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..iIKO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Na)t.--Any linslntsa Arm can have threw llnea
oaoa, in this uoluiuii under apruirint brading
llbtnU ol tl.AU per rnuniuor 12 pet year
a;auM qiiaruny in an vane.
UMliWi, ( Bad Tlu Ware.
11 ATT nvTtu.li In Otovna Tin Mid llsril
nu.tr, Uairiraand farmers' InipleuienU, Wire
iouds, UwUfwatora, rumps ami iurnim.
l.i Commercial Avenue. Oiuttcrinfr, anl Jul)
Work dona on short notice,
.I.S.MotlAnEY-Daalerlnhard and sortliim
m, Boorlnf, aHing, aiding nail siirfoReil
lumber, laih and shingles, ofllce ami yard
oloer Twentieth street anil VYaabJua;ton aveim
LANCASTER A BICE-Dealers in sash,
loora, blinds, ate,, bard anil loll lumber anil
bkgtee. Yard ana oflloe, Coffinu-rvial avenue,
ornrr 17th atrtct.
b. HAKTM AN Dealer In Qiu-enawure, Toys,
Lsoipe and all kinds of fancy urtlcl. Cuimiiht
jial avenue, coma "in street.
WILLIAM WlNTKtt-Siatli street betwetu
.oniiiiercUi avenue and Washington avenue.
ClataWK HorcbaaU Tailoring.
JOII.N ANTRIM -Merchant Tailor and dealer
In Keadf Mailt Clothing. 78 Ohio Urr.
Heal Katala Affcuclra.
H. J. HOWLKY Heal Estate Ag.'Ut. liuya
and telle real estate, collects rent, twys tain
lornon-rMldanu.etc. Commercial avenue, be
f ween Ninth and Tenth streeta .
Cation aud Tobacco factors and pro
prietors of tin fanners' Tolmcio Wareiiuie.
M 4 17 Coniiuiuerclal Avenue.
j Uenrral f urwarJiuK aud CuiiiiumaMi)
merchant, for Uie aale of farm, Gulden, Ji
.hard and Dairy Produce, w Ohio Levee.
EA. WHKKLOCK t WJ.
Geuenl forwarding and Commission
merchants, and dralera lu all kinda of r nut und
Produce. M Ohio Levee. ConniKumeuts 'elic
ited, btenclla turni-ned on application.
r".. T. Uaakcl'a Blttrr Wlue uf Iron
baa never been vnown to fail in tba cure ol
weakness, attended with symptoms ; indis
position to exertion, loae of memory, ilitll
tulty of breathing, general weakness, borrur
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
(ul horror of death, night sweats, cold feet
weakness, dimueaa of viaioh, languor, uol
tarsal lassitude ol the muscular systeu.,
enormous appetite, with dyspeptic j
urn, hot bauds, Buabtng ol the body, dry.
neai of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ol the eyelids,
frequent blauk spots flying before the eye
with temporary luffumoD and low of eight,
want ol attention, etc. These symptomi
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. Y. Kuokel'i Bitter Wine ol
Iron. It nevei fails. 'i'bousands are now
enjoying health who have uned it. (i t
the genuine. Mold only in tl bottles. Take
only K. Y. Kunkel'i.
Ask for Kunkei'e Bitter Wine ol Iron,
'lull truly valuable tonic baa been so thor
oughly tasted by all classes ol the commu
nity mailt in now deemed inUinpeiiialile
a a tonic medicine. It costa but little,
purltlei the blood and given tone to the
atomacb, reuovati. Uie ";-!mii and ,
1 only auk a trial of thia vln ildi- t.,i,ic.
ITiee l per bottle. K. Y. KtiuLel, n.ie
froprtetur, No. 1W North Muth ire t. I,-,
ow Vina, Fblladelphia, Fa. A all for Kun
kel'i Bitter Wine of Iron, aud take to
other. A photograph ol the pi-nHl'-tur on
each wrapper; all othera arc couuterfcii.
Beware of counterfeit. Do not let your
druggiat tell you any but Hunker, whlcu
le put up only an abore represented. You
can get tlx bottlei lor Ave dollar.. All 1
kU m one ilmple trial.
Dead andall complete in two comm. No
fee till hea panne!. Seat, I'm and domain
worma remded by Dr. Kunkel, IVj .North
Ninth street. Advice free. No lee until
head and all pavea in one, and alive, lir.
