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-L'-ti-fcU U-A-IiO STJXjXiETUsT, OCTOBER 19
NSW OP THE Cm,
Klmll oysters rccolved every day by
Louis Hurburt. tf
I'm: llu.vnitcu TJoi.lakh. The ruling
price ha pulil for t&OO in city ocrip by
Lotils Hnrbert. dlw
r'l.ouif (Jlioico Family Flour In bbls
lmlf bbk, unci;, Ac, for falu at tnu Kgyp
Uiiii .Milk aui,'
(iiuv IIaik resumes its original color
timlur tlio operation or I'ltntonU Vltalla or
.Salvation for tlio Imir, which contains
nothing dirty, la transparent, without sedi
ment, leaves no tnln on tho scalp, no un
pleasant odor In tho hulr.
Sobl by nil druggists and fancy goods
Tub I'koplk'h Mkat .Maukkt. C
(iAVKttA Co., 1'iioruiKToiii. Thu meat
market Jtut opened by (layer and Co., at
thu corner of Washington Avenue and
Tenth street, is Just uxiictly such a meat
market nt thoso who know (iayer would
eipcet It! in to establish when bo "spreads
himself." Kverythlng is now, freshly
pnintitl, and wears un air of cleanliness
thut no unit will full to commend.
f layer A: Co, nr.) among tho oldest and
tu..'t experienced butcher of tho country
un 1 have learned that It pays best to keep
first elms meats, and command n llrst clesa
m-tom. If citizens would, thereforo, su
ture tit' indid frosh meats, uork. beef, mul.
t 'ti. veal, lamb or sausage they can al
ways llnd them in any quantity desired ut
the Tcople meat market. Just trvlt. tf
. A Hunt anuWiiat Cam ok It. On
Monday last three young gentlemen, roil,
dents of ,thli city, concluded that they
wotiU visit tb neighboring woods and
kill a cart load of squirrels gamo that
abounds most plentifully. They hlrod a
horse and buggy, and bought a large qunn
L'MAtlL'LTKHATKD IICK 7.I.V
and started, a gay a trio at ever left tht
city. Thcysieptat Villa Kidgo thu ensu
ing night, and, looking out If the window,
In the early morning, weru both surprised
ami delighted to sue at leat n half dozon
gamboling about a neighboring yard,
Siji.ing their hnt guns thoy hurried out,
and l-aling up to within llftoou feet of
thu venturesome. Mpilrrola,
1IA.SU XI) AW A 1.
Not having arrived at an understanding,
all of them, unfortunatuly, flrwi upon thu
fame animal, und tore it all to piece,
M 'it'll to their surprise, tho other squirrels
lid not run up a tru, but looked niton
ished and maintained their ground'
two jioui: uoi'Mm r:Kr. niirti
a'i 1 two morn of thu little animals paid the
I nalty of their temerity. Ity this tlmu
the mar. in whine yard the slaughter was
i -tig on, made his appearance at the very
n merit tho thren guns wore IqtpIM to
l '.i g down a fourth squirrel that boldly
maintained his ground only eight feet d it
tmi. "MEIX dOT I.V IIIMMKL, '
ex laimed tho astonished citizen, "you've
sliteJ rnlno bet squirrels all to biecos,
uri l now you makes pay for 'tin, or I Tips
you, And suiting bis actions to his words,
he approached tho astonished hunters,
ith rolled.up stove
( bEMtlttl) rlBTH AND ANOIIY (IMTVKRM
determined to liaro greenbacks or blood.
Tho young rc in surveyed tho huge pro-
portions of tho Irato Teuton, and concluded
to scttlo on tho otuU uf greenbacks They
inited that a dollar n-plrco, (which tho
(!( rmiiu demanded) was above thu market
pri c, Lut rather than
"HAVE A fUss"
th: y concluded to pay It, Four dollars
Ki ro accordingly handed over, which left
tho humeri just fifty cents short of the sum
required to pay their hotel bill. Tbo four
piirrels would "probably ttund them In
that sum, but what was their indignation
when tho (iorman resident refused to give
,p the slaughtered animals, on this ground
bat, being pets and favorites with tho
hi!dren,'ho intended to
mut Tii esi.
All of this was well enough. They re
acted thu Uermanjfor thus gratifying the
lections and whims of tho llttlo onos, and
i r rendered tho carcass without remon
raacc. Wero theso young man tho victims of
Ilia Jtldgo rapacity and shrowdness?
