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Nt, Any liuxltirHti Arm can have thruellnr
(.lira, In ttiiit eulmnu under appropriate heading
itlwratu til tl.Wi ir ini.nlUor IU r year
eyauliiiuirierl' in uilvauix.
Ilitrdvmre. Nlovr ml Tiu Wnr.
A. HAM.KV-I'eiil'T in Moves, Till and Kurd.
A an.-, Oui'ifii urn! Karm.Ta' inii-mt!iiu, Win
iruri.H.i.ru I'liMittM na tAtl'IPt!
lilmineriiuf Avcim. l.iiiUrinK. 'l J"''
Work dime n short Imtlw.
. . ,umlfr.
.1. S.MciiAllKY-lKnicriiihiirdand Hlt liim-
r" lloorlnif. reilinir, sidinir and siirfar.wl
Uni'ilier, lath mn'l shingle", nnii awl yard
oruer 1 v uutieili sin! and Washington avuiue'
LAXCARTKIt A lUCK-Dealer in ah,
Iihii, blinds, nr., hard uml lull luinlier mid
t.lnglee. Viuil uml ollux, Cummeri'lal avenue,
orner ITlh street.
1). HAHTMAS ImiUr In yuei-nsware, Toys,
lamp and all kind of lanry artid". Cownier
al avenue, corner 'ith street.
WILLIAM WINTKtt Sutli street between
;iiiiiiierelaJ avenue and Washington avemi.
Clvtbiug Mid MerrlMiit Tailuriiiic.
JOHN ANTKIM-Mervhant Tailor ami dealer
lu Iteady Mail Clothing. 78 Ohio -rv.
Heal fcalnte Akih I'.
M. J. HOWLKY-lUal KaUte Air'nt. lluys
lid tells real eaUte, collect renin, pay a Uin
lor uon-rerfideut,et:. Cimiintrciul uvemie, he
t'onimlaaloa Men hiuiia.
U INK LK4THISTLK WOOD
Cotton ti'l 'l'olmixio Factors and pro
prietor, of ttit Farmers' Tolaitio Wureh'jUe.
tl A vtl Coniiumemal Avenue.
' ASFKIt YOHT
t (jeneral Forwarding ami (,'oii.in.dou
luerrhaiit, for the al or Kami, Oaidtu, Or
hard anl Dairy I'roduoe. m oliiu xyx,
EA. WIIF.KI.OCK i;u.
tienrl Forwarding and Commission
merchant, and dtler lu ail kinds of nut und
t'rwdurc, 4 Ohio l.cvee. Cbli.iKiiliieut solic
ited, Hienmla furnished on application.
K. r. Hunker! Bluer Wlim or Iron.
This truly valuable tonle barn an thor
oughly tt'led liy all elaees of the community
Dial It If now deemed indispensable aa a Ionic
nedlttne. It coats but mile, purities tht
I'looUand Hives tone to the atuiiac.li, ri'uovati-a
the a stem and prolongs )il F. very body
, nouli liava it.
For tbe cure of Weak Stomachs, t.eneral ln
tility, Indigestion, Diseases of ttir htuiiiacn
. and for all eesea requiring a tonic
'I hi wine Incluilea the moat agreeable and
fill went aalt ot iin we poaixiia--Cltrate of
iiuuinetle oxide oomuined iththemnat rnrr-
Ei-ilc of all Te(tablc toulcs Ttllaw Ft-riTian
lio Ton want louietliinif to tieugibfti you1
lo rou wani a good a jctltf !
l)o you want io Ki rid of ncnotum '
Ho you want enemy '
lo yon want to aii-ep well '.'
