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CAIKO CITY BINDERY,
f. W.PYATT e CO.,
Proprletnie,
AxND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER'
sulU-tl Bunding, 0or.t ?n 8lrM
Cairo, IUlnoii
r J-Countv end M.llr.i.lWrlc a BpecUlty
CJIH'J TCSTOFFICE.
imcic Iloinis-rTO.n 7:30 a.m. to B:I)
p.m.; Sunday irom 7toJH.m. Money
Order K:M) a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Uoi
Arrivm.
P.M.
'J:0S
I M.
t.U.
I II :? J Mlnols Ontrel ft R
Too
2:00
6:00
1:00
lll'IKi
i ,. 1 1 v
1 0:1(0
Uiss. Central U U
Daily.
Cairo A VWenocs
it u Umly.
(niro, Arkans-is ft
Teliae II tt-llly.
Ohl "ivT lloute
Daily nc't Monday
Mini. River Koala
I'd. Hun. Tu. Frl,
Ilown.Tu.Thu Pat.
Thebee Koule
Frlilay A Hatiirday
10:00
10:
6:00
1:0(1
,isl
6:00
ii. W. McKsaiq, P. M.
5T. LOTJIS.IRO MOUirTAIN
riKr"Hf ."-'"..
ixpre.s uirS.es at am. '.iii7- :".. lu.
ivinninodnllnn travel tu.ro .liily 2 .1)0 a.m.
i.oinu Ijiiuu arrivm. daily (except
himdav) - 11 :'). m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS It. R
Tim
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
GiT. LOUIS i
TMiv. trains of thin rompar.y conuect lit St
1. I'. ami Kasl "I. IxjuIh, wi'h nil other
te to the Aorlli, IhI nnd Went.
TIMK HCIIEDI'LE
.lave Cairo x::uia.m.
V.ri re at s t . Louis - - ' P
ltl East St. Louis - - :l"-e.m
Irriv at Cairo- - :"p.m.
w ii. m;kki..vnu, -
Ticket and freight Agent, Cairo.
.1 WEST lcoiral Passenger Agent.;
J. AbLLL, Agent at Cairo
j&IRO & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Routo
TO EVANSVILLE,
47 Miles the Shortest to
lots, mm mwm
AND WASHINGTON.
34 Miles the Shortest to
AND BOSTON.
-AND-
fllX HOURS SAVED
V uVLIt TI'.VtN O
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Samo Connections,
itni'jnirora by olher routes to make
Oouaaotione rnuat ride all niirnt wait
ing from One to Six Hours nt
email country stations for
trmrs of conuett.nK roada-
Rsnembnr that fnct and take our
G:OJ a. m. Traiu.-rcaching
' k'ui.lllii lM4itt.jitt.ii u,in.l tVi.li
SAM LAY.
i Tr doa 1. sn I arrive at Cairo. ss follow:
u:i S.'O a. ID
i;....l
7 . in.
lll:'l p. in.
!';! '. in.
aluil arrives
riiM'i'ii t.:W:U a.i ! i-ln-c'ii to nil Imp-itant
t, A. WILLEB, U. L. MOHRILL,
ini' I'ara.As't. Giititrnl Sup
L. II. I llUltCII.
lUB. AKi'Ilt.
A Roponitory of FaaHlon, FltnaurB
aid Instruction. "
Harper's Bazar.
MXSTKATKD.
uoTitM or Tin rnEss.
For strictly hoiwlmld mattwa aniMrvoa, IUh
I'kii'b Hr.Aiii BttoxflhtT tl.e ln:t IhiiiK
luliwl. Tnlake it iH iimiti'r ol enonniiiy. No
liuly f in adunl to liewitlmiit it, for the iulonini
tion It (fives will Mvclii-r very much mure money
than ihe nulnrriptlon iri, LeKiriea arivinir tlie
liousrhold an liuei-c tuig hterury visitor. c hi-
llAni'KH rt IIazar l iirnftlTly illimtruteJ, an,)
ruiitaina utorics, iorms( skelchrH, uwl Fwnya ol
a raont attractive chnructor. lu ila liter
ary and artistic fenturi', the Haiizak in miiiiir.
tiunabty ilie liext journal of lu kn n in the couu.
i, j-, ut.i.luy Kvtnilltt t'UZ -tie li Itou.
atajj r.') ti all Subaoribera in tlie
United States.
