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Till: DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY ' 24. 1SS0.
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Direct from the Manufacturer ut WIioIlhuIu ITico.
MANFRED BELMONT & CO.,
KNE VA , Svi t zorluud.
MONTItEAL, Q 14- St. Lawrence St.
loading grain-do:ders nppenrs to l)fl tliat
the ring of speculators who are operutirg
thn 'cerncr' will be tho heaviest losers in
the end. The Bainn parties are handling
both grain and provision and tho market
Roems to bo going ogaiust them all the
time." Tho cause of Thursday's decline
was believed to bo that holders outside the
ring are Bellini;, "tho feeling being strong
that the clique of Wd'I street operators
who are holding the immense volume of
wheat in New York and at Chicago will he
obliged to let go." Lard was down twelve
to fll'teer cents a hundred, and pork twenty-
five cents a barrel. This is heavy news for
monopolizers and extortionist, and is an
other proof that straightforward business
done on straightforward principles is the
best and safest, as well as the purest.
TlIlllTY YKAI1K' Exi'KKIKNTK OK AX (),)
iS'insic. .Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup i
the perscription of one of the best iVnnile
Physicians and Nurses in the United States,
and has been used for thirty years with
never fiiilin-' safety and success bv millions
of mothers and children, lrom the feeble
infant of one week old to the adult. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
wind colic, regulates tho b.iwels, and "riven
rest, health and comfort to mother and
child. AVe believe it the best and surest
remedy in the world, in all cases of IKs-
entery and Diarrluei in cliildren, whether it
arises from teething or tram any other e ;use
What Fiiank Lubliks III. Newbi'aj'Kk
says: A good piano at a fair jirico is ono
of the wants of thu times. An instrument
that is durable, that is subHtantially made,
and has all those qualities of tono which
make a first-class piano, can bo had from
tho Mkndklnsohn Piano Co,, 21 Kust Fif
teenth street, New York, from 140 tot 100.
For over thirty-seven years their factory
has been producing pianos, and adopting
every new invention w hich lias proved itself
to be valuable. They can bo compared by
an expert with the instruments of the high
est name and fancy price, ami tho result is
surprisingly satisfactory. Tho Piano is
warranted for tivo years, mid no purchaser
has ever made a complaint. From personal
knowledge and critical examination we ca-i
recommend any one to send for a catalogue
to the above mentioned manufacturers.
July SDtli, lb7l).
JsjT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAII.
The Kiennt Stdewiiecl Passenger Kteumcr
Leaves Cairo every Monday and Thiirsd.iv fi
t'npp tiiraidcati. Kt. Louis, and wav InndiiiL's." t-'i
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Local notices two. y cents per one u.r nr,. -. r ., ,. . . - -
lorcacn tunseqavni mser- - - -' ..m.Mini.j
rtll-f.'trn Yo ) Beautiful Colored Pi
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OFKUHAL rATKR OP ALEXANDEU COrXTY.
An efTovt is being made to put a stop to
the practice by lumbermen in the West,
of "dumping'' the sawdust and wastage
troni their mills into navigable streams,
where tliey become water-soaked and choke
up the channels. A bill lias been intro
duced in Congress prohibiting the prac
tice, and providing a heavy penalty for
the violation of its provisions,
T u E Ib'publieiiii (Jovernor in Maine has
the purse, the sword, and tho Supreme
Court at its bu:k, uid thus thrice armed he
can laugh tho Fusionists M scorn. So says
a St il wart organ,nnd cut of a regard for its
own intelligence, this organ very properly
omits to say that the Maine Republican
iJovernor has the law. .Hut then it is lie
publican doctrine th::t the sword is mightier
than the law.
Wk learn from the Boston papers that the
ouly daughter of Mayor Prince, of Boston,
has recently died of what was called dip
theria, his two sons having been confined in
the city hospital for.ahout two weeks, and
the fear of the disease drove the mayor and
Mrs. Prince to their country residence at
Winchester. An investigation by experts
has revealed the fact that the poison of the
fatal disease entered the blood of Miss
Prince through the meat she had eaten.
