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Wit an i n ilf i mamw
..iIKO BIOTESS HOUSES.
Xttl. An) lnodneaa linn ran have llirccliiiee
few, In till- milium under appropriate limdmK
liberate 1,1 nr 1111111111 tUx.iyiir
yalilr iiiiiri'riy w id valu e.
IfHrilwHi-r, Moves bikI Tin Wurf.
A. IIAM.r'.Y I u nit r in Moves, '1 in and llnnl
A are, l.unlcn and ramicm' ii.pi'inciil, V ire
i.imU, Itefriir" Tulom, I'limpa i"'d l.uddi-r.
I i lynminrri'lkl Altoiie. Iilillcrih).', and .loll
Work done on ahori ti c.
.1. S.Mcli AIIKY- llllllcriulllird Mll'l soli I iitii -
T, lloorlnir, n-ilinar, killing and surlac.!!
IllllilHT, llllll HII'I Slllllirll . I Mire . yill'l
irii'r 1 tvcnlicili rtrcrtulcl hbM n;: t in avenue'
I.ASt AM KK A ItH.'K-l'nilei-s in -ash.
lours, Minds, lie, Iiar'l mi'l null li'iiilr riict
liinirieu. Vu J awl ollicc, Coiiuiirrii.il avenue,
urii' r I ' Id Htrii'i.
tlH'' " !-.
I). II A HIM VN -1 in If t in l)iu "I'miir'-, l"vr..
i ;.mps .iinl nil kinds "I tmii'V urlo l". I "Miiiici-
."u! tlVelillc, corner 'lll hlrH't,
WILLIAM Vt IVri.KSixili sirn t Iiwi-ui
.oiuiiierciulaveiiuc and WaAliii'iiton avenue.
4 lotlmiK mS Irrillrtlll lulluriiiK.
JOHN A VI ltlM -Merchant Tailor aid .Vulrr
lu Heady Made clothing. Tallinn Ia iit,
Ileal t.atate Aki'iiiIi'.
M. J. IlOWLhY-lteul Kntale Agent. Hiiy
ml telle real esu'e, collects renin, paya turn
lor nun-rcMidenta etc. Commercial uvenue, 1
mceii Ninib ami 'I'entti street.
oniiiilsalnu M r hitiili.
INK Lt '1'IIISTI.K.WOOI)
I ottoii mi1! Tolmcc, factor and pro
prietors id Hie truiiiierh' Intwni l1, areh-'U-c.
il't C, Coiiiiiinicri ml Aieiuic.
l ASILIt Y0V1-
1 Ocncral forwarding and Ounm -iod
merchant, lor the rale of faun, iiitid'.ii, lie
diard ami liulry Produce, 'lino Levee.
n A. WIII.EI.O K A i .
Ij 4i'eral rurwurdmg mid ( oininirlon
iiierctiuriU, and dealera lu nil liiicta i,f V ruil ttii'l
I'piduee. M Ohio l.:vee. t otif iKiiineiiU ioln
iled, bteneiln Ilirmnlii'J on ai'p'ie.aiiijiit
V. Hunker Hitter Wlue r Iron
tiaa never been known to foil lu the cure ul
a eakneea, attended Willi ) mptoins ; nidia
ponition to exertion, lors of Memory, dilh
culty of breathing, y.-Di;rul weakLc n, horror
of (Jineaxv., weak, lierouMreIil;llnj. ilreail
tul Uotrorof dealli, niht i-weul-, cold Ii;i t,
wt-akuei. ilimnenii ol virion, hnuor, uui
vernal lamiiluiie ol Uib uiuM;ular )t,.'in,
euoroiuu apiiellu with i)'irttic i-)-tem,
lint liauiln, ItUf tiirit; ol liis l,i,rlr, ilrw
liv-x of t tic nkin, pallid countrjaM uiiil
truptioiiH oil the fuc, unl)in toe l,loo l,
j.nin in the Ikii-K, heavitieM ol ton e)clil,
Irnquent black iot ll)iri buforu the ejus
Willi t m.nrary huIIiikIou nni) Io'b elni'la,
want i,i attention, etc. These Fyia4oin
ail arixe from a weakuen, und to remedy
Uiat, u.e K. K. Kunkel'a JSitter N'iuo ol
Iron. It ni.'vel Tuil. 'J'liouaaiula are now
enjoying health who have tmeil It. (,et
the genu nc Sold only Id 1 1 bottlen. Take
only K. '. Kunkel'a.
AbW lor Kunkara liittcr 'Winn of Iron,
1 hi truly valiiablu tunic ha heeu n tlior
itllily tekted by all clam-en ol the coiiiiiin
uity tDat It In now deemed iiidlM;tialile
an a tonic niedlcine. It co'U but little,
puritieit the blood and 0'ica tone to the
toinacli. renovates the by;eiu and j ro
I only auk a trial cf tliii valiul.li- tonic
l'rlce tl per bottle. K. K. Knnkel, rule
proprietor, No. I'll North Ninth ntrei t. In-,
low Vine, l'hiladel,lijj, l'ii. A-k lur K : , ti
kel'a Bitter Wine of Iron, and take, no
other.. A photograph ol the proprietor on
t tch wrapper; all oilier are i ouiitcrkK.
lieware ol counterfeit", l'o not let our
driirTKlst n-U you any but Kunkel'-, which
N put up oniy a above rcpre-ented. "i ou
emi Ket fix botllvn lor live, duliai t. A!i I
uK In one Minpli; u ml.