-k any resident of that ilk and ho will
11 you that tho enterprising Ucrman In
tuition iirrrr owned a ptt fquiml in hh
'. Will thu threo young moil go back
tor thoir four dollars? Ask 'om.
Straycd Oow.Takcn up by tho aurv.
ibor, on Wednesday morning October,
,h, a dark rod cow, with calf about two
mths old. 1 ho owner cau havo tbo vow
'proving proporty and paying expanses.
near Win. Kendall's farm.
Di'.eai'kst and Hest. Mrs. - Whit
'ib's Syrup for chlldreu,-is sold by drug
ts for -j cunts u bottle, and is an ndinir-
0 preparation for Infantile disorders.
foil n gli8i of splendid St. Louis lagor
r tho best in the city go to tUo
jsliingtoon saloon, corner "Washington
nuo nnd Fourteenth street. tf
Louis Herbert is in constant receipt f
tli l)altlu)oro oysters, which bo .will
u up to customers in any stylo desired,
ihort noticoiindiu tho most ffttlsfactory
IIow a Nick You.vo Man who had
HAII) IlAUI) TllI.VCIH A1IOOT THK DMO
CKATI 1'AIITV UAUK TO OlltKP. HcrO is
ft nico llttlo story which wo toll for tho cdi
"A SICK YOU.VO MAN,"
who lives on Mie lino of tho Illinois Cen
tral railroad, and says hnrd and cruol
things about tho Domocratlo party,
THK NICK VOUNO MA.V
to whom wo refer, visited tho big city of
Cairo, n fow days ago, and Jell Into tho
TWO WICKKll vi.v,
who mndo up their minds that they would
mortify him for saying so many rudo
things about tlio Demoeratlc party. So
tho two wicked men, in porsuance of their
object, mixed four.kinds of tilo liquor to.
gcincr, called it
"A TkHI'KIUMCK drink.''
and gavo it to tho young man, in half gill
potions, thoy drinking "whisky plain."
drink about, bc-eai;su thoy wuro not teo-
totallcrs, nd preferred
After tho nice young man had s wallowed
ho felt very lively, and said to tho two
wicked Democrats, "let's go sotno place;"
and all threo started out Into tho largo city.
After they had walked a few blocks tho
nico young man said ho
nnd thu two wicked Democrats renlied
''Hold up a llttlo iongor; hero's nomo place,
ana wo'll stop here," and then thoy w
cortod tho nico youg man into u homo hard
by, where there lived threw or four familiar
who, when they saw the nico young man,
embraced him, and said ho was their affln
ity, ot cetera, and so on. And the nico
young man, lx;coniing2
throw himself upon a bed crosswlso,
ana fell Into a deep slumber,
The two wicked Democrats then "lit
out,'' leaving tho nico young man
in cnargo or mo laminar nejrro women.
TIIKV did volte.
Thoy saw a conservator of tho peace,
and told him that within tho domlcli of the
familiar negro women thero wai an into
icated young man who was kicking up
"old Harry,' and frightening tho poor
colored foinulse out of their senses.
IT HO IIAWCKXII,
that, when tho two wicked Democrats left
tho domlcil aforesaid, tho familiar negro
women Inquired one of another: "What
shall wo do with the nic young man who
slwHslb U,o watchman of thu night
mayrwooji in mid gather u all together
into the calaboo".;." And tho familiar col
ored women, knowing nothing ulso to do,
dragged the nico young man forth Into
THK HACK YARD,
and thoro allowed Mm to remain until the
morning. And when Uiy had done this
thing, tho watchman camu in, and said:
"Where Is tho young 'man, that inakntb
tbo night hideout in this outlawed vicin
age ?" And tho familiar femalw, with
much fear and trembling, said: "Wo
know not: he hath skedaddled" and thus
were the machinations of tho
WICK Kit DEMOC'IIATS HKCKATRI).
The nico young man slept in the back
yard until tho "god of day'' commenced
glowing in the Kast, and then ho arose,
shook tho lut from his habiliments,
A Nil MAKVEI.KI) OREATLY
how it happened that he slept in tho back
yard of tbo familiar negro women. That
ho may marvel no longer, wu print this
llttlo story for his especial reading, and
admonish him to
as long as ho lives, of wicked Democrats.
Xkoistkrino. It boing nobody' busi
ness In particular, and everybody's busi
ness in general, to givti notice of tho tlmo
and placo for registering tho names of
voters, tho matter was not attended to.
The board of rcgUtratlon met, yesterday,
and am In session again to-day at tbo
places of holding elections in thu upper
and lower Cairo pruclncts, but only a com
paratlvely few havo registered.
