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..iIRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
IS Aay IimsIbms Brio can hv three Ijne
tact, In Uii ivoluiim uailr oiroprilr heading
therein ol 1.5" 1' moulhur li per year
eyablr quarterly in inlvsniw.
Hardware, - - Wra.
Work doue short uutli-e.
.1 s.Mci;AIIT-li erlnhi-dsndsoniura-wr!
noorlutf, oeilinK, sldlnit snd surfaced
lumber, Uth snd shingles. Office sod yard
ranr T wentinb street and Washington avenue"
LANCASTER A ttiCK-Deulers In sath.
lnors, blindit, etc., lisrd anil sort liimtier tod
kinglet. Yard snd oDice. ComnierHul avenue-,
orni-r 17tb street.
I.atsnd " kinds of laiir,yrtii:l'-s. Coinmc-r-Jal
avenue, eirur th swet.
W1IJ IAM WQiTKI Sixth stn-tl Uetwwn
'. omrnnlal nnu snd WmMikIub v n us. .
' T'taTbt-a; ana MerebasU railerlu.
JOHN ANTBJM-Merr.hsnt T.ilor snd dealer
lu Ready Msdt Clothing. 7)liiu Uvea.
Heal i:tn Agenelee.
; M. J. HOWKY-i-l KsUte Agent- HV
md wlls rel esUie, collect! rents, py li
lor noa-resldnta,ele. Commercial .venue, be
tween Ninth ad Tenth streetSj .
CAtUra nd Tobacco 1-ectere nd pro
prietors of the Farmers' Tobea-o W arehou-.
lii A 17 Coninmerei.l A venae.
(eroi 'crwrulog and tuuiuueeion
u-n-hnt lor the uie or I arni. u.rdcn. Ur-
.-bard end Dairy I'roduce. fj Ohm Levee.
A. WI1 -BLOCK, ft CO.-
Ueaeral orwsrding tod CoromUilon
merchants, end dealer in ill kinds of rult end
Produce, C Ohio Levee. Consignments olie
ited, Stencils furnhhed on sppiicanon .
K. W. Knnkei'a Bitter Wine or Iron
bm never been Known to fail in the cure ol
ntakdeM, attended with lytuptoms; Indis
position, to exertiott, loss of memory, diffl
culty otbrssthlDg, general we.kness, horror
of dWesM, weak, nervous trembllog, dread
ful horror of doath, night sweats, cold feet
weakncM, dimness of tUIod, iauguor, uni
vertal latettude ot tbe aiuacular ayitea,
normoue apptlta wttli dVifieptlo ajh
Uffl. not baode, flunhlnjr ol Uie body, dry
nau of Uie ikln, pallid countenance and
erupttone on the face, purilyloK the lilood,
pain In the baek, Ueavmeu ol the eyelida,
fraqutnt black ipou fly lag before the eyee
wltn temporary wlliuion and Ion of light,
want ot attention, etc. "l"hii iymitoini
all btIm from a weaknen, and to remedy
that, dm . K. Kunkel'i Bitter Wine ol
Iron. It nevei tail". Thouitanda are now
entoTUig beallh who have uaed it, (Jet
the renuine. Hold onlv In 1 1 bottle. Take
only K. V. Kankefi.
Ak for Kunkel'i Bitter Wine Of Iron.
1 nil truly valuable tonic bae been o thor
oughly teeted by all cloiaei of the commu
nity toet It 1 now deemed lndlxpenaalile
ai a tonic medicine. It eoU but little,
purltlei the blood and glvei tone to the
itotnach, renovate! the tyitetu and pro
I only aak a trial of thii Untile tonic.
Price 11 per bottle. K. f. Kunkel, nole
proprietor. No. North Ninth utreet, be
low Vine, Philadelphia, l'a. Auk for Kun
kel'irlitUjr Wine of Iron, and take no
other. A photograph ol the proprietor on
each wrapper; all other are counterfeit.
heware of counterfeit. Do not let your
Uruggiit tell you any but Kunkel'i, which
la put up only aa abore repre tented. You
can getaix botilti for Ave uollur. All I
aik ren ilinple Uial.
TAPE WOBM IlEMO VJCD AL1VK.
neid asdall complete in two nour. No
fee till aea naiei. Heat, Pin and itomach
worm remded by Dr. Kunkel, '9 Sonh
Ninth itreet. Advlne free. No lee until
bead and all paaoei In one, aad ahve. Dr.
