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..iIKO IWSINESS HOUSES,
lr, Any biiidiii-ta llrm (an huvr llirw-lines
jau, In Ilii i-ultiiuil under iiiiriiirintt: lirniliiig;
llherstu ui tl ,Vi iit iiunilliur tit! per year
ayaute quarterly in u'tvancc.
HnrdHnn-, moves mid Tin War.
A. IIAIM. V- liinlir In M.ivi-.Tin mil Hunt
A uri', luii'ii iiihI l-eiiiiiii' Iuii.U-iiwiiIh, Wire
ii.uiIk, itiii-iriiUHK, rumpa ''i iji'i'utk.
1 1 ( i.rumcrcml Avenue, t.uilrriiu.', und Jul)
Win k douruii abort milne.
.1. S.Mi-ti AIIKY-Dealer In hurt ami Hull Iiiiii
t, flouring, cciliiur, aiding anil rnul.u-.ed
iiiinlwr, lulli mul nliiiiKli'i. t'lliui uii'l Jur-l
urutr i weiiiiiiii urea uun ihioIiiiikIuii-vii.ui;'
LANCAKTKIt A KICK liralt n in aii-h,
loom, lillnilH, eli'., Imnl and lt huiilier ami
ninnies, turd itml olllee. Cuiiumrrlul u venue,
-.irner I7lli street.
U. il AUT.MAN -Pukr in IJm-iii.iviure, Tuya,
l-iii vml ull klii'lanl luii-yurliid". Cummer-
al aveuii, corner tji btrn:t.
WILLIAM WINTCItHxih Htrevt Ik-iwiiu
Juibroercial avenue and Wiuiliin.ton avenue.
4 lathing unit Merchant tailoring.
JOHN ANTItlM-Men liant Tailor and dmler
In Ifeady llu'li'J.lolhhijf- "S Ohio Ivm-.
Keni r.otiite AKfiii'ifw.
M. J. IIOWM.Y-ll.iil Katate Axt. liny
and Ib rial estate, coHerta renin, iiaya Ihii-i
lor non-reel'lcnta.ete:. Oinimereiul uveuue, be
! ii Ninth and Tenth Hreeia.
('oiniiilaslitu M t-rrliiiiiln.
l.ntu.n and ii.liuoco r uvi'iru unl m
iiriutor of the arnKiV Tobuiuo V un linu.i-.
1."' A 1-7 Comiiniieri-.i-l Avenue.
l Licui-ral Kurvturi'lnK umI o.-nnntMon
luerrhaut, lor the full' of luiiu, Imnltn, Oi
iardaud Dairy Produce, r'xjbio Levee.
11 A. WllKELOt K A O.
i (jriM-ral iurwunliii;,' und ('ninrnltalon
tuerehunUi, ami dmleis in (. I Mini of I nut unil
I'riHluri-, M Ohio Levi. (nfliiiin nl sijlic-:U-I.
rteni'il I'tirnithed on I'iiijoii.
K. f. liuukt-rs Hitler Klnr nf Iron.
'fids truly valuable tunic It t.-en to Uio: -uti.hly
let' ted by all rlar.e (it Ike cominnnliy
that it ii now iteemeil liiiliai'i'ioiithli- u a tune,
medicine. It curta l.nl iiiiii-, . ii r i IJ -m the
idoi dead nine UiIit to ihe aiijinw'ji, n:iivati'i
ll, iiili'Di and iiokn;a tilt r.vi'iyhmiy
fhould rmtr it.
Knr th tin of Weak Momai h, nn.ri.l tt
tliily, Inili(illon, UiM-wi a ol the Moioai li
and lor all ium-i n inrin u tunic
'Ihia winv inrlodi Ihn moat iijtiii'al!i and
Hhriint aalt ol inn He mM-ia -ti!ra'ii ol
tuiiKiiptir oxiilr ujinliiutil Hh mi ni'i-t fn i-
fHlcof ull T-Ktal)le tionn--1 "i!'w J'viuviaii
I'd tou waul ein,i ihini; In hinntil i n yi.u
1otou Wunt a koikI ctilr
Ho you K ant in Ki t ri-i ol ni rviiiiini-pa
Ho yon waul rm ruy
hi you want to alirp Wfll '
Do you wun t In hmld up your umaiitul on
Do you want tofd widl i
lo you wuiit a hri-k and vlorMis fi vlinir
If von i o. try hlSMI.'H lillll.lt WIM.