TAPE WUUM ltKMOVtD Al.lXH.
Head and all complete in two Hours. No
fee till hea par-en. Seat, 1'lU and stomach
worim rundt 1 by J)r. Kunkel, li.'i'j ouh
Ninth Kirtut. Advice tree. No ito until
bead and all pasen In one, and nlive. Iir.
h uuktl i the only auccennful pli) eiciau in
ihin country tor the removal ol rvoriu-, and
bin Worm fnrup m plu-aiit and sal" lor
i hllditn or Kiown persou". bend lor cir
cular, or ak lor a bottle of Kuiikd'n
W orm .'vruji. I'rice one dollar jut bottle.
( , t it ol vour druL'tfiat It never tails.
I'aMtiitre ! Kent hikI i oinlorl
llrcil Vi Him u.
Mrs. Henry Ward lieecbtr, hone house
bold knowledge and perlect honesty no
one prenuiuea lo doubt, recommends huii-c-Keepers
to u-c Vhine, the new ut,-titute
lor aou:i. Hhe laya the In jMea-ed with it.
It H n ureal saver ol lima and labor, and
. an no uiore Itjure clothini? thau comnioD
warm water. Mr. i!ee hi r is ri'ht.
Washine has many trreat udvaiils'en over
soap. Itwaahi-alii one-third of tne time.
1 1 almost entirely doen aw uy w ith rubblnir,
Washena we. I lu hard water as Kilt. It l
the only article known that will preven
woolen trora shrinkinr'. otlierartjelen an
nint noinewliat In waslili:', but they Injure
the clothe-. Wa.-hine .positively will hot
I hcse are nome ol the iualitien which
havemsde Wanhioe ao popular nii'inr the
intelligent h iUM-keepers ol America. All
who are not uIk A a-i.ine will not retrci
it if they lake fpccial palun Pi procure and
Civ it a trial. Pi ice, .'i and 10 cents. Sn.t
by all LTOcet.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
DuilyTrnins from Cairo,
Tralna Leave Cairo
2. JO p.m. Kat Kxpress, nrrivlnp in St.
Louln iu.; Chicago, 7;;i0, a. in.
2:20 p.ra CINCINNATI & LOUIS
viLLE FAST LliNE
ArrivinKl n t'lnclnnati 8::K), a.m.; Louis
ville, B.m.; Indianapolis, 4,1& a.m.;
Pusscngers by this ttiiin arrive lit above
OF ANY OTHER BOUTE.
I;:t0;p. m. Fast Mail with HlnopnrH attach,
ed, for KT, LOfl.S mid CllKJAHO,
uirlvln; In St. i.ouls at u;::o a.m. I'll I -f
nun id 410 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Klliiifihain lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
I'm st; n rar by this lino k'o througli to
(lie Kant without any delay unused by
I'he (nATlJIU)AY AKTMIiNOOV TltATN
H'KDM CAIHO AllllIVKS IN NKW
YOUK MONl'AY MOKNINU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTIIKU HOl'TE.
AdvertlnemenU of coiiipotilif lluen that
Ihoy make hotter tlma than tliw one, are
ure Indued cither throiiKh iunorauce or a
dualro to mislead the public.
For through tlckota tul inlormfttlnn,
Apply at JlllDola Central it. it. Depot, Culro.
TRAIN Attniva AT CAIDO
,.,i.,M. ,w2t1" P ul
ftill IIIIIMIMIH I
Ueu'l Houtbcrn Agt,
J. H. Jonks, Ticket Agt.
K.M. lv.( ,
llif kmnliu, oflhe al'nvf orh r ii"-l
al llH ir hull Ibelll.t aiellhiid Vlomlay
ea, li I Coiiuiivrcial avemn , ; ,,r
aoiilli ol I -Hi sircil, al b p.m.
I K I). lluLni-, O.I. M
AHCAI.ON I.ODliK, No, :,.
KinKhm nf I'ytliiaa, inut every Kri
day nihl al halt-m.it iwvhii, iu Odd-
rijlowa' Hall How,
t Imnci Hor l oimuaiidir.
A I.K X AN'f iKIt I.OIJOK, NO.
Iini'tiendflit Ordt r,f Odd-f el
lows, nimbi every Ihiiraday iiilit
at hall naxl ra-vcii. hi I heir nail on
,i,iniii, rcml m, line, betwn'ii MithanJ Kcvi ntli
'mm VV ii. i, h. II m.sa, N . O.
' VV'lii' hNi AMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F..n,i.t
kJiu 'id d-Kcllown' Hull on I be (Irnt and tl.irl
I ii, flat in en ry Mi'jiilli, at half-nwt avven
A. CoMiNiia, CJP
ft. I A I HO MHiiiK, Ml. 7:i7, A.r". A A. M.
A liol'l renular lomiuuiiiiaitiona in Ma
.ionic Hull, rormr jnniiif rcial avenue
aid l.i,:lnh slr.'t, on Hie aecoml and
'"i;r h Mondav J each infmth.
haii;s or aiivi.k.ihi.nu.
