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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
FFIC:B' SUI.X.BTIIsr BTJXPIg-, COB. 12TH wi
Our Homo Advertisers.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, between Washington
ana Commercial Avenue,
Is receiving dally new Invokes of
(Jf every description, and at Paicss toum mi
THE LATEST STYLES OP
HPRINO AND SUMMEH GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
TMT.T.V VA1tipv lit nrro '
" " " i , lax u &.v V
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together Willi all the other articles kept In
INrst Class Millinery unci Trimmings Store. To
"u me very lowest ngur.
sssrcell mil ate hr. No trouble to show
" MRS. McGEE,
On ElghthStreet, between Commercial and W.
ington Avenues, I dally receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST SPKINO AND HUMMER STYLE.
Besides i full lion of
B02STiTETS &: HATS
Trimmed nod untrimmed,
FRENCH FLOWERS. HIBtiONii, THIMMINdS
of Ml kinds. Laces, no., etc.
sirs. Mcfjee has also e large assortment of
fancy Articles, iiuch as
NECK TI EM. COLLAR-, L'NDERSLEEVES,
UUFtV, HASH ES, FANS,,
And all other articles usually lound In
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
'JI. in 'dlllon to her Mock of Fancy
and Millinery nuMi, Iim tine and complete as
sortment ol Cincinnati Custom Made Ladles'
di1 Mlii-i' Shoes and Chlldrtns' Hoots, Ulivolc
and In Color. These are acknowledged lo
w Haul and best shoes in the market, aLd tlil
la the only place Id the city ttiat make, them a
MRS. M. S WANDER,
ha opened out an extensive flock ol
All ol which are entirely new and of the Tery
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment of
eWCE., FRINGES, KID 0 LOVES, HOSIERY
nd all article usually kept in a flrat-claia mil.
Mr. Kwander Invites Ihe public tocall and In
spect her atock, whieh she will take pleasure In
showing lo old a well as new custorr eri
For Salo at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 32D-8TRKET AND OHIO LEVEk
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Patty, Bettattse, Gasoline,
WI3STI3 O "W GLASS.
And the celebrated illuminating
BROBfl' DUII.DINO, COR. llTII-HT. a COM
The firm of Miller A Le leur, Thebes, Ills., has
thla day dissolved psrlnersh'p by mu
And it la agreed Hint John Miller of the elore.
aid firm setUe the firm's liabilities, and col'ect
allcUlmsof thotlrm JOHN MILLER,
U. .4. LEDhUH.
Thebes, Ilia., May SI, 1872. .2'J il3l
II. LEVY 4 CO. PAY THE II 10 II EST MARKET
Below will bo found tbo corrected Hit
of prices paid by H. Levy & Co,, for
hides, furs, feathen, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce
Levy & Co. do a very largo trado in their
line, and It la a woll known fact that thoy
always pay tho hlghost prlcos to bo ob
talned In thU mnrkot. They aro now
Mlnk ?2 00 a 2 25
l1.0"!88.1 10 5
Musk Rat r,
Otter 6 00 a 7 00
Bear Skins 3 00 a 0 00
Reaver, per pound 60u7C
HIDES. PER POUND!
,Deer Skins x
Beef Hides, Dry Salt
" " Green Salt
Tallow, par pound
Feathers, " "
Bteswax " "
The above prlc list Is subject to correc
27) a 87)
9 a 12 J
60 a 06
00 a 70
25 a 28
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1872.
Rest Welis bcor at the Thalia. 5-21dt
Go to the Thalia for tho best Wci
beer in town. C-2ldtf
The Bulletin job printing l iietter
and cheaper than that of any office in
tho state of Illinois. We mean what wo
iny. Como and see ui I
A splendid lot of Magnolia and Em
press Ladles' Slipper at Elliott & JIay.
thorn', Commercial avenue. tf.
