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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2G, 1883.
City o nicer.
y vor N . H. Thietlewood.
Tri-amirer T J.Kertb.
Clirkl-l)il"l, J Koiey.
i:oiinelor--vVin. H. (iltn-rt
Al.t.ufti 1- II. M. r.
Vi. nicy-- !Mm Uer.dr1''li.
0(1 HI) Of AUIIBM"
'lri Ward Wui.Me'Ula-.T. M . Kltiniroiign.
..ml Wurd-Jcese llmkle, C. V lliiKh.
rt.trd Ward-li. F, It'iak John Wood,
fourth Ward-Charlre O. Patter, Adoipb wo-
'""m'ri Ward -T. W. Holiday, Krnesl rt. Petttt.
i''rr:iit .)uduii 1. lUCer.
Clfuil Clerk A II irvln.
County Jitdze-k. H 1
( ouhiv Cler-S. J. Iliimm.
County Attorney J M. Oenrun.
County Treasurer MiIm vV. Pari r.
sUi-iia loli'j liudme.
Uirouer-K. Kltnifc-rlo hum., i
Cnn.it :itnnUssioiier-T. W Hetlid-.y. J.
Itlhhs sii'l Peter Minp.
et Wrt'J HVrTi C. -Corner renin n Pop'ar
'jtre.rte; pr-acblng (Ireland third :.ii.ss It.
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K it li:tri"t : 4. ... . Sunday Uo.jl : 1 'm--M
itutnjf I'tavjrs; p. m.. renlci Prayer., r
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i , '.n'l.l vii m : Sunday rtiil J p m. bv
M"i LHMi)HT--C..r BUhth and WsJi.nt streets,
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r m w'ur.:t :r.:t,; irvUi Shi.ath 1U ft.
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K. K.TIMKCACD AT CAIUO.
ILLINOIS CRNTKaL K. R.
....... ......I TKA. It'll 'f.
A'-eoia'dsnoaJt :t" m
Afrirod'lou .4:15 p P
I t.'.t r 3:w p.
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qi.b, I. 51 ao.n.n
Hpr.'M. lit:ip.m tKprc i-4 i'
'VAHA'II. ST. I.Ot.N PAl.IPH; I'.'T CO.
Mill A hi .... &:0 Vt I tU A Rt ... !' M-W
Vrrn.u'daCon t ro i p.m I Acconi'dMlon Vi:S1 Ml
Frcitjiit ..T:Ci t ra. Frxlubt 4". p.m.
iiiiiy viccpt t?andr. T Daily.
MOBILE OHIO B. R
Mai! 5:M.. tn. I Mll... ....9:Inp. ro.
A S K K
JLL1N01S CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunnint
0 DAILY TRAhWS
M. KINO DlREOT CONNKOTION
Tkain 1.ti Ciiki:
3:U5 n m. Mail. ,
Arriving In St. l.oul, 9 45 .m .; Clilcago, B;i p.m. ;
CuunwIiiiK ' '"l'n nl KiRnth1 for CfnclD
Bull, I.onlislilf. ludlabapolii tod poind Bat.
1 1 : 1 U ii. in. Ht. lioui mid Vptrii
Arrtvin In 8t. I.onla p. ra., nd CMin!UM(
for all point Wunl.
p.n. Kit Kxprn
arbl Lo-ila and (.'Ulcao, arriving t Hi. Lmilf
0:wip.ui.,ndChlcugu7:30 a ru
;i:00 p in. Citiolnnivtl Kxprt'M.
Arriving U ClucUnatl 7 :t0 m.; Louiitrtll
a m.; It'dlatiipnlli 4 .m. Papi)intcr hj
ttin tralu reach the tbovu point 1U lo 3d
lluL'KS In advuuee of any other routn.
WTh:M p. m. eiproti hai PULLMAN
M.httPtNQOAK Cairo to Cincinnati, wllho'it
rhangiM, and tbrotigh dltxipuri to lit. m! and
Fast Timo En.Pt.
lojjTi(rivu ''.T ,nl UnoRothMiigh to Kt.
1 al.tUi;tlS erb points without ioy dilar
eaiiood by Sundar InH-rvunlnR. The Haturdny after
onon train from Cairo arrive. In new Yo'k Monday
nornliii? at 10:H5, Tblrty-ilx hours lu tdvanceol
n t other routo,
IWFor thrmmh ticket and further tnformatlou,
tpplY t Illinois Central Rwllroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. jONK,Ttritut Agent.