I J" All bllln for advcrtinU'K, are due and pay
able in auvanc a
Transient advertising; will be interted at Uis
rale ul 41 UU peraiuarv lur the ilral inr rtion
and Vi cents for each niibseipicnt une A lilivial
liincouiil will lie made on nuirntuiK and d,pl
Kor insertinK Funeral notic II in Notice ol
murtinic ol h:icIic or (secret urdera li centc fur
Church, Society, Fentlvul and Su i-i r uoticia
will unly be lnm rU 1 an alvertiaeiuciita
N advertlaeiuent will be receivnl at leas than
Vi centn, and no advertisement will 1 inserted
lor lens than Hire dollars n?r month
i.ocai. in si.M.ni ori i.H
Of ouo tijiinn; lines spuce) or luorf, in
serted in tliu Ilfi.LKi in ue follows ; (l.ess
than one quurc counted a.s a sijuure.)
One Insertion pi rsijuare - $ SO
Two lnTtioiis per liiKre.- 7"i
Three iiifiertioiH per e'ltiare 1 IKJ
Six iini rtloiiH per square 1 "
Two Weeks per square 2 50
One- month per square 11 "0
.Special rates inaclo on Ihrn advertie
meiits or lor longer titne,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owini.' to the present bird times ami
scarcity ol money, 1 will, alter this dale,
lireiKl nt :10c, per ilofcn,
l.uaven lor 5 Ceuln.
Also (.'akfcs. Pies, fctc, at prcportiomtely
These irnods ure of the vtrv Pc-t in the
city, and Will riciinniend theui-sl'. ts a
I k. Orlirn I mm abroad wi'l receive
PIl VNh KUATKY.
l'rop'r Union Pakery,
l Jiniiii -rcial Ave., bet. 4lh al.d tth ft-,
i airo, Au;;U't 'i, 1-TT
HIIDAY, August IU, 1".
I or Kent.
A C'ttt.ic fin Ninth street, in jf.iO'l
repair. Aj i'Iy lo K. In zom.v,
:!!!! Hty National Il i'ik
l or Kenl.
A cotta;'e with tour rooms and kitchen,
Mtuao-'l on the ',utlii i-t corner of Killli
and iVuinut 'tri'fts. Tin; hoit-e is iu
i xcclli'iit repair. Apply to
!t .loiiv McNt li v.
l-lctiire iiiiil llrnekeln.
L. C l ur 1 has removed his Variety
liraiket store to Washington avtiaie
near Tenth rtrcet. llo bus opened a
larjfu stock of bnn'k' ts, rbi lve.s, frames,
ehrntnija, picture eord and tass. , cur
tain ta-els lancy nail-, hat ratks, etc.
I'ii'ttin: Irainino; madi! a j-peeiui.ty
( briuiiO'i tiiuunted iu tae ehea,e.st anil
be-t -tjle. iui
'l'o all who aro sullcriny from the
eirors and iiii)icn tions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early ilrony, loss of maii
hiio'l, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cum yon, free of ehartre. This frrent
eineity wa iliscovercl by a liiis.ionary
in .South Amcrlci. .Send a self-ad-
lie-scj envelope to the Ilcv. Jnsep'i T.
Iiiiil. tti, Station 1. Ilible lion-.' .','ew
Vi-i-k .'ity. 1-30-Hiii
Huso, hooinis A; Co., dealers in north
eni lake ice, have removed their ol cp
Iroui the eoi nir of Liglith street and
Ohio levee to the iee houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering ice in all parts of the citys
i'hose desiring' the cold stull will leave
their orders at the new office, w her: they
will receive prompt attention.
iIamk.s Kavanait.!!, Manager.
Caiho, Ills., May 17, 1S77. 5-17-1 m
'l let' of Ilinsolntloii.
Notice is hereby given to our Iriends
and patrons.and to the public in general,
that the linn ol K. it V Under, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Kd
ward A. Hudcr will continue the business
at the old stand, conn r ot Washington
avenue und Kifhtli street, in his own
name, he having assumed all the liablli
Itlts and being entitled alone to collect
all outstandings ol the old Him. Hoping
that the Mime liberal patronage extended
to the jewelry establishment tuny be
continued in the future.
KPWAIll) A. Ill HKIt,
William Hi iilii.
Caiihi, Ills., July 31st, 1877. 7-.'!l.,iv
lliive J on l.TRieinm T
With its attendant troubles, lotullpa-
Hon, headache, loss ot uppetlte, gloomi
ness, water brash, distress alter eat
ing, etc.? If so take Dat'osta's radical
cure and be well. Its result is astonish
ing, and sure relief Ih guaranteed In every
case, where It is used as directed. It
assists digestion, tones up the stomach,
strengthens the debilitated, restores a
natural appetite ami as a liver regulator
lias no equal. A clergyman of Philadel
phia says; It Is the very Inundation ol
health, To all who aro suflcring from a
disordered Rtoinacli or liver, or who need
a gentle spring or summer tonic, wc say
try It, and you will thank us for tho ad
vice. Trial i, Izo 25 cents. Sold by liar
Also agents tor Parker's pleasant
worm syrup, which Is sura death to
worms, l'leogunt to take, and require
uo physic. Price 25 cents, Try It.
- l:ur;'lars are ac;ain on Ihe uinpsiiO.
