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ilJiO BUSINESS HOUSES.
isli-. Any business llrm fun have three linn
(', lu ttiln minimi under appropriate htudiiiK
iihviair hi ai.rai rr Uionlhr Uwr)ar
ayaliK- quuiti -i I y ill advauc.
llnnlmnrr, M.- nd Tin Wre,
tin i i v ii..ir in ii,,vi- .'fin end Haul-
Aale. Oaideii and lamier-' lni.eiiieiitii, Wire
.Mill, Ili-lrlKllHt"!-, ruill.H awl IMI I'HTH.
1 1 Commercial Attune. liWUi iiiik'i mi l .lull
h m Uone cm iir( not l- r.
I . . Mr i A II K V-1 icJtrr in hard and milt I inn
r, lloonuif, .cliior, hI'Iiiik and anrfuwd
e, Hilar, lath and rlnii'lin mllie urnl yard
urner 1 weiitu-ih uliii't un'l NVum til ton vi-iiiif
I.A.NCAS'IKU & Ul(.fc--Dealers in Mi-aS,
lours, blind, etc., haul and null luinla-r and
liinxles. ui'l ami ultiie. Commercial uvtnue,
urner 17th alien.
i. II AltT.M AN -Nul'r in yucuiawurr, Toys.
imiii. and nil kinds Inii'') urli. "j. I niiiiiwr-
'. avenue, cnriierMli at'ei-l.
WILLIAM WIM'KIt "Jixlli atrctt Uiwkii
kii.iik rcia kv-iiui- sud S uMliiiiKt'Jii avrnue.
lutliiiiir null Slrrrlnaiil lallurinif .
.IOIIS ANT HIM -Merchant Tailor end 'V-l.-r
111 llcuilV Made Clulliilijr.. 7: lll,,i la'.ce.
Heal I lime Anemic
M.J. HOWLhV-IU-I Knti.tc Ajciut. Iluys
i.d lella real e-lale, c,.ltcLi train, imj lax..
H. l noll-lcal.ienlH.cU;. Commercial u(elllc, l
1 w een Ninth and T-iilli atrccla.
l oiuuilMinu 1 r Iimil".
H1N KI.K TIII.HTI.KWOOD-
olton and TVilsireo I aciur and j-rcr-iil.i
luri III' the fanner' ioliacro V melii.tc-e.
I'. A U7 Coiiuiiiiicr' ial Avenue.
I, denc-al foi Kuril ill ir ami C'oiiuiii'ioii
lurrrriant, lur lhe mile of Imioii ilui.l.u, '1'
hunt ami Pany rroMiioc. -niiim la-vce.
p A. WIII.EI.U( K A. 1 .'.
fi l.eueral horwardiiiK awl I iiiinniMiiun
merchants, and 'I rains in ml kinds ' I J run uad
('paince. iii ill, io J4'vre. ConsiKiimiiita '.ulie
iei . fco-ncila InrnMied 011 application .
t f. Uunkei a Hitler 1luiol Iron.
'1 hit truly vslueble fault, kit been to thor
oughly i-fed hy all i:lm-e f roiHiiiinnty
mat it in Dow 'leemul lii'liSnoulile u t .nir
llinlii'llic. It etieU lillt ilnle, ilirili Hie
i.lo.lml mat toD': tn tin1 tiloiiuf'li, n-iKimtm
tun nvnttsu tud iroloii- lifn KnTj'Hily
- li'iiilil huve it,
r Hie rurB' f Wirnk Momtrhii, itnfrul l)e
liilur, Inilitri'tion, liiea' of the J-tmnai h
U'I fur all raiM-H Tf iuruit!a tonnu
I bin wine iiiclo'lm Hie miwt arr'iiMe ami
eltirutit talt itl lin we iiieii--Lltri'e 01
iiiairm tic oii'le dliiliineil ith the mnt ener-
"ic ol all Tet;i"aule liinr. -Iclinw rrnivmn
lo Toll want H'.n.elliil)ir to flier. (-then Ji.u ;
Ho vnu want a HA ai tite ''
lii un want in Ret rel uf iiirviuinii ;
lo you wuiit entriry :
I'o you want to !-:( well .'
I), 1 you wuiit to I'UII'I ii ) 0 " i" (Olitlitntiob -
lio you waul to feel well
lio you want a tn-k au'l Tli'or 1 f rftnv '
If yon'o.try kL.NKKI.'S HI II hit WINK
I btily aak a trial Of thin t'rnt iiieili. im-'
llewarcof rjjuulerl. iH, ai Ituukei'a liiller
NS men. Iron ia tlie only ium-aii'l rffi'tual
1 1 iii..iv in ilietr.owTi woil'l lortlie rii.nr.i-,.1
me ol LiyKpi au'l I K-lnlUy ,au'l at ilieic are
u of iin.uii.iiia oilrml to ilia l u'iiie,
1 wiiiii. 1 cauli. in tne community to puri'lie
iione but Uie i' iiiiine arm ie, inanula. ture l l.y
t. ku.i-l, -11I l,'iUi( Im tamp 011 lh: e ia
ol evu 1 buttle. I iie very lai t tliat (libera are
iryiiiK to imitate thu valuable iiie.lie.iiii-, i.ruvra
Ma wortli aii'l i-lieua viiiiiinea ill 1 1 I1V1 r. Iiet
ll.i-XtliliMii-. K. I . Klllikel'a.