I only ak a trial of thin ri-ut nudirint'
Itewanuf counwrfeita, aa huiiiii'a Hit'ir
W iiifo. Iron ia the only tun and t.lei'tuul
nimdy In the known wuld turtle pi m.anii.t
irurf ol Oyiifiiia and I'i.'hilit;',and t.k ihicnro
a nunilor of nmtutioua iilli-rid tome tmMii:,
1 would fruution the toliiiuunily to puri'lii't
none hut the jjnume article, manufacture d hy
K. KUi.Ul.aiid having h!8 etunili on tl.-: ork
of every bottle. 'I r.e very l'n t tliat othem hru
;ryiut( to imitate thin valuable nu diriur, .i .. -ita
worth aud apeak Toluuni iu it Uvor. t i
II.eKi'UUilie, 1.. 1 Ktin Lei ' .
Mild ouly iu hotik, so d y ilni;-ii.ti
and dealer every win re. K. F. hunl !, 1'ro-
nelcr, jJuriti MulU strict, 1'h.luiK.li lha,
TAI'K WOUM KKSlOVhO ALIVE.
Uead an'l ill con.ilete in two Imur. So
lee till head jiaeai . rieut, I'm end lwliiU( !i
Vuriua removed ly I'r. K.nel, i't Ninth
Ninth alm'la rhilu leihia, l'a, Slid loreii.
iilar or am you dnivi-t lor a hottle of lir,
Kiinkcl'a H'irmjni). It lii viriiils. J'nectl
faehaKe Ural it ml luinlort
lira. Hi'tiry WarJ Ki-ecbor, whoie liouic
liolil knowkilKS and perfect bunoi-ly lo
one preeuuica to dntilitr.,ioiaiiii'Oilaliiiiii,
keepera lo ue Watliinc, the iww ulitiluti;
lor oup. Sim '.!) " hi' lit pleaed with ll.
It i great nvor ol lime anil labor, and
ean no wore Injure duiliing than toiimion
warm watur. Mr. Ut u bur nlit.
Wa-bitic ha many frent .t'lvatilaji over
auup. It Wimlica in olif-lliltd t tin' time.
It almost entirely d'Jinaway w ith i libblii','.
U'ahe at We'l in lmril water uttolt It I
tlieonlv artldo known that will tircuii
woolen' trom nbrinkintr. Otbcr articles a
aiit aomt-wli.il in w1iIdi;, but they ii.jinv
ttie elotlioi. Wasbino poMtheljr will not
Tbee are eome ol t'uc i;ui.lit!ci wbli b
have made Wa-liiDc so opulur auion t!i
lnU'lligent hJUekeeper id Artn.-rlca. All
who are not Univ ' Vabiiio w ill uol rctin t
it il they lake atienlal pain to proi tire anil
rive it a trial, rnce, ana i) teiit:
by all L'roccrn.
ilupiiv reaij to oiu yoiiuir men Ir:
llic eneets ni errors ann ums ii
(a) eorlv life. .Munkood Uctored. Im
rt iieillnianta to marruci- removed.
S and remurkalile reint lun
n ii.i-oi'Ki i'i in nun- iiu
Sm ami cireuiai! '''lit iree in
.......t..... 4.1.1.. llu.tii. Am.
wii lATioic. 11 1 N. Ninth at. I hila-
!g ir-K a hiifh
reimiution lor honor-
'utile conil ii t and prufeaiouul
ILLINOIS CENTKAL E. R.
L QUICKEST ROUTE
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road nutming Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains leave Cairo
Kust fcxpre-s, arriving in St.
LiiUia 8:."l P. m.; CbicaKO, .:.10, a.m.
220 p. m, CINCINNATI &L0UIS
VILLE FAST LINE
Airivinirl n Clnflnnati H:30, n.iu.; Louis
villi', H:ir, a.m.; ludinnapoli, 4.Ui a.m.;
1'a-Hcngers by tbis train arrive at aboe
OF ANY OTHER KOUTE.
1IO"p. tn. Fast Mail with meepers altaeti
" eil," for ST. LULLS and CUlCAliO,
wrivlng in 5t. Louis nt U::iO a.m. (Jbi
uaito at 4..'ii) p.m. Coiiiicctliijr at Odin
or Kiliuybam ttr Cincinnati, Louiavillc
FAST TIME EAST
iBScnL'crg by tbls lino uo tbrough to
the Ease without any delay caused by
I N HATUK1A Al-TKILNOON THAIJt
VltM CA1HO AltKIVKS IN NEW
YollK ilOSDAV MOIIMNU
& HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHKll BOUTK.
AtlvertlaumeiiU of compclim' lines Hint
titer make betlf r time than this one, am
are lusued nllhcr tlirotiirh lnoranee or a
ile sire to mislead tho public-.
or tliwiRH tlnkfU "nd Inlormatlon,
tiililr at Illinois Cimtral B. tt. Depot, Cairo.
" TRAINS AWnlVB AT CAIUO
2 tx p m
1: IS a. IB
.1 A.I. JOHNSON.
. ' ' Gen'l Southern Agt
U, Jo.-fS. Ticket Agt.