IlABPin'g Kakzar, ont year 4 00
$4 t0 inclmlea iim aymtn, r V. S. iiobUiri! uy
II le imullnhers.
NiibsrripiiniiatoIlARi'iiii't Maoaxikk, Wkkk
LV, Bud Maiaii, to ononililruaii fur one year, fU'i
or, two of lliiriwi'a reriodicuU, to ono adiiix'ss
fur one year, ii out poatu(r lrefl.
An Kxtrit Copy of eltlicr fie AliiRnxIno, Wcnk
ly. or IttlZtir will he ftimnlirtl trmfiA fir everv
OlubofFlVi WiBHomiiBHS at W o each. In ono
Kiiiliioiic! or, mix C'oiiica for$i0 oo, without
i xl in copy; postnge free.
hack Niiinlieraeaii he mppllcd at any time.
The Volumes ot the Uazaii nniimrni'i with
the year. When no time la mentioned, It will
uc unuerwoou iimi inesiioseriiicrwishesto coin
nience with th number next alter the rtccipt ol
liia order
The Annual Volumes of IIaiu'ku'h Bazak. In
ncnt oloth binding, will be neat by express, free
of expense, fi r IT 0o each. A complete (Sel,
eolliprisioK volumes, sent on receipt oi
muh h rate ufl'i 2i per volume, freight at
exitaMOt liurcru-rer,
Cluiu ousts fur eui'U volume, tiitublc for bind
tl o wll beacnt by nu ii.ptwtpuid, on receipt ol
$1.00 each.
Indexes .0 (nch ToUmme tent ffratll on receipt
"'Newspapers me not to copy tlilaadvertlsement
wiibui "xpreaa ordur ol IUiu-ib 4 Ukoth-
wtl',En8BnOTHKItl.New York.
ropuhrilHistrntedook(2f)Opacs-)or!
Manhood 1 Womanhood 1 MarkiaokI
Impedimenta to Marriugcj the cause
and euro. Sent securely enU,d, post
paid for r,o cents, by Dr. C. Whittier,
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
the great specialist. Read hit workt.
voL
9.
SJItc tt!Ufut.
Key.
lli ln,t:iiiialrr uriivriil i:xlI"a
Wliitl'lllH Noil til WHilll.
Tint I'nitod atittt'8 poctul commission,
wliiili li no'V on u Visit to Charlotte,
North t.'tiroliiiii, wits accompanied to
Unit town by I'o-tniiistcr (Junurul Key,
At it rcci.'ptioii is I vi ii to thu coiuini"8ion
on May W.h, -Mr. Key tnuilo tho follow
in": ief;ch :
Mv Fitii'.NDS Tlio position I occupy
U mi anomalous one. Ti n months iio
to tlie ticstot my ithility 1 vvm cuhvush
!n in TeniU'Hs'w.', tirs;liix tlie i-lcctlon ol
huiiiui:l J. TlMi-ii to tho prositli ncy ol
tiiu Lulled .State, unci now 1 llnd myself,
to my own surprise, and 1 have no doubt
to j ours uWo, it conllduiitiid olllcer timl
nu mber of the ciibin" ot liiulieiford U.
II aye. lit", w i -"vIouh to tlmt
election I . .'Vifl; in.. ; Ucnwicrjt
I 'M), Mill ye', ri iv.iily ;'uleraliil,
tln-ufVirv. V,1" 'n.ityfi -W
onf -in!.' , v... .-fa)' ' ,n a
jjolllici'! 1 n.l '.d view. When tho T0-liij-tiUijii
vv;n mii'lii to tue vi livn I wa
ri'iiueateU to Ivcome a memlxr of Mr.
