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' ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
A (.- Any huMuesaurin eanLave Hire line
;jv, in ti.i- niluiuii under iippropi'lut heading
ithemte ii i ft it mouth or l.'iryfur
uktjl- nun rl y 111 ad vane.
Ilnriluitrv, Move imiiI Tin Ware-.
A. HAU.r.Y-l'euleriii stoves, Tin and Haul
Jtaie, IjhiiUii ml uiiii'T"' l"iiliiniili), Wim
.i.odi, Itetrlerntni.i, I'liiiipH nnd ladders.
I i I Ollltae.ri'llll A-: nu'. Lint, rili, and Jul)
r( in k itiihi i.il HhOlt Withe.
.1. 5i Mi liAIIKV- Hwili i in liuril anl soft lam-
,il, 11 K r 111 -J , H'lllnf, BUlHli; Hint IMIrlJieil
MiiUr, lutii and bhiiilk'ri. mid unl
oru.'r I Wfiitieth itrii't itii'l Wanhiniiton avel.llf
I.ASCASTEIt A KlCK-lh-iiler ill srish,
loom, Miuda, Hi ., Iihi I uiul unit lumber anil
hi.-ig'eii. -l ud "II"''. iniiiwn inl avium-,
oilier 17th Htreei.
I). II AKTM AN -Uuler in (Joem-warr, Toys,
idinpa and all kinds t iMiicymlirl'-.. .iiniiur-
a) avenue, corner .tli street.
'A'lU.IAM WIXTKIl-ixfh street betwei-n
iilllllifre.lalavenue ull'l V aliiiu,tuli avenue.
4 lollium nn! Jlerelimit rnllorlnif .
JOHN A SI 'MM -Men Lent Tailor and VulT
'ii Heady .Made Uotlnng. ' Hluu l v.
Iteiil r xluif Aicem-lcn.
M. .I. HOWl.r.Y-lteul Krtiite Amnt. Iluya
liil -ell p al estate, ivilkft rents, il;H 1aX
liu unn-if I'bnts.etc. LotnmemaJ avenue, te
i w -u Sinih uii'l 'i i-ii til htre-ls.
t'oniuil-mlim )if ri liniili.
(.ollon mi'l '1'oIiuim:o r'aoturi niiii pro-
.4-lnrS lf the fremiT-' 'lutiUff'l W ulellMi-f.
A. 1-7 Lomiiuiif P'iul AMiiue.
I'ASI'KIt YO--T -
I' Oen.ral Knrw ueliiii? nii'l l-WMii-ssion
h.rrehuiit, tor the -ale 'it rami, '.aid'H, Or
l.ur.liiid Hairy Produce. '"hiu liu.
P A. Wfll.EI.'H K A i II.
'j i.mirsl 1-oru m 'I i r lt urn) Cnmini-nion
in phaiils, mi'l 'iml'Trt In u!l Muds uf t nut and
Prodine. CI iihlo li vi. iiii.iL'iiiin til -ln:-tt-il,
hteueil turni'lied mi upiiiiiioii .
I'.. F. Iimilser Hitter Mine of Iron.
I liii trill y valuable t ni s li-en thoi
'lk 111 V t-' 1 liy ull rli!i.e i f the i ,rii lliim ty
tliul it in now defined tii'lir t n'able us u t nil
tiiedicih., it toft I'Ut utile, piirilics li.e
blu'-dund five ton; to the SWitimui, renovate
tl.t- riitrm Hid Jirol'ittK lilt- Lvrrylmny
lioiil'l tim it.
for the mm of Wenk .ilomu:lii4r dcnfrul lif
IhIiit, lniiri'lion, ItiMium ol the Mmuai'li
einl Im nil cm-i rinriiiic tome
I hl Wllie InclU'll till! mini mkih l)ll. un I
ritii iint mil ol n w NKiia--t.itriiic ol
rituirnirrH oxiile mm timet ltd tlif Tiioit fiiiT
fHlc 01 all tcciuOIi. If.un Yliw lriivun
Ho yon wmit B'.tiii tliiiiit to niunitii n i,u
tMToii want a komI aartlti
I'o you uuul 'u ftt ml ol nfrroium
lo you wint -niTiiy
I'o you want to iilwp Wi-ll '
Ho you want to biul'l up your oui.mlut.oii
Do you want to ffrl wll
I'o you want a lri-k ami vl"ur m f. inp
lfYG.no, try M SXfcl.'.i 11 1 1 Ki: WINK
I onlr ak a trial of this irmit rrl:i in-'
liewar of coiiun-rtvitt!, a Isuiii-i Hitter
Wmo. Iron tlie only uri' hD'I rn Anal
irnii-'iy In tlieVnouu woil'l liirthi- iHTii.arifnt
jff of lij ii(iEia an'l l tilli!y,a'.il ihw arr
a Mnulr of iiinliiti'.na hC.thI io tai- j.iiMic-,
1 woiil'l caution uif i i.iuiiiiiiiity to pit r-ti
noin' but thf J. ii ire artirli., mm ulu' tur ! ir,
K. ku..i'1-l, ji.'I l.a inT li t n'.aij.n on ttr: rk
iif rvfry lioltl:. 'I vrry la'-.t inal o!t.'rn ari
;ryiiix to niwU'r lln valtull.' nn ln:iiii., ,rov
il wirtli ami -k-jI.i v -.iuiih in 1 1 Uv r. ji t
iLrtfi'iiiniK'. ! i jMii.-kl'H.