Who can resist the orrKR. The
Continental Life Insurance Company of
Now York iisue Llfo Policies for $1,000
on any age between 16 and 24, for 6 cents
ft Jay. W. F. Pitcher,
Gen'I. Agt. for Southern Ills.,
Wrn. Ehlcrs, at hlishopon Twentieth
street, opponito the Court House hotel, Is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
ftyle and variety, warranted to give por
feet satisfaction. He keeps genuino French
calf and gives his ctntorncrs all ho prom
Excellent Weiss beer at the Thalia.
Tho Arlington Garden, a delightful
placo of resort, l now ready for visitor.
Tents have been spread on tho green
sward, a high, cloK- fence surrounds tho
garden, and ladles and gentlemen may
enjoy tho finest of Ice cream tnd the cool
et of lemonade, free from tho public gaze.
T, B. Elli, i'rop'r.
City Comptroller's Omen,
Cairo, Illh., June 3, 1672.
In accordance with a resolution of tho
City Counril, proposals will be received
at the City Clerk's office until Friday
noon, June 7, fur running garbage car: in
accordance with tho city ordinance relating
thereto. Said (proposal to bo at 50 much
per month in city scrip.
E. A. Burnett,
M. Burn, proprietor of tho Mechanics'
boarding house, corner Commercial and
Third street,, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that he is now keeping a first-clas hotel
and boarding bouse for tho accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guest, liu has accommodations for
eighty to one hundred people; hn tablo is
well kept, his rooms, light and airy, and
not a bed In the houso that has not either
a snt of springs or a feather bed. 5-lm
S. Walters, the lumber merchant, has
uit returned from an extended tour
through Wisconsin and Michigan, where
he purchased tho largest stock of Yellow
and White Pine ever before brought to
Cairo, and largo supplies of all kinds of
building material used in this market
Mr. Walters mado bis purchases for cash
and can therefore, as bo docs, sell closer
than any dealer in St. Loui, Cincinnati
Louisville, or any whero else on the riv
ers. His steamboat lumber Is of every va
riety, and hit stock is very large, to which
fact the attention of steamboat men is
Keep the Hair Uniilemished. "I
am like an old hcmlook withered at the
top," .aid a venerable Indian Chief, point
ing to his thin and bleaching locks. Thou
sands of men and women in civilized so
ciety," much younger than tho old Sana-
more, aro llko him, "withered at tho top,'
simply because tbey hove neglected to use
the mpans of preserving and beautifying
the hair whichjscionco has placed at thoir
disposal. If Lyon's Katiiairon bo faith
fully applied onco or twlco a day, to tho
fibers and the scalp, it is just as impossi
ble that tho hair should decay, wither, fall
out or becomo harsit ana fuzzy, as that a
meadow, duly refreshed with nightly dews
and sunlit rains, should becomo arid and
barren of green blades. This matchless
preparation not only kcops tho hair alive
and tho skin of tho head In a healthy and
clean condition, but actually multiplies
tho filaments and imparts to them n lustro
flexibility and wavy beauty unattainable
by any other modo of treatment. It does
not, liko the metallic aud sulpliurious hair
dyes, dry up tho natural moisturo of tho
scalp, but supplies nutriment to tho root,
of tho hair and vigor to tho fibers.
400 MEMBERS ADMITTED IN JAN
five hundred and twenty-two mem
hers admitted in march five hun
dred and twenty-six mem hers ad
mitted in april five hundred and
fifty-seven m em hers admitted in
Such is tho rapid growth of
tho Protection Life Insuranco Com
pany of Chicago, working on
tho Mutual contribution plan, nnd hold
ing assets over eight times tho amount nf
its liabilities. Tho cost of a policy In this
company, including tho annual dues for
tho tlrst year, Is but $20 on $5,000, or $14
on $2,600. Medical examination $1.
Tho class system Is entirely
Ignorod all assessments uro based on tho
entlro membership and tho ngo of each
ono at Joining. Only sovon assessments
(belug one dollar each for all membors
between thoagefof 25 and 40' years) havo
boen mado during tho past year ending
This is Insuranco at cost, and woll wor
thy of patronago. For policies or In for
matlon apply to
R. P. KoniiiNi, Ag't.,
6-2eodtf. Protection Life Ins., Co.