The meat was infected by sewer gas, which
had entered the refrigerator where it was
kept through a drain pipe. The made land
on which the mayor's Boston residence
stands seems to be permeated by the ema
il itions from the city sewers, which are of
immense size, and therefore have littV
work to do.
NATIONAL CAPITAL TO GO TO KAN
Some words dropped by the president of
me Lnited States ami the general of the
i - . i . ...
hi my uuniig ineir recent visit to Kansas
have led many to think that far-seeing
.statesmen have lately taxed their eyes m
Kansas City, Mo., as a spot more likelv
than any other to fill the required condi
tions, in souk; respects it has marked ad
vantages. Built on an alluvial bed which
ancient forests have piled into high hills,
it is situated at the confluence of the Kun
sas and Missouri nvers,one of the healthiest
.pots west of the Mississippi.
"Ax Oi.n Physician's Advick." t'oughs
colds, asthma and other pulmonary affec
tions should be looked to and pomi'iiy
treated in time and thus r.!l-:-ci'.riN remits
may be avoided, and for this pin pose we
know of no better remedy than "I'r.
Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry."' The iirst dose gives relief, and it is
sure to cure tho worst coid or couirli i.i a
very short time. Try a So ceni bottle and
be convinced, and you will thus '.void a
doctor's hill, and most likely a serious spell
of sickness. Price 25 cents and $1 per bot
tle, or six bottles Die large size is the
most economical. Prepared bv Dr. Swavue
& Son, MO North Sixth street, Philadel
phia. Sold by all prominent druggists.
DIDN'T LIKE II IS ADVICE.
One Sunday before the late election a
Peoria clergyman was rush enough to ad
vise in his s-rmon that "all Christians
should cut loose from party and support
the beer man." Whv this should be con
sidered a very bad thing for i clergyman
to say does not particularly appear. lut it
created a dreadful disturbance in Peoria.
aud a number of Republicans belonging to
the congregation gave notice that thev
wouldn't attend that church again until it
secured a new minister who could be de
pended upon as solid for their side.
The offending del gyman has resigned as a
means of peace, and th"re is now an open
ing in Peoria for one of those Bangor
Ml 1.1.1 NKH.
MRS. M. A.SWAXDEK,
iihit s j i;cu. eiticr seveiKli Mr i t unit com
i-lr"p to ii.forni :l:c (.iii.u.njf Cairo and vKintv
t hut hljc Kun a
Now and Large Stock of'O'ootls
wiiicu v.::i n-u h: AcrcAi.'s7,cotiftii.tf .r
Nats and EonncK
And I"::e ln;pera J !!o-e lor Lad: ftt.d ''(.;;'!:(
Ladies' r urnisliiiiir. Goods!
All the very iate't deciens. l'ric; c a l,-.w as .
hie and enods marked in dIuiii tfcun-n. Will wit
be undu'i'old. t nil sr.d enun.ir.e. Nn trenl'ir t.i
now u'n'icls Lames who (lu i.nt see vh:i! thev
v, am will piea.i urk fori'.
, Estate of Willum MeCormick, l)eres:id
Ice undersluueil, having been appointed Admin
Utriitorol th lute of Wlllhim MeCormick, late
of Ilia coin ty of Alexander and Ntntu or Ilimoia,
deceased, hereby gives hollctt that he will appear
before the County Court of Alexander IVuiite. at
,u,.i.uum nuune, in i.atro, at me March term, on Ine
eeond Monday lu Manli next, at whleh lime all
per.on- havliiK elaiiiis against said estate ar null
led and requested to iitletid for the purpose of hav
ing the sauie adjusted. All persnu indented to
said estate are rennened to make Immediate pay
menttotheuuderdgued, . (IROWiK FIS1IEH
Dated ihU nut day of Jan. ISM), Adinlulstrator.
iHAXCKKY XOTK. E.
K. I.. Rikernnd Julia K. Haker are hereby noli
fieil, that on thi'STlhday of December. A. D. MS,
I 'hiirleHL', llulten. ulinsiii'H nn i..ri.lv..p ..r o,.. ...
tilt.' of the Safety Deposit Life Ile-urance comnanv.
