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-.iIKO BUSINESS HOUSES.
, Any business linn l aiilmve three lines
pwe, in tliia milium under it 1 1 1 j i n i n1 liiw'lliig
liberate ol tH.fsi r in.iiilti r till r year
iyutile iiiinuriy 10 aiimuc.
lliinluitre, Stove mid Tin Warv.
A. H A I I I- I ..,.! r ;,. Slov.n.1 lualul Kuril
auk, tiunlen ait Kaniiiis' InipU-iiieiita, Win)
f.tMtit, Ib-lngeniturn, J'liiup awl Ijii ders.
i t (.uuirneri'ial Avtuue. liuiletiug. '
tVmk Uuii on short not u e.
I i. M.i. AllEY-Dealil ill hiird mi l noil lulh
u, IlimiUigi t'lii'C "I'llUK awl ruiif.ceil
,uii,ler, lulh ami ttl 1 11 K (Wire uij'l yard
vriirr I wmium si i i' i uii'i uiuii;'iiiii avenue
. k-. ' I UT L II llf I' Il,i1...,a In .....i.
lutir, blinds, etc.. hunt iiml milt lumber and
tlll'li1"' 'I"1 "I"1 VIIK l.JIIIIIU.TCI;U UVI'NUr,
vrm t 1 1 in mm i.
iii'i iihnri'. .
I. M AKTM AS liealer In Queen sware, Toys,
l.alli,a aliil ul I knnlii il I'mirj ul 1 1" l-r .. I ulilu, I-
ul uveuue, iuri.tr t.ti street.
I'lioloe; rnily .
V, I l.I.I AM YHNTMl-smtli street lwlwicn
oiiiiueri'iainveinie una aoliinKloii avenue.
lulhniK Bin: Mrrrlintit TitilurlfiK
.1011 : S AM HIM Mri liiit Tailor and dealt r
In liiu.ly Mwle ( liillmy. ,,t iiln,. I v . .
Kritl I'.atiilei Aicem-ltm.
M. J. IIOWt.KY-Keiil Kittute Agent. Il'iys
mill M ill ri-..l e.Ule, Culkcta rem, ,ays im..
lul liUI-li'.-lii'lllH,ele. tjlllllUL-rClIti aSCUUe, be-
i Ann Ni'iili mi, 'I 1 in III btr.-ct.-i.
i tiiuilNlnu .1er Ilium,
II LNKI.KA 1 IIHTI.r.U Ooll-
II Cotton ana luhacro r aclur uii'l -ib-
i.in-tor ul me i-annerh' lohaiu o v tireiii.u .r.
1 e, A I.'. COIIilluiiereiMl Avi um'.
I tiini rnl Kurwitpliiig mi'l ('jimii.m.ihd
ii.cri'hHUt, lor the Bale ul runu, (.allien, Ui
;lianl anil I i i y I'rixliice. tihiu Lew.
n A. WllhEMX.K .( "I.
i (ii'iiural r orwui'linK huiI ( .,iiiiui ..linn
it.eii'l.unt. unil dealers in ul i l.iiiJa ij t ruit .'!
I't'i'lllcc. 1 1 Oi.iu lvee. t on-iniili.i nti i.jii.:-
:liil, htellclla lliriillit'i on a.ilcalnli.
r.r. UiinhM'a nil err Wine or iron.
'I hit truly valuable totii t in been In llmr
oiikhlv ie"tnl by ull clasaea of t' v iiiiiiiiumly
that it in nuw deemed lwlini.erif.ublp n n f rin:
Hi ri lr i ii . It fust but lilile. punlu-a I lit
l.lnf'ilanil gives lrnc to Hie luii,iii.li, r. nnv.iti a
llie at stern arxl jrol'.nK life- hveryboiiy
lioulil t.nve it.
r or the rnrecf ok Stomiu'lia, l.crn rul ni
hility, lwli(Ctllor, Iisa u if Ihe Mniuin Ii
lur all if ri-'Uirilirf a tonu-.
I iua wine Incluili a the irmnl aicre-alile ami
Hlicii-nt aalt 01 Iran we kjsei'l-llra'i' or
u.m'iKUc. imiiile romliinfl nn Hi ni'itt ener-ari-iit;
of ull veKt!ilile t' nH" - TclloW I'Tiiv nu
Ho you want a'.mi ihinK to nur.ctliiii ji.uv
H" you warn a Komi ajp litr '
Ho you want ri'i uf in none mi"'.
lo y ou want en rmy .'
I'o you want tu alirp wrll
Do you want lo hiuM tip your i.oiirlifil.ou
Ho yon want to feel well '
Doyouwanta hri knnil vi;;i.i :: frliiir '
If yon io, try hLNKKl.'a Ml 1 I.U WISV.