DR. D. A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Eniroa IliLiariH. Please nntistince mo n In.
dependent candidate lor a legl.lator In the lower
IIoue dl tho Oeneral Aembly ol this State.
As men in tho days ol honest goTernment had
to announce their i rjnclple a or hobby, as well as
themselves, and appear Mote their constituents
and defend them before Ihey could get office, I
belleTethey aloulado so now, and will .ay to
the roters of Jackson, Union, and Alexander
counties, without awaiting the decision of any
man or party, I am for Horace Oreeley for Presi
dent, anil II. Orali Hrown for Vice President and
endorse the Cincinnati nlatform. I am for a free
scrub race and against tho primary aystem of
electing men to office, I am against the stock
law In this county and foi the repeal of the Ohio
liquor law, I am nr the abolishment of Ihe
grand Jury to Its lowest constitutional limits, and
the reWilon of the truerse jury so that Intelli
gent men shall not be disqualified to sit on It In
eases of felony. I am for free trade, equal
taxation, equal representation, and honest men
In office, eren If I hare to be defeated lo gat
them there. It- a. Paaata. If
Mr. Vat'Ox, lit.., April 11, 1ST2.
Editor Cain Bullttin .
Ui Sia Please to announce me at a candi
date for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern
Grand Dlrlsl n ol Illinois. Thenewconstilutlon
provides that the Cle-ks ol the fiupreme Court
shall hereafter be elected at the November elec
tion. Instead of the June election as herelore.
The successor of the present incumbents are
to be elected this coming fall, but will not qualify
uuiu ine present terms expire In 1873.
H. A. It. WIL1IANK8,
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS I
ROIlEUTWOOD. TIIOa'.H. ROOT.
ROBERT WOOD A CO.
I,n Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
FOUNTAIN FLOATING SrTANB
1TATUARY -WATER LILIES..
DUCKS TURTLES, Ac
For Decorating Fountains,
VERANDAH.?, bl'MMER HOI'SE',
IRIIORS, CHAIRS. HETTEBrf, Ac., Ac.
NEW STYLE WROL'OHT-IRON KAILINn for
Front of Hou-e and Csmeterles, Never before
CsST AND WKOUr.llT-lRON RAILINGS for
Public buildings and Siuares, Cemetery Lots,
and Garden Fences, Ilakonles, Roof Creating
etc., in great varlxty of Patterns.
IRON T.IR. bpira! uml straight, ol various
Patterns and at) les. bpial allmion given this
cla-s of work
LAMP I'OsTH, for Fronts of Public Buildings,
Hotels, and City Mrccu, ol Plain and Elaborate
S I AHLE FITTINGS, of Castand Wrought-Iron,
of New Improved Styles, such as Hay Hacks,
Stslt Divisions, Mangers, Harness Brackets, Gutter-,
Traps, Venttlsiors, lie.
WIRE WORK of every description. Wire
Guards of Crimped Wire.Gatvaulted r Painted,
in ('lain or Ornamental Patterns, for Store Doors
or Winnows, factory and Warehouse Windows,
Railings for Offices, Hanks, Counter Railings,
llalcoule-. Lawn sod Farm Fences, Ac, Ac
(itTEi for entraiico ta Orneterie-. Public
Squares aid Gentliiien's Country Stat-, of Gas
Tubing or Wrought-lron, both slcgle and double,
in elaborate ati'i -Imnle designs,
DRINKING FOUNTAINS, lor street Use-. A
very larae assortment of ilrslcns exnri--klv far
CA-.T-1KON URINAL BOXES, for public parka
and cilv street.
Uv AI. ASf, latest stvles, centennial pattern.
HITCHING P04T3. Jocker. Coolie. Hinhn in, I
Our Home Advertisers.
HARDY & GREEN WOLD.
