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.ilUO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Hole. AtiyliiiNlneaatniu can have three linn
i '.', ill thin mI tllillt miller up'run iule heading
lib rail' til Sl.irU x r month ar li par year
ayable c(uini'i ly in ailvuncc.
IIiirilHri, Move nml Tin Wnre.
A. HAM.KY ItealerinMiiVW.TInanil Hunl
Aaic, (imilell nml 1 aniliTs' l'n.li'lllillld, Wile
jluiIii, l(pirlK'rUa, I'nmpn ami l-ieM..
I rommerrlal Avenue. Ouilerliift and Job
hi a Uone uu ahorl iioti'e.
.I. K. M.Xi All KY-l)eu!ir In lian! awl mill linn
,rr, tliiuriiiKi eeilinir, aiilinic ami aiirliieil
.cuitier, lulli and tliiiiKlen nillce uti't yard
oriier i Wciiliuli atrial uii'l WiubiiiKton avenue'
LANCASTKIt A KICK Uraler In wish,
loom, bliDila, lie, lianl uml lull liiiulx-r ami
liii.Klen. Vard ami biuVe, Cuiiiiiirrciul avenue,
uriier I7lh atreet.
I), II AMMAN lialir III (jim-nawm-H, Toys,
.ani.i anil all aiii'l il (am y arlirl'n. ( i.imiih r-
ul avenue, cuniT ''lb street.
WILLIAM WINTKH-ixlli Unit l.ftweni
Joliiiiierrlaluveniii4ail VViiHhiiixU.il ai.ue.
lotluiiK iiikS .1 ere hunt Tailuriiitf.
.lOHN A VI UIM -Merchant Tiiilora-iil iVal. r
lu Itemly Jltt'le Clothing, muliiu l v.e.
Ileal Kslule AKriiciPK.
M. ,1. HOWI.KY-IU-ul Katute Aifent. Unyo
ai.it IU real (.Halt, collcuta rrnia, ray tolas
n.r iin-riulenU. eti1. (.onminc-iul uveuue, Uc
I ween Ninth ami Tenth Btreet.
nl K I.K I U ISTI.KW OOK
l.ottoti aii'l Tolwceo r-'Artura aii'l -ro-iiiirtiira
of the hirmerh' 'iiilmi-ro VVarehutee.
1 '-' '' A. iil Cuniiiiiiiereial Avenue,
I'ASI'KH YOU -
I Ixneral rorwuriilliK ami oii.iiiimisioii
iiierrhant, lor the dale ol ruim, (ianli-u, "r
ii aru auu nan y rroouc. " iimn Levi .
i; A. WIIhEI.'K K A. I u.
li tiiiicr.l KortvanlniK aii'l I .niiiiiiihicn
ineri-haiita, ami iteairra in ail kiwi i f r ruit anil
rn.'lui'e. fcl (jliiy L" fee. I bii.ijuiiiiaiita solic-ii-il,
Hirudin I urn i lie I on ai'piii-uui.ii .
f.Y. liuukera Bltlir Hlue il Iron
ho never been known to fail iu I tin cure ol
tteakneti, attended with nj mptoim ; lii'lim
poition to exertion, Iocs of memory, iJlifl
i iilty ofbrcatuing, general weakness, horror
nl disease, weak, ucrvoustreiutiUn.L;, 'lrt'1
ful horror of death, uigtit sweats, coM fti.t
weakDeHt, (lironeHa of vision, liuixuor, tin!
vernal )aihitUilo ot the unncular ayateii.,
eiiormouN appetite with dyspeplii! i.y
teui, hot liaiiJ", llnhlilns ot the lioriy, ilry.
rieaii of the kkin, palli'l rotliitCDaoca ini.)
eruptioua on the face, purilyin tlio Mooil,
pain io the liu.k, heavintm ol the eyelid",
frequent black npota llyih' In fore the t yu
with temporary mitt'iiaion anil lo-a of alKht,
ivaut ol attention, etc. 'I'lif-e rymptoina
alt ariae froin wrakiifn, anil to remedy
that, tiae K. K. Kutikel't Jiltter Wine ol
Iron. It nevel 'aila. Thoubunda are now
enjoyiui? health who have uel it. 'iel
thft)(enu'ne. hold only in 'l bottlca. Tako
only K. F. KunkelY
Ak for Kuiikel'i liltter Wine ol Iron.
'I his truly valuable tuuii: ha huh no t.'n.r
iiiihly tetted by all elan-en ol the eoiuum
nity that it l now deetnud lii'l,-)c n"ttlile
Hf a tonie medleine. It eo-ti but little,
piiritie the blovl uml f,'ivt ton to the
ntomai h. ri :i.Vat' the ) '.tiu athi pru
I only ak a trial nf tli.s vahiMc toi.te.
J'rlee 1 per bottle. It.. Y. Kiinl.el, Mile
proprietor, No. I.Mi North Ninth ntiei t, be.
low Vine, I'hila.Jrlpliia, l'a. A-li lor j;
Vel' ll.tter Wiiut ol Iron, and take tin
oilier. A filiotni'rai h ol the pmptii t.,r on
eirli wrapper; all other an1 1 ouiiti rfi ii,
lleware of counterfeit. Ho not let your
! ruf ift tell joh uny bin IvimkelV. vvpic'i
it pill Up oniy f atur. reprem nti-'i, loll
ri pet nix bottl for five iloll.ii -. .Ml 1
uk i one nili'ple trial.