.-'i. only .n ki Uitt.i- uM by Un.iii'ta
jn I ilealen every where. K. I', himne!, I'ro
iiiiat'.r, tr North Niiitli atreei, rtiiiaililibia,
tai'j: wokm kkmovki) alive.
Ila l aii'l all con jiiete in two l our!.. No
! till btail iaaMi. ."Hi, I 'in aii'l M.,n,a.li
itunii lemove-l by i r. hmiKel, a Nonh
inlb ill" t. I'luU'l' l(,bu, l', ell.l lor nr
Hilar n r ana you iliuxi-t lor a Little 1,1 ir.
Uui ad'a V mm iyrui. Il hmvi l.tilc. rni l
Fa.kaea 11 1 Heal ami onifiirt fit
I Ireil Women.
Mi'. Henry War.l Ik-tcber, wlioe liruue.
bol.l kno'.i'ilK &D'l P' rle't lioueaty no
i.ne jir.-.iiuiea in dmibt, roeoiuiueuitainMiaw
i.n peri lu ne Wailimi', tlio uew u tj tit tit
tor o:t". Mm aya aim l pleai-d with II.
Il ia a creal ;iver ol liiuu an. I labor, aid
. an 1,0 more iiijiiro i lo!lini( than eotnliion
u arm water. Mm. Bee. lier ia Ji-lit.
W'a-hine liaa inanyr jrrpt ailv iutii'i a out
aoap. Hwalii tP otic-tlnr.l of the time.
It aluio-t cntiroly tlyeaartay with rulihlnz.
Waliea .n we'l iu liar. I ftaU-r a aolt. It t
(be only :iriid known that will jireveti
Hookna trotn ".brlnkinjr. other artlelea aa
i-t -ouiewl.at in waj-lilbt;, i.ut they Injure
t!ie l lollit-a. WaelilUf positively will Cot
1 hee are coine ol the itialitin whleu
have niiide Wa'hini; ao popubr anions tlin
intelliirent iMtuvkeejieia ot America. All
who are hot uaioi; Wasbine will Dot regret
Il il they take aperlal pain- to tirorure ab'l
ive it a trial, i'xii C. ' and l) cLti. Sol, I
l,y all vtwxt.
Iiii relief U om yoiinu luen 1 r
the etT(t of arrorn and abueca itJ
() H i-urlv lite. MankuiaJ Itcator!'!. Im- Q
UJ O l"llienta to marriatre removed,
-J a ShW nielh'nl of treatiin nt. Sun
CJ 5 and rnnuiliulile remtdiea. llooKi y.
ats5 and rireiilara ntnt free In -.eale.! U
p "2 rnvelr.pei. Adderas llowaiin As- g
( P5 iatioK, H i N. Ninth 1'hila
CO ib Ipliiu. I';u An imtltution hnv- j
O g injj a hiilh repuiation lor honor-"
able rowl'.ict a:id profeaiiunal
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
t QUICKEST ROUTE
St. Louis & Chicago
Tbo only Eoad Running Two
Daily TriTjB from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
l 'Hi p.tn. Kat Kxpreas, arriving In ft.
Louts S:.'sl p. m.; t. hleai;o, 7:'KI, a
120 p.m, CINCINNATI &LOUIS
viLLE FAST LINK
Arrivinpln Clnolnniitl H;H0, a.m.; Louis
villi', H:'2ft, n.m.t lndlsnapolis, 4:15 a.m.;
l'usseugers hy this train urrlve at above
points 1 1 m
OF ANY OTHER BOUTE.
i :;n"r. ru. Kast Mail with dleenors uilach
' t., ' for ST. LOl'H and CUICAhO,
uiriving In St. Loula at 0:110 a.m. Chi
cairo at 4.:t( p.m. CoiinectiiiK at Odin
or Kilinffhatn lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
rt.H'eDKerit ''' tllll, lln(, K tnrouK"
the Kant w ithout any delay caused hy
rirt HAtllKOAY AKTKUNOON TRAIN
'ItOM CAIKO AHKIVKS IN NKW
VUKK MONDAY MOKISINO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
(K ANY OTUKIt HOl'TK.
rdvrtiHmoriU of eoiiipetiiiK Une that
t hey make better time than thin one, at e
are Untied either through Ignorance or a
desire to mislead the public.
ror through ticket ami information,
(Plily at Illinois Central It. B. Depot, Cairo.
TRAINS AIUIIVI AT CIU
tail 1.4. a.m.
Ueii'l Southurn Agt
H. Jon, Ticket Agt.
K. 31. k.t .
Tbr knluM. n Ilia abota urler lueel
at Ibeir hall the llrtl ami llunl Mon-lar
11 .k li iiionlb. tuiniiivreiiil avenue, '.il iluoi
auulli ol Klh atrerl, ui n 11 111.
.Ioiim li. Il,ii i ., li. 1,. M.
AHCALON IXjDUK, Kli. fit .
Kni((lila of Pythian, meet every Kri
luy niiiht at half-aial aevvn, in (i.bl
Kdlowa' Hull. llowa,
1 lian. ellui ( .jiiiinali'li r.