Uled tils Dill of fort-closure in tho circuit court of
Miiiiiiui Mm;-, iinnnis, on tlni chancery side
tlieieol. wherein you. together with I.e. jirown,
.laities w. I-ildy. Lincoln Dubois, snd Frauds a!
Itid.ile. are deh-iidants, and that said suit 's now
pending In said court. That theivupoii a summons
was -.sued out of thii clerk's oftlce of mid court,
In sa.dcatiso, returnable on the second Jlondav of
1-ebinarv. A. D. 10, to a term of said court then
to bo nnlden at the court houn- in Cairo, in said
county ol Alexander and slate of Illinois.
Cairo. December lid. IHHi. .MUX A KKEVH
Sav.i p. WntKLKii, Sol'rforCoinpl t. Clerk.
lly viitai" of two executions Issued ot.t of the
clerk s otlke of the eounly court of Alexander
county, and Stale or Illinois, and t.i uic directed
whereby 1 am comfranded to mi.ltc thu nniMint of
two certain judgements renin tie obtained against
i.1?,',?- " '.vn,'u fvor of Ifurv c. Johns, and
. J.?,',,',' ,louni'- nndont in fnvo'r of JaeobTrub.r
nnd William Aubury out of the lunds, tcnaments
pods and (.hullels of the said Jacob (t. Lvnch. I
havo levied on the following des rihed p'ropcrte,
to-wit: Lot numbered tl.r-e i:!i in Vluc'k
tilimbi-red forty eight Usi in Vk ultv
of liiiro. County of Ak-xundei and Mule
oi iMiiKiis. inerelore, accordins to s.iiil rum
mard. I shsll expose for sale at public auction, nil
the riKht. lltle and Interest of Hie above mimed
Jacob ti. Lynch lu and to the above discribe-l
iropertv. at 11 o'clock a.m , oh Tu- sd iv. the :;r.
day of l'ebraary. Insi.'bi Hie wi di r.v door ol Mi
court house, in Cairo. Illinois.
Duted at Cairo, Illinois, this Cfih dav of Jnn
aary. lsso. Ji.ms HoW.
Sheriff Alexin. 4er Coiiiiti-.
.h.vttM .enowncd walch, s. a, .
t. buy them Iron, (he manufuctu.ers bio. W e are i Iri el'a t 's 'ttXVW VZ,"' .''!' '
wound by turning nurl -d ku.,1 n . Td i f .. Z J"""'!1 '"fvc r"i""1 l-hrs; tie watch iS
hands are set in ,,, iZ way " V 7n A n o pn's ln:.,::,1 ''n1?1' i'1;! "'" l'"1
The advantages of the,,. Iinprovi-nii-iits ale obvious, t l-cas'hi , . l)r"J,,'t1'."' - side of the (use.
uiade aktli-hl and dust tlL-ht. thus nr..1.rvlii1' n, 1'" opeued in wli.dii,u. is
the lt-. v.,ls between the nm ,he """"'y " '' '. -d pr. atly proionging
Wo forward post IVee and duty pui,, at the following prices:
.MU.hL case.illver plMled. open face, jew,!,,!
1-Vrdir.niid K. Hosier. Alible A. Itoi-ier nnd V.
-J. Tr.icv. are hereh-r iioti!!i--l Hint .m in. .am, . ,...f
Deceaiber, A I). IS !'. .Mii h.ie il. l'ii..:..,n who'sii. s
as assignee in hanl.rti ptrv of the estate of the t i r
trul .Savings Dank, tiled his bill of foreclosure, on
the chancery side of the AIcxhihI.t mutnv i-;,. -nit
court, in the stale of ll'iniiis. win rein vou are Ue
leinianiR. and that said cacse is now 'm-mHri.. in
said court. That thereupon u suu:mi.s was ss,:.-,j
out of the clerk's olliie of said iot:tt m-.-iinst voa.
ri tiirn-ible on the second Mond iv in t-Vhruar".
I). to a term of said court then to be hol.l. o lii
tnec.iurt bous-: lu Cairo. In sulci county.
i airo, jifccmner-,'!', I;-. .lolisA. I!r.::i:.