Kunkel l the only lucceMful pbyaician iu
tbia countrv for the removal of wonni, and
till Worm Syrup la pkaaant and iale for
i:hlldien or grown pxon. Send for cir--ulr,
or alt for a boulo of Kunkel'
Worm oyrup. Price one dollsr per buttl
(tt it ol your druuglit It never tail.
Parhaa-re ! Kl aa (oinfort foi
Mri. Henry Ward lkeeher, whose house
bold knowledge and perfect honeaty no
one ptMumca to doubt, iccommendabuuae
keepera to uie Waahine, the new substitute
for ioap. tibe mi she la pleatted with it.
It it a great saver ol time and labor, and
can no more injure clothing than common
nirm wator. Mr. Bee her is right.
Waablne ha many great advantage! over
soap. It washes la oue-iuiru oi uie uwe.
it almost entirelv does away with rubbing.
Wbe as we. I in bard water m solt - It is
the only article known that win preven
woolens trom shrinking, other articles as
1st somewhat In washing, but they injure
theelothea. Waahme Dosltlvely will not
lalim cloth In 7.
These are tome oi tae uuiuuei wunu
have made Washino so popular anion); the
intelligent houetkeeneri ot America. All
who are not ueiog Washlne will not regret
It if they take special pains to procure and
(rive it a trial. Price, 6 and 10 cents. Sold
by all fTOcers.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. R.
St. Louis .& Chicago
The only Eoad H'unning Two
Dally Trtusi from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
2:20 p.m. Fast Express, arriving in St.
Louis 8:00 p.m.; Chicago, 7:80, a.m.
J 20 p.m. CINCINNATI A LOUI3
ViliLB FAST LINE
Arrtvlugi n uuctnnati b:H0, a.m.) Louis
ville, 8:2, a.m.: Indianapolis, 4:15 a.m.;
l'assengers by this train arrive at above
Or ART 0TE1E BOTJTE.
i.m-n m treat Mail with aleeners
ed. for 8T. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arrivinc In St. Louis at. (1:30 a.m. thl
.. et i an n.m. Connecting at Odii
or Efflnrbam tor Cincinnati, Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
fMHengsrs by tliti line go through to
the East without any delay caused by
I'ltOM CAIRO ARKIVKS IN NKW
VORK MONDAY MOBNINQ
. AT 10.35.
HOURS IN ADVANCE
OB1 ANY OTHER ROUTE.
For tnVough ffitatf tii "information,
. . m. UUarl h aTilli
A. HAU.KYT1 In Stoves, Tin and lls.nl
rV. fl.VleV.n4 KannrtV -.e.enU, Wire
3.d WfriirersUm.. Tumi "J Udders.
,,TLi,r Avtmif. t.uiUriDK. and Jub
Qm'l Bouthera Agt
J, 11, Jon. Ticket Agt.
I I llieknlihl. ofthesb-ivf ni'lrrmiM
LJ at tlieir Imll tlie tint and Ihud slondny
u auli montli. Couimtrolal avenue, d diir
soiitli 01 Ulh airt-ft, slit p.m.
Ioiin l. Hoi Mr-,1). li. M.
A8CA1.0M LODGE, NO. 51.
(lay niKii iuurnwi wtvii, ui uu-
tcllows' IU1I. Howa,
OAf.KXANDKK I.ODIJK, NO. tU.
Independent Order of Odd-Kel-lows,
uieeu every Thursday night
at half-put aevto, in their ball on
Commercial avenue, between hixth and Seventh
troets Will K. HAwaiKc, N. (i.
AlltO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F., meeU
inOld-rellowa' Jlall on the first and third
Itiesday in every month, at balf-past seven
A. Comiwis, C r
jT caiuoixjduk. No.itn.A.r. a a. m.
Hold reirular cuminujiiiatlons in Ma
XXeriinc, Hull, comer Commercial avenue
gIi KiKhili street, on the second and
'ourth Monday of each month.
RATE Or AUVKKT
"ffAll bills for a'lvcrtising, are due and pay
able ln ADTAJtta
Traoaieat advertising will U Inserteil at ths
rats ef II 00 per square for the first insertion
and W cents for eaob subsequent one A liberal
discount will bt mads on standing and diapl
For inserting Fantrnt notice 1 Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders 60 cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Supiwr aotlces
Will only be inserted sa advertisements
Ne advertisement will be received at leas than
to crau, and bo advertisement will be Inserted
for lees than three dollars per month
LOCAL BCBLfMS HOTIC'EM
Of one square (8 linei space) or more, in
serted In the Bulletin aa follows : Ia-m
than one square counted at a square.)