Look out lor them,
Tin- iporti of the town iiulicipnti a
huge o lun at the park to-iiloi lew.
A sirfciid ear, containing a number
of the prominent ofllcials ol the Illinois
Central railroad, Willi their lamilics,
parsed through the city yesterday,
F. M. Ward Inn gone into the ice
business, and Is now delivering pure lake
Ice In nil parts of the city. Orders b it
with him will rccUve prompt attention,
and the purity of The ice delivered guar
fiiitccl. 1 2-1 m
John A. Hull, who in the auto hel
ium days, conducted a Cairo newspaper,
and Is now the associate editor-in-chief
ol the Chicago belt-line ol newspapers,
wan lu the city, the guest of -M. 1!. liar
nl, Ksq. In his phy.-icial get-up ho
shows the touch of years; bilt bis mind
possesses all the vigor and buoyancy ot
l or the live or nix thousand dollars
that the Chicago Protection insurance
company has drawn out ol Cairo iu the
way of premiums, It has returned In the
payment of ih alii lo-ses about $13.00).
The parties anion", whom this large su u
win distributed can contemplate the
wreck of the company with perfect com
placency; but other parties who have,
lor month, maintained a worthless in
surance wid be excused if they blow
Iroui their over-ebanged boilers frequent
and vigorous spirits of the mni ol pro
fanity. Mr. Tom Settle, ol Woodville, Ky,,
arrived in Cairo on Wednesday evening
with 1 is bay pacing horse "liadger,"
Mr, Settle, came on the strength ol an
oiler made by Hill Scott, ol this city, to
match bis horse against 'Badg'.r.'' A
race bet ween the parties was made up yes
terday morning, at Karl's livery stable,
and wiil com oil on the track at St.
Mary's park to-morrow morning. 'I'he
.stakes are lilty dollars, and distance one
mile, liadger to giye Scott's horse a start
of lilty lect, Uailgcr is very fast and
"true as rtttl.'' 'The Scott hor.e, while
he has equally as much speed as liadger,
is not reliable, and .Mr. Sctlc, knowing
the lault ol Scott's animal, and not wish
ing ti take any advantage o Scott, gave
him this advantage. A lair contest is
looked for, and should the Cairo horse
"keep to his lett'' be will make Uadger
stir liimtclt very lively to defeat him.
I'he race will take betw een ten and eleven
o'clock. A race, between a grey running
pony, owned by Jhtk Adams, living
about .seven miles above this city, and
Sproat's pony "Chalk, " will come ofl in
the afternoon, which is also looked for
ward to with cutiniderablu interest, as
b.ith ponks are very go.0 J ones.
'I'he billowing is a condensed report of
tin; receipts and expenses ot the Mystic
Krcw celebration, held at St. Mary's
Park on the Fourth of July, 1.S77, taken
from the report mule by T. M. l.ovetr,
sccrtUry ol the committee of arrange
ments, 'i liis report does not include the
money icceivtd and paid out (or tire
10 C I. il l s.
F. 1. K xford, cash J 3 00
W. K. Hawkins, paid laborer
two days 3 00
Samuel Walters, lumber 2 25
$ 10 23
, -lun ;io
, 5,s ;io
Kent ol .tah'ls and swings-.,
Hcceipts of Stamls
Prov sions resold
Ileceipts tor regalia
Labor, for clearing ground",
building dancing Hour, .speak
ers' and ibii-ic stands, erecting
liiiii'liug rolKr n,r race track at
Parade, banners, etc
Fray-age on benches to and Iroin
Park. hauling bru-li lor shades,
Priming and adveilising, post
age and bill posting
Carriages for use of Fpeakers,
horses for various purposes to
and Iroui park
Total expenses $s('S 01
Leaving net loss to Krew ol $'J2 42.
W. K Smith, Jr.,
G O.K. U.S.
The returns of the vote ot Judgeship,
In ten counties out ol the eleven in their
judicial district, were received in thisciiy
last evening. The following table shows
the majorities :
Jackson , 475
Dougherty's majority in tho ten
counties is 27C, with Franklin county yet
to be heard Irom.
Why NnlTrr liNu iic Torturr i,
When the famous regulator ot enfeebled,
acid or bilious stomachs, Hosteller's
Hitters, will euro you ? Could you read
the testimony of the myriads ol dys
peptics w hom It has cured, though you
might be ol a skeptical turn, von would
be convinced. Evidence of its tdllcasy
Is constantly multiplying, and this re
lates not only to cases of dyspepsia, but
also liver complaint, constipation,iiriiiary
and uterine troubles, and malarial dis
orders. The success which lias attended
this groat stomaehlo lias Incited unscru
pulous parties to manutacturo Imitations
of It, which they attempt to palm of! ns
tho genuine article. Put, so lamlllar aro
tho public with the real elixir, that these
nefarious attempt an rarely successful.
Neither imitation or competition affect
the popularity ot the standard article.
The following memorial to Mettle A.
Umbci t was delivered at lur (run-, in
C'obdeii, III., Saturday, August if.li, K7,
by .Mrs. M. T. Cutler:
1st Corinthians, 15th i li:id., II vcr-e,
"It is town a natural body ; i t is i lined a
In this faith, wc plant this belovril one
by tho side ol her fddest Miter, wlio-,0
mortal remains have slept lor nearly
eleven years in this garden ot our Lord.