,, , AI.HX ANHKk I.IIIKiK, Hit. Hi.
SZ. ""V. ln.le(iMlrnt trr-U r of tabl-Kel-YK.
. loHd. inivta every iliurwlay nilil
'"Wiw tf at half aaiaetii, in their hall on
illiliii r.'lal avriiue, between Math anj Meveuih
:rnU W11.1. k. Il .i", N. U.
' 1 A llti I LNfJAMI'MKNT, I O K .meeU
ui Oilil-ITeiluwa' Hall on llei Drat ami lbill
1 111 iwliiy 111 every iiionlb, at hatf-tatal aatv.-n
A. OiMiNua, C I'
M t AlltDl.OI)
7IX ,.ni. Hull,
' 4 am I Koilith
fAIK'fl.UlXiK, NO.'r7,A.r. AA. il.
ular romli.uiiliatiura in Ma
oirner Ciiiiinen ial avenue
1 u li t li atriet, on Hie ai.in l an.I
'ouilli Moti'lav ol eui h iiioulh.
HAIrM O' IV Kl INI.
I All hllla for ailfertiniiK, are lne ami pay
able in auvami a
'I raiialrnt ailvcrtiaiiiK W ill I luw ft. ! at th
rata uf II "I ier mjuare lor thu Uiat in' r I ion
au'l li" eenta tor e.:li aiihaetpieat one A lilwral
illMuiunt will he uuwle on atauilliiK aiel liapl
ror insert i nr Funeral i.otn l "1 Notiieol
iiiMitluK ofaiK'liliia or wi.n.l often w uta lor
an il insertion
t'hnreh, Society, Feativa! ami Su,r notnea
will only tw ina. rlf.1 ay a'lvcrtiaeiiirnla
.Vvalvertineiuil.t will be reMMVul atleaa than
'"unta, ami no anvirtibeiiw iit will tie inaertnl
ffr lea than three dollars r month
1.11(41, Itl hlNIIKa MlfK 11
Of tun! Miliar; (H lincii apai'i'j r luore, in
wrtinl in thu Hfi.i.KiiN as lollown : (l,.'.-
tliUll one r.jii irn rdilliti.'d M il ,-ijiiiire.)
On': l(i.-irrtliii pi rfojmri' t TM
TWO itlfMTtloll JK.T a(il.ir(: 7")
'J lin-ciiiffi rtiniH x-r iKjuare 1 Mi
Six liiMTtloim per square 1 7ii
Two iki per li'iuari! 'I 00
On! moritli per siiuurc- : 50
hpiitial rates tnadi: on lare; advertise
ments or lor loiifiT time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Own.;.' to the pre'iiit laid time and
l areitj ol money, 1 will, altei thi date,
Kelt Itrehil nt :fOe. per ilo'eu, or ti
I oHVea lur Tt Ceula
AIo Cuke-. I'ii , c te , at pn.poi tiiiHc Ij
low pri. ea.
Theae jornia :iri (.1 the vers hi--I in the
city, and will leeoililliebd tin lu-tl .i aa
ti'tirbr- 'iota ahrout v.il receive
I'rop'r Ciiion Bakery,
i .hi. ii. i reiki Ave., bet. 4th aciHtb M-.
I aim, Amu-I ' 1-77
View of Marriage !
A Guide to Wrd.oc-X u.t
'Jiibiicur tl Jm: Ota i,
lut.-i ol mam ,? tnJ im
it'iwrtlriiT tiiil'ittir it il.tt'
t.r Ditt-nart cf Womro.
n Ml. t.g Mnmit$t ytu;
t UA rni VA I L MtDICL ADVIbtn!
nt) ! u.a-.r'lrfioi t Pr vt S faturo r. n li m 8if
Abufc. EireMri, or Barrfft ti MJaUM-t, Ur Ut
A CLINICAL LECTURE o A tn-l
lh- ot t- Throatfefaii Luuift, OavUixrb.Huplurt, Ui
Upium Hobtl.fcr .itnf Kfi.ii.
J iMiT U'it nt KtfMHf '.h r 'iTt of prlr - or i" tNrwi,
t-.'.n-.r i.? Vi '.a i'VI',i n i.;iitlrarr1, f :, cti,
N i:iNi:si).VV, September 1J, 1-577.
I or Kent.
I-urni-lir.l rooiu at So. .V), Nintl.,
between Walnut and Cedar streets.
.Mh. 11. .1. Ci vim :.
Sept. .lv77. lw.
For lieu I.
Tin: S.indii.-ky'' cottajjf! on Tliir
ti -enth street; hrick ilwelliii"; on Waih-
intoli avetiue, Oi)oite post oflice; No-.
7 utid hi id Winter's row; rooms in
Winter's Mock, and other ileirable res
idences and btiiliifa liou-ea in various
parts-ol' the city. M..I. 11ovi.i:y,
Ileal K-tatc A'"-nt.
lVr-oiis lioltllii"; new levee ei rtit'e-.itcs
aio reijiieted to call at my olli.-t; lur the
purpo-e of having them taken up.
II, r. I'Aithi.it, ity Trcit-nn r.
( AIK'), Sept. K, 177. l
Iiitr.i ltilhH- iill mill Try I hem.
