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Il Ina oppoHlii- tli i:. S. I'uli'iit IlcnitrtiiM-iif.
mid euriigcil in Patent business cxi-l ul vi-l v. we inn
limki! rloser lin liin. ii ii it ecui'p. l'uii'titi limni
promptly, mid with broader claim,., than lliose who
arc remote from Washington.
I V VX'VtM'K "'"I " "'"'I or sketch o(
JiH 1 "-( voitr device; we make (
iimliintl'ius and advise ns to mt. ntnbllll.t , live ol
barge. All corrcspoiiileui c slrlclly loiitldentlal.
Price low, mid no charge 11nlo.11 Patent is secured.
We n-li r In V in-hltij-toii, to Hon. I'osttnii.ter
Ociicrul I). V Key, lii v. K. II I'nwer. Tin l-crnnm-Ainiihaii
Natioinil lli.uk. In ntUi-lnl In the I'. K
I'nti'iit Olliec, mill to Senators mill lieprciitatUe
In Congress; and cpcclally to oitr clients in cwry
Sl.itc in tin' 1 nlun mill tu Canada. Address
C. A SN'OW&CO.
Opine:!.! Patent OthVc. Wimhiugluii. I). C.
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Solicitors of I'litent. Bo 111.,
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ri.g the , tiring mid .iimni-V. ,r full p:irii ill.ir.
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it lit c.. in t, i, Jftforiiiatlon tli:.t rau-'inunv
lnn..-rit fr.-.- I.v mall. i,,n i it. i;iV s muni.Tit.
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f ri- no tlotif't a!...!'! ii... "t.-i.t in.
riority of tliii. nrii. !. ...-r i .1:11111. hi .or.n .,u
t-rc and ol'ii-n M-tn.il r.-m.-l:.- mh 1 1 til
tii.'tit.. !.! rt. ..I .i.iiinii. r..i:. ,k ii i' imij
in TouroKii In. wiii ai.o'-i i'.. It t ..i.,l, rful.
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Kin;K 1 10M.KS
HOW TO r.y.T Til KM In tl,.'l..-t , ,tt .,ltl Ma:.'.
ti.tMHI linn in p fur Kor !r. r rnj.v of
!ariM I'm lloiiii-.t.-jii.' ' aJitr. I. ami c'nm
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ami a:.i. hisoi:."ki ik rm;
THROAT AND LlWiS
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T. A. I.i ( I M S (ilIKAT HCMKIIV
t :ik n in 1 'itijiirirti.m w it !i
CUMI'Or.MiKK KMl'I10. (F
IT UK COD LIVER OIL
and kviiiiliin.liii-a of
LIME and SODA.
j.nn. to a.'li r'lil. riij; at!liant .inline tin ir
tiumi' V. t A Kxpn'-n ad.lr.-i. to lr. T. A.
' jut. IM 1'i-irl t . V w V.Tk
EXT I! ACT MICIIU.
TJ10 flivat Diuretic nimpound
It I-a nr". iiiii k r. tn-dy fur all iIi'i mt" of tin'
Kidui'VH, IlimiiiiT. and I ri ijh rv Ori'iui'. i'ititi
citli.'r In mnji' or t ina!.'. A. InitalHin. Inflamma
tion, or ririTiitioii ot Hir KidiH-j 11 lid llladd.-r.
.ra.-l. Mum in tlir Iliadilcr. I!iiii!ii-li or Urii k
ilm"t i"!iin'iit In I rini'. Tliiik. i i..:tdv or Hopy
t rinc. I'liitirnl t rinatin.'. Ill ilu. -itiiiL'. M iHnti" um'l
linolitiitar lilMTiarL'' ". Mori. id Irritation of Iliad
d.T and I rvthrn. t I11..111. ( atarra of lilnddcr.
iSn jn -inn, K 1 -u t i 1 1 1 or Inrouttm tuf of
I'rliii'. Iliiil.ct.'H. Ilropsy. ip'.itili' Wi'iikiH'M'. Kr
malr ConipliilntK, iin.l all (Titonic .McIihWck of tliu
I'ritiary ami S.'iiial (ir'ai.i1.
