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;.ilttO. BUSINESS HOUSES.
Mois.-'Aoy lemineaa firm can have th'tHinea
(, Id Itiu luilunin under atijiniinUta heading
llli rale in ier luuutli ur lljl jier JftaT
ajabla iiiarienv in ailvanra.
HitrilHiirt, klH aurf Tiu War.
A. HAI.I.KV I'liil-r in Sinva.TIn and Hard
ware, Uuiiten ami fanuera' Implement, Wua
.uda, Kefriueralora. unit ladder.
L'oniBieK'.lal Atiiii'. lniUi'linc, and Job
tf ui k dni.e on alinri not H e.
T" " l.uinii.r '
I . S . M c.C A H li V -1 eul. i i 11 1. hi. I ami villi im
j.T, HniirliiK, eeiliim, ai'linir ami urf..ci1
n.niliei, latlrand aluuxlen. ollic-e ami yard
iimer 1 wentietli utreel ami tV'aihiii'tiii avenue
LANCASTER A CICK-'Deaferti in aath.
toon, bluiilii, cii;.. hard ami mil lumber and
lilnglea. Yard and ulbi'Ai, Ciiiiiinerciai avruui','
It. U A HTM AN lra lor in IJiMnntir, Tuyn
luil'i aud all aiiidn ul lane) itrtiil". xinim r-
a: avenue, iomr mi i.
W1U.IAM WINTKIi Sixih ttru.t between
)uuwrclavenm aiul Waatilnfjn avenue.
Ciatbiag aal Hvrvliaut ralloriu-.
.IOUN ANTKIM-Mrreliant Tailor ami dealer
III lleady Made tlolhii.g. "HOInu lAi.
Heal Kalnt Aimi'lm.
ud will real talitl', cullectii renta, iuy tav
XI J UllWI k V.ll,l l.l.l. I.,.i,l Iliiva
lor nun-reaiuanta.eit'. iiminenii avenue, w.
iweenMntli and Truth aWrrln .
II CotUm and Tiilmwi Kaijnr und (ir.r-
iinel'ir! or Ilia rurinen.' loiiatYu met, iw
ri'i A 127 Ciiiuiiimii I'Mul Avenue.
j (icniTal KiirwuiJinK ""'I loiiiiiimmon
iiieri.liant, lor Hie alc l r.um, UunLn, Or
hard ami I 'airy I rn-lur. miiIuu levee.
n A. WHl.El.OI K A I . -
lJ General KurwunluiK and ('nlfiluUiiliiii
ineri'haauii and dealer in ail luiil id' I mil and
1'roilui-e. nohio jh t minpimiriilii ."lit
ilrii, liirucila I'urnUlit'iJ on u I' liaimn.
15, F. Uoukera Hitler nine of Iron.
'DiU truly valuable toule tan Wen thor
oughly te'led by all elumea id' tle n.iMiiuuit)
that It it now deemed inUunwinaliir a l.mr
mcillcine. II iint but utile, i. ur l ri. a
bleed and giYea'tiiiii! to til (toniach, rrnnrulea
II, e r, lutein and rulUK' lite fc very body
khould have It.
Vn the cure of Weak Stfima-li, tiem-ral l)r
billty, Jndlirriitiut), of Ilia htuiiiuvli
aod lor all cane wiulnoga tome.
'I'hu wine includra tlie mo.t airrrralile and
rOlclrnt aalt ot iron Me ptjHteaa -Citraie 01
maxnrtlc oiidi; ccifihinnl Ith the iiwh enrr
iretlc of all ngelabJe fiuioi Iclluw i'eruvian
Ho yon want tomettiinf to atieDirthm jdu :
l)o roil want a good i a-lltr ;
I'o you want io r' riu of ncrvoumraa y
Jo you want rntrgy ?
I'o you want to alrrp well ?
l)D you want to biuM uu your ror.litd on :
Io you want to feel well i
Do you Want brisk and tfgurona fullrif V
If you do, Mi hLNKtl.'li HH'1 Kit WINK
I onlr aak a trial of tula great nu-'lU-ine!
Iware of counterfeit, a Kuukel'a lliller
Wiaeo. Iron i the only ur and iliwttul
remedy Id the known world lor the ni.aiirnt
cure of D) -jjla and lruillt)',a:d a ihue arc
a number of uuiiationa i,rlfv'l io the .ii'jIic,
1 would cautioa the comuiuiiity tu jaircti
noue but the gi-uume artir.le, ii.ai.ulartui.rd by
K. KiiLiel,aiid havinK h ttaJiip on the eotk
of erery bottle. 'J he very ta i Inat oth ra are
ryinK U imitaie tliia valuai'i iiiidutiur, ),rova
ita worth and ealn toiuima m it lvir. Let
liiejrrnuine. fc. t . Kunkal'.
.Mold only in HI boliio. 'u'A liy tfiiyil
jnd dealer etery where. K. . Ilini l, I'ro
urietor, xiti North Ninth itrret, l'l.iliulei.),j.
TAPE WOKM RKMOVKD AL1VK.