Having ilisciiarged lr. Lower and
renovated my bath rooms, with the addi
tion of a new receiver alter the latest
and mot convenient style, I shall take
great pleasure in (riving baths either
medicated or otherwise, to .ill who may
call on tne.
I'ii Im. I. Ann it.
Kd. Ilraxton lias returned to his old
stand in the I.VUcr building, where lie Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date Ins patrons and the public, who
may favor him with a rail. Ho has gone
to considerable expense In lining up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
hu has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences, lie em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in stylo and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
Worth IIh Wi Ulil lu Gold.
Undoubtedly the greatest modern lls
covery in medicine Is fhiCostu's Kadi
cal Cure tor dycpepsla, sick headache,
sour stomach, costivenesg, biliousness,
loss of appetite, dtetress after eating, and
all disorders caused hy Indigestion or a
deranged liver. Its results are astonish
ing, and sure relief is guaranteed In
every case where it U faithlully used. It
tone up tlio stomach, regulates the
liver, restores the natural appetite,
strengthens tlio delicate and expels all
morbid humors trom tlio system. Ty
phoid uml bilous fever might, in almost
every case, bo prevented by Its timely
use. Trial si.e 23 cents. A very few
doses will relicvn, and a llttlo persever
ance cttru you. Sold by itiirclay Jlros.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Plea--ant
Worm Syrup, which Is ntiro death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physic. Price 23 cents. Try It.
(;eiirr.il It mil.
Mr. 'olcni;in, ol li.ilu.inirj;, l u
giicet at the St. Charles.
I. K. .1. ltrlup, of Jackson. Teiitifssep
U rei itt'teil at the St. C'hui leu hotel.
Mr. Farley, of the firm ot l-'Mier &
Farley, I'mlucali, was In Cairo yestt r
lion, James lloolittle, td' Coluiil-ln-,
Ohio, li registered at tliO .St.
-If a man t ilks anylliiiiif hut Wave
lull in ( liatlc-tou, Mo., lie is in ilar.jfer
ol fi.-iiiii lynched.
1 he (lino river is so low that tlie.lilU
I hk can hardly get over the ro.ks at
il.lli'l ( llhill u tlllillt stieklii.
--N'i'ik lii-M.rc has iiit in the la4
week in puliiii a railiii"; on tup ol the
leiicc around M. Mary's .ark.
Mayor Winter w in St. Louis, attelid
in the epo iiimi. What is to become
of liN rc:tt picnic, is the fjnestioti,
.liiHllce Ciiniiingliain, has '"eliook
Iioiitiii'' and i-i now Ir.ivcliiift in Ken
tin ky with li.'in (lice's hor3e show.
--The 'l'i ot li afreet pump is still out of
finlcr, and it Is with considerable tlilll
cully that water can be iotout of it.
- Fuuiiiiic our liurneiisi! stock of
t.'iple dry i'i .oil j. jiiht rcTc-ived.
'it O. IIaV TlloiiS A Co.
The .lomslioro fair is in full M'i't
to-day, and a bi iicleiraiion will go up
this nioriiinj.' by the narrow r;i il-
'i'he Kxcfl.-ior .Social and Literary
aocii-ty is lalkinx of a party to take pla'.-e
at the St. Charles hotel one week trom
If iheie'ii niiVbody in Cairo who
wantH to die nf ht ipiiek, let that person
tell us llicre'H been a man killed at the
--Conductor 'J om Condon, ol the St.
Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern rail
road, will move his family to this city
Tamils atel guardian? will do well
to examine our stock ol children's ready
made -hoes ju-t received.
O. II a vinous' A. Co.
Mijor llinl.ie, of the Fanners' To
iiacci, watehou-e, is ill Kentucky tuning
a look at the tobaceo crops, ' apt. Thi-tle
wood, of the eatne linn, will 'o to Mis
souii to-day lor the same purpose.
.John Hamilton was up ln-lore -I u ti;
Lir l yesterday, having bii-n drunk, lie
was lined lour ilollurs and costs, and
jfivcfi time to ,'et out ol town, wh'e-li he
promised to do rather than 'o to jail.
2-T'tie j'Tt -i nt term of the elrcttit eoui t
will not t xtend beyond the last day ot
September, 'i he regular term fd the
Tulaki county circuit court will com.
iiience on tin; !ir-t Monday in October.
li'i-iucsij about the Farmers' T
baeco warehouse is very quiet just now.
Tlit ea&u has about elos d, and tobacco
raisers are hard at work cuttms the
new erop. which i- said to hi; c-xoi-ed
1 lie meeting' of the eilv council last
ui" lit was an exceedingly tame one. The
liu.siiuss wan di-posed of with considera
ble alacraty, and evervthinj was as se-
renf! as could be desired. Alderman llal
W e have just received a complete
htoek of Mie' and Children'ii pebblc
'oat, side lace, front lace, and button
shoes of all kinds, which we olfer to the
trade at i! per cent lower than ever
before. "it O. Haythdrx & Co.
Mr. Henry Siouton Monday evening
resigned his position as health officer ot
this city, and will go to work superin
tending the building of Alderman Tom
llalliday'.s new house, the erection of
which was begun on Monday.
:W eases boots and shoes ju-t
opened by o. llaythorn it Co., are for
ale, wholesale and retail. Wn compete
suceecsfuiiy v ph any house in the west.
