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OFFICE, BULLETIN- COB. 12TH STREET
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
Our Homo Advertisers.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1872.
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Street, bolwecn Washington
mm vuiiiiucrciai Avenues,
!fi receiving dally new Invoice a of
Of every description, and it Psicis voBcir mi
THE LATEST STYLEH Of
Hi'iUNO AND SUMMER GOODS,
v,m... FRKNCII FLOWERS,
. . LACES OK ALL KINDS,
TWYtT .. ... ........ '
uui'Hl VAIUIM OLOVJJ8,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
tV" . i?r " " article kept In a
Pirsl Class Millinery and Trimming htore. To
um inn very lowest ngure.
SsorCall and seo dir. No trouble to show
on ElghthBtreet, between Commercial and Wah-
'"HiM icnue, in uauy receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST HPR150 AND ab'MMER STYLE".
Beside i full hoc of
BON1TET8 &c HATS
Trimmed and untrimmed,
PAKNCH FLOWERS. HlBIIONa. TltIMMi.r.t
of all kind.
Mr. Mfflrn ha also
fancy Articles, such a.
Laces, etc., etc.
NECK TIF.H. COLLAR. r.VDKItll.KKVI-S'.
And all oilier articles usually found In
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr.V,!cfi"' ln 'I'Htlon lo l,er Mock of Fancy
and Millinery Goods, has a tine and complete as
sortment of Cincinnati Cti.toui Made Ladles'
end Misses' shoes and Children.' Root., lllsclc
and in Colore, Tlm.e are acknowledged to I
the floetl and bed shoes in the market, .r.d llil.
it Hi only place in the city ttut make, them a
MRS. M. SWANDER,
ha. opened out an extensive stock of
All ot which are entirely new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant Miortment of
LA, mi.NOK', KID GLOVES, IIOSIEKT
and all article! usually kept la a flrst-clasi mil
Mr. Kwander inrllet the public locall and Id.
tj.ect her stock, whieh she will take pleaiure In
showing to old aa well a new cuttorrert.
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 32D-STREET AND OHIO I.EVKft
PARKER A BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Patty, Beaalae, Gaaollae,
And the celebrated illuminating
BR0S8' BUILDING, COR, llTII-HT. A COM
Caibo, - Illinois
The firm of Miller A L lent, Theliet, llli., has
thla day dissolved partnersh'p ly mu
And it li agreed that John Miller of Iho store,
aid tirm aetile the linn's liabilities, ami collect
all claim of the tirm JOHN MILLER,
(1. H. LKHhUK.
ThtU. 111m., May 21, 1KTJ. fi-2'J iiat
B. LEVY A CO. PAY TUB UIOIIEbT UAKKKT
Below will bo found the corrected Hit
of pricci paid by II. Levy & Co., for
hldei, fun, feather, wool, tallow, beos
war, and all kinds of country produce
Levy & Co. do a very large trado In their
Hne, and Itla a well known fact that thev
alwayi pay the hlghe.t prices to be ob-
uinea in mw market. Thoy aro now
nnvt'uuu t t
Beaver, per pound
HIDES, PER POUND:
DeerSklni 27 a 37
Beef Hides, Dry Salt 18) a
" Green Salt 9 a 12
V OTHER ARTICLES)
Tallow, par pound flu"
Feathers, " " S0aU6
Wool, " " 00 a 70
Baeswas " 2fia'j8
The above pries list is subject to correc
?2 00n2 25
& 00a 7 00
2 00a 0 00
60 a 76
STATE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
DP.PARTME.VT OP PUM.IC INSTRUCTION.
filMlTlDM! Orrici, t
t ralmirirLb, lit., May, lij, 1672. ;
Tho annual MIon of thoitato teacher's
Inttltuto will ho hold, at the stato normal
university, in August noxt, continuing
throo weeks. Ry particular request, tho
president and faculty have kindly con
sented to devote the session mitinly to
special instruction in tho natural sciences,
to accoinmodnto teachers desiring to pre
(tare thenisulves for examination inthnnd.
dltionol branches of study required by tho
new chool law. Tho sorvlccn of tho vorv
best instructors and lecturers in natura'l
scienco will bo secured, so far as may bo
necessary, in addition to tho nersonul in.
structlons of tho president and faculty.