Kunkel la the only auccewful phykirian in
tbii country lor the removal of worm, mt
Mi Worm syrup la plramnt and fate for
iblldien or frrown pcron. Send for cir
cular, or ak for a bottle of Ktinkd'
Worm .Syrup. Frice one dullur per bottl
iiet it ol your druttjrlat It never Uil.
farhaicea ol Beat and 4 omfoM foi
Mr, iienry Ward Heecber, vvboae boiie
bold knowledge and perfect honenty no
one prenumea to doubt, recommendiibouiie
keepera to me Waiblue, the new substitute
foraoap. Sbeaayaebela pleaded with it,
it la a great aaver ol time and labor, and
can no more Injure clothing than common
warm water. Mr. Bee' her is right.
Waabine has many great advantage over
aoap. Itwaabealn one-third of the time.
It almoat entirely Uoei away with rubbing.
Waabet aj well in hard water aa ault. it Ik
the only article known that will j.reven
wooleua troa nhrinking. Other articlea an
lit aomawbat in waalilng, bat they injure
the clothes. WunbiQO positively will not
These are tome ol the luilitlea wliMi
have made Waabine to popular anions the
intelligent bJUnekaeimrs ol Amurica. All
who are not uilnff Wasbiue will not regret
it if they take unecial pains to procure and
viva it a trial. Wire, h and 10 cent?. Hold
ry all erorera.
OXIN01S CENTRAL R. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Train Leave Cairo
2:20 p.m. Kant Express, urrivinjr in St.
Louis tv.."0 p. m.; Chicago, :m, a.m.
J;20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
V1LLE FAST LINE
Arriving! n Clnulnnatl 6:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, (:U5, a.m.: Indianapolis, 4. lf a.m.;
Pasngrr by this train arrive nt above
OF ANY OTflEB KOUTK.
J:.'t0.p. m. Fast Mail with alnttpers attach
ed, for ST. LOUI8 and CHICAGO,
arriving in tiU Louis at 0:30 a,ni. Chi
cago at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Effingham lor Ciuciuuatl, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fatiengtrt tj tbii line go through to
the Easl without any delay eaused by
I'he 8ATURUAY AKTFRNOON TKA1N
KKOM CAlllO AKHIVKS IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MOll.MNO
, , AT lO:r.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHKU HOUTK.
AiivertlsumenU of eonipetinf lines Unit
they make better time than this one, nro
are iasued either through Ignorance or it
dealre to mislead tba public.
for through ticketa and inlormution,
vpply at Illinois Central R. H. Depot, Cairo.
1 a aits akjuvb ai vsi-'i
...iiiliO n in
.1 AH. JOHNSON.
Gen'l Southern Agt
J. H. JOKie. Ticket Agt.
I I 'I he knlKlib uf the above, order meet
LJ at their bull tbe lira and third Monday
u ew'ti lunutli. Couiiiisrciul aveuur, Vd door
south of "lb street, atitp m.
Ioiim I). IIoi.mkw.U. 11. M.
ASCALON LODQK, NO. U.
' W'v Kuirlits of Pythlaa, muetaevi
fiHiH 'hy ulKlit at ball-past aavtm, ;
i every Frl
m. ia Odd-
ALKXANIJKB I.OLlUE, NO. 224.
Independent Order of Odd-'l-Iowb.
uiueu every Tburaday nbjht
at half-tiMt seven, in their ball oa
niriicrciul avenue, between bixth and Hcventb
'.rota WillK. Hawkins, N. O.
IKO KNCAMI'MENT, I. O. O. f.. meets
vVm Odd-t'ellowH' Hall on Hie Ant anil third
m.'wluy in every month, at bulf-paat seven
- A. Cumiwiih. C P
A CAII'.OLdUtjE. NO.'i'ff.A.ir. A A. M.
il'ild reirular coiuntumrjitiona in aU
TJ fniti; Hull, corner Coiuiiierr.ini avenua
' "and f-iyliili strwt, on the sond and
(.iirth Muuduv ol'ea.b month.
ua'Ikn or AIIVKUTIHIXU.