IKj you want t build up your conititution 7
1)0 you want to feel well 7
iio you want a brick and Tltforoua fialln
If you no, try KL.NXfci.'S IHUKIt WINK
1 only aak a trial Of this great lueOklnr '
He ware of counterfcite, aa Kunkel'a Hitter
Wioeo. Iron ia tue only mro and etTcclual
remedy la the known world lor Ue permanent
cure of Uyaiieiia and Debility, aud a Uiei e are
a number of iniitationa ofl'fed to ine puhlic,
I would eatitiaa tbc toiuinuuity to purcM-s
none but tbc K'name article, inaaufacturvd by
fc. Hu.kel, and lia-ing bn atauu on the rik
of every bottle. 'J be very latt llial otliera ate
tryina; to imitate thit valuable ineiliuine, provo
ita wortband vpeaki Toluuiia in it liv.r. Oct
beyenuine. ki. K. Kunkel'a.
Bold only in (I bottiet, Sold ty drugrinla
nd drtUeri eery w btrr. k. . hunkel, 1'ro
prietur, tj North llitll atreet, l'iiilaileiibia,
TAPE WORM HKMOVKD AL1 VF.
Head and all con-pUle in two hours. .No
fee till bead paaeet. heat, I'in and toiiu li
Worma raiuovnl by lir. Kuuktl, t Surth
Mntli atreeu l'biladelpbittt i'a, ."' nd tar cir
cular or aa you dniKgi"t lor a brittle of lir,
kunkcl'i Worm Syrup. Jt never lalla. I'm II
l Heat Mild t vnifort
Mia. llirnry Ward buccber, wbost houw
bold knowMtta and jiertect bonenty ho
one preatimei to doubt, rfcomniendaliouie
kcepera tonne Wialiine, the uewautwtituUt
for aoap. She naya the ! pleax-d with It.
It if great mver ot lime ami labor, und
ao do mora Injure clothing tlmi couimon
warm water. . Mrr. Bee her U liybt.
Wablne bas uiatiy threat advuntairi'ii over
aoap. It wanbeain one-tlurd of the tiiuu.
It almoot entirttly doe ar,ay with rubbing'.
WaaUea at well In bard water at ott. It l"
the only article known that will prevco
wooli im trom rbrinkintr. Utber artli.lei aa
Mint Miniewliat Id w1iId(.', Iitittbcy Injure
the clothe. Wacbme pofitlvely will cot
Tbeae are some ot tbe qualities which
have mad Wanbioe to popular ainuDg the
IntelliKeiit bjuaekeeiiera ol AmtTica. All
wbo are not unicjf Wasbine will not regret
it if they take uncial pal dm to procure anil
;tve It a trial, l'riue, j and 10 cents. Sold
by all ijrocern.
'liappr relief to om yonnv men trj
the effecta of error and abuses in!
() (4 early life. Maubood Keatortd. Im- Q
UJ O peltnienta to marriage reuinrel. u
J Sew method of treatment. New
( id remarkable remedies. Hooka JT
aaXCQi'and circulars tent free In reuled
r "2 enrelj-s. Adders Uomamd Ag- S
C5 Pj aoCtATluif. 41W N. Ninth st. l'hila
CO s delphui. I'n. An institution huv- m
C3 9 inga high rekutatiou lor honor-, H
,able conduot and prufeououul
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E. B.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trims from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
2.20 D.m. Fast Rxprewi, arriving iti fit.
LouIh t;j)p. ni.; Chicago, 7:W, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS'
ViLLE FAST LIKE
Arrlvingl n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.: Loul
...11 U.ttlV a m i I flit I itnurti-altkl 1 1 fi ttl '
I'aftgengers by tbU train arrive at above
in flft HOURS
07 ANT OTHER ROUTE.
ltfOIp. m. ant Mail wtlti sleepers attach
ed, for ST. LOUIS and CH1CAUO
Hirivin in St. I. out at U:30 a.m. t'hl-
cavo at 4.UU p.m. Counectini at Odin
or EflinRbatn lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fanHengeri by this line go tlirotiKh to
the Eant without auy delay caused by
The SATURDAY AKTKRNOON TRAIN
FKOM CAIRO AKKIVKS IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MOUNINU
36 HOURS INI ADVANCE
OK ANY OTIIKR KOLTB.
adverthiementi of compettnc linos that
they make better time than this one, are
are taaued cither throuKQ ignorancu or a
desire to mlilead the pubjic.