Head and U eoiLpiete in two linum. N't
Ire till head u'. heat, I'm and Mutual h
Worm removel by Iir. KunVel, T.t Noiih
Ninth atreeu i'hila-lelpliU, t'a, en'l lor cir
rjiluroraxa you drujfist inr a InjUlt ul Iir,
Kunktl' VT.rmSjrui.. il nevwiiulu. l'iici.l
Parbagea ul Real ana t omforl f.ii
Mr. Ueury War J Heacber, Uoc house
hold knowledge nod perlei t lioneety no
otie fireautue to doubt, tecotninKnil hoUM
Ketlitratotue Waabiue, thenewauli-titute
lor Oap. be av r-ho Is pleam-d with it.
It l great aer ot tune ami labor, and
ran no wore Injure clotliiiiif thuu cumuion
warm water. Mr. Hee' her In ii;!it.
Wa-hine bs mmy reut advatit!iu( over
aoap. Itwanhesln one-tliird of the time.
It altno-t entirely Uoenaway witb rubbltiK.
Vai-bea we ) ill hard wilier a- eolt. It 1"
the onl artide known that will jirevm
woolcnt trom nbrinktrife'. Other artiele tt
slut nomewhut in waeliln', but they fnjuie
the clothe". Waablne .lositlvtly will not
Ibena are come ol the qualitiea whh h
have mada W&idiine no popular anion!,' the
iu tell lee nt UJUekee)eri ol Aiiiurii. All
who are not uios Wa-hine will not repret
it if they take apecial pains to.iirortire acul
Vive it a trial, l'rice, j aud 1U cenn. S'Jltl
by all irrocer.
iHuppr relief to om ynnnir meo ir
lite elTecta of errori ami ut'imea in
early lite. ManWI Iteaiored. Im
peillmenta to marrlitte retboved.
New method, of treatment. New
land remarkable remedies. Itooka
and rireulara sent lrea In aealed
,eiiveloriea. Addew HowaKD Aa
aiM'UTioif, 41'i N. Ninth at. I'hila
.blphla. l'a. An institution har
ine a hlirh retaliation lor honor-
ilble conduct and profeaaional
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only lload Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo.
' Tralna leavo Cairo
2 2ft p.m. Fimt fcxprem, arrtvlnf in H.
Uuia HM p. m.; Chicugo, ";.10, a.m. .
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LO tilS
vixLE PAST LINE
ArrlvtnKl n Clnclunati 8:TO, a.m.: Louis
ville, :2ft, tun.; liuliunupoliH, 4.1i") a.m.;
I'aimeiiger by thin train arrive at above
OF ANY OTHXB BOUTE.
il;H0"p. tn. Kant Mail with Weeper uttiieh
ed. for 8T. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arriving in SU Loula at U::i() a.m. Chi
ca?o at 4J30 p.m. Connect ilia at Odin
or Effingham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
f-ssonKer hy tUU lino go through to
the Eaut witliout any delay cnuned by
fhe" AfUUDA AKTKUNOON THAW
FROM CAIRO ARUIVKS IN NEW
YORK MONDAY MOKMNO
35 HOURS IN ADVANCE
, OP ANY OTUKlt ItOL'TR. . .
Ailvrtlnemcnta of eompetinc linen tlmt
they make better tlnio Hun tlii one, aie
are liwued either throuifh Itraoruiieu or n
ior through ticket ami Information,
tpnly M ininoli Central B. II. Depot, Cairo.
V ., tHAlHS AHtUVa AT CAMO
n..l'V p III
, Oen'l Southern Agt ,
B, JoNta. Ticket Ast.
BE O BET lOOISTUbg
I 1 'I he kntKbU of the alxrte. order meet
J at their hall the llnt uhdthild Monday
n aach mouth. Commercial avauur, 'M door
aouthvl iweet, atspni.
. John l. Hoi.mh, (i. I. M.
XVV A.1CAI.0W I.OUUK, ni), (II.
t. A 17 .. 1 ..I... ... I ' t? o i i m uuu- a.i.
" U iluv i.ivht Mt luji.iiuiil Mwn. in (litil.
rilnw' Jlall. lloaa,
Uliancelliir I 'otuhiau'lrr.
Al.KXANIIkH I.OIX.K, I.O. tU
I iiiliriiiitMit llribri.f Oitil-liVI
V Iowa, inu la every 'J luirwlay night
AIT .. I. -(...-u.. I.. II,,,,
.'miiuii'ruul avenue, lietween Math autf Svventb
:rettu w ill h. lunai.ir, N . u
' lAllli) ENf AMI'MKNT, I ). O, T.. Mi tl
in Udil-iMiuwa' Hall on tin- brat and thud
I n.-a'uiy in every uoiiUi, at hull-iat aevrn
A. loaiKdi, C H
A " AlltOl.il)Oh. NO '.'17, A. K. A A. M.
. Hold regular u,iiiiimiiu'atioua iu M-
Xy aonii' Hull, (iirni r limnieri lul avenue
' 'aiul tiKblh auvet, on the iond and
'ourth Mondav of eat b monlb .