11 All billa for advertising;, are due abd pay
able in ADViista
Trsnsieat advertising will be Inserted at lb
rata of II U) per square for tba first insertion
and 60 cents for each subsequent una A liberal
discount will be made on standing and displ
Fur inserting Funeral notice 1 i0 Notice of
nii:tlng of societies or secret orders t cents for
(,'hurch, Society, Festival snd Supper notices
will only be inserted as sdvertisementa
Ko advertisement will be received at less than
6o cents, and no advertisement will be Inserted
for Usstlmn three dollars rr month
I.UCAI. rH'NI.KHM .OTIlKW
Of one square; (S linos Rjiaee) or more, In
serted in the Ul'LLktin as follows : (Um
than one Jiiiuare counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square $ 50
Two insertions jier square.. 75
TLreeliieertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square- 3 50
.Special rates made on large) advertise
ments or lor lonK'-r time.
LOWER THAN EVER!
in. int. id iliA r.re'iit l.tril firm. snrl
ki ari'ity ol money, I will, alter this date,
Nell lrHil nt 30r. per dozen, or 3
l.nnvew for a cent).
Alo Cakes. I'ie, etc., at proportionately
Tbcse koO'I sre of I he very best in the
city, ami v. ill recommend themselves as
1 Y Or i ri liom abroad will receive
l'rop'r L'nlon Kakcry,
( . m.iim rclul Ave., bet. 4th sudbth t.
t uiio, Au((Ut ), l.fT 7
View of Marriage !
lAO-uldtto Wtdfock and
i onflticntiftl TrvMtM ti tti
lut.r ol inamcft fti4 tB
cftutrtthit liuttt Jor It , tiM
rrn i HprtMluC'tlon and
i'tie PismeB cf WomD,
A bock for priTaU, robt.J-
r'atiYl.tig. aou Lg, frU
,w ,.A PHlVAIt MEDICAL ADVISER1 . ia
'Hi til ti'idrriot a Privat Natur ir.i.Lf trum Mif
Abuie, Ciceawa, or Rev ret Dimwi, with Uc Uit
i.4tit uf t.r, r.'4 .4 r?M' t pnr J t ti.
A CLINICAL LF.CTUREon tnr i!t d;Mf wij
tr of r. Throat aud Lnua, CaHn ta.&uytuxa, U
Oium Habit, pnr lv .(
t itfis-r rf a t nt Mt!paiaon rw'.p nl prlft; or a! thraai
fi'i.ta.n.iiif 'in jkti. Iv-a.rtilii. i n.uitrt'ptl. for Tj its.
eWtirtM hlL liUTTJ, :w. U lu. at. 8V Loui, Ma
rilfDAV, August 31, 1S77.
I hr tc!jV notify saloon-keeper
all others to retrain from giving my hus
band, James l'owers, any intoxicating
drink. Any who disregard this warn
ing will be prosecuted to the full extent
ol the law. Cit) Mrt. JaMks Powers.
Farm Tor Hal.
A fine lai tn ol eighty acres, situated
three-quarters of a mile west ol Hodges
1'ark. l ifty arees are cleared and well
fenced, the balance Is in good timber
hind. For particulars apply to W. B.
I'.rown, on the larm. Letters should be
t'ldresfed to the Hodges Park postortice.
I w. hlw.
Home A nil in.
Ivl. liraxton ha returned to his old
.'tand in the Reiser building, wliere he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
lie lias provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
'lo Itrnder tlie l.iver Active
When (hat Important secretive gland
requires arousing, it is only requisite to
rciiort to Hostettcr's Stomach Bltters.the
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 anti-bilious cordial accomplish
a curative result than mercury or any
other mineral drug used to cure liver
disorders. In lact, such medicaments
cannot lairly be called remedies, since,
although they may have a temporary
effect, they eventually fall to influence the
system remediallv, but instead olten do
it serious injury. The Bitters, on the
contrary, are a cpeclilo of the most salu
tary nature, and are likewise a reliable
and agreeable tonic, appetizer and ner
Is a sad nflllction to sufter from. It attacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
Is a constant dread ol impending dangers,
the li unoclessword of imaginary evil is
snipe mlcd over, a morbid sensitiveness
ul the thought und actions ot others,
cic. This disease generally arises from
mi itllecllon of tie liver, stomach, urinary
oi gans.elc, and can be successfully corn
batted by the uld ol 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
White sugar at New York Ktore, fcj Ibi.
for $1. Families buying lu largo quan
tities will be sold lower.
Ninety-nine lu the'thade U'nt bad.