K .IIavtiioks" A Co.,
fit 101 Coinniercial Aveliuo.
1 iji-tor. arts to guard human life and
bring relii I to the sick. So does Ir.
lull's Iliiby Syrup; lteonlains nothing
Injurious and is always reliable. To lie
bad at all di-tig stores in our city. Trice
Hilly (ioodall, who was sent to.jail
with Whitehead and Charley Scott lor
practicing a confidence- game on a man
named Grace, Iroui Kentucky, was set
tree by Judge Baker on Monday, after
being locked up in the county j.Vd for
Wanted Hy every one who lias an
intelligent conception of its value-health.
Health depends upon the possession of
pure blood; and pure blood is the sure
possession of those who use Dr. Bull's
Blood Mixture, acknowledged as a supe
rior blood purifier.
We yesterday "clapped'' our eyes on
a St. Charles bill ol lare, printed by
Walker & Tyatt, lessees of the Bi i.i.ktin'
lol) Printing Establishment. It Is as
neat a piece of work of the kind as will
bo found la any city, and gives evidence
of the good things Egnew spreads be
fore his boarders. Mr. Kguew hxs made
the St. Charles one ol the most popul ar
hotels in the country.
Yesterday afternoon about two
o'clock, Harry O'Brien was standing on
the sidewalk on the east side ot Wash
ington avenue, between Klcvcnth and
Twellth street, reading a newspaper,
and observing seyernl ladies approach
ing, stepped back against tlio railing of
tho wulk, when the railing gave way,
precipitating him to thu ground, a
distance of about live feet, breaking both
bones of his left writ, and bruising him
up badly otherwise. The occurrence is a
very unfortunate one, and will no doubt
serve to convince our city authorities
that R llttlo moro care should bo taken
with the sidewalks of the city.
-Is it tine that our Ur n-i-jtiation,
which lor a very little while M-mud o
determined to give us an annual rxinbi
tiou, and l.nrly niadu our people jump
lump lor joy, Is bulled, im l U so soon a
thing ol the past? We have bun told
so, but sincerely hope tlio report is not
aptaiiiS. II. Tarrisot, of ickshurg,
Mi-ii., a gentleman deeply iiitcre-tcd hi
fiteamboating, and proprietor ol the Par
risotllneol boats, isinthecity. lie is here
awaiting the arrival of one of his numer
ous steamers, which ho will put on I he
docks here lor repairs.
Will Slrri-t Superintendent Tim
Gormaiftake a look at the MdewalK near
the corner of Fourteenth street and
Washington avenue? H lie will do so,
he will find the walk hi a bad and dan
gerous condition, and the inhabitants ol
the neighborhood want it repaired.
When will General Simpson and hi
force rt siuiie work on the river at this
point, i a question atked u hundred
times a day in this city. It is generally
understood that work will be resinned a
soon as the water In the river gets low
enough to permit the woik to Ie: curried
.loe BluckUone, of Churle-ton, Mo.,
was lu Cairo yesterday, and made a con
tract with II. F. Blake to end a man to
Charleston w ho is to paint, paper Mid
ornament. Joe's .saloon and restaurant in
the latest and best style, .loe Is making
big preparations lor tie: coming fair,
which he tells us v.iil he the higgist
thing ever seen in Mi-i-ippi coun'y.
On Saturday la-t little Harry Stout,
sou of Mr. Henry Stout, had a very t ar
row escape (rota being ground to pieces
while at work In the box factory, lie
wasVatight by a belt hnd h id every
stitch of clothing torn from his person,
and wa badly brui-ed up, but is now able
to move about his home, though very
weak and sore.
1 '.vo prison, is confined in the Jack
son county jail at M urphv-boro, lor
murder, broKe out of that in-titution
yesterday morning and i.nde iluir
escape. Telegrams were received in
this city ye-terday from the authorities of
Jar k-on county, -II- r;ng two thou-an l
dollar reward lor the capture ot bolli ol
the men, or one thousand dollars for the
capture of either one of thetu.
Speaking of the marriage ot Mr. II.
c. McGrudcr, ot Charleston, Mo., and
Mi-s Belle Winter, of this city, the
Charleston C.w, says: "On last Tii"s-
d. iy evening our young fiiciid II. lay
Mi firudcr, wltli scvi r.il Irleiids left for
Cairo. Tin; caue of this general turn
out ot Clay's friends was his marriage
with Miss Belle Winter, daughter oi l
Mayor Winter, ol Cairo, Illinois. The
ceremony was performed at li o'clock
in., in the presence ot a large concourse
! ol Iricnds. The happy couple arrived
at home on the 3 p.m. train and repaired
at once to the residence ot Mr. l-:aac
llisey, where a magnificent and cordial
reception w as tended them by the rela
tives and numerous lricnd.s of the groom.
We trust the young couple will be fur
ever blest with the summer sim-hine of
prosperity, an 1 may the "Winter" ol
adveritv never overtake them.'
.Matters in the circuit o ut war
pu-hed along at a lively rate yesterday.
The case of George Dingwall, who was
up on two offences, was first called. The
first charge on which the defendant was
tried was lor stealing a pair ol breeches
from the clothing house of A. Marx, to
which be plead guilty and was sen
tenced to two years in the penitentiary.