1 only ark a trial of tliin irri at im i;'in. '
I'.hWare of I' Hiali rl, iU, iui Kmiaei'a llilti r
U mi o. lion i Hie only iuri- ur. I l!.-riual
ii innlv in the lno n uml.l lur tin ,i ru aiii i t
. lur ol LiitKI"i ali i I lehilily ,ai. l av ll.i-n an:
a nuiuiier of iiii.latiuiia otliii .1 to ibe i ul.ii. ,
I w.Mil'l cautiou the coiniuunity to purrlit'i'
in. hi but the ifriiou.e artliit.. inai,litui'tt.ltl l,y
L. h ii. .1.1-1. jii'1 Iiumui: In tolli' on tli- i. im
ol rvny liolllv. 'Il.evury fait tliat ol!i m an
;ry iiik to unitau' thin viiliial.lr ii.i 'litiii.-, i.r.nr -it
w.rttiati'l --Bk-v .limn in u u r. L.rt
iln- K in" " K . . I. ii ii a. H ' fi.
Milil only in 1 boiur-, -o 'l ,y ini-',ii.tB
and Uealeiti eeiy hrre. K. K. Kui.i.i :( i'ro-puit-r,
in North .Niiitu air.- t, riulfli !!!.. u.
T Al'K WOHM UKM0VK1) A I.I VF.
llni.l ainl all loiLlilm-1 ill tu ln.ia.i. No
lie till heail a.aas i. M-al, l ir ami Mninurli
Worinn rviuoviil ly lir. Kiioml, i': North
Nintu Mrri'U l'tiilaiUl liia, 1'u. N i.'l for r ir
riilari rana you lruifi-t lor a lmtile of lr.
kiuikr WwrintJTip. il IM'Ver I'ni vjl
'in(-e ul Ileal ami umlort Til
1 1 red Wouieu.
Mrs. Hi nry Waril llctchi-r, w hon- houc
hoM knowleilse an'l jitrfeit bonii-ty no
one iii'iuucn tn iloulit, ri'i orniin niUlioiifi
Ki't'l'tra lo UKt Wakliino, the uewhUli'tittite
fur aoiip. hlie -In; i j-U-a-i-d witU it.
It in a i;r:it irr ol tune, :ui. lnuur, ami
i an no more injure r'utliing tiian loiuinoii
(Minn water. Mr. Bee. lu r ii r ilit.
Wa-liiiii- lias ninny jrcat aihnnt:.-f'.i over
Miap. Ittt;ialii- Hi otie-lliir-1 ol Ibe tinie.
It ulmo-t entirely ilum anuy with riiUWnL'.
Wai-lie-i a wi-'l 111 liar.l water a-, niit, Jt t.
iheonly article known tlit will prewti
wooli nn truin shrinkin'.'. Oilier artiulci a
eit noiuewLut in wa-lilt,,', liiitluty ii.jurc
the rloltiea. Va.-liltie t.oi-itht.y 'l!l hot
T!ii"e an nuns ol tbe iuslitie wlilrli
havctuado Wabine to popular anion;,' tin1
intelligent h.iuv.'keeperi ol Aim rk-H. All
wlio are not uin' W;nUiue will not regret
It if tliey lake apeelal paint, to procure auil
;ive II a trinl. Trice, 5 anil 10 cent.-,. froM
hy ail grocers.
! ilnppT relief to orn yutioK men in
the etfi-ru of errors and alum.-) in!
early- l'ii'. ManUoo'l Ccetortd. 1m- Q
Q illnieut to inarria-te removed, y
New ii.etbi"! of treatment. New
2 id remarkable, rellitdlco. II. m k i- JT
'.( and e ri'til.irj eent fri-e In ealed
5 eiivel 'a. Ailden.-) lioWAlin As-
W 9o( iaiIu!. IU S. Ninth l'liili-f-q
! delpbiu. I'a. An institution bav- m
JjJ ing a lii.h reiiitaliou lur honor- M
uble conduit and prulccsioual,
IT T TVflTC PrVTTJAT. Xt P
t St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road EunninR Two
Duily Troins from Cairo,
i Trains Lenvb Cairo
:2t) p.m. Kail Kxprosi, urrivin' in St.
LuiiiH p. hi.; tiiieaj-u, tM, a.m.
2 20 P.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
viLLE FAST LINE
Arrivinixln Cincinnati H-.:m, a.m.; i.ouIh
ville, K.i,im.j Inili tiiRpoii", 4.i: a.m.;
rufsengers by luia train arrive at obove
I 111 HH
OF ANY OTflEE EOUIE.
lilt) 'p. in. Kaft Mail with hlccprr tillacli
ul, for ST. LOLLS nnil CHICAGO,
arriving in St. Loula at tliHO a.tn. Cbi
cat'O at l.,'lil p.m. Conni'i'tine at Oilin
or F.llinphain lor Cineinnaii, lotilsville
FAST TIME EAST
(.metii-'era by tills lino no tlirouyli to
I he Kat wilboiit any ilelay cuused by
riieHATUHDAV AKTKItNOON TWAIN
KI(M CAIUO AKHIVKH IN NKV
VOIIK 110NUAY MOUMMl
AT lO V.-i.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF AN V OTIIKU norm
Ailvertiwmcnta of conipetiiu' line that
they make belter time than tbi ono, aro
are lacuoil citber tliroutrli iynuruncu or a
ileslre to lnlBleatl the public.
For tbrouRli ticket timl information,
pply at llllnoia Central K. It. lepot, Cairo.