Wasiiiiotov Avrsf?, C'oa. 7th Siaxri,
Keep en hnnd a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Mifes' and Children's Gaiter and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They are also prepared to supply Ladies and
Gentlemen with the BEST OK SHOP WORK, at
gurei that defv comDetlllon. i-Ulf
(Successor to P. Saup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commeicial Avenue,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
V. I). BEXFORD Proprietor
Cor. Ohio Levee & Second St.,
Ilaerage conveved to and from the Depot frse
ot charge. cltc9-tf,
MEN WANTED !
E X T R A 1 DU CEMENTS!
The Cairo & Si. Louis R. R. Co. want .'oo men
at once, to worlc on the linn of their road in
Alexander county, Irom S to l.' miles north ot
PRICES. For station work, light fill, twenty
cents (,'Hie.) per yt rd. Choppers, (f 2 U)) two dol
lars nnd Mflr cents per day. Day men on crane,
t$i US) two dollars and twenty-five cents per day.
Hoard ft eo per weet. Prompt payments in cash
CRUMDleed by the Company.
Apply lo JOHN MUI.VEY, Sup't on the work.
SUTTER Si BIERWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
NT. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and ground Glass
of every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH
WORK. aW Orders from all parta of the country
promptly ntiended to. S-al dAw .lm
A victim nf early Indiscretion, causing nervous
debility, prematuie decay, etc., having tried in
vain every advertised remedy, has discovered
simple tneausof self-cure, which he will send
fie to his fellow suflerers, J, U, Reeves, No. 7
Nassau street, New Tork. autftwly
W. H. MORRIS,
No. Pub. and V. B. Com
1 1ST S XT IRE.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVESTOCK,
Asset . ft.HI.VA 7
NORTH AMERICA, PA
Assets 12,783,000 00
Asset ..., $2,644,210 72
Assets -m. - .ll,78l,t48 SC
INTERNATIONAL, N. V
Asset 11,353,838 17
Assets $706,937 00
Assets I313.C73 88
Assets IMJ.278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets fi0,0 o
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Asset 30,0(i0,non i
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD. LIFE AND
Asets SI.SnoOM no
RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE
Assets CJ0,62 UO
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio I.cs;p,
City National Hank. CAIRO, ILL.
TEUTON I A L I F E INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. HUCK, -C.
A. C. Kksing,
Chas. We.vtiie, Chas. Veroiia,
Francis Lackner, Chas. Daeoli.vo,
C. Hib.ch, Wm. Reinuardt,
The best organized and securest company in
the northwest. The only company which guar
antees a cash surrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
S-2MW forCaUroamd vicinity
FIRE AND MARINE
niaoara, n, v.,
OERMANIA, N. V.,
HANOVER, Jf. Y.,
Assets 726 t2 00
REPUBLIC, Jf. Y.,
Assets .. 714,926 00
Comprising the Underwriters' A&ency,
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Assets 878 404 SI
VZREMEN'S FUND, 8. F.,
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Stores, Dwellings, Furniture. Hulls and Car
goes, Insured t rates as fvirablt as sound, per
manent security will warrant. .
I respectfully ask of Hie citlsena ot Cairo,
shareof their patronage.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest nolle.
Conimercial-av, bet. 10th and llfti-sta.,
Chas. Uhoeumoyer. Wm. Schick
CHAS. SHOENMEYER & CO.
All ordets promptly ntiended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OF WASHINGTON AV
ENUE AMD TXNTU BT.,,
p. O.Drwrl3. uMfi
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AY
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S.
THIS HOUSE IS SEWLY FITTED UP WITH
"JENNY LIND" TABLES,
SUITABLE FOR ALL KINDS OF
THE SALOON IS STOCKED WITH
THE BEST BRANDS
Our Home Advertisers.
t'OMMIHMION AMD fORWAKIllNU.
Z. D. MATHL'93.. B. 0 .fill.
MATHUSS k UHL,
Commissi on Merc h ants
HAY AND WESTERN PKODUCf
XO. C4 OHIO i.kvki:.