Thailand can attift tollsi Hondi'rfiil curative
Iir.ip.Ttii'H iu tin ilii-raTH
Kor N.tvoiih Di'lillity, with nil It clnomy ntt. tid
aiitf. iHziiii'Hf. I.oh of .V.ctnory, Low piritn,
Ac, it In a (.ovi roipi r.'ini'dv.
s.Mti.ANJ)Kr, HI (ill"'lntov up thi't'tiiTvat.-d
nyti'm, Impartlt'L tivw HIV and viuoroui" nition,
t.ti' wbolc i.yti.n lin'onilnj; trvtiyllicucd ami lu
Tii;iiraicd. lit sure Ktnl ask for Siiiolanili'r'ri It iti-li 11.
IiikI-I upon liuviii It, nnd take no olln r.
PKIfK SUM SIX IIOTTLKS
Kor hv nil tlm WlioU'anli1 Drnggl!!! In CtiUnno,
and Mi'diciiir lli alcra ci'ncrnlly.
NO CURE NO FEEl ia?!;
f'.'.'pilal, Kitht Wufliltmlon atri-i't. ciilrn'.'o. for
fie euro of all private, chnmio mid Hpoi-inl dlwatn-a.
hKMINAL WIIAKNKfia, NKHVOl DI.llll.tTr lltlll I.OKT
JUNiiooi), permanently rurcd. Dr. O. Is a iirudtinte
of the Keform School, and uses no incrcurv; han the
luriri'tt priictlcn In the ( lilted Stutra. l.AUtKn re
quiring treatment, with home nnd hoard, call or
write. Kverv convenlenoH for patletita. .Send fifty
rent for MA'lUtlAtiK UUDK I ST5 pagea lllni.trat
'd. Miirried IikIIck and trentleim'n aend tlfly cent
lor Hiunplii of rulilier tiooda and circular of import
ant Information hv rxprei-a. I'om-ttltatloti free, and
coiilldi'iitlal, Hullnhle Kvtuulu l'llle $5 a box.
men, 1oh ol vllnlltv, iremntur wenknecH, encrva
tlon of mind and hiidv, dinorder of the brain und
iiervoiiH ayatem. mid mlaerlea reaultiiiR therefrom,
Hpeedlly cured hv HATKH' ISPKl'lKlC. l'repured
liy tin eminent plivclclnntf:) cne, 3 for $5; mid liy
IriiKKliHa. Kor idrculnr with Itill purtlculnrn, ad
tlreaa BATKS, im Statu atroet, Clilcni-o, 111.
Cf ASAl.AItY. Permnnent ank'nmen want
ill I Zl M I1"'1 1" dl Stunle (iooda to deulern. No
tr- " v v .....I, it.... 1.' 1 .i
Te'n i. ...
I'.t tienHi'H 1111I1I. Aildre9i
S. A.CRANT A CO.. 3. 4. 6 8 Homo St.. I'lu-
GOLD I-LATKi) ATirilES. Clienpent In
the world. Sample W'n . 'it Kree to Atretitu, Ad
ilreaa. A, COl'l.TEK CO . Chlcturo, Ilia.
Tint Oriulnnl and only ahfoiute
cur" Send itiittip for lmolt n
Opium KiititiR, to W,
It, Miti'tu. w ortliltiK'ou.
vreeui',1 ounty, lud
1 I 1
THE DAILY liULLETIX.
Oaiei : llulletln .lullilln;?, Wanlilnctoii Aveiiuc
D.illy (di'livcred liy rarrleri.) per week $ 2T,
liy marl i in advance) one year HI no
six mouth ft I HI
Three uiontha t ti
One itiutilti 1UI
Itv mall tin advance) ne year J Oil
SIX lllOlllllH 1 ID)
Tlir iiioiitliti u
Tucliih of ten alul mer (per copy) 1 50
J'uln Jo in ull cuhi'. ir puir,.