IKAIN AlllllV AI CAIUO
Gen'l Souibern Agt
II. Joes, Ticket Ast.
The knitliK oftli ulmye oril--r U.el
at their luill (he lirkt iiml Ihint H, inlay
u rai.li luniitlii loiiniii ic.iul uveuue, .'1 Uooi
aolith ol mil aire) t, at Hi m.
Iiiiin II. H.IIHK-, (i. (., M,
AHCAI.OS I.0U0K, NO. SI.
Knifilitri ul I'ythlat, niw'ti tin ry Krl
iluy hiKlit ut hall-nwt iwveii, in (J'M
(ellowa' Hull. ., lluwa,
Al KXANDhll I.OIiOK, NO. 'iA,
j-V-h y. Iiitlciiitiiiriii urver Ol tniu-rei-yrj&Lm
liiwn, inurui tfery 'lhtirnluT niKht
at buU-iaiit ae tin, in their hall on
miii.i ri iiil aviiii.e. hetwwn ftixth unJ Seventh
truin Wu.Lh. IIahkinm, N. O.
' lAlltli KNCAMI'MKN'T, I 0, O. r.irnetii
JV odd-If i llowa' Hull on Hut llntt iuiiI H int
luei,.y in every month, al Imlf-paat aeven
A. CoMINlin, I I'
A CAIlloUIIXiK. NO. '.Mi, A. F. 4 A. M.
-Sf, Hold regular eiiiii.uiui'atioiia in V.h
jCyTaiiiuc Hull, roimr t.oiiiiueruul uvinui
Valid Kihtli nti.'.t, on the ta:oud anil
'otirlh Monday nii'-vli iiiutitli.
K ATi7iAI l; U 1 1 S I Mi.
J'J'All bills for ai'.yertmuiif , an. due and pay
able in iuvi.il
'iiauaieat nlvertieing will bviuat rleil at II. u
rata of Jl i'J a-r aijuare lur the urt int. rtmn
and fyl ei'iila tor eudi aulifieiiiieiit one A lilrtrul
liuxxiurit will U loadc ou auiii t.i,)! and dinpl
yor iniertiuK t'uiitial nutlet; tl Noliutol
mvetiiiK tf aoeletie or ui:n-l orb ra 'u ix-iiti for
ia. Ii iniu-rtioa
(.'bun h, Society, Keatival and Supper uotbxa
Will only be inuerti d aa advi rtn'euieiita
N'a advitrtineiuent will be received at leas tbuu
Ut centa, and no aivertineiii nt will I inaeilnl
lor lena thun tiiree dollura Ir mi.lilh
I. Or A I, It! MM MS MITIIM
Of o;u! "ijuan: (s lines fpa'-o) or tuon", In
nfrti il in tin; HfMXHN ih follows : (I.e.-
tban one r'(tii:iri; cuiintt iJ a; .i:jtinrf.)
UiiL- iii-ritiim jx r h'fiu.in' r0
Two insertions jer t-'piHrt'
'riireoinn'rtiiriH per Knuan; 1 00
Six iiif.i.rtioiin pt.r failure 1
Two weeks jx r square - 50
Oik rnoiitb per miiiarc 'A M
.special rnies uiutlu on laretf u'lverlie.
meiitH or lor lonift-r time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owiii:.' lo the prcent hard tlim n ah'l
scarcity ot momy, I w ill, alter thU dale,
ell llreml lit ItOe, er lion n, or '.!
I.mitev for "i Cenla.
Al") ' j.ki-. I'iii, tie , al prrportiuiiateiv
I he e t'Pfula .'ire i, tlie very .e.t in Hie
it), and vilil recoliitueiitl llijlui.-H t an
rt ordi r- from al.to.i l wi'l recti; p.
l'ro.'r 1,'riion I'.abf ry,
I'll. im r. ial Ave.. I et.4lli BLd btti M-.
i alio, Ali'llt ii. 1-77 -
View of Marriace !
ttda to Wpd, c.k .1
vtmMl 1 n ttiH- ,i r,
(;,! U"tl' I. if i! ,ht w-
A tut fr pr vfcti, iuM,..
, A HHIVAIL MtDICAL ADVISER?
On iui fji r,nf i Vrtvait; In a: arc -i if orn fl!f
A'jufc. Exc'cmx!, or Br-cret Ditv-Airi, Uau lKt
Li. uf ' ''.4 lift ( a, pner t n.
A CLtNIOAH-ECTUUE.if, t i1. iM
tir,. i, ir,, Throti.tt I.i;!.B.CUrrb,liutiure,u.
i. .tit rxe W'Ui "'i:'H.u i " i rT ir tu n- r nr t vnrf1,
: '! .it ' it i ik, li-i'i,rii T i, ii t rami. I"f
Auuii Lit. bUTTJ. v jX. ou t:. bl. JLauji, Io.
SAT l KIi.VV S- ptmilierS, 1-77.