He was then airaigued lor the larcny
ol another pair ot pants Iroui the cloth
ing house of J. Lehiiing. To this ofl'.'nse
the prisoner also plead guilty, and re
reivd a sentence ol two years more in
the penitentiary, making in all a term of
four years which he will serve in that
institution. Tlu ease ol the man Fur-
guson, charged with a similar olh-nso
was; next called. Furguson stole
a pfiir of pants lroiu Gold
stine t llosen water. He was given
two years In the penitentiary.
The ease o the four negroes,
Harry Wilson, James Johnson,
James llerin ami William Jones,
was in progress at the adjournment of
court last eveninir. They are eliartred
with having robbed a young man of
three dollars and fifty cents, to secure
which they threatened to carve their vic
tim all up with a razor if he made any
tu.-s. The rase agait.st them is strong,
and States Attorney Mulkey feels happy
over the prospects ol sending them all to
Joliet. George Hobinson, the darkey
who is supposed to liavu burglarized
Mr. Leighton's bouse some lour weeks
ago, was on Monday evening convicted
and sentenced tor tnree years to the pen
itentiary. Td loav Out.
Mis. J. 11. I'hillips, corner of Four
teenth street an 1 Washington avenue,
desiring to closp out her stock of grocer
ies, provisions, etc., oilers special bar
gains in nil goods In lu r line. She also
desires to rent her store room and fix
tures. This is an excellent opportunity
lor an em rgetie man witli a amall capi
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
produce it aro such us cold, irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
&o. Iu large cities where edge tools
and agricultural implements aro tiiiiiui
luctured, the grinder protects bis lungs
trom the injurious cllects of the dust
flying oil the grindstone by wearing u
respirator. The coal miner ero he de
seenils the shatt prjvldes himself with a
safety lamp to guard against fire-damp.
Now It is equally necessary lor those
who aro brought In contact with tiny ol
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against It, the home stomach bitters.
Kraolulloua of Hear-ec t.
At a meeting of the at. Patiiclt s Be
nevolent Society, held at their hall Sep
tember 7th, K7. tho following pream
ble and resolutions wero adopted.
Witi itiiAS, It haj pleased Almighty
God to rcinore trom our midst, by the
unsparing baud of death, our worthy
brother nieinlier Cornelius Brycc:
Won(, That while we bow in sub.
mission to the decree of Divine Provi
dence, our hearts aro veiled in sorrow at.
the loss ot one endeared to us by the
many ties of friendship and affection.
.''iu(W, That by bis death this sOs
rlety sustains the loss ol one ot its most
honorablo and worthy members, wild
humanity a kind and loving Iriciid.
.'vc'ivi, That a copy ot the foregoing
rc-olutioin be entered at largo on the
journal and published In thu Cairo pa
pers. T. OT.oi a. in. in,
Wm. O. Callahan,
Committee on Ilesolutions.
I hut IMaeiiac llreeila IHariia
Is ii notorious fact. It is therefore of vital
importance to check maladies in their
birth, ere they have a chance to develop
other and more dangerous disorders. As
a means ot checking complaints which,
If allowid to proceed, finally disorder
the intire sy-tem, Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters is a medicine tho use of which
cannot be too strongly urged upon the
sick an I teoblc The lunctum? are regu
lated by it, it insures the acquisition of
vigor to the debilitated, and it substitutes
a cheerful condition of mind for gloom
and despondency. Dyspepsia, constipa
tion, liver complaint, and kidney and
bladder trouble-i yield to its remedial in
tluenee; it cotinieiacts a tendency to gout
and rheumatism, and invigorates the
nci'vou-. Moreover, it is derived from
purely bitcii - il s inrces, and in this, as
in ei ry oilier rc-peet, is superior to thn
mineral remedies of the pharmacopeia.
Jiial IteeciVPil anil Arrive I ruin
New Yurlt mid I'lilliulelplim
One hundred and lorty barrels re
fined sugar, l-'-'i bigs of eoll'.
some very choice iold n Bio and olj
government Java. About 13 thous
and pounds nl winter cured clear sides,
several brand j of choice S. C, canvassed
hnius and a strictly pure article ol apple
vinegar for pickling purpose--.
. ;!:. SrKATTov ,t Binn.
llu, I or SI. I.oiiia.
ILLINOIS I r.MC.U. IIAII.HOAI) I.OMI'ANY. I
.111:0, .NiptciiiI'LT s;h, 1 s77. )
During the exposition and lair In St.
Louis 1 Sept. loth to October Otb) we will
sell excursion licki ts at one and one
iifih fare lor round trip, commencing
.-ale ot tickets Sunday night, September
'jM, and continuing until October Cth.
Gen. Southern Agent.
.1. I1..I..M.', Ticket Agent. 'ii
I lie I liropeiiu
Mulel -neil ill-lion
Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
the Kuropean Hotel, being well aware
ol the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to all w ho may wish regular board
to sixteen doliers per month or four dol
lars per week, tor day board, lu con
nection with the r.uropean Hotel Is a
first clas restaurant, where oysters,
game and all other delicacies will bt
served at all hours .luring day or night.
The T. F. Kckert was engaged yester
day pumping the mud and water out of
the barge "Joy'" that sunk below the St.
Charles hotel some tiuio ago.