V il v r t i m i ii u UhIoh:
Kirfl In.ertlon, per ci'iiar"' $ 1 Hi)
Snmeiii. iu lii-eitliilir. ),. r iimre M
Kor on. werk, per .iiure ,'l on
Kor two week., per niiarc 4 Till
I'or three e. k Mai
Tor one month 7 ii
Cadi additl uiul .iiiare 4 ihi
Kiiiii ral notice . . l ()
t ihiitiarli'4 and r o!uiion paed ny .ocietic.
tell cent pel Hue. ' '
Ileal li and tiurriaei, fre
yirt Innertlon. n. r minuri- 1 ftfl
Suhe(uent in.-rtloii Ml
r.l'nt line, of riolHl iiolipari'll coiixuiiue a fnitare.
l.i.... .. . . Ml I... ..I. ........I ..I
I'1F.1-1'.1 al, Tl l.'Ill. Ill w III in: .nut.", a. ...ii.i-
Ini; to Hie apare occupied, at ulime rate theru he
ill'.1 twelve line, of iolid tvpe to the Inch,
'c. ... .'. :. . .-... u,...ri.. t...t..A..
i 'i i ,'uiar oo . r in, m wr iiic i r,,'i.". ni.i..'.--nietit-.
I .itli a. in rut,. of I'hargca and milliner of
(llrpiayiu their lavor.
Local null. e. twenty centH per line nir nr-t uinfr
Ion: ten tent-per Hue for ea. Ii Kiitifeiiueut iu.cr-
TT.ii. pnpi-r mil v lie found on f.l" ut '..-o. f . Kowell
A In. New. paper Aiherlifiii' llnri-ail. t 111 Nprme
ftn-eti wle-re nil v.-rt li contrail may he made
for It in N w ork.
'ii:iimiitiii ition. itiion !ih.rt. of general Intered
to Hi,' ptthlie nr. al all tltti. i a. ceptuhle. Il.-Jci ted
II..IIMI.. TijMn hi noi r' l.irii' M-
1.,'tter- and cmiimuiiiiiitioti'. plio'.iUl lie addrcfed
'Cairo liiill.-tin, C'liro. Illinoi. "
.. ' i ry.- i ii nut 1
Nt w Or). an
C K. IVk
I. IS M. Ke.'hl. r ...
T I . K. k-rt
K. Stanard . ....
Iteile of Siir.'V.'por! .,
Jul;', A . V, dud
( on- Miilor
Mat .' lloaMou
( . K IVik....
. New (irle:in
,. . . . I iii.'lunati
J IS. M. KoeL'.er ...
Ki.m r and lar'C...
Joliu A Wood....
If.-i;.' of Sliri'veport.
Tin1 (''in. Mill"f Ice !i 5,'ouil car'u f.r
'ITic S:e t Ii ii' vi 'vc
fur St. Loni-this
frmn St. Lmiis for
Iii't Ciiifinnati for
Tie City of Helena,
Viiksluir;.'. is ov.-r title
Tl.c Vint Sliinklc
.M : 1 1 ! i : - la-t cveniii'.'.
Tin- I'.itii ('. IJruwn leaves Cinciini.iti
f..r New Orleans this eveninir.
'I'h 15 ihet t Mitchell wa advertiseil to
have New Orleans last evniriL'.
The A. ,1. I'.ikiT. with three liarp's of
hulk -.'rain for New Orleans, is due iY'iin St.
The W t-. UltKT K'.il'ira.hi left Clleitl-
ii'.iti last even:!),' f.'V Ni ' Or!, an-, on her
inai -leu trip.
The Mary H"Us!.m jiusm-.I un M"i:diy
ni'ht with -! tuns fniht an. I a ;'dik1
ia-.ene;er lit .