On thu Tuesday preceding tho day of
the election, to-wit: on Tuesday, Novum
her 1st, tlio boards will again meet to cor
rect and revlso tho lists. This will bo tbo
last opportunity to rogistor that will bo
presented. Wu neud scarcely urge upon
voters thu importance of cn.ploylng It.
Tho appearance of a citizen's name on tho
registry list is taken as prima facto oviu
oncoof his right to vole. If his namo is
not there, the fact will be taken as prima
fitcie ovidenco that ho has no right to votu,
and unless ho can produeo a witness who Is
a voter ' to swear in bis voto" bis ballot
will bo rejected.
It Is not to bo understood, howovor, that
the presonco of a man's namo of tho regis
tor is to be taken as eoneltuire ovidonco of
his right to voto. Any man may bo ohal
lunged, and if thero is any doubt in the
minds of tho judges or tho bystanders as
to the legality of any vote otTered, it is
thoir duty to challengo it. Much trouble,
delay and Jconfuslon may o avoided how
ever, If ovory votor will rogistor his name,
and wo hope that those who havo neglected
to do so will avail themselves of tho op
portunlty that will bo preiontai on tho
Tuesday preceding the day of the election.
TAiXAiiAhSE, Floiuiu, Auk 15, 18C8.
Messrs. ellln Jc Co: OiiP Junior editor bas
tried your Liver Kogulator, and is taking
It now, and finds it Invaluable to bim as ts
corrector of tho stomauh and regulator of
tho bowels. Articles of diet that bo 0 ared
not indulgo in beforo taking your Liter
Modiclno, ho can now taku.witb impunity.
,' Very truly,
DYKKS & SPAItHAW&j
ocWdtoYitv Kdltors FloWdlan.
Local Buevitik.i. A flno boy was
born unto Thomas .1. Kcrtb, lastnight,
Talking of voters reminds us that n
pair of twins wero recently born unto Hor
man Meyor, councilman nnd tobacconist.
All parties aro doing well.
Wor!: on tho custom houso, under tho
superintendence of Mr. Geo. II. Heaso, Is
progressing very favorably. If no unfor
seen delay oecurs, tho building will bo
made ready for occupancy by tho com
mencement of Spring. .
Thu market housu is now in its placo,
near Thornton'i block on Tenth stret
Ileforu Mr. Thornton, to whom the build
ing belongs, occupies it, can wo nctsecuro
it for at least one rousing Demosratie
meeting say when Crebs comos.
Col. Crebs will complete his canvass
of I'opu county to-day, nnd will go thenco
to Massac countv, where ho will tnako
threo or four speeches. Ho will visit
Cairo on Tuesday, Oct. 25th speak here
and at two or threo joints In tho country
proclnets, to bo named horeafler.
Wo referred, tho other day to tho rob
bcry of Andreas Doll's boot and shoe shop,
at Grand Tower. Joe Arnold was talc-
graphed to keep a lookout for tho burglars
and did so, and has recovered nino pairs of
tho boots, worth about ninety dollars. Ono
pair of boots and four pairs of shoes ro-
Why? WiiyT7 Wiiy77 7 Ills almost
an enigma why peoplo will consent to suf
fer on account of Indication. Genoral
Debility, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Kidney affections, etc., when by merely
availing thcmhclves of MISIILEK'S
1IKP.B UITTKK3 thoy may bo speedily
cured of their complaint why thoy will
allow themselves to suffer needlessly.
MISIILKU'S.UKUO UITTKKS Is a sov.
trelgn remedy, and will effect a posltivo
cure in these casus. Tbo public is made
fully acquainted with all tho ingredients
used in tho prcperatlon of tho Hitters, and
cminout chemists pronounce it a pure and
wholesome article, while every whoro phys
ician recomond it to their patients as the
only remedy that can bo depended upon.
Full directions accompany each bottle.
Sold only by ruspectabla druggists and
store keeper., i'rice $1 per bottle.
Tin: first nine of thu Dolt a base ball
club accompanied by aliout a dote n ladies
and gentlemen, loft for I'aducah yesterday
evening on tho steamer Tyrone. A much
larger rtumW would have gone, but for
tho Impression that prevailed thattbe trip
was to be made on ednesday, and not
Tuo.day uveuiag. Am effort was made to
get the Silver Cornet band to accompany
the crowd, but the boat could not delay iter
departure long enough to enable those in
tcreited to get the members together.