A. H . HANSON, Uen. I'm, Agent. Chicago
QEOUGE U. LKA.CU, M. D.
Phviiqian and Surceou,
Hpifilsl itlniitloti paid til the Komenpithlc treat
nviit ofnri(lcal illaeaeui, and dtieimis o woman
uilU'o: On l(thtrflt, oppoolto the Post Office,
U W. C. JOCFLYN,
OrPICE-Eletitk Street, near Cowoarelkl Avenoe
J)U K W. WHITLOCK,
Urriiw No. 1M Oommvrclkl Avenaa, ketwees
JdbtUknd Ninth tru
rVAe oAer flafn Powder) art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
bas been kept unchanged in all Hi original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effrrtivoress is tfit fact of
it: luting received the high! tettimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time, Ho
other powders show so good results by the
true test the TEST OF THE DVEH.
IT IS ft PURE FRUIT ACIO BAKING POWDER
STEELE & FEICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Lou!, Mo.,
luoftsUrrn "f f.gpvlla Tut !.. Dr. PrlrVl R(.MlJ
ri.wlo UArtrt., tad lit. I'rlM'i '.'iliu fwttmu.
'B' FMII A'I) OYSTER HE POT
nlnjn pe'fe-ta1 my rrt;ri:tn"nt to
'j;ip!j tbo tr .d - w ith
OYSTERS AXI) FISH,
I rHn Now OiT.t Fu'iin: Oysters
Tkn From ttic Sht-'l H.-re Fresh
tn Fmiti tlio Gulf.
Bktoa CooVa i yi per It)
' n ;ih; i ii
' itj'lnn :s
Oymcr, 'a h .Ik
Oy,'t;r rtaudit U I.t cri. M
Red Snspt er. . He. ner ft
Sheep llH, Ac - '
Hhrfm-'e. I.ot- e C.h sn l Tn't'f a'l lr i(iou
Lldr.ttiL HlTJOJcM TO Tils T'tyt DE.
XEW YORK STORK,-
WHOi.KSALi: ANH HETA1I..
ITih Lui'ijit Viiriet v Stock
IX TTIK CITV.
O. O. PAT1KW Ac CO..
.Tor. N'ir.ttevnth rtrret 1 (il'fi HI
Cooimerr.'kl Avfnne I "filJU 111
PHontiKron or sproats patent
Wholessalo Uealcr in Ife,
ley PY TDK CA.!l LOAD OR TON.WKLl
:'';Ki:r for bhippino
Our l.o.ulfl u Specialtv.
Cor, Tw;!i"th Street and Levee,
RT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS HUN A3 FOLLOWH.
oMaKDArrcit (ioT, ooroHeK 21,
Kxpreieni Mall lunves Cairo, evcrv iIhv except
Snnilay, at H:l. a m. A rrl v. at Hunt St,' Louie at
8:20 p. m Arrives at Cairo at 4: )5p. in
Accommodation arrived at 11:4' a. in. aud du
parts ktl:Wp. m.
H. T. GEROULD AND
C. P. N E W I A N I).
AND GAS FITTERS.
DRIVR WKMjS, FORCK AVD
LIFT PUMPS Fl'ltN'lsnEDAXDPCT
UP IN A WOKKMANLIKK
Of all klud.furnlnhed to order, o'd flxtnrea re
bronkod! )o')i)ln promptly kttoudd lo. urdori
rncelved at Daolul Uk tiuaa's or at the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVEM'B UETWBEN
NIMBTII AND TBNTH STRHKTS,
OAIRO .... XTtXjH.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CHAS. CUNNISO
II AM, II HO K It. H,
9:10 A. VI. January V 1M ;
J s uuary. ; b r u ary, .M n r ch. )ay.
Pork.-... t 17 "
Wheat... 1 ill, I Z 1 f 7
Corn..., I ftn, o7
)ai .. . I il7' I 87H t'l'A
Vi -.'i-i P. M
January. Kebriik.y. March. . May.
Pork ... 17 37V4 ilif rjlTTr'-i
Wki-kl.. 1 u;J t'J liBH
Com.... Hi'c 1,'m
Uate iV4 !S7'4 I ?
i 30 P. M.
.Ikn .ary. ) Khrnari-. Mrrh -tar.