Ilir.un llii! s at CineiiiiKiii waitinir !"c u
decline in the river, in order t.i u'et at tin
r.'t of th" rail in the F.,1. Huh'.i's sunken
Thl'i;roat steamer, Th"Illioll I)eatl, (ii-
taiu .Janus 1'eiiiu r, will arrive fn mi New
Orleans this t veniiej-. and return south to
morrow. Tic- J. 15. M. Koehhr discharyod 575
halei of stivjar. a lot of molasses and rice,
and a small amount of sundries and coti
linued on her course to St. Louis.
The V. V. Ilalliday was i.ut into the
water as nod as new, and is now at Jetl'er
siinille reiittinj.'. to come south as soon as
The Joint A. Wood passed tip at noon.
Mic has twenty lioats ami barcs.omptsos,
tad will add .six more ;it IVlueah, which
she will takethroii'di to rittshury;.
The Ih'lle of Shreveport arrived from St.
Louis aliout nine o'clm k vesterdav mom
iny. with a fair caro. She remaint'd in
port all day adding freight, tind departed
for Ni-w Orleans last evening. 1 ler oflicers
report business very dull hetween this port
and St Louis.
Captain Ileese Dugan, who cnnie near
lusiny liss life a few days ago liy falling
into the hold of the F.ckert, lias about re
covered, lie was unconscious . for twelve
hours after the accident occurred. Captain
Joint Duijan is in Louisville taking care of
The following is a list of new, changed
iml discontinued lights between this port
and St. Louis:
liVlow wreck of Uoston, moved down to
levee, !100 yards,
Kuskitskia island, to field above, one-half
Fairy island, to point of Willow bar,
Magnolia hollow, moved down 200 yards.
Low Twin hollow, moved up 400 yards.
Field above llig eddy, wreck of Atlantic,
Nowlund landing (below Harrisouville).
Head of Held iiIkivc llyu's, below Mudd's
A Caiid.-To nil who are SUflering from
the errors and indiscretions nr youth ner
vous weakness, early decay, m ()f' luim.
hood, &e I will send a recipe that will cure
yon, kukf. w ( HAitoK. Tliis frroilt rt,im.dv
was discovered lV ft missionary Si)Ufj,
America. Send ft Imlf-nddriws.al .-nvelopn to
the Uev.JosKPlt T. Ikma.V, Station 1), ilhl,.
Ik-its-p, New York City.
CAIRO JUJLLKT1JV; WEPKXSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2,
A oommeucial iwxanza.
Ol 11 TIIADK WITH fOCTIl AMKItKA,
WHO Wild, I'lKlr lT BV IT.
The readein of Thk Hn.i.KTix hnvn rn
dureil the infliction of many columns of
llia.il trade discussion, but the following
article from the New Orleans Times, litis
the virtue of originality, and to some ex
tent local application. These features will,
we dare say, warrant its in c.tion in Thk
Hn.i.KTix. It reads its follow!,:
The Suez Canal was a notable event in
the commercial history of the world. It
ultered values, and completely revolution
ized coinini rcial methods in ull parts of
the world; and with its completion may be
dated the beginning of a demand, now all
but universal, for trade over direct liues
anil directly between producers and con
sumers. It is in this light the country must
view the establishment of u direct i-teani
line between this port and llio. It is a
western interest. The communication is
not between New Orleans and llio, but be
tween the Wist and llio, the Mississippi
river being cfpiivalent to a irrcat inlund sea,
and affording ample facilities for inter
changitiir commodities on through bills of
lulimr and without intermediate transfer
charges. St. Louis, Cairo, Louisville and
Cincinnati, so far as there may Ikj any
c m.iiicrce with South America, will be im
p irting towns and approximately on an
e pud footing with the most favored jiorts
of the seaboard.
Of course the chief article to be obtained
from lirazil is cotr-e; but in that article
the West has immense interest. It is re!a'
tively the l ir-st consuming section of the
I'nited States, and is to that extent more
interested than other parts of the country.