I lay t a' cabinet, uiy Inclination vu to de
clino it, and 1 liuve no doubt n great
iimtiy of tbe people ot the .South thought
1 would do ao, A very short reflection,
however, brought mo to a tlilTereiit con
clusion. 1 thonolit whin the prei-ideut
ot the L'tiiu-d Suites ext. .nih il ins hand
to the people; of the South through
ino it wai my duty to receive that hand,
le-t millions ol the Sjitth might be suf
Icn r, w liereas it I madu a minttiku there
would be no sullerer but myself and as
untK'Uiict d at the I iint', us is well known
throughout the wholo country
1 i.cciptid the positioti in the
cabinet of the president of the
United States with the similo intention
ol a-i-Uting the people ol the houtli il I
could to regain nunc of lint gtound that
they have lost (luring tlie last lew years.
Tlie president nunired no pledge or
promise ol me ; I went into his cabinet
without any instructions and ns Inde-H-iideiit
in any uiember ol it. and was re
ceived into his sreret council-, and would
h ive been in his Co'.licil to-day bad 1
been in Washington City. This whs a
most extraordinary coiilideuco O'l the
part of the administration, and one which
1 never w ill betray. This position Is of
course embarrassing ; yet it Is my duty
to a-ssist in eiipponing and building up
the viiniiiistrution, if 1 can, rather than
seek to dr.-troy it. As the president
s.iys. I take It that there is no iliflerence
v. fiether a man is a K' 'publican or a Dem
ocrat, he nrves his party hot who
serves Ids country ticst."
T ins is not my trip. The postal com
mUsioti lias already made one trip. The
cliiiiruiaii, who has just ad.lrcssetl you,
a-ked me to uci oiiipiiny tin in. He told
me that lie had discovered that the mail
service in the Southern states was very
dWeciive, and stood in great need ol im
provement. I was glad lo accept the in-
itatiou to come and see these things lor
myself and the people of tlie South, ami
become satisl'n d of the wants in this
branch ot tlie public ervlec. Ttic gentle
man who preceded me thinks this has
In en ilite greatly to the fault ol the
North. I think it is not altogether so,
and Jet I i'o not olaine. the South. !
I, uii d ns we wi re in the late contest, the
South li lt some modesty in making do
imindA on tlie general government.
Alter a lapse of twelve years it becomes
our duty to build up ""f waste places
and m ike our IHd blossom ns tlie rose,
and it is the duty of the people ol tlie
South, ns meiiilier ot this great union,
to tteumiid of the government their share
of the hi ni lits ol the government.
These Yankees are a wonderful people.
One of Hi-gentlemen has told you how
tliev ai t annr-'liriatioiis Irom the govern
mei'it. ho.v they have gone Into the
northwest and established these post
route, how they make tho stage driver
a pi s'mas'.er ot one point mid tho hostler
at another. Kvory route they so procure
leads to an npprot-rlaton of money.
Ivich extensien of these routes Itinure to
the hem lit id the people upon them. We
cannot have the perfect service of the
north and the northwest, because com
merce patronizes their routes, and tluy
have smoother and better ro'ids. They
e:in nllbrd to niako better time. Our
lines, like the balance of the Southern
world are having a h'ird time. The great
thing the South needs is what Is called
the "Ptar service"' route, extuid
ing not hy nillroiiils and steam
boats, but from cross road to cros road
to the people ol the country. The law
declares railroads and nuvigablo streams
to lie post routs; but this "slow service,"
t hese horse routes t hat intersct our coun
try nro established by nets of congress,
and it is for the people ol tills community
to tell t' p commission what route you
want established. It is your duty. In
other words, to do this. The commis
sion will then lay the matter before con
gress, nnd then it Is tho work of your
congressmen to get tho appropriation
granted. Don't give them any rest until
they get the bill through. That Is what
tliey lire there for. to carry ont the de
sires ol their constituents. The commis
sion will recommend tlmt you get your
rightlul share, no more mid no less,
lint I llnd, mv friends, and mttt beg
pardon, that 1 nm turning the time ot
the commission. I thank you, my friends,
tor your attention.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
Ann
Dealer m Fresh Meat
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Waahlnirton nd'.Oommerol
Avnnei, adjoining; Hanny'a.