UXIV.H OK AIVfcUTI.
IfAll bllla for advertiaing, are dur and ,ay
able in ADVAtaCa
Tranaieat advertising will be InatrU 1 at the
raw of II U per anuare lor the, tret iua-rtion
ami Ui cent for each iibauUenl one A lit.cnil
dUM iiunt will tie made nu atatidinn and dinpl
for inaertinx funeral notiee tl ii Notice ol
maeting of aoeletii or secret orden Ki mil for
ta. li Inaertion
Church, Society, Peativnl and Hupgiei notH'a
will only be inaerted aa advertueiuent
S ailvertiaeiuent will be revived atUe tlian
4"cenbt, and no nlvcrtlsenwut will I Inserted
ir li than three dollam per month
i.ocai. iii ni.i.m .ori is
Of oiii" a'tmrc (H Hum sj'Ui'f) or tiioro, iu
alTteti in tlio Bi.xi.K11S lit IoIUiVk: (I.erK
tlian one Kijiiiire i-oiiuti il ax ai(iiivri'.)
Om: inarrlloii r t-uuari' !
Two jii.-r-rti inn jht mjiihu'- V
'Mirt'cinsi'rtioiiii pt:r sijimri:....
Six Insertion per 8'iuare..'.....
Two weeks per injuure ,
One month rn-r Buuarc
hneciui raten made on lariftj wivem
mcut or lor longer time.
LOWER THAN EVER!
O winir Io the present hartl time and
icarcity ol monej, I will, alter tlii tlate,
H4-H Ureail at 30e. er iloaen, ur '
,l.oive for .1 Cent,
Alo Cake. l'ie, etc., at prcportimmttly
Tliei (roodM are ol the very be.t in tlir
eity, ami will recommend thelnselvea aa
t r tir li ra from ibroad wl'l receive
t ani kiia i r. i ,
1'rop'r Union Mal.ery.
i inmcri lal Ave., bi t. 4!h ai.d Mli Ma.
( aiio, Auguat ti. lf)77
View of Marriage !
AOuKUto Wedlock and
-otiftdrutisl lritiat on itt
tutiet Ol DiaVrTitjrt ft iid tir
ai.aa.ali. at .inftt tair M - ihaaa.
' . - - J' .-ha TtiCaaaaa af IL'iraan
A bfmk Inr orirtti, ruutA
'-fttcrvftUiitX 1UJ (.riot
, A PKIVAtE MEDICAL AOVIBER?
(n til l.itdtf ol 4 Private KatUTe tntniii from Self
Abuta. t or Biwret XiMavft vum u.c bci(
frf rut. i.'4 ia rPM'J(' prKt ' i.
A CLINICAL L.15CTUiUL OB Vr (OT" a tnl
tt4tH tht Throlaiid Ludki, CLrrtvi,Euilux, LUa
OlHUUl Ilablt.fcr .prif lOrti.
I.ilhfr U-k ant uaf(iatdon r"lt of pr: or ' thm,
(siti'miinff Va.in.fi (, taut u! y :nu1att d. 1r '! rt.
Aaiureai VR. liVTI'i, t. N hih u bt. Uun, Mo.
SATURDAY, Keptcmber 13, 177.
Twojirl-i at the .S.. Charles hotel to
do -cniMjintf- o'.
All memter. ot the Delta J- ire omp:i
ny tire r-f(ti to(l to met t at v.hut tliern
ia h it ol thu Knginc Hoti"o. on S it unlay
t'Vi'iiliijf, SeptemtMT 13, Bt 7:30 o'clock.
S. J. IU jim, Secretary.
I ulru II illm-t'iill nml Try Tlifiii.
Havinjr ilUelmrged Dr. Lower ui.il
renovatetl my bath ronnin, with thea'ldi
tiou of it new receiver atta-r the latent
ami most convenient style, I fh.aU tiikn
great pleasure in pivltig batlm eitlu-r
medicate I or otherwi-e, ti nil who may
eall rin nie.
liu Int. D. Ann it.
l or hiklo.
.My ihvclliti liou-e ami lour lots, t la
the premises arc two largo hot iiouseH,
lllleil with plants. Owing to continued
bail health 1 will sell elit-ap, il Applica
tion is made soon. For information en
tpiue nt Tuber Bros., or on the premises
nenr St. Mary's liopital.
it John J. Sn;i..hit.
1a). liraxton Iihs returned to his old
stand in the Helper building, where ho is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hi patrons and tho public who
may favor Mm with a call, lie 1ms gone
to considerable expense in titling up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
ho has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. lie em
ploys only llrst class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in stylo and will reeoiro
courteous treatment. tf
Worth Ita Wclaht In l.olil.