It Is better, however, that a large number
did not go, as thu rain that set In lastnight,
anu nas continued (luring tliu day, no
doubt prevented tho game. We f Lai
look fur tl) return of tho crowd bv tho
boat this evening.
Tut: Ckntral Mkat M AnstKT.-
Messrs. Fred Kocbler A Co- of the Cen
tral Meat Market, desire it understood that
they keep all kinds of meats, beef, pork,
mutton, lamb and veal; that thoy buy and
slaughter tho bo4t nnd fattest animals
uruugM to tins market: dress and serve
out the meats iu u neat and cleanly man
ner, nnd deal with verylody fairly and
Market baskets of customers delivered
free of chargu to any part of the city.
Fresh sausago on sale every morning.
liny your mxats, then, at the Centre
Meat Market, near tho corner of Tenth
Itreet, on Washington avenuo.
sep 29 d!im.
- S i si
Jknny IIhown'h WiiKHiAiioL'Trt. Jen
ny Drown, tho female after whom iuqulrius
were recently umdo by a hew York gen
tleman, formerly lived in this city and
served as house girl In tho family of Mr.
Lincoln. She subsequently married a
gunboatmtin named William WarJ, and
with him;rcuiovod to Memphis, Tennessee,
where she was residing when last heard
from. She left Cairo, wo aro informed, In
tho year 1660, shortly after she married
Ward. Ah her brother's banker expresses
u desire to learn her whereabouts, it might
bo to her advantage to placo liersolf in
correspondence with him.
ItllKVIKUTYl'K ATTWKNTV-riVK ClKfa
run I'ounu. Wo liavo threo or four hun
dred pounds of brevier typo, only about
half worn tbo utmo that was rucuntly
used on tho Huli.ltin, which we will
sell, in lots to suit purchasers, ut twonty-
ftvo conts per pound. It pves u clear, gosal
itiiprossltm, and in tbo otneo of a country
weekly paper might be used for threo or
AV'o also have two or threo hundred
pounds of Herman type, in good order,
which wo will sell at thusame tlguro. An.
dross, JOHN II. OI1KHLY & t'Un
tf Cairo, Illinois.
P. IIOWAUU, StRAUllOAT UUTClllR
KKMovAL.-iPhil. Howard's stesraboat
jnoat shop has been removed to tho base
muni of the Kipross office in in the City
National Hank building, directly oppositti
tho main steamboat landing, whoro bo will
as usual, keep an abundant supply of frosh
moats for tho steamboat trade, end where
ho will bo pleased to meet customors night
or day. oct XS-'iw
' I'll aLonV, Vitaua for ;tho hair cau bo
found everywhere It is clear and has no
spdjont, This wonderful preparation is
Fhalon's Vitalla er Salvation for thu Hair
Poured on tho hands it leaves no stain. It
is, nevertheless, tho most effective article
of iti clasj ovor advertised.
Piilil by all druggists and fancy good
dealers. oct lO-d&wlw
From Alex. JJ. Itounhcrtr, M. I)., late one of tho
Meillcal Director V. . A., NcwnrH, N. J.)
"Having been inado acquainted with
tho composition of tho preparation known
ns Sozodoxt, I havo for somo tlmo past
pormittod its use in my family, whoro it
has given ontire satisfaction. It Is an ele
gant toilet nrtiulo, well worthy of tho
encomiums it has received."
'.Sl'ALDI.YO'8 1'lUl'AItKI) 01,1) K."
Oct 17 cod 1 w.
Tiik Hon. Hugh McGuc, of Grand
Chain, was robbed, on Uonday night last,
of S37S in cash. Ho was In his Held at
work, about dusk, when the thief entered
his house and rilled tho bureau drawer in
which tho monoy was concealed. Shortly
after returning to the house, Mr. McGco
becamo apprised of his loss, and having
reason to believo that the thief would visit
Cairo, telegraphed officer Arnold to look
out for him.
Mk. M. V. Hrown, the Itadical candi
date for Shorilf of Alexander county, cam
to Cairo Monday evening and Is still In
the city. Mr. Hrown is a very quiet indi
vldual, and so far.hls party friends havo not
truobled themselves to show him around
Indeed wo hear it broadly hinted that the
mends of D. W. Munn intend to trado
him off, provided thoy can find Democrats
who will barter with them. Thoy propose
to sacriaco jlrown,to help Munn. Whcth
er or not Mr. Drown proposes to tamely
submit to this arrangement, we havo not
aioiiT is i'lticKLRss. Monov cannot
buy it, but Lazuras and Morris' perfected
spectacles will preserve it. No glimmer
ing or wavonng or sight, peculiar to
others In uso. Tabor Dros solo accnts for
t-airoana vicinity. See advortisutnent
s . ... "
Hell Mvmidilt, Mm ii;
d, " Ruhicno,
ArllDKloB, Columbus,' Tjrron. l'Jucal,:
2 f. S."' rns'"c, cue sltr, Mrsii.hi:
BllMnilil.8llui.H0B AcciirJ. KM Cilv.