1 III: l:ii;hli "I the nlwite ordi r meni
nt II. Ml hull Hie Ilr.t and thiiil .Vluniluv
Ii eiu ii ili'intli. t.'oiiiiiii ruiul avenue. Id iloi.r
aoutli ol 1 -lit ntrvi'l, am p hi.
.loii.i Ii. lloi.'iK, O. M.
ASCAI.OS LODGE, NO. M.
Kiil'htaol l'ylhiaii, mwta every Frl
d-iy niKiit ul hiill-paat aoveii, in Odd
tViluwa' Hall. - - - llovva,
AI.I.X AM'KIt I.OIXiK, NO.
iiiii 'M'i.nriii unii r ui (nui-ri'i
Ihwh, urn irt every 'I huradiiy nixht
ul hall-iiael aeveo, iu their hall on
.'oiniinTi;ia! iiviniii', U-tween hi Ih an J Hevenlb
'nets S ill K. II ' wki.nh, N. 0.
r lAIUO l .VI AMI'MKNT, I. 0. O. Y., Itintl
a.in i li-Ki IIuWm' Hull on the IliUuud thud
I tiemtuy in every month, at hall-paet eevi n
. A . I ominiih, C I'
fAIIHil.ODOK. NO. ZTt, A. If. A A. M.
i loin n Kiiinr noiiiiiiiiuu'jiuoiia in JIo
mi: Mull, comer UilMiiereinl avinue
I KiiI.th Htni t, on tli second uud
iurth Mondav ol each month-
ItiTKI 01' AOVKKTISIHi.
I J-All billn foradvcrtlaitij, arc due and pay
able t! ADVA.'H a
TruuHii nt iulvi t;."iL will te inv rti-l at thv
rule ol II m) pi-r ti".itiu for thu firnt ine rllun
and r wnla for m h iilinejuetit one A lilnrul
!u;iyjunt will be iiui.lc on atunilluK an I dlnpl
For in.sert.nK Funerul notii e tl " Notice ol
rnevtiiiK of lodetiea or in.i;ret onlors oluU for
ou t lnavrtion
Church, tiock-ty, Ftlval und .Supper u.itii'ea
will only be inserted us advertisement
No advertlaemeut will be ro'lveil f.tleaa than
60rnw, and noaitvertliieiiientwill I iuwrli"!
iir ieaaKiiin time do'.lara per month
I.OC'AI. lU'MXI.MM MlTK i:h
Of tine sij'ituv (s lines hjjiiw-) or more, In
tiUitl la the lii i.i.Hi is a? follow.i ; (Lens
than one square, eouuli d us afe'inurc.)
One liisf rtlou per pinr - $ CO
Two iiiw rtiDiia per e'dare
TlirceliiHertluiij per sumiri.'
rfix InwTlions per S'juitre
Two weeks per square
One month i,er piinure
bpeeml rati'M tmi.le on larjre adverti-is
uiengi or lor longer time.
LOWER THAN EVER!
iiv.if.' lo 1!ic j.rftM'iit bard tlin etui
iMruily ol niouey, 1 v. id, IU I H-i- date,
Si-ll It rend nt Itoe. r doen, or !t
I.onvea for Oeitlit.
Al-o Cakes, l'ii , tic , at prep!iftioiiUlj
'1 hen.- 'ondi an. ol tiie very bi -t in t!.e
eily, and will I-1 ointin lid tie in-tl. i at-
j.i-(iriiT- from abroad will rccehe
I'rop'r Lriuti I'.al.ery.
I ' -mmeri-ial Ave., lo t. 4lh and tilli t.
airo, Ati;;u-t 'i. 1 -TT
View of Marriago !
outijiiil ii Tr'il.st Dii I tt
)i:tit ft iniTT-a- In
t'nr that ifif); ,r i if, f
rwi t-1 Bprotlili tirn tf. 1
iht Diicttifl fjf Weme'i,
I A ! f"r r-nvJt, ftw.i .:.
, ,,A l-HIVv 1 1 MEDICAL ADVISER!
;uie f..i. ii'.n Srvr
u-t --nt 't( t i. r-. .t;'jhi . iirn ! t.
A CLINICAL. LECTUHE cm m- ii-.r- .. . tr-H
ttfHi- rt hir Throat dm! Lui'f CAUrili.Huptujre. Lu
Opium Habtt.4r.,ptn nj ii.
J.i!i!trlKi"k dt M"pttnl t,n rr' ot plr: or " thrM,
r ..t,IHIi 'ii '.: . tri t'ltifll V r. .lif f ft-t. lut :.; fit,
Awui UH. h U i'l J, i- N. t.u a;, bu Lcu.i, Mo.
TL'lvSDAV, .ejiUMiber . 1T7.
l or Knle.