"amlti. i'. vt HEiiLKit, So, r for Coiejii'i. C! . rk
able for workmen, si hool boy, etc
COLD KI.KCTKO I'LATKD case, (will not lose o)o,i
I in 4 hob s, verv suit
er; stal glass, hin.k si cords,
-VfOlT Sll. Kit case, ongl,,, ,,U1 ,1. ,,.v,.r moM'tneit, ,--, , ,utt.,uilk Ht,,i
Jewelled In li hotel)
n.L'.lANTSILW:.; HI NTI.N.. case. ,,,..au,l. LI,-!.!,- r,,M,,d n-oVTHn, s,:,.1;
' Vt'"-'M- ,''iro,'um,',rr I' " !. on. of ti e N-st si:, ,r w u s Wl,;,
(;ni.I) (as,., horizontal incM-im-nl, list and ei.p.nt,
onds, crystal glus-. engnive-j ef plain .o!lshed case..
IS ( A U A T I...LD. half hum, t.g.ase. vrv s'lpe, ior m..
ly en;;iavtd or plain polished
.s l A1..VI (.OLD, huutiligca.e, rh hiy , ,,-;:,;,,). sk, ), !,,
orKnamelHiui. si;i.ks. (oi,ds. Vii.peiisat,.,:. Laiiiec. !.
Is C A It AT CCI.D, Hunting iase, lu-i ttd .i.r.-li.ll iu it..,! He.
nil 'lit i.u .1 I,, is l...l..a :..i.i tii.
' " Ou.lil.er. will) al, Jl(. ;(
decorati d double heeling tr.se
j'weiMl thtoneln.tit. (.
eiiier.i. xl rn ji w. :,,),
' ever ir.oven.i M. c;(i
r. f. vi-rn..
:.. sp! :.
ClitoNoVKLFIl W ATI II. ,:i;bly r.,.i..,d ,l,,n,,er ,,ov,,,,n, jiwii.-d
tl.ro.e.hoKi.wliha.l the la-.est Ir.pr-v ,M,M. idoi.t.-hot.clr.tU-ugii.e-iuri1ed.p;:,it
policed o, . ngiaud. is cars. UM lt..ii.g case. . old , , U,i wl.i;,- , (!itlI
sunk sti i.rds, (te.
( ItLoNu.VKTl It ( Al.KNDAl! WA'Ii II, .:, .
Y I ' M I X I S TV. A TO It ' S X OT I C K
k-tatk ok ncvvis sri.!.:vA. in r.i !!.
The inn'.i-rs ctirj, h.-ivii..- hem aonninreil i,!,.,:. .
strutor of the stale of le-nnis snlnvan. intf ,.i i- "
ryuMyoi Alex:it,dr and Slate of I -'.iiiois.
... .-...- I iiiiiv-i n , ' K : K i i.ur he
Comity Conr, i t' AieMt-jder enntv, at the
.nil House in ':,;m at the March term, or. the
(end Monday in March next, at which time all
liM-ons uaving fliilms auaii-st said is-ate are note
i una reuc.c-te.i to ati' lnl lor lie' nuruon- of hav.
ntr the same aditisted. All n.-rsons ln1. 1,t. .i t
said i state nr.- request. -rt to uiuke immediate iiav
Iiient to tl.s t!iiri..ic,:i d.
PAILK K SL'I.LIVAX. Adtu;u strat jr
Dined lb; liiui dayot .Janaary, A. L. isj.
sold ly retail. rs
llMtXSTi: TOl!'.s XOVK It.
Iil'Cirs Paiuciiii.1) bns been nominated
by President Hayes minister to Spain in
place of James Itussell Lowell, who has
b -en transferred to the Paris Mission. A
very fit selection. Gen. Fairchild has
risen to a distinguished position step by
jstcp, by merit alone, lie came out of the
war w ith the loss of an arm, and an honor
able record n s a soldier. Ilix first civil
office was Secretary of State of 'A'iscon
in. He was then elected governor, to
which office he was twice rc-e'ected. II.i
is a man of line abilities, and is a hard stu
dent, lb; was appointed Consul to Liver
pool by President Hayes, and afterwards
transferred to the more important position
of Conbul at Paris. While in the latter po
sition he was granted leave of absence w'.tli
instructions to inspect the Mediterranean
Consulates. Gen. Fairchild is now very
justly regarded by the State Department as
one of the most accomplished and effu ii.-ut
American representatives abroad.