Tho woathor is bleak, damp and disa
groeablo, but a greatly needed rain has
boon falling slnco midnight which helps
us to bear tbo otherwiso objoctlonablc at
The river is abeut stationary but shows
symptoms of a rise. If the rain of to-day
is general, wo may probably bavo a rlso of
The Mississippi is stationary atSt. Louis.
and tho rivers above that port are noarly
in the same condition.
Tho Ohio is still Ullinr at I'iittrmrg,
and only thirty inches are now reported in
tbo channel. It Is also falling at Louis
villo with eighteen Inches in the chute
down the falls. There Is about four feet
out from Louisville.
Them has been a rlso of five feet in the
Duslness here continues good.
Tbo Kellogg is loading two barges here,
and will receive COO tons.
Tbo Molllu Kagon brought 'id sks
wheat ISO pkgs furniture for Cairo, 12
tons assorted freight for reshipmcnt to
Tho Delia Memphis discharged ltObals
Kastorn cotton here, and 100 tons assorted
freight for reshipmcnt North and Kast
per rail and river.
The Arkansas and White Itiver packets
bavo refused to pay aay more wharfage
at Mompls until tho wharf at that city Is
repaired. They have no doubt but that
thu courts will sustain them, as rcent de-
cUIniisall point to tho fact that wharfuge
can only bo collected when thu wharf is
koptlngtod order fur business. Other
steamers will ollow in resisting payment
at that cllv.
Tl. U....I. .t .1 .i i ,
lhowurk of reconstriiotiMt: tlm Cairo i
City Wbarfboat Isnoiircompletiiin. It was
h ImgQuiidurtakliiK, but will amply repay
tho oxpoiise. It is now two stories in
hight, all th way through, and tho car;;o
box has been widened. This give it more
than doublo iu former capacity, and
especially fits it for tho receipt and for
warding of furniture and light freights.
Iho Indiana and liismarek, for Now
Orleans, and iho Julia for Vicksburg- aro
Tho Tyrone leaves daily for I'aducah at
Nprtsul Us Trsslls.
Home niedleul men iuslsl that It Is uiidlsained
to advertise a remedy, .lovioter valuald it may
he, Queer rcasouiuii this. It lllk )liiKlht
aa article which Iho world needs should te hldlu
acnropr-lhal benefits and Llersincs may lie too
widely dlrruaed-lh.t Ihe menus of protectinu und
realorini health should be arioso monopoly, ami
uot accessible to all, TaoarKumrut is bad. It in
worse than tint, it Is inhuman. Suppose lloalet
Ui'a loroaeh Hitlers aa absolulo sporilio for
dyspepsia, biliousness am! nervous debililr had
never been kuowa beyoud the 'rvporMro' of the
faculty, what would havo hea Iheronsequrncel
lusUad of curina anil Invlnoratlu millions, Iho
goodetraets of Ihe preparatioa would hiwu loin
roonned o a comparative few. There is the bub-
eat authority for saying that light e,.ould not bo
ai4 uader a kushel; that whatevtr Is vxrolleut
should bo placed aa a cite on a hill, where all inep
cantakecpgnltaru-aor it. Ills upon this princi
ple that the Hitlers have been advertised end con
tluue to be advertised lu every newspaper of any
pronilnenee la the weslera benilsphere, and that
tbe jipontaneous testimonials in its favor bavo
he translated into all wrilteu languegoa, Tliou
sands enjoy rrel health I .-day who would bo
lssgulshiog on beda ol sieknoss If the uewspa
pors bad not spread the truth with regard to this
uuequslo.1 iuvigoraol and corrective far sod wide,
(suppose profit has bswn reaped from this publici
ty. Is thai any argument against lit Ifthepul
lie health baa baen protected if lives have bvu
saved, ifthafeebla b.ve been strengthened and
tho sink restored, great good has l-cn aoeom
pllshed; and who so mean as togurdK") to exer
ions lluudlmlod their fair iwMd I
"lA'ItL Is. THOU AN,
Is prcpnrn.l to iln nil kind of
KALSOM IIS TIXG
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
( OHMItKCSI.IMIUriAI. AVK.M!i:AM
liter complaint are
uni'Minc" nnu pin
in the fiilu. Home
times tlm pain . In
theshoiiMur. ami Is
mintnkrn or rliviunitii'.iii. The stomiw'li Is sllrct
edwlth lo of Rpielilf and mckn', boaeln In
Kenomicnuve, nomeiimc!! imerimtnc with lax
Ii ruin, nn, I ilull. Iieiivv
ion of memory, aceoni
punleil witli miiifii.rii.