No pains will bo spared to muko tho ses
sion Just what is needed in the present
emergency. As much Instruction will be
given In the designated blanches of nat
ural science, as the teachers present can
possibly recelvo In tho allotted time.
1 earnestly advise cvorv teacher who
can, and who Isdctorminod to qualify him
self for these new requirements of tho
school law. to attend the Instituto resolved
to make tho utmost of Its onnortunlt es.
iV thousand teachers can bo accommodated
and that number or more, should bo there.
No other equal opportunity will bo afford
ed prior to the fall examinations under
tho new law. If teachers will immedi
ately procure, and diligently study some
good text-book in each of tho enumerated
salencca, and faithfully persevere therein
mi ine meeting oi me institute, and then
go up to the Normal University and take
the three weeks courso of drill and lecture,
there cun be littlo doubt that a lim-ci ma.
Jority of thoso so doing, will be able to
pass tno required examination. Tho In
stitute occurs during the general vacations
of the schools throughout the Stute, and
the time will therefore ho most favorable
for the attendance- of the largest number
But leachorH are admonished not to re
ly tw much on the Institute, nor on any
account to defer the commencement of
their studies in the natural sciences. The
Institute will be supplementary to tho
means or preparation recommended in
circular No. 1'J (current serif.,) nota sub
stitute itiereior. All available helps will
he needed. Thero is a ureal deal of work
to be done, and not an hour to spare. It
wll depend ut last upon the spirit and
pluck, upon tho determined personal exer
tions of euch teacher, whether ho will suc
ceed or not. Let teachers do all thev possi
bly can for themselves and for each other.
and then avail themselves of all the facili
ties within their -.ercli, nnd especially let
everyone who can, make tits arrangement
to attend the State Institute, resolved to
ho present at the opening, and to remain
till the last hour of the last duv.
For detailed information concerning the
Institute, address President Richard Ed
wards, Normal Illinois.
Superintendent of I'ublic Instruction.
Keep the Hair Umilemisiied. "I
am like an old hemlock withered at the
top," aid a vcncrablo Indian Chief, point-
ng to his thin and bleaching locks. Thou
sands of men and women in civilized so
ciety, much younger than the old Sanga-
more, aro llko him, "withered at tho top,"
imply because they have neglected to use
the means of preserving and beautifying
tho hair whichjscienco hat placed ut their
lisposal. If Lyon's Kathairon bo faith
fully applied once or twice a day, to tho
Ubcrs and tho scalp, it Is just as Impossi
ble that tho hair should decay, wither, fall
out or become harsh and luzzv, as that a
meadow, duly refreshed with nightly dews
and sunlit rains, should become arid and
barren of croon blades. This matchless
preparation not only keeps tho hair nlive
and the skin of the head iu a healthy and
lean condition, but actually multiplies
tho filaments and Imparls to them a lustro
flexibility nnd wavy beauty unattainable
by any other mode of treatment. It docs
not, liko tho motalllc aud suiphurious hair
dyes, dry up tho natural moisture of the
scalp, but supplies nutriment to tho roots
of tho hair and vigor to tho fibers.
4flfl MEMBERS ADMITTED IN JAN
five hundred and twenty-two MEM-
IIER8 ADMITTED IN MARCH FIVE HUN
DRED AND TWENTY-SIX MK5IHEU8 AD
MITTED IN APRIL FIVE HUNDRED AND
FIFTY-SEVEN MKMIIKRS ADMITTED IN
Such U tho rapid growtli of
tho Protection Life Insurance. Com
pany of Chicago, working on
tho Mutual contribution plan, and hold
ing assets over oight tiino3 tho amount of
1U liobllitlc?. Tho cost of a policy In this
company, including tho annual dues for
tho llrst year, is hut $20 nn $5,000, or $U
on .2,600. .Medical examination SI.