SPECULATION IN FOOD,
lluyiny; up food and holding it oat of
market for the purpose of raisin-; prices,
even at times in the fitcii of want and fun
ine, has always aroused public disapprobn
tion. It will not, therefor,', cu'i.te any feel
ing of public regret oo know that ihe
"ring" that lias tilled and overfilled every
elevator in Chicago with wheat appears to
lc likely to experience a ruuious "hrealc."
New York commercial writers stale that a
break in wheat occurred in tho mnrkct
there on Thurnduy last, when that article
Sett three and liulf cents a bushel below the
price of the day preceding. Wheat lias
I fallen from fifteen to seventeen cents since
I 'he opening of the year, and, says the
L-ew York Bulletin, "tho opinion of
Ni;w Youk City, June Hi, 1ST!).
KnTIKF.LY ItLCOVEItKI). H. II. Wurietl
it Co. (.iKNTi.KMi-tx I hereby certify that
my wife has been using Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver cure for Blight's Diseae
and she is now entirely recriged. When
all physician's remedies fuiovershe wa. irj.
duccd to try your remedy , ain't received
beneficial rcsuhs from the first bottle. Af
ter taking four bottles she was entirely
cured. Truly yours
liO LIEUT I). FlT&tKJUI.l).
Axswi-.it Tills. Did you ever know any
person to be ill, without inaction of the
Stomach, Liver or kidneys, or did you ever
know who was well when either was ol...
strutted or inactive; and did you ever
know or hear of any case of the kind that
Hop Bitters would not cure. Ask your
neiehbor this same question. Times.
MAINE, NOW, IIIX'AI.LS HII.IDK ISLAND.
Xew York World, ISth.
The Maine situation, in its present mili
tary aspect, recalls the history of Rhode Is
hind during the spring and summer of 151-13.
There was then n "charter state govern
ment,'' at the head of which was tiovei
nor" Thomas W. Dorr. The King adminis
irnibin held at its control the in-am.ed
militia, and was in possession of Ihe Sttc
house at Providence. On the thud of May
"Governor Dorr's" legislature and adminis
trativo officers attempted to seize the troy
ernnuml, but were repelled by the author!
lies of tlie old administration.
Two weeks later the parti
sans of "Governor" Dorr to a large number
procured arms and attempted to seize the
iTovi ienee arsenal, when Governor King's
major general -the "Chamberlain'' of I hut
cm---repelled them. A month later the
partisans of Dorr were again embattled at
Chapaelict, Ion miles from the capita), and
began biddiii'.' for volunteers and recruits.
Governor King nnd his troops at once
inarched to niT-st them, when the Dor-rites
dispors"d, and what wan intended as n camp
turned out to ! onlv a mass meetin"
"Governor" Dorr fled to Canada, where he
remained nearly two years, but finally re
turned to his "constituents." After this
he was convicted of high treason, suffered
imprisonment, nnd thon obtained amnesty
dying several years after his release. ,
KlIKL'MATILM KK1IIT YKAKN. I WBS CUTftd
by the use of a single bottle of St. Jacob's
Oil, after having used all known remedies,
without even obtalng relief. R. Schacfcr,
Allegheny City, Pa.
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MTlpliou $1. posliaid.
1-ritllK besltes IltllV'S ,lIlt;.'ll7.ine.-Tlie oily
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- ...it. i, . n7.tiivjiiiiiiit; .Tiuu.nie. lu iTIieriCH, Hi
reports of iho ever-varyine stvles of Costumes
Hats, llonuets, etc., are published simultaneously
wiih those in the French journals, so that the sub
senbers receive the earliest Information. The
l'.a.u and colored Fashion i'lates, Imported month
ly from Pails, are accompanied with accurate i.e.
script-ions, and the Illustrations are. In the hch-st
style of art. The literary department is of a ariud
and entertaining character. Published monthly
annual subscription, ft r0, postpaid.