Pork.... f J17 4 I $17 fl.W
Wheat.. I 1 (MS I 14
Corn.... S7 ' Wi
Out..... 7M I A 1 :l- 8'lt
thicaK'i, January y,
Wheat 10 9R5 ,0n
C,rn 7 .1) 6i 8
OaH Ifl,7il I,IC5
F HBr)!!r. r1rr elltorof 'ae Orrt.r.eTi'
nd icin:i3 p-oii "t kT'-ut. Orrtere for h!I
kind. of t'nhoat Jon pnn'ln olii ll"d. Ufllcu
At l)o-'e European ilolel, o. "i Otilo levoi.
KlAOEfl OF T1IK K1VKH.
Tlie river marite' Ly tlie gaugo iat
evi-Ditij? Ht thin port, 25 fi.-fit and .'5
inches ami ribiritf.
Cincinnati, JD.23-il p. i:t. Rivtr 80
ftft 8inche bdi! fHlliug.
Pittsburgh, Jan. 25 fl p.m Hiver 6 fuel
0 iuchiis nnJ falling.
Louisville, Jao. 23 '5 p. m. RivfrlS
feet 3 inches aud rising.
Nashville, Jn. 2 U p.m. River SO fct
0 inches n l falling.
St. Louis, Jan, 23-6 p.m. Rivpr 5 fe t
1 inchi1! nnJ falling.
Th? Guiding .Sur leivej Cincinnati
Sturdaj- the 27ih inst. for New Orleins.
She has a large pur'y uvuri'd nt Cincinnati
for the Mrd't Gras Excurision, b it rran
can still be secured by getting ticket of
H F. L'imM n Ps-cncr-r Aijont.
Cupt.Tom Kimbnuh is nnv t home
nrnl says the wiirk on bis b mt is buiirj put
throuyh 4 fftsr as poijsiblc. Her ncv
guards, stHjjin nd ot'icr rij,'gin will be
Capt. Win. Humbletnn r-f Mound City
who bus been confined to his mom fr
several weeks bv severe illnrH, will start t
the II it Springs in a few days for th'i bone-
tit of his health.
The fine Big 0. Line Thos. Sherlock
left Cincinnati Wedne i v evening 5
''clock on her Grind .Mtdi Grus trip. See
W. F. Liubdin Pansenyer Aiieot and se
The Ch'ts. Morgan arrived here Wednof.
dty mid'ii.ifht drawing 8 feet. She
leave9 early this m miri. i'h a big pas
si'nuer trip and all the freight r-he want
The Will S. Hays left Paduc.ah yester
day morning for Cincinnati. Capt. Tiche
nor after viuwiny the ice situation care
fully concluded to try aQd go through.
If the new steamer Ohio of the Memphis
& Ohio river packet tndc got out of Green
river yesterday, she will likely report here
to night for Memphis.
The Andy Baum left Cincinnati for
Memphis Wednesday eveniug at 3 o'clock,
but will hardly reach here before Sunday
The new Mary Houston passed Vickg-
burr Wednesday 11 a. in., on ber way op
she will report hero Siturday night or Sun
Yesterday was a very disagreeable, sloppy
and gloomy day with a slight wind blow
ing from the uorth. BusincS'ion the wharf
The Clyde, Paris C. Brown, Jas. W, Giff,
John S. Hopkins aud several other boats
are harbored in Tennessee river at Pudu
cull. The Guri Fowler is due to-day at 2 p, m.,
leaves on her return for Puducali at 4 :!i0 p.
The David R. Powell leaves hero for
New Orleans Saturday evening 5 o'clock.
The Gus Fowler reports tlio ice very
heavy above Paducah.
The government boat Misfttasippi goes
Mast Londou ladiei crop their hair
short acd wear an almost entire wig. and
consequently catch cold more frequmitly
than their American cousins, but of course
they all use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
INTERESTING TALK FROM CACUE.
Lust Friday morning as we read of the
Artie wave w,hich carried so much misery to
the creatures exposed to the pitiless storm,
we congratulated ourselves on our present
location and were inclined to laugh at the
prediction that the ico king would come
The scepticism was excusable with the
blue jays darting hither aud yon, squeal
ing out a friendly squirrel, cr disput
ing' Lbo right oC way through the
balmygtir with half a dozen different
families of cousins, and dashing into the
uowbusu with do apparent purpose but to
disturb a couple of modest little brownies
that had just fled from a carnivorous kitten.
Finally two of them perched on the top
most spry of a little clump to take in the
situation, which included an open window
aud the objects within, and idly pecked at
some shrivelled grapes left from the sum
mer. A brittle stem broke and down mt
tied a bunch Into the midst of some
hysterical guineas, whoso outcry was en
Joyed a moment by tin mischievous alarm
istf before they sought another spot. The
blue haze down the valley sugi-sted bruh
piles, lug heaps and spring plowing, and
only by an elf rt could we remember that
it was Januiry.
