcrany of tlie abovo
lutters will please say '"advertised."
G. W. McKkaig.P. M.
Just received by Talier Bros, a line as
8ortment of bcaiitilitl heavilv uluied
ware, suitable for wedding present.
AlrtO. ttlt ritlllfllidoil thp liinmifiijrnri ft
some line jewelry of beautiful design.
ah oi winch are now open lor inspec
A round gold locket containing the
picture of a child and marked on ouN
side, -From Wm. Briitow." Tho Under
will be suitably rewarded by leaving at
this olliee. 4-2U,4t.
This Saturday Morning, 9 o'clock, at
111 Commercial Avenue.
20 bbls. A. No. 1 Krouf,
5 pkgs. Pig Feet,
2 eases Coye Oysters,
S ilo without reserve.
Tom Wixtkr, auctioneer.
An Hl.rri1Kiiir. Viirr.li!nn. nironf
who has boon steadily selling the Iin-
Proved $20 JfomRStCHil Nmvincr Mai.1iliia
lor three ywtrs, owns bis dwelling house
has a good account in bank, is clear ot
ditbt, and bus mouey at interest, the na
tural fniftWIIIn.w ,if uimiirillf iri.xA
- V '"-v" H
ogensy lorsttH'ri(r goods at the lowest
prices. A l'ikkI lirstclH Si.wimr Ma
chine, mosr useful reliable ui ail
tlllHS. CIISV tO limlerstiinil mill .'intrnl
tlie same si.u and dues the saiuu work
as any machines that sells at four times
tho price. There i' no machine at any
price better, or that will do liner or more
work, and certainly none so low in prije
by many tlollnrs, Tho Homestead is
widely known and used In thousands of
families in the tuistcrn and middle states,
and daily becoming popular in the west.
It will save its cost several times over In
one season, dulngtlic work of the family,
or will earn lour or five dollars a day
for any man or woman who sews for a
living. It is tho strongest machine
made, is ready at all times to do work
makes the strongest and finest stiich yet
invented, and is fully acknowledged as
the Standard Family Sewing muchlne.
Price, complete lor domestic use. lies
duced to orly $20, delivered at your door,
no matter how remote you may reside.
Business permanent and honorable, with
more certain and rapid sales, and larger
profits than any other. Extraordinary
liberal offers mado to local or traveling
agents where wo have none established;
or, If then tis no agent near you, send
your order direct to tlie factory. Ad
dress John II. Kendall & Co., 421 Broad
way, Nf w York. ;MJ-12m,
Mrs. Lettle Colemau has reopened her
laundj f on Fourth street, between wash
In jton. and Commercial avenue, and takes
this method of Informing her old frlendi
ami patrons that she leaalo at their ser
vlv s, and solicits their patronage. She has
ret meed prices to suit the tine.
RIVER JSfEWB. -
' V SiONAI. SRRTICX KXPOHT.' '
Aaova i '
r station. towwim. Rlworrall
FT. IN. FT. 1M.
Cir . ... i a X A
Cincinnati.,.. U 4
lavenKrt .. a X 3
HttUbur ...... 4 i H
UrtlUvllla .... T J i
Keokuk.........., 4 20 X
Wt. Loin 14 4 - a
J AUKS M. WATHON,
Hergeant Huntl Service. U. S. A
The weather is clear and hot again.
Tho Fashion has a fair trip for Pitts
The Iron Alountuln and barges passed
to the Ohio.
The Idlewild will bo here for Eyans
vlllo this evening. (
The Alollio Aloore also made additions,
and is well laden.
The Com Dion wealth remained hero
all day additig freight, and cleared for
New Orleans deeply laden last evening.
l he Andy Baum was rather light yes
terday lor Memphis, having discharged
a good trip of freight and people along
The Juo. L. Uhouds was well laden for
St. Louis, and added 100 colored cmU
grants here. They came here on the C.
The Jim Fisk brought her usual com
plement ol;frittbt and people. Times
don't seem to allect her much. Sho will
be on band to-day again as usual.
Dr. Bradley says, "Ha! Ha! Ha!
Better dry thut thing up now, or it may
come to something. Tuppcr may havo
been all right in his opinion In his day,
but he did not live in Cairo, you know."