Frank Leslie's Hudiret. a Maga.ine of Hum"r.
mis and Hparkling Stories, Title of Heroism ,.
ventures and Sailro. A most, entertaiuint.' puhlii u.
lion of Wi quarln paees. filled with Interesting
stones. Talcs, Stirinu Adventures, Startling Inrf!
dents, Anecdotes, etc. It is iirofuselv and hnml-
iiiiely liliislrated, Published monthly. Sine,,
copy. I.") cents; annual subscription, JJI W. postpaid'
I'fiinli Leslie's Hoys' mid olrls' Wceklv.-The
oldest and best Juvenile paper published. 'A eon.
sl:i;.t succession of Seriul and Short, Stories, full of
Em, Animation and lirli:ht!ioss, aud free lrom s(..,.
s-itioMCism Portruks and sU.-tches of dlstlii-iMCsh-il
pupl s In the iniblie schoo's, aviv ntun v
forel-ii travd. anenlotei.. ,Wr.U:, cc. Knch nam:
her Is inotiieely Illustrated. Published even .Mo...
,v' "'1', .sl"uU' cents i annual stile
, " I'osinc iiiriuueu.
tTTt t.r TnoXAs L. wi.KKn, IiKt KA-till
S'.aier.f Illinois. A!exar:iier , nuntv. -s
To ail parties coricertied :
You ire hereby no:-:ie. thst on Mondav lie
yah day i f Feiiruary.lvsj. the ailmiuistniior oV-aid
e-tate.wii; present to :l,e county court of Alexander
county, at tv.ro. Illinois. hi:i fln.,i report of
nis acts una (oin..., aH Mlch aiimin'stniior,
and r.-k lb,, curt to he riisrhri:ed lrom any
(iiida!) further duties a'ld responsibilities connrrf.
il with si::J..s!;,t... and his administration tln ieof
ui noi.-ii i::ne sua pince. you mr.v be present and
re-j.; stub s.p;.:ii.:tion if v.vi choos,. so to do
s A Ml' EL K. WALKEU.
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fo'irihcf seconds, show ;Lg on dial, day ,,i ,!. m.i.th. me,,i, of y,, M:d (.,v o
ih" we, L. with best chr-,..or.ie-r b.oo n.. r.t. v..ref.,:!y . x.miitej. iu -pln.dHldecor.,;
. "H''u P--i.ed extra nrci.gtiti.ti i.f. Th.i. watch is ger;,allv
', at from (XD to XX).
All the ab .ve Watches iu sum!!, r s,z, s Tor Ladies at the same prices.
T - i - . ....
..io.iogranis, .M-ms or I i t-ts, will l.e cnrav. d on t!. bm ks ol the C,
out niditior.a! cost.
Every wr.ti h asked for will be inimeiiistelv fotWH.ili ,' ,...,'v r. . . . .
in ..ineMciouo ,ase 'Ihe r.-eui.ritv id f n ''r1 "''' I " VH
is warranted iu writing !or three u ai s.'iiiiriio' U'ih i d i ''.,' '.'"'rW ' i i.mai.. I.,,,
.r . ! oi D p t i,'i a.a.v. (j jUf
ord', rs of li tnd n.ore wntrhes
The tine. iwe m.det.tai.d. does , . nr.. ... !. .'. .r.. " ... .. . rrhr.ee, is s. p'
watches at the trice; aud.'u.m tie ms-riiuLe . ,,,...". . "'.'... u.1'' ,ov,,'! I'n"'- '"it Ih.- L-st
elv'd the Impress of public opn.:,.n. ' '' they I aw re.
From thf Semaine Itdiistri' i:. " pM1. yr,r,,. , ,
WdOU AM) COAL.
( W. WIIKKLKIJ,
Dealer in ail Kinds ,,(
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
HIG MUDDY COAL
csn .on.. liously ,.,.! h) .! .. '""!" V.!, ls
locohhult M. iJ-'luiDiit A t o. ' vu uu -1 -u rii ttab u at inod . ate j rirc,
Address: MAXi'HKl) HKI,IONT Co.
H..X Hl MoTlii:..i,, j ct.
ThtW.'mit Camau'c 3!n nui'utt uiiiiir Houc ol' the WorM.
l lu II I
WOOl! AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
1t,i Ilk Leslie's I'll .11 Sl. Ill ll.l,.., A n,A.,ikl..