The John W. Garrett and barges ar
rived Iroui New Orleans night belore
hist and will lay up for the present, as
there is not a trip in sight here nor
water to j-istily her in attempting to go
The Grand 1'owi-r for Vick-burg; .1 lio.
F. Tolle for New Orleans ; Jim Fisk lor
i'.iducah: and C XV. Anderson lor Lvans
ville are due to-day.
The L'. P. Schciick is due from New
Thu Miry Miller night betore last had
all she wanted on tho water and took a
Cincinnati again on Saturday and get
barge Iroui this port. She expects to leave
through the locks at Louisville before
the l lth.
The tug J. '.'. Gibncy left Bull'alo Aug
ust llth with live ealial boats in tow tor
New York, where- she arrived two days
iu advance el horse boat- that lelt Willi
her. At Troy three other boats were
added to the tow, making eight taken
down the river. Altera delay ot three
and a hall days In New York a tow ot
eight boats were taken in charge tor Troy,
trom whence thu boat lelt Friday with
the live lu its tor Builalo. Capt. John
M. I.auglilln, managing owner, who ac
companied the Gibncy to New York,
lelt the tow at Sixteen Locks and r
rived nl home by rail on Sunday morn
ing. The tug receives the same towing
that i- charged hy the horse-towing lines,
viz: 110 cents per mile. This Is something
ot an experimental trip, and It satistac
lorv as to profits the business may be
prosecuted during the balance of the
eason. lliithtlo l-'.rjurss.
The Shreveport TV-n-i of Saturday
says: "We have nothing new to oiler in
relation to the pinging up of Tone s
bayou. The matter is in t Iks hands of
the tedetal government, and said hands
are tied up with red tape. Capt. Horney,
the civil engineer, Is hire; the old
steamer Aid is at her moorings above
Cross bayou; the Florence Is up Cypress
bayou and Ma. Ilenyard is nt -Memphis,
and all tho water lu Bed river below
here Is running out ot Tone's bayou."
This is bad lor Bed river. The great
bulk ol tint water Hows out through this
bayou, and in a year more the bar at th.i
mouth of the river will havo effectually
closed It? navigation If something is not
done. Dredging is recommended, but
this only oilers temporary relief.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
l.ate'uf thirst. th.irl.
RATES: $2.00 PER DAY
aAl.AH V. mwaitniaiM
a .UI-.I lo ll Hi.li. ol. la.U .1
rr. N,i"l,llu,r Kipeaa'H.
a.ltireaa a. a. iia.s . m v..
., . Ujuh Su, Cissiua.u, 0.
CHAUTERED MARCH 21, 18B9
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A n 8AFFORD, President.
S S TAVI.OK. Vice Friajident.
J.----W UVSLOi". Bec'T and Trtauif .
P.W.BiictiY, Cbab . liAiiarrm,
f. M. HTOCKFLtTH, Pact, (i . icmrH,
II. 11 ( cimmar'AM. H L. ILalubaT,
J. M. PRlLLira.
1STEUKST paid on depoelta at the rate ol alx
percent. lr annum, March lat and Supteni-a-r
lat. InU-rvat not withdrawn is added imme
liuiely to the principal of the deposit, theroby
(lvin them cotiuiound Interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
elso can draw it.
Own every huaincssitav rromaa.ru. to S n.m
a 1 Sutunlay evenings for savings deposits onlT
roni 0 to a o'cior.a,
W. HTStOP. Trearer.
City National Bank
W. I'. MALMIMY, President.
Ht.NUY L. UALUUAY, Vice Prest.
A II sUKFOKfJ, Ciahi.r,
WA' tin HYaLUP, Aaa ttoahlnr.
S. Staat.s Tatloh, 11. 11- CtKumoHAH,
11 I.. Ham.idav, W. P. Uau.idat.
U. ii, Wh.uaus.iM, &TIP111J1 Hiho,
A . U, SArroito,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bouda Bought and Sold.
DKPOSrTB rcctlved and a general banking
f liroas, l're.lei,t. H. Wells, Ca-hier.
I', .Nell, Vice I'rea'L T. J. Kurlh. Aa.il.
Comer Corurnortlal Avo ami bt B'.rant
I". Urosi", Cairo. Wm. KUiire airo.
I'. Nell, Cairn. Wm. Wolfe I niro:
A. Susai.ka, Cairo. ILL. Billinpsley, tt. Louis.
K. Under, Cairo. il. Wells, Cairo.
K II. Hrinkinan, St. Louis,
.1. Y. Ch-maon, Caledonia.
I General JlttDklug Uualneae Don
ty-Exchanf-e sold and hnupht. Interest paid
0 t?i HuviniM Department. Collections made,
nil all buiouuaa wuiuuUv attended to.
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uiiform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Offl-eon whsrfbnat f t of Sixth street,
uilioe oi Ualliiluy ilrolhcra, opposite St.