TAl'i: Wull.M l!i:.M) kl) A1.1VI- .
fleii'l an. ill complete in two nonr. 'o
feetllihf.i pinei. heat, I'in and -luttirich
wornn rtiniled by lr. Kiibkel.iV) North
Ninth uti'ret, Advien tree. .No tee until
head and all panne In oik, bud alive. J'r.
Ivnnkt 1 1- the only iui:rc-fu! phynii iun in
I tin eotintry for ttie removal of a oi iiih, and
In Worm "iyrnp I plaint and nalu lor
rMI lien or crown p'-r'ti. .Send lor eir
Hilar, or ttnk Jor a botti-i of luinUel'
vVurm Syrup, l'tiee one dolhir per until
.et it ol'vour ilrui:int H never laili.
ni-bnui-H ol Kent nuit omloi'l foi
I iri'it W omen.
Vi. Henry Ward lii etL'-r, '.vIiom: lioiie
bold knowl' di,'!) and perfeit honenty no
one prentinic!! to doubt, rei omuinndn h ni-i-
tepera to u; Waaliiue, the lie Wnub-ti lute
lor noap. hhe iiuy nh'r is plea-'-ii with it.
It i a L-n-al naver ol time and labor, utid
. nn tm more injure i lollnii;' than coinnmn
warm water. MrH. J)ee her it fiylit.
Vahlni ha" many Rreat advantages oxer
anap. It VMmliet la one-tliird ol toe time,
it a. mo-t entirely ilntauvtay Willi rubbing,
Wahes an wcillii hard water a toll. It Ii
the only article known lht will preveti
woolena troin htiiinkinif. Other artieli-H at
ni.-t "oinewliat in wanhlcfT, but they Injure
the clothe. Wanhinn positively will not
Iliee f.ie mine of tho iUliUc3 whleli
have m ido Wu-hine. so populur anion:; the
intelliKeiit h.iiM keeper ol Ann ni. All
nbo me not unii i; Wit-bine will not rcyret
it il they take nneeial paiL- to Inneum and
"ivn it a trial. J'riee, ."i and It) ei:iit. rfold
by all froeern.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Rood Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Train Leave Cairo
2-Vl) p.m. Kat Ktpref, nrrlvln;; in Ht.
Loiii.-i r:.",i) p. to.; I'lilcaKO, 7:"0, a.m.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VlLLK FAST LINE
diTlviui-'i n Cincinnati S:30, a.m.; Louis-villi-,
!;'!', ; indianiipolm,4:ir a.m.;
I'unM.'iirV'M lay Hit truia iitrivc nt above
t AS VVISTO 23
OF ANY OTHER EOUTK.
;)(( p. m. t ast .Mail with sleepprH nttaoh
ed. for ST. LOl'W uii'l CUlCAUU,
utrlvln; In St. I.ouIh nt U::I0 a.m. Chi
riit'O nt 4.110 p.m. Camiui'tiiiir ia Odiu
or KIllnKu"1 1'-,r Ciiicitmatl, LoiiIhviIIu
FAST TIME EAST
'awtit'ern bv this linn po tlroujli to
thii Kant w'ithout uny Uuluy I'.atisuil by
KUOM CAIIU) AIMtlVlvS IN NKW
VonX .MONDAY .MOIIMNa
38 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTUEH KOUTR
dvertlsemem of coiiipotiu ' linos tlmt
' they make Uettor tliuo tlian tlila ono, are
are iHftieil olther tlirouirh lf?uoraticu or a
UtNlrv to uilHleid tlio piililic.
For tlirniiKli tlfketK nl liilormutlon,
u.ply nt Illinois Central U. lt.Drpot.tulro.
THAINfl AKWV AT CAIB0
Kxf 8 '1b 5 n.
lull lil a.m.
Oon'l Hoiuucrn Agt
J. II, Junks, Ticket Aitt.
UU ..'-'.-! -- J
HKOKET BOOI ETIK3
h . M . li.C.
'I lie kniL'hl of the above older meet
at Hull hull lliu Ill .luiidlhiid Monday
n rai d iiiontn. I oioiiitrelul aunne. id door
Bon Hi ol l:ili eireft, at tp in.
jJ"' IJoi.ura.ll. M.
, i ASCAI.ON LOIXjK, KO. SI.
7W liiilfdita of I'ythlai, luecta every Krl
U?hiA "'Kilt at luJ-put aeven. Hi Odd-
f lellowa' Hall. llowi,
ijfr .ianeellnr Loiiinander.
AI.KXANHKIl I.ODUIS, NO. IU.
Indi-tiendiiit Order ol Odd-Itl-lowii,
ino ta every 1 hurwlay hikM
at hall nant aeven. in their hall on
Jonimi-ri'iul avenue. U-lween Sixth unj Kev.-ulli
treu WiLLh. liiM.iNn, X. u.