Undoubtedly the greatest modern dis
covery In medicine is DaCosta's Judi
cal Cure lor dyspepsia, sick headache,
sour stomach,' costlveness, biliousness,
loss of appetite, distress after eatinj;, and
all disorders caused by Indigestion or a
deranged liver. Its results aro astonish.
lug, mid suro relict is guaranteed in
every caso whero it U falthtully used. It
tones up tho stomach, regulates the
liver, restores tho natural appetite,
strengthens tho dellcato and expels all
morbid humors trotn tho system. Ty
phoid and bllous fever might, in almost
every ease, bo- prevented by Us timely
use. Trial size 25 cents. A very few
dosrs will relieve, nnd ft llttlo persever
nocecuro you. Sold by Barcloy Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Farkor's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physic. Price 25 cents. Try It. 'i
-The lion. William Ilaitell Is in the
Hi rman Levy Is organizing a yacht
Mr. It. II. Cunningham has re
turned Iroiu the rant.
The I nloii county lair is over. It was
a success lut very particular.
Mrs. sale, a colored woman, a mem
ber l J!i;y, Nelioii Dix'a church, was
bin ied yesterday.
"That Husband iifMuic," may ho
found nt lilt; public library tu day be
tween the hours ol 2 ami p.m,
-Judgi! I huiyhcrty held circuit court
In I jiion county la.it week, in const
ttictic(! ol the illness ol .lodge ( rawlonl.
laiiiilies can be suppled Willi choice
butter, Ktnall packages. Call or semi
orders to II. I.eighton, M "bio I,cvce.
There was lots ol C: iro per. pie in
attcudc nee at tilt; .luiieslioro bur. '1 lie re
was hii immense crowd ol jn-nple at
tended the fair on Friday.
Purify and enrich the blood, and
you will not be troubled with (-: kin dis
eases. Dr. Hull's Jilooil .Mixture is
known to Le a ncvir failing remedy.
Miss Salllo HamMetou h It w'tii the
.SunHiiy afternoon train Jot M. .Mary's
Institute, Notre D.uue, Indiana. Her
father, Capt. William, accompanied In r
as laras Ceiitralia. I'ulnsl.i I'a'riJ,
-.Mr. F. I). Jlai.s, toitnerly ol the
clothing linu of FarnbakiT ct I Dm -, is
now in the clothing lioti-,e ot A. .Marx.
Haas is one ot the let .-.tic-nu n in the
business, anil will prove a l.oinn.a to
Keep your teeth in good condition
and you will be happy. To do this you
must eall at the dental rooms ot Cauniue
t Whitloek. They perform alUhe work
of the profession in the mo?t satnlactory
manner at the most reasonable prices.
The district eonvention of the
American Sunday School Convention
will be held at Sparta, Randolph county,
on Tuesday and Wednesday of next
week September lssth and l'lth. We
understand that quite a number ol Cairo
lies will attend.
Baby shows are the la-diion now, but
as long as mother's continue to nurse
their little ones with Laudanum or other
opiates, they cannot expect their babies
to look bright. Il your baby needs med
icine get a good and harmless one such
as Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup. 'J3 cts. a bottle.
Judge .las. C. McCi itr! ol Ilu.iewood
precinct, was iu the city yesterday.
The Judge says the people out in Ha.le.
wood arc not taking much rtock in
politics, but arc devoting all their time
to raiding something to cat. They are
sensible people up iu Ha.lcwood.
It is now an offense tiueable in the
sum of $10 for a physician to tail to re
port to the county clerk all deaths and
births coming under his supervision,
within thirty days from the date of their
otcurrcn:. Where no physician is cm
ployed, Die same shall be reported by
tho parent, nearest relative or resident
The sales ot tobacco at the Farmers'
warehouse ou Thursday, comprised
eighteen Hogsheads leal and lugs, as
follows : $() 50, 5 50, 3 50, 5 50, 4 'JO,
3 05, C 50, 5 00, o 'J.', 3 15, 3 ii, 2 65,
1 'J5, 2 75, 4 (X), 4 A i W, i 75. The
prices obtained were lull, and In most
cases high lor this season ol the year,
There is considerable tobacco still held
by producers, but it is believed tltevreatcr
bulk of It will le placet! on the market
We are gratified to rc' ini the fact
ol another sale ot a uuiiulVitunng in
stitution in Mound City. John W. Car
ter sold the stave Mctory, owned by
Chester it Harris, of St. J.miis, lo the
recently oriranized Mound Ciiv Stave
Company lie-t week, mid we learn it is
tiieir intention to immediately enlarge
the tnauiilaeturmg capaciiy so as to ac
commodate their increasing business
I he terms of thn tale lire private.
The intimation that His Honor,
Mayor Winter's visit to Washington; is
iu connection with tho appropriation
for the Improvement of the river nt this
place, is not, weare assured by a Itiend
ot the ntuyor, correct. This friend of
his honor's, informs ih that Jack bus
"other fish to lry," ami that when he
returns to Cairo, a number ot gentle
men who have had their eyes on certain
fat takes in their locality, will be "really
disappointed. What tho devil Is Jack
after anyhow? Does he want the pos'
In tlie circuit court yesterday the
case of -Morgan Abornatuy, charged with
horse stealing was called lor trial. A jury
was selected, and evidence in tho case
heard, when Mr. Llnegar, attorney lor
the defense, pointed out a flaw iu tho
indictment a part of tho name of tho
party from whom the horse was stolen,
being omitted. Judge linker ordered thu
jury to return a verdict ol not guilty,
which was done. T hero i.s a second
Indictment pending against Abernathy
for horse stealing on which ho will prob
ably bo tried at this term ol court.