Tho class system is entirely
ignored all assessments aro based on tho
entire membership nnd tho ngo of eacli
ono at joining. Only seven assessments
(beiug one dollar each for all members
batween tho ages of 25 and 40 years) hnvo
been made during the past year onding
This is Insurance- at cost, and woll wor
thy of patronage. For policies or infor
mation apply to
R. P. Roiiiii.vs, Ag't.,
C-2codtf. Protection Life Ins., Co.
DR. D. A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Eniroa ntttri.-Pleae annsunMme an In
dependent candidate lor aleflhlator In the lower
uouse .01 the General Assembly ol thin Htate.
Aa men in the days ol honest goTernmeDt had
to announce their frlnclplea or hobby, a well as
thcmselyes, and appear before their constituents
and defend tliern before Ihey.could get office, t
Mlerclhey Mould do o now, and will lay to
Ihe Tofera of Jackson, Union, and Alexander
counties, without awaiting the decision of any
man or parly, I am for Horace Oreeley for Presl.
dent, and II. Orali Urown for Vice President and
endorse the Cluclnnali platform. I am for a free
acruu race and against Ihe primary system of
electing men to office. I am against the nock
law In this counltr and for the reneal of the Ohio
liquor law. I am for Ihe abolishment of Ihe
grand Jury to Ita lowest constitutional limits, and
the rerlnon of Ihe trarerse Jury so that Intelli
gent men shall not bo dlaqualified to sit on It iu
cuea of felonr. I am for free trade, imul
taxation, equal representation, nnd honet men
In office, een If I hate to be 'defeated lo ct
Ihem there, I. A. Piaatit. If
Mr. Viivok, Iu., April 11. li?2.
F.diter Cairo Ilullttini
Una Hia Please to announce me ai a candi
date for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern
uranc inrlsl in ol Illinois. The new constitution
prendre that the Clerks of the Supreme Court
shall hereafter I elected at Ihe Not ember elec.
lion, Inalead of the June election as herefore.
The successor of the present incumbents are
lo be elected this coming fall, but wilt not qualify
until the prexnt terms expire lnl;3.
K. A. Ii. W I Ml AN KB.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS!
KOHKKT WOOD, THOS. H HOOT.
ROBERT WOOD & CO.
l.lM Ridge Arenne, Philadelphia, Pa.
FOUNTAINS -FLOATING 8WANM-
-STATUARY- -WATER LILIES-.
-DL'CKS- TUKTLK", Sc.
For Decorating Fountains,
VERANDAHS, bUMM Ell HOIJSK.
UUIOIU, CHAIRS, HKTTEEh, Ac., Ac.
NEW HTYLE WltOUOHT-lRON HAILING lor
Front of House and Cemeteries. Neter LWore
CAST AND WHOUOHT-IRON
Public liuildings nnd Siuaree, Cemeterr Lots.
.n.l L'. .... Il . I . . . . v. r .
tie., in greai Tarieiy oi raiterns
IKON MTAIK. boiral and straight, ol various
Patterns and stt Ids. HDecial attention ln tiii.
class of work,
LAMP POSTS, for Fronts of Public Rulldlngs,
Hotels, and City streets, ol Plain and Elaboruie
nr.WII.K FITTINGs. of Cast and Wrought-Iron,
of .NVw Improved Hlyles, such as Hay Racks,
bull Division, Mangers, Harness Brackets, Gutter-.
Traps, Vrnlllaiors, ice.
WIRE WORK of every description. Wire
Guard of Crimped Wire.Oahauized or Painted,
in flain or Ornamental Patterns, lur Store Doors
or Wimiows, factory and Warehouse Windows,
Kadings for Offices, Hank, Counter Railings,
Ualconl., Lawn snd Farm Fence, Ac, Ac.