-oi l only n (i Im.ii:..-. "-oMIy I n i'k t.i
jtiil ilialrr mhj Hurt'. I . t . Kunkn, rro
tni.t'jr, i N'onii .Nin'li elrnl, I'luiailrliitta,
TAl'i: WOKM UKM'jVhU ALIVE.
1!m.'I uiul il i-'ill ,:!i- in tw.'i lioi.ri. No
If tiil L i'l liimrc. ."-fat, I'ir ui.'l t..niarli
kom lrluon. l.y I'l. U .u!.tl, a'i North
Nintli tlrti t. I'l.ili'l' !Ai..i, I'a. "-i"l for i r
rular or a'a yuti Oruxl-t I . r a liotlic ot lir,
l.ui.i.'-r Worm yrui. 1: m-vci ln:l.o Trioi il
fnrkatfCN lit Kral mill i omfurl f.n
Mi. Ili'iiry W'uril tu ech'T. wlinvc lioii!.e
liuM kliwli'l.;ff anl n rlil lioneety no
.iie rrctirnri to doubt,'1 rommi'n'lilionr
.ct:ier iJ n-i Wasluiif. luc new -u lf tilutj
lor o.v,i. ."In! iy fin- is iitaM-i wuu it.
It i a irie.'it s;iver ol time i n I l.ilmr, mi'l
i in no more ii.Juii' ' iolliinir ili-in l oiiunon
iriii wal'T. Mri. lU'e Inr i t.tiit.
Wa-I.iiic !ia iiiai.y ffrt-ut advanrmi out
map. It WH-l.t'ti in iin-llnrij of tin: linn-.
It almo-l tilin ly il .ccnay with ruMilnv,
arlie .! i I ill liar l ttali.r tt- Mill It 1
the only urtirlc known tint will iirew-n-wooli'ii
trom -hrinl.m;', tithcrartii'lci ti
Mrt Mimewiiat in wurliinc, liut lacy injure
the lotliui. Wii-lani; 'u-ilivii will not
'lln"0 ar" "oirie ol UiO rjTtalitiea wlil.-ti
havr mule Wa-liitii' co .nji'tl:ir anion,' t lie
iiiitllieiit li.iui'krer ol Am-n'. All
who arc not unini; S a-liino w ill tint rcrit
It if tlii.y t.nkt cfei-ia pain- to i.roniie ami
ive il a trial, i'nci', j uiul !u iclit. hoM
Py all ijrooorn.
H.iv rliff to om your nm ir
ihr eff'rui of errorH and ai'iiici in
larlvlite. Manuoo'l ltf"t"i'1. Im- Q
Of'lliiinits to tnarria.'e rftuovi'l. (vq
Nrw nn'thi'il ol tniitniint. w
ami rmiHi kalili' ri iiit'li' S. lloo'i
aii'I tUTtilars n'lit frm In "i-alcl O
cnTlua'a. A'il. ri How HI) Ai-g
o larto. 11.' V Ninth I'hila
ir!)l,Kl. I'u. An institution liav- m
inn a hiirh i r-pniur kui lor honor- "
ahlf lon'luiA an'l itoIAmohhI
ILLI?;OIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Roiid Running Two
Daily Trains trom Cairo.
Trains Leave Cairo
2 ii) p.m. I'A-t l'.xpr"ii, arriving i
Linus h;) p, ui.; i,liii'ai;ii, 7:.,u, u.iu.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VlLLE I'A ST LINE
A:rivinKln Cincinnati a.m.i Louis
ville, t::i.'i, ii-iii.t Jii'lhmupolls, 4. 15 a.m.;
I'aisengurs by ihw train tirrivo at above
X VA.3NTO B
OF ANY OTHER BUUTE.
.'! I p. tn. Knst Al mi with Bleepcr uttai-.o-tj.l.
lor 81. 1.0l;i8 unil ClilCA'tO,
urriviu; In St. l.ouU at ():;(() a.m. Chi
cttiro at 4 .:n p.m. Cotiniictin at O'lin
or Ktlin(fhim Mr Cini'lnnuti, I.ottlsville
FAST TIME EAST
m-eiif-'erii liy tlilx line tto through to
tiiu East without any ilulay ruust'U by
IIih KAiUUli.W AKTKKSdON TI5A1S
ri(l OAlltO AltKIVKS IN NKW
vuJtic hionh.vy moksinu
33 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHKIt KOUTK.