The total importation of llio atid Santos
coffee in 1S7S was l,s:;.:i7:i bags.or 2.JS,-4fis,-l!)()
X)iinds. ami reasonably valued at
f. '11,700,000. Fully five-eighths possibly
three-fourths of this. supply is Used in the
.slates west and south of the Allegheny
mountains, und it is therefore a matter cf
yrave impi rtanee to the people of those
states to obi'iin this ''necessary luxtirv" on
the mo.-t economieal terms. Experience
i i this trad- already deun rtstrat s the ci ffee
Lnporte.l by this route can be distributed
favorably to consumers. Shipments to
points north and east of Louisvilleor say
e ist of the Mississippi can always be made
on terms us favorably as from New York.
And to all points along the Mississippi
and west of that river lower rates have ul
wav, and always will, prevail.
But there is anoth'T ami greater b nefit
which the West will reap by the estab
lishment of direct trade with I5raz.il. That
country is wanted as an outlet to the in
creasin!! over production of breudstull's
throughout the Valley States. The wheat
L'rown in the Oliio -Valley, and south of the
Missouri river on the west side ot
the Missis,ii,i iu other words, the
winter wheat of the West produces
the exact quality of flour required in the
commerce with Brazil, and since flour can
he moved by the route more economically
than by any other it can scarcely fail that
regular und reliable communications with
llio inu-t lead to a huge interchange of
our Western product and Brazilian coffee.
This proposition is abundantly established
in the fact that it cost seventy-iive cents
i- t barrel to ship Western flour to New-
lie cost lor deliveries t.t
New Or!ans seldom exceed
thirty-live t-nts per bair d.
But the interchange of commodities on
this side, w ill not be confined to brcad
siuffs. There will also be a profitable de
mand for hou- ho'.d furniture and agricul
With such large and important interest
at stake, it is hoped the house of represen
tatives will complete the enactment id' the
law recently passed by the senate, and that
Western members will be vigilant to secure
A DEFRAYED CITY.
The St. Louis I'ost and Dispatch gives a
deplorable account of the amount of social
and official immorality 'prevalent in that
city. If its repres 'illations are correct, the
"Future tlrcat" must be a sort of "Sodom
and Gomorrah" shaken up and boiled
d'jwn into one. The P. and D. Says:
" We have spoken ot St. Louis as it is a
city without theatres or hotels, or books, or
music, or art, r monuments, or endowments,
or parks, or gardens. It is notoriously, of
all great cities, the dingiest and the worst
kept, il has fewer children in the schools,
fewer votes at the polls, than any other
large city in the Union. Yet there is some
thing worse than mere lack of culture in
the mind, than mere lack id' cleanliness in
the streets, than mere lack id' interest in
the great issues of vital questions; there is
a blacker stain than the reproach of a sin
gle defaulter, a deeper disgrace than the
cowardice of the tax-dodger; it it the curse
on St. Louis to-day.
"The curse is that we i tv ruled liy the
alliance of whisky and : uihling; and the
corruption bred by t. s- noxious in
fluences permeates our wh. , local govern
ment and our local politics. For the rank
and tile of the voters two thousand dram
shops open their seductive portals; for the
leaders the gamblers' ring offers at once the
means of achieving the success and the sub
stantial rewards which wait upon success
achieved. The polHtion of its bribery has
silenced a survile press, has corrupted an
obsequious police, has defiled the very judg
ment seat of judgment i'si If. The congcu
!ul alliance between the gambling bell nnd
the brothel, the convenient service of the
pander and the capper, the coercion of the
spy nnd the blackmailer these have been
the influences which have ruled St. Louis,
mocking at honesty, insulting purity, defy
ing decency our burden, our 811111110, and
Notice is given by the Davenport Demo
crat that the "Iowa Democracy will not in
dorse any greenback movement men or
measures in the coming campaign." That's
the way the. Democrats f Illinois talk,
We propose to lmvo a tree tight, uiul win
or lose, to go in and come out with clean
hands. State Register.
