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.iIKU BUSINESS HOUSES.
Xulo. AiivliiMini'Hii linn ran hare Hin lim a
(,aee, In IliU nhmii) under appropriate heading
lllif rutu nl tl.nu H'i' moiilli or U r .ur
arable, ijuuiii-'rly in advance.
. Ilardwitre, Nlote ! Tin Warr.
A. llAU.KV-l'eBlerlnKIrivee.Tlnand Hard
oie, (ianlen awl 1'iiniiern' Implement, Wire
ii,o, llefriKeriilnrn, I'llini'H ami l-addera.
I'i Oimnu ri ml Avuiue, liiHIt I iii(r, and Job
Work done on Hlh.ri notier.
I. inn Iter
,1, S. MciiAII b V- l-ul' r in lunl and Hull lurti
r, Uiioiiuif, eediiiK, H'llUK and iiii'.u:ri
uiiiitxr, ImIIi au'l aliinnlee. (itlim Hud ymd
nrnur I wenln Hi atnel uud Wu Jhiiil'toii avi nue1
LASCASTKIt it KICK-IJealrra in wirii,
liHira, blind, ctr., hard ami anil liiinl'r ami
hlngle. Ynid Mini nihil', Oiiinru n ml iivrnue,
orner 17th Kiwi.
()' iih Hie.
l. H All'lil AN liralrr In 1 -ww.irr, Tnya,
I jiiipaanrt all kinilf id in y m licl-.. I iimmr
;.:! avenue, 01 nr i-tli al'wt.
I'liulOKritiili y ,
WIIJ.IAM V INTKIt-Suilli atr.t lielwf-n
Vmimernlal avenue ami Waaliiuiiroii avenue.
lullimtf und Men lilt ii I l uilurliiK.
JOHN AN 1 KIM-Miti liant Tailor and dealer
Iu Heady Miule Uullilng. IK Ohio li m.
Heal latuta AKeuelea
M. J. HOWI.KY-K.iil r..lt Atrent. !"
ml aella real eUt collrcta rent. y UX
lor unu-rertideiitH.ete. .oiuineri;iul uvciiuo, t
IWH'ii Ninlh ail Tenth "treeta .
II INKLE TmsTI.KVOOl
II l.iitlnii aii'l Tobacco t'netora ami ro
iirielura of the ariU"T' Tollm en V urelioiiM'.
I A li Coaiiuiiiereial A eime.
I; lii'Di'riU Purwanling ami I oimu .-m,ii
merchant, lor Hie rale of tin in, Gulden, Ur
liaiil anil I'airy Produce. iiiIihi Levee,
II A. WIIKELOl K i .-
j (general torwanliMK unil I oiuniisalon
merrhanta, ami dilera in uli kiwia of Kiuil and
PriXlUffl. ' OloO J.4'Vtie. Loie.ll?ljl,f liM Hjiie-
ml, rSienclla fumi lied mi Bf- naiK.n.
E. r. Hunker Bllt-r Wlui uf Irou
liH never bueu known to fail in tlir rin ii ol
wcakueim, attended with ayijiptutim ; liidla
ponitlon to exertion., W uf memory, Uilll
culty of breathing, (.'enural wtakrif'ta, Loiror
of dleasr, weuk, nervous ireniuiii.i.', ilr;al
lul horror of rteuth, iiiu;lit aweuii, eoltl feel
weaknef, illniuii of vision, luuuur, mil
vernal laaeituUc ut Hip inii-culiir h aHu.,
enormoua Bjiptstite Willi dy)i'i)tio i3
tm, hot lunula, Dunbini; ol I lie ho'Jy, dry.
acn of Ihu akin, (j!1h1 I'ouiiteuaLi ami
rniplioim on the fin e, miil)iuii llie blooj,
pain In lli'' baek, tiesvine" ol lli e t-liJ
ITcqueLt black ayoti llym before tin; eye
wuh tvoip rury ruIl'uiou :m J of "lt-'bt,
want ol uttriiliun, tt-. l ht- nyiniloii.
11 rlo from n weakni , ami to n uiedy
lhat, ii"' K. K. h'uukei'a liiller W'ian ol
Iron. It lifVfci "aii'l. Tliouanndi am now
eDjoyiUi,' heulth wbo bavi neil it. iil
the fceuu nti. HolJ only iu ?1 bottle. Tiki;
only K. K. KuukiTa.
Ak for Kiiiikcl'i Kilter 'Wine of lion.
1 hi" truiy v.ilirjMe tonic bua lieeii m tlior
oilKfily teiti:l by all clangs ol lli eoiiiinu
lilty tliat it Ik now Oeeinfil inili-.nnlile
a u touic lueilli'iue. il cosia but little,
l'iriiir the MoO'l uD'i -'. tola- to the
tumneh. retioate tin: f i!i iii ai.'I prt
J only Ofk a Iri il f f lliij vilml.le toni.;.