nation of having leftuu-
lone romethlnit which
ilnlit to Imrr In en done.
line t'uiiii'l.iiiiniu of MenkliesLilelillllv. anil low
spirit. HoiiiPtlnii's, Mmo uf tlm nlwo sjiiiji.
tiima attend the iliea-e, nnd ut oilier time, mtv
fewof them I bilttho l.iver Is xcncrally thcoriian
mostlnTiiltuJ, Curothe I.her with
A prepRrntinn nf rnntsand herbs, warranted to
be strictly M'KttnLIc, ami can do no Injury to any
It has been lined by bumlreds, nnd kmmno I
thn last 3.1 vearcai one of the mcut rellnhle, et!
eaclniiK and hiirnileia preparation" eer uliitol
Hie sutleriiiR. If taken ri'KUlnrly and lelvMiiii
It I. lirw til enre.
It I. .lire til iMire.
llarrlio-a, nttections ol
ihe lilmlder, eainu
of III" aniiie, to nr. iirr xiil.lirss. clillN. itKea.rK
of the f kin, Imi'iirity of the blood, tnrhncholy,
nr ilfireslonor spirits, hearthurn, colic, or pain
In the howrls, pain In the hea l, fever and ajjue,
dropsy, hulls, pain In lh hack and limb., nullum
erysipelas, female altecllone, ami hillous illtcanca
I'reparcil only by J. II. Xrlltis It, Co.,
UrunRlst", Macon, Oa.
Kor eale by Ilnrclay Ilrothcrs, Ohio I.ctee
I'rice 1: by mall II 15. marSldawl
thMB only, and nil Time, Ilcslth and
Moasj. $1,000 IlKWAIIIl for any cas of disease,
It any slB which thcr fall to cure.
IIS. IIICIIAU'ri lidLIiK.V II A I,.
flAM.i, Xih, I h 2, are ttis
crcatcst altcratlvrs known.
III. It I C II Airs OOMIEK
r.I.IXIH II'AMOUIt Is tho
(irtalest Tonic and Astrlnicnl
In the Medical l.liL lis. III.
CIIAU'.S lilll.llK.V A NIT DOT it
Is th oolr rtllabla itluretlo.
These Ilemtdlr are not advertised li Care all
Complaints, and IxneAt nonet hut aro guaranteed
So effect a lia Ileal and Hpdr Cure In all cases for
hlck tbre are reonumended, when all other treat.
sneni nas raiiM. Tens or wiousamis jean recovj
y metr use, wtio nave lost an nope, aojjiaetrvTo
Bounced as Incurable bjr the test oftfr aedlcal
JJ IIAI.HAM, No. I. jafc
cs Ulcers. Ulceratl
Hore Throat and liftiitb. Rare Kies. CuUne-
ens Eruptkins. CopperySVilored lllotches. Horeness
f the Scaln. Hcrofulake. It Is the Qrealeit ltcn -
wator, AlUraUv asn Ulood l'urlfler known, re
move all meren from th system, and leaves
IK tjlAml tiara anil kaklLli. e)
It. mUllAU'S UULUbt
IIAL9M, No. 2. cares Uercurlal Alice
Kiieumaujni In all lu forms, atii
reiier iu an caies.
r So. I or 3, $ per bottle, or twa
AN'TIIiOTi:, a radical eur fur all urinary
derangements. I'tlc $3 per bottle.
IXIIt H'AM0l'It. a rallcal eur fut
Nervous or lieneral IJiLlllty, In old or
younf ; Imparling enerf with wonderful effect.
I'rice ii per bi.tile. or two for J.
(Iu receipt of price, theie remedies will be
shipped U any place, t'rompt attentjon paid to
all corrcindenu. Noue renuln without tht
same of "Hit. ltlt'IIAl"S CoI.IIt.S' IIKUKUIK.'S,
U. U. IIICIIAIIII.H, Hul 1'roprlewr," blown la
flass of bottles.