MILLER & PARKER,
FOR WARDIN G MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUH, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANK S SCALES,
hloO Iyce. CAIRO. II.USOIN.
.1. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccessors to E. Ii. Hendricks A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
W II A R F- BO AT PROPRIETORS.
jKS Liberal Advancements made elY
W35s upon Consignments. 42Z?4
Are prepared to receive, storp nnd forward
freights to all points and buy snd
sell on commission,
WBuslness ailended to prnmplly.
JOHN B. PHLLIS k SON,
(Successors to John II. Phlllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LE VK
llr virtue of an execution to me directed bjr
Ui- Clerk oflhoCircultCourl of Alexaoder coun
ty, In the stntH of Illinois, In favor of the people)
of the state ol Illinois, Mr the use of Thorns
Lewis and agnlnst Joel O. Morgan,' William J.
Allen, Patrlrlc Reilly. Beinard Smith and John
1. Ilarman, I have levied upon Uie following
described property, lo-wlti Lota nnmhered
.nri.p ani uiirteen. liaj, in diock naniHin
w (I), In the city of Calm, in said county and
slate, ks the property of said Bernard Smyth)
which I will oiler at public sale, at the' south
TS". Vl"'. of court hoits-. In said city, on
the Mth dij ol June, A. D. 1K7J, between the)
hours ol nine o'clock a.m. and aunset of said
clay, rorcah, to sstlsty said execution.
. . ALEX. II. IRVII,
r. , ?,?er"!.n, Alexander Couaty, Illinois.
Cairo, HI., May M, r,i.
NO I ICE: Hy virtue of an or.ler and decree of
the circuit court or Alexander county, Illinois,
made on the petition of the under-igned, almln
l"tntor de lonts non of the e.tatu of Charles
hurts, deoes.ed, for leave to sell the real estate
of said ilece.e,. at the April term, . D. 1873, of
a'd court, I shall on the eth dsy of June, A. D.
'2. between tne homs of 10 o'clock a.m., and
I o'clock, p.m., of said dsy, sell at publlo sale,
at the door ot ihe eourt house In the city of
Cairo, in said county and atate, the following
described real e.tnte, situated In the city fCalro,
county of Alexnniler and slate of Illinois, to- wit:
Lot number ten (ID) and rive feet off the east
Ide of lot number eleven (II) In block num
bered lwenly-lhrecy(2n) as the same are known
an I described on tlw recorded map, or plat, of
said city ol Cairo.
The payments to Ik? made as follows t Ons-hslf
cAsh In hand, the balance in six months from
day of sale, the pureht-er to give his note bear
ing six per CMii, interest, seen ed by a mortgs
with ioer of sale, on the premises aold, to se
cure tho unpaid portion nf the t urcha-e money.
Adminl-trator de bonis non of the citato of Char
les Kurtz, deceased.
April isih, 172. 5-25w0
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS
COM PAN i
CLOSE & VINCENT,
IDDE-cYIEIRS 12r lilltTB,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
PLASTERER'S 11 AIR,
Cornrr Kla-htti Ntreet anil Ohls I.evee,
ARE COMPOUNDED IN THE
INCOME AND SEE FOR YOUR
SELF. They keep on hand a fine stock of
COLD WEIS BEERr
AND HOLLAND HERRINGS
Are spread morning and otnlng
JLT 3jTI3TB3 O'OTjOOKT,
At which all are invited t partake
FREE OF CHAftCrE:
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer ia Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-avc.,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
No. 76 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,,
SWRpeciat attention given to consignment on
NOTICE OT CONDEMNATION OF LANDS FOR
RIOI1T OK WAY.
To Kiiireno Lcuren, Jiimes II. Roberts, Hannah
(I. Mather, Thorns S. Mather, William C, Ma
ther, Julia Croft, Charles Crotl, Eliphlett Brown,
Cleopatra Ilroun, Jlr. Frances J. Wallace,
Mrs. .M.irv J. Ilaker, John Baker, William F.