The great, the nuly Dan Hire Mon
day. This Is the very best ol mad dog
Business in the police courts has
Business is inodeiately fair, itnuglit
F.gnew at the SI. Cliarlcx, want.) a
Frol. Alvord and family at in .She
boygan tills week.
The L'ekert is here and Mayor Win
ter is ."hilarious."
Sam Humm is out In the county on
an electioneering tour.
The Taylor Literary elub will
sprout out again in September.
Judge Dougherty returned to his
home in Jonesboro yesterday.
Miss Delia Gordon lelt the city yes
terday to resume her studies at school.
The Kxcelsior Literary club is now
one of the prominent societies of Cairo.
Judge Green, ol Cairo, a prominent
Illinois Democrat, Is at the Kiehmond
House. I'adueah Sun,
Col. Shaver will come to i.airo this
week and arrange for his election lo the
couuty judgeship in November.
The St. Louis, Iron Mountain und
Southern railroad brings ubidit twelve
car loads of watermelons to Cairo daily.
The colored people's barbacuu at
Pilgrim's Itest, about lour miles above
the city yesterday wa very, well at
tended. A epleudid new fidcWulk has bi en
built adjoining the convent ground-',
from Washington avenue to Walnut
'A'e are indebted to .lndge Green lor
a copv of the Nineteenth Annual Cata
logue of the Illinois State Normal I'ni
yersity. -Mr. .1. W. hell of Sell s Brother's
great show was In the city yetterday.
This how will exhibit in Cairo sometime
The St. Charles Hotel is now nip
plied with a bath room, with all the
latest and most approved apparatus used
.). A. Went, general passenger
agent ol the Cairo and St. Loui-- narrow
gauge railroad, is registered at the St.
Dan Rice's great eircus, ti.lirely re
constructed, with do end of new attrac
tions will show at Cairo r.rr.t Monday,
S. Corning J add ol Chicago is regis
tered at the St. Charles. Mr. Judd l here
In the Interest ot the narrow gauge rail
road, In the Union court bond ease.
The Alexander county circuit court
will commence on Monday, the third of
September, Insiead of a week from Mon
day, as stated by us a lew days ago.
Dan Ilice lias a wild buffalo trained
to the ring, and goats who ride a horse
just as though they had a perfect right
to. Go and see the circus next Monday.
Mr. James Good, general superinten
dent ol the Mississippi Valley Transport
ation Company's barge line, was in the
city. He Is registered at the St, Charles.
We all have our prelerences; but no
one prelers to hear a crying baby when
the lact is so well known that Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup would at once quiet it. 25c.
The Jackson (Tenn.) fair begins Oc
tober 23. The association offers much
larger premiums than ever beiore, and
their purses for fast horses are vcrv liber
al. Old Dan Uice is the "boss" again.
He comes to the front this season with
the best circus and newest attractions.
He will lx here next Monday, Septeui
1 er 3d.
Allot them have used Dr. Bull's
Blood Mixture. Who? Those w ho here
tofore suffered with boils and piinplcE,
but who are now free from such annoy
The Jackson county bond case will
come, up in the circuit court, before
Judge Baker next week. The result ot
this contest Is looked to with a great deal
The hop on the steamer Golden City
last night was largely attended by tho
young people, and was a very pleasant
anair. .Music, dancing and refreshments
were the order ot things.
We are Indebted to Kiiiincnt
Grand Commander Sir Knight P. W
Barclay, who is now in Cleveland attend
ing the Twentieth grand conclave ot
ivnignts xempier, lor late Cleveland
The Jackson county people are very
much CTleved at the failure of Grand
Tower In gettinz the Southern Illinois
penitentiary, and threaten eternal ven-
gance on Gov. Ctillom and the Republi
2 Mr. Geo. W. Bass, of Rochester.
New York, is at at the St. Charles. Mr.
Bass has accepted the position of train
Bspatcher lor the Cairo and Vincennes
railroad company, Mr Geo. W. Nelson
If you want to be amused und sec
the living wonders of the age, go to
Dan Rice's great circus aud see those
wonderfully trained horses and school
of educated dogs. He show here next
Monday, (September 3d.
Chief ot Police Arter yesterday ar
rested and confined In tho calaboose Pat
Collins, for refusing to pay street tax.
This Item will probably be of beneCC to
many In Cairo, who doubt the authority
of the officers at regards the collect Ion of
Let us turn out In force on Monday
and gWe old Dau Rl:c a hearty wclr-nmc.