AilVPrtlHi'inoiitii of competini' lines that
they make belter time than thin one, ata
are iHHUed cither throuifh iuoranco or a
leslre to inlnleail the pubiie.
Kor through tliketH ami Information,
pply at Illinois Central tt. It. Depot, Cairo.
1l(AlR Aiinna ai vai"
,2 ion ti m
Oeii'l Soutbera Agt
J, II. Jo.NBS. Ticket Aut.
I I The kuiKhlt of the alxilv onh r inrrt
ImJ al their hull the lint audi In id Monday
u tiu u month. Coinineiuial avenui', L' l door
0011th of I ill! airrrt, ttlH p in,
Juiix H. Hoi Mr-, ii. (. . M .
ASCALON I.01)(iK, NO. M.
Knkhta of Pytliina, uitetB evi ry Krl
lay liiKht at hall-paiit aeveo, III Od.l-
V7 r.'llowa' Hull. iiowg,
At I VA VIII. It IdllUK. V(l til.
ife. Inde.mlfiit Onltir of 0ld-i l
V.)URr lu, iiib'W every 'Iniuwlay night
-.ir- athalf -paiitaevau, In their ball no
illiliit riaul avenue. Iietvieeu hiilli ui) Seventh
inta Will K. I1m.ss, N. O.
MA I HO ENCAMl'.MKNT, I. O. O. F., liH
.iu Udd-Jfeilowa' Hall on I lie firatanil tmnl
I m.Hiuy in every month, at half-pant aeven
A. ComiiOH, t P
i:aihi.()Ii(iK.n. '-;57,a.k. a a. m.
-fr llol I ri-irulur coiiuiiuniuUioiia in liu
JJ Bonn- Mull, corner Cominendul avenue
'and Kinlilii alrn-t, ou the awaiud and
"oiirth Monday of eai.h inoulli.
HAT KM OF AIIVF.UIIMM..
I'j'All billa for avlvirtiaing, are due and j'Uy
able in AbvaNi a
'irunaient a-lvi-rtining Will beinneited at ihu
rat of II ") ir aijuare for the lint in riion
and oenta fur euuti ibsniieiit one A lilnrul
ilim-.ount will be inude on nUindniK and ditpl
for in&ertiUK Funeral mdiee t " Notii ol
iins'tinx of Booietiea or secret oideri oenta for
Church, Society, Featival and Supper notice
will only be iimerted aa advertibementa
N advertlbement will be reoeivisl at leaa than
6h ciitJ), ami no advertiaeinrnt will Ih- inaerti d
for b k tlmn three dollar H-r month
hum. iiim.ih Minn s
(If om; wjuiire (8 lines i-pace) or inure, in
scrteil in tin.1 Hli.i.kiin as follows ; ( .e.-s
than one iiiimrc counteJ an a Mi'iure.)
One insertion per iii.ne - "i'l
Two insertion tier sipiare
Three Insertions tier .-'juare
Six insertions per .'quure
Two weeks per square...
One month tcr gfiuare-
. 1 u'J
. 1 75
. : .vi
Special rates made on lare u'lvertise
Hients or lor longer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owiiii' to Hie present hard tirni s ai. l
-l arcily ol uiobey, 1 will, alter thi-date,
Nell llrenil nt Wo. per iloeli, ir '3
l.omea fur " Ceil I
AIo C':ikis. I'ie, etc . at .r portioiiitily
low pr'.rf s.
These s;o(,'!s ;;re of t lie very be-t in Ilie
city, hr.'l v. ill re'-'iiumeu I tin In-thts a
ii" f'fl'r- from abroad wi!l rettve
prompt .i'l'. ii! ion.
1'rop'r I'nion ISar.ety.
i tiiiin r -ial Ave., bet. 4th atd Uli
' airo, AiiKU't ii.
View of Marriage I
Mi,niini.tl irta.aK it u u.'t
lutif-t ol rimn.r'f tLi) trr
'iM-(,:il uf.fit hr tt ih -vrrtmi
Ufprodui ticn t-'1
he tiiteaut ct Women.
A jxk tuT pli.i'f. (i. I. '1-
'n !1 .1 T'i"- ot i Private JVa-.are n.iv '-''m t
A b u. xre"i, i-r Kefrt Divuri, t'.f it
Ii-i.i '.I r,', '.'.'4 ,rrrji :
A CLINICAL LECTUKE on tUr i-(t- d Vmi tr,.
tV md Throat tri Luiig. ClArrb(Euptui-c, u.w
Opium Hivbit.i' ., prif1 Hjiii.