HMI.n'f, Edaard If. Wallaoe. Chsrles B. Wal
lace, France- Wallace and unknown owners) and
per-ons liming n Interest In the hereinafter
described lands siiunie In tho county ut Alex
ander, In the stato of Illinois i
THr 0Tlrt, That the Cairo and St, Louis Rail
road Company havx tiled their petition In the
ottice ol tho Clerk ofthe Circuit Court of Alexan
der cutinlv. Main of Illinois, pravini the appoint
ment of ttiren disinterested free. holders of aald
county as Commissioners, to ni the compensa
tion m, ne inH'in in iiifuwners, as wen as to assess
thedAiiinge,l fany.u hlch may result Irom the con
striiullon and ue of their railroad r,y the taking of
airlp iiflamlone hundred feet widolorrlght of
y nr road trai k 'Ver an I cioss tho folluwmz
desrtlbvd trail- and parcels ollind lying I in said
Alexan ereountv, to-wit' I'he mv qr ot the seqr
sec. 7, ti II, r I wrst , the north east qr ofthe
se qr of se 'ii, tp !, r'2weti thee i of sec
U, ti IS, sr2 et; ihaseqrof thonvqr, sec 1,
tp lo, tt 2 e-t ; thw w i.j and se qr of tho nw qr,
find the 'Sst h II of the sw qr of sec l, tp 18, sr
1 et , t f i JJ nnd se qr ol tho ne qr of sec 30
tp li, r I west the o )i ut tho se qr oi sec 30, In
tp HI r I f-i; Iheswqrof the nw qr sec 4, tp 17,
sr I w . the qr ne qi sec A And the nw qrsw qr
. I tii 17, -r I ue-t and school lot No. dl in ne
ir siv 16 tn 17 sr 1 w
And, that said railroad comniny, on the 24th day
of June, A, 1 1. Is72, at ten o't'lork a. 111., will make
application Id Hon, Fredolln Bross. Judce ol the
County Court of i-aid Cn inty, at the ottice of the
sa d Clerk In lh oily of Cairo In said county, lor
the appointment nl such Commi aioner lor the
rurpors ufori'sald, an'l to tlx n. tm and place for
he fust mertlnir of said Commissioners, when
nnu Hiieroynii csn auenu, n you tninic
as owner, cln mnnl or nortv interested in
aliovede-crilMil tracts of hind or say of them
jiaipdir.is -mi nay oi .May, in.i.
OAI'IO A ST. LOUIS KMLHOAD COMPANY.
.v:m.iw Hy W. Moaatsox, Atty.
General Commission Merc Uant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccessors toStratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
, ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.
Estate of 11. P. II. Canister, deceased
Th undersiicned hnvinu ben appointed ad-mlnl-tralor
ofthe estate of II. P. U. Canister,
t.itn of the county of Alexander, and late'ot tt
Mnols, (leeeiised, hereby gives notice that he will
s))iar betore the county court of Alexander
vousty, at the court house in Cairo, at the June
lerir, on the third Monday in June next, at
which irae all per-ons having claims against
esel estate are notified and requested ' attend
for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indented to said estate are requested
to uiaKe immeuiaie paynu'uiio ino unuarsixueu.
au-ii tins 2d uy oi JiAy, a. i. io,.
RI, 4d minittrator.
PAIL U. NC'HUU, AST'S.
Ilutctier HUtl Itenlerlu nil kluit i'rexh
COHNVK NINCT1T.MS AND Pon.AX StBtrTS,
Ilnvs and slauuhti rs only the very heat cattle.
hogs and sheep, aod Is prepared to till any de.
nisnii jor iresn iiici- hvui vuv puuu. ... ini
Ihnusaiid pcunds. ilec'.iltt.
ii AVE proved, from the most ample exper
ii lence, an entire success I Simple Prompt
Emcient and Reliable. Thev are the only mJI
cin perfectly adapted to popular use so sim
ple that mistakes cannot be made in using them;
an harmless as to be free from danger, and ao
efficient as to boalwajs reliable. Tkey have rais
ed the highest commendations from all, and will
always reader satisfaction.