GlTEs for enlrauce to Cemeteries. Public
Square ait Gentlemen's Country Seat, of Gas
Tubing or Wrought-Iron, both single and double,
in elshnrate anl Irnnle designs,
DRINKING FOUNTAINS, lor street use. A
very larse assortment of designs eioreralr for
CAVr-lKON URINAL BOXES, for public parki
and citv treetH.
OVAL AS E, latest stvles, centennial pattern.
HITCHING POSTS. Jockev. Coolie. Sambo and
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
WismaoTOs Avtscv, Cos. 7tii Street,
Keep nn hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitem and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
pared to supply Ladies and
BKT OF SHOP WORK, at
They are also pre
Gentlemen with ihe
gtire that defy comoetltlon.
.Tubt Arrived, another lot of
Wayne' patent solf-ventllating Refrlg
orators nnd Ice Chests. Wo aro sollinir
Ico Chests ut tho following Cincinnati
prioos, vly.i $11 00, $13 00, $16 00, 17
0, oto. Rofrlgorators nt trom $20 00 to
540 00, una best of city reference utven
as to convenient of use nnd oconomy of
.v.. very wmily should have ono.
5-3l-30d. Beerwaht, Okth & Co.
An Englishman, a thorough bookkeeper
iirwl nnnnitntitnt nl.t ....
" wiue to oiitaln employ
ment in milking up books, account.
Has first-class recommendations from last
situations. Terms moderate Address J
K. Pettet at this office.
Cairo, June 6tb, 1872,
(Suceor to P. Saup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
fl Comineiclal Avenue,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
r. is. hex rott i,
Cor. Ohio Levee At Second St.,
llamaice conveyed to nnd from the Dei.ot free
of charge. decS-tf.
MEN WANTED !
EXTRA 1 D U C B M E N T S I
Tho Cairo' St. Louis It. It. Co. want MO men
nt once, to work on the line of their road In
Alexander county, (torn o to 15 miles north ol
PltlCE-J. For station work, light fill, twenf
cents (iliiM Der vi rd. Choncers. iti .V)) two do!
lars and fifty cents per day. Day menongrade,
($4 two dollar and twenty-five cenls per day.
tioam it u per weeic. rrompi payments iu casn
gauranteed by the Company,
piy iu ju
ed by the Cnmiiany,
to JOHN MUI.VKV, Sup't on ihe work.
SUTTER & BIERWIRTII,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
HT. LOUIS, MO,
Stained, Kuameled, Embossed and grouml Glass
oi every ueacripuuu.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID T0CHURCU-
Oar Orders from all' parts or Hie country
promptly attended to. S-at dAw am "
Our Homo Advertisers.
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
HOME OP ITS ADVANTAGES.
It rooks quickly and mote thoroughly with less
fir than any other way.
Food cooked the old way loses one-third of its
weight, cooked In this steam vesel. It only loses
one eigntn. ihe saving in thla way will soon
pay It cost.
FOOD CANNOT HE BURNED.
It Will BOIL,
more perfectly than any ulensil used for either
purpose now in ue,
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat stewed, boiled or broiled in thla msnner
I a abetter rlavor, and is easier digested than
when cooked in the old way.
NO FEAR OF DYSPEPSIA.
It makes a first clnt Cuok out f a poor one,
and agood cook better than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT 1
It I the only utensil In use that is warranted
not to BUR. RICE IN OWKING.Underanv cir.
eiimMance. Agents make more moner selllne
tl.i vessel, than any article In use, lor every in
telligent housekeeper in the country wants one.
ANY ONE WISIIINO TO BUY RIOHT1 OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or addres
Vv. .1. BURNETT,
.'tfdiw Thornton's Block, 10th st., Cairo, III.