What though tho fcpirlt ot the sister,
who went before, has cat no shadows
over the path-way, has not visibly met
us in this secluded garden as did
the Lord the weeping Mary,
yet we as truly believe that
the spiritual body has germinated and
pruu upward Into exquisite hie and
beauty, as that her sacred dust was laid
here, to slumber till the laws ol transfor
mation should send it forth in violets
and dainies, fragrant blossoms, that
make earth more beautiful and glad.
"Weturn the pae that Ihey rial,
1 heir written woids w'eliiier o'er,
Uul in the tail they cast no shadf ,
No siep 18 on the conscious floor.
Vetl'jva will dream and laith will trust,
(aince HawhoknoWJ our lie, da, iajiinlj,
Tnatauiu how, nuinew here, ius:t We mnt.
IU fur linn who never bce.1
'1 he atara nhinc through Ilia rynreis Irto ;
Who no,eiejB, layabiadead away,
Nor look to nee the breaking day
Acrona the iiuurulii. marble ular,"
"Who hath not learned, in houra ofliilh,
The umu to lle.h and ciie unknown j
i hat lif: la aver lord ul di-atli;
And love cn never lone ila own."
And in this ial'.h we bring, that she
may sleep bcsldu her with the lily ol
purity lu her baud, the youngest of the
three sinters that made the northern
home so warm and tender with their
Transplanted to this more genial clime,
the little one grew up to inaldcn-hood
like a carctullv tended llovver; but no
vlgllaiice cotii 1 shield her from the terri
ble scourge ot diea-e. How we battled
with the angel of death, who, lor weary
weeks assailed lur; t'.U at lust, like
Jacob, we prevailed. Then we lcared
that evan in our victory we had been
hall Dallied, and the life so wre-ted lrom .
destruction, would be disabled and
But all our (ears had been hushed to
rest, as wq saw again the earnest pur
pose, the readv, skillful hand and the
elastic step, and we had prophesied years
of blef.-ed life in the midst ot the loving
and beloved. But a sudden bolt has
fallen, and the hopes ot her dear ones lie
What can we say to these stricken ones
to make their sorrow lc-s, or to lighten
one pang of natural griel?
It is something to feel that the bright
intelligence remained unclouded almost to
the end : that she knew that she was go
ing home, and retili.ed the tender love
tiuit waited her iu that land of L'lory,
whither ber eldest sister had gone before
her. It is something to feel that there is
no sorrow laid up in stole tor her after
life; no vanishing in stern reality of the
poetic dreams of her ever sensitive im
agining; that she is sheltered forever
more ia the arms of eternal love and
tenderness. Your faith thus holds the
key that opens ta your vision somewhat
of celestial life, and will s.ty with the
poet, "day after day wethlt.k what she
"Day after day, wt think what the i, rloinjf
In tlnne bright realms uf air,
Yiarafier year, her Under step pursuing,
llchold her, grown more fair,
And though at times, iinjietoin wiih emotion,
And anguish long iuipresed,
The he.rt ueavee moaning
That cannot beat ra;t.
We will be patient, and assuage the fueling
We may not wholly stay
In silence tanctirying, not concealini:,
The grief that must have way. "
The beautiful remains that wo are
now about to commit to the earth, In
confident hope, were lately animated by
the spirit ol Nettie A. I.lmbert, born ill
Kipoii, Wisconsin, June 29th, 157, to
John Limbert and Sarah A., his wile.
When about G years ot age, she removed
with her parents to Cobden. w here they
have since held their home, in which,
amid rocks and trees, and nature's
sweetest ministrations, the precocious
child read and played and nursed her
She found here the sweet and endur
ing friendship that will make her loss
so deeply felt by the young people of
this vicinity, even though for some years
past she had resided lu Cairo: there too,
she found most pleasant companionship
Willi school mates and associates, who
will not soon lorget the gontle friend
and cheerful companion. These lessons
ol mortality fall sharply on the hearts ol
the young. They recoil from tho sud
den and great change, whi-jh cuts oil all
the plans of life, while the aged wait aud
wonder that the call was not for them.
How gayly would her young Mends
have robed their companion for a bridal
with all the mystery of lile yet unfolded
befort her. For this more perfect mar
riage of the soul to I.ile and Love they
have only tears and moans, because they
see so dimly the higher, purer world.
But we know that the Lord of Lite is also
Lord ol Death, and that with one un
changeable Lord, there can be only good
intended to his creatures. Thus bcliev
ing in the triumphant assertion ot the
spirit over decay, we leave her body in
this sweet resting place.
"Her hands are cold, her hic is white j
No more her uulses come and ko,
Her eyes art shut to life and light,
Fo'd the hue vasturr, snow on anow,
Aud lay her where the violets grow.
And lor one who loved the sweet and
the sublime lu nature, no resting place
could better be lit her-
"With gray old trees at mighty limb,
To wheel their circling shadow round,
And make tht scorching sunlight dim
Tliat drink the gieenneas from the ground,
And (hop their dead leaves on her mound.
For her, the morning choir shall sing
It's inatlus from the brancheu high,
And every minatrel voice of tptlng
That trills beneath tht bending iky,
(shall greet her With its earliest err,"
IlKSOLl'TIO.Vi II V I RE r XCLLSlolt KOI Ul.