FRESH RADDLE-ROCK OYSTERS
Charley FfiiTi rliua
111. lir.ixtoii lias rttiirncJ to his olil
stand in the Ilc'ucr buililinfr, vlitre lie is
bitter prepared than ever to awouiuio-
ilatii bis patrons and the public 'who
may favor him with a call, lie has gone
to considerable expense in lilting up a
couple of nlwly furnished rooms, which
lie has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. 11c em
ploys only l!rt class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their want
attended to m style and will receive)
courteous treatment. tl'
I hut Iiisiiliona I OC loHcMili,
All atmosphere impregnated with the
seeds ol malaria, is rendered harmless by
the timely use of Hostetter'.s Stomach
flitters; ai.d II a resort to his benign pro
tective agent has unwisely teen delerred
until the fever tits have developed, t will
baye the eilVct of checking them and pre
venting ilieir return. This statement is
corroborated by thousands who haro
tried this medicine for lever nnd ague
and bilious remittent fever, hesitles af
fections ol the stomach, liver and bowels
peculiarly rife in malarious localities.
Throughout the West, Indeed lit every
part ol tlie American continent whore
malariii prevails, it is the accepted speci
fic. Nor is the area of its usefulness cir
cumscribed by the limits of the I'nited
States, since It i.s widely n-cd in South
America, Mexico, Australia, and el-n-where.
FRESH SADDLE-ROCK 0YSTKR3
Charley PfiffeiliiiKM. i
Worili ll Welkin In liiild.
I "ndoubtcdly the greatest modern dis
covery in iiiedieino is DaC'osta's J.'adi
eul Cure lor ilvspepsin, sick headache,
sour stomach, costivi'iiess, Mlioiisnesu,
loss of appetite, diftrcss after eating, ami
all disorders caused hy indigestion or a
deranged liver. Its results aro astonish
ing, and Fine relic! is guaranteed in
every caec where it is faithliilly used. It
tones up the stomach, regulates the
liver, restore the natural appetite,
ureiigthcns the delicate and rxpela all
uioibld humors lrom the system. Ty
phoid and blloti.s fever itilglit, in almost
every case, be prevented by its timely
tisi'. Trial ni.e 25 cents. A very few
doses will relieve, and n little persever
ance euro you, Sold hy Barclay i'.ros,
Also agents for I'rof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which Is auro death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physic. Price 25 cents. Try It.
There are twtlty-une pri.oni-i i In
tlii'iiutiiiy J.iil awaiting dial.
Vesterday was n holiday In the
polite courts. There was no business,
Voting Jiidson Ayers, con ol .Mr. S.
I'. Aytrs, has gone to Cornell college,
ut Ilhicit, New York.
This Is itilcwlsh holiday, and Ibe
store of .I. Iiurger will he closed until
seven o'clock this evening.
Kxamine our Immense- stock of
sft.ple thy goods, Just received.
i;t O. JIaytiiohn & Co,
K ci p the blood pure and the health
ot the system will follow. lr. Hull's
r.looil .Mixture will accomplish this in a
sholt pciio l,
I'aant.-and guarillaiis will do well
to examine our stock ol children' ready
made shoes jti.-t received.
O. JIay'IIIokn it Co.
Large sales indicate the merits ol ull
good unifies. JmiggitU sell more of
Ir, littU's IJahy syrim than ol all other
remedies lor the cure of baby disorders.
25 cents a bottle.
ot;0 ca.scs boots and n'noes just
opened by O. Ilaythorn & Co., uru for
sale, wholf rale and retail. We compete
uiici'i-ssiniiy with liny hoii'u in the west,
(i. IIavtiioiin i, Co.,
01 101 Commercial Avenue
-ili.nrv lliiiliiin. our L'lcat soda
water manufacturer, is building an h e
house in addition to hi.' large new brick
f.ii torv, and will this year store all the
! iii'ccssary to supply bis wants next
Vi'e have Just received a complete
stock of MisiV and Children's pibblc
goat, side lace, front lace, and button
shoi'Mif all kinds, which we offer to the
trade at JO per cent lower than ever
before. Ut ). JIaYI IOIiN & Co.
--'ihe Itieiid of the women who
w.rlr' is here, liarclay Ilrothcrs have
ill. t iiiciwd their first invoice of
washine," which i now on sale at
thi ir ding stores. 'J'ry " wa-hliie,"' It is
a great labor -ayer.
- our Iricnd Egnew and Kent, we fear,
nii'a "little oil 'over their tnp to ar-
liondale a lev days ago. 'Ihey cannot
ecu f siri.'iiug firal'es of the thoo'.Uts of
that burg, P.r the hospitality shown
tlieiu on tie- oi l as'ion of their visit.
- Keep iiiir teeth in goo 1 condition
arid yon will be happy. To do this you
mn-teall at the deiitid roonr, ol ('annine
,v Whitlock. 'J Ii'-y perlorm ull the work
of the prof'-'-ioii iii th" must sati-hif'cry
manlier at the mo'-r ii-a-unaftle riei-s.
i J n
- 1 he Si. ( buries hotel of this city, L.