Willi Its ajloorajr Mletsilatnta, low pir
Ita' depression, Involnnlary emlaafon,
ishsi awnieai, sprrmaiorrncra, loan ot
power, dlaay ssratd, lo or niesuory,
and tbrratiene! Imprlenre nnd liatse
elllta, and st lovereltrn cure lit lliini
fnrer,i llomeopalnlc Npetlllc Xo
Tweoty-elf kt. Composed ol tr.e most Tallin
ble mild and potent curatives, tncy strise a
onde at the roots ol themtttcr, tone up t o sys
lem, arrest the dl.chargea, and im;isrl vigorsnd
aneriy, Hie and vitality totheenlne man. Tney
have cured thousands of eve. Price, $5 pei
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHHVGT0N-AV
I wi-ui inruu.n muu I. larc rial, wmcn
a very important iu obstinate or old cases, or 1
peralngteboE. sold by all druffjists, aaj sent
by mail on receipt ot price. AJJrn Uumhrey,
Hecific Homeopathic Medicine Co , Broad
way. y. T.
Aji. Cairo, Illinois
1100 utuo per month, everywhere, male and
female, to introduce the the latest improved,
mot simple and pei'ect SHUTTLE SEWING
MACHINE ever fuvented. We chsllenie the
world lo compete aith It. Price only Its oo, and
fully warranted for He years, making tne
Elastic Lock Slltcli. alike on both sides. The
tame as all the high priced shuttle
machine. Also. the celebrated and
latest COMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING MA
CHINE. Price only SIS ro, and fully warranted
lor file years. These machines will stitch, hem,
fell, tuck, iniilt.cord, bind, braid and embroider
Hi a most superior manner. And are warranted
lodo all work that can be done on any high-priced
machine In the world. For circulars and terms
addre H. WYNKOOP 4 CO.,2M Ridire avenue,
or P. O. llox.'.Tiii Philadelphia, Pa. o-a, 3mw.
LAW Y ESS.
LLEN, MULKEV & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
John Jl. Mulker.
Samuel P. Wheeler.
A victim of early iadlscrettnu, causing nervous
debility, premature decay, eUi,, having tried la
vain every advertised reme lj, has discovered
slmnle means of telf-ture, whloh he will send
fie to lils-feltow sufferers. J. it. Ktevts, No, 71
Nassau strset, New York. augViwty
aWParticular attention paid to river and ad
OFFICE Over First National Bank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN & GILBERT,
William II. Green, ,
William B Gilbert, -Miles
F. Gilbert, j
V-Specia. attention given to Admiralty ami
-OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 6 OVER
CIT7 NATIONAL BANK.
RKAl. ENTATE AGENCY.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (HECOND FLOOK) OHIO LEVEE,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
And peeparc Conveyances of Kinds:
Our Homo Advertisers.
JOHK ATES, Proprietor.
1M Cmmercisl Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Uestbrsndof Califoe UCIgarsJust received,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the b-et ol
tables i and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and cigars of me finest brands.
And Dealer la. Foreign and Domsstlc
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
07 Ohio Levee,
BelweeL Ninth and Tenth btreets,
LIME I CEMENT!
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLINOIS
Commercial-av., Foot or Eloventh-st.
JBest quality of Lime nnd Cement al
ways on hand, and for sale atthu
very lowest figures for cash.
Leave order at the office on Commerclal-ar. at
he foot of Eleveath street. novlCd-'.m.
Our Homo Advertisers.
COXXimioSf AND rORWARDI-,0.
. D. MATHUH8..
MATHUSS & UHL,
C O M M I S S I ON M E R C HANTS
HAY AND WESTERN l'RODUOr
W. OHIO LEVEE.
MILLER k PARKER,
FORW A RDING M E RCIIA NTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES,
BloO Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIH.
J. M. IMIILLIl'S&CO.,
(Huccessors lo E. II. Hendrlcn A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Br virtue of on execution to me directed bv
111- Clo.lr nll.AClM.il. C.it.l ' at '
... vii.n ui IIIGVIIMII.WIIlk Ul A I r.BDUSr CO Ull
ly.ln Iho stale of Illinois, In favor of Ihe people
: "f the state of Illinois, Inr the use of Thorns
... " siiint -ioei u. Morgan, William J.