L.Kr t"" -tt pi'fil.ti n-r'i M pr'f; or i". tw.r,
r' ti'u tm.tr 'inuvjt' , tn nuiifii vi. uitratnl. Inr tt.
Aaoiia I)R. fcUTT3. US. tiu bu Ixu., Ho.
'I I lIAY Seplemlicr I. W".
- - - m - - - St
FRESH H ADDLE-r.OCIC 0Y3VEE9
I luring my abseticr; my on, Mr. So!
rartibaki r, is hereliy authoni'il l o!
leet, pay out, ami transact lu-ines a-ph-f
rally in my namf.
I. lAi!M;M .t.
Cam, ii, 111., September 1, 1-77.
( S'.ii ph ase eopy.)
I'urni l or KhIip.
A fine farm of eighty acr.'-. situatnl
three-(iiarlirs of n milo woxt ol Jloilore
Park. Fifty tiroes are eleand nml well
feju'ej, ihe halaneo Is in .'ooil tinifier
lainl. l or particulars apply to W.
Iliown. on ihe farm. Letter- should lie
addressed to the Iloil'es Park po-toflicc.
KisNoliitioli ot i.itrtlli'lsli.r-
Thf! Co-partnership heiv totoro pvi.st
infr hetween I. l'lirubaker and P. S.
Man.-, under the lirm nanio of I'arnhakt r
.llaas, this day dissolved by limita
tion. All dehtsiliit! tho lute linn will be
eolleeted by the iiiiderigii'd.
1. pAliMI.Vkl K.
Cairo, Ills., Sepfinber 1st, 177.
.oliee ol' UltNoliillon.
Noiii e is In rehy iven that tin; linn -of
I:. A. Wheelock it Co. is this day tfia
olvcd by mutual consent. 11. f.eihtoii
will eontinur; th cominiision busim'js in
lii. ow n nanipjho lmvii) assumed all tho
liabilities mid lieinj; entitled nloiy to
collect all outstanding accounts of tins
old linn. A. Wiin.i.oti;,
Aid. 31t, 1S77. 1-lw
ICE ! ICE!
Huso, I.oomis iv. Co., dealers in north
ern lake ice, have removed thrir ollice
Iroin the corner of Eighth street mid
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door be
low the St. i harles hotel, and are now
delivering ice In all parti of the eltys
Those desiring the cold stull will leave
their orders at tho new oflico, whcri they,
will receive prompt attention.
Jamk.s Kavanait.h, Manager.
Caiiiii, Ills., May 17, 1S7". ")-17-lni
Fd. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Kciier building, where no is
better prepared than ever to aeeotonio
d ue his patrons und tho public who
nmy favor him with a call, lie ha gono
to considerable expense In titling tip a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
hu has provided with nil the latest Im
provements niul conveniences. Ho em
ploys only first class workmen ami thosn
who patronize him will luive their wants
attended to in style nml will receive
courteous treatment, tf
liu ttire and attend the hall uivcii by
the Irish National '.'tub nt lvliij.'e'H Hall
-Dan liice'g elrcin -yave two e.hl
bitlong In thi-i city yesterday to moder
ately good audleiier'.
- Wlntir &. S'ewart will fell on Wed--nesduy
next a euuiplete ussortinidit of
hou.iehold (jood, on tlie premise?. Fur
(h r notion will be ".iven hereclter.
Thn ii-ual number of "plain drunk-,''
and a 'lljrhlinjr ease'' or two, constituted
thoM.in total of thn bu.sines ttan-aoted
in . I uilgc Bird's police court yesterday.
- I .n't Between Sixth and Twentieth
sticeis, on Walnut street, one hundred
and .-ixty live dollars. The finder will
be liberally rewarded on Ichvin;,' the
-iim'! at this olllce.
The county coinmi-sioiiers court cou
veni.il yesterday, and put in the day at au
proving bills, examining petltlotis, etc,
1 he board will probably be in se--lon
two or three days,
Another meeting ol the policy hold
ers ol tin; defunct Protection lite insur
ance company is announced to be held at
Squire Comlus's olllce on Wednesday
evening at 7 o'clock.
Mayor Whiter, oyvr.T king of
Southern Illinois, received his lir-t sliii
lueiit of Ircsli oysters j-e.-terday after
noon, and Will continue tn receive tln in
dally lro:n this tini" out. dive him
Aiiifi:.g the n::oini j s in attendance
at the circuit, eo'i! t yesterday were S.
Corning tludd. hitttiL'e; .ludp; W. .1.
Allen, Caibondale; Thos. V,. Allen, St.
I.ouis; .lud'.'e Mulkey, Cairo, and -cv ral
-Hon. W.,1. Allen id Cubondaie was
in the city ve-teiday. lie is one of the
attorneys lur the railroad in the .lacks.on
county bond ca1", Imt as that ease has
been postponed he returned home by the
The committee ol liv; appoinled at
tlie 1'ist meeting of the policy
holders of ihi tleltnidt Protection lift.'