BitAXCit Okfick of Williams' Steam Dye
Work, -of Evnnsville, nt Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
A n.ACK ok AMi-siiMKXT The Thentre
Coiniqtie, open every night. Adniissimi
25c to all parts of the house.
LET MINISTEIIS STAND ON THF.Ill
It is reported that a lady one day acci
dentally discovered the I!ev. Mr. Hepworth
m his study in the undress of a circus per
former standing on his head or trying to,
He was devoting a portion of his tunc to
muscular Christianity. Then he showed
the lady hU Indian dubs und purallel bars
und urged their use in sustaining
and strengthening his earthly tabernacle.
The story runs that the lady was net
convinced und made the minister much dis
comfort by her talk of the circumstance.
She wa of the more conservative class and
thought that for a minister the study of
theology an, making of pastorial visits was
more consistent than skill in maintaining
u bodily position the reverse of upright or
rather an upright position reversed.
The lady was wrong. Ministers, need
phyisical exercise, and should be allowed
to stand on their heads without hindrance
if they deem that to be the proper form of
taking it. Wo need robust, healthy min
isters. Such will give us robust, healthy
preaching. Even now a class of our spir
itual adviser., nit too much in their .study
chairs. Some 0f our clergymen have no
opinions, imagination, sentiment, or even
spirituality of their own. They are mere
echoes und often empty churches. Tim
is because they do not stand intellectually
on their In ads. They have so little head
to stand on. They stand on somebody
else's head, and often a broader and better
tilled head than their own. Some of our
clergy take little exercise, grow thin and
nervous, and generally near sighted, and
often in the privacy of their homes become
tea and coffee sots. Intemperance, among
other forms, involves ! racing up on strong
tea or coffee live or six tunes u day. It is
a mild form of tippling, but its effects are
none the less injurious, where the minis
ter, as usual in such cases, is not a hearty
eater. A little stimulent is well enough,
but unsafe unless the consumer backs it
up with plenty ot food. Such ministers
would do better to stand on their heads
and thereby create an appetite. If our
t;a( hers are Weak and dyspeptic what can
be expected of the pupils? Distorted
views of life are liorn of weak stomachs.
So are prejudice, envy and bitterness. Even
ministers are afflicted with these complaints.
Eaf, then; exercise and continue to stand
on your heads. It gives one, also, quite a
different view of things. Try it. Life
should be looked at from all sides, and if
possible viewed upside down. The moral
here involved applies with equal force to
female preachers. Let them all stand on
their twn heads as much as they please.
Only let him that standeth take heed lest
he fall. Graphic.
TltK TP.CE WAV TO IX VlOOitATF.. TllC
true w ay to invigorate 'a feeble system is to
infuse activity into the operations of the
stomach, that wondrous alembic iu which
the tood is transmuted into the constit
uents of blood, the chief clement of our
vitality. Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters, be
cause it accomplishes this end, is greatly
to be preferred to many so called tonics,
useful indeed as appetizers, but inoperative
as aids to digestion and assimilation. This
sterling cordial, while it invigorates the
stomach, healthfully stimulates the liver,
bowels, and kidneys, ensuring the escapi
through the regular channels of effete and
useless matter thrown off by the system,
which is thus purified as well as invigor
ated by it. Its tonic influence is soon
made manifest by an increase of vital
energy :ind a more active and regular dis
charge of every physical function, and it
has the further effect of rendering the
system unassailable by malarial epidemics.
MIE (i 11C AT BLOOD TONIC
For the cure nf nil diseai.es m-Mni: from Impure
blood, aud for luvit.'ortitlii2 and strcnittlictiitn the
vital organs. Are you weak, nervous, debilitated,
t.ale ami emaciated!' Have you lost your appetite?