MAIKO K.NI.'AMl'.MKNT, I O. O. K.,lntii
iinOdd-KillowH' Hall on the first and thiid
liieixluy in every moutii, ut hi-.ll-.at seven
A. I OMIMOU, C I
ACAlHOl.OIKiK. NO. '.'i7, A.F. 4A. at.
j. Hold regular e"iiiin"iiii'itiona in Ma
TyBonie H ill, eorni r l.oiiiiii'-ri'liil avm.e
' 'and I iflilli i.tr'-'t, on the. m-von-1 and
'oiii til .Moi.dav ol iAi.ti n.onlh.
fK billn foralvertlun, an due an I
aide in aova.1i a
'Iranaieat advertibirjr will I li:r:nl nt!N
rata of 1 a) per wjtuue lot' the Krat inn -ttioii
and .'i" u l.ll lur eai-.h uli3Wil( r.t one A lihuntl
iliacouiit will be made on alaiulm and iliI
Kor Inw rtina; Funeral notue tl () Nntiee ol
meetihK ofiiK-letieii or K -et urdi ra '' o-iita for
Cliiirrh, Society, K.-stival and ;iii.,er iintieia
will only lie innerti.l aa advcrtmcmmW
N advertinrineiit will lie received at lent than
inta, and no alverli merit will be inaerteil
for lead than three (lolliirn ner month
KK II. Ill MM. MlttltN
Ol oil'.' n-'jllllt" (S lilies - ) or iiiorc, i II-ci'iU-il
in tho Hfi.i.Kiiv ,i-i follows : (l.i-n
I hmi ciiio Mpi ire (iiintctl n a nrjiuri1.)
One iii-i riiou per n'juari' .",)
Two itisi-i -tiiiti.x pt r ipiarr ',"
'l'lin ftin-iTlioin piT ijtiun.' 1 in)
Six iiiMTtlriiis per ifjtiarc
Two wti ks pr-r itinrt! '! ."0
Ont! fiioiitli per Mature. ! "i0
JSpeciul rates inuilo on lurjf a'lverti.-o
Hn.'iita or for lonrr time.
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owin lo the pre-ert bird tiiuci ami
'arelty of money, I will, tiller tliii d'lle,
Nell llreail Ml :iOe. rr iloeii, or 'J
I.ouvea lor .t Cenlt.
Ai-o (.'ake. I'i' s t tc, at proportionately
These aoriili f.re i,f Iho cry lit in the
city, and will recointiit-ad th:iri-'.-!c.n a
J jVOr.Ji-rs from abroad v.i'l receive
prmiipl rit it nl ion.
I'rop'r Uriion Kukery,
rmnti,' r.-iul Ave., bit. 4t!i aLdlith M
airo, Auj'U.-t 0, I 77
View of Marriage !
U,)MjrllIitl irfit.tc 1II 1'iK
luti' id ttin:iirr tfiJ tit
auu- tiip. unftr (or it iiir -trrtt
t-t Hrprtxiu'.tiMi nl
,.! Li-ft vf Wotofri.
A b... u.t p'iv (, roi.. i-
td.Lfi JUL jjice
t HHIVMt MtDICL ADVISER?
'in lid. i' r.i-foi PnvM Itur itf.i tc.wQn'.r
Alumo. tictM, or Bortt ii w: ii U 1
LKllll f'fiwre, f'' J'a't . pf i' JtH l.
A CLINICAL LECTUUK on t),- t-hr 1 .M
1 tM- Ttiroiitarrfi Lo . C.Ui rh.Hup1 La .
Ojium IiAhlt,4r ..purr llfria
J I'lior t"h ot ..!(. ni'it. P-''r d! pTf: fa'', thf,
r ) , K:litf JMaif. I"aii tu l oiVtlt-l. ) ; rl.
An.aLii. JjUTU, Ny. ii.N. 111. ii. tt.Uu.l, U.
1 L'i:.-DA Y, August lsT.
In nil For Siilc
A line lal ttl ol eighty uf.-nv-f. situritf'1
tliicc-ijiiurter-! of ii mill! wist ol lloflcs
I'.irk. Fifty nra-s tiro tlrarcl :u.d well
b ncr il, Uii- balance I- in irood timbt r
lah'l. l or particulars apply to W. 15.
Iliown. on tliif liirin. l.i'tKr' :-lioulil In;
,1'1'lre-n-il to tlin llu!;;e I'.irk po -tolllc!.
I .v. l,tw.
IM. Ilia . Ion lias returmal lo liii oM
stiiuil in the Itniacr building, where lifl is
better pn pared limit ever to fii-ioimno-ilatu
Iiih juitrons aiid tin; ptiblii; who
may favor bim with a c ill. lie lia one
to i.'ou-idcrabli! e.p(.ii-i' in lilting up u
couplo of nk'i li' liiiiii-licd roottn, v.liiili
in) hm provided with all the Irtlot im-piovi'ini-iils
and eonvcnit'tii'i--. lie em
ploys only lir-t t;las wurkmrn and thoo
wlio pairotii.e him will have tln ir want?
attended to in style and will intive
niirteoiis '.reattiii'iit. tf
llu-n', I.iiomis ii ( o., dt aler in ncilli
orn labi ice, bnvc n nioved tbeir ollici!