Kor through tlcltetn and Information,
tpply at Illinois Central It. it. Depot, Cairo.
TRAINS ABMV1 At CAIKO
txpmi 'IP m
Qen'l Southern Agt
J. U, JONIU, Ticket Agt.
K.M. K. .
The knlvMs of the above on'rr Hin t
at their hull the flr.t and third loml iv
n eiu li month. Commercial avenue, d dour
aouth ol' '-Hi sircet, ul n p m.
J out II. llm.MKI, (1. (1. M.
ASCA I.O.N I.ODUK, NO. ftl.
Knlghtii of Pythias, meeta eyry Krl
'lay ll 1Kb t at half-umt aeven, in Odd
Jfislluwa' JLull . ilowa,
t'liuncellur Command! r.
AI.KXAMlKIt I.OIK.K. NO. 'ttA.
Imlr'ndent OpIij of Odd-kri-biwK,
inn in every i hurvday night
at ha ll nan! aeven. in their hall on
jotmiicreial avenue. Iictwren mvth ami fMivnnlh
'recta lUb K. lUwkiha, . O.
MAIIW KNCAMI'MK.NT, I O. O. F., nieeui
. 7n, u,l,.rnl.)Wii' Hull on Hie B rat and third
i ucadny m every month, at hulf-paat seven
A. Commnt, C P
CAIltOI-OIiUK. NO.H.A.r. ft A. M.
llolil reinilar commuiiii'atioiia in ma-
winiu Hull, comer Coinnierual avenue
anil Kiirlilh atreet. on the second ana
'ourth Monday ol ea b month.
HATkN or AIV:itlIHI.N(i.
' IJ-AU billa for advertising, ate due and pay
able IN ADVANCE
Tranalcnt advertising will be inserted ut tim
rate of 11 U persipiare lurthe Brat iinvrtion
and W renin for each ubsiicnt one A lilwrul
rliacountwill be uuule onatuoiling ar.ddiapl
ror Inaerting kunerul notice 11 Snliueof
meeting of societits or secret older ' wnta fur
Church, Society, Fi.-attvul and Supper notices
Will only be inserted aa advertinemeuts
Na advertiitement will be received at leas than
6u cent, and no unvertmtmciit will be Inserted
for leas than three dollar per month
I.O AI. HI IS I IH H NOTIt IS
Of Olio sritiare (H lin-8 vpaeir) or tnort;, iii
scrUid in the IUi.i.kiin as follows : (i.t-.s
thun oho Brjuare counted nfi anomre.)
One Insertion per squaw
Two IiiHertlons per nquare
Three inwrtions jif'r square
Sit Innertlons per nqnarc
Two week per square...
One month tier gutiare.
, 1 IK)
. 1 "3
. 2 00
. : to
Special rat' mad'! on larK udvertii-e.
menu or for longer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
0iriK to the pre'ei,t hard timet and
K dreily ol Biotiey, I will, alter tlm dale,
Itrelld nt :tllc. per doell,
J.oavea for 5 Ccnli.
Alo Cake, rim, etc., at prr.pui ti'
low prh a.
TlieM- frmxl urc ( the er bcl in the
city, ami will recommend theumeheii a
such. JiJ'Ordcru Irom abroul will receive
I-IV mi.Mli l.
I'rop'r i'nion Itukery.
( otmiK-ri'ial Ave., Let. 4th at,d tth M.
airo, AuKU-t 'i, 1"
View of Marriage !
A OiJlfl1 Werl.oik ir't
-tinutiilial lr-ati ort tw
'iutiM ot inrr,tiff ati'l llr
'au!iit ui.fit Ittr it in
rftti of KproiJu!.'t"n
,Ut Dik'iuei of Women.
I A t.k tor (jfivnt, rur., l
'If rtiui.Lg MjytArt, pr
, A PRIVATE MEOICL ADVISER! a
On ft!) tl avtrtie-rml Private J. ilure kfia.iu W-m fl(!f
Abu ft. xreii. or Hecret iftea4et, tu Ui Ut
Uitt.fi of ' ur. '.'.'4 tittv. imrt '.m.