One insertion per square - $ "0
Two Insertions per square- 73
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 "5
Two weeks per square 2 W
One month per square 3 50
Bpeclal rates made on large advertise
anents or for longer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owing to the present hard times and
scarcity ol money, 1 will, alter this date,
Bell Brad at 30e. per doaen, or 3
Loaves for 9 Cent.
Also Cakei. Pi", etc., at proportionately
These goods are of the very best in the
city, and will recommend themselves as
fjTOrder Irom abroad will receive
Fit AN K KIIATKY,
l'rop'r Union Bakery,
Commercial Ave., bet. 4th and bth St.
Cairo, Auguat 6, lh?7 '
View of Marriage !
A Quids M Wed roc and
outuicttial IrraliM un th
IuIim ot uiimifa and ll
rmi iA Bvproductloc mi
.tlx Diaeues of Wemva
A booi lor privfttf, rVLl-'-t
iwLsf pf ta, prk
"A PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER! .
fill tlldiMnlrrtnl tFrivftt Niitur ftna.u; from Self
AbuH. ticHiM, or Secret Dleeeeee. .Ui Uie Ih ,I
UrfftrMof Tir. tA .rffjff. pnrrW.
A CLINICAL LECTUTlIon lh w anil
thuat M the Throet end Luns. CaUrrh.auptun, ike
jpium Ueblt.et .. pnr 10 cU
1'iu.r book etni puetpekd on meipt ot sriee : or ill three,
C"ntiiDilttr JOj per-. breutitU. )' ti.urtretre. tor 'i ft.
Addrr SSL hOTTJ, . Li S . tui u 8t. Leu.e, Ma
SATLKDAV, August 21, 1877.
Farm For kale.
A fine farm ol eighty acres, situated
Itiree-quartcrs of a mile west ot Hodges
Park. Fifty arces are cleared and well
fenced, the balance Is in good timber
land. For particulars apply to W. B.
Brown, on the farm. Letters should be
addresed to the Hodges Tark postofllce.
F.d. Braxton has returned to liia old
stand In the Reiser building, where he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hid patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call, lie has gone
to considerable expo tine in titling up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first cluss workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
Is a sad affliction to sufler trom. it attacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
Is a constant dread ol impending dangers,
the Damocles sword of imaginary evil is
suspended over, a morbid sensitiveness
ot the thought and actions of others,
etc. This disease generally arises from
an aflectlon of t ie liver, stomach, urinary
organs.etc, and can be successfully coin
batted by the aid ot rest and light diet,
and the use of a remedy which will re
store new force, promote secretions and
excretions, and give tone to the whole
system. Such a health restoring remedy
has been found In the Home Stomach
Xotlco of Dissolution.
Notice la hereby given to our friends
and patrons.and to the public In general,
that the firm ot E. Si V Buder, Is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Ed
ward A. Buder will continne the business
at the old stand, corner ot Washington
avenue and Eighth street, In his own
name, be having assumed all the liabil
ities and being entitled alone to collect
all outstandings ot the old firm. Hoping
that the same liberal patronage extended
to the jewelry establishment may be
continued In the tuture.
Edward A. Buder,
Cairo, Ills., July 31sf, 1877. 7-312w
Huse, Loorais & Co., dealers in north
cm lake ice, have removed their office
from the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering Ice In all parts of the city.
Those desiring the cold stufl will leave
their orden at the new office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
James Havana-job, Manager.
Cairo, III., May 17, 1877. 6-17-lm
-Giainl Tower doli'l t tlm new pi'til
tvulliiry. T. W. HuIliiJuy U e. peckd homo
Irom fyringlluM today,
Dan Hlco will bo In Cairo on (Sep
tember third with his show. 1
liiinuim'rj "( I roatest ShowOn Karth'1
will probably visit Cairo soon.
Don't forget the great sale of town
lots at Hodge's Park on Tuesday.
-Henry Bain, (Simon Hendricks, and
Thomas Pollard, all ot Logansport, were
;tt the Arlington yesterday.