Ilave you nausea, pain in tin" hack. Vcr If m. Dr.
l.inilscy'ii Wood Searcher w ill drive out the disease
milbrini back tin' Itloom of Health. Pimples,
Moils. Kryalpela. Tetter. Salt Ithemn. &r are hut
surface liidiratioii of Wood Disease: und Or. Lind
e K Hlooil Searcher, by purify the system soft
en's the skin and beautifies the complexion. Sold
by all drUL';its. Jl im perbottle. It. K . Sellers,
1'roprictor. rillsburj. I'u. llarclay Pros., Amenta
Omt l.nnO.ilOl bottles sold. It U the mot pleasant
nnd popular remedy for Coinrbs. Colds, Croup,
Ilonrsne.s nnd all throat and luug di-ease. lias
been In use for ball a century. Ho.tors recommend
and prescribe It . .1. K. Yotiman. l.otii 1'. O., HI .
say.; "It saved my two children frmn the 1,'nive."
A I.. Sinitiiotis. of Ilaltlmore. .Mil., also aaya: "It
will cine the worst couh Immediately." Ask your
dru.'.'lst or L'cneral storekeeper for it and take no
oilier. Prices. .Vic. 3d., aud $1.00 per bottle. Send
tur circular. 11. K. Sellers ,V Co., Proprietors,
ITtlsbe.r.', l'a. I'.arcluv Hros.. Al'.-ms, Cairo.
For over n years SE I.I. BITS I.IVKK I'lt.t.S have
been the standard remedy lor Liver Complain!,
I osliveticss. Sick Headache. I'alll lu Shoulders or
Hack. liz;anesri, Coaled T'olieue. Fever and Al'Uii.
ami all dls.-nses arialm; from a deranged stale of the
I. her or Stomach. Thomas Adams, of l'l Sandy.
1v Kavs: Seller' Pillx have saved hundreds of
(lollarn'ln doctors' bills iu Ihls country." It. K.
Sellers i. Co., I'roprletorH, l'iltslniri, l'u. llarclay
Hros., A .-enls. Cairo.
WIIOI.FMI.K WINKS AX I) LlolOKS
F. 3b Stoekfletli.
Stockflktii tfe "BrOSSj
Sticceasors to t M. StocUfk'th,
Importers and "Wlioletilo dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
llhlne. Kully Inland, Catawba, California and Im
ported Port, Hherry, Medam Wines and Cham
NO. 03 OHIO LEVEE, CAI110, ILL.
K, SMYTH cfc CO.,
Wholesale and itctall Dealers In
Foreign nnd Domestic Liquors
Winos of nil Kinds, ,
NO. GO OHIO LEVEE.
MRSHIts SMYTH A CO. have cmmtantly Urn
Mork of the liet Miod In tho market and plv
fpeclul atieiitlou to lie wholesale brauili of the
D.MI.NlSTHATOli S NOTK'K,
Estate op w, . wiu ox, dki easkh.
The iinderslu'iied. Inning been appointed Admin-l-lr.ilors
of lie. i stilt,' i, W, II. Wilcox, bile of
the ('utility of Alexander nnd stale of Illinois. (,..
eased, hereby (vu notice that they will appear be
lore the county court of Alexander comity: at the
rourt house lu Cairo, at the Slav term, oti the
third Monday iu .May next, at 'which time all
persons haviie.' claims in.nlnst raid estate are noil
tb d and reipiesieii to attend for the purpose of hav
iie.' the name adjust'. i All persons Indebted to said
estate are ieiUestedto.jn ,Ke iinii.cdiale pavuieut to
the lltldersli'lieil. ,
Dated this I'.ith day of February, A. I). 1'(.
FI.oliKWK. A WILCnx! Administratrix,
AI.Fl:i:i) WII.COX, Administrator.
KSTVTK or Mil HAKI. Ulll l.AX, Ilia KASKII.