Dan has now an entirely iicwoutdt, nv
horses, new men, new women, new per.
funning dogJ, new equestrian gotit.i, new
canvass, new everything else, und gie?
tho best performance ot any tbow travel
ing. Mr. 15. McN'ill'. an old ami experi
enced barber, has taken charge . the
shop on Eighth street, lormcrlyoueupiod
by Mr. Lampert. Mr. McN'ill is a white
and sin excellent barber, and will
endeavor to give his customers ir, good
work as can be had at any other hop In
Cairo. He solicits a fcharc ol the patron
age of our citizens. :i i 2tv
The members of the Cairo elub of
glass ball shooters have received an In
vitation from the shooting club ol Cat
bondale, to loin them in u grand excur
sion and picnic, on the Mississippi river,
to take place on next TuesJay, the 1th ol
September. We have not learned
whether our shootists have aeecpted the
invitation or not.
The mayor of Jonedjoro, Thomas
J. Watkins, Is charged with dealing in
counterfeit money. He was before
United States Commissioner Adams, at
Springfield on Tuesday and given a
preliminary examination, and held to
bail In the suai oi fifteen hundred dollars.
He furnished bund ami was released.
Mr. Watkins is well-known in Cairo,
and much regret Is expressed at Ids
Sometime between one and two
o'clock yesterday morning thieves went
into the storo lately occupied by Sol.
Parlera, on Commercial avenue, and
carried away a lot ot neckties, linen col
lars, pocket knives and other small arti
cles to the amount of forty or fifty dol
lar?. The burglars cfl'-cted an entrance
by cutting a hole in one ol th heavy
wooden shutter- on the -how window of
The Ld.ti t, with Captain Resse I u
gan on the roof, looking as "fresh and
radtent as a roe," come to the
wharf yesterday morning, .Mayor Win
ter, as soon as he learned of l r arrival,
he'Mii rusIiiiiL' about in the interest of
the Roval !vilian excursion and pic
nic, and will have tvirythiiig complete
for .the , grand .nllair witiuii a Hay or
two, when notice of the date, doings, etc,.
will be aiinouneul. As a iiienic con
ductor his honor U without a peer, mid
on ttie occasion ofthe.l.awtoii's Bum trip
he promises an extra amount oi enjoy
ment. It will be tho burgest thing the
Cairo peotile ever saw, and we believe
Ml. 'lilllt J .
Buy your dry good', boots and shoes
and in fact all o'lu r good- you need,
where they are sold the cheapen, lit
the (':. i Ni.w Voiii; Sje.er,
Marriage of Alderman John Ratter cf
East St. Louis, and uisa Bibee A.
Crowlev, At fit. Patrick s Cburch
Mr. John Rafter otRa i t. Louis, and
Miss liibee Crowley, were man I' d at
St. Patrick's Catholic ehtirgli a! nine
o'clock yesterday morning. Tin' Rev.
Father Zahtl performed the ceremony.
The bride is a niece of Mr. John llowley,
one ol Cairo's oldest citizens, at whose
residence on Fifth street, a reception
was held forthe newly married couple
last evening. There was a large circle
of the IrienJs and acquaintances of the
bride and groom in attendance. Mr.
Ratter Is a member of the city council ol
Last St. Louis. The St. l.oui H rAi:.
tan ol yesterday says :
"The Hon. J. J. Ralter, a member
Irom the Fourth ward, as councilman in
the city of East St. Louis, the only ' here
tofore) bachelor In too oity conned has
decided to be on an equal looting Willi
his colleagues. J It; took a trip to the city
ol Cairo yesterday for the purpose ol
changing from the life of bachelorhood to
a Benedict. He has wooed and won Miss
liibee Ann Crowley, whore-ides at the
latter place, but who Is well and favor
ably known in Last St. Louis, having
taught the young ideas how to shoot at
the St. Patrick sv.houl. The wedding
will take place ut !) a. m., and Rev.
Father Zabel, formerly of K.i-t St. Louis,
will tie the knot. Many ol ihe Iriends ol
both the groom and bride h:.eeen in
vited to the wedding feast."
i ie.di Rio just in; i and 4 Ha. lor
$1 at the Nf.w Vor.u Si'onK.
A rii'HSiiut l'a r 1 3' .
T i t t,e Lilil'vr r.' t lie lit li etw:
Having walled nearly n wet h lo .sec
something in your paper about t lie party
given by Phil Howard to his daughter
Phillis, 1 have come to the conclusion
that your reporter was out nf town dur
ing the latter part ol the week, and will
give lil in a little information.