'Sfjulro Comings, In emphatic lan
guiigc, assures us that he never thought
ot becoming a candidate for county
Thu superintendent of schools ot
Pulaski county will hold a teacher's ex
amination In Mound City on Tuesday,
('apt. Itaswell Miller, superintend
ent ol the Cairo and VineenncH railroad,
who has been in New York lor the last
ten days or two weeks, Is expected to
return home in the course of tho next
two or three days.
John D. Craig, ot Vienna, was in
the city yesterday. He had a car load of
wheat which he disposed of at one of our
city mill", pocketed the money and left
for home by the Cairo and incennes
railroad this morning.
Jake Bradley invites all IiIh colored
and white friends to meet him at his
grand barbecue at Elm Grove to-day.
Jake is one ol the best of barbecueists,
and promises all who visit him to-day a
good meal and pleasant time,
A ralfie lor a fine double barrelled
shot gun will take place at the City
Brewry to-night at 8 o'clock. A few
chances are yet to be sold. Parties
holding chances are requested to be on
band at the time above stated.
We hear of several gentlemen here
tolore not mentioned in connection with
the office who are anxious to serve the
"dear people" In the capacity ol county
Judge, and who propose at the proper
time to enter the list of candidates.
The city iail Is full ot prisoner, and
PatMahoney Is making good use of their
time. Within the past week Pat has
put down several new street crossings,
done away with innumerable mud holes,
and cut down many acres of weed?.
Under a decree ol court, the Missis
sippi Central railroad, from Canton, Mis
sissippi to Cairo, was sold at public
auction on Thursday. It was bought by
the bondholders of the Illinois Central
company. The sale took place at Jack
I hereby warn all saloon keepers to
refrain from idling my wife, Alice
Smith, liquor or other Intoxicating drink.
All who disregard this notice will be
prosecuted to the full extent ol the law.
3t. AxmoKY Smith.
The Ohio river I- a creek now. The
water 13 so low that many boats, upon
arrival here Irom below, rcship the
southern freight and turn back, not
caring to run the risk of getting stuck on
a sand bar and staying there for a month
The Villa Hidgo correspondent of
the Pulaski Patriot says: "Mr. Win.
Harrell of Cairo, who has been confined
to his house for several months, has
placed himself under the care ol one of
our physicians here and we are glad to
seels gradually improving."
The multiplication of poison germs
in diseases ot the blood Is exceedingly
rapid, and if unchecked vitiates all the
blood of the body. Dr, Bull's Blood
Mixture by its peculiar Influence kills
these germs, and puiitying the blood, re
moves all possible chance of disease es
Canine A. Whitlock are rccosulzed as
standing at the head of tho dental pro
fession ot Southern Illinois. Their
roomsareover Black's store, on Com
mercial avenue. Give them a call when
you have anything in their line you want
done. Augl3 2w
The land sale at Hodges' Park next
Tuesday will be a big thing. The people
of the park will give a grand free bar
becue In order that all who attend the
sale will be put to very little expense.
A special train will be run to the park
from this city on the day of the sale,
carrying passengers at reduced rates.
Mr. John W. Carter on last Monday
sold to a gentleman named John
McDowell, of Indiana, the old Chester
handle works building at Mound City,
and all the other personal property be
longing to that company, and leased to
Mr. McDowell the grounds occupied by
the works, on which he proposes to erect
an extensive saw and plaining mill.
Mr. B. McN'uT, an old and experi
enced barber, has taken charge of the
shop on Eighth street, formerly occupied
by Mr. Lamport. Mr. McNIfi is a white
man and an excellent barber, and will
endeavor to give his customers as good
work as can bo had at any other shop in
Cairo. lie solicits a share of the patron
age of our citizens. 3-3-2 w
Mr. Isaac Moore, agent and corres
pondent for the St. Louis Journal, is in
the city on business connected with that
paper, and during the next tew days will
call on our business men and citizens
generally. Mr. Moore proposes to write
up Cairo, and any information which our
citizens can Impart to him will he thank'
The sentiment of the people In this
part of the State Is, that if we are to have
a Southern Illinois penitentiary, let It be
located In Southern Illinois. We don't
want a Southern penitentiary In the
Northern portion of the State. Perhaps
it would be aa well to build an addition
to the Institution at Jollet, and thus put
an end to the whole penitentiary squab.
Dan llogdu', of Mouud City, was In
the city yesterday, Mr. Hogau was
nominated last Monday by tlio Pulaski
Republicans for tho county clerkship.