Circulars eeut. Trade supplied at a liberal
AdSrees, till. I). II. IllCIIAUriH, 7ii Varlck
trect. New Yuri.
Cor. 7th St. and Commercial Ave, in
M. J. BUCKLEY, - - Ag't
Particular attention given to f"urnihiir.
tinborers, Cot Ion IMekera anil Ititllronsl
Dissom tio r ;oi.vu':--.vr.itsim.
Thooii.iitiicrlili In lelnfore eil.tin leureti
"""' i '"ink' mil' "nie ii nuuei .ii'i , ii u er
n. nnu o.i.i,. r voi,L. ii,1n..1i.(..m f.,n,..ui
rr tne irjii.uctioti of ii riiiiimi..iiiii n. produ
Iiil-Uiers, Ha. int. nay ill.-olveil iy inlltu il r,,n
."lit. Hm Im.iiie.a mil Ih. i-iitilliiiii.il l,v Mr.
Vuillik', lio Hilliny iilldelitii eontrni'ted lV Hie
fit in tli to this if.ile, and to whoin itll ilehtu due
the firm mil.t he paid
TllXIIV II. VM'.SYi.
i" iim;i.iin ii.vi'iJN-ii'Ki.v.
t'ulro, III.., Dei IStli, ls;o t'r l
TICKETS TOR SALE
I'Alt t: I'lniii Liver iiikiI, l.iiiiiloiuler' y,
S.'lakitnw tir 4uer liNlowu In t'utril
Niill'oril, InrrlM V
W. rJliiitluii. T. bird.
gT 11.11 "I. sV until,
(Sileeemrn loSlriitlon, lliii.ini A I'l.irk,)
COMMISSION MERiiH ANTS.
B7 OHIO XiEVEE
Asyeula or Auierleaii luHiler :., sssast
MMiiiiluclurrra Auenta Itir Colluu Varn
Q 1. tV I M.I A. II SOX,
No. 7(1 Ohio l.tnt'o.
"'e '? j
SSpvclal tieitiluit sjlvs'u
sssoMlassnd rilllitK Orslera.
iu I i'"S
, 1 v Docrlptivn Circulars and IMco Ust sent
' ' " onapjillcallnn.
Manufacturers of Steam Engines
AND MILL MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS.
ForKlnitj, fjrass ;ft-lini;, Sleambott, Itallrnad and llrldo Work. Keeps constantly oa hand
Pii' nnd flltmit lira.. irool mid llnimie lrlmmlnir.
rjim: fi.i: siic:viei:i.
L TTT r.cKi:r
Y. NJltTHi:Ult...iVn I II. V. WtM.tAMS...CI'lc
Will ply rcKHlitly nuliote, b'nvtnit Cnlro every
i.iv inun.i.iyeieepiefi) nt iiair-lnt a o'clock p.m.
Ihe Arilindt I- n swift ahle.ufie, I Irmn.r.l,...
Inaery iiix'tlornccotnmcdallon. for both on...
Sho cnnneeti nt I'lellicnb lib thn I'liinherliinil
and Ienneeerler pm-kets and Ihe New Orlom
ami iinin railroad, l or parth'iilar, npplr on
hoBnl.orlo M, .1. III CKI.kS.
, l,'-f'1' Aitent at t'jlro.
JEW TO IV IIO.IT.
The Xcw Tow anil Job llont
W. H. COULTEli. Master.
prepared at nil times to do rll kinds ol tow.
inn ami joniunr on I lie nio.i reasonable tetma
lieail'iiiarterx at Cniro. Illlnol..
Cairo & Paducah
D ily Packet.
WOOliS ..'. Ma.to
Will pir ri'itutxrle a. nlove, le.iviuC'.iiro every
evenlnit nt 4 uVloi'lt, mill totiebinu nt all Inter.
Kor freiuhlor imoaK" npplv on lio.ird or In
M. J. lllVKI,i:V.Aitenl,
atiu'.ltf Cairo. Illinois
i. & i pin
Till: ILVV1S VKUTICAI. FKKU
idiiiiiicicsi, Miiiiii.( mul no
Sc lug Maililnc In Vm:
Cor, 8Hi St. & Washington Ave
The .letiiiin I f .r the H.WI1 SKWIMi MMI.
l.MIitl Hi" All inllC Kl.il.-, Hliete Diet ore I.. t
l.nnxii, and uhere they u I.iii I nil otiiern
tiriMlel in in rilll oe riiiileil.