A CLINICAL LECTURE 01 tl." tlv l ir
lh'. ix tin1 Throat ikJ LuiiKft.Catari U.Iiuptujcj, lut
Opium Habit.ftr .pric to tt.
..Uiri Mt 111 'iu"' n . ' - .ur--,
Cm'siiiiititC " 1 1''. )" 'tut! hi. i V M.iitnlit, tur ',' ru.
AiiditM ViL liVL'L J,:. 12 tiU t. HI. Hiu.it, ao.
MJNDA V Septeuibtr 2,177.
FRESH SADDLE-ROCK OYSTERS
Durinjj my absence my son, Mr. Sol
Fariibaker, U hereby authorized to col
lect, pay out, and transact business gen
erally in my name.
Cairo, 111., September 1, 177.
i.S'uri pleads copy.)
I'nrm l or Snlo,
A fine (arm ot ciglity acres, situated
three-quarters of a mile west ot Hodges
Paik. Fifty arces are cleared and well
fenced, the balance Is in good timber
land. For particular? apply to W. Ii.
Brown, on the farm. Letter' should be
addressed to the llorles Park poctollieo.
liNoliitlou of o.'iirtiiersli.p'
The Co-partnership heretotore cxi-t-
ing between I. Farnbaker and F. S.
Haas, under the firm name of Farnbaker
& Haas, is this day dissolved by limita
tion. All debts duo the late linn will bo
collected by the uudersljriied.
i. Fakmiam I:.
Cairo, Ills., September 1st, 177.
Notice of illonoliillon.
Notice is hereby given that the linn of
12. A. Wheelock & Co. U this day dis
solved by mutual consent. II. Leijfhtou
will continue! the commission business in
his own name, lie bavin;; asuined all the
liabilities ami beinir entitled alone to
collect all outstanding accounts of the
old firm. F.. A. Wiif.u.ock,
Aid. 31st, 1877. 1-1 w
Huso, Loonns & Co., dealers in north
ern lake ice, have removed their oillco
Irom the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the lec houses one door be
low the St. Chailes hotel, and aro now
delivering Ice In all parts of the dtys
Those desiring the cold stull will leave
their orders at tlm new ofllce, where they
will receive prompt attention.
Jamks Kavanai'oii, Manager.
Cairo, Ii.i,h., May 17, 1877. fi-17-lm
Kd. llraxton has returned to his old
stand in the Iielser building, where he Is
better jirepared than ever to nccomnio
(Into his patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expenso In lltling up n
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
ho has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences, lie cm
ploys only first class workmen and thoso
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in stylo and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
Varied ('onei rtat bheils' garden
eoiieliule with it grand tableau
I'.eiiL'ul lire. Aiitiiis-tlini at usual.
The ruin Is over.
Iau Hice's irrcat thow, t j-monow.
Services In tho Presbyterian church
this fiirenoon at the usual hour.
lion. John II. Obcrly Is in Chicago,
mid will not return to the city beluro
Tbe rivers continue to decline, and
it i- not. probable that the late rami will
alii r their condition ninth.
-M-. AcUr.iiuanof the Pulaski W
i wa in (he city yesterday on busi
ness. Of course lie dropped In at the
lit 1.1.1:1 is olllce. ' .
Kemeiuber that old I Jan Kice, with
the greatest show 011 the road, will ex
hibit lu Cairo to-morrow, tio and see
him liy all uieans.
There was another horse race at the
park yesterday, in which u uray nag
owned by lii!l Elliott beat a roan hore
owned by a Kentuckian.
Kev. Mr. fiillham will preach in the
Melhodi.it ; church at Villa Itidtju this
evening. So says the Villa Kidge cor
repoildeiit ol the I'ttlii'-ki l'nrlA,
--Iiuii't you lorgetil; to-uiorro.v I);ni
l.'i.e's great show exhibits In ( airo.
There is no show traveling that gives as
good a performance, (io and see old
Um by all means.