Insurance company are requested to
re ft a' '.Squirt: Comings' ollico in Bros.s'
block this evening at 7:o) o'clock.
W. B. Smii ii, 'hairman.
At Auction '.I o'eb'k a. m. September
-4lii 1 -77.
den' -ral stock Groceries, cnn-istin
of ffigar, cofl'ee, ri-e, canned good-'.,
Wivier A SlKU ARl, Alictioncel .
A meeliogol the Temperance Colon
ol ( airo will be h' Id in Ir. Wardner's
building on Tuesday evdiing, Sep. A, at
ball pa?t evcii o'clock. Those person5,
who signed the piper circulated through
the audience th night of .Mr--, llolyr.ke's
lecture at the athemcmii, an; pecialiy
requested to be present ir. order to a'.Iix
their mimes to the con'-titution and )iay
their dues. Iha I,. IIaiiiip.i.i.,
The .loii' -boro friz-'-, in spt-nkmg
ol Ihe report wlucli ins oecn cprcau
abroad in retcrenceto the arrest of Mayor
Watkin.-. ;or Joticsboro, lor dealing in
counterfeit money, says: ".Mr Walkina
Is om1 of our best and highly esteemed
citizens, r.nd know n as such throughout
the county. Tho malicious, inlonncr in
this cose is universally denounced.
Jone-boro, or Union county dot s not
contain a more honest, honorable and
upright citizen thr.n Thomas .1. Watkin?,
and there iii not the slightest ground lor
the above proceedings.
Mrs. Sam Williamson leaves to-night
lor St. I.ouia and thence to Cincinnati,
to attend tlie grand opening ol millinery
good. She will return in about one
week willi a full line of ail the choicest
goods to suit her many customers. She
also intends bringing home n first cla-3
trimmer from St. I.ouis. Thanking hi r
many friends lor past favors she solicits u
continuance of the same, believing that
she can give them even better bargains
in the biti'ii".
Circuit court. Judgu Baker on the
b-iieh, convened yesterday morning.
The forenoon was taken up by Judge
Kalkoy in tho argument of the
Pii'ion county bund case, The
Judge was to have resumed alicr
dinner, but. having in the meantime
been taken sick was unable tn d' so;
but it he is able he will cuiilinue the
argument Ihli morning. The county
commissioners having failed to select a
grand; jury for1 this term Judge Bauer
directed the sherill to select a jury.whicli
was done. We understand that as scon as
the argument in the I'nion county bond
case is disposed of the criminal docket
will be taken up. There- are in the
neighborhood of Im ty prisoners in the
county jail .awaiting trial,
FRESH SADDLE-ROCK OYSTERS
World lis WcikM HI .old.
I'ndoubtt dly the greatest modern dis
covery in medicine is DaCosta's Kadi
eal ('ure lor dyspepsia, sick headache,
sour stomach,' costiyeness, biliousness,
loss of appetite, distress after outing, and
nil disorders caused by Indigestion or a
deranged liver. Its results are astonish,
lug. and sure relief Is guaranteed in
every ease 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
phu'd and bllous fever might, in almost
every cusp, bo prevented by its timely
use. Trial size 25 cents. A very few
doses will relieve, ami a little persever
ance euro you. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas,
ant Worm Syrup, which Is sure death to
worm. Pleasant to take and requires
no physio. Price 2.i cents. Try It.
FRESH RADDLE-ROCK OYSTERS
WOMAN 8 CONGRESS.
A Call for thtt women of lUinola to
inaet in Oonirrea at Chicairo October
4th andCtb, 1877.
Io die Women of Bouthtin l.Uoii:
Pkah FniEsus: It has become my
plea-ant duty (through the kindness of
editor,) to submit to you the "cull" for a
conlerence to congress of tho women of
Illinois. Although we may dill'er widely
in regard to the- proper boundaries ol
"woman's upbore," many begin to see
with clearer vision that the state is but
the larger home, the nation ii larger
family. That he Is the mat domestic
w ho includes in her great mother heart
all the poorigniirant. iionieles,viiii(irenoi
the state. V e must also admit that
there Is need ol reform in our social life,
and we believe that in ad .earnest ill'orts
to raise the standard ot pure morals und
social life we will receive the helplul and
philanthropic aid ol prorefslvo men.