My il Aillinir liou-i; und lo'.ir lo'.-, Ua
the prctnisi'S are two Ltro hut hon!o.'.
tilled with plants. O'.vitiir to uoiitinticd
bad beitltb 1 will sell dieap, it plica
tion is made soon. I'ur inform it ion en
quire at Tabor llrus., or on tli premi-'es
near St. Mary's ln.i-p;t:il.
4c John J. Snxrnt.
t u.ro II itlia-t'iill mul Try I.'h iii.
llavinjr liclmrgHl Ir. Lower ar.tl
reiiovtiletl my baih roonis. with tlic addi
tion of a new receiver alter the latest
ami mo-t convenient style, I thall take
preat jileuwri! in Riving baths either
medieate 1 or otherwise, to all who may
eall on me.
Int I in. I). A in ni.
I lie I l-ropi Hil llolel-nediielii.il III
Mr-. Harry Walker, proprletross t
the Kuropean Hotel, lieing well aware
ol the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to all who may wish regular board
to sixteen dollers per month or four dol
lars per week, lor day hoard. In con
tieotion wilh the Kuropean Hotel is, a
first class restaurant, where oys.ttrs,
gatue and all other delieaeies will he
nerved at all bonis during day or nifrht.
Ivl. lliaxton has returned to LU old
stand in the Kciser hiiildinp;, where ho Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hi.s patrons und the public who
may favor him w ith it call. He ha gone
to considerable expense in litllnj; up n
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
ho 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
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
product) it are such as cold, Irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, nl'Iit
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
vc. In large cities where edgo tools
and agricultural implements arc niaiiti
lai Hired, tho grinder protects his lungs
lioiu the Injurious ellects of tho dust
living til the grindstone by wearing a
ropirator. Tho coal miner cro ho de
scends the shalt provides himself with a
safely lamp to guard against fire-dump.
Now It is equally necessary lor those
who arc brought in contact w ith any ot
the causes leading to intermittent fever,
to provldo themselves with that well
known nntl highly esteemed remedy
against It, tho home stomach litters. I
'I ho polite court bujliieks is pilled
Mr. Kent has gone to Chicago
on a brief visit.
Tho public schools oDi-ii one week
li'oni next .Monday.
i no rc''iiiiir meeting ol the l. airo
Temperance l.'niou will he held at Ir.
W'ardner's building to-night.
.Marx, the Ohio levee clothier, has
the llm-st stock of gents underwear and
ho.-lcry we nave ever seen In Cairo.
l atnllh s can be Mippled with choice
butter, sinall packages, ( all or send
orders to . I.elghton, !l Ohio Levee,
-Mrs. lir. lliinniiig, ol this: city, will
act as one of tho judges in awarding
premiums on woman's handwork exhib
ited at the Charleston (ajr.
Miss Alb-o Oxh-y and Mi-s Etta
Filkins, ot Ontralia, who have been
making a briel visit In Cairo, returned
home yesterday alternoon.
Oeputy Sheriff Jack llodgo will
move his family to Cairo shortly. Il
Iilvs rented the "Thornton bouse" on
Cudar street above Twenty-third.
Alderman Odium J. Foley lias accept
ed a place In tiie house of stratton il Liird.
He coinineccd only ye-terd iy morning
and already handles groceries Jlku a
The public has been humbugged so
often with worthless medicinal prcpara
tioes, iliat only a few good ones remain
In u-e. Or. IS'ill's lilood Mixture is one
ot III. in.
gjiue of ba-e ball plavnl by Die
Comets and North Kiiders on Sunday
aiierrioon, re.-uited in the dcleat oi the
Comet- by u score ot thirty-five to
The M:s.is.-iiii county, Mo,, lair,
which begins this morning at liarlcstrm.
it ii said will be of unusual interest. It
will h.-t lijiir days, and will draw
many Ctiiro people.
I'rofc-sor Alvord and wife, and Ali.-s
Kiuie Alvor.l, have returned home. .Miss
Annie Alvurl is in A.-h!ey visiting the
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. K. C. I 'ace,
tormerly ol ihi. city.
1 he clo-ing of tlic doors ol the busi-t.e-.i
houses of the Jewish merchants ol
tin-; elty ye.iterday "Vom Kippur"
was an evidence of their value to the
bii.-hie-s liitcrc-tsol ( airo.
If you want to b :y the finest an-1
nio.-t bc.iutiliii neek-tie you ever wort,
goto .M'irx, the Oltio I.eyee clothier.
There is no house in the city that can
show. i- line a -to'.-k as Marx.
Tho regular meeting of the JVinper
at.ee I jiimi ol Cairo, will be Ih IJ in Or.
Wardacr's building, Tue.-day evening,
September Is at eight o'clock.
Ii-.il.. ll.w;w;i.i., Secretary.