Mayor Winter, oyster king of
Southern Illinois, received his first ship
ment of fre-h oysters ye-terday after
noon, and will continue to receive them
daily from this time out, dive him a
fins William-'ou has gone to For
mal), l!iir.oi to take charge of the tele
graph ollice at that place. We commend
itis to the good people of Formaii as a
good operator and a lirt ela-s young
Iln honor, the mayor, the "oyster
king,' has received his first 'jon-igu-tnent
of In vh oysters, and has placed
them 011 .-ale. '1 hey are delicious
l'ie-li and good and ju-t tho thing for a
- The Kev. Mr. lJillon-I.ee, rector ol
t lii- pari h, has returned, and regular
erviees will he resumed at the church
of tin- lledeetni r to-dav. Honrs ol si r-
yi'is, 11 a.m. and 7:".0 p. m. Snnilu
school, '.k'.'M a. m.
Attention is called to ihe adyi rli-e-ment
of assignee sale ot n-.d c-tate to
take place on the llth in-t. Some of
the land to be sold is among the best
in the county, an 1 will undoubtedly be
old at a bargain.
The in' uihcrs of t 'IVi.pi r nice
I'nion nre notified through this isue of
the lii i.i.i.i t.v that there will b' a meet
ing in I'r. Wardner's building, ('ommer
eial avenue, nil Tuesday evening next.
The inembi r are requested to attend.
S'r-ct S'lp'-riritendant Gorman ha'
done agood i'lbot work on Washington
avei.ue b'twecit Twenty-sixth and
Twenty-eighth strcet. 'J'his was a much
needed improvement, and the manner in
which it has been done is a credit to
lau Ilice challenges any nhowmau in
America to produce a horse that can
perform the tricks that his lamous
Bronchos do. Neither Uarmim or Forc-
paugh can show such an animal, and
hence Old Dan tilwaygTri the lead carries
Those who fail to fee Dan Pice's
rent show w hich exhibits in Cairo to
morrow, rceret It all the days of their
lives. Han truly has the '-boss show."
and gives his patrons a treat at eaeli per
formance that is worth double the price
There will be services at the Meth
odist church this morning at the regular
hour, Mr. Ciillham olliciating. The
I'nion services ol the Presbyterian and
Methodist churches will take place in
tho Methodist church this evening, Kev.
Mr. (ii'orge occupying the pulpit.
Old Dim Pico, the irreiuest of living
showmen, with his wonderful educated
horses, dogs and goats, and a full corpse
ot the best of acrobats, will be iu Cairo
totuorrow and give two performances.
Old I tan has the lest show in the county
and none should fail to see it.
A meeting of the Temperance I'liion
of Cairo will be held in Dr. Wardner's
building on Tuesday evening, Sep. 1, at
halt past seven o'clock. Those persons,
who signed the paper circulated through
the audience th night of Mrs. Jlolyoke's
lecture at the tithena iini, arc especially
requested to bo present it: order toatllx
their names to the constitution and pay
their dues. I ha L. IIaurei.i.,
There was considerable excitement
on Eighth street between Walnut and
Cedar streets on Thursday night about
nino o'clock. A collide of women, claim
cd by some to be prostitutes, have taken
np their quarters there, and a lot ol boys
have on several occasions taken It into
their heaJs to stone the house. On
Thursday night they were stoning the
house w hen one of the women ran out
onto the sidewalk with a large knife In
her hand, which she threw into 11 crowd
ol persons standing In front of .Mr,
Clincher's residence. Tho knife struck
n little son ol Mr. Clincher's, who wa
laying on the step asleep, In the leg cut
ting tin ugly, though not danger.
oils wound, The woman was arrested
by Chief Arter mid taken beloro .Judge
Uird lor trial. Sho employed Mr. Jtlaek
to defend her, and she was discharged.