About eight o'clock last Thursday ev
ening finite a number of young lolks
gathered atthe residence of .Mr. Howard
lo spend tho evening. As a mutter ol
course tho chief amusement was dancing.
Professor Sanders and wife furnished
At half past ten o'clock all iln delica
cies of the season were served to the
guests. During the evening wo were
favored with several songs ffoni some
of the young ladies. Miss Annlo How
ard did her share of tho entertaining,
though she was rather partial, giving
mostot her attention to Miss White, who
seemed to enjoy it as much as sho did.
The following are the names of some
of the guests: Misses Nina Jorgenson,
Miimlu and Jessie Taylor, Clau White,
Montio Meteall, Rosa L'oceseo, LHa
Cary, Delia Gordon, Mabel Stevens;
Eugeno Fills, Fred Kent, Lid White, Snm
Redman. Frank Mefculf.and a number
of others whoso names we do not, re
member. All hail an txccllenl time itiui went
home to dream of the evening' pious
Just receiving choice lotfcf butter,
best Id the market at New York storo. Bt
The Colorado is the packet for Vicksj
btu g to-day.
Tho C. W. Anderson is the Kvonsvllle
packet this evening.
The Bee and barges cleared lor New
Orleans last evening.
The Nail City and barges left Cincin
nati for Cairo on Wednesday,
The river fell half an Inch yesterday,
and there is no rise reported anywhere.
Tho Bee takes forward the Cargo of
the injured barge 35 and will mako
i. 'her additions.
The Vint Suinklo passed to Memphis
yesterday morning, and is to be back
here on Saturday.
I'I'lie T. T. Illllman goes up the Ohio
for n situation. Light draft boats are at
a premium in that stream.
Barge il came off the dock day btforo
yesterday and barge 35 went on yester
day morning. 33 has 100 floor timbers
Captain James Good of the Mississippi
Valley Transportation Company Is In
the city superintending the repairs of
barge No. 35.
The Jim Fls.k brought a fair cargo
yesterday, and will be at the wharf to
day again, promptly to leave lor Padti
cah at 5 p. in.
The Grand Lake and barges lelt St.
Louis yesterday for New Orleans. She
will no doubt swap fotvs with Ihe Port
Lads now due from Memphis.
Annie Siattery is tho name of the
chambermaid of the Bee that died yes
terday. She bus been in the employ of
the bar-e company lor eight years past
Capiain R. W, Dugan arrived by rail
yesterday and reports the T. F. Eckert
coming, and due here sometime during
last evening. Captain Dugan is in line
The Chambermaid of the tow boat Bee
died in t.ie hospital In this city yester
day morning, having entered it In a dy
ing condition the evening previous. Site
has been on ihe boat since 1875, and
leave- alamily of nine children at St.
From the Memphis Avalanche:
"Commodore W .F.Davidson returned
yesterday morning, and lie will not lind
a bed of roses to recline in during the
low water season.
Native American ahead ! Crazy Horse
tooK the first lomled boat through the
lies Moines Canal.
Memphis Avalanche, 2Sth: Capt. Frank
Hicks came up Sunday on the Coahoma
trom Helena, aud has contracted with
the merchants ot that place to take all
ti.cir cotton and oil cake to New Orleans
during the coming season. H gets $1 tor
cjttou, and $3.00 per ton tor oU cake.and
is to take it away once a week. W hat
other boat he will pet to assist him In
carrying out his contract is not knowu
at present. Helei.a will saip about CO,
000 bales. The Carondelet will start
in the latter part of next
month, and leave here on evwy
alternate Wednesday, The wreck ol
the City of 0,uincy, suuk near Austin,
sixty miles below here, eighteen months
ago, and being since abandoned, is now
undergoing an overhauling by Capt. B.
Miles, of Helena. He has succeeded in
getting out one engine complete, two
shafts, fifteen tons each, twenty rive
tons ot Iron and 20 bales of moss, the
latter of which brings him Cc. per pouDd
in this market. Somo lime ago he
spent a week and SoO cash for labor In
digging out several hundred tons of
sand and mud Irom the bow of the boat,
searching lor seven casks ot fine liquor
said to be stored there, but other parties
had been there ahead ot him, and the
work was all for nix. The boys didn't
get a sup ot the wine, but contented
them-selves with river water.