J'riee l per boltle. K. K. hunkfl, n,c
proprietiir, No. K,!i NorfU Ninth ctrpi t. be
luw N ine, rinU'lelibi.-i, Vn A-k lor K lin
ker It. tier Wil.e of Iron, ami tnke no
i.ihi-r. A vl'0lor'li ol tlit; irprietor on
ai'U wrapper; all otlieri are eo'.iiiterl- ii.
HfWaie of counterfeit.'. Ho not lit our
ilruvin't n il you any but Kunkcl'', uhicU
is put up omy as abovo tepreM nti J. You
cu pl MX biiltli lor livti ilollai" . All I
k i one tin. pie trial.
TAl'K WORM KKMOVfcD Al.l VE.
Head aii'Jall complete in two Hour'. No
fee till liea pas'ea. neat. Tin and t"ina:li
worm renidPd by lr. huukel, i'.'j .Voriti
Ninth atrtet. Advlee Iree. No lee until
bead and all pa'Hci In one, and alive, lir.
liunkel i- the only ui:eerul pb)ieian In
tbli eotintry lor llm removal ol AorinK, and
hi Worm rup li lia-ant and s ilo for
rblldieii or j-own per-on". hi nd lor cir
riilar. or ak lr a bottle of Kunkt I'
Worm Svrup. l'rlee ono dollar per boltl.
i ,rt ii of- our druiriSt It ntver laiU.
I'll' katei ol Heat mid oinlorl loi
Mr. Henry Ward lleettier, v. lioe Inm.-e-bold
know Ii dye and perfect humbly no
one prcuiuei to doubt, leenmuieniUliouse
Leepers to wv Wabin, tbi'ricwulititute
lor no:ii. She ay -he is pleau'd with it.
It i a Kft-at Haver ot lima aud, labor, and
can n u more injure clothing than coininon
warm water. Mr. Beet licr i' li'lit.
Waihlne baa many prrat advaDt;,'C5 over
aoap. H wahe In one-llnrd of tue time.
It almost entirely (loenaway with rubbliii.'.
Waabesaa well in hard water a aott. It h
the only article known that will preven
woolenatrom hrinkirir. Other nrtielei as
alat aomowhat In wa.blnv, but Ibcy Injure
Ihi dotlie-. Va?hme oitUely will not
Theco are wjm ct the qimlities wlilcli
havelnadfl Wai-liine w) popular kiiior the
intelligent b iu-ekce per- ol America. All
who are not in.iii',' Wa-ibinfl will not regret
It If they take, special pain- to procure awl
ive It a trial. I'l if o, .'i and 10 cent-. Sold
by all vroccrx.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R
Short est nd
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Eunning Two
Daily Tr&inB from Cairo,
Trains Lf..ve Cairo
) p.m. Fast J'.xprcss, urriving in St.
Louis l:."in p. m.: Cliiciu,'o, Tm, m.iu,
2 20 p.m. CINCINNA.TT & LOUIS
viLLE FAST LINil
arriving " iMnclnnsti h:3t), a.m.; Louis
ville, H:t!5, a.m.; Inrtimiapolis, 1.1 D a.m.;
t'uascngeri by this train arrive at above
y ivrVANO xi
OF ANY OTflElt EOUTK.
l.Ilu'p. m. rnt. lml with sleepers attach
ed. for ST. LOUIS ami CHICAGO,
arriving in Ht. I.otila at liillO a.m. Chi-
cnim nl. 1 Itll li ill ( !rinnni'l I ill nt (lllill
or KMlngtiam lor Cincinnati, LnuUville
FAST TIME EAST
(Kspners tiy this line (to through to
the Kant w'illiout any delay caused by
The .SAtUUHAY AKTEIIXOOV TItAIN
FISOM OAIKO AKIUVKS IN NKW
YOUR MONDAY MOKaISO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHER KOL'TE.
AdvertUemcnts of competlni' lines that
they muke better Hmo than this one, am
are Issued cither Ihrounh l,'t)orance or a
desire to mislead the public.
For throucli tickets tnd Information,
D.ly at Illinois Central B. H. Depot, Cairo.
THAINS Aaiuvs at caiso
Slim li m
1 IA u m.
no inHwi N.
Gen'i Southern At
J.H. Jonbh. Ticket Agt.
1 lit knlRhl. of the ibitt order meet
at their bull the ltd and thud loiiday
u eucli llloulh. (oiim Urdu I avenue, 'M dooi
aoiilli f ltb airvi t, nl h i.iu.
Ioiiu 1 1. lloi.nr-, li. I,. M .
ASCALOS MllltiK, NO. 51.
KnbhWof I'ythiaa, inta every Kri
iluy niKbt at liall-uiHt twven, in Odd-
r llowa' Hall. Ifowa,
Ihnnwllor (.'oiiiiiwndi r.
AI.KXANIlKK I.OMOK, M. 'tlA.
Imlnmndrnt Order of Odd-Kel-Iowa,
HietU every Thuraday niirht
at ball i.kiil seven. Ill liieir hall n
Joiiuiii ri ml av nue, ltwru hixtb uuil Hevi ntb
:reil Vi il l. h.
r unto kni:ampmknt, I o. o. r..inei
Viu Odd-KelloWH Hall on the finitand tbii'l
I in lay in every month, ut half-naal aevru
A. i'omini.h, : r
fK t'Alltl.iill,K. NO rXl.A.f. A A. M.