K. hgiicw proprietor, lias no superior
in the -tate. Mr. Lunew is a iiem of
large ( xpi i i' nee in the hotel business,
end has built up a run ol custom for
the Sr. haii' s that it has hitherto un
known. - Hon. A. 11. Itviu lias returned lrom
Chester, where he went a few days ago
to mitt Cov. Cullotu and the peniten
tiary commission. Work will be at once
beun on the new building, and the
( hestcrites are in extacies. Deluded
Grand 'lower, desolate Grafton, accept
our hcartlclt sympathy.
Mr. W. II. Morris returned lrom
Sheboygan yesterday afternoon. Now
let us do something in the way ol organ
izing a military company. All of our
neighboring cities have t hem, and w e
should not fall behind. A company of
one hundred active men can be organized
ia Cairo without dilllculty. Let us have
it by all means.
We were yesterday shown a life size
oil painting ol the lute Mr. Saflord. It
is the lruits of the labor of Professor
Sanders. It h as perfect a likeness as
we have ever fcen, and is as linely an
executed picture as one will see in a
lifetime. The portrait was painted bv
Mr. Sanders (or the directors ot the
City National Hank, and will he placed
in the hank. The painting can 1b seen
at the professor's studio until .Monday
Con llryce, an old citizen of Cairo
died yesterday morning at hall alter two,
0 clock. The deceased for many years
past has been in the employ ol 'the Illi
nois Central railroad company, and was
a member of the St. Patrick's Benevo
lent society ol this city, which organiza
tion during his long illness and up to the
time ol his death, has shown him many
kindnesses. The deceased has been
unable to attend to his duties at the
station for nearly eight months.
The remains will bo taken lrom the Hi
bernian lire engine house to Sc Patrick's
Catholic church ut 1:30 o'clock this
p. m., where the services will bo held.
A special train will leave lrom the loot
01 Kighth street at 2::i0 for Villa Kidge
where the remains will be interred. Mr.
Ilryee was a generous, kind-hearted
man, and leaves a host ol warm friends
to mourn his demise.
Auotlwr of those mysterious cases
of getting drunk, robbing, etc., comes
to us. This time tho victim Is tin old
gentleman who hails lrom .lonesbcro.
( n Thursday he came to Cairo with one
hundred anil eighty dollars in his pocket,
with which he intindcd lying in goods
to stock a stand on the fair grounds
dining the Joncsboro fair. He got out
with some of the boys, drank until he
became drunk, mill then went around
town to cull on the girls, both black and
white without regard to race, color or
previous condition. 1'irst he paid his
respects to a woman of color with w hom
ho spent several hours. He lottnd himsell
minus about eighty dollars when ho
balanced his cash account In a down town
saloon. He next culled on a white lady,
here he remained several hours also, mid
came out to llnd ho had been relieved of
eighty dollars more. He informed the
police, who tried to ferrit tho matter out,
but could llnd no clue to the thieves.
Tho old man went home a busted speculator,
The (allowing lrom the lilooinlngton
Lt'i ler w 111 he rend with plcasuro hy the
nuiiierou Iriencs and acquaintances of
L'ev. Dr. Thayer, late pastor of the Pres.
byterlan ehiirclt In this city: "linprcs
eivo communion services were held In
the First Presbyterian church yesterday
morning. The text chosen by the pastor,
Dr. Thuycr, was Luke xv.-2. His sub
ect was "Tho C- host of Christ." After
the discourse eleven members were re
ceived into the church. At the comtnu
nlon preceding this fifteen members were
added to thu church, making twenty-Mx
in four mouths. The Ladies' Social So
ciety made during tho four months $i:-;o
over and above all expenses. All the ex
penses of the church, Including pastor's
salary, have been promptly paid, and u
deep and growing interest I; inaiiilcstcd
in each of the departments of the church
work. Mr. Thayer U a geni al, social
gentlemen with w hom It Is a pleasure to
meet. In the pulpit is a diginilcd and
Vigorous speaker, and possesses the tal
ent to lill the pulpit ol u church in a large
city. The society is certainly very form
nate in securing his valuable services, for
il means thu prosperity ol the church be
yond a doubt, and with its present pro-i
grrsu it will soon be one ot ihe leading so
cieties In the city, It Itls not already so.''
Mayor Winter is negotiating with
Morris & Ingle, o! Kv.iusville, f jr the
u.-eofthe line excursion barge "Twi
light, "which trait is known all along the
Ohio river for its b' auty and splendid
appointments for aii occasion, such as
the mayor proposes to make his trip to
I.awton's hlutf lcxt Tlmrs lay. The
"Twilight" i-i ono hundred and fifteen
feet in length and twenty-live feet wide.
She is lilted up expressly lor an excur-
alon barge or gondola; has a regular
s; ainboui; or canvass root and good
substantial w ide guards all around. The
lloor or deck is of plained yellow pine,
wT.h u railing separating the dancing
hall from the pioinenade. She is furn-1-hed
with scat-, refreshment stands,
etc., and is in every way a perkct beauty.
We give this description of the "Twi
light'' In order to give tho-e who con
template going with .Mayor Winter, an
ikaof the pleasure and enjoyment they
nisy look (nr. Jfeim -tuber, next Thurs
day is the time set aput tor the great
picnic, when it will surely take place,
unless some trouble comes up to prevent.