Best brands ol hams at the New York
Store for 121c per lb, and each ham war
Unit Insidious roe lo Ilenlm,
An atmosphere impregnated with the
seeds of malaria, is rendered harmless by
the timely use of Hostettcr's Stomach
Bitters; ar.d If a resort to his benign pro
tective agent lias unwisely teen deferred
until the fever fits have developed, it will
haye the efl'ect of checking them and pre
venting their return. This statement is
corroborated by thousands who have
tried this medicine for lever and ague
aud bilious remittent fever, besides af
fections ot the stomach, liver and bowels
peculiarly rife in malarious localities.
Throughout the West, Indeed in every
part of the American continent where
malaria prevails, it is the accepted speci
fic. Nor is the area of Its usefulness cir
cumscribed by the limits of the United
States, since It is widely used in South
America. Mexico, Australia, and else
Caiiio, Illinois, Tiiuhsday Kvknino, I
August 3d, IS;7. j
For tho last thrco days the weather
has been extremely warm, the thenmom-
cter ranging away up among the nlntles,
and out door work Is pertormcd under
protest. No rain has fallen hero lor
nearly two weeks, and tho growing
corn and potatoes in the surrounding
juntry is beginuingto suffer. The streets
of tho city arc becoming very dry and
There is no improvement in the gener
al market hero, and as a whole business
is dull and quiet. However, we believe
the facts will bear us out that notwith
standing the lack of employment for
laboring men, the scarcity of money and
the consequent cry of "hard times," tlia
aggregate of business transacted by our
merchants this summer will exceed that
of any previous season lor tho last thtoe
years. One thing is ccrtrln; while busi
ness Is dull all over tho country, Cairo
Is doing as good, It not a better business
than any other city oi her size In tlu
Mississippi valley. Our merchants are
all holding their own and most of them
aro making money,
Receipts ot Hour lire good and stocks
in tho hands of dealers largo and accu
mulating. While prices have not do
clined, the market is weak and In
buyers favor, and purchaser ot round
lots would be able to obtain concessions.
The demand Is small and .transitions
since our last report hart been light. It
Is generally believed by our most ex
perienced dealers that prices have
reached their lowest, and that they will
In the near future become more regu
lar, nrm anu steady Therels.no
improvement In tho condition of the
market tor corn. The stock on the mar
ket Is large, and mostot it Is held in
store on shipper's order. There is no
demand, and prices are weak at 4142e
tor white In bulk Receipts of oats
are limited, and tho supply on the mar
ket small. The demand Is fair and re
ceipts aro taken on arrival at 20Mi27o In
bulk Tnere is nothing doing In bay.
The demand on all accounts either
shipping, speculative or local, Is light,
and sales reported are meagre. Advices
from the Southern markets
are to the effect that receipts during
the last tew days have been large and the
markets full, with no demand There
is only a light demand tor meal, and
sales since last report have been limited.
Prices are about 5s lower, and we now
quote city at $2 25,2 30, and good
country at $2 1002 15. The supply on
the market is fair Bran is In good
stock and dull at $10 per ton in sacks.
(...Potatoes are In better supply and
good demand at quotations. Receipts
are more liberal Choice butter Is
scarce, and receipts light. The
demand is good at quotations. Com
mon and low grade butter Is plenty and
dull Receipts of eggs are very
light and the market is bare. The de
mand Is active and prices strong at
lOftjllc Poultry Is in fair supply
and good demand at quotations. Re
ceipts are liberal All kinds of
lrult Is plenty, aud prices so irregular as
to render it impossible to give quota
tions The market is overstocked
with vegetables, and prices are low and
Rates by river to New Orleans have
advauced, and to-day are UJo per cwt;
22 Jc per 100 on hay, and 35c per dry bbl.
Way rates arc grain, 25c; flour, 50c;
fgyOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given am only lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and lor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Receipts are good, and stocks accumu
lating. Prices are uuchanged, though
weak aud In buyers lavor. The demand
is light. Sales noted were
100 bbls. Good XX. $ S 00
50 " Low Grade 4 i5
300 " Various Grades on
orders 4 &0(S1C 75
50 bbls. Choice Family 6 50
300 " Various Grades on
on orders o toGfi u
375 bbls. Various Grades on
orders 5 000 50
CO bbls. Fancy Patent Pro
cess 8 00
There is considerable corn stored and
held on account of shippers. The de
mand is very light and prices weak at
4142c lor good white. Sales noted
were 1 car white, 41c, 1 car white In
sacks, 46c; 1 car do in bulk, 42c.