A lloater supposed to bo Al. ICeid
came up out side the wharf-boat yeetcr-
tlay, badly decomposed. Tho body was
secured at tlie coal yard, and will bo pro
perly buried. Wo bclicyo there is no
doubt about its being that ot Al. lieid.
ST. PATBICKS BENEVOLENT
Kleveiilh Annual llnil, ;
ll'lho St. Patrick Benevolent society
will g.ve their eleventh annual bull at
Scheel's Washington bullion Alouday
evening, April 22d, 1873. The commit
tee of arrangements has taken 'great
pains In making tlie necessary preparui
tions tor this ball, and feel warranted in
asserting that it will eclipse all other ef
forts ot the society in this direction.
Tlie price of tickets is only one dollar,
which is certainly low enough. Tho
committees guarantee a good.time to ull
who attend their ball.
J. M. HoUAN.
Committee of Arrangements.
ANTEIM All E AD.
My Tallerlua Department
Is now complete with Air. Victor Kadi
ol Straasburg, but more recently ot St.
Louis, presiding at the cutting board.
Spring goods, fresh und new, ollcrcd at
reduced prices. A perfect fitting gar
ment guaranteed. Thanking the trade
tor past favors I wish a continuance of
the same. John Antrim.
Never Known to 1'all.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and llorebound has never been known to
fail in pcriiintetitly curing obstinate
cougtiH, oltle, cruujj, whooping eolith, nor
any dlioases of the respiratory organs, aud
ft does it, too, at once. It is not necessary
to take it for a long time beforo you can
discover its benctlclal eUects. Its sale in
this community is immense, and its popu
larity universal. It should not be classed
with compounds nut tip by iuexpertenced
hands. Do not full to give this great aud
potent remedy a trial. It will not and
cannot disappoint you. Try it once. Trial
sUe 10 vents. Kegular sizes W cents and
one dollar. For sale by Barclay Bro's,
cor. of Kighth struut aud Washington ave
nue, Cairo lllsr
Also agent for Prof, Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never falls. Pleasant
to take, and requires no physic, l'rico
CHICAGO ICE CREAM.
I am now prepared to furnish the
above cream at my
LADIES ICE' CUEAM.rAKLOIW,
having had a practical workman ot (bat
city lu my employ for tho past eight
months who worked in tho largest loo
cream factory in that city, 1 havo also
refurnUhed my parlors with fine marble
top tables ana finest chairs; in fact 1 havo
as tine a place ns any in tho larger cities,
I will wait on my patrons myself and
will see that they receive prompt attens
tion. Cull nnd.be convinced.
Puil II. Saw,
Corner Eighth Street and Washington
Avenue. 4 7
Nntnre Ieniuln n Tonlo-
When tho nerves are unstrung, tho
headaches, the appetite is poor or In
variable tho sleep disturbed, and a gen
eral depreciation ot vital power is ex
perienced. Such a state of things cannot
long exist without tho development of
serious disease. The most active and
gculal invlgorant known Is Hoxtetter's
Stomtch Bitters. The absolute purity of
its spirituous basis and botanlo Ingredi
ents gives a permanent claim to public
confidence, and Its surpassing medicinal
value is admitted by medical men ol dis
tinction, by whom it Is widely used In
private practice. Fever and ague both
as a preventive and remedy dyspepsia,
liver complaint, bilious remittent lever,
constipation, choloralo complaints, flatu
lence, and all Intestinal disorders. It Is a
thoroughly reliable remody. It is the
anti-febrile specific par excellence of tho
malarial district ol thU and other coun
tries, where diseases born of miasma
prevail, and as a general household ro
uodyltli also universally esteemed,
To Tax rrr.-f o Hale.
Four hundred and fifty dollar? of
Cairo city past due coupons, from bondb
ol 1891. Address P. O. box No. 36,
Kingston, A1us. St.
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In the Itolser building, where ho is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date bin patro.ns and the publlo who
may favor him w Uh a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in llttlng up a
souplc of nicely furnished rooms, which
bo has provided with all tho latest im
provements and conveniences. Ho em
ployB only tlrst class workmen and thoso
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in stylo and will receivo
Statiok Illinois, 1. .