Mayor Winter iectived a letter from
M ijor Well, of I'aducali, asking the
postponement ot tlie excursion utif.il the
I'ailucah fair time, but his honor replied
he could not possibly comply with the
refpicst, as his friends are becoming im
patient, and he told the truth. Mayor
iVInli r .-aid in his letter to the Hon. Mr.
Weil, however, that he would try and
arrange lor another excursion to take
place diirir.g the f.ir. Wc have no
doubt his honor will have no trouble in
getting a big crowd lor this affair also,
as there are many Cairo people who are
anxious to attend the lair.
Members of Hibernian l'ire Co., No. -I
are hereby notified to attend a meeting ol
the 11. V. C. No. 1, to be held at their
hall this evening, Saturday, Sept. S, 1-S77,
lor the purpose of electing otllccrs for
the eiisiiiig year. 1. O'J.ot oiii.i.v,
(irenit S oiirt September Term.
Uii Wednesday the grand j n ry return
ed the following indictments :
John Ferguson, burglary; John G.
Bates, selling liquor without license;
John Ferguson, larceny: Joim Dingwall,
burglary and larceny, 2 Indictments;
Henry Murphy and Alice Murphy, lar
ceny; James Iveliey, larceny; Archie
Kublnson, larceny; William Jones,
James Johnson, James Hcrin and Henry
Wilson, robbery; Lester J-. Hale, larceny;
George Bobinson, burglary and larceny;
Jacob Juden, larceny.
On Thursday the grand jury returned
the following indictments :
Harry Bowland, for obtaining money
under false pretense; Ben. I'. D.inean,
displaying deadly weapons; Win. M.
Athcrton, James Fitzgerald, Alexan
der Ireland, Hcury Wcimyer and Benj.
F. Curtis, selling liquor without license.
On yesterday they returned about liltecn
indictments, among which was the in
dictment against ' Juinlai), lor shooting the
negro Ligin, but as the majority of the
pirlics had not been arrested the court
would not allow the names ol the parties
be published. The time of the court
on yesterday was occupied by Mr. Judd,
who is making hi3 closing speech In the
Union county bond case. lie will prob
ably speak until this evening.
Judge Baker will not render n decision
until he has time to examine all ot the
numerous authorities cited by counsel
on both sides.
FRESH SADDLE ROCK OYSTERS
Letter l ist .
The following are the letters remain
ing uncalled for at the posiollle at 'airo,
Illinois, Saturday, September 8th, ls77.
Burns, Malinda; Caffncy, Arabella;
Hcartt, Jessie; Neathauicr, Francos;
Shaw, Martha; Zoney, Cornelia.
Acorns John; Allrcy, Scolt; Bum
chard, A. M.; Ilothwcll, C. C; Bradley,
Chan.; Burden, John S.; Burton, ,Matt;
Burkett, W, II.; Coleman & Johnson;
didders, Allrcd; Coshel, Eugo'ie; Cook,
J. 1'.; Coyle, 0. J.; Donnohue, K. t'.;
Elliott, J. V.; Ferguson, John; Tauter,
Chiis.; C-ates, Palmer; ilolley. C. L.;
llenck, Ellcry L.; Hubbard, L.; Holmes,
Dick; K'elley, Christ; Norman, A.;
Noble, F.; Kogcrs, IS. P.; Kas, F.; Bit
ter, E. A.; Scott, II. J.; Stringfellow, F.
1 1.; Shanler, Geo.; Slack, Dick IL; Sliel
ton, Peter; Tuylor, Geo.; Thompson,
Isaac; Thompson, J. T; Wllhelm, Bcu.;
Well, Edward; Wood, Frank; Wiseman,
G.B.; Wyutorc.'M. A.; Zimmcr, Chas.
Persons calling for any of the above
letters will please say "Advertised."
Gfo. W. McKeaio, P. M.
I'nliialil Co ii nly Jfw,
(Kiointln Pulaski Patrbt)
A. J. Dougherty, manager c! tho
Mound City stave company, made a con
tract ulu ol a halt million slaves lust
Saturday, i he capacity of the factory Is
thrco million per annum, and tliey
expect to run thu whole year, Their
contracts now amount to 2J million,
commencing Aug. 1st, 1877.
A littie son, sonic ten years of inje,
ot Mr. S. V. Hall ot Grand Chain pre
elnct, died very suddenly last Friday.
He had a light chill Thursday, and was
about on Frldav with tin Indications ot
serious Illness. He went to the water-
pall ami got a drink, was Immediately
taken wor-e, and in half an hour was a
The board of county commissioner
have taken the animal by the horna on
the salary question und made such re
ductions as seemed to them just and
proper. Tho salary of the county judge
was reduced from $1,21X1 to $700; the sal
ary ot the county clerk, Including clerk
hire, from $'J,500 to $1,100. These
changes are healthy, and will be satis
factory to the people.
The present season has established
the fact lo many hitherto doubting
larmers in this county that w heat Is one
of our prolltable crops, and just as nat
ural to our soil and climate as lino fruit;
that wlih proper seed well drilled in
ground properly prepared, a failure or
uiiproiltable crop is scarcely known.