I, Cures t'ct'rJ. congestion, fnflammitiona.23.
ii. Worm, worm fever, worm colio....U
Crsliiv-eolic or teething ot infants.. .24
lllrrliue, of children and adulta...26
Isyatentery, gilping, li'llous colic. 26
C'balerra-tiiorbus, vomiting.... .25
t'lialern. colds, bronchllua.........2S
.ciir..lKl, toothaclio, faceache-.SS
llendfsrhes, aii-k headaobe. vertigoil
Iljmpepkla' b, lions slomaobv....-.2A
Niipurcel,or nalniul periodae
vA ltllesi, too profuse perioJs aa
Croup, cough, diftlcult breathmg.24
Halt Itlientn, Eryelpelas. KreptionsSS
Khsumallsm, rlieumailc puna 2S
ver and Avne, chill lever, agueaM
I'llen. blind or bleeding M
stphtblrmy, and sore nr weak eyesM
fatarcli. acute orehrouio, InfluenseSS
Aatiinia, oppressed breathing ....... 60
Knr IMecbartjea, Impaired RearingM
Nerolsila.enlarged glands, awellingtW
SJeuomJ Debility, physical weak-
nrss .... .- . M
liropay and scanty Secretions......... 60
Hen Nlekxteaa.slckness from ndlnaSi
Hldney-lllseeae, Oravel 64
Nervous Ueblllfy, seminal eraio-
ons.Iutoluntarv discharges 00
i'l veUozea, wlta one Si via. of powde-
rory necessary in serious caai...o 00
Assre Moutb, canker 60
I'rlexury Weabtteaa, welting sd60
IsjslHfM ferjoda, with iiium M
uMerliiBNit change of life..........l 00
Kullepey ,Siaama, bliVltus'danc J 00
IMulbertoulc, tuated sore throat 60
or sti t so larn ths ran ran a
or rosewood rjaa, rontalHlaur as
epeeltte tor every oaeUnary iflav
eaNeafHniily Uaubiect to, ajpel
books orUlrectloeaw .......from tlOtoSJH
Hmaller family and Travettsss; ca-ca,
2U to 8S vials ...irom ItMM
Speoitic lor all Private Ulseeies,
Ixilli for Citrfnax and ror Fretreas-
uis ireaimeni, iu viaiaaud pocket
cases..... ,..$a t
Cures Burns. Bruises. Laments.. Soreness. Rora
Throat, Sprains, Toouhache. Earache, Neuralgia,
niii'iiiiiHiisiu, 1.UII1IIHKO, t'liea, nous, Btings,
voro Eyes, Bleeding of the Lungs, Nose, atom-
aru, or oi i iiesiuorns, uicera, uil Bores.
1'rice, aoz.,6u eta.; rinta, ll.oi); (Joarts, l-76,
SMS'Theso remedies, except Pond Extract,
by the case or slngle box, are sent lo auv part ot
thfcouhtrr, by mall or express, tree of charge,
on receipt ut (no price. Address '
IIOUEOPATI1IC MEDICINE CO,
Ortlce and Depot, No, M,2 Broadway, New. Tork,
FOR HALE BY P. SC1IUH, 0AIR9, Ilia,
AND DIALXB IN
Eiquth Street, Between Wasuinoton
and Commercial Avenues,
AflJaititaseT Bl 'Satsltasiaa aad Hatssty's.
Keep the best or Beef. Pork, Mutton Veal,
Lamb; Sausage, etc., nd are prepared to serve
cthseas la tba most acceptable maner,
A flue atock of Watches, Clock, Jewelry, sail
Spectacle. Partlrular attention given to all
kinds of watch repairing. The publia are selwi
ted to callVtd compare price en i clurge. role
agent for Karl Zlrometman'e eslebtaldu wauie.
Aa Bnwtch they ere equal lo say, sad ex
celled by xtosus la UI aserket. presila
sTatchesasaeeialtT ts say