Kpvptiun .Mills, Twentieth street,
t.oiil Uiiiup, loot of I hirtv-tigutn street, or
l'o it (iihce drawer
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholieale and Ketail DeaJors in
Foreign and Domeitio
;vi.m:m of am, kimih,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
TK'-SR-'-. PMTTII ft CO. have sonstantlT
i.Yl a lame stock ol the heat roods Ui Uie mar
rt, and Rivecapecial attentloa to the Wholesale
anch ol' the Imatnea
TION. 400lnva.ie.l hv in In 60 days Straddles
liy.llude3.7S6. 10Oh.-ve paid SI, 700
In aO'Uya. We iiuranmall OO lay Btnuldlaa
Monry r-1'in.li-.l if no profit ll made. lUkrcu.-ci
liven, I nrrwuondeuc. lolklt-.l,
Mionbera Ne aviik Stock Ecliinie,
4i liioa auc.
THE DAILY BULLETIH.
rBl BlILLITtM U pabUsbed rrtry OMniai
(axcept Monday) l the Bullrtla BundtMi eor
ntr Wubinpon svenne and TweliTb Itreet.
Tbi BtniJTnt U aerrsd to city nbrflMM ty
lalthfiU oanieri at Twenty-live Cttte a Week,
payable weekly. By Hall, (la adraaea),' 110 pet
nnumi six monUu, $ii three months, Mi om
month, tl 24.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Published every Thin slay mornlnf at It
pn innum, invariably la advance, lhe poetaf
n the Weekly will tie prepaid at thta ollloe, aa
ha lubecrlbera wll obtain foi a labaeriptloa
rice nl 1 a ;ar.
Business Cards, per annuiD,
One square, one neenion,- a M
One square, two insertions, IM
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tach subsequent Insert .ib,... M
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dacemcDU, both aa to rata ol ahargei and slaa-
ner of diuplaylng their favors. - '
Oommnnlaatlona npon aabjeota ofjren
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tYAU Bus! bess Letters should be addnaetdto
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. ' :'.:-' ;.f
AN UNRIVALED TlivTSTJIA
TED MAOAZPfB. , ; -;
When Schibner Uued Its famoui AllU
summer Holiday -N umber in July, a friendly
critic said of It : "We are not sure bat that
Sckibnkk has touched bigti-wateT mark.
We do not see what worlds arc (eft ts il to
conquer." liiit the puUIUheradonoloon.
kider that they have reached th ulGUna .
tbuleof exeollouce they tielieve.'Uiran
other worlds to couquer, and they propose
iu i-uuquar tueui."
lhe prospectus ror the new volumS gtvsa
the titis ot more thau tidy papers (mostly
Illustrated), by writers 01 the hhrhest merit,
I T.l... !.., l.n...l rf .
v ieici ,uo uuwi ui - -
; : .,:."(
we have "A AVinter on the Nile,", by Qeh.
McClelhiu; -Matinteriogs About Cons tan tl
nonle."riy Charles Dudley Warner : Out
of .My W indow at Moscow,"- by Eugene
Schuyler! "An American In Turklslaa."
etc Three serial stories are announced'
"Nicholaa Mlntttrn.'' "
Uy Dr. Holland, the Editor,
whose story of "Sevenoaks " at'ave the hlg
est batisfiictiou to thu- readers' of. tne
The scene ot this latest novel Is laid on
the banks of the Hudson. The hero is a
young man who has been always "tied to
woman's apron strings," but who, by tne
death of his mother, Is left alone la the
world to driit on tne current ot Ills with
a lortune, but without a purpose.
Another serial, "ilis Inheritance," by
Miss Trafton, will begin on the completion '
ot ''That Lass o' Lowrie's," by Mrs, Hodg
son Burnett, llrs. Burnett's story, begun
in August, has a pathos and dramatic power
which have been t surprise to the public.
There Is to be series of original and ex
quisitely illustrated papers ot "Populai Sci
ence," by Mrs. Harriet, each paper com-'
pleie in itself. .
There are to be, from various pens, papers
"Home Life and Travel"
Also, practical suggestions as to town and (
country life, village improvements, etc, by '
Jlr. Barnard's articles on various Indus. 1
tries ot Great Britain include tne history ot
"Some Experiment in Co-operation," "A '
Scotlsh Loaf Factory" In the Novembei'
number, and "Toad Lane, liochdale," in
Decetnba-r. Other papers are, "Tito British -WorkinL'man's
liome," "A Nation of Bhop .
keepers,' "Ha'penny a Week for the Child,'-
A richly illustrated series will bo riven on t
"American Sports by Flood and Field," by
various writers, and eauh on s different
theme. The sublect of
"djAsaiill ant aitnaeooraUon"
will nave prominent place, whilst the
produotions ot American humorists will ap-'
pear from month to month. The list ot '
shorter stories, biographical and Otui
sketches, etc., Is a long one.
the editorial department will continue to
employ the ablest pen both at home Ma
abroad. Theie will be a series ol letters on
literal y matters, from London, by Mr. We
turd. . .
The pages of the magazine will be open. .
as litrct dore, so tar as limited space will ,
permit, to the tllscussi.o of all themes at-
tenting tne social ana religious lite el tne
world, and specially to the ireihest thought -ot
the Christian thinkers and scholars ot
We mean to make the magazine sweeter
and purer, higher and nobler, more genial
and generous in all Its utterances and iluta
euiits, and a more welcome visitor than
ever before In homes of refinement and eul
FIFTEEN MONTH for ti. '
Scribner for December, now ready,
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"Nicholas Minturn." will be read with eager
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between Klevtnth and Fnarteentn straets. Alse
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