The preliminary trial ol the inim
Mink Maylleld, who Is charged with tho
shooting of Dave Johnson at his homo
ou Seventeenth street, between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street, took
plaeo before Judge Bird yesterday alters
noon, Hon. D. T. Llnegar appeared
for tho prisoner, and .Mr. Black
(or tho state. The evidence
as published in the Bui.i.kii.s ou Sunday
morning lust, wan substantially correct,
though not so strong as it was at first sup
posed it would be. Maylleld was held to
ball In tho sum ol flvo hundred dollars
for his appearance at circuit court, la
dotauK of ball he wni sent tq the county
Perry Power's trotting horse -'Gold-dusf'uiet
with a serious accident while
on tho way Irom this city to Jonesboro
last Tuesday. When a thurt distance
above L'nlty be broke through a bridge
skinning his hind legs and otherwise
brulaing liimsell up to such an extent
that It was punishment lor him to trot
in the race on Thursday. Had it not
been lor his iiii.ilorluuc, "Onld lu t"
would undoubtedly have come out ol the
contest the whining horse. As it was,
he took third place iigniut a ij, , of
'liu; last number of the Mound city
I'atriut says : "Cnpt. Uiehersoi, was at
tlie barbecue last week over at '..rlh
Ington's store in Ballard county, mid
talked ferry boat to the leading ciimis.
We understand that he received encour
agement from everybody; the farmers
told lit in they had ten thousand Im -hcis
ol wheat right in that heiphbnrhood
which they would like to bting hen; to
mill or lo market. The city ol Mound
City has one ot the finest buildings in
Southern Illinois, on the bank ot the
river and within a few feet ol tho Cairo
and iiice nucs railroad, which is ottered
on a gratuitous lease lor twenty-live
yean to any one who will establish a
good flouring mill. Who will take the
prize and make a fortune?
There was a lively fceno at I'llin a
day or two ago, iu which a Methodist
preacher und the wile of a saloon keeper
were the attractions. The preacher so
the ttory goes, had said some
thing about the woman, and she
called at his home lo see about it. The
preacher, Key. Mr. il-on, called on a
jil.-liceol the pi-ace for advice, und the
justice advised him to go homo and kick
the woman out. Mr. Wilson undertook
to do as the justice had advised him, but
found the woman, Mrs. Joe Taprich,
more than a match lor hitn, and a lively
scullfo ensued. The result may be
summed up thus preacher scratched
nose and face, but not seriously dam.
aged. Mrs. T. received several slight
bruises, 'jut no marks, ami all things
considered came out of the racket llrst
best. .Mr. Wilson has iront- to conference.
The campaign iu I'ula-ki county I.s
an exceedingly quiet one. ami though
the Republicans have a full ticket in the
field it is not altogether certain that It
will be successful at the polls. There
is considerable disaffection among the
rank and file of the party.
Attention lllbti lllail lire . No. I.
You are hereby notified that the in
stall ution of oflicers lor the ensuing year
will take place ou this evening. AH
members are invited to be present as
there w ill be a "rand lunch prepared fr
P. O'Lot oiii.i.v, Sec'y.
THE LATE JUDGE EDS0N.
Some Fucta Concctrnintr Ilia LifSixty
Years a Mason.
We copy the lollowuig brief sketch ot
the life ot the late Judge Obcd hd-on, of
Villa Ridge, from the last number ol the
On Sunday last nt one o'clock a.m.,
Mr. Olied Kd-oti quietly und peacefully
oassed Irom this life to tne laud ol re.it.
Duriiiir a residence of Mime twelve
years in our midst, he had held many
Jdaees ol honor and trust, all ol which lie
lilletl wun nonor to nimseii ; anu per
Imps there is not another whose lite had
been so well circumscribed, who was so
highly esteemed by all classes, and
whose death has created a vacancy so
hard to till, tin Tuesday his remains
were loliuwed Irom his late re.-ideiiee to
the M. K. Church by a larger
number ol friends than we
have seen together on a like occa
sinn tor many years. lhe funeral ser
mon was preached by Rev. Mr. Giili itu.
ol Cairo, whose remarks wen so well
etioeii. and of so impressive a n.tt ur' as
to be long feint inhered by liis upprccia
tivo audience. 1'or nearly sixty years
the deceased had been an active and con
sistent member of the Masonic lrntern
it V. nntlat the close of church rvices
tlie members ol Villa KiJgc l.oge. ssi.-t
d by Cairo Lodge and a large number
ot Masons throiiiihcut the county, took
charge ot the remains, which were con
veveil to Villa Riiljfo cemetery where
thev were entered with thu honors of
the Order. Kighty years to a day irom
the time our lamented friend and brother
was burn to a long and useful life, his
mortal remains were eonsignetl to their
last reslinir place, hv the side ol his lile
partner who preceeded hint only four
The l.nropcui! Hotel-nciliietloii In
Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
the Kuropean Hotel, being well aware
ot the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to all who may wish regular board
to sixteen dollers per month or four do!