Iroin Ill's nrncr ol' Kilith strort and
Uliio lever! to Ibe li liousis ono iloi.i' be
low till! St. ''liarlm hotel, an-1 iiro lmw
deliVri injl ico in till jitirts of the. eitys
I'lionf tleslrins the. oohl Ptull will leavo
their orders at the. now ofllre, whiTO Ilioy
will rni.'elvo prompt attention.
Iamks Kavanai'iiii, .Maunder.
Caiho, Ii.i.s., May 17, .1-17-1 in
'lo ItenUer Iho l.iver Aelive
When that Important Kiicrullvu gland
requires arousing, it is only re qnistto to
rciort to Ilostcttur'j Stomach Hitters, tho
national remedy lor inactivity ol tho bili
ous organ, for constipation, and lor dys
pepsia, besides those malarious disorders
to which torpidity of the liver predisposes
a person. Far inure surely does this
celebrated anti-billons cordial ticeompllsh
a curative result than i.ietv.ury or any
other mineral drujr used to euro liver
disorders. In iact, such lucdleanioiiu
cannot fairly bu called remedies, since,
although they tuny have a temporary
effect, they eventually fall to influence th
system renicdiallVt but insteatl often do
It serious Injury. Tim Hitlers, on Iho
contrary, are a speclllo of the most salu
tary nature, and are likewise a reliable
nnd nrji'i.'ealile tonic, appetizer and ner
vine. Sule of l.ulw ill Undue' I'liik.
A rpeelnl train on tho Cairo narrow-liatij-u
will leave Cairo at 8:13 o'clock
a.m., on Tuesday morning, 2Sth Inst,
to convey parties to tho great salo of lots
at Hodircs' I'ark on that day. Ono and
onn-llt'lh faro will bo charged lor the
round trip. Uclreshmcnts In abundance
on tho ground Ireo of chnrirn. Ho on
hand ut 8:15 a.m. as the train will start
promptly at that tlmn.
WliHc niij,'tr at New York Store, SJ Wi.
l -r 51. l-'uuillica buyinj,' in liirye ipmu
tilit'i will bo yoUI lower. Til
Oi iiernl Ileum.
Juilgo fireeri is ut hoiiieaniiln.
-Os (Jreenlee of Cooso Hand, Is In
The county commissioner!: meet next
-Mr. I'. 1 ). Ke.xford has pm to t:id
liitf K ilo of town lots at I lodges'
park to day.
Mi l .laiiies returned finm her vi-it to
' iin ciuie- iin Saturday night.
.Inline .li.lin II. Miilkey has returr.cd
hoine alter un alist.iiee ol sevei il days.
The Kxeebilor literary so ii ty will go
out on a (Miing excursion in t week.
-Oirlls & Kaiikiti have iimvi d tlulr
tobiiciai 'labli tiin' tit bad. tu .Metrop
The .Mystic Krew will give an enter
tainment at. the atlii tieiiin ruinetinie next
The regular September l rn of the
eiiiilt court will eoiniiii tire t;vn v. -' 1. "l
Let us have Mr. II. 11. aii'lee iic-
eeed the lamented Mr. Siifl'orJ in the
board of idiK ati iti.
Mr. .1. ( '. immer, w bo lei- V"-n in
Ohio for the p:i-t two week", veiling
relatives, leturiied ti I'airo yrMfT'by
-1 heeaiivass fur eoiinty clerk !; ic :iii-
iiing lo warm up and tin; nrvi I 'd candi
dates am 'getting in their work" v. beli
ever oeea-iori oiler-.
- Jleputy Slu rill .lack lidogrs lias
been at Hodge' park tor '.he p.i-t Uin o
or tour days preparing th'ngi for tho big
sale of town lots to take pin e tie re tc
i.'ay. There is a daiieroui Vol'- in tl.e
sidewalk at the eorner ol .Sixth street
and Ohio li.vee, nnd unless it looked
after will be the raie... (,f a lawsuit
agaiii't the city.
Oeutle (Jerotild rciuneyl home I'roni
his eastern tour yesterday. J le has .-til'
fered nearly all ot the time during his
vit from chills and fever, and h'i r.inie
back to get well.
There v. ill be a irrand baLi given to
wind nji the big sale at Hodge-: par k to
day. Ojuite a large party ot young ladies
and gentl'-men ot this city will atff-nd.
They anticipate a merry tune.
Our neighbor, the A'.. iiimi, h-;-: him-S.-ll
down a-i gracefully as i.o-ilile hi re
ferring to his Saturday's remarks eon
curing Mr. 'ruin. Hut wo don':. -'T: that
he lm mended the m-ito-r inie li.
All il.e world ovr, baby ;:,,( n-.
Yi t often di-case w'll overcome the
baby and then it is that It. Hull's babv
syrup prov s its worth by eoirptering
the din ue. price 2i cents per bottle.
A spicial train will W ave the narrow
gauge depot this morning nt a ipiurtcr
alter seven o'clock, for Hodge.-' park,
eonviy ing ail who wi-h to attind the
salcot town lots at reduced rates of fare.