In the Circuit Court ut Alexander County,
Alay Term, A. 1, isTS.
it uuu i.iiiiiu(juuu anu
Joseph II. Kittonliouse,
partners doing business
under the firm name of
"Wood Itittenhouse &
Samuel E. Thompson,
ma n it f 43,
jono mono! anu Kit
war a 1'. Uilson, m part
ners doing business un
der the tirm name of "S.
K. Ttininnsfin . tin "
Notice iri httrrthv Ifivnu fo eat. I .tmv.
named defendants that a writ of attach
ment his been sued out of the Circuit
court, at the suit of said plaintiffs against
said defendants for said sum of live nun
uren uiineen ami lony-ciht one hun
dredth llftllltrfl- rlirap.tnil In ha blinfid' .f
said Alexauder county to execute, which
nut nun noon ruiurnuu uy aula sacriu exe
cuted. Now, uuless you, the said defend
ants. Ahull nnrMnnuMv hn unit .Tim.ii. hutni.
T r - - j .,w ' . J'(J. ...
ssld court on the tlrst day of the next term
I J t L.I .... . .
mercui, w no uuiium at tue court house lu
the city of Cairo, Illinois, on the third Mon
day ol Mav. A. 11. IK7X invn nra..ll I. ..II
and plead to said action, judgmunt will be
entered against you In lavor of taid plain
titlsnd tue property attached sold to sut
isty the same with costs.
a ittr. k, Clerk.
liltKKN Si GlLBKKT, Att'ys for I'l t'Us.
Kstate of A. II. SaQ'onl, dimtuBmn
'the iinilPTaiEnwl tiavinK been aiioointtsl pxccu.
tr Xul the last will and teutaim-ui ol A. II. frrf
liirJ, lute of the county of Alexander and state ol
Illinois, di-ceased, lierxliy ifivcanoUto that she
W ' 1 uubcar bel'nni Hie County umrl of Alexan
der cuunty, at the court housn, in Cairo, at the
' term, on tue tuirl Alomuy in .May next, at
which tune all lu-rsons haviui! claum airuiiut
aaid estate are uoliliyil anil rwueatc.( to attrnil for
me pnrioso 01 imvini; tna same adju-ieU. All
persons inJrlitwt to said estate are renuetiUMl to
make iniiiieilute uyniHht to the undersigned.
uaicu uns imii uay ni niarcn, a. I.. ISi.
ANNA K. BAKKOKU,
3-1 W t txcontrix.
Nonee to t'outmctom.
oi'kicb Ok City CLKnK )
Calio, lib., April luth.,
Sealed proposals will be received at this
olllce, until ii o'clock p.m. ot Tuesday, Ihe
7th day or May, A. L. for the tilling
and grading of uOO cubic yards of earth
on Tuirteeiitu street, between Walnut
street aud Washington avenue.
The work to be done under tho direc
tion aud approval ot the committee on
ny or all
served by the city.
STiTt or Illinois, ) .
In the Circuit Court of Alaxamh.r
Vieiuiua r. liariiutl anl Vol-
ncy B. llarueit, her hus
Bill In Chancery
Kase. Slary Stewart and William
faid detenilants are hfrtb fentifieil ihn tin.
ahove entitled suit is ponding in stmt court, and
tl.e time and place of Ihe return ol' anminona in
(he case is the next term of said court, to le
hoMen at the court house in the city of Cairo, In
Mtu bounty, on me tniru Ainnuay in May. A.
1. 1S7S. JOHN A.JIKKV K.