Iars per week, for day board. In con
nection wilh the Kuropean Hotel Is i
first class restaurant, where nystfrs,
game ami all other delicacies will bo
served ut all hours during day or night.
Letter l.lat .
The following are the fetters remain
mg uncalled for at the postollle at Cairo,
Illinois, Saturday, September 13(h, 1877
Buich, Jennie; Campbell, S. K.; Dor-
aughty, Mary; Fulluer, Jennie, 2; Hill,
Mallnda; Hardin, Carrie; llitr, Bettie
Hart. Anna; Deeth, Mary; McGinnis
Maria; Matson, Kliza; Meyers, Mary
MeKitnm. Ella; Porter, I.ueinda; Smith,
M. L; Tuinbhn, Sophrona; Williams.
Barbara; Wright, Kllzabcth.
Breen. Sergeant; Brown, Mr.; Bird
George; Brown, lieorgo; Bailey, Henry;
Barry, John; Basley, R. A.; Bressau
Phil; Ball, Steve; Covert, I-aac; Car
nenter, Robt.; Dual, Wlnfield; Emmcr
son. w. b.; men, iu. uiimuiii,n, n
... . ... . a . ' . : .1. .-,
Gardiner, J. II.; Griggs. .Nathan; IIedg
man, Jesse; Heeler, James; Hatcher, X
B. ICnowlton.. H. la.; Mlscll, Jake:
Mahoncy, James; Miller, Jamci S.
SlcDantel.Jtis. H; Malony, Ja; McClure
Robt; Robinson, John 0; luce. J. D
Roo, R. 11; Ross, S; Russell, Win. B
Smith, George, 8eba.ll. F;Sellcrs, John
Smith, Rucl A.; Smith, Willie; Vanor
man, Eddie; Whcclcr, Charles; W hlte, II
W: Wright. John. Walder, SI. A.
Persons calling lor any ol the abote
letters will please say "Advertised."
Gko. W. MchKua, r, m
, AMEBICA H BOND AY SCHOOL UNION.
Diatrict Sunday School ConrenUoa and
The following is tho programme lor
the District Sunday School Convention
anil Bible Meeting, to bo held at Sparta,
Randolph county, on Tuesday and ,
Wednesday next, September ISth and
lOtlr. We understand that a number of
Sunday school workers from this city
will be in attendance at this convention:
I'ltOtiKAM.MK Tl'KSDAY MOHX1.NO.
i):.'IO to 10:00 Devotional exercises.
1 0:00 to 11:00 Organization ami appoint
ment ot committees.
1 1 i n to 11:40 Relation ol Holy Spirit to
Successful Sunday School
Work, by Rev. J. il.
Brookes, D, D.
1110 to l'2:is.' Thrco minutes talk on
tho samo subject.
2:Wl to J:;i0 Devotional exercises.
.':;!0 to .1:00 Conversion ami I hri: tiaii
Culture ot Children, bv Rev,
II. D. Ionise, D. D.
.1:00 to ;i:20 Three minutes talk on the
3:20 to 1:00 Question Drawer.
4:00 to 4:20 Christ iu the Old Testa
merit, by Dr. Corwiu.
4-.:0 to 4:13 Three minutes talk on the
1:15 to .":-.'0 Bible Reading, by Rev. J.
11. Brookes, D. D.
p, iu. General Addresses on Rela
tion ot Bible to Sunday
School Work, by Drs. Brooks,
Gaiise and Corwin.
t):00 to 0:30 Devotional Exrcises,
te:;o to 10:0()-llow Shall We Prepare to
10:00 to 10 :ioIIow Shall We Teach, by
in::io to 11:0u-What Shall We Teach.
11:00 to ll::!o i ine.-tion Drawer.
H.:i0 to 1J;00 Bible Reading, by Rev J.
II. Brookes, l. w.
2:30 to H:0o -Devotional exercises.
1:00 to :): ) How Shall We Enlist the
Cordial Co-operation of
Church Members, by Rev.
H. 1). Gause. D. I).
I:.f0 to 1:00 The Sunday School Teacher
4:00 to 4:30 Motive In Working.
:.I0 to .i:J0 Bible Reading on tlie joy
of Harvest, oy Rev. J. il.
Brooks, D. D.