It is said that the Mobile and Ohio
railroad company has oik luded to ex
tend their road lroni Columbus, Ken
tucky to Cairo, and that work on the
extension will be commenced at an early
We have received a postal earl from
the Rev. St. .lames Dillon-I.ee, stating
that he w ill be in Cairo in a day or two.
IIo will conduct, services iu the Church
of the Hcdcetm r on Sunday morning and
The New York store, C. 0. 1'atler A
Co., does a bigger business than any
other establishment ol the kind in South
ern Illinois. The Xew oi k More is cer
tainly the "buss" grocery liott-e nt this
feelion ol country.
We are indebted to the nianagei of
the I'adncali fair association tor cour
tesies extended u3. This a--delation
will hold its fair on September Jl, 2.1,
2d and 27. It promises to be the most
suceelul exhiliitlon ever held iu I'p.du
eah. Jim, Sommerwell hn- ued the city
for ten thousand dollars, .liui Marled
home from down town one niyht recent
ly, and it being very dark, tmd Jim not
being certain as to looting nt be t, fell
ofTot the sidewalk just above Ihe eu-.om
Mr. J. M. .lohnson, hunker, from
I'ayton, ' hlo, whose name Is vi II known
at the money centers ot the country, i' in
Iho city spending a few days with friends,
lie Is on his way to Pitrango, Mexico,
with a view to Investing larg ly in eofiec
Sir Knights Keardcn, Sproat and
Antrim kit Cairo yesterday morning on
the Cairo and Incennes railroad for
Cleveland, Ohio, where they go to attend
tho grand trienal conclavo of Knights
Tcmpler. They expect to retilrn to
(.'airo on Saturdiiy.
Chlel'of I'olicu Artcr. say sirniipleol
wry suspicious looking individuals ar
rived iu the city yesterday wlioho has set
down as burglars. Ho will keen his eye
on them, but let our people be a little
cautious la locking up at night,
A lovely landscapo all dotted over
with unsightly boulders, is not more un
pleasant to tho sight than Is a human face
disfigured with Humps uml Pimples,
those prime evidences ot Impurity ol the
blood. Dr. Hull's Wood .Mixture will
remove nil such dlsllgurcinents prompt
ly. A "yellow dog" yesterday afternoon
attacked Uu. Smith, second son of Dr.
Smith, on Thirteenth street, and toro the
boy's face up badly. Dr, Smith put two
pistol balls Info the brutes head, ami
Egbert Smith gave him a third one,
when tho dog, not scorning to bo troubled
much by tho lead Jumped over tho fonco
ol the yard where ho had taken refute
ami trotted down town.
Juhn Kcohlcr, the eiuT;'tle pro
prictor of the Drovcr'a and Hub hcrV
exchange, KIgtitti street, .ti.i.i'1 the
lira grand lunch iu liii tie abl!.-li-nicnt
on Saturday night. There w.vi u
Immense gathering of John's old wt
new friends present, who were Fiipplfd
bountifully with the choicest drinks nuu
viands, and enjoyed a good treat in the
way ol delightful imisie, fumi-died by
Eisenberg's string band. Jnlm pro
poses setting a lunch every anirday
night, and intends making hn ; :4liiou
Of. iiopular resort of Cairo.
Ou Sunday afternoon Mr. John
Ilegl with his wile and too children,
and accompanied by Mr. Koehli r, went
to Mound City to spend a lew hours.
Ou their way back to the eiiy thi horse
became frightened and statt'-d tu run,
and before ho could be .topped the
wagon struck a stump, up citing it,
and throwing the entire patty out. Iu
the fall Mr. Jlegi's little boy, a child
seven yean old, had one ol hi ijarms
broken in two places. On i caching
home Dr. Cordon was called and set the
brokon bones, and at last accounts the
little fellow was doing as well as could
Just receiving a choice lot of butter,
belt in the market at New York .--tore, ot
A Local Uenieii ineeuce.
To the Editor or tfio Uclletin:
And so the old Cairo Ilra;s H.tnd is to
bero-organizi: Well, well, the days
When that old band iir-t organi.ed seems
like a dream, they .-.re so long ago. Old
gray-beards the -boy,'' are now, and
but a handfitlllelt of the sturdy twelve
that startled the frogs and waited awav
the friendly mo-cpe-toes with every toot
of their horns in those early days win n
a brass horn was a novelty and a band
only thought i in connection with a
travelling show. I.'-t's sic: there me
'I'red." I!r---, Hi-rn ird Smyth, Henry
'io-sinaii, Mose Harrell ami 1'erry Pow
ers, .ire ail, 1 think, that are now here,
and where iu the wide, wide world are
the balance? Some, I know, are e;oii( to
that land where that olde-s of old horn
blowers, Oabricl. is tlulr teacher; and
there too, are two of tin ir other teachers,
Hunter an-1 Klngsiie-. Hunter, the
highly lruug, m rvnh y-nitive chap,
you all remember, you "old lrauifta"
of '.Vi and 'od, I know. An I hard you
bio wed and bio wed till -no, and he wel 1
some box, he died, poor fellow;
but may-he it wasn't your mu.-ie killml
him, alter ail, though I recollect thinking
It might have done so, at the time. A mi
poor Kir.g-lieH's wife died, whether out
of sympathy p,r her hu, band's
Euili.-rings or nor, I o'en't know, but one
tiling I do know, and th.it is ohe escap
ed something when .-.he e-eiped hearing
her own dirge. Do jou recollect that
dirge, you old "HYmnaiHs ':'' Jlovv .some
.f yougotoui of lime and some out of
time, and how one ambitious blower
bluwcdawail more In art-rending than!