Saturdty when the driving sleet came
do.vn in such quantities we cculd not see
across a twenty-jcre field, aud everything
was as smooth and well iced as a baker's
prize-cake, we fait like next-door neighbors
to .Yaiiktnu or Dalutb. 'lhoso simple
birds had been, to say the least, very pte
tnatuie; and while thv UIm auuusuhere
may bsvo had iU origin in log-heaps, it i
more probable that the Wabash work
train was responsible. Early in the week
it was, I know of a certainty. As an old
lady living siong the line remarked, "Th it
there railroad, s'ie didn't believe, had the
sign of a strainer in iN smokestack." R t
ribution is sometimes swift. Not more
than an hour after th'i men on that "rail
road" had laughed at the frantic endeavi rs
of an amateur Ore company to beat out the
mischievous little tongue of fire started
by sparks from that very smokestack, the
caboose was tipped off the rails an 1 the
men in it shaken up as unceremoniously as
dice in a box.
Theexigi'ejited rumors rile in Cairo con
cerning the little accident and the delny
it caused to the passenger train Tueslay
night, did n"t astonish us who live neir
enough to Johtison county to kuow that,
ainoDg the Viennese, the recent earthquake
shook New Orleans out of sight and
drowned sixty thousand citizens. Some of
our neighbors did not feel th" shock. They
must bo u.ed to sleep a la baby bunti i,
nut to hive felt such a nauseating, di.zir.g
motion. It seemed to come from the west,
and raitied windows like a young cyclone
The association for tho protection of
merchants from customers who will appear
in fresh and fashiouable attire, in spite of the
fact that their purses "look like an ele
phant done t romped on 'em," is a uood
move. It wi;l balk unprincipled extrava
gance and restrain thoughtlees extrava
gance. (The two are quite different. The
first tosses its bead aud snys tho world owes
it a liwai.', while the second merely lTgts
poor Richard's advice: "Ere fancies yeu
consult, consult your purse. ') On the
other hind, the really honest but unfor
tunate, wii. sometimes suffer; every reform
tramples up.n a few innocent ones.
But at present the clerks of the business
men inter st tne more than Iheir customers;
the la'tcr aro tolerably certain of finding
credit at one place or another, but the
former can not shift about so easily. My
tlioughts were turned in their direction by
something which happened recently in ono
of the prettiest little cities in the state;
and I becan to wonder whether an employ,
er should not consider himself as hold to
account in a ineaBure, for the mrnl wel
fare of those iu his employ; to
see that they leave his se:vke no
worse at lqist, than when they entered it.
I would not attempt to teach that each
employer should Buatch up helmet, bu k
ler and sword and start out on a crusidu
against tho temptations surrounding his
clerks. Far from it. In that casta both ho
and I must ultimatoly fail he for lack of
clerks, and I lor lack of hearers, people not
liking to be watched too closely or a lvisd
But is it impossible for dignity and
kindness to go hand in hand? Would not
any employer receive as deferential treat
ment at the hands of euiployn whom he
praises for some voluntary piece of business
diplomacy, or personal attention, ss at tho
hands of those wiio are continually fouud
fault with, troatol with assumed distrust
"to keep the youag follows straight," or
held in sullen siloncu to the very last notch
from Mouday morning till Saturday night!
(It is supposed that clerks are allowed tho
day of rest enjoyed by fanners' horses.)
N' t all the disappointments, blue days,
aud ill-digested dlunors belong to the pro
prietors. No indeed I there are plenty enouuh
to go around the whol establishment. A
remembrance of this, and some manifesta
tion of interest in tho personal affairs of the
subordinates, such as an occasional word
of encouragement or advice, would pay, I
feel quite certain; though of course, now
and then the-"bread," by the time it comes
bark, wtllsoem half nibbled away.
And it will not always come back just
wheu we expect; but remember it i al
lowed "many days" for its return.
Mrs. D. Ghee.v.
Cache, Jan. 84th, 1893,
This Is the opinion of Hon. Carter II.
Harrison, Mayor of ChlcHiro, III., concern
ing Bt. Jacobs Oil: "When I found mvsolf
suffering from ihouioatism, I used Ht.