;00 to !i:iH)-IIow Shall e Reach the
Neglected and Destitute
Children of tho Land, by
Drs. Ganse, Brookes and
1 lull KUenso I'.reeila IHoeltae
Is a notorious fact. It is therefore of vital
importance to check maladies in their
birth, ere they have a chance to develop
other and morn dangerous disorders. As
a means of checking complaints which,
if allowed to proceed, finally disorder
the entire system, Jlostetter's Stomach
Bitters is a medicine the use of which
cannot be too stronglv urged upon the
sick ami feeble. The lunctions 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, nnd kidney and
bladder troubles yield to its remedial in
fluence; it counteracts a tendency to gout
and rheumatism, and invigorates the
nervous. Moreover, it is derived from
purely botanical sources, nnd in this, as
in every other respect, it superior to tils
mineral remedies of the pharmacopeia.
lute rmltleiit lever
o common in the country as scarcely
to need comment, lhe causes which
produce it are such as cold, irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
Ac. In large cities where edge tooU
and agricultural implements are manu
factured, the grinder protects his lungs
Irom the injurious ellects of the dust
Hying oil the grindstone by wearing a
respirator. The coal miner ere he dea
scends the shatt provides himself with a
afety lamp to guard against lire-damp.
Now It is equally necessary for those
who are brought iu contact with any ol
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
agaiiiatlt, the home stomach bitters.
I'M ClOHHf Olll.
Mrs. J. H. Phillips, corner of Four
teenth street uu l Washington avenue,
desiring to close out her stock of grocer
ies, provisions, etc., oilers special bar
gains in all goods in her line. She also
desires to rent her store room and fix
tures. This is an excellent opportunity
lor an energetic man with a small capi
Just Iteeeive,! nml to Arrive trom
New York anil lhtlnilellila.
One hundred and lorty barrels re
fined suirar. 125 bags of coffee
some very choice Golden Rio and old
government .lava. About 1j thous
and pounds ol winter cured clear sides,
several brand? ot choice S. C. canvassed
hams ami a strictly pure article ol opple
vinegar for pickling purposes.
lit. SinatTos & Bum.
Ho, I'or Nt. Loula,
ILLINOIS L'KNTKAL IIA1I.HOAI) COMPANY.!
CAino, Iseptcuiuer 8th, ls7i. J
During the exposition and lair In St.
Louis (Sept. 10th to October Gth) we will
sell excursion tickets at ono and one-
lifth fare for round trip, commencing
sale ot tickets Sunday night, September
0th, ami continuing until October Gth.
Gen. Southern Agent.
J. 11. Jonks, Ticket Agent. '.It
Persons holding new leveo certificates
are requested to call at my olllco for tho
purpose of having thetn taken up.
' B. F. Parker, City Treasurer.
Caiiio, Sept. 8, 1877. at
.aa I ..A ...a a In Art iljtfR AtValddlef
h.:;rnX,3.76&. lMaav paid S1.700
In SO day. We Eiuranie. all 00 day Stradaioe
Money rcfiinded If no pront ia ruaue. tteierence.
Member! Naw Vork Stock JCichanite..
48 llroad BUM
Local Weather Hcpon.
Tint. Baa. Tui. Him. Wun. Wi4tuilh.
tlJCam I'MHI ;i si W Fair
1111 "tK'.iKM w 6i N E iKair
Jpm'.lel.'i XI M N Kair
3 4 pm'i'.WO ) H N eiear
SIUXAI. hKltYlf'K ItKl'OKT.
low wiTan. Kite or Fall
rr. m. rr. im.
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St. Paul ...
Watsos, Serg'nt Signal Ser.
The Golden City leaves New Orleans
to-day for this city.
The Belle Memphis Is the packet lor
Memphis this evening.
The C. W. Anderson Is the packet for
Evansvllle this evening.
The Port Eads and barges left New
OrleansThursday for St. Louis.
.The Jim Fuk came out deeply laden
yesterday, anil will bo on hand again tills
evening promptly lor Paducah.
They say that the Grand Republic is to
carry 12,000 bales cotton into New Or
leans at one trip this comiiikr season.
Tho river raised two inches here yes
terday, but it was only temporary and
will no doubt be falling again to-day.
Col. W. E. Merrill Is cutting away the
point ol rocks at MeCulIum's ripple, for
which steamboat men will be properly
The Jno. S. Tolle Is over due for New
Orleans. Captain Hi Davis ot the Jno
Means returned to Paducah on the Jlrn
Fisk yesterday. lie put one ot his barges
on the docks of Walker & Nellis, of this
citv. lor renairs. The Means and the
other barges will be repaired at Padu
The mayor Ls now Inclined to the
opinion tho long talked ot picnic should
... . I,'.. . :
come oil oeiore ne leaves lor nauiug
ton, and If ho can make the arrangements
with the Eckert he will announce an
early day for the allair. As the Ohio is
too low tor sate navigation he thinks of
making the trip to Hickman, and we do
not see why it would not bo found as
well. The Paducah people would be
disappointed but the Columbus and
Hickman folks would rejoice.
The Louisville Cwiritr-Jjurnl ol the
13th has the following items:
Cant. II. II. Drown 's new steamer, the
Golden Crown, building at Cincinnati, is
certainly ono of the finest stern-wheelers
ever built, iter cabin is a neauty, anu
her 6Uttc-rooms extra large, being ten by
twelve feet, are not equalled by any
other steamer iu the New Orleans trade.