any lurien.l r.ote. all I'V 1dm. . ii . .mi
how some of on heard some il the
others ol you, and suffered as only r.i.-p d
nerves can suffer; and others ct you
didn't know much about it, and were'
greatly affected by the ma-ie and
the fuleuiiiity it added to the occasion y
We have grown in grace .shire then, and
can make and know good inr..de now.
Nor was it long 'til you "he.j -" charmed
the ears and hearts of we thin rustic
people. It could not have bu n, ii st-euis
tome tiow, but a lew month - al'.rr you
were organized till you were called
upon to ciliciate as a band, and surely
nothing ever was more sweetly elemn
than your rendering of "Then At. Cone
l'rimi My Oaze:" nut a dry eye in that
crowd, I tell you, and I think it was
more a tribute to your performance Ihan
of sorrow lo the departed. I you re
member that funeral, ,;boys'.-' it was
overthe remains of Mr. I,ul. our first
jeweler, on Ninth street; an
old eilizen. and ' whose
widow is bis widow yd. I
think you will all be glad to kuow what
I learned, recently of her and In r work.
She is now loeited in Sr. I. nil-, h a
practising physician of t'c eclectic
sclnol of medicine, htul stands hiah
among her fellow practitioners. Intelli
gent, industrious and ambition?. She
has climbed tho rugged highth unaided
and alone, and is, to-day, a credit
to the women ot our day and nf our
city, and is a splendid specimen of what
can be made of the material furnished
here, In t he earlier days of our cxhtnnee.
And to know ot what stufl were made
our old-lime men of Cairo, we have but
to look upon the remnant of the old
time brass b..nd, than whom you can
lind no better hearts anil fewer bigger
brains. Does the present day with all
the advance ami improvement giv
promise of anything better than we have
turn .shed, nniti.-ie. or In iim-tbliur ide'
Not e ven in morals, nm alraid, r.h
ai we were want to he considered
C.'iito, August 2, th, is,.
Mine Money .
Iluy vour dry goods, boots and shoes
and in fact all other goods you need,
where they are sold the cheapest-, at
the (,"u Ni.w Yonu Sioni:.
lluvo 3 oil i.V"iieiHi 7
Willi lis attendant troutdes, coti.tlpti
lion, headache, loss of appetite, glooinl
nes, water brash, distress alter eat
ing, etc.? If so take DaCusta's radical
cure and bo well. Its result Is astonish.
Ing, and sure relief is guaranteed In every
case, where It Is used as directed. It
assists digestion, tones up tho stomach,
strengthens the debilitated, restores a
natural appetite and as a liver regulator
has no equal, A clergyman ol Philadel
phia says : It is tho very loumlatlon of
hculth. To all who are siiflerlng from a
disordered stomach or liver, or who need
a gcntlo spring or summer tonle, we say
try It, and you will thank its for the ad
vice. Trial size 25 cents. Sold by liar
clay brothif s
Also agents tor Parker's pleasant
worm syrup, which Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take, and require!
no phylo. Price 23 cents, Try It.
HIV Ell NEWS.
lice and barges are due from fit. l.yij i.s,
the frank N illar I Illicit out lie re,
adding about i.i tons.
Tho Golden City will leave hery on
Saturday for Now Orleans.
The yacht Wanderer, Dan J.'ice'. ml.
vcrtlshig boat, arrived yesterday.
The Jno. W.Carrett had her barges
ngroun 1 a short time at Osceola on Fri
day. Captain Kids dteelge boat, will bo
cumpletcd in a few ihivs. !',ho itraws
T. (( I.
I'll" Hello ol Texas added consider
abb? here. Ike c.vper shipped onheras
2 1 clerk.
Tin; T. P. Eekort was to leave (ran"o
landing on Sunday for Cairo and Is no
doubt now on her way.
The John J?. iMaudo came out of si.
Louis drawing 5 leet ol water, and
made fair additions here.
Tho lug Sam Croendyke passed to
Hickman on Sunday w ith a little wharf-
boat in tow, ami returned yesterday.
J he II. C. larger and Grand Tower
with moderate trips to St. Louis, and
t'ne Polar star for Tennessee river pacd
i. ui. Mivennorn or r.vaiisvillu says
the oldest river men do not remember
when the river was iu a worse condition,
and the wor t part of the river is just
below the government dyke at Evans
ville. The L. il.
Cincitn: i'i, ;'
F.VMii- iiic, ."i
fMahlinan, from Nashville,
tons ; Dora Cahler, lroni
) tons; Cotton Valley, from
il 'urn ; Silverthorne, from
J tuns ; Jim Fisk, from Pad-
ueah, IU) ton-:, and Laura L. Davis, from
Cincinnati, 130 tons for reshlpment.