44 llnld nvulnr wiiiiiiiiuiieatioii In Ala
7v3 Bout'-. Hull, curlier liininere.iul avenue
va,i .,,Kiuii Btnel, ou tlie eeuuml ami
i.iirlh Moiidiiv ol'in b iiionth.
II ATI rAO v f.U. I IHI S U.
AII bill foradYrrtifiiiK, " ""I l"1V"
able lit iV
Tranaient ailvertiainj! Will Iw His-iteil Hi tU
rate of II 1 periiiare for the Urst ina- rtioii
ami cents fur each uhwiient one A lilieial
dbuyiunt will be niade oa eUnidinK auddiKpl
For lnaerliiiK Kuueiul noth "i Kntiwol
niertiiiK of rocletiea or eecrf t urdera M ntnli for
tai li lim.Ttion
Church, Society, Keetival and fiupjier noliaa
will only be Inserted aa advertiaemcuU,
K advertlwrncnt will be received at leal than
ficvnta, Hwlnoanvertittuitnt will be inaerted
fur lc than thn dollar jier riionlh
l l)( Al. Ill MM. .OI I V.H
Of out! Hiiaru (H lines pparr ) or more, In
wtUmI in the Hixlkii:.- m fdllows : (l.ci
than oiii; sijiiare couiiti-il hs n square.)
Onfi insrrtlon per quaru $ "-Vl
Two inscrtioni! per pnuarc 75
Three Insertions tier square; 1 WJ
Six iii'i-rtlotifi per "(juare 1 "
Two wtk. r Kqtiari! -
One month jxt prjnare... ; W
.Special rates made on lnre. a'lvcrtiM
mnitf" or lor longer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owing to the) frcM-nt hard tinif) ul.il
scarcity o money, 1 w hi, slter tlii date,
(Hell Hrenil Hi :l-. per iloeii, or t!
( I, Olive for 5 C'liU.
Al-o Cake". !;, etc, al prcpoitiomtei)
low prn-e. ,
Tlieae- om! are "f the very trt in the
city, and will rccon.ui'.ii'l them-elvn ai-
XV ''inlcra Irom abroad wt receive
proiutil a'li ntion.
I'rop'r L'nion Hakeiy,
Kin rn rcial Ave., bet, 4th M.d till
I. aim, AiiKU't i. I77
View of Marriage !
IM.fMiaUlial 1 ft " l''-
lull- ot mar nav tint V-m
) tf t in ft- tor it uf iv
t rtt f Xtopi-wJiu tifin tijl
t" Dti.a ot Women.
A Uh.Ii t'.r fir;vsti", oji..1-
A PHIVAIL MLUIL'AL AUVIttt:
fin !! u.t'iT'lt-rot i Private Nrtture fn.i trotn Brlf
Abu. Eifcwt, "t 8orot Di .iu U.t UK
A CLINICAL LECTURE n th ilrfw" 1 r
t'K.H- -t i- e Throat ai.-l Lung. Cat&rrU.Hupture, U.
Opium Habit, aVi .prn Hjci.
i'ilr bfk ewnt ftfmaim t'T Ot pft! Of " thfM!,
otit,i,inr 1 1,?' . In -airfilu: i. ,utrnU-l. tr T.'t 't.
AiWlUt JjiJU CUTTJ, .Nv. U H. 54ii U HI. lOUa, Ma
Tlirii.SDAV, August 32,1-77.
I hiiii Tor iSiiic,
A line farm ol eighty acres. Minuted
threofmarttrs of a mile west ot Hodges
I'aik. Filty arccs are cleared and well
fenced, the balance is in good timber
land. Tor particulars nj.idy to W. B.
Brown, on the larni. Letters should be
addres-ed to the Hodges l'ark o-tot!ice.
Ivl. Braxton hits returned to his old
stand in the Kelser building, where he Is
iK'ttt-r prepared than ever to accommo
date bis patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense In lining up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen aud those
w ho patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
1 1 use, I.oomis it Co., dealers in north
crn lake lee, have removed their cilice
Irom the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the Ice houses one door be
low the Ht. Charles hotel, nnd are now
delivering lee In all parts of the citys
rtioc desiring the cold stutl will leave
their orders at the new oDIee, where they
will receive prompt attention.
Jamks Kavanai gh, Manager.
Caiho, Ills., JVlay 17, 1877. 5-17-Im
'lo Keiuler Hip l.iver Aellvc
When that Important secretive gland
requires arousing, it is only requisite to
resort to Hostetter's Stomach l!itters,tho
national remedy tor inactivity ol the bili
ous organ, for constipation, and for dys
pepsia, besides those malarious disorders
to which torpidity of the liver predisposes
a person. Far more surely does this
celebrated nittl-bilioits cordial accomplish
a curative result than Mercury or any
other mineral drug used to euro liver
disorders. In fact, such medicaments
cannot lairly bo called remedies, since,
although they may have n temporary
etl'ect, they eventually fail to Influence the
system retiiedially, hut instead oltcn do
It serious injury. The Bitters, on the
contrary, nre a speciilc of the most salu
tary nature, and are likewise a reliable
nnd agreeable tonle, appetizer nnd ner
vine. Sine or l.ols nt HodK'V l'ark.