Consequently our wheat area will be
greatly increased this fall.
The recent order ol the city council
that a levy ol $3,000 for general revenue
and $1,000 for levee purposes be made
for 177. set the indignation pot a boil
ing miiiling lircly, but we learn from
Mayor I-'riganza that tho order was made
in general terms to cover tho law. The'
actual levy will be 1 per cent, for city
purposes and.! percent, lor the levee.
This sounds better.
The ho-ird of county commissioners
ordered the following tax levy:
-.lad and court expenses. $.'1,000.
'Pauper expenses, $l,SO0.
Stationarv. ttiid.ete.. tildO.
! Iiiteriwr mi Irii-nl hnrwlu. set. .".00.
t To pav warrants issued previous to
Additional tax to be voted for by the
I load and bridife nuri'o-es. $1,500.
IFor general county purposes for pres
ent uscai year ami :o pay oruers anu
jury certificates, $12,000.
The amounts marked with a ' to be
cish; those with a t to bp paid with cou
pons, orders or jury certificates.
t iiir.i II illia-Call nud Try lUein,
Having discharged Dr. Lower ai.d
renovated my bath rooms, w ith the addi
tion of a new receiver alter the latest
and most convenient style, I bball take
great pleasure in giving baths either
medicated or otherwise, to all who may
call on me.
Im Dtt. D. Ann it.
Is so 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,
Ac In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural implements are manti
l.atured, the grinder protects his lungs
lrom the injurious cllccts of the dust
flying oh the grindstone by wearing a
respirator. The coal miner ere he de
scends tlie shalt provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard ngaiust fire-damp.
Now It is equally necessary lor those
who are brought in contact with any ot
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, tho home stomach bitters.
Tlie t.iirojM'.'iu If otel-Df Unction In
Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
the European Hotel, being well aware
ot the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to all who may wish regular board
to sixteen dollcrs per month or four dol
lars per week, tor day board. In con
nection with the European Hotel Is a
first class restaurant, where oysters,
game and all other delicacies will be
served nt all hours during day or night.
The James Howard is due for New
The Utile Memphis is tho packet lor
Memphis this evening.
The C. W. Anderson will be litre this
evening for Evansvillc, on time.
Dumout of Cincinnati, Is making a
new doctor lor the Laura L. Davis.
The Ruth comes oft' the Mound City
ways this evening or Monday morning.
Billy Blinker is first clerk on tho Capi
tol City, Vice Mr. Ceo. Dietrick re
The Bapidau was aground twelve
hours at Shawnctown, and seven hours
Jim Fisk brought a good trip from
Paducah, and will be here this evening
again on time,
The Capitol City, out last evening
from St, Louis had a fair trip, and took
some freight here.
The raft boat Mattie Mahler, sunk
above Le Claire night before last, and
will prove a total loss. No lives lost.
There have been heavy rains along the
Kanawaha, New river and upper Ohio,
and some watci is expected In the rivers.
The Cons Millar, Capt. Tichnor, is
booked to leave Cincinnati to-day for
Memphis; and the Cotton Valley lor this
port and return.
Mr. Clay Buiiyou, whart master at
Golconda, and Pilot Clem Neatlinca are
quite sick with malarial fever. Mr.
Bunyon is dangerously ill.
We are sorry to learn that Dick Wes
ton Is cou tlncil to his bed by sickness
of a severe type at Paducah. Tho HL'k
ory has a tow ot staves lor St; Louis.
An unsuccessful attempt was made to
launch tho Magglo Harper at Madison
on tho nth. Tho lower part of
tho ways sunk down in tho mud,
and tho vessel slipped on them.
. Lumber for tho new inclino ;is being
deposited on tho Kentucky shore oppo
site Kighth street. Tho foot- of the In
clino will be opposite tho foot of Sixth
street, and it will extend 2000 lect np tho
i The Silverthorno night beloro last
brought IM bbls. flour, 50 bales hay, 132
package! furniture, "1 sfteki bran and a
lot ol'BUudiiet. When she passed Smith
laud, Mr. John Watts, who has suffered
a long lime with coHsumpiion, was not
expected to llvo but a tew hours.
PiTTsiii'Hci, Pa., September C Tho
Mononguhela Is about stationary, with
IS Inches of water In the channel. A
drizzling ruin has been falling all the
attcrnoon. Tho weather is cool. There
is no improvement In business. The
National Board of Steam Navigation
adjourned tills afternoon, to meet in
Cincinnati next year. Very little bosl-
nena r.f fmnnrrnnpn wtia trnnsnrdori TIia
delegates w ill indulge in an excursion
on iiiu river iu-niorrow.
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 uaiform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Olllceon wlurf boat, foot of Sixth street
onice 01 llalliiluy Drijtuera, opiiosite" St.
tiryptiun .Mills, Twentieth street.
Coul Dump, foot of Ihirty-eiguth street, or
1'on Ollke drawer J"o.
alfcAJl HO VIM.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings..
The eliitant eldo-wiieel teami r
Vaxtir n. Pkimingtos-...m..... Master
.'HAiiLKs Pa.isriNoTOH Clark
t Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
o'clock n, in.