WJErteSS
1 i n o tor sale the beet Beef, Pork, Mutto
XV Veal, Kimo, sausage, ao.
and la o
1 t
faml Hits In an
aiwnitntile ma-"I
CONSUMPTION
POSITIVELY CURED
All sutforers Irom this disease that are
anxious to bo cured should try Dr. Kiss-
ner's Celebrated Consumptive Powders.
These powders are the only preparation
known that will euro Consumption and all
diseases of the throat and lungs Indeed,
so Strong Is our faith in them, ntid also to
convince you that they are no humbug, we
will forwurd to overy suOerer, by mall
nostDuld. a free trial box.
We don't want your money until you are
perfectly satisfied ol their curative powers.
If you life Is worth saving, don't delay In
givirj, mese powucrs a trial, as tucy wii
surely cure you.
Trice, lor lurgo box, fit. sent to rny part
of the United States or Canada by mall on
receipt, ui jiritt), a duress,
M A8H & BOBBINS,
300 Fulton Street, Breoklyn, N. Y,
OttM, SullotlA I3-ali4J.ii.aT. Cerxxo Xrvalitlx Btraot auad Waab.lxs.rten, Avtaui.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS SUNDAY, JUNE 5 1877.
STEAM nOATK.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
-V0B--
Paducah. Bhawneetawn, Evans-
villo, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The eb.xaut Me-wb'l ateamer
ARKANSAS BELLE,
AAI.TM P. I'MNKrOTu"-
.UAutJta l'anai"iiia -;"fV
Witt lTe Cairo every V, Xll.x
o'clock d. to.
r".i0W ottorfn
The fleet steumer
IDLEWILD,
Mix Howard..
...ItusUr
tu. I110MA. Clerk
Leaves Cairo every SATCUDAY
Each boat toskea close connection) at Cairo
with firot-uaaa steamers for bt. Louis, 41 eru
phiaandNevr Orleans, and at KvansvUle with
the K. A C. H. it. for ail points Norta and East,
end with the Louisville Mail Steamers fossil
points on the l'pjer oliiu, RiviuK tlirnughre
ec'ipui on freight and passeuxers to all pointf
trihuury
l or urther Information apply to
JAMES itliiiii, Pasnenger Agent.
HAI.L1UAYHKOS., jArent.
J. M. 1'HILUl'H, AKenta.
Or to G. J. G11AM1IEK,
Superintendent and Uvneral I reight Agent,
lo-j-io-lv. tvausviilu Indiana.
lOAh
PITTSBURGH.
PARADISE,
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
A50
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL
Orders for Coal dt the car-load
;,on, or in nogBneads, lor atnpmoni
aromptiy attenaea to.
WfTo large consumers and a
manufacturers, we are prepare
V supply any quantity, Dy tn
sonth or year, at uniform rates.
CA1E0 CITY tOAl COMPANY.
Rulllilay Bro.'P ifflce, No,. TO Ohio Lcvoe
Ilalliduy llro 's wharl'hoat.
I
I
r
At kirvotian Mills, or
At tlie Coal Dump, foot of Tnuty-Klgnth
9'reet
ll'oal Offle Drearer.
C. HAIWY,
DKAI.KIt IN
Prints,
Muslins,
Domestics,
GROCERIES
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syruu,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slato Hoo&rs
JSlNXZA.. Z2LXa.
jlooflng and Guttering a Speoialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty In
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stovos
and Tinware.
JohhinB Promptly Down.
Notice.
Public notice is hereby Riven ti the heirs
of DsniolM. Jones, deceased, and to all
other persons whom it may concern, that
will apply to the county court ol Alexan
dercountv. Illinois, on tho luth day of Juni
1H77. of the June term lb77 of stfd court
to be hold an at the court house In
Cairo, In said county, on tho third Mou.
dsv ol June 187. for sn order ol court ait'
thorir.lng tbe undersigned to sell and com
nnund tha Jesoorato notes and accounts,
claims and demands due tho estate of
Daniel M. Jones, deceased.
Belinda Jones,
June 5, 1877. dtd Administratrix.
Coal
Goal
BASKS).
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869.