A special train on the Cairo nurrow-
gauge will leave Cairo at S:15 o'clock
h. on Tuesday morning, 28th lust,
to convey parties to the great sale of lots
at Hodges' l'ark on that day. Ono nnd
ono-ltfth faro will be charged lor the
round trip. Kelreshments In abundance
on the ground free of charge.- Be on
hand at 8:15 a.m. as the train will start
1 1 itnptly at that time. :
White suar at New York yiorc, f J lbs.
for$l. f'ainilllos Luying io lury (unn
titles will lie eokl lower. 3t
Dan Kice, Momliiy.
l orn Winter is In ,'liiclnti:tti.
Mr. ltnliu Voeiiin is in the eiiy.
Ninuty-elejht in tliesliuile ye-tei'ln'.
ArcyouKolii! to the imiyor'n ilcuk?
Mr. I'. S, Kent iii buck Ironist. I.om'm.
The policii (M)iirl.t Aire very J u 1 1 ye
lenliiy. t'ol. Taylor eauie liomo b elay
ul lirrii ion .
Tin; licv. Dillim-I.ei; i- i pi.' tcil
Mr. J'rcil Kur.iiiieyer I utile. ! h'1
ami ut n'aiu.
Mr. JamiM Hell id I Ilin . wa' in tin
Mrs. Charles Kyle; i In ra-lucah
Why 18 Ittbat v.e h:ie no more
bum) concert)! V
Mr. J. A. litiry, ol pi !ii.''tiiM, is
'J'hj; l.'alro wahljn nd factory U tlo
in it rousing hii; liu lnen.
-The county coiiiiiii.--io;,i r will mctt
on Momliiy iict, H't'pteinbf'r 'I I.
Who will hi! tin; next niin'i iiiti'inlniit
of cliooN li an iinportutit f;iii.stion.
TwceU I'.uki r has one to Fulton,
Ky- to t'O into the iniilinj; hit-inc.-.
Ir. IVardin r mi'Ht.' th.it i very
body ilicinl'i t their premie ;i with coper-a-.
A very ruin li in cilcd ii(:w pairoi steps
have b' eh put up in irunl of the; court
--liiibc Vocuni, Miii o Al'lernun
(j;orjfe Voi.'um, i lyinif very ill at Ills
hx-iiovciii'ir .IijIiii liiii;ilieify, uf
.loneshoro, tin) newly elected juJe, is in
Tlio next regular monthly mi e'inul
the city council will he held in .t Tues
Nearly two-third- of the tow n-lots
sohl at ilo!'is l'ark, on Tiu -d iy wen
hoiiiiht by I 'airoiti.s.
A iiroctracteil mceiin' is in proiess
ut llev. Ncl'Oii l'.ix's eliurch. ami el.-on
is "ejatheriii'' the l-irj ii'r-i in,"
Mr. org'- I i-licr h i-- ri'tnnn-l j
fi-niii Sjiring.'leld where lc; -jie.it a d.iy :
or two on important bti-iic-. j
-Kx-i.ovcmor Milton lirown, of Mis-
.issippi, will bis two dang iters, were j
rcgi.tered at the St. Charles yesterday, j
-The Li-htee.ith street I-coj-lo want
their f-ldewalks repaired, an 1 this want
hhould be looked to by the a:ithori;ies.
Mr. Ben Settle, tobacco inspector lor
llinkle A. Thi.-tlcwood. with Ii'h family,
are visiting friends in (.'lnrkv:l!e, Term.
If you want to s;ee a good lu.ise race
a race tuat will be woo by tin; fa-tet
hor-e', go to tin; park Saturday morning.
V. If. Morris Is cxpird-d home the
liCL'iniiiiiL' of next wee k. Then look out
for the organization of a militr.ry com-
If Aidtrman Tout Ualliday will be-j
come a candidate for county ; .iiniii-:-sioner
there will bo no rpioi-Uou about
Miss Emma Kdey l.-tt tl.e city lat
evening lor St. Louis on the Mcaincr
Vicksburg. She will be ab-ent alciut
Mr. .la. S. .Morris ot I 1 1 in, has
been confuted to his home l"i- -cverM
days on account of siekm " !. He was
SDino better yesterday.
The young men ol the Irish atioMtl
Society are selling tickets for their ball
Tuesday night very last. Il promises to
be a grand success.
We are glad to know that ll.in Kioe
has again taken the lead ol the profes
sion. The old veteran has again the
"boss"' show of the season.
We are going to have the best show
of the season next Monday, Sept. 3d. It
Is old Dan Bice with his new show.
Everything new and attractive.
The gang ol hoys who nightly con
gregate at the corner of Twelfth street
and Washington avenue must look out.
The police may "drop on them."