He Is tho present incumbent and will in
all probability go.in for another term
at tlm coming election. Dan is a terrible
Had, but he Is a mighty good fellow lor
Mr. Henry Cundeo U spokeu of as a
suitable man to fill the place ot the late
Mr. Saflord on the schooljboard. A better
man tor the place cannot be found than
Mr. Candee. He Is public spirited and a
man of character. II Mr. candee will
consent to becomo a inemocr oi trie
school board, thcro will be no dllllculty
n placing him there.
Who does the ' man mean when
ho asserts that -'nearly every day our
people are treated to the sight of a drunk
en negro swaggering along our streets on
horseback familiarly accosting every
body herknows and uttering vile oaths
and imprecations. Ho docs this right in
the presence of the mayor and police."
Can Dayls have Jim Orange In his mind's
eye. Jim rides a mule not a horse,
Says the Pulaski 1'atriul: For some
time It has generally been supposed that
the ferryboat project between Mound
City and the Kentucky shore had fallen
through with, but we are happy to
state such is not the 'act. Mr. Richer
son was here fast Monday and says he
had no idea ot abandoning the enter
prise; that his boat Is now undergoing
a thorough overhauling at Cairo, and
that she will be here ready for service
In a few days.
We this morning announce Mr. Isaac
L. Harrell as a candidate lor the ofllce of
couuty judge at the coming November
election. Mr. Harrell Is an old citizen of
Alexander county, and Is known to al
most all of the older residents of the
couuty. He is a man ol more than ordi
nary Intelligence, well read, and iu all re
spects competent to discharge the duties
of county judge intelligently and impart
ially. If elected he will, we have every
reason to believe, make a competent and
laltlitul public olllcer.
ThePulaskl Patnot of the 23d says:
We learn that Mr. Pollock of the firm of
Pollock &. Lewis of Villa Kidge, and
James Bell, of L'tlin, have been oyer In
southeast Missouri prospecting witn a
view to the moving ot their saw mills to
that country. Cause, timber within
paying hauling distance ol the mills Is
used up. Morris, Rood & Co. are haul
ing their logs four or Ave miles on a
horse railroad and think they will close
up in a year or so. Mr. Morris is of the
opinion that the abandonment ot this
country by saw mill will be a positive
benefit the better class of men will
settle down to farming and surround
themselves with attractive and profitable
The sale of tob acco at the Farmers'
warehouse, Messrs. Thistlewood t Hin
kle, proprietors, ou Thursday was, not
withstanding the lateness of the tobacco
season, one of the best since the opening
of the season. The sale comprised forty
seven hogsheads leal and lugs, and every
hogsherd was disposed ot at prices
satisfactory to the seller. Of the
entire number of hogsheads sold there
was not a eingle rejection. The follow
ing were tlio sales : $7 00, 7 50, 7 00,
7 00, 7 50, 0 00, C 05, C 00, 0 00, 0 10,
C 55, C 00, C 00, C 05, 5 55 4 00, 5 15,
5 20, 5 50, 4 00, 5 40, 5 50, 5 00, 5 50.
3 05, 5 SO, 5 50, 3 00, 5 90, 5 20, 5 05,
4 00, 5 45, 3 05, 4 00, 3 00, 4 15, 2 50,
3 00, 3 70, 5 20, 5 00, 5 00, 5 10, 3 00,
5 80, 6 40.
We learn now that the other five gen
tlemen who were arrested at iScott's on
charge of gambling, have been reteased,
no proof being forthcoming ngiilnst
them. Now what we want to know Is,
why did the police make the arrests?
If there was no evidence to convict,
there was no need of the arrest. The
lact is, so we learn, that it Is impossible
to prove that any gambling is done or
permitted at Scott s saloon, and he, no
doubt, feels that he is badly persecuted
gentleman, and deserves sympatny.
The above Is from the Ta'diqht of
Thursday evening, and docs great in
lustlceto the officers who made the ar
rest referred to. The fact is just this:
The men arrested were gambling, and
bad they been tried under the ordinances
at least two of them would have plead
guilty to the charge. They have so stat
ed since tho trial. But the county at
torney Deiieving lie could make a case
against them had two ot the men, Char
leston and l eager, arrested under the
state law, and that he tailed in his efforts
to hove them held to ball is no fault of the
officers who made the arrests. The
Twiligh ought to know by this time that
to be a police officer in Cairo is not an
enviable position, and that in their cflorts
to bring offenders to justice, no matter
how clear the case against them may be,
they are frequently met by obstacles
which it is not in tiieir power to over
come, We do not blame the officers for
the failure to convict in this instance.