Jacobs Oil and found it excellent for that
Bead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will fell any of li ri inali.liig land kt ono dol
lar peraoro than the pri'muit price, from this
time until tile Urt do of O tol.er. 14. Alter
th it dt" lb preeent pro u will he rtetori'd. All
who (lunlru t" purclm.e hould avail tbi:nn-lres of
this llherl ofl'cr at owe. J". DAOOY,
Foi partlci'are Inquire of
M. KASTEU0AY4 0 )..
Av'tn. for 1. C. It. If. Land.,
No'Ich U he ehr trlvi-n toa'l peror Interstid,
thm the City Council ol the City of Cairo. II tnom,
bavt-R ordered a. et fnnb In uptlnuLce So. M
ectlon l. That the following eldewaiks be con-
r.T, of 00d' V1 109 """in d
Kljrh'b Mreet. iietwemi ttiil rood htretai dO. lo
Levee, ' rWg one bnmlnrd aid forty-five feet lu
leiiKti, j havi- applltd to ihu CountyCmr of A exan
der i om.ty for an inMi-omeut of the coats f raid
iniprovem.oit-iccur.liiiiito be ertti'.and an ait-em-meiit
tiwreof hiviuir. heen made aud returned to
Mid t'.iort the tluai he irtnu thereon will be ha t at
trio March Term ofs ild Court, comiuenctn out
('i--ond M'H.dnv o' ie3.
All person. rlirlnir tnav then and there appear
and uinke defense.
.V. A. TJVOJ. 1 ' , . .
P. J OA LLfiMN, V Co i mL-slODsrs .
. M. BA"T KIMl, )
Cairo, January 84, 183
Notice To Contractors.
Citt Clerk's Otoi, I
,. , Cairo, lLt..,Jn'y 5th, 188S. f
Seal rt proposals will be ri-cetet-d at tbi titSro,
directed to the Cltv e.'oii-cil of the t'ltycf Cairo
niol! meeting nrtha dry Council, 1 uunlay evening,
Ke'-rnary 6th. Ie!83. Ii r farniehlnirthe materUI aud
dol tne work, or dolnj tna work nece,.rT for
the contmctlnn of the follow'nir. sidewalk, to h
cont uctedor wo.d. viz: On the southerly ,lde
of ElfhtU .ire-1, be'weeu Railroad fctri et and Ohio
Levee, helnelli reet In lni(th, as nrovided by
Ordinance No !. auproved Aitifimt 11 h, A. H.
hsj. h c.h l on a.e iu this offlce and mhlect to
extouliiKllon kt any tin e.
A Kood and tufflcent bond for twice tha amonnt
ipuet a company all propjeltlona. Th rlirht to
reject any ar:l ail blda icserved by the city.
1) J. Kol.t, C ity Clerk
Notice to Tax-payers.
I wiii heat the ful owing niune. p a. e for the onr
poe of clluctinff the revenu sot Alevand i Conn
ty.ari! t-taisof III nuls for the year A.O IW'.whea
I bone to meet a, I tai-pnyeic, icadyio pay the r
lixw. and ail Ihone uo' aula to i.-y all thulr tuxes
will tiHr in m nd mat I want tho perons taxes
idat onci-and rol e.tnte al'o If po.-lnle:
At the etor- houfe of B. i". Curls In I ch Rtd
P.ecluct, on .Monday, January 20tb. A D. 18-3.
At the store lionne oi J. it Bowles lu the
town of Hodges' Park, In t'nitv Precinct, on Tnes
dav, January S' th.A. l. lSi.
Atthtore b.iuee of Henry Hunfafr In the
town i.i H i dufkv. i-i handnskv Precinct, on Wed
DO'duv .lauurv 31, t. A. L. .881
At the etoro hou,e of Maretull Aajn,te n In the
tow n of !.lco. l'i Mro I'reeioct, ou I hursday,
Fehruarr l't, A. D. 18?3.
At thn rmtdeuce of v Huti.aker, lu Lake Mtl'l
gan rrermct. on lloud y. Ke'iiuiry Sth, A.D Ig J
- t the (.tore honitu or K. D. At itrlon. In fro- ee
lelnii.i I' ei: ni l. i n Tlie.iia.', Keh fi.h, A. 0. IS83.
At tlie i-tore honse of A 11. l-elalid In town of
Santa Kee, in Santa Fe Precinct, on VSrduuaday.
Kehruary 7ih, A. U 1-S.l.
At tho e'oro hon-e of (iihha A Barkhoueor to the
to-vn of Thenee, In TteWe Precinct, on Thaisday.
February 8 h. A 1 !atJ8.