Charleston, Mo., It said to have the
crack base ball club in this neck ol
woods. The Cairo boys wilt "tackle"'
them during the Charleston fair.
Mr. S. I). Ayers has been suggested
as a proper man to succeed Mr. Snflord
In the board ot Education. Mr. Ayers ti
certainly a good man lor the place.
Searching will discover all things;
and to discover as well as to remove im
purities of the blood, the best blood
searcher is lr. Bull's Blood Mixture,
Mrs. Black, of Cairo, has been in Ihe
city several days with her daughter,
Mrs. Sol. Kosenwater. who is lying very
ill at present. Charleston, Mo, F.nlf)-
If our peoplo wish lu be well amused
they should go sen the trained trick
horses and educated animals, dogs and
goats, next Monday at Dan Bice's great
There Is a bad break lu the slduwulk
at the corner of Thirteenth street ntul
Washington avenue, which unless re
paired soon may result lu injury to somo
Mr. Geo. Fisher, who Las been in
Springlleld Blneo Sunday, caiuo home
yesterday. He gives it as his opinion that
Grand Tower will not get the now peni
tentiary. No one can develop the graeo of
meekness by lliteiilng to a crying baby.
Stop Its tretfuiness by curing the collo
with Dr. Bull'8 Baby Syrup, I'rlce 25
The coluaJ people wil Imbecile, .it
Tiltfriuw. Uest," tint'" iniltii ubovu Ihu
city on tlm MUsUslppi riyerroul to-ilny.
Let cimiliiliitc tako notieu ami govern
SUii'l aside, uliowmrtii! .Statnl unde!
Clear tlm truck ! The old man it him
selfiifrain! I.ookoutlor lUii Kicis Is
oomiua; next Muiilay with tlm iK-st
tiliovv ol the Kvason.
Then! arc lorly Cairo K oplc atMu;.
hoyaii, Wisconsin. A party was Kiven
a week airo yesterday by I lie .Sheboygan
lolks in honor of tlm CuitoitcH, which
was a Ray atl'ur. mid wns ;;really en
joyed. for the pus-l week Street Supci in
tend aui Tlm Gorman lias had a good
force of men aud teams at noik on
Wellington nvenim, nearTweiily'hth 1
street. He has put that portion ol the
avctiiicln lir-;t-clii-i condition.
Anions tin: arrivals at, tlio Ht.
Charles- ytstenlay were J,. .M. uuiner
nmJ family, and I.. N. Kus; nnd daiigli
tor, ol New Orlcan.-; T. -V. I'o-ter and
family, of Cobdeii; Miin Kiln Fitzgerald,
Mumplils; and .Mr. Lytlieniid (laughter,
Mi.:-i Ma'iel Mi phew- ,who tiai been
in the city lor tlm pa t week, the. gtnst
nl Miss iK'Ha-liordoii, returned to her
homo in CVitralla yc.-feril.iy. .Mi-,
Mabel Is a charming young lady, who)
will l.e sadly missed by many of Hit;
young gallants of Cairo.
Louis Herbert, of Cairn, U whole
Mailing '.hfl celebrated Moerlam's Cinciii
nati beer, said to be the very be-t in the
market, lie can deliver it hero ice-cold.
W: are pcr-onally acijualntod with
Louis and can recommend him to de-d-cri
iisa perfectly reliable geiilb tnati."
The public si-luioU rt ill ic-iipi'ii
tober tii -t. M;-j l!o;'ers will take her old
place in the Klcvenih street primary,
and Mis? Thompson will have charge of
tlm Tbirtionth street grammar school.
This bit of intelligence, will be ror-i iv d
with plca-iiic by tin; parent') of tl.e
scholars who.'altcnd t;io-eilcpartnii;!it.
II iv.kiii'. Iliiiiiin, Hcly and V
ca -.diilatcs lor the counly clerk-hip, were
at lloilgcs' park on 'I'ue-day, uml each i
coiilldeiit that he "got hs wmk In."
The canvass is becoming Interesting. It
is said tliat be-idc the lour ocntlciacn
who have uimoiuiceil, then; are -lill live i
more who will come out and make J tin
race for this olliee.
Mr. .MikcShceluin, w ho (-ince his ro
turn from college' at Cajie liirardeau, has
hcen fuimccted with Mr. Mike llowl'-y in
the real estate b-i-lnos--, leit 'airo a few
d iys ago for J)..ll.is, Texas wIick-he has
.'iccptcd a position in a leading bu-ine-s
liou-e. Mike was one id the most pryi.iis-
lu,, ywui( ,tmi in tlii. citv, an:, v.t ,,,,0
... .....:. .....,.,, : ,,. ir,,u;
Mr. B. McNifl", an old and experi
diced barber, lias taken clinigc- ol the
shop on Eighth itreet, tn ne-ilv .m-uju 'l
by Mr. I.ampert. Mr. McNdl U a white
man and an excellent i arb-r, and will
cndeavnr togive Lis c-.i-touieis as good
work as can bo had at any other shop iu
( airo. lie solicits a -hare ol the patron
aire of our citizen-. .'!-) 2v
j -V'e know ol thre.; Wade llamj.toirs.