CITY NATIONAL BANS, CAI30
rFicmns :
A. B.HAITOKD, President.
8.8. TA VbKi vice PresWout.
W. HISLCl'i Sco'Tand Treasurer
piaacroas:
P.W, Barcla',
r. M. STOCKTBTn,
B. 11. Clitsi7ia
CnAS. Galioiixr,
pAUtO. Hciiim,
II. I.. ILallidat,
PutLLirg.
IKTEUEBT psl on deposits at the rate of sis
percent, peranum, March 1st and Septcm
wrist. Intereanot withdrawn is vldeil irume
llately to tha prtcipal of tbe deposit!, thereby
(tvluil them co mound interest
Harried Woien and Children may
Deposit loney and no one
else an draw it.
f
ffc. . j.mur""0il "t'0 4. 'i 'liV.
ULwilay rtom9a.rn. toUp.m.
av evenlnit fur aavlaca denoalt only
1. I
roro t) to H o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. Treasmrar.
Ilroaa, Prealdent.
eu', vice 1'rta't.
H. Wens, Cashier.
T.J. berth, Asst. aeh'r
Corner Commercial Are. and 8t Street
OAIZIO, XXjXsS.
DIUECroRS.
K. Ilross, Cairo. Wm. Kluee, Cairo.
1. .Sen", Cairo. W in. Wolfe, Cairo.-
A, Susanka, Cairo. K. I.. Iiillingslcy,t. Louis.
E. lluder, Cairo. H. Wd Is, Cairo.
i'. M. Krinkman.sjt. Ixjuia,
J. Y. Clemson, Ctleduuia.
k Cenernl Hanking; Bnalnesa Done.
rjrExchange aold and boight. Interest paid
n the .Savings Department. Collections mode,
ndaJl business ururuutly attended to.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLIHOS.
CAPITAL - - $100,000
orricsas
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
HtNUY L. HALLIDAY, Vice Prtal.
A. n H AFFORD, Cashief,
iTAHKt llYiiLOP. Ass't Cashier.
DIBKCT0R8 '.
8TAAT8 TATLOO. It. II. Ct7 rltrOHAM.
II L. Haixiday, VV. P. Hali.idai
1). Williamson, Stephen Hihd,
A B, Satfokd,
Exchange, Coin and United States
nonas iiougnt ana sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
business done
lXHrBANCK.
INSURANCE.
5 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES
General
Insurance Agonts
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Banit Bnildiag, up-iuiri.
'he Oldest Eatabllahed Agency In Soutr "
ern Illlnoia, repreaentinaT ovr
onn nnn
FIRE
The Southern Hotel burned d own, and
yet how many people carry their own
risks, (Jo at once to Henry Wells, lietieral
AL'cnt. anil have your property insured at
Lowes r hates.
. 1 ho loss of
LIFE !
In this terrlnle St. Loais fire was treat.
Obtain a Lite Insurance Poller t once.
since one-tenth ol all tho ilcndis In the
United States is tho result of accidents.
ihis is no
MARINE!
Story put forth lor the occasion, hut is
t ikon trom tabulir stituments, tbo reliabil
ity oi wutcn can not oe impeached.
INSURANCE COMPANIES
British Amerioa, As seta $1,130,000
Millville Mutual. . 1 nn nnn
Union, of Phila. . . 360,000
Firemen's of Dayton " - 420,000
New fengland Lutual Life, 37.700,000
iinnoia mason a .Benevolent aoolety
IkOprcsented by
BENBY WELLS,
Ueneual Insurance Aoent.
None lint Ronmt mill Iionrst Com-
imulea Itepreaeiued.
OFFICE-In the Alexin-W County Ilank.
i Hit; Hil :',;:;:
St. Louis, Mo.
(EslfcdinlSSS.)
rHOS. A.EICE, A.M.L. L.B.,
IAS. KICE, a. U.,
I, H, HUKWOOD,
I'rlii
riuclpals
FULL LIFE SCHOLAHSHIPJ $81 CO
a raoT rm,,leie. Tliorouih anil i'nutlo
JM course of stiiily In the Untied 8utea a
course Indlsiienslblc f every young man eni-
burklug on the set ot me.
For IllttitrAtod, .Circular,
iAddrees,
THOS. A. KICK, A. M..L. I,. It..