Messrs Stuart & Cholson, dealers
In dry goods, notions, etc., nlwnys up
Willi the times, arc making great prepara
Hons for tho tall and winter trndu which
they have reason to bellcvo will ha uu
usually large Mr. C. P. Stuart, tho
senior member of the firm, will leayo ou
Monday for New York and Ilo.'ton where
be goes to purchase a fall stock, which It
is the intention of tho firm shall not be
surpassed by any othci house in the city.
Messrs. S. A. O. havo during tho many
years they have been In business lu
'airo, by strict attention to business and
by always selling lirst-class goods;
drawn to their hou.-e a largo
und piolilablo patronage, and they arc
to-day recognized as one ol the leading
dry goods linns In this section of coun
try. Tho patrons of the lirm arc request
ed to wait until Mr. Stuart's return from
the east before purchasing the fall sup
plies, as they feci certain that they will
then be able to give them better bargains
than can be obtained elsewhere.
We find the following notice ol the
death ol the little daughter of Mrs.
Kidcr, formerly Miss Eva lfannon of
this city, in tho Dubuque Daily Tele
ifnjj, of Thursday, Aug 30111 :
A sad event occured in our city yes
terday evening the sudden death of lit
tle .Maggie, daughter ot Mrs. Eva Pider.
To all who knew tho little girl this in
telligence will bring a pang of sorrow,
while to her mother, aunt, uncle and
cousin, by whom she was almost idol
ized, it has proven a crushing blow.
Maggiowas only about three years ot
age, but was a child whose' win
ning ways and sweet dispo
sition inw endeared her to all who were
acquainted with her. She was taken with
cholera infantum on Tuesday evening,
and notwithstanding all that medical
idiill could do, gradually grew wor-e un
til last night when she closed her eyes
for the last time on earth.
'1 he funeral will be held Irom tho re.si
donee of George Caching, brother-in-law
of Mrs. Pider. The time has not yet
Mrs. Pider's many friends 111 1 lis city
will all syrnpa'hlz'! with her In her sad
At an early hour on Friday morning,
a narty of hall a dozen young gentle
men of this city utaite.1 lor I'nity on a
fiishing expedition. They reached their
destination in good time, and had a good
days sport and ( ought a good many li-h.
Rut as night approached it became
evident that a "storm was brewing,"
and then they begun to d.seuss
the propriety of retiming home,
Rut it was llnally decided that
tho storm wouldn't amount to much no
how, and they might as will make a day
ot it. Hut When the sun bcuau to
down, the indications lor a storm in
creased, and in le-s than an hour it was
upon them in all its fury, liy this time
it had become pitch dark and the rain
was coming down in torents. They had
failed to take a lantern, and one of
the party walked two miles to a mgro
man's hou-e w lu re he got an old torch.
With this he wended his way back to
where the balance of the party were, and
then the homeward march was com
menced. It was "pitch dark,"' and
as the hore they were driving
was blind It was diliioult to keep the
road. Filially one of tie; boys took the
torch and for eleven miles walked ahead
of that blind horse, while another s.it in
the wagon and Held the ribbons. It con
tinued to pour dowr. marly all the way,
and at 2 o'elotk In the morning, when
the party reached the city, they were the
wettest and "moot demoralized'' lot ol
lishenneii ever seen. They don't want
to go li-.hing any more.
FRESH SADDLE-ROCK OYSTERS
Proposod Riverand HarborConrc-ntion.
Mux's Mills, Ills., Aug. :;i, 1-77.
To the E'litor of tho Dclletin:
The writer believes the lime has l;.Iiy
come, when a river and harbor conven
tion should be called.
The Des Moines canal is finished and
opetis with great promise not only to the
people of the L pper Mis-issippi. but
throughout the whole valley. The Jet
tics are a success at the nioiitii of the
river, the government having virtually
accepted them as such by ordinng the
dredging to be .'topped in the south-west
pas.. 'These grand achievements through
the congressional appropriation en
courage us to take another step, and ask
ongress to make further appropriations
fur the improvement ot intermediate
navigation, in order that the benefits
within our reach may not be lu-t. Illi
nois through her legislature has taken
the initiatory, and earnestly iiiemoral
iz d congress, and requested the eo-opcr
iilion ol other valley states In the same
behalf. Wisconsin, Iowa, Arkan
sas, Mississippi, Tennessee and other
states havo responded favorably; now
jet the commercial exchanges, and cities
throughout the whole valley ol thu Mis
sissippi interest thcm-elves, and arise to
the emergency or the hour let tho
press the great appliance of modern
civilization step to the front and make
Its power felt, in edtiaiting the minds
of our peuplu to tho necessity
ot demanding the improvement
ot our natural channels of commerce
through appropriation of public money.