I W a-i; Hampton, "uvcruor .'l soutl:
l',...i:,.o U.l.. I !.,,, I..., II.,. ... .1. ,r,,l
..lu.iii.i, ' . uvju j i .wji y I'll, ins. ...IV,
lecturer, and Wade Hampton, porter at
the St. Charles Hotel. The two former
gentlemen are celebiattd iu tie ir pro
fession, but neither nl them, dare say,
are more celebrated as orator ', than is
our Wade as a cat'.-rer.
(jentlemeii who desire t'? practice
their horses should seek juiiiu other
course than Washington avenue. The i
people along that thoroughfare, are be
coming heartily tired ol having it made
a race course of, and soon, i or later
some of the per-mia who an; in the
habit of making it such will be a.-ked to
step uji to the ctpialu? oD'n" and li'pii
date. The alarm of lire soundd icsterday
morning was caused by the burning of
a small house at the corner ol Twenty
Second and Division t'treets owned by
Mr. Ed. .lones. The lire companies
were prompt to answer the e:ill, and
though the flames had gained consider
able headway, wen; not long in doing
the work of extinguishing them. The
damage to the property was considerable
Theyottng men who have the mun
ngetnent ol the party to come oil' on the
steamer Colden City to-night, request
us to state that as the boat's ollieers have
concluded not to begin receiving freight
until next week, the boat will remain
where she now li 's, just opposit Tenth
street. They al-o ask us to urge every
body wiio has an Invitation to attend
the party as it will be the nil air of the
season, uf course it will. They all are.
Says the l'ailueah .V ict of one (if our
(.'airo girls: "Mi;;s l.ou. Chii-dinan,
bookkeeper ol the Novelty Iron store at
Cairo, who has been iu our city the pa.t
week visiting the family of Mr, Marion
Morgan, ha returned to Cairo. She Is
an aecoinplMiod lady, and will be greatly
missed by many admirers.'' Why don't
I'adueiih send us a few of her girls, and
give ih a chance to sny something nice
'ihu bteiiiner tloldcii (,'iiy will be the
sane of a gay hll'alr this evening. By
Invitation ol the ollieers of the host, a
party will bo given cu boatd of her
A large number of Invitations have
beuu sent out, every ono of which
should ho honored, lor such a treat us
those who uttend will get Is not en
joyed more than once In a lite time. The
young men who are iminnglug tbeullalr
understand what Is required ol them to
make It il success,' and will leave nothing
undone, that will add to tlio pleasure of
tlio occaaton. Harry ubrlen's excellent
string baud will furnish, music lor the
. The people of HoJu'es' park are
quite tobtiJent that thtlr bright star h
now In the ascendant. The big sale, ol
town lots was ft great euaess. There
wan a very largo crowd ol people in at
tendance, and all the loin offered, nmn
bcilng one Inindied, wcro dlsposea or.
The prices paid by the purchasers ranged
Irom live to lorty dollars. Kverybody
In attendance ut the sale was treated to a
grand barbaeuo dluner,' Irco ol thorgc,
and tlio day's proceeding wire wound
up ut night by a dance. Although there
were many peoplo present Irom nil jcj
lions ot Southern Illinois, inoro than
two-thirds of the lots Sold well) bought
I'V 1 aim people.
lic-l brands ol hams at the New York
Store for 12Jo per lb, ami each ham war
rant' il. .:t.
I hereby notify ualoon 'kccpirs, atd
all others to refrain from giving my hus
band, (uiiics Powers, any Intoxicating
drink. Any who disregard this warn
ing will be prosecuted to the full extent
ol the law. (lit) Mas. J.i.u:s Powers.
Kate Money .
liny your dry goods, boots and thoes
and In fact all other ' goods you need,
win-re they iu sold the cheapest, at
the ("it.) Nkw Voiik Siom:.
II ) iioclioinli'iiixii
Is a sad alllictioii to i sillier Irom. I tat tacks
all stations urn! conditions of lite. There
s a constant dread of impending dangers,
the I) itnoi r.vord of Imaginary evil is
susjiei d. d over, a morbid sensitiveness
ol the ilionghti and actions of others,
etc. '1 his ili.-ca-e generally arises from
an allectlim ol t .e liver, ktomach, urinary
orxaus.otc, and can be successlul'y com
baited by the aid of reft and light diet,
and th'- use of a remedy which will re
store new force, promote scrctlons and
excretions, and give tone to the whole
system. Sin h a health restoring remedy
has been ton ml in the Home stomach
.1 Hit receiving .'a choice lot of butter,
best in the market at New York store, ."it
Fr--li l.'io -u;t in; I and-JA lb :. for
l a i. ihi- Nrw Yoiih Sioiik,
J here is no rise reported in the rivers
any where exix-pt at Dubuque, where a
1J inch swell Is reported from heavy
local rain-. The weather is clear and
extremely hot and business Is growing
alarmingly dull. So little freight has
arrived during the past Js hours that,
("apt. llegler has concluded not to load
br New Orleans at present, and the
golden City will theretore rest at the
jaiik and undergo further repairs.