The fault is not theirs, and if the Twilight
will take the trouble- to iiiYcstigiito the
matter It will no doubt arrive at the
Tramps are very scarce In this vicin
ity now. The now "vag-law" Is at the
bottom ol it. Previous to tho date when
this law went Into force the old "course
ot sprouts" that they were called upon to
undergo when arrested had but littlo ter
ror for them. They were pulled by the
officers, taken bcloro a police magistrate
and fined, but scarcely ever were put
into confinement, or compelled to labor
on the streets, but luvarlably asked for a
stay of execution which was grauted by
the attorney ou the promise ot tho tramp
that he would leave town within live or
ten hours. But the custom ol giving va
grants a stay ef execution Is entirely done
away with by the new "vag-law." Con
viction ot vagrancy now means a fine of
not less than twenty dollars and not
more than ono hundred dollars, In de
fault ot payment ot which; tho convicted
party sToes to 'prison and Is compelled
If able bodied, to labor on the public
streets ot the city until his tint Is worked
out. 1 he modem tramp la not given t
the habit of doing more work than he Is
compelled to do. As a general thing tho
constitution of tho tramp requires a
great deal of rest. He Is by no means ig
norant of tho laws that govern bim, and
since the passage of the now vag law,
knowing bis portion If he is convicted
ho Is not careless of his liberty. The
new rag law basproyen a great blessing
to Cairo, and the whole ot the state.
Tho following Is a list ot tho letters
remaining uncalledtor in the postofllce
at Cairo, Illinois, Saturday, Aug. 25, 1877:
Bradley, Laura; Cook, Thcodosia; Cad
man, Jennie; Dunn, Mollle; Devlin.Mary;
Davis, Ada; Fillmore, M. J.; Fullert
Lllllc; Garrett, Mandy; Hewitt, Jennie;
Jennings, Uesslc, Loeber, Alice; Minard,
Kate; Rush, Dixie; Sullivan, Mrs.; West,
Abbott, O. D.;Boerderman, B.; Brady,
D. M.; Blelock,, Geo. M.; Carr, J. .
Carter. Robt.; Crltherers, S. L.; Ectel,
Henry; Fagan, Morris; Fremont, T. B.;
Harmond, C. Vf.; Hampton, Chas.;
Hindi, E, H.; Hendley, J.; Johnson, A
J.; Ltnderman, L. Morton, Chas.;
McLam, Chas; Miller, n. M; Walker,
Lee; McEntlre, W. S; Paro. E. M;
Payne, J. C; Strahn, Fred; Swafford,
J. W; Stephens, Thoe; Spare, W. R;
Taylor, II; Thompson, P. Fj Vagen,
Henry; Wesenberg, & Co.; Wright,
Persons calling for any of tha abore
etters will please say "Advertised."
Geo. W.McKeaio, P.M.
Hale of Lots at Hodaea' aark.
A special train on the Cairo narrow
gaugo will leave Cairo at 8:15 o'clock
a. in., on Tuesday morning, 28 th Inst ,
to convey parties to the great Bale of lots
at Hodges' Park on that day. One and
one-lliih fare will be charged tor the
round trip. Refreshments In abundance
on the ground free of charge. Be on
hand at 8:16 a.m. as the train will start
promptly at that time.
Tbe Channels of Emit.
From the human system.bear the same
relation to It as sewers do to a city.
They carry off the waste, the refuse
which it Is essential to remove in order
to prevent disease. One of the most sal
utary effects of Ilostetter's Stomach Bit
ters Is to renew activity ot the bowels
when these organs are derelict in their
duty. The bilious and dyspeptlo symp
tons which accompany constipation are
also remedied by this sterling alterative.
Its gently cathartic action has the effec
ot removing Impurities which would
otherwise poison the system and its Ion
ic Influence is exhibited In an Increase in
vital power. It renews appetite, soothes
and invigorates the nerves, prevents and
remedies malarial teyer, and is a tirstrate
remedy for despondency.