A rise of lour feet in the Tenneee
river was reported by private dispatch
yesterday, but elsewhere, exeppt at St.
Louis, where there was a small rise, the
rivers are all falling. ;il inches Is report
cd at Caseyyllle, Evensville and Pappy
ere, I,; s fret nt O-eeoIa and '1 to St.
I hereby notify saloon-kef p( aud
all others to retrain from giving my hus
band, James Powers any intoxicating
drink;. Any who disregard this warn
ing will be prosecuted to the full extent
ol the law. (lit) Mks. Jamks I'owr.us,
He.-t biannsol bums at the New Voik
Store furl JJe jut lb. nnd each ham war
Is a sad ullliution to sutler lroni. It attacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
Is a constant dread of impending danjp-'r.
the Damocles sword of iiuaw'nury evil is
su-pi'iided over, morbid sensitiveness
of the thoughts, and actions ol others,
etc. This disease generally arises from
nu aticctiuii of t ie liver, stomach, urinary
organ,ete., and can be successfully com-
batted by the aid rt rest and light diet,
and me use ot a remcuy 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
l're-h Hiij jiHt in; 4 and 1J lbs. for
tl at the New Yop.k Stohk.
Cwuo, li.i.ts'ot-, .MnNhAV Kvr-iiNo, )
The weather continues warm though
not to say hot, and the heat is not un-
bearahle. We have had no rain for sev
eral days, and the streets are becoming
very dusty again. Business is moder
ate vely active and transactions inlhe lead
ing branches is fair.
The llotir market has undergone no
material change. JIeceipt3 are Increas
ing and stocks have accumulated and the
supply on hand now is larger than for
several weeks past. Prices are easier
though there is not much strength to the
market. There seems to be a well
settled conviction among dealers that
prices have about reached bottom, and
that In the near ltiture they will as
sume a more regular, firm anil
ste-.'dy tendency. The order trade
is lair There is a slight im
provement iu the hay market, and we
note a bctft r demand for strictly choice
hay at quotations. Receipts are light
and the sto?k on the market Is small.
Common and low grade hay is Iu good
Supply and dull The corn market Is
Hat and transactions are very light. The
supply in the market is good, and re
ceipts liberal. Prir.es are weak at 42(Ji)
file Receipts of oats arc light, and
scarcely equal to tho demand. Receipts
are taken on arrival at quotations below.
Tho demand lor city meal Is light,
and prices weak at ?2 3.i(t7-- -W. The
supply is fair. Country meal is in good
supply nnddull at ?2 I5G22 20 ilran
is in good supply and steady at Hid" 50
in bulk audio 50010 iu sacks Pota
toes are in light stock and fair demand at
SI 25&1 50 per bid. and 35(-l5e per
bushel. Receipts (luring tho last tew
days have been small, and there are now
only a limited Mipply on the market
Receipts of choice butter are light
and the stock ou the market
Is light and unequal to the
demand. Common and low grades
are plenty and dull Receipts of eggs
are light, and tho market Is compara
tively bare. Prices aro l2e. higher,
ond aro now quoted atllOgllc
Poultry Is In good supply and arrivals
liberal. The demand is fair. Prices are
steady at quotations Fruit ot all
kinds Is abundant nnd prices are so
Irregular as to render It impossible to es
tablished quotations. Peaches ore selling
all the way from 10 to 40c. per boxj pears
20to5Ce, and grapes C8c. per lb
Vegetables ot all kinds are In overstock,
cheap nnd dull sale.
Kates by river to New Orleaiu have
advanced, nnd to-dy are 17Jo per cwt',
2je per 100 on buy, and il.lc per dry Lbl.
tajf-Our friends should beur in mind
that tho prices here given are only lor
sales from first hands In round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots It Is
necessary to charge an advance over
The market Is not changed. Ilecelpta
are increasing aud stocks accumufating.
Prices arc easier, though there Is little
strength to the market. Tho order de
mand Is fair. Sales reported were
300 bbls. Various Crades.
$1 50(3,7 00
5 CM 5 75
5 006 50
400 bbls. Good Family..
Various Grades on
orders ii 0067 CO
There is a lair demand .'or strictly
choice hay at quotations. Receipts are
very light and the stock on the market
small. Prices arc steady at prices below,
naies noted were 1 car strictly choice,
$12 50; SO balen, choice Timothy, $12;
I car choice Timothy, $12; 1 car strictly
choice, $12 50; 1 car Gilt Edge, S1J.
The market lor corn is flat and trans
actions few. The supply on the market Is
large, and receipts liberal. Prices are
'tcady nt 42&i3c, In bulk. Sales re
ported were 1 car white In sack, J9c; 1
car white in bulk, 13; 1 c.ir mixed in
There is a fair demand for oats. R
eeipts are light and taken on arrival..