I'arci.ts cannot be too careful iu
guarding the health ot their babies. Only
a good and reliable medicine should be
given to them. Or. Hull's Ilaby Syrup
is known not lo contain anything in-
jurluii'. I 'rioo JO cerit-i.
Keep your tee th In good condition
and you will be happy. To do this you
must call at the dental rooms ot Cuniiinc
iS. Whitloi k. They perlorm nil the work
of the prtifcs.-ion in the most satisfactory
manner at the mo-t icasonalile jiriees.
The dental rooms of Or. Jocelyn are
at No. 14 Eighth street, w hero he is per
lormliig'iJ cntal operations of all kinds.
From tirtiiielal velums, (palates), to the
extraction ot teeth. All work warranted,
Satisfaction given, or ::o charges made.
In the circuit court yesterday the
case ol the people vs. Kasley and Allen
on a charge ol robbery was on trial. The
eve was not concluded nt, the adjourn
ment ot court last evening, and will
prohibit' take up the greater part ot to
day. Mr. Jake Hath, who has been to
Kuropo for about a year and a half, for
the benefit of his health, returned to
Cairo on Saturday, and has resumed his
old tort as cashier In the dry goods
establishment ot (ioldstine & Itosen
water. The usual installation of officer of
the Hibernian fire company took place
at the company's engine house last Sat
urday niiht. There was a full attend
ance ol the members of the organization
present, and a general good time was
The Padiicah lair comes off next
week, and it all those Cairo people who
say they arc going to visit I'aducah at
one lime or another during Its contin
uance don't back out when the time
comes, uuro win ne wen represented
from first to last.
The St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern railroad will run a special
train to Charleston during the tair,
carrying passengers at reduced rates.
Tho train will leave the depot in this city
at&oOcach morning, ami returning at
7::0 in the evening. '
Miss Ella Armstrong, who has been
In Shelbyvlllo for the past tour weeks,
visiting tho family ot our tormcr citizen,
W. V. Thornton, returned home on Sun
day morning. Miss-Ella Is one ot Cairo's
layoritc daughters, and her numerous
friends wore s'aJ to welcome her taik.
Among the arrivals at tho St,
Charles ytsterday wero;Mrs. C. It.
Webb and lutnily, St. Louis; William 11.
and Joseph Murdock, St. Joseph, Lu;
R. K. Koss, Itnstrop, Lo; J. 11. Hell, Mt.
Carmel; U. W. Tlukle, Paducuh; Charles
Pleasants, New Orleans and Ml-ss Mag
gie Kenney, of Ereeport.
Mr. Tom Morgan, w ho sunenntends
work at tho Illinois Central round house,
while helping to turn a switch engine
on the turntable yesterday, met with a
most painful and serious accident, which
will lay him up for weeks to come, ills
loot caught between the plunks of the
table and the stone wall, tearing his fclioe
ofland ttudhlng hh foot In u frlgbtlul
manner. He was attended by Or. Ward
Her, who dressed the wound and had him
removed to his hoarding house.
Mr. Henry IL Milburn, ol tho St.
Louis, Iron Mountain and Sonthern rail
road, left tho city for Princeton, Indiana,
by the Cairo und Vincenni H railroad
yesterday morning. Princeton is the
home of Mr. Mllbuni's mother, and ho
goes to that plueo for the purpose ol
looking after a large amount ot real
estate which it Is f-uld ho recently fell
heir to through the death ol a distant
I, tun tier.
Save your money by calling on J. S.
McG ahey, corner of Twentieth street an I
Washington avenue. Extra Inducement
olli-red on sidewalk lumber tor the next
thirty days. Also one carload choice
cypress shingles at bottom prices 1 w
'1 he housenold ellects of tho Lite Har
mon Able will be sold nt public auction
on Wednesday morning next, full par
ticulars of which will be trivcii to-morrow.
There will be a public examination of
teachers, held nt the high school build
on Friday and Saturday, thu 2S(h and
i'iltk ot September.
Mus. P. A. Tavi.ok,
Cairo, September 17th, 1-77.
liurleslon l air.
Out ing the continuance ot the Mi-s
sippl county fair w hich begins to-day at
Charleston Mo., the Iron .Mountain
Kailway will run a special train tor the
aceoniniouauon ot those desiring to
attend. Leaving Cairo at Win a. in.
Kcturnmg to ( airo at ,:.V) p.m. at re
duced rate.-. J. C. Zimmi.h,
Is Ihe title of u very fine new snrig, by
Miss Anna C. llilrs. The song has
takin a strong hold on the popular
fancy. No doubt there are thousands
who never lorgct the "Oenr Old Home
stead," where so many huppy hours
were spent in joyliilncss and glee, during
their childhood (lavs. Price -1(J cents,
viih splendid lithograph of a country
' Vis a place I shall ever remember,
Should I live to be fifty years old;
'1'was the home ol us all in our child
hood, And we prize it yes higher than gold.