The fleet steamer
lias IIowaud Master
bo. ItiouA clerk
Leaves Cairo every SATURDAY.
Kach boat makes close connections at Cairo
with flrst-claa steamers for tit. l.ouiit, Mem
phis anil .New Orleans, and at Evansville with
lha K. It C. K. H forallpolntaNorUauu Hast,
and with the Iiuiaville Mail Steamer fo ball
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
HtlpU on freight anil passengers to all poLntt
For mther Information apply to
J A Mb:-) M'iGS, Passenger Agent.
Or to U. J. GKAMMEK,
Superintendent and Ganerul Freight Agent,
lo-a-aMv. Kransvula Indiana.
The Steam Ferryboat
ii i.i uq .ull ii-guiiwij, ivn.iug v. i ttu-
field's lumlinir at 7, and 11 o'clock a.m.;
1 :t!0, S:aj and "iO o'clock p.m. during each
(Uttt I.a Mm .n(Viil,...lr dbnn l,.fln.
On Sunday she will leave the landing at
and 10 o clock a.m. and at li ui., and at
3 AFFORD MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
1 City National Bank Building, np-itairi.
rhe Oldaat Established Agency In floutij
ern Illinois, repreaanttn- ova
t65 OOO 000
(W Hil; Coinfflerclal Gigs
St. Louis, Mo.
rHOS. A. BICE, A.M. I. L.B..
IAS. RICE, A. M., V rrlncljis's
I, II. J1UKWUUV,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP. $81 CO
OST Complete. Thorough anil rraettca
couri) of Muilv In the, L'niteii States a
eotirse Inilisw'nsible to every youug nian em
barking pb the sea of life.
For 'IlluitraUd Circular,
THOS. A. KICK. A. M., I.. It.,
NO CURE-NO FEE!
Ial I UT Kal Wnblnctoo itnal. Chlcwa, for lb. ran .( all
l,.. i Carotin .ud Siwial Dim, , Krailaal Wcakaeaa.
neevaua Debility. aii4 Ll Maali. pMaiaM.iiy
fund. Dr. O. U a itmluau of lb Rrfuiui School, anil a ua
Miry i bar lb lul panic la IK C.lirt Siaua. I,..
IMKa requiring iNaliiMni wilt aom .nit aoara,ll arwrli.
Kvirrf roavonLtir for pat!.. at)4 lift? Una lor Ma K
Kl AUK tll'IIIKt Ci m, Itlaavunt. MARKIKD
LA1MK.B Md pnUMi'a m4 fifty C.ufr Aaln! rRua
iw. iI.nnU .n.1 Cle-ular fl minunl Inlormatwa by inaa, Coa
uluikia tm aad ao.aj.aUal, bull final Vtllt, l a Boa
Nebraska Citv Ho. 2
HEW AD? CBTIAXXUTar
fif .tfW T'i octave. fine UObEWllOD (Si 14
HAMWb) oer ii mouths) only I9U; nalfW)
' "Nw pianos at wholesale. Ureal bartaiaa
Spin Mf Nearly new, i0;iiojl44itovaa,
Utttfflrt i (I stop. a.V; T step,, bii; v iiopa A I 4
-inn 53 to 75, Kara Ofrponanikfr,
New uaxaru at wholesale Be war iruitallaiia
Heat offer ever made, HEAD 8nt si lay II
days' test trial Money refunded and frtiglrt faal
both way. if iinsaUibctory Kit IhM AOJCilia
WANTED DiicouarsM Teachen. Hlaialara t
Addren DANIEL K BEATIir, WaaalafMa
QiflR S we ln yova ow torn. Ttrau aid
pOO $5 outfit rraau H. a ALLKT W.. Fort
XfriTlic-no . . . . ...
-viinn.innu rnjSE iixir Oarlia( wun
Uriutii) purgatives incur a learfnl roooaailHlliy Ta
., ,,us,m, yci enecuve laxatift, aiteraim,
..'M.Mwua ujcrauua i a avrrwai aaiia
A perleat peculiarly adapts it la tat Aitardan
$5 to $20nC?.?.
JACKSON'S BEST j
SWEET NAVY CHEWING
wa. awarded the ffrtt premium at Canteaalal Bxy
Jitien for fine chewing qualitit. the xctllMaa4
lasting character of iutweeteaingaad (avarinc If
you want ihe bet tobacco aver made ask your (roeet
forth ii, and lee that each plug bean our blue twig,
trade mark with the word. Jackson's beat on lu
Sold wholesale by all iobbera Mend for uaula t
A JACK: ON CO, Uanulacturen, Ftttnaurf ,
Va , . ,;. ... .
A r Extra, Tint Mix ad Card a, wttk aaaaa
alW IO ota., post paid. I JON8A at CO.,
Nas.au, N. Y. f ,,.
vjl'j a day at home. Agents wanted. Outt
QLZ and terms free. TBUi A CO., Ajifutt.
of.iilarted Wentfra Union OSces. Mala tajkt-
grauh wires in school, f'romoiiaaearratn. A A.
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Vall Papr, wtAmr Olaja. Wla
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Co uer Slav en th Street asd Wakla
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