At he et .te houee of Jat er Cil ley & Co.. In
Cle'.r Crtek Precinct, on Friday, February Otb,
Atiheaiore house of Jamc VoM s, In Kaat
r(npoOlrardn Precinct, on Saturday, February
A- tha at ire hono - f Peter Saa In F.rst Calri
Precinct, on Monday, February HJth, A D IBS 1.
Atth-j otllce of M. J. Uiiwlei, lo isacond Cairo
ri" no , ou ' uesnav, relirmry .ath, A U. 188 i
At the rore home of ' atrlck Hmserald, In Third
lW ,,ru,;'l:'' 011 w'"th,l,y-February 14th, A. U.
At thstorehon-ei,f o. F. Ort. In Ffh Cairo
Precinci. on Tt ur-d.iy, F-hriinry 15tn, A. 0. 18J'.
t Mi it IT otfl-D lu C 'iir-.-h 'iee. In Fourth
Calr l'ri ciuct. on Krirlay, Fehrua'v 16 h. aud dur
Ins th- r. m ilndiT or the i onth of Ken unrv, A. 1).
iijsi, nhere I hope to meet a'l poreioe, owing
taite. to d- m a.-ttle end ,ave onn"es.
Yotr- trulv. JOHN H'iDOES,
Sher'ff and ex (ifflclo Collecor of Alcxmdor Co.
at and below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial ljt of articles and prices.
a fed Iowa:
Small Safes, . . 3 69 to $3 75
Cupboard, - 5 00 to 5 60
Cttiie Chairs, . . 5 00 a set.
Breakfast Tables, - 2 25 to 2 50
Sofas, - - 6 00 to 6 60
Bed lounges, 11 00
Carpets, - 19c to 4Bc per yd.
Wardrobus, 7 00 to 12 00 each
A Cane Rocker for 7Sc, largo size.
And a'l other Hoo-ehold and Eltchen Furni
ture at same propn'tioo. We have aa lramnuse
stoclc of all kinds and mnet sell.
H. J. 1IINSON,
Cor. l.Otli St.. As, WaliirtKton Ave
rjniK rrrv national bank.
Tl Oil 10 LRVEB.
A tipiirral Banking bnniutM
NTBKPKISK SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TIIOS. W. IIALUDAY
The blood h the foundation ol
life, it circulates through every part
of the body, and unless it is j.aire
nd rich, good health is impossible.
If disease lias entered tin; system
the only sure and quic!; way to drive
it out is to purify and enrich the
These simple facti arc well
known, and the lushest medical
authorities aree that nothing but
iron will restore the Hood to its
natural condition; and ulso that
all the iron preparations hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cause head
ache, and are otherwise injurious.
Brown's Iron EiTTEitswilltho.--,
oughly and quickly aisimilatc w ith
the blood, purifying and strengthen
ing it, and thus cMve disease from
any part of the system, and it will
not blacken the teeth, cause head
ache or constipation, and is posi
tively not injurious.
Saved his Child,
17 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md.
Feb. 11, i8j.
Gem, : L'rn tlie recommenda.
tlou of a fricud 1 tried Bhown'i
Ikon Eittuhs a, a Ionic and re.
iterative for ny dauli:cr, whom
I wjs thoroughly convim.ed v
.iting away wuh Consumption.
Having lost three daughters hj- the
terriiiie ili.eine, under the tare uf
eminent phyticianv 1 at luth to
believe tn.it anything could arrcm
the prc'jjrT!., cl tlie disease, but, tr
my irtji surprise, before my daugh
ter had talcn onebonlc ot j!kov.s's
Ih.in IlirTHies, she began to mend
and now is ijuiie restored to former
Lealih. A tilth d iup.hier bfgan In
how ,!e, cf Coniiniptii n, end
when the physici.m was consulted
he quickly laid " Tonic, were re.
ouired ;" and when Informed that
ihe cldi-r istcr was taking Ekown's
Ihom BtTTEHS, repnncid "that it
a good toi.ic, take it."
Brown's Iron Hitters effectual
cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, ami renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persons suffering
torn such wasting diseases as Ccn
sumption, Kidney Cuuiplaiuts, etc.
I-T. E. INCE,
Maou'octurer ond Doa'ur In-
fhh Sirec,, lutwcen Com'l Ave. and Luvee.
CIIOKK BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINLiS OF AMf.MTlO.V.
Safes lto mltcd. All Kind.' ol Keva Made.
K S -
r ,1V Wa
PJALLIDAY BROTH ERsS,
.1. v r a
1 ee H3 W
FI.OUJ (ittAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HifhMt CMb Prk nil t y Wheat.