The "call" is signed by women Iroin
all parts ol the state, and il women every
where throughout the state shall loci a
re.-ponsibility in regard to its highest
success, Mime practical bi.-neiit will occur
to all. Hopefully,
Ki.i viutni BoYMos lUmn.iti.
a woman's CoNi.r.KiS i Al l. not a wo
man's i uNoni.si ion soi int:n. Illi
nois. Iilau TniKMis In the home-, church
es, philanthropies, as well as in the pro
fessions, schools, and industries of the
Prairie State, thousands of women
arc employing their powers of heart,
bruin, aid hand. It we could know
something ot the dillicultles which in
pedc and the helps which facilitate;
something of the needs which beset and
the aspirations which impel-, something
ot the failures which dishearten and
the successes which cheer this arrny
ol worker', this knowledge would ena
ble us to render practical servi.:e to each
other and inspire us with that common
sympathy and kindly toleration which
would serve to lighten every burden and
sweeten every success.
Tin-re are voting women cmic'ious, of
exc -ptiomd endowments who are long
ing lor counsel and oppartunitlcs; there
ure others anxious to grasp and firmly
to hold fcome honorable bread-winning
employment; there are middle-aged wo
men working bravely on in i-olation;
there are women crowned with the glory
of gray hair who in the quiet of life's
long afternoon might bring to the help
ol other women the rich fruits of char
aeii r nurtured in the sacred atmosphere
Believing that to ull these tho an
nouncement will be welcome, we have
determined to issue this call loraconvo
eat ion ot women to consult ou subjects
of interest to us all beeuu-e they vitally
relate to our employments as women, to
what we have aticuipled und uccoin
pliehed, and to w hat we purpose and
desire. We believe lt to be wBhinthe
P'.wer and the province ot w omen to
think out methods (or helping to mike
better homes, better schools, betterehnr-
che, better charities, better laws, betior
n.-rvice for humanity ami dod.
We hope that out ol this meeting will
grow a permanent a-.-ociation or guild of
the women ol Illinois, which shall serve
as a starting point for our t ndeavors,und
a rallying point PTour results.
We believe that we shall meet with a
hearty co-operation in tlie purpose we
aimounce, w hich shall result in the lorni-
ationol woman's cluhs.industrial school;,
bureaus of business and science, nml otli
tr helps of Inestimable value. We call
upon all women interested in the forni
aton of such an association to give their
influence, their siigc-'imis, and their
The meeting will be held in Clark
Street Methodist F.piscopul Church, Chi
cago, on the Jih and oili of October.
There will be three sessions daily, the
first beginning at lihoD a. m., '1 bur-day,
T he following is the list of subjects:
"Home Protection," "Tic Business Wo
man," Women's Foreign Missionary
Society; Their Influence, IMrect and Ke
flex," "The Town Caterer,'' "Women's
Clubs,", "Women as llvingclists,"
-Women as Converser-." "Household
and Decorative Art," "How to secure
Sensible Social Fntertainineiits." "Wo
men ou Boards ol Charity," "Industrial
Schools ford iris.
'Three subjects "The Domestic Prob
lem," "How to Simplify House," and
"The Means of Improvement Available
to Women in Rural Neighborhoods"
are open to any who choo-e to write
upon them; these papers limited to
twenty minutes and to be submitted to
the committee on papers aud topics
before t lie 1st ot October, through the
Cliainnan, Mrs. Oliver Willard llvans
ton. In the discussion of subjects before the
association, all irrelevant matters will
he ruled out. The speakers will be
restricted lo (be subjects under consid
eration. Mary B. Willard. Ilden M.
I'ovoridge, Frances K. Willard. Fliz
iiheth, Boyton Harbcrt, Mrs. D. I,.
Wardner, Mrs. Henry Candor, Cairo;
M.ss Sarah Raymond, Blooiningtoir.
Mrs. Jennie Fowler Willing. Chicago;
Mrn. S, M. I. Henry, liooktord; Mrs. I.
R. lii:r, llvaiiston; Mr. I,. II. Hilton.
Chicago; Mrs. David (.age, Mrs. Myra
llradwell, Miss AdaC. Sweet, Mrs- Mao
l.aughery, Jollet; Mrs. Simeon i-'arwell,
Miss Nina I.iuul. Mrs. K. K. Marev, Mrs.
J. I. UeMoyne, Mrs. C. 11. Blaeknil, Mrs'
.1. II. Oberly, Mrs. Charles J. Browne,
Mrs. I.. S.Rnnnds, Missl.ucia Kimball,
Miss Mary II. Villars, Mrs, (Vila P.
Wooley. Mrs. Maria B. Holyoko, Miss
Fredrika Perry, Miss I.u C. Allen, Mrs,
M. H. Maltby, Mr. S. II. Sohnoiie. Miss
Roberta. Mrs. Sarah B. Hershy, Mrs.
Mattie Everts Iloltlen. Mrs. C. It. Host
wick, Mrs. S. II. St. John, Mr. Annie
Itvlord, Leonard. Dr. Ainie Hale, Dr.
Sihellia Baker. Dr. Rosa Fngcrt, Dr.