The state-room doors are ornamented
with plain silver knobs; tho door-
sills are to be covered with burnished
brass. Capt. Drown is adding
every feature to tlie Golden
Crown that will contribute to the
beauty of tlie boat as well as to the com
fort ol the traveling public. The glaciers
have put In the sky-lights, consisting of
nlain. white L'lass, with an imitation ol
lhe crown ol tlie prince ot Wales cut in
the center. The new steamer is complex
ed. with tlie exception ot two or three
coats of paint, which she will receive
this week, anu on uio ism inst. sue win
make her trial trip. She will be otlicered
by clever gentlemen, and soon become
the "people's tavorito" iu the Cincinnati
and New Orleans tradp.
A new and very pretty little stem
wheel steamer modestly lies at the city
wharf, fresh trom the hands of her build
ers at New Albany. We refer to Captain
Wm. Barker's Comie Brandon, named in
honor of ono of the belles of Llttlo Rock,
Ark. The boat was built lor the Red
river trade, to connect with theCairo and
Fulton railroad. She Is 130 leet lonsr, 28
teet beam and 3 feet hold, She has eight
staterooms, bar and ofllce, and will com
fortably carry SOO bales ot cotton. She
will bo .commanded by Captain Wm.
Barker, tho owner. W. 11. Wright is
her clerk, anil ono of the best busi
ness men In the state of Ar
kansas. He ls secretary ot the Little
Rock Cotton seed oil company. This
pretty candidate for the people's patron
age leaves for Memphis, Vieksburg and
Red river direct at 4 o'clock this alter-
noon, and we bespeak for Captain
Barker n very liberal patronage. Give
the Cornie Brandon a good "Bend oil',"
and to herself we say "ton voyage-'
The custom houso measurement of
Captain Oakes new propeller is os fol
lows: Registered length, 153.2 feet; ton
nage length, 150.8 feet; breadth, 17, a
feet; depth of hold, 5.8 feet. She will
have a capacity for 100 tons.
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National lank Balldinf, up-itairt.
;ha OldaatEatabliahod Aa-ency In South
m IUlnoia, repraaantluir otw
165 OOO OOO
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syruu.
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or In hogsheada, 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.
O lice on wharf boat, foot of Sixth treet."
Oilie ol ilalliJay Brother , opuoalta Bt.
Kffypban iiilla, Twentieth I treet. ,
Coal Dump, toot of TMrtr-elKOth f treat, or
I'oH Oilic drawer 300.
CHARTERED MARCH 91, 1868
CITY NATIONAL BANE. CAIRO
A. B. fl AFFORD, President.
, , , m a . . . I r-1 i.i.
mff HYS1.QP. Beo'yand Treaaurat.
P.W. ItAXCLaT. CHAS. GAUSHH,
r. M . Stockfuth, Patrte, Boboh,
ft. H. Ouhhljuiia. B. L. Hmlubai,
j. M rmuin.
INTEltF.ST paid on deposit! at tba rat at ill
percent, per annum, Marehlatand Saptaa
mr let. Interest not withdrawn ia addad buna
liately tn tlia principal of the depoaita, tbanby
flviun ttietn couuiaund interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
0en every busiaeaiday rrorafla.m. tat p.m.
a 1 Salunla y evaninira for aavinga dcuoalll only
nun il tu s o'clock.
W. KTBXOP. Traaavrar.
City National Bank
W. P. UAIXIDAY, Praaidenl.
HKNHY L. HALLLDAY, VioePrail,
A. II. HA FFOKD, Caahiafa
WA f B HYBLOP, Aaa'tCaahlar.
S. Staati Tatlob, R. II. Co uiaaAiil
H L. Hallway, W. P. Hau.idai
G. D. Willi amoh, SranaiN Bias,
A. O. DArTvHO,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS raoaired aad a ueneral banktljl
F Bro.8, Prealdent. H. WtUa, CaahUt.
P. Nell', Vice 1'rua'l T. J. kertli. Aaai. aah'r
BH iMi .1,
Corner Oommarolal At, and St Btraat
r. Hroaa, Cairo. Wm. Kluga t,atro.
e. Neff, Cairo. Wro, Wolla a Iro.
A . Stiaauaa, Cairo. R. L. BUllnMley , at. Uul
E. Ituiler, tatro. U. Walla, Cairo.
F. II. Rrlnamaa, St. Loula,
J. T. Clamaoa, Caledonia.
Ueneral Making Baalnaaa Dat
ry-F.ichange told and bought. IntaiMt paid
n the Saving Department. Colleotioni Bad,
nd all buatneaa promtiUv attaadad to.
St. Louio, Mo.
IAJ. WCK, A. Vrrlnclpali
J, H. HURW00D, , J
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIPS SSI CO
MOST Complete. Thorough and Pracuoa
conn of'ttuil in the United Htataa-a
oourae indinpeniibla to tltrj young Baa aaa
k..linoa lhe aaa Of Ufa.
for ninstrattl Clrnlar,
AJdreta, , '
THOS. A. RICE A. M..L. B..
Or-llMlT PiaalaaBt. '
Dealer in Fresh Heat
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