Allen, Patrick Reilly. Ilcinard Smyth and John
rti.l 1 nT0 levied upon Iho followtng
twettJ f"Sy lo-wlt! Lots niimberecl
tun tti V 'blrteen. (13), in block numbered
ih.V 1'. n." of -lr". m said county and
which I ,ii" ?,TOIEty of said Bernard Haiythj
west lic. r 1' r at ,1,bL,a Mlt ,h "ouh'
th. u ,h .u.i. 00'"1 h0"se. In said city, on
hour l et 'J'l A D- between the
(lay, rorcash, to sat.y said vWution.
in..,! ALEX- IRVIN,
Mr.. ?ll.:nM?y ii:?r?iwCoy. ,llIno1'-
the?i'riSU:T.1T.,rlrJnf.f "ooMer and decree of
nr,l nn VC ,,'.,it..r ""nder county, Illinois,
Uir.?J . h'i,wl ,l,m of uaJersigned, admlni
K ins .IT. 'Jnin0? of ,h" ' of Charles
if .i!'i i for lf" ,n "-H he real estate
.aMcourl.Ishall nnthe III, day of June, A. D.
H. J. between tne hour nr to o'clock a.m., and
I o c.ock, p.m., of -nl.l rt.y, ... nt public tale,
at the door ol Ihe court hoii In the city of
Cairo, in said cnuntr and etatc, the following
ilescrlbcd rcnl estate, titiiau'ii Inlhi-ritr f Cairo,
county of Alrxnailer and slate nr lllmnt. io.if
Lot number ten (M) nnd five feet otr the eass
ide of lot nilinhr cln fill In t.lnclr num.
bereil Iwenfy.three (23) as Ihe same aro known
an I decribed on the recorded map, or plat, of
said city ot Cairo.
The t.Hvment to o mints . fiillnw ! One-half
cash In band, the balance In six months from
dar of sale, the purchi-er to give his note hear
ing six perrrni. Interest, stcmed by n mortgage
with powerof sale, on Ihe rrcml.es sold, to se
cure the unpaid portion nf the rurchn.e money.
Administrator de twnlsnonol the estato of Char
les Kurtz, deceased.
April lsth, 1672. S-25w8
Alto, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock of
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES
yort, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba W ines
R3MYTH A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
. which fact they Invite the especial atten
tion at close bargain buyers.
Special attention given to Filling Orders
VWSk Liberal Advancements made .eSWto
a upon Consignment.
Are prepared lo receive, store ami forward
freights to all point nnd buy and
sell on commission,
WUuslness attended to promptly.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successor to John II. Willli.,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &e.,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIRO A: ST. LOUIS
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
P L A S T E R E R'S II A I R,
Corner Eighth Street and Ohio Levee,
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
Ohio stiver sssmI Kauuwhu
70 Ohio Levee,
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER nnd CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
notice r condemnation of lands for
right of way.
To Eugene Leuren.Jnme II. Roberts, Hannah
G. Mather, Tinmi S. Mather, William C. Ma.
(her, Julia Croft, Charles Crnlt, Eliphlett Brown,
CleniistM Brown, Mr. Frances J. Wallace,
Mr. Mary J. linker, John Baker, William F.