Surah 1 1 askert Stevenson.
Iiilcriiilltritt l ever
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
produce lt arc such as cold, irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
eve. In large cities where edgo tools
and agricultural Implements aro manu
factured, the grinder protects his lungs
Iroin the injurious ellects of the dust
llylngoll the grindstone, by wearing n
respirator. The coal miner ere he tie
sounds the shalt provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against Il-c-dainp,
Now It is equally necessary for those
who are brought in contact with any of
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against It, the homo stomach hitlers.
Tliul IiiU1Ihi-i l'o lii llcnlili.
Ail atmosphere Impregnated with the
seeds of malaria, Is rendered harmless by
the timely use of Hostetter's Stomach
(litters; and II a resort to his benign pro
tectlvu agent has unwisely been Uulcrred
until tho fever tits have developed, it will
havo the effect of checking them and pre
venting their return. This statement U
corrolK "fcJ l'f --"'"li who have
tried tin;. x -n-!(J'(;1"- 'or lever and agrfe
and biliou ' "-ttent fever, besides af
fections ol t. tomRl-',1 "ver and bowels
peculiarly ri. ,lia'--rl"!' localities.
Throughout th yyeit -mleu- 'n every
partol tho Am vii:m continent wliero
malaria prevails, , ,lie accepted speci
fic. Nor is the area ' 4lf ,ts usefulness cir
cumscribed by the 11 ita ot tho United
States, fince it Is wide '7 sed In South
America, Mexico, Auk 'Win. and elsewhere.
'. Aiiio, Illinois, 'Iiiuh-day I tvitsu, I
tjeiemuer J,l'ii7. (
The weather has changed materially,
and it Is now cool and pleasant. The
rains of Friday night and Saturday
were of great benefit to thu owing
crops which had began to sull'er.
Business is quiet, and taken as a. whole
there is no improvement in the condition
of the marker. Whilo tlicro may be a
slight improvement iu one branch, an
other ehows less activity, so that viewed
nil around there is little or no change in
the general make-up of the market.
The Hour market denotes a slight Im
provement, and while prices are not any
stronger than at the date of our last re
port, they are firmer, steadier and more
regular, lt is the impression anion
ifealers that prices have reached their
lowest, and that lor tho next too or
three months they will not vary much
from present quotations. Receipts are
liberal and storks on the mat
ket goo I. The order demand is lair
and tran-uctions during the week have
been ni' ie liberal There is no Im
provement in the corn market. Receipts
are light, though there is a good supply
un the market, the bulk ot which is held
in store on shippers limit. I here Is no
demand except lor milling purposes, aud
that is very light. Prices are -UfaT-'o for
white in bulk There is a fair demand
lor oats at quotations. Receipts are
light and taken on arrival. There is
only a light etocfc on the market.
Receipts of bay Since
last report have been large,
and there is now an overstock on the
market. The demand is very light, an d
confined almost exclusively to the local
market. 'The lower markets are full
and prices ure declining. Tlie market
here is lower, weak and irregular
There Is no improvement lu the condi
tion of the market for meal. The de
mand Is light, and though there Is very
little city meal on the market It is fu ly
ample to meet all Inquiry. Trices are
steady ot 52 31(712 33. Country meal is
in good stock and steady ut f 2 10(2,2 13.
The st ick of bran on the market
is large, while the demand Is light.
Prices are steady at 510 iu saiks und
i" in bulk Potatoes are in
good supply and steady ut 33)1 Ic
p-.-r bushel, aud $1 23(eT 30 per bbl. Re
ceipts from country wagons ure good.
Poultry is plenty and iu good demand ut
quotations The deina..d for choice
butter is good, while receipts uro light
und the stock on the market light
Fggsure scarce and le5,2d higher, and
ure now qiiolid at 11Q.l2h: per
dozen. Receipts are light and de
mand good Vll kinds of
fruit is plenty, and 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
advanced tol71o per cwt; 22Jeperl00
on hay, and 3.c per dry bbl.
Way rates arc grain, 23c; flour, .Vic;
fcjyo'ur friends should bear in mind
that tho prices here given are only lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
There is a firmer feeling among dealers
and prices are more steady and regular.
Receipts arc liberal and stocks are fair.
Sale noted are :
000 " Various Grades on
orders 23(20 30
300 " Various Grades on
orders I 2:(7(1 50
30 bbls. Choice Family 0 30
230 bbls. Various tirades on
orders 3 00(3,0 30
50 bbls Various grads on
orders 3 00(3,0 30
100 bbls. Choice Family 0 23
130 bbls. Good Family (i 00
120 bbls. Various Grades on
orders I 30(t0 30
There is no improvement in the condi
tion of the market. Receipts arc limited,
though there is a good supply on the
market, the bulk of which Is held in
store on shippers order. There Is no
demand except for milling purposes
which is small. Sales noted were 1 cur
while in bulk lie; 1 ear do, 12c.