Address all orders to F. W. Helmick.
publishers, No. 5d West Fourth St.,
N. 11. -Over 2cO second hand pianos
for sale cheap.
Worth itn IVi-Ulit in Uolil.
I'ndoubti dly the greatest modern dis
covery in medicine is OaCostn's ltadi
cal Cure lor dyspepsia, sick headache,
sour stomach,' costiyeness, biliousness,
loss of appetite, distress after eating, and
all disorders caused by indigestion or a
deranged liver. Its results are astonish
ing, and sure relief is guaranteed in
every case where it Is faithlully used. It
tones up the stomach, regulates the
liver, restores the natural appetite,
strengthens the delicate and expels all
morbid humors from ttie system. Ty
phoid and bilous fever might, in almost
every can-, be prevented by its timely
use. Trial size 23 cents. A very few
doses will relieve, and a little persever
ance cure you. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physic. Price 2.") cents Try it.
'I hut intense Hreeda IVNett-o
M a notorious fact. It Is then lore of vital
importance to check maladiea in their
birth, ere they have a ch nice to. develop
other and more dangerous disorders. As
a means ol checking complaints which,
if allowed to proceed, finally disorder
the entire system, Hostetter's Stomach
Hitters Is a medicine the use of which
cannot be too strongly urged upon the
sick nnd leeble. The lunetions 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
ami rheumatism, and invigorates the
nervous. Moreover, it is derived from
purely botanical sources, and in this, as
in every other respect, is superior to th
mineral remedies of thu pbarinacopo ia.
The Oora ('abler is the Kvansvillo
It is probable the late rid in will cause
a swell in the rivers.
The City of Vicksburg passed to Vieks
burg last evening with n good tripot
freight and people.
Tho Jim Fisk brought a good trip
last evening and will be on hand to-day
ogaln at tho usual hour for Paducuh..
The U. P. Schenck is receiving liber
ally here, and will have as on Item of
cargo about 10,00!) packages ol furniture.
ThoOeorge W. Cheek has been en
gaged in the Ohio river trado for some
time past, and Is en her way home to
The Susie Silver is loading at St.
Louis, and Owen G. Cites and W. V.
Anderson, late of the Common wealth,
arc her clerks.
Tho steamer Mollio Mahler struck a
rock near LcCluirc on the I'ppcr Missis
sippi und sunk. Her stern lies In water
over the holler deck.
The City ot Chester is tho Anchor
Line packet for Memphis to-day, dipt.
Zelgler commands, and Mr Henry
Deltrich, lute of the Capitol City, pre-.
sides in the office.
The Salvor No, 2 arrived from the
wreck of tho Arlington at Smithland on
Sunday evening, and on discharging the
muchluery saved lioin the wreck she will
go to St. I.ouis, unless otherwise ordered.
f'aptuin Miller's new boat that;is being
built ut Harmore' yards to take the
place ol the .Mary Houston, is to be
named after her predecessor, "Mary
Houston," The owners havo so unani
New Orleans Timet: It is not strange
tho capitalists ot the South and West do
not seek to develop our water routce? in
our relations with tho West we have no
need to dig canals. Nature has done that
for us, and the highway is abundant in
Its power, freo and untaxed. Properly
utilized it would defy competition, nnd
save tho people of the Mississippi valley
Irnni M to luo millions ot dollars yearly.
The fog on Saturday night was so
dense as to detain all steamers when
night overtook them. The C. W. An
derson lay at tho wharf all night and
until a late hour Sunday morning. The
City of Helena spent the night at the
mouth ot the Ohio and Ihe Belle Memphis,
coming down, remained at Greenfield's
irom early in the evening until alter
daylight. It was a regular old-fashioned
loir ol the London pattern, and naviga
tion was impossible wnile it lasted.
Oavk.ni'okt, Ia. Sept. 13. The Keo
kuk Northern Line Steamer, Hell La
Cross on her down trip struck a chain ot
rocks iu.-t above the bridge here and was
stranded. She was lying on the rocks
high and dry up to S o'clock to-night,
though efforts were. made to get her oft.
She was heavily laden with freight und
passengers. The passengers were
taken iuhore iu skiffs. The accident oc
curred about 1 this afternoon. It is
slated the lb II is severely damaged.