Tti Chamber ol Coini.ureo of 1'itts-
burL' on Moi.day evening passed the
following resolution lu relerenee to Cup
taiu i-aoa ii.i improvement scheme:
" ItcvAnd. Thai this chamber earnestly
solicits the co-operation ol all ottier Ktu
died organizations in the valley of the
Mississippi in the call lor a convention to
meet lu St. Louis, early iu October, to
take measures to secure the improvement
aud permanence ot the navigation of
Tin. resolution passed. nnU the secre
tin v was instructed to notify the bod:es
designated ol the action taken.
The Commonwealth will be at the
wh.irlboat to-duy lor New Orleans.
The Vint Shinkle will no doubt arrive
to-day from the Ohio,
orrit.i: or Li(iinitufsi: Insi'Ector,
Filt tn District, Sr. Louis, Mo., Aug.
17, 1S77. On last inspection of lighthouse
tender Alice, the lollowing is a summary
of work done between New Orleans and
St, Louis : Thirty-one new lights estab
lished; twelve discontinued, thirty-three
moved to suit changes ol the channel.
Between Cairo aud St. Louis the chances
and new lights located on the up trip ot
the tender, as below: Ehz.i Point light
moved up one mile. Seventy-six land light
moved down 130 yards. Kaskaskia bend
Unlit moved down tlOO yards below ware
house. Ste. Genevieve Bend light moved
down 2(H) yards. Turkey Island discon
tinued. Salt 1'olnt Towhead discon
tinued. Forest Home moved down 150
yards. Twin Hollows (Illinois shore)
moved up -MO yards. New Lights
tireetihehl's Landing, Devil's Island, on
bar opposite end of dike; wreck ot Bab
huge, First Hollow nbovo sand depot.
Fort Charter Landing. Salt Lake Land
ing, Head of Bush Island, (ioodmnti's,
to avoid wreck of Mary Alice; Twin
Hollows, on Towhead bar.
The singboatM. A. Woodruff arrived
yesterday from the Ohio where fhe has
been doing good work in removing
obstructions from the channel. Be
tween West Loulsvillo and this port
She removed several wrecks and M
snugs as follows: At Tradewatcr sho
removed a coke barge, sunk four yeari
ago by the Iron Mountain. At Cumber
land Ldand chute sho removed a piece of
a coal barge that was sunk several years
ago. Al Canny creek. Ky., ju;t above
llu moutli, a sail barge sunk by lee in
January la-t. At Brooklyn, Illinois,
she removed a piece ola coal barge that
was sunk by ice last winter, The snags
removed were as follows: At Stewart's
landing, 1; Hughes' bar, 7: Knob creek,
J; Twelve mile point, 2; Salt Biver. 2;
Evens' em leg, l;Ottnr creek, 2; Cidar
r.irui, I; Wolfe's landing, 1; Hank port,
1; Trotter's landing, :i; Amsterdam, 1;
Swans lake, I; Hammond's landing, I;
Hatfield's hiei-e, II; Oil creek. 1;
Hull's bar. 1; clover port, :i;
Hour House Lauding, 2; llawesville, 1;
Caniiellon. 1; Anderson Bar, I; Oram!
View, Indiana, 7; Koekport, 6; Ashland,
1; Snyders, 2; I'pper Yellow Bank, 1;
Lower Ditto, 1; Owenslioro, J; Enter
prise, 1; French Island, Si; Johnson's
LuUliig,,2; Soufuctown, IsThrce Mile, 1;
(ireeti Klver, 1; Evansvllle, 1; 1 lender
sou Island, 111; Diamond Island, 1 1; WnU
nut IJend, ll; Mc, Vernon, 11; Slim Is
land Chute, 21; rnioiitown, Ly., 11;
l'oker Point, i Wabash Island, 13;
Ualcigli, U; Head ul Cincinnati Bar, It;
Head lllg Uurnoano Ishmd, fi; Foot of
same, li; Foot of Sister's Island, 1;
Hand Stewart's Island, 20; Head Dog Is
land, .'I; Foot Cumberland Island, H; Foot
Cumberland Islstid, !;, New Liberty, 2;
Head Cumberland.. UluuP Chutte, 2;
root, same, l; Canny Creek, 3;
Sandbank Bond, ft; Lydia Point, 2;
neaa Cottonwood bar 2; Foot same 1 ;
Paducah 1; Brooklyn 1; Helgrado 1; Me
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
raducah, Shawneetawn, Evan.
villo, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
Hie eleiraot atdo-wUeel iteamer
laXTIRl). PlMKINGTON , Mnater
JlUHUrl FlNNlMGTOH (')erk
t Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
o'clock b. m.
The fleet iteainer
IIin Huwaud Master
Kb. 'I iioma clerk
Leaves Cairo every SATURDAY.
F.a'-h bout makes close connections at Cairo
with Urnt-cUna iteaniera for bt. Louia, Mem
phis anil New Orleans, and at Kvanaville with
Ilia K. 4 C. K. U. for all points North ana Kaat,
and with the J.ouisville Mull Steauiera fokall
points on the Upper Ohio, (riving through re-
ceinia on ireiiiu anil inubeugera to all points
urthtr information apply to
J AUKS Illt.iiS, I'ayisenirer Azeot.