URUhAGILIIIBT. t Clerk of laiilCnurt
Cotllil'ts Snlieitii. J
1 . .'- 1 .. 1 j
To Joshua G: Hall, as adniinistratOr de bonis
non of the estate of llosea Clark, deceased; the
unknown heirs of llosea Clark, deceased; the un
known owntrs ot lots ten eleven (it) ami
twelve (I'J), in block seventeen. In the city ul
Catro, county of Alexander and state ol'lllinoit;
lit nry K. Seelyc, Uustec lor the uso of .lames
hddys, the unknown owners ol lots one (1) to
ei-l.t (s). Iioth looluilve, in block eighteen (l.-J,
in the said city of Cairo) the unknown heirs ul
f.inasey K. 1'eeler, dei'ased Hiram Walker,
William Mather, the unknown heirs and devi
sees or HenJaniNi F. KJwarUi, deceased ; GcorKe
Savitxand Aneice KaKsdalu. You, und each ol
you, ire hereby notiUcd that on the 4th duy ol
April, ID'S, the Cairo aud Viniuunes railroad
company filed in the ottlce of the clerk of the
Alexander county circuit court a petition to con
demn, lor tho use of said ruilioiut, amongst
others, lots teu (lu), eleven (11) and twelve (la),
in block seventeenth (17) ; lots one (1) to eight
(S),tiotli inclusive, in block eiifktcen (IN; lot
one (I) In block twenty (, nil m the city ot
Cairo, county of Alexanuer ana Mate of Illinois ;
also lots two 00. sii(i.), eleven (11), live (F),
seven (7), eight (S), twelvo (!!) and fourteen
(it), in the Hotel addition to said city of Cairo, in
which you are interested, which said petition is
addrvssed tollou. UavtdJ. Uuker, JuJtte ot said
circuit court, praying that tho conipraiiation to
be paid to tlie several owners of lamls speeifieil
In said peliliuu may ba assessed according to
You are Ittrtlicr notified that the Hon. lHivid
J. llak-r, jiidi;c as atoreeaid, has, by endorse
ment on said petition, fix.d the u;ih day ut
Uay, 1S7S, as the day tor the hearinK thereol.
Uatcd April fill, lSits.
Clerk Alexander County Cirotlil Court.
SaMI KL 1. WHKtLkll,
Attorney for 1'etlUouer.
In the district court of the United Utatea, for
the southern district of Illinois.
In bankruptcy ho, 17ti.
In the matter of Watson It, Rockwell, bank
nipt. Notice is hereby (riven that a petition lias been
filed in said court by said Wateon II. Rockwell,
now of lloulder, in the county ol lloiihler in tlie
state ot'Colorado, duly declared bankrupt under
the a it of congress of March Aid, lsi.7, and thu
nnicnuiuenu tuervto, lor a itiscnarKe and cort.ll
catc thereof, from all his debts ami other ale us
provable under said act, and Unit the second day
of May, A. D. 17H, at eleven o'clock a. :a.. Is
aisiuned lor the hearinK of the same in said
court, at the United .Mates court room in tint city
ol tipriiiK field, when and where all creditors ol
said bankrupt, aud all otm.r nersoiu in ii,t..r . ...
may attend and show cause, it any Uicy hate,
why the prayer of said petitioner rhould not bo
Kramcu. ncuiUjE. I' llOWKN,
I.1NBUAR AI.!fSlN, ) ('Cf
Attorneya lor fetltionor. J
Notice to i'outrinntora.
Oinui oir City Clerk, J
CAIRO. Ilia . Anril fir. I ii I
Fettled jiroposala will ho received at ibis
otlici) until 5 o'cIoce p.m. ot Tuesday tho
?lh Huv if Maw 1WU ... - U . .tin- . i
vi luiti, ivi uis iiiiiuk anu
irradlni; ol 000 oubio yards of oarii ou
Uommcrcial avenue, between Thirtieth
ana inirty.iourth streets, on tho westerly
side of the C. &'V. It. It. track.
The work Is to be dono under the direc
tion inn approval of tho cotiiuilttco un
'i'ne rljjht to reject any or alt bids is
raHiirvnil. I it Pint r.ia.
. . H . . ' " I
Mottre r rtustl NetilMiu-at.
To W bom it M ay Concern :
The uoderslKued administrator of the
stalo of James 11. Kfdirway, iJewasod,
hereby elves notice that lie will msa"
lltittl report or his aula and doiuirs as siteh
administrator to the Couoty court of Alt x
ander eouHty, at tba May term llit-reol, A.
l. IH',8. to wlt i on Monday, Auy 20th.
1T8. and will then and there ask lor lull
nil final settlement of bis aocoNOts and for
a dlscbarjro Irotu all further liability as ad
ministrator ol said estate.
April 17th, 1878.