Let the dill'erent boards of trade call
meetings and agitate the subject, let them
urge the calling of a convention early in
October at St. I. ouis, and let them send
representative industrial and couimer
eial delegates. Let me urge, Mr. Editor,
that your own city of Cairo, occupying
as it does, the centre ot commercial cir
culation, should take front rnk in ngi
tating the subject of Improving the
navigation of our western rivers and
harbors, 'The harbor of Cairo needs tin
expenditure ol a large amount of money
to make it what Its surrounding cominer
clal Interest requires, and consequently
Cairo should not he last, but among the
llrst In tho consideration of these Inter
ests. Let the Improvement of our great
water-path bo thoroughly canvassed
from mountain to mountain, and from
the head to the mouth of our livers, and
success will crown our efforts.
J. II. R
FRESH SADDLE-ROCK OYSTERS
Mr. Charlie Espfy returned to St.
Captain Edson, ol St. Louis, Is in tho
city on business.
The Dora fabler was duo hero a 7
o'elct'i last evening.
Captain 11. V, Du4r.au goes to St.
Louis and Cincinnati ou business.
The 11. U. l arger and Grand Lake and
barges, and City ol Vicksburg for New
Orleans, aro duo from St. Louis to-day.
Tho machinery of tho Golden Pulo
will be shipped to Cincinnati via tho
Cairo and Ylncenncs railroad most prob
Col. Peardcn, agent ol the Mississippi
Valley Transportation Company, re
turned yesterday from his northern trip
greatly Improved in health,
Captain Jno. W. Cannon has pur
chased the Ouachita Rullc for 22,500
and tho will ply in tho lower trade until
the Pobert E. Lee comes out.
A Memphis dispatch says the Ulcncoe
is hard agrouuJ at Osceola bar, out of
the channel and will have to be lighted
off. Tho Vint ShUikle should be here
early Ibis morning tor New Orleans.
Ths storms of night before last were
general, and should cousc a swell in the
rivers. 'The storm passed back and forth
three times over the city, and the rains
were very heavy. The air was delight
fully cool yesterday In consequence.
'The c, W. Anderson brought tons,
night before last, and soon alter leaving
on her return she broke a crank and had
to come hack h-re lorrepairs. As good
luck would hiive it sho lound a crank
here j list the right size and sho will get
away again before daylight this morning.
Worth lit VVeiulit in (julil.
I iidoubtidiy the greatest modern dis
covery in medicine Is DaCosta's Kadi
cal Cure lor dvspepsia, sick headache,
sour stomach,' costiveness, biliousness,
lo-s of appetite, distress after eating, and
all disorders caused by indigestion or a
deranged liver. Its results are astonish-
ing. and sure relief is guaranteed in
every cae where it is faithfully used. It
tones up the stomach, regulates the
liver, restores the natural appetite,
strengthens the delicate and expels all
morbid humors from the system. Ty.
phoid and biious fever might, in almost
every case, be prevented by its timely
u-e. Trial size 2." cents. A very few
doses will relieve, and a little persever
ance cure ynu. Sold by Barclay Pros.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physio. Price 2.1 cents. Try It.
Is o common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
produce it are such as cold, irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
te. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural implements are mami
1 Ktured, the grinder protects his lungs
Irom tho injurious ellects of the dust
Hying oil the grindstone by wearing a
respirator, 1 lie coal miner ere he de-.
scends the shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against lire-damp.
-Now It is eouallv uccessarv for those
who are brought in contact with any oi
the causes leading to intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, the home stomach bitters.