AND LIlltiURY 80LIEIV.
1 'oh lalt-r-d bv Hit nasnle, and Ih' ans'll
too h r home,"
At a special Hireling of the Mxcelnor
Social and Literary Society, held at the
residence of .Mrs. P. A. Taylor, on Mon
day evening, August tlth., 1S77, for the
purpose of pasting suitable resolutions
In regard to the death of Miss Nettie A.
Limbert, baw ol Its most esteemed mem
bers, the meeting was called to order by
the president, Mr. II. It. (ieer, who then
very allcctingty stale I the object of the
meeting, and in a b w bcautilul remarks
commended to the society lor their
example and profit, the life and thane -of
Mr. Fisher then took the floor, and
with suitable aud expres-ivo lai.guagn,
told of the social, generous and forgiv
ing dlsposi' ion of Hie departed. From
his reuiaiks in regard to her Might lrom
this inconstant world to a more genial
home, the following is quoted :
And so her bark, witli sails
wide-spread, dashed on o'er waters blue
as Heaven s own sky. Hut now, alas 1
the storm arises, and her little craft is
wildly tossed on the white-crested bil
lows of lile's sea. The sails are furled,
and wit i queenly energy she mans the
oars aud pulls lor life,
"I'he liiornibgdawns; the gentle ripple
ot the waves on yonder rocky coast pro
claims the storm is over; but uh I that
little bark freighted with precious lite
lies stranded on the sunken rocks."
I'pon the conclusion of the remarks of
Mr. Fisher, on motion that the president
appoint a committee of three persons to
draft resolutions, the lollowing individu
als were selected : Miss Lou. Wulbridge,
Miss Fannie Pitcher and Geo. S. Fisher.
During the absence ot the committee, op
portunity was given lor any one to speak
who desired, but every one had been too
solemnly impressed to give utterance to
their feelings. J he committee on re
solutions ru-asH-mbling, they presented
the lollowing which was iinaiiimou.-ly
adopted by the society:
hkiskas, It has pleased our Heavenly
Father in his eternal wisdom and mercy
lo bid the swiit wing-d "Angel of
Death" summon our esteemed and be
loved member, .Miss Xettle A. Limbert,
to her "Long home," and whereas, we,
the members ol the Fxcelsior Social ami
Literal y Socity, are desirous of testily,
ing our respect and love for her mem
ory and expressing our heartfelt and
allectionale sympathy with her father,
mother und other dear relatives and
friends, therefore be it
Htiutotd, That in the death ol Nettie
A. Limbert this society laments the loss
ot one ol the mot Intelligent, generous
aud kind hearted ot its members; a sister
who was ever ready to proller the hand
ot a true Irlcud, and the voice of sym
pathy to any one iu distress, and that
while we bow in humble submission to
the will of a kind aud loving Father,
who doeth all things well, we do not the
less mourn tor our gentle sister, who
has passed to the golden strand ol the
litaulal, T hat we most tenderly con
dole with the sorrow stricken family ol
our deceased member in this their hour
ot pain and anguish, and we devoutly
commend them to the everlasting arms of
mm, who looks with pitying eye upon
the sorrowing and '0stres5ed, mid while
their hearts are crushed ami bleeding let
them remember that their loved ope is
not dead but gone before, and that in the
golden summer of the luttire lite they
may all gather in a sweet reunion where
partings are known.
Jinolced, That the aecretary ol this
socity be directed to tiirnl-h this com
mittee with a copy t these resolutions
an I the minutes ol this special meeting
to be by them presented to the sorrow
ing family of our lamented sister, and
that they also be engrosed on the pages
of the record ot this society, and be
offered for publication in the papers of
this city. Geo. S. Fisiikk,
Chairman Com. on Resolutions.
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
Joh.v A. llAYNP.s, n. B. Gkeu,
Secretary, pro tern. President
The Jno. Gillmore came ofl the ways
at Mound Ci'y day before yesterday
thoroughly repaired, and proposes to
run three or four years again without be
ing taken out. She lelt lor t-t. Louis
yesterday with a barge ol coke, and will
bring back a tow of empty barges.
The hull ol the Kubt. K. Lee is on the
ways being converted Into a vvharl boali
The big tow boat Jno. A. Woods is to
be taken out to-day lor thorough re
pairs. The Ark. Belle yesterday morning
brought 1,400 sacks com 200 sucks mall
50 dozen brooms, 4'X) barrels grit,s 100
barrels ll jurand 15S sacks oats lor re
shipment. The Laura L. Davis and Jno It.
Maude have lair cargoes for St, Louis.
The Port Kads and barges passed up
ou one engine yesterday having broken
a T head below Memphis.
The Virgie Lee left Cincinnati ou
Wednesday lor St. Louis, and the James
W. Gufl' same day for Memphis.
The K-itio Hooper leaves Cincinnati
to-day lor Arkansas river.
The Idlewild, Captain Howard, is the
Evansyille packet this evening.
The Jim Fisk, Jr., Captain Taylor is
the regular packet for Paducah, leaving
at 5 p. in. without great regularity.
The hull ot Captain Thorn's new Bed
river packet "Danube," was launched
lrom Alexander Piny's shipyard on
Tuesday evening, and she- will be imme
Captain Ben. F. Hall, of the steamer
Charles llrown, is dangerously ill at his
home near Marietta, Ohio.