Prices are steady ut 20(3,271:. Sales noted
were 1 car mixed Hi bulk, 20c; 1 car
choice mixed In racks, 31c; l ear in bulk,
There s no improvement In Upmarket
for meal. The supply i.s (air and the
demand light. City Is quiet at $2 35o7,
1 io, und country at $2 15(2,2 20. Sales
were 200 bbls. City, 2 3.V?2 40; 50 bbls.
country, $2 20,
Ihe ctock of bran on the market is
irge, and receipts liberal. Prices aro
steady at quotations. Wc report sales
ofl car In sacks, $20; 3 care in sacks,
$10; 25 sacks, $10; 150 sacks, $10.
Receipts of potatoes tor tho last few
days have been light, and tho stock on
the market Is small. The demand for
good potatoes is fair, and prices steady at
1 2.iV o0 per Lbl., and XJuAjc- per
Strictly choice butler is stiil tcarce.
The demand is urgent, and prices steady
at lOfilSe. Common and low grado Is
in trond iock and dull. Sales noted were
ltubnudium, Me; 1 tub choice, lSe; 13
pails Southern Illinois, 10(5,1 lc; 10 paek
ages northern diary, lfifolxe.
Fre-Ji egs insmall boxes are scarce
and in demand at lc.higher, and all are
taken on arrival. Old and straw stained
are hard to dispose of at any price. We
quote sales ofl.T) dozen, lie; 50 dozen,
Chickens are m good supply and fair
demand at quotations. Receipts are
liberal. Sales noted were 1 coop old
hens, $2 50; 3 coops old hens, $2 50; 5
coops young chickens, $1 25(7,1 75.
Sales provisions were 1000 lbs. clear
sides, sjc; 2 tierces sugar cured hams,
Sales lard were ten tierces kottlo ren
dered, fJjc; 20 kegs, do 10c.
The market is overstocked with all
kinds of fruit, and it is jmpossiblotostato
prices. Peaches aro selling all the way
from 10 to 30c per box ; pears, 20 to 50c;
grapes, b'giSc per lb., and apples, Irom 30
to 50e per bushel, according to quality
Vegetables are abundant and cheap.
Tomatoes nre worth lOQuOc. per bushel,
cabbage $3 50-l 50 per 100, nnd al
others In proportion.
Sales salt were 800 bbls Ohio river,
Eatate ol Louis Blatteau, deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed
Executrix of the last Will and Testament
ot Louia Ulatteaii.late of the County of Alex
aneler an i (State of Illinois, doueaeed, here
by gives notice that slie will ai near betore
thu I'nlinlv I 'nnrt nt llaviml.. C.iih.
I..U - " ' - " wv.t. b w V - .1.1111.1 V'UUIJ.
tho Court llotl-e in Cairo at the October
lcrm, on the 13rd, Monday Id October next,
t which time all persons bavins claims
rpaiust said Estate are notified and request
cd to attend forthe purnniie of bavlatr ttie
same adjustod. All persons Ind bted to
said Estate are requested to m iko immedi
ate payment to the unuerslgned.
Dated tlila'J-ltn tlavor August, A. 1. lSTT.
Estate- oi Bridget Clark, deceased.
The undersigned, havlnir been appointed
administrator cum Testuiuonto Annexo
of tho enttite of Bridget Clark, late of
tho c.iunty of Alexander anil
jstato of JIIIiioIh, doceaaed, hereby
dves itotico that be will appear befora
the county court of Alexander county, at
the court house iu Cairo at the October term
on the third Monday iu Out. next, at which
tinio ull peruana having claims SKAtnnt nalil
ettate are notilled aud requetituU to attend
lor tho purpose ot having the same il
lusted. All persons ludepted to said tu
tale nro requested to make Immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated, this 21st dav ol Atipuot, A. D.
1877. ALFKKD COMlSd.i, Ailm'r.
wUt. Cum Tcstaiucnto Auncxo
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Wh olesale Gr ocer
And Dealer In
K: 78 OHIO LEVEE.
PECrAL tttenttot 1tib I eonilUDirats and
fill Uu onUrt
GIVEN BY Tllfi
Irish National (M
Tuesday Eve, Sept. 4.
One ot the best string bands of South
ern Illinois has been engaged to furnish
the music. Come one and all and enjoy
; mi. I.
D. J. Foley,
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
5,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
sromptlv attended to.
HasrTo large consumers and a
manufacturers, we are prepare
fo supply any truantity, by h
nonth or yes, at utUfcrm rates.
oAiao CUT u'ajj, COM? 481.
Office on wharf boat, fort r Sixth tt.
Olllconf Ilallidav Jlrotherj
Charles hotel. . '
Egyptian mills Twentieth if.
Coal dump, loot of Thirty-eivbtli it..r
l'oat office drawer 300. '
IB. P. Blalzo
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, 8sc.
41 way on hand, the oalebnted lUnnUattlm
Corner Elarenth Strt and Waahlag
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WholcMla tod Retail Dealan la
Foreign and Domeitlo
WINES OF AM KI2VI4,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
1TES8RF. SMTTH A CO. have eouttaOV
IVX larira itock ol the bwt gooda ia Ut aiat
i, ana give especial atuuuon IOIM
noh of ttaa bualnaai.
Wlioletala Dealer in
011133, Corner Twelfth
ft V J-
ICE I y the Car Load or Ton WW
packed lor shipping.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
ht Ohio LtTM,1