It n-r. r I iM in tui hind nf wotl; I' i
eoii-i'tnii: nf ii lea lnitu i'iri, nod it. ,i ,i
fi i l eli e Ii it In inn oter -I' llll. i,ml I n
tier, vtltlioin ll ii. je of -llti li or Ii It
( IhiIiIIiU Old lil 'H' in illllf.'irllllelM pn f' l t til
nil ntlor, "lid III it it I" "I"! the lb l ( f .r t null
ellii: en t... h I l.ii'l.nieb !. i ' ', i ii m
Mr-r ll'iiie, . Ii lie .ei i ,t ail.-- un I ilidrrent
illei. ef lilu.ll, ,iim; ! , -llilu 1 1 1 it- ill il lie
best sevibg mm
Miuiuri' tnr-' l ('"Jin- iIii-iii.i i
till! e.e here,
Call niiti (it! it
nil Ih ',r.- pi n.li.i.
( in ui.ir. I
;V!) i' i:iis:'co ii :ct n.isi:
V. K W n l. til T l
Not ..il.'l) iil-- it liml, the lnhi t prtre at the
New Ktik-I.tnd I'air nt I'ruildHii ,t t ie ,V (E
Viiilt "iiitu I ,ur, und l .sr l.aii-1 . s le I ,i r, nor I.e. . J
, ei. it, e n ! nt Hie Amert .e1 lii-.'l le.iy,l
l'h l.l'.-l ei tlmu liny ol 1 1 - 1 1 hiii nn to
tlie jude.' nut 'he-e, led iittoi tliei hut Ihj.
e.tllM' we Illie II lie.i, l II Uulllin itlldi.it). It
w.r like a eli'Uiii I "'" em eiv mi) IIiIiik mk
p)ee Hlllii'i Hi,' - hildten e li' ei-t it out of
nrder. ii l it l "ll nt lie III l enoitii il.le,
Ckkn S I hijii,
. nd t"f i ileill'ii.
A. 1. WOOD, AKrill,
') "i'n:ni 1 so i Miuiui-i.-ii-i uientte, ('.ii ro
Ml T. INSrit.VM'K.
jyjriKsoiuti ni ri.ii.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OKI-'IOi:--Xirllil '' I'olirlli uiul
SUlie HlreeU, SI. I unl.
AHTIII'll II. II.VI1IU:T, Urea't.
iii:nj. svii.mamk, mscj .
V. M. II.IWI-N A (IUAV, 111 U Sullo atroet,
t'hlenno, rttnte Mniisft''ri for Illinois.
t). I. TOI'I'III., Cairo, Hpevlnl Atent fot Hotilb.
I'reminniapnld tonndoolU't'(liiiiiiiii,lljy C
JltiKhes. Cashier First .National UnuK
AVENUE CAIRO ILLINOI8.
RENNIE & CO
Solo -.coxvtas for
SPECIAL STEAM '
SEW ELL &. CAMERON'S
HUTI If Kit.
JL oi:i:ui iiKiii.icii
OITOSITK THK COUItT HOUSK,
Oikiro, - - - - Zl'iluola
far Orders filled promptly and
tho fullest satisfaction guaran
MAIlK II V
LOW, SON AND HAVDON,
Xitxx'oln.-y 33 X' o m
-I'Oll HAI.K AT...
liClienner auri basioa, es.an
.Siifipfiir all tiat (exerpl wnali
Inir S'lulliral for f Ipmilur win.
tins Miliums walar. I'alstt,
1',0"'"' '"' 'rabies, aatssl
n.a iuiiiiiviira,iiiin, Harm
crs Hint tllaieware. and for
(leneral House t'lrnnlnv lur.
tor 1'ntlklilnic Ktilvta, Tliissar.
Warn, llemovra. un liv si mlr suim
niirn iruii, nnu all
riUHl lu .Nets-.
For Salt! by
p A nmrTMriB
XJ 11. JL JLJL XI VI
FINEST QUALITY NICE
PIECES --FKEE FROM
For 33 tlx 111 K. 3M o
claxJKO" e-jr loasliift
v. m t Uoji'taB on
tlxo wntoi', 4t
Tills la not iiiniiudieiiiiii1 v
ter, liul en in e a illiijt Irons
the Niirlnf . at Sara(ui(i Sew
He nit hflilrrrirtlilnK.. life.
Il vliiulu bv liail Ha II sriirclca.
VT,A,lM,, ,,,KU,, rru,n ,h" KW
l Barclay Brothers.
Blue Lick Water
BLUE IE SPRINGS
IC Tl't'KY Kre.li
rcc tlvnl kejit vis leu