Have yoa Dyspepsia T
With its attendant troubles, constipa
tion, headache, loss of appetite, gloomi
ness, water brash, distress alter eat
ing, etc.? If so take DaCosta's radical
cureaudbe well. Its result is astonish
ing, and sure relief is guaranteed iu cvei y
case, where it is used as directed. It
assists digestion, tones up the stomach,
strengthens the debilitated, restores a
natural appetite and as a liver regulator
has no equal. A clergyman of Philadel
phia says : It Is the very foundation of
health. To all who are suffering from a
disordered stomach or liver, or who need
gentle spring or summer tonic, we say
try It, and you will thank us for tbe ad
Vice. Trial size 25 cents. Sold by Bar
Also agents lor rariter s pleasant
worm syrup, which is sure ueatn to
worms. Pleasant to take, and requires
no physio. Price 25 cents. Try it.
f Bender tha Liver Active
When that Important secretive gland
requires arousing, it is only requisite to
resort to Hostetter's Stomach Bltters.the
national remedy tor Inactivity ot tbe bili
ous organ, for constipation, and for dys
pepsia, besides those malarious disorder
to which torpidity of tbe liverpredlsposes
a person. Far more surely does this
celebrated antl-billous cordial accomplish
a curative result than mercury or any
other mineral drug used to cure liver
disorders. In fact, such medicaments
cannot fairly be called remedies, since,
although they may have a temporary
e fleet, they eventually fall to influence the
system rcmedlally, but instead often do
it serious Injury. The Bitters, on the
contrary, are a specific of the most salu
tary nature, and are likewise a reliable
and agreeable tonic, appetizer and ner
The Cumberland river is rising a little,
and sleamboatmen look for a swell at
Seven feet water is reported to St
Louis; 3 feet to Evansvllle, and 8 feet to
Memphis. Tho channel at Osceola is
straight and good, cutting out by the ac
tiou of a rapid current. A new channel
Is reported by tho pilots ot the Golden
City at Island 21 from Pbageman's bunch
of timber to a point 75 yards above Mrs.
Hickman's house. It Is straight and
The Conner-Journal says the new
steamer Fashion, just completed, is the
completest stern-wheeler that ever float
ed. She costs $40,000, and neither pains
nor expense have been spared Co make
her all that passengers could desire or
shippers ask for. Dimensions: Length,
221 feet: breadth, 36 feet; depth, S feet:
cylinders, 17 inches in diameter ; 6 feet
stroke; three boilers. The hull and cabin
were built by Howard, at Jefiersonville.
She has 40 large state-room.
Memphis Appeal, Aug, 22: "Capt
Henry Hampton, a well-known steam
boat commander and pilot, died at his
residence In South Memphis at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning, alter a brief illness
ot malarial fever. lie was on the streets
a few days since, but was taken suddenly
ill on Friday last. He lesyet a large
family to mourn bU untimely death."
The Damsel, Dau Rice's boat, lias
been leaking ever sinco Dan took charge
of her, and sayed her from total destruc
The Missouri Republican ot yester
day says. "Some genius has de
vised a method of relief from
tho fortius of escaping steam from
vessels and locomotives. It is called
tbe spiral exhaust nozzle, and causes the
steam, Instead ot piercing through and
through one's entire make-up, to pass
off noiselessly. It operates by breaking
tbe waves of sound, tbe escaping steam
being surrounded by a wire helix, and
obliged to pass through the Interstices.
A report of the committee on science
and the arts of the Franklin Institute
says that tho invention accomplishes the
object sought perfectly." Bradley says
he would like to put a wire helix on tbe
Jim Flsk every evening before she leayes
the wharf, and It It should prove suc
cessful In modifying the tones of her
whistle to such a degree as to make life
in this neighborhood endurable, he will
agree to take a halt dozen ot them.
The Sllverthorn brought a fair trip
trom Evansvllle night before last. She
arrived at 11.30 and throughout she did
The Golden City has laid up here for
tbe present and will reside her freight
and people. She has 80 passengers and
1 be James D. Parker Is due this morn.
lng trom Memphis for Cincinnati.
Tbe Vint Shlnkle Is aground at 3 mile
Island above Evansvllle.
The Laura L. Dtvis and Cotton Valley
left Louisville Thursday.
Tbe Centennial has a lair cargo and will
no doubt make additions here for tbe
GIVEN BT THE
Irish National Club
Tuesday Eve, Sept. 4.