Whbiisur, Orrln f. Rralmrd,0f ft. .,...
of Aleianibir, in the state of Illinois. dulI? 7
th of September, A. l. 171, "ecutairS
liver to t). O. IMtlor A Co. a eli.tud morfiaT
which is recorded In the racnrder's ohlce ,,t ill
county of Alexander, atate of Illinois, n j '
"li" of chattel luorbaKM, on fmm Jlo, nlen.7J
conteylng to tlie said C. , l'atier Co. the
following described and chaitnU, to-wlt
Two planers, two leaverina machineg, tniIB.
with belie for nmuipit imiie, one iuii,,n,r
engine awl boiler, li)., to secure the parnient nf
a certain promissory note mentioned in
chattel UiortKSKe, andilel'anlt havinn own mails
In the pay ment of said note, and in tne Dertorm. '
ance of ceruie other of said conditions of mua
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby (riven that the
undersigned of bald mortgage, by virtue of tin
terms and rendition ot said mortgage, will.
On tli 2 1 tit llsyer Arll, A. i.l7s,
at u o'clock in the forenoon of said day. at the
court house, in thn county and shite aibresain,
sell at public auction te the hifrhest anil Inst bid
der lor cash, all of the aforesaid uoods and
Kated this 3H day of March, A. . lH7f.
C. O. lATlKlt A CO.,
mm: - mm
OHAHTEtir.O UIA.H3H 21, 194
CITY NATTOJNAL BANK.
Cairo, - - - Illinois.
TNTERKST iid on deposlta Marr.h Wand
l8upU'.iii-wr 1st. Inu nwt not withdrawn is ad
ded imnie llately to the principal of the uYiKitut
theruby glvln r hm compoud inkris'..
Harried Women and Children may
PepoBit Money and no one
eloe can draw it.
iLOpen every busineasday rromOa.m. to 8 p.m.
W. HYSIOP. Treeeurer.
K. Boss, President. H. Wells, Cashier.
I. N'eff. Vioerree't. T. J. Kortb, Asat. t'sjh'r
(Jjrner Coo merolal Ave. and 8th Street
K. Bros. Cairo. Win Kltijro, Cairo.
1' Neir, Cairo. Win Wolf. Cairo,
A .stisanka, (Jairo. K L, liillinley,
K Ittnler, Cairo. tit. Louis.
11 Wells, Cairo, KM llrlnknian, St Louis
J Y Clcnison, Caledonia.
A trnrl Kanklntr Hasluvtui none
If-ExchanKC soM ami bnilKht. Interest niiil
on the riavinfrs lepiirtment. Collivtioud iilc,
and all business uroniuUv attended to.
City National Bank
W P if ALLIDAV, J'rfsiilent.
HEN It Y 1, 11 A LI DAY, Vice Trosl,
A BHAKVOKL), Cashier.
w a H Kit ii y sun; Akn'I cashier.
9 Htaats Taylor, It II Cunningham,
II I. Italllday, V I' lialliday,
O 1 WillisuiHon, Stephen Hint,
A H Hullord. .
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and S -'d,
KI'OSITS reoeived and a K ral tunkiiiR
WEliIiQ jss iceiitii
(of Montreal, Canada,)
Capital $0,000,000 00, in Gold.
(ot Toronto, Canada,)
Assets '. $1,102,550 70.
FiUKit MAK1XK (of Millcvillo, N. J.,)
(ol Now York City,)
ABSOts $515,334 86.
(of rtiiliidciphla. KstabliNbod In ist)4.)
Assets $333,102 00.
(of DaiUiu, O..)
Aesots $410,42 1 00.
(of l'rcoport, 111.)
Asset3 $455,877 33.
KISK3 WKITTKN AT r'Allt KATES.
BTOki'ICK In Alexander County Hank,
rr : r- r -t
WIIOLKSALK AMD KKTAIL.
QooAn Sold Vry Close, .
Oornnr 10th atrit and (lommarcl A
...-). - .
O. O. PATIEB fe CO.
tv A Uot.lt rl. '.. M 1 1 1 7i,.i.
V J lln ihs known tl'l .Wt.j Wnk k ffm
VQjiit' Ailri-s.ja.Cyit.rtU ' '