Octlt.illv Presblcnt.
11 7-sVt '"klnils, Ouna A ItmsaWt
KHll lilt IM'Vt .!. aiunner in. il. lur i-l. (Uu.iR
klUI U1IU10 Wl.iri:n.S viCN wottka, Cbiuaio, ju
IllWIli
'THE WASHINGTOIH CITY ROUTE"
mmw ci ?, i
HIE SHORTEST. QUICKEST
AND
ONLY DIRECT EOUTE
TO
Washington
and Baltimore
With direct Connections for
AND
THE SOUTHEAST
PI
rcnistntrnricTf -y-i
. 'f
mmmiL m mi mm,
AND
THE -C3W.ST.
Travelers dosirlne a
SPEEDY, PLKASANT and COMFORT
ABLE Till P. ;
Should remember that the
BALTIMORE .& OHIO RAILROAD
Lis celebrated lor Us
Elegant Coaches, Splenlid Ilotcls, Grand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley
Scene! y, and the many points
Historical Interest Along
its Line.
Fare wiU UWAYSbe as LOW
as by any her Line.)
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
Ilun Tbronn
WITHOUT CHANGE
Between the Principal
Western and Eastern Cities.
For through tickets, btigctn?e chicks,
movement of trains, slocpiriK car aer-oni-
modatlons, etc., e tc., apjjly at ticket offices
at an principal points.
NORTH, SOTJTH, EAST or WEST
E. It. Dorcy,
Aes't C-en. TickctAgt,
Thou. P. Karry.
WesternPasa. Agt,
h. 31 Cole
ficn. Ticket gt
Thus. II. Miai p.
Master of Iransp'n
NW AOVKBHSr.MKSiTSl.
BllWflJ "'J-octave, line rosewood (not nseil
tlAatW over six month'), ei.toi cost 16",
New pisnog at wholesale, brent hsr-
gitin. .Nearly ueu-, ntv s snis i.i
stos "! n mops .'': 7 Slops "" u
slops .,; U stops a 10 J. linre orportUi l-
lies. ev organs ui wuoiesme, uewiue iiiuta-
Uons. lti-et ever niaile, Itbtn. .Vnt on to
I", ilays ' test trial, .Money ret uixlwl and lreight
pall both ways ii una itisfuctory. La , K.O.
Ag ntaWiinteil Di-eount to teaehers, minister,
eic. Aililr'ss Duniil f. litutty, V ashuigton,
New Jcrtey.
Oi f a week in your own town.
fertns mill
(ilUtl :otitut tree,
luu'l, Maine.
II. II A LI. 1 & CO., Port-
To Ilittioiiiil lnvllU In sickness
every portion of the bily sympathizes with the
aeutof the ilisonler, Wi.en lliestoinaeli tails to
pfit'onn ris uiuctions, the liver, bowels, nerves
veins, artrrles. etu .are nil more of less aflW'trd
These nelniq ueiiH reipiin: a luediuine, eoiuliin-
nix me properuts oi u sioiuucnie., nn aiteruiive,
a purgative, a tonic, uml a sedative to bring
lliem hack to their Uotv) an'l all these elements
in their purest unj must elluctUe forms, are
united iu
Ii::::i'5 l$imm l'h:: Acsricni.
th greit saline remedy for Indigestion, nnd its
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ever made ask your grocer for this, and see
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with woiJs Jacksons' IKs on it. Sold by all
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iiu
Manufacturers, V
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e a. tort per day at home. Samples worth
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'kilo's hint Papjroppl''
mHIS PAPYROliBAPA WIU. PlirrnrK
I v-m nna to ii thousand fan-slmllles oi any
design, wrlling.diawing, maps, notiees, price
list eiaminatlon papir, etc, using one wrlt
and an ordinary enpyingprcaa. Tne proM la
aininle. eaay. and iapid end for descriptive
elrou sr, and sddr.s TUB PaPYiHtKAPH
CO , Norwich, Coun. or JOHN MONTlE'llI
W N. Siath St, 8t Lotus, Mo.
NO. 136
VARIETY NTULIE.
3Tew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
XjOJCBOaSt
VARIETY STOCK
IN TFB CITY.
x Goods Bold Very Close.