Wiliw,., Edward I). Wallace. Chtrles K. Wal
lace, Frances Wallncn and unknown owners and
persona having an interest in the hereinafter
described land sitimie In the county ol Alex
ander, in the state of Illlnoi t
Takv. -iuvice, That the Ciirn and St. Loult Rail
road Company have rlleii their petition In tho
oHlce ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Alexan
der county, stale of Illinois, prnying the appoint
ment of three dilnterete! free-holders of taid
county a Commissioners, tn fix the compensa
tion tu lie made to thenwncr, .1 well as to assesa
thednmagc,llany,hichmay lesnll liom the con
struction and use of their milroad i.y the taking of
strip of land "ne htimlied feet wide lor right of
tray or road track uter anil octet the following
described tr.icts and parcels ol Isnd lying I In said
Alcvan ercountv, tn-witi I'he sw ir ot the seqr
-!. 7, tpll, sr 1 wet, the north east jr of the
e frof S.1, tp r 2et: thee y, of sea
H, ip 11, r i west; ihi. e qr of tho ne qr, tec 1,
t lu, sr 'I et ; the w 'j nnd e qr of Ihe nw qr,
nnd Ihe cast h II of the sw qr of sen 1!, tp 16, sr
1 west ; the w If mid sh qr ut the ne qr or sec 30
Ip Ifi, r I west , thee! of the se qr oi sec SO, in
tp Hi, rt I eM; them qrof the'nwqr tec 4, tp 17.
sr I w ; the se qr ne qr cc .' ami the nw qr jw qr
ec4 In 17, sr I et ; and school lot No. 31 inne
ur sec 1 tn 17 sr 1 w.
And, that said 'nilro.tdcompiny, on the 21th day
f June, A. I. 17', at ten o'clock a. in., will make
pucntion lo tion. rroiouti uross. jiuiKe ot the
County Court nf said County, nt tho othce of the
said Cierl; in tli ciiy of Cairn in said county, for
the appointment ot such Comml-sioners lor the
purpose nforesald, nnd to Hi a tin and pltce for
the first meeting of said Commissioners, when
nnd where you csn atiend, if you think proper,
us owner, claimnnt or lirirtv interesleil in said
iibote de.cnbcd tracts of laud or any of lliem:
Ditedthis Uth day of May, 187-.
CAIKO A ST. LOUIS RAILROAD COMPANY.
i-:ntlw By W. MoasuoK, tty.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
No.;7ttOhlo Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIH.
"Special attention given to consignments
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Estate of 11. P. 11. Ctunstcr, deceased
Til- undersigned having been appointed ad
miuistrntor oftheestnte of II. P. II. Camtter,
lute of the county of Alexander, and late ol 11 -llnnle,
deceased, hereby give notice that he will
appar betore ttui county court of Alexander
eoi.ntj, nt the court house inCnlro,at the June
term, on the third Moudity in June next, at
v ti i ol) 'hue nil per-ons hiving claims against
m.s itl estate are notified and requested te attend
for ihe purposo of having the same adjusted.
All peisou indcoteil to said estate are requested
tn nmk-e immediate pnymentto the uadersigned.
Hie. I till" 'Jd dsy of Mhv, a. I. 187'.'.
ft.lMAt .!. i. ilORIM, Ad minlttrator.
I'AIII. 1. NC'IIUH, A't.
STHATTON & BIRD,
(Successor lustration, Hudson A Clark,)
HAVE prored, from the most ample exper
ience, nn entire success: Simple Prompt
dent and Reliable. They are the only medi
cines perfectly adapted In popular ute to sim
ple that mistakes cannot be made In using tnemi
so harmless as lo bo frr rom danger, and so
etlicleuios lo be always reliable. They have rais
ed the highest commendatlous from all, and will
hIwsvs render satisfaction.
I, Cures Fevers, congestion, lnSammattons.25
norms, worm lever, wumi cuiic....mm
t'ryltisr-colio ur teething ot infnta...2o
ISIrrhuea, of children and adultt-.M
IlyaveAjlery. griping, tcllout colio.M
t'holera. cslil., bronchitui.....-...2A
NeitrMlvta. (ouiluche, faceache...U
Ileadarlies. sick headache, vertlgoSA
HyHpepela' biliout itoin,ch. .25
Nuiiurcaaed.qr painful pclodv S
WlifteK.too profuse periods,,, ;,M
Croup, cough, dltSicult breallimg.26
Null Rlieniit. Erysluelas, KruatlonsW
ItbeiiinalUm, rheumatic pains...25
reveritnd ARtse.chlll lever, aguestO
I'll", bliiKl or bleeding ...........60
stiiliililrmy, and sore or weak eye.W
Cninrrh, acuie or chronic, InfluensaSS
Aalhina, opressed breaininx 60
fC.nr lllx'liurges, Imnnlred hearingM
tim-orttla.enhtrsed glands, swellingvW
Uesaeral lleblllly, physical weak
Ilroiuur anil scanty Secretions
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAR0E8T VARIETV STOCK IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth street and Coin
WOOD! WOOD I ! W.OODI1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, tl ! Cheaper
than any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave orstMei
on the slues at the PottofHoe and at Rota ecd
tard. on Commarclal avenue, between Tenia anu
twelfth streets, Cairo, Illinois. I give goor
measure and will cord tne wood up if desired..