Wooniix ISDii.iiRs. The first boilers
used in me I'hiladelnhia water works
(iu lv.d) w, r,. iml(u ot- wood. They
were ri-ctaiigular chests, made of white
pine plunks live inches thick. They were
U feet square inside at the ends, und four
teen long in theclear. Braced upon the
sides, top und bottom with oak scantling
ten inches square, the whole securely
bolted together by 1 ', inch iron rods puss
lug through the planks. Inside ot tbis
chest w is placed a lire-box 12 by ij inches
lunjf, .si. ieei wiue, one toot ten inches
deep, wun vertical flues, six ot fifteen
inches diameter, and two twelve Inches in
diameter. Through these the water
circulated, the lire acting around them
and passing up into nn oval flue situated
just above the firebox, carried from the
back ol the boilcts to near the front, and
return again to the back, where it entered
the chimney. The lire box anil Htti.a
ippcur to have been made ut first ph.
tirely o ea-t iron. Great advantage was
at that time supposed to be gained by
tint nonconducting power ol tiie wood,
and also by the vertical flues In the fire
In ISill cut-iron boilers were snli;ti.
tuted in place of wooden ones. New
C.uno, Ii.lwis Monday FvritNo, l
There is no change worthy ol special
mention in the condition ot the market
here. Busiu-ss generally is fair though
not brisk, but all things considered, on r
merchants are doing a satisfactory busi
ness. The weather has been changeable,
and several heavy rains lave fallen since
our last report. To-day. a stiff north
wind has prevailed, and it is quite cool,
and heavy clothing is not uncomfort
There is no material change in the con
dition of the Hour market. There is an
active demand for medium grades and
prices are a shade stronger. The stock
of mediums, owing to the increased de
mand, is small. All other grades are
in good supply and lair demand, and
steady and firm at quotations
There is a fairly active demand for
choice white corn at -llfujl.'c in bulk.
Receipts are fair and about equal to the
demand Receipts of oats arc light.
The demand is fair and all that arrivees
finds ready sale at L'Cg,27c. There
are very lew on the ranket
There Is very little demand for hay, and
prices are low, irregular and weak. Re
ceipts are liberal and the supply on the
market large City meal is in lair
supply and moderately active demand.
Prices arc a shade stronger nnd quota
tions now mark . S2 3,Vu;2 -10, asainst
30t2.2 ?." at the date of our last report.
Country meal is in good supply
and quiet at $2 Vfi2 20.. Bran is in
good supply, and firm nt $12 per ton in
sacks, and SO in bulk. The demand i3 lib
eral Potatoes are In good supply
and receipts good. Prices are steady
at quotations Receipts of poultry
aro light, and tho supply on the market
light. The demand is active Re
ceiptsof choice butter is small, and the
market is almost bare. The demand is
good and prices a trille higher Eggs
arc scarce and In good demand. Re
ceipts are light, and there arc but tew on
Rates by river to New Orleans are 17Jc
per cwt; 22c per 100 on hay, and ;!.'e
per dry hbl.
Way rates are grain, 2-; flour, TiOc;
.y-Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices hero given are only lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders anil for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
The demand is lair and prices steady
and firm at quotations. Medium grades
are In light supply and good demand.
All other grades are In good stock.; Sales
100 bbls. Choice Family.... 0 20
UK) Straight Run 5 25
50 " Various Grades
on orders 4 50(2tl "3
loo " Fancy Family 0 75
225 " Various Grades
on orders 5 257 00
300 " Various Grades
on orders 4 77iJ0 75
25 " Family 5 73
23 " XXX 3oo
The demand lor com Is fair and
prices a shade stronger. Tho supply on
tho market Is fulr, ond receipts liberal.
Sales noted were 3 oars white In sacks,
50c; 4 cars white mixed, In bulk, 45o.
The demand for oats Is good. Re
ceipts are fair and about equal to the
wants ot the uiaiket. Prices are steady
at quotations. Sales reported were 1
car good mixed in hulk, 27Jc; 1 car
choice mixed in bulk 27c; 1 car choice
mixed in sacks 31c; 1 car choice northern
In sacks 32c; 2 cars choice mixed In sacks,
Tho market Is well supplied, and re
ceipts liberal while the demand is light,
and prices low nnd weak. Sales roted
were 1 car good mixed, $10; 1 car choice
Timothy, $11; 2 cars choice do., $11; 1
car choice Timothy. $11; 1 car choice
City meal Is In fair supply and mod
erately active demand at $2 35(3,2 40.
Country Is plenty and dull at $2 10
2 20, Sales noted were 250 bbls. City,
2 33fj2 40; 100 bbls. country kiln dried,
$2 15(2,2 20; 25 bbls. do., $2 20.
linn is in good supply and steady and
firm at $12 in sacks, and $9 in bulk.