The great yacht race between Alfred
Comings and Mr. Levy came oil' yester
day. It is not known exactly how bad
Comings was beaten, but Mr. Levy got
through with the race and started back
up the river long before Coin lilgs reached
the turning point or half wuy mark.
The Hickory goes to the Tennessee
rlvr lor staves, etc., lor St. Louis.
The Maiintllu and Belle ol Texas are
on their way to Paducah tor repairs.
Lost in the St. Charles Hotel, on Tues
day, July 81st, n pair ot sleovo buttons
of dull fold, havltiK a twisted rim, and
In the centre a chaste dove holding a
leal. The above reward will bo given
upon lea vine them at the oftlce ot the SU
Charles Hotel, and no questions asked.
CAltio, li.LiNuls, Ini'HM'ar rAfiiru,
August V, IsJ, (
I here is nothing new In the genc ial
condition of the market here. BtisiHess
quiet, but not more so than Is to be ex
pected at this season ot the year, lu
deed it is not anticipated that tho trade
will Improve much before the latter part
ol the present month or the Hint ol Sep.
Tho weather lor the last few day s has
not been so warm, and it Is now really
pleasant. Tho rivers are lalling.rapidly,
ami are getting very low
There is no change in the Hour mar
ket. The order demand Is only moder
ately active, and the shipping demand
light. Prices though weak, are un
changed, and range from f 5&7 25, ac
cording lo grade. Kcceipls are liberal
and stocks are accumulating. Tliero Is a
slightly Improved demand tor low grade
Hour at prices ranging from $1 to $3 25.
There Is very little choice hay on
the market, and receipts are extremely
light. The demand is limited, and con
lined exclusively to choice new hay at
f 12(,13 Ti,ere is an over stock of
corn on tiie market, and pi ices aro l(.i2o
lower. bite iu bulk may be quoted nt
I'lic, ami mixed 4Km. lieceipts
are liberal, und tliu demand liht,
and confined principally to the
local trade and the mills O.its is
light supply with a weak demand. Re
ceipts are meagre, but equal to the wants
of the market. Prices are steady ul 2(i(;i;
27c Meal is in lair supply and limn
ed demand at J2 700r,2 75. Country is in
good supply steady ul 2 4ll(,t,2 50
Bran is plenty, dull and lower Pota
toes ure iu limited supply, and lair de
mand 3V;i,40 per bushel, and $1 MQiJ
per bbl Choice butter is scarce and
iu demand at li(;lie. Receipts ure light.
Common is in lair supply, ami light
demand at (flotation Peceipts ot
eg.s are light, ami the demand good.
Prices aro a shad higher, and we now
quote fresh in .small boxes at fe'jfDc
Poultry is iu light supply and lair de
muitd ut quotations. Receipts
are light Fruit ot all
kinds continue plenty, ami prices tire
low. Choice peaches art), sell
ing on the streets and from the fruit
dealers at prices ranging all the way
lrom 13 to 35c, per , bushel box. Pears
are worth 40 to 30c. per box, and apples
25(35 per bushel Vegetables are
abundant and lower than we have knowu
them in the Cairo market in years.
Rates to New Orleans by river are
4.-a)Our liieuds should bear In mind
that the prices here given are only for
sales from tirst hands lu round lots. In
tilling orders and lor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
these figures. (tia
There is no material change In the
flour market. The demand is lij;ht.
Prices are unciiaiiged, though weak.
Stocks are good and receipts are liberal.
We note sales of 100 choice lamiiy, $-7,
100 bbls various grades, $5 50(i 7 25; 00U
bbls various grades, f o&r 60( too I,M
various grades, S-uXi o M bids ciioiee
family, 7 25; 50 bbls good family, M7.
Receipts ol hay are light, and the
stock on the market is small. The de
mand is light and confined entirely to
choice grades. Choice timothy is worth
il2(13. Sales reported were, 1 car new,
timothy, $12 50.
Receipts are liberal, and the supply Is
large. The demand is light. Prices are
ltaiic ofl, and choice white is now In Id
up 40,l7e. Mixed is worth 45(1140.'.
Sales noted were 1 car while in "nilk. He;
1 Car w hite in sacks on orders, 50c; 2 Cars
white hi bulk, IGi'; 1 car white in bulk,
O ils in limited supply and light de.
maud. Receipts are meagre, but MilH
eient torihc wants id trade. Prices arc
steady at 20(a,27o. hi bulk.
The supply is lair and demand mndcr
nte. Prices are steady at $2 70'2 73.
Country Is it, good supply aud steady at
$2 40(5,2 50. Sales noted were 1 cur good
country. $2 43; 150 bbls, city. S2 70; '.5
bbls, good country, ?2 50; 200 bbls cily,
$2 70&2 75.
Stock heavy and prices lower. The
demand is weak. Sales reported were
I car sacked and delivered, 12; 1 car In
The stock of potatoes on the market is
not large. Receipts are light, and the
demand fair. From country w agon -they
are worth ,'1'VIOc. lu bbls. they
are worth Jl 5007,2.