Periodical, containing literature of the most 'tleas.
ingch'ir.ii.'ter, ti.les. mirratlvcs, adventures, poetry
etc. Every storv is complete In each l umber, ami
the napes abound with beautiful engraving, and ex
ceedlni;.v delluhiful am) entertaining rendlnc. A
tileiuant hour can ilws be passed in Its company
Price Ih centa a copy. At inial mibscrlptlon, il hi'
Fr-Htlk Leslie's ('hutterl.ox is expressly designed
to please the eye with Its wealth i.f pictures, and to
entertain and Instruct youthful readers will. i.
rarelullv prepared llternrv conlents. which will not
hill to fix ti e attention of, and Interest ami n.
slrttc.t, children of tender years. Tim Chatterboi
"iiould he In every household. Published monthly
1'rlee only 10 cents a c py; or. $1.00 s year, post
FItANK LESMK'H riTnUSITlNO ilOVKTC
53, M, and 57 I'ark l'l ice, New York.
CAIRO CITY FEIIRY CO,
THREE igSil STATES.
On andi.rier Monday, Jun !, u.c beat will n.a'.e
the ftilio'v-Dg trijis:
tlti V l;s, LKAV:'. T.BAVKs
Pool F-'i rth st. Missouri Lunri'g. Kentucky I.d'g.
Ill it 'n.
'-' p. m.
A p. m.
!i a. m.
:l p. in.
S:;10 a. m.
lOian a. in.
Mid p. ru.
-J ::io p.m.
(1:30 a. m.
HHjii p. m.
0 a. in,
11 a, in.
a p. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. III.
AGKNTS WANTKH. We wont a reliable Agent
In every town in Indliiuu. Illinois, Iowa and
Katsiis, tosell our Medicines. No Capital rciinlred;
hut wo do require good recoinmendatlons. Aitnnts
camnake tlfty to one hundred dollars per iiioiith,
wiiii a nine worn ai utiine. cor niriner purlkulars,
address Hltt.uKS fc CO.. lj!l Chambers St., Neiv
YorKCiiy. r. u, iios.SMi.
SEAV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IJST T11K CITY
GOODIE SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and I
Commercial Ave., j
o. o. PATIElt & CO.
Top Ikigiris alK( phaoioiisS,
lb st mat'-riul, f,'ood woikinnnship. hnndsoine styles, stron-; and
uutuine vehicles in evi :y nsj-(ct.
Maiiuraclnrcd by EMERSON', I'JSJIER ,V CO., are now in use
in every part of Ihe American Continent.
They yive unl'niling aiitisl'aetion. All their work is w.irr.intcd. They have received
tebtiinonitdsiromall purls ot the country of purport sin.ilnr f. the following, hundreds
of which nre on lile wihjoct to inspection:
Messrs Kmku.on Kisiikii A Co. : ,,,, ,.. ,..,
I hay use, ,, ol your Top llungles Ihree years, and tb.ee of them tw, veir, 'n'ir.v flv. rv 't ahlr,
and they have given me perleet satisfaction aud are In c.iistunt use. 0 St : A 1 i I? M A I. L E Y ,
Messrs. Coeenni & Johnson.: Nkwiikih v k t i. i io-n
Dear Sirs:- I have I.Mei. using the Kn.ersoii A VMwt Hcggv I l.ough f, Vml rouabl I f.m
pose as any ot.r could. I had a fast horse, drove him at fid spted, someVmi" will, 1 H it '.7
A. M. TUAiil'H. Fanner.
The ftivorulile icptiliitiun the C;iiTiiiot.( hnve nuide in locnlides where tiny Imve heen
used fnr neveral yean hy Liverymen, HiysicianH, Kurmerfi nnd others requiring- hind lind
constunt use, has h-d to tin iucreused denmnd from tlmv.. loculit;, to meet which tho
nmnulMctuiiiiiiliicilitieg of their mitminolh catahlishiueiit have hern extended, t-iiuljliny
them now to turn out in good Mylc,
360 Carriages a "Week.
EMER80N, FISHER &C08 CARRIAGES ARE THE BEST.