Th" uuilersli-ncil, liavlni! been unpointed F.xccti
!rix of th" la-t will and tctamcnt of Michael Don
'iiu late ol the county of Alexander, andstute of I 111
nois. deceased, hereby e;ivc notice thai she w ill ap
pear before I he cinmtv court of Ale'.ander couutv, at
Hie court house In ( airo. at the March term, on the
Second .Monday In March next, al which time all
persons hiiviiiu claims against said estate are no
titled and requested to attend lor the purpose of
limine, the same ailiiiste.l Ml i,e.v.oni i,l..l,i.
ed to said estate are reiiucsted to make immediate
payment to the lliidersiiriieil.
Dated this j-.'nd dav o! .lanuarv. A. I). IST'.l,
KM. EX DOl'OAS, Executrix.
OTK'E OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
KsTATK or WII.I.IAW H. MCMILLAN, IlKI KASKII.
State of IUitiol. Alexander county, ss.
To the heirs and creditors of nld estate:
You are hereby notllled that on Monday, the 10th
dav of March, 1SVH. the administrator of Mid estate,
will present to the county court of Alexander
county, at Cairo. Illinois, final report of
his ads aim dolnc as such administrator,
and n-k the court to be lischtiricd from any
and all further duties and restionsibilitii s connect
ed with saldestate, nnd his administration thereof,
a: whic h time and place, yon mav he present ami
resist such application if voti choose so to do.
JOHN 1'AliHOTT. Administrator.
J ACOIi WALTER,
Dealer in fresh Meat.
Hetween Washington and Com
merdtil Av., adjoining Ilaiuiys.
L'EEPS for Hale the bent Beef. Pork. Mutton. Veal,
Lamb. Sausase. Ac, aud is prepared to aerve
families in an acceptable manner.
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
.Flooring. Siclins. Lath, Etc
At the very lowest rates.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We are prepared to
OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the shortest notice,
SPECIALTY made nf STEAMTifiAT Ll'MBEft.
iV W also manufacture Fill' rr IIOX.MATEIJIALS
Cracker, Candy Packing Hoxes Staves, Headltn.
LEXANDEH COUNTY HANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. 11KOSS. President.
I'. NEFF. Vire-I'residetit.
II. WELLS. Cashier.
T.J. Lhu'ii. Assistant C'a-hier,
F. Bross. Ciiro:
Peter NetV. Cairo;
C, M . Osteiloh.
E. litider, Cairo;
William Klnire. Cairo;
William Wolf. Cairo;
U. L llillliisj.ley.St. Louis;
J. Y. Clemsou, Caledonia.
i CEN EltAL HANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ex
chauite sol.l and bouil!t. Interest nuidln the
SaviiiL's llepartnient. ( ollections niaile and ull
busiuesn proniplly attended to.
.NTER1IHSE SAVIN US HANK,
Chartered March 31, 1!!(I'J.
OVVlCh IX CITY NATIONAL HANK,
INTEREST paid on deports March 1st and Sep.
tember 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added Im
mediately to the principal of the Uepoalts, thereby
lueui cuiupoiinu liucrcst.
VP" Children and married woiwn may dejwsU
money and uooue else ran draw It,
WALTER IIYSLOP, Trk.m-kkr.
rjIIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
V. P. nALLIDAY, Pn-aldent.
II. L. IIAI.I.IDAY, VTce Prcsldcut.
WALTKlt UYSLOP, Caahlor.
. STAAT9 TATLOIt, W. V. HALMDAT,
IIKNIIV t, IIA1.LIUAT, n. H. CUNNINGHAM,
0. D WILLIAMSON, rrtl'UCN BIRD,
II. U. CANDKI.
Exchange, t oin and United States Bonds
BOUailT AND BOLD.
Iitponlt received nnd ft Keuenil banking bnrlniwi
coniugtvid. , . .
PROPRIETOR OF SPIIOAT'S PATENT
Wholes.ilo Dealer in Ice.
ICE IJY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Cell' -Load.-, a .Specialty.
o i' i e :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
FLOUR, GIIAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
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Thomas Lcwlg, Socrelury W. O. M. A. 8. CIr,
Dour Sir and Brother:
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