Fair demand lor choice butter, ut
quotations. The snpply is light. Me
dium grades in fair supply and light
demand. Sales noted were 10 pails South
em Illinois packed, 12(.1.; 15 tubs
northern dairy packed, IiiQlsV;
Receipts light and supply limited
Good lresh in small boxes aro worth hj
folic. Sales noted were 5 boxes S(J'.ld,
2 boxes 0c.
Poultry Is in light supply and good
demand. Receipts are limited. Prices
range from $125(ii)2. according to size
and condition, Sales noted were 3 coops
young chickens $1 2.V(T(,1 7o; 2 coops old
hens $2 50; 3 dozen young chickens
Sales provision were 7 bbls sugar
cured canvassed hams, l(':e.
Sales salt were COO bbls. Ohio river,
$1 25; 150 St. Johns, fl 40.
Kettle rendered Is worth 10c; supply
light, and very little lu first hand.
Choice onions aro worth $1 50(5,1 73 per
bbl. Thcro are very few on the market.
The demand is lair.
Is a t,ad alibi tlnn to anfler Irmn II at ,!..
- """" "uai.m
all datious and conditions of life. Ti,,
- ..aw a I4VI W
isa constant dread of impending dangers,
the I hUUOt des sword Of iinnrfiiuirir I.
-e j s. , m
suspended over, a morbid sensitiveness
ot the thoughts and actions ot ethers,
etc. This disease generally arises from
nn nil...,,!..,. .7 1'.. II ....
an uiiuuiiiiii ui u iu iiver, siomacn, urinary
organs.eti;., and can be successfully com
batted by the aid of rest and light diet,
and the use of a rcmedv which will rn
store new force, promote secretions and
excretions, mm give tono to the whole
j stem. Mich a health restoring remedy
has been lound in the Home Stomach
To The Public.
1 take pleasure in caUincr the attentlnn
ot my friends and the public generally
o mo nice mail invc discontinued the
management of the Aacade saloon, and
will on this day reopen tho Butcher's
and Drover's Exchange, on Elgtu street,
between Commercial and Washington
avenues, where I will serve my custom
ers with the bust of wines, liquors and
elgais and the best ol Cincinnati lager.
Respectfully, Joh.v Kkoiiler.
Cairo, August 0. 1S77. 4c
BOOTS k SHOES
Coffeo, Sugar fc Syrun,
Spocialty in ToaSa
Goods Delivered Promptly.
R1T. CARBON(Big Muddy)
uraertf torcoal by the car-load
:,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptlv attondod to.
laTTo largo consumers and a
nanufaoturers, we aro prepare
:o supply any quantity, by th
nonth or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITY VUAL COMPANY.
(lllicfl on vvharl lio .t. font or .Sixth st.
Oitlee f ll'ilil'lay Brothers, opposite St.
Cnarlcs h tel.
Kgynii-iii mill- Twentieth st.
l iml dump, out "f l'"irty-ciglilb at., or
l'o-t i tlice iliiiwer ;:uii
sll AU ltd A IN.
EvansviSle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
- VO II--
Paducah, Shnwnoetown, Evans
villo, Iiouiflvillo, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
Toe elcoiiil flLIc- ivlicel n-.i-nnic,
AE KANSAS BELLE
Valium U. 1'nsMNiiro.N ..Master
II AMLKS I'ENXINOTON I'ltTk
t Will leave ( aim every W EDSESUAY at
o'clock it. in.
1 he lleet steamer
IlKV IIiiwxnD Uaater
l u. Tikiuas ..Cierk
U'uveatairu every SATURDAY.
Kuch t,int makes elnao connections at Cairo
with ttrot-elaas steuinera for M. Louis, Mem
phis ami New Orlcitns, anil al tvanaville wilh
I he K AC. H. It lor all points Nortli am! Kaat.
und Willi the l.ouioville Mail Stcaiuera foall
limnta on the Upper Ohio, divin through rv
cetlls on freight aud puaaeiiKvrB to all Klotsj
Kor urther information apply to
I.VMKS IIIOOS, l'aaaenger Agent.
J. it. PHILLIPS, l01
Orlo U.J. UltAMMfctt,
fl'uictiiitciideut and liuicml Kreixlll Atfcut,
liKI-ai-lv. Lvanavilla Indiana.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
(Ta enlleth Street Opposite Court Rouse.)
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
1 lua In the oldest h ike y In the citr. ml lu
proprietor lsea no opportunity to accommo
date the pulill".
He deli vers fresh dread Iwiee a day. when he
receive, an order villi r pvraonal or through the
ileliakea llnston llrnwn dread, and all k' nil
of Cakea suitable for Wedding Ivaela, parties
one lilin a trial. Ilia motio la: The belt
nf a "Oil. at the moat reasonable urleea "
Kstuta ol Timothy O'CMIahao, deceased
Tim undortigued, having been appointed
administratrix of the estate ot Timothy
O CHiiatian, lute ot tne county or Alexander
and State of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice mat aiie win appear oeiore ine
county court ot Alexander county, at the '
court heiise in Cairo at toe Augusi term,
on the third Monday In August it, t
wiucu time an persona naving ciaiuia
against said estate are notified and re
quested to attend for the purpose ol baviDK
the ime adjusted. All persona indebted
to said estate are requested to make Imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this ltith day of June, A. D. 18TT.
URIPU1T O CALLMaUlt.
1 e-21w0w AdmlaUtntrlx.