One ot tbe best string bands of South
ern Illinois has been engaged to furnish
the music. Come one and all and enjoy
D. J. Foley,
Ovrlav tar Coal br th Oar-load
t,o, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jrompuv ftiienaoa 10.
arxo large oonsumera anu
jnanufaoturers, we aro prepare
zo supply any quantity, dt iu
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CTTT UOAI G0MP1VT.
Office on wharf bost, foot er Sixth st.
Office nf Hallldsv Brothers, opposite Bt.
Charles h' tel.
Egyptian mill-' Twentietn st.
Cost dump, ootnfTnirty-eighthtt, or
Post office drawer 800.
PAINT AMD OILS.
B. F. Blake
?aints, Oils. Varnishes.
Vail Paper, Window Olasa. Wi
dow Shade, fco.
Always oi hand, the eslebratsd lllu-laatla
Oeraer Sleva-th atreai aad WaaAUf
ASK YOUR TINNER
Ot hardware deal at ftir the
Msds ealy by the Itaadard Xajsathatwrtnt
Oo, Plttabara- p. Kvsry kettle ade ol
asi ron, warranted, ana fuaimhteeei aot to eoa
tele lay lead ot ereeak ot say other polsoneu
weiiei wnguevcr e-a-m
First U Ball!
Evansvllle. Cairo and Mtmphta
Steam Packet Co,,
Paduoah, 81uwntwa. XrftAsV
nue, Ajouismut), oiaouuusU
and all way Undinf.
Tie slegsat tide-wheel I
f axtbi B. PimcuroTon ..Vaster
jBASxat Psjrmio.... Clash
I Will leave Cairo every WKDXXSDaT at
Tbe fleet steamer
Leaves Calre sverr SlXTJitDaT.
tach boat makes close eoniMottoas at Cab
with Orst-cUes steamers for 8k Laois, siene
aais aad New Orleans, aad at EnaaviUe wttfc
uiaS.ac. B. M. for sllpoiBlsNoetaias) See,
eadwtththe LooiavUls Mall Issaaisri fad
points oa the Dvaer Ohio, sivlne tarottcate
esipu ea freisato and passenistt to all faiata
Lot ttrtaer infbmatioa apply U
JAKES BlUtt. rsasaaasf AfSM.
BkJba MMwrit saassiweskv
J. M. PHOXIPS
O. J. GRAMkli.
4nperiiilendenl and General rniaht a past,
(UPPER CAIRO) .
The 8 learn Ferryboat'
Will be run regularly, leaving Green
field's lending st 7. and 11 o'clock a.m ;
1 .30, 3:3 . and 6:30 o'clock p.m. during each
On Sunday sb will leave the Undinf at
and !0ocloeka.m. and at li a., aad at
Fm nso u suit :is mil
Room and Board, Ut md 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom a&4 Board, 4 floor Si). 00 VevDa,
. i i
Spaoial Rata r Bfomtfc
A limited aomber ar very deslnUa tarn
rooms eaa be secured streMonaU raua tai IM
Tbe Bt Charles I tbe rarfsst sad best ebpaia
sd House In Southern IUImIS. sud Is the lead
hotel in Cairo. Notwltbstsadio the i "B
Book" icduouon la pnosa, me wow wui,
usual, be Uberally supplied with the very
of evervthlni that eaa be Stand i mark .
Fine urge sample rooms tor oommrani
elere, on ground noor, tree of charge.
rt-All baggaceof (oasts oonveysd M aadlraa
thsbotel without eharre-
J. D. DEANE, PropY
Late of the5t Charles.
BATES: $2.00 PER DAT
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar Sc Syrno,
Spooialty in Toao.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
ZIOHTB ITXZ T,
Between Washington aadOoaaa-trWa
Ave artjoinfa; Xaaar'a.
English Brussels, Three Ply aad LftfT-i
Tso, Bulr CarpeU.VelTet Baft, Cnuab
l-f-.sk. rail J MsvCk- A . WAW kmh
VH'UUf VIA VSVOiivt ws-s II
112 FTTLTOH 8T- VBW YOBX
Carpets care tally Backed aad saat to aa
part oi ue uastea dums am Maaaiga.
. A. BS-fDAXeL
STRATTOlf ft X-QU),
Jommicsion Uercha n
AOUmi AMBBTOAJ. fOWOT O
I. H. MtuiTi D. T. Lara, . M. UM
Attorneya at Law,
Officii Cemaercial Arm-,
Listen A Laasdea,
Sub pirate copy.