The demand is fair and prices continue
steady at 2G&27c. Receipts are about
equal to the demana. Sales noted were
2 cars ordinary mixed in bulk, 26c; 3
cars choice mixed tn bulk, 27c; 3 cars
good mixed In sacks, 3lc.
The demand is light and but little
Advices from the. seuthern mar
kets are not encouraging, and buy
ers here are holding off. Prices
are unchanged. Sales noted were. 1 car
choice timothy, $12; 1 car choice mixed
$11; 2 cars strictly choice timothy, $13.
The demand tor meal is light and sales
limited. Prices are still lower and we
now quote city at $2 252 40. Country
Is in good supply and quiet at 2 102 13.
Sales noted were 100 bbl3, city, $2 20;
200 bbls. goodcountf y 2 102 15; 30 bbls.
country $2 10; 200 bbls. city, $2 252 30.
Bran is In large stock and light de
mand. Receipts are large. Trices are
steady at $10 per ton In sacks. Sales rei
ported were 300 sacks, $10; 200 do, $10;
1 car in bulk, $7; CO sacks, $10; SO sacks
shlpstufl, $11; 8 tons in sacks, $10; 200
Receipts of potatoes are liberal, and
the market Is well stocked. Prices are
steady at $1 251 CO per barrel and 35
45c per bushel. Sales were 100 bushels,
40c; 30 do, 33c; 25 bbls., $1 251 50; 10
bbls. $1 50.
Receipts of chickens are fair, and pri
ces steady at quotations. The demand
Is moderately active. Sales noted were
3 dozen young, 1 SO; 4 coops extra large
young chickens, $2; 3 coops young
chickens, $15001 73; 1 coop old hens,
Receipts of eggs are very light, and
the market Is bare. The demand Is ur
gent. Sales reported were 10 boxes, lie,
200 dozen, 10c; 100 dozen, 11c; 3 cases,
Choice butter is very scarce, and but
littlo arriving. The demand Is active.
Common and interior Is In overstock
and dull. Sales were 10 packages South
ern Illinois, 1215c; 10 packages north
ern dairy, 15i7c.
Sales provisions were 7 bbls. sugar,
cured canvassed hams, lOJe.
Sales lard were 10 kegs refined, kettlo
rendered, 10c; 2 tierces do, OJ.
Choice onions are woith DOo per bushel.
The supplv on the market Is not large.
There is an abundance ot all kinds of
fruit on the market, and prices are low
and Irregular. Peaches are selling all
the way trout 10 to 30o. per box; pears
15(0o; grapes 68c; pea lbs. and apples
2040c;per bushel according to quality,
Vegetables are plenty and cheap.
Prices are very low. Cabbsge held to
day at $303 00 per 100. tomatoes 50c;
and au other articles In proportion.
ICE! ICE!. 'ni l
Cuae, Loomis A Co., dealers m. aorta
em lake Ice, have removed tbetrefflee
trom tho corner of Eighth street aad
Ohio levee to the Ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and art aw
dellverlng ice In all parts of the eltya
Those desiring the cold atafl will kate '
their orders at the new office, where t&ey
will receive prompt attention.
James KaVahacoh, Manager.
Caiho, Illh., May 17, 1877. 6-17-lma
CHARTERED MARCH tl, ltU
CITT NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. BATfOED, Ptasldaat.
8.8. T At LOB. Vlot PraaMaat.
W . H YSLOP. Aso'T and TnaMMf.
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wrist. Intaraat not wlthdmyHt to ailiisd lia
liately to tba principal of lb dsyasita, atby
living tnsm oomoouad In In sat
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rom to S o'cloca. . t ...
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Corner CommarohU Av-aa4Ct
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I' NtlT, Cairo. W Wo Sro.
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It. HuderTCairo. H. WaUa, Gate. i .
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City National Bank
CAPITAL - $100,000
W. P. SAIXISAT, rmldeat.
H&NBY L. HAfJ.rPAT. ViosPrsal.
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S. STAATt TaTLOB, B. H. CCWIitMSAM,
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G. D. Williamson, Snm Bus,
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Ezohange, Coin and United ItfttM
Bonds Bought and Bold.
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