Oornar 18th St. and OommerolaJ At,
enso. rxmois
C. 0. PATIES & CO.
"X.
'j;
Wholesale Grocers
-And-
Commission Merchants
. i.
AOEKTS AIIEHICAN POWDit 00
57 Ohio Lvgo.
0. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
And Dealer in
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant
He. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
PEUALafaaUoi iU-.n to33HM?n"i'ntsaa l
flitlng orders
HOTFLd-
r
SiOhailds Hotel,
OAHIO, XXsXjO.
I . iMtaa aua ..
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 3d Floor $2 00 PerDa
Speolal Rates by Week or Month
A limited ntinilier of very desirable tarn
rooms can be secured at reasonable rates tor tin
Summer months
The .St Charles is the largest and beat appoint
ed House in sioutlieru Illinois, unit is the lewli
hotel in Cairo Notwithstanding the "II
Ruck" reduction in prices, the table will.
tisiiul, he lilieiiilly supplied with thu very
ol everything that can tie found in market.
Fine large sample rooms for commercial trav
elers, on ground floor, free of charge
IT A II haggiuri'ol guests conveyed to and Iron
the hotel without cliarve
K. It. fUXtW
-1-tf Cruiirictn i
obtained, on me
cliHtilcal dcviots
meiiiciu or other
compoiinda ornr
me' lal designs
trade-marks,
labels. Caveats, Assignments, Interfcran tea,
etc., promptly attended to, Inveutlons U.ut
have been
bvthe Paten
) ill u e may
'till, in moa
cases, he se
cured by us.
Being oppo
site the Patent OflVc we can make closer search
es, and secure patents more promptly anil with
liroHdar claims than tliuse who are remote from
Washington,
wwm
tlon free of chnrge,nnd advise as to patentability
All correspondence strictly conlldetitiai pi ices
Prices low. AS I NO CllAliUK UNLLS
PA'I KNT IS SKCl'KIiO.
We refer to olticiuls in the Tatent ofllec, snd to
nveutors In every titaie in the Uu ion Address
C. A. SNOW A CO.
Oppos e Patent OUlce Wacblngton, D.C.
Nolleo
Is hereby Tpiyen that default having been
made tor more than sixty days in the pay
ment of a portion of tho amount secured
to be paid by a certain mortgage executed
by Mrs. Julia It. Karriti to saiuuol rituals
Taylor and Edward Parsons, trustees ol
the Cairo city property, dated September
lHth 1874 and recorded, In tbe recorder's
ollico of Alexander county, In the state ol
Illinois in book ti, on page 12.'), etc. 1, tho
undersigned, sucessor to said trustees, will
on Saturday, tbo 12th day ot May Instant,
A. D. ltt"7, at lt o'clock In the forenoon ol
that day, under and by virtue of the power
ot sale 'contained in said mortgage, tell nt
public auction to the highest bidder for
cash, at tbe ntllce building of s. S. Taylor,
corner iVashington avenuo and Eighteenth
street, in said city of Cairo, In Alexander
county and state of Illinois, lots numbered
lB(tllteen); 111 (sixteen), S3 (thirty-three),
and 34 (thirty-four) in block munbr-red i
(two) in the fourth addition to tbe suid city
ol Cairo; according to tbe recorded plat
thereof, with tbe appurtonanaes, to satisty
the purposes and conditions of suid mort
Dated Culro, Ills , May 1st, 18H.
S.BTAATs Taylor,
Trustee of the Cairo City Property.
NOTICE OF FINAL SEi'lLElSNT,
Estate of Thomas E. Sullivan, deceased.
To whom it msy concern Plcae Uke no
tice that I have filed my final account as
Administrator of said cs ato, and shall ap
ply to the county court of Alexander
eountr, rittli'fr as a court of probate, at the
June iunu thereof, to-wlt: on the tblrd
Monday ol Juno, A. D. 177. for a full and
final discharge Irom all lurtber liability as
aumiuuirator oi saiuesiaw.
41. J. Moa ALLEY,
Administrator. Cairo, 1)1., May 23d, 1877. dot.
PATBflTi
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