There is a lair demand for oats at quo
tations. Receipts arc about equal to the
demand. Sales noted were, 5 cars good
mixed In bulk, 20c; 1 car choice mixed,
The receipts ot hay sinco our last
report have been large, und tho supply
on the market is now large. The demand
Is very light, and confined almost exclu
sively to tho local trade. Prices nre
lower, weaker, and very irregular. We
note sales of I car choice timothy, $11 73;
1 cardo, $11 .'0.
There Is no demand worth speaking
of tor meal. The supply ot city meal on
tho market Is small, though hi the con
dition ol the luiiiket It is sufllcient to
meet nil demands. Good country kiln
dried Is in fair supply, and dull at $2 10.
(Vj,2 13; City iswoilh 30(3,2 33.
Bran is In good stock and dull ot quo
tations. Receipts uro fair. Sales re
ported wer 200 sacks Oran, if 10; 23 do
$10; 1 car In bulk, $7.
Receipts ot chickens nre liberal, and
the supply on thu market U lair. Prices
aro unchanged, Snlcs reported were 2
coops good young chickens, $1 73;
1 coop good young $1 73; 2 coops old
heui, $2 CO; 1 coop ycuig chickens,
sniBll, $1 23; 1 coop young chickens, ex
tra large, $2.
The market Is well supplied with
potatoes and prices are steady at 30(7r40c
per bushel, and $1 23l 00 per bbl.
Receipts from country wagon are good.
There is a scarcity of choice butter,
w hile tho demand la good. Receipts are
light. Common and low grades are
abundant and dull. Sales were 1 pack
age choice, 18c; 200 lbs. choice, 1718c;
130 tbs. do, ISc; 10 palls good Southern
Illinois, l.VTf,17c; 5 pails Northern dairy,
Eggs aro scarce nnd receipts extremely
light. The market Is comparatively bare,
Prices have advanced, and sales were
made to-day at prices ranging from 11
(3)120. We note sales of 4 cases, 12c;
100 dozen, 12c; 200 dozen, 11c; 3 cases,
There is an abundance of all kinds of
fruit on the market, and prices aro low
and irregular. Peaches nre selling nil
the way lrom 10 to 30c per box; penrs
13 -Oc; grapes, OfMc per lb. and apples
20fiH)c per bushel according to quality.
Vegetables are plenty and cheap.
Prices are very low. Cabbage sold to
day at $.1(3 30 per 100; tomatoes 30o;
and all other articles in proportion.
Sales salt were IfOO bbls. $1 30.
SITKA n BOATS.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evans
villo, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elfRunt a!le-wticl eleamei
ViLTSR B. PltHHINGTON
Will Icaye Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
o'clock v. rn.
The Ceet iteamir
Leaves Cairo every SATUKDAY
h ach boat makes clone connections at Cairo
with ttinl-elaiM nteamera for St. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Evansville with
Hit. E. AC. lt. It for all points North and East,
and with the Ixiuisville Mall Steamers fo ball
lioints on Uie L'pper utiio, nivin through re
ceipt un freights and passenger to all points
For urther information apply to
I AUKS llliilis, Passenger Agent.
11 A I.LI DAY 1! 1103. 1 1 .,.
Or to O. J. (.HAMMER,
Superintendent and General Freight Agent,
lo-3-aj-lr. tvamville Indiana.
Tho Steam Ferryboat
Will ho run regularly, leaving Green
field's landinir at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock a.m.;
1 .iit), 3:i) i and rc.'M o'clock p.m. during each
On Sunday she will leave ths landing at
and lOoolock a.m. aud at 12 in,, sod at
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
tmteeon wlmrf boat, foot of Sixth street,
ti nice ol llalliday Brothers, opposite St.
Eicyptian Mills, Twentieth street.
Coal Dump, toot of I liirty-tignth street, or
i'o it Uihce drawer iioo.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Ketail Dealer, la
rorcifirn and Domeitlo
;VINKN OF ALT. KIN UN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MK9HR?. SMrrn A CO. have. Jonatantl
t large stock ol thu brat foot) a In Uie mar.
el, and give especial attention to lbs wholesale
anon oi me uusinesa.
Id H 11!
GIVEN BT THE
Irish National Club
Tuesday Eve, Sept. 4.
One ot the best string bands of South
ern Illinois has been engaged to lurnUI
the music. Come one and all ar ' enjoy
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P. Oraney, D. J. Tolsy,
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Weekly and Uomniy Board
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Bates to Suif tht
The Crystal Saloon
In Connection with European, Is Furaishe-I with
in uteat atyle
supplied with the finest wises ao4 h 1 1 or anil
Mix.d Drinks MaU mIbJ.
Sp ia Attention, Fi4 1
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