'J. lint Insidious Toe Io Ilenlih,
n atmosphere impregnated with the
seeds of malaria, is rendered harmless by
the timely use of llostetter's Stomach
(litters; ai:d If a resort to his benign pro
tective agent has unwisely teen deterred
until the fever fits have developed, it will
haye the effect of checking them and pre
venting their return. This statement is
corroborated by thousands who have
tried this medicine for lever and ague
and 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
eumscribed by the limits of the United
States, since It is widely used in South
America, Mexico, Australia, and else
where. European Hotel
H'-twc n Washington and Comtiiertiul Avenues
Transiont Ratos: $1.50 Per Day,
Weekly and Moncniy Board
crH Accoramo luted at
Rates to Suir tho
Tho Crystal Saloon
Billiard Parlors -Pool
In Cuiiiieotixii with K.urnpean, Is Furnished will.
Hie Latest Style
IMFORTED TABLES. '
supplied with jhv tinot wines und h qi orj am'
MJiod Driulia Made a SpnciaUi-
HAKKl WALK Kit,
l.f.lll kinrl, of
Fino Boots & Shoos
Tho Best of FOREIGN and DO
MESTIC LEATHERS Always
Theatre Building, Cairo, IUs.
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Communication upon auhjeota of area
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UAU Baaii.ess Letters should be addressed to
Ciilro Bnllefln Company
S. F. Blake
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
23 TIU? 3 XX 13(9.
all Papor, Window OlasB, Win
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Always on hund, the celebrated llluinlnatln
A LIU) It A OIL.
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ancb of the business
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Goods Delivered Promptly.
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Tuesday Eve, Sept 4.
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COMMITTEE Of ABRAHCMEjMCaT
P. Graney, D. J. Folay,
J . Barrow, P. McKltegott.
CHARTERED MARCH SI, lit
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President.
U.S. TAfLOB. Vice President.
W. HYSLOP, Seo'T and Treaaoit.
P.W. Barclay, Chaj. GAJjaarsai,
r. M. Btock-litb, Pabi Q. acanm,
a. H . CtnrwwonAH . H . L . Haixat,
J. it. Paxmra.
IKTEUEST paid on deposits at the rata Ofils
per cent, personam, JMaxth Is and ftira
srlst. Interest not withdrawn ta advasd uaane
liately to the principal of the deposit, tkentr
riving them compound Interest
Harried Women and Children may
Depoait Money and no on
elae can draw it. .
Open every business day flfom ta.rn. tot p.m.
1 Saturday evenings for savings tepoalta oalf
rome to 8 o'clock.
r Iiross, President H. Wells, Cashier.
t. heir, VioePres't T. J. Kertn, AJSt. Wk'r
mi cm lis,
Corner Oommerolal Ave, and St itreet
f. Broas, Cairo. Win. Klun (jdro.
V. Nell, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe Cairo.
A . Suaanka, Cairo. B. L. BllUnfslsy, St. Loll.
K. IluderTcairo. B. Walls, Cairo.
F. H. Brlnkman, 8t. Loois,
J. Y. Clemsoa, Caledonia.
A eeoetal Banking Baalaesa .
Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid
n the Saving Department. Collection mad,
nd all busln eas oromstlT attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - $100,000
W. P. HAIAIDAY, President.
II EN BY L. HAIXIDAT, V loePresl.
A. Il.oAFFORD, Cashlet,
WA1 T U UYbLOP. A't Cashist.
S, Staatb Tatloi, R. H. CotytxaaUat, .
II L. Maluoat, W. P. Halmai
U, D. Wiluahsoii, Bnnmt Bus,
A. B, Saitohd.
Exohange, Coin and United Statea
Sonde Bought and Bold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banklna
VAJtlKTY MTU BUT.
WB0LX8AIJI AJT1 BBTaMX.
IN TES CITY.
Ooode Sold Very Oloaa.
Corner 19th St. and 0omM7la) Ar
C. 0 FATCEB t CO.
Dealer in Fresh Heat