JlAl.LlllA Y niiOb., i
Or to (i. J. UHAMMKR,
duperinteixlent and Gvnerttl FroiKht Axent,
lo-s-Ai-lv. tvanaville lntliana.
3 AFFORD MOERIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Eulldinfr, up-itairi.;
:& Oldaat Eatabllahed Agflncy In SouttJ
rn Illinois, repreasutlnic ovr
165 000 000
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
jfaTTo large consumers and a
aianufacturers, we are prepare
to supply any quantity, by th
month or year, at uniform rates.
CilBO CITY toil COMPANY.
Office on wharf bont, foot or Sixth st.
Office of llalllday Brothers, opposite St.
Ejryptiun mill Twentieth st.
Coal dump, .oot of Thiriy-eiyhth St., or
l'ott cilice drawer SCO.
PRICES REDUCED II SUIT TBS HUES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor $2 . 00 Per Da
SpeoUl Ratal br Week or Momth
A llniltcil numliM- of very ileclratile lam
rnniiis can be ancurt'ii atrnuunable rati a lorlhc
1 he st. Chiirlva is the largest ami beat anpoln
eillluim in Southern Illinois, aud ia the luail
hold in Cairo. Notwithstanding tlio "11
Hock" reduction iu jirirea, the table will,
UHinil, Vio lilivnilly auipliel with Ihe very
ol'evcrytliinKthat ran be found in markat.
Kino lariii' tiimple rooms fur commercial t :
clem, on groiinit lloor, rrKof charge.
tAH liKK"Ki'i)l Kiimot oonveyed to and Irom
UielioU'l willioiit ehurKO.
NO CORE-NO FEE!-;
lalt i1 R-wt Wwbintti.o itrwrt. Catcara, for ih rur of all
I'litnt rhmtiir nuA hpn-ial liU, Hrwlnul WraknrMi.
,Nirvvu iK'blllljr, auj loi MmhiMM. (wHWMtitly
itirrtl, Ut.O, i RitraitufiUor 11m IKtwtn tv liool, nit um do
Mrfiiiryi liw tb lacvw t-I l'ntW4 SUM, LA-IHK-
riilriii; iniaiitiaiii nh botm rit rnwd, mil orwrtw,
tty nmvriliii' fiw mlrtnta. tjaiiil rlft Cnti tor MKH-
uU.t: unm. r,i uiiaKintiMi. VAUUiKU
I.4IMI-1H and mlnmn vrtil Iflftv Onto for Haiiitl of Rnlr
1m ttiNNl mi lrilar oflmKrlntl tnftiriiiauon by tsfrtw. Coir
mil Hi on ftr abd vuiitidvnllal. Htliat.ie t-uuual 11 1 U, a Uu
0. D WILLIAMSON,
Wh ole sale G ricer
And lealcr In
If. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
FEt.ALaltentlnl liven I (onilunnl nJ
GIVEN BY THE
Irish National Club
; ON" ;:
Tuesday Eve, Sept. 4.
Ono ot the best string bands of South
ern Illinois has been engaged to furnish
the music. Come one and all and enjoy
COMMITTEE OF AatHAM CEME3IT
P. Graney, D. J. Foley,
J. Barrow, P. McEUesjott.
PAIHT AID OILaV.
B. F. Blako
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes.
Wall Paper, Window GImi, Win
dow Shadea, feo.
always oo band, to eeltbtatad illumlDtllB
Anion a onv
0 orner Elvnth 6tml m4 WaAhlnc
R. SMYTH & CO.,
' -At Vl
Wkoleaal ul detail Dealer ia
. . t i
Foreign and Domeatio
.' ' '. l-.r - : . ; ,
WIXEM OF ALL KIHDB,
No. 60 Ohln I .
MESSRS. SMYTH A CO. nave so ai lastly
alarfrestoekot the beet (ooda la loe bm
et, and giveeapeoial attention to lb Wkelaeall
anoh of the bueinaaa.
Whuluale Dealer in
Offlo9, Corner Twelfth and
. ICE ty the Car (.oacl or Ton Will
packed lor ahipplDg.
STBATTON & BIRD,
AOENT8 AXXXIOAK POWLI 0
M Ohio LAvee.'
A Bepoeutory of Fashtoa, PI
and lnitrootloa '
NOTicia or ma raiaa. .
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than the Buuauription price, beaieee flTlng the
aouaehold an lntereatlng literary yiilior. Chl
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H no incliuleapreyiiiea. f U. S. poeteffe.bj
Subecriptiona to ITAIiFM'a MAOAUm, Will-
ly, awl Ba.a, lo oh adilraaa tat one year, $10;
or, Iwe of Harper! I'eriodkala, lo one Murcea
fur one year, an uij poatac tree.
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'. or ltaior will be auuplled grafea for eyery
Cluli of t iva SeaacaiHiwi at t each, la one
rrniittancei or, Six Copiee for$ (JO, without
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