ailKlO-tt DENNIS HAUtT.
Butcher aud Denier in ull kluda I'reaHs
CoaSVR NlNKTEKNTU AND IVPLAa STSIVVS,
Buys and slaughtvm oulythe very Iwsl catllii,
hogs and sheep, ami is prepared to fill any do
nund for fresh meat from oue pound to tu
thousand pounds. dec'JOtl.
neat from ridlniBs
JOeJjIllty, seminal enuo-
larv dUcl.arges 1 00
verv neressiiry m serious cae.nS OO
More Muulb,.canlfer....... 60
X'rlnnry weaanw, wetting tea..oo
ut i-vrtoftut. wiiii .Duni..w
xujs.Ins oluiilarv d Ucl.arces
t Ivelloxes, wits oaeii via or powue
AMD DSALIl IN
Eioutu Street, Between Wahuinoton
and Commercial Avenuis,
iajla4aw mi 'tenhaaee and Manaya.
Keep the best or Beei, Pork, Bluttoe Veal.
Lamb, Sausage, etc., ad are, ur.ipejeil to stv
tiitisena In Ihe mewl actsplable mat r.
I'orlotla. with anasma 60
Krltitre.alchaniie of life.... 1 00
:s)ill(y .Minimis, Bl.VltUeMaiice J (O
IWuKis-rln1!1-, crated tore Ibrsst 60
FAMILY CASES. r '
or35 lo anntw vlale, ttsorveee
or rustHttoe lutae, contalnltur a
pes-lUc lor sum oadluary dle
eitaearunslly lesasltject o, ajtel
booka of dlreellona ....from tlOto.hU
Snuiller family and Vmwllnf ca- ea,
'ju to Ss vial -Trom !(
Sprolilc lor all Vrtvmt Dlaeaeee,
Isith tor Curing- and tot Ps-eveta-tlve
treatment, Tu vials and pocaet
coses....- .M.MMsja) t S
Cure Hums. Uruites, l.amenets, Boreataa, Bore
Throat, .Sprains, Tuouhoi-lie. Earache. Neuralgia,
niieumatitin. Lumbago, Piles, Bolls, Htiogs,
ioru Eyes, llletdingof the Lunge, Noae, Mom
ach, or of Piles; Corns, Ulcere. Old Bores.
Puce, S os., M) cts.; Plats. Il-Mi Qutrlf , ll-Tt.
sysirnese remeuies, except rouu ,
by the case or single box, are sent to anr part ot
the country, by mall or express, frte of charge,
4i receipt ol tne price. Address
HOMKOPATIIIU sicuiuiiSB, w.
Mt. .,. itanot. No. sa Hroadway, Nsw.Tnrk.
POR HAlTllV P- tMUVH, CAlk, Ills,
A fine tack ef Waleae. docks. Jewelry, and
Hltee'aole Particular aHeatioa. liven te all
kltidaofwalcjirspairisai. Jrtw attWbare aeliei
ted ' to call sad wwFte rlaea asvs eaargee. eole
aires it ter KertJltaaiaewM'a tfietwaxdJ east taw.
etlle! bl.aaae, la thla kernel, fleesesasiea
w.ich,- a taeeUlty Iron ar dr.S