The demand Is fairly active. Sales were:
f0 sacks, $12; 000 sacks, $12; 100 sacks,
Receipts of potatoes trom country
wagons are large, and the stock on the
market is good. The demand Is fair, and
prices steady at 3540c per bushel, and
$1 25(51 50 per barrels,
Receipts of poultry Is light and the
supply on the market small. The de
mand Is good and prices steady at quo
tations. W e note sales ot -I coops young
chickens, $1 75o:l; 2 coops old hens
There is no choice butter on the mar
ket, and the djtnand is urgent and
prices stronger. Common and low
grade is plenty and dull. Sales noted
were: 13 packages northern dairy, 18c;
5 packages, Wisconsin, 23c; 15 packages,
Southern Illinois, 13(T)14o; 100 lbs.
Southern Illinois, 15c; 250 lbs choice
Southern Illinois, 19.
There aro very few eggs arriving, and
the market is almost bare. Prices are
firm at 1314c, the latter price being
principally for strictly choice in small
boxes. We note sales of 9 packages, 13c;
2 boxes, 13Jc; 200 dozen, 13c; J00 dozen
In patent cases, 14c.
Sales were 1,000 lbs. clear sides, 9c;
10 packages canvassed sugar cured
hams, 11 Jc.
Siles lard were: 4 tierces prime kettle
rendered, 10c; 10 kegs do, lOJe.
We note prices as follows : Prime live
geese, 40c; mixed, 25(35c.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides are worth dry Hint, 13(i16c;
Green suit, CJ(,7c; green, GoTUc. Sales
tallow were 450 lbs. 7(7c.
Sales salt were 430 bbls. Ohio river,
Choice bright pealed dried apples are
worth 3($3c; peaches, u5.J.
3 AFFORD M0BRI3
T3 OHIO LEVEE.
City Httioaaj Bank Building, np-itairl.
?he Oldest Established Ajrenoy In (krtttkj
em xiiinois, repressnunir dtw
tB5 OOO OOO
BOOTS &SH0 ES
Coffee, Sugar fc Syruu,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
O. D, WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
JU. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
PKLALattcntloi (Itch t eoniiaromenU and
Wholesale Dealer in
0313), Corner Twelfth and
1CK ly the Car Load or Ton Will
packed for shipping.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT K0TICI.
Special Warrant No. 1. '
I'utdio Built It hereby fives Out tli wuaiy
court el A leundr county lu rasrd JudcaMni
for a pec nil aucwnuat upon property kamtttd
by th following lmprovinBia f iioewaia, le-wit;
North aide llih vtreel betwoen Coaimerclal arcsns
and foplar itraei
South ld Hth K.i.,n r.jm
u and Poplar tlrttt
South .Id U,h itiet betWMs Com QMrdal avMu
and W aihintton avtnus
North aid 14th biwn Waahhulea anau tad
n alnut (treat
iv... .i,i. ur.v.!-. ... ....
, - ' Ira bciwccb ilia urn
South tide 14ih ttM -
ueand W.laut .in "
'"? wathlngtoa avtnu btww. Tenia
and Twelfth mm
West lid Porjlar ibw. ll ... ...a
Routh sM. K . 1 m . .
- - ... .: wiwcra vrainiawioa
avtnu and Walnut trt
.J7 ST V, 7U ' Comnntdal avtaut)
ana Waahinpon arenu
.Ja ,.' betwtea ComBMrdal avtaas
ana Washington avonu
North lid l-iih street front! rij Lvu urtet
.,.XorI1', mt -'oatattM arcam aartaii
Coraet Lev and 4th stmt south ild
South sids 4th stmt between I t & H stria aid
Corner Commercial avenu and south ltd lad
Corner Levee street south aid 8th stmt
North tld llthitreet between Waabingtaa av
enue and Poplar meet
Comer Uvt and 4th stmt north side
North tide l.Sth strmt bttwna W atJunfMi avaa ur
and Walnut stmt
North tide lth stmt btwcen Walnut aad Cedar
North aide 18th meet betwtca Lttu ttr aad
IC RR strip
North lid 18th street between ICR A sir Is asl
North side :)th street Vtwwo I C E R ttrlf sod
bouthaidalieth street betwsta tm Mnet sad
IC RK strip
West tide Poplar street twtwrca. 17th aad Ilia
Sonth side Sth stmt between Leer street aad
Commercial avenu . . -
West side Cedar street Iwaiwa 1.'.th mmA las.
West lid Levee street between Sta awd Uth
As will more fully appear from th certified copy
of the judgment on file in the office of the clerk of
the city of Cairo, 111. That a warrant lor the col
lection tit SUch BUMMM, im I. .k. k.A. L
undersigned. All penooa interested are hcraby
nouliect to rail and pay tae amount asietsad, at
the collector's office, I 'ft t'nmmnriil nesaa. allots
.'Hi .lav. fpnm ,V. .I... t .
, t, , LJ B-,F' PARKKf.tMt.rti,.
Dated this 24th day of August, A. 1. VT1.
BANKRUPT SALE, .t
t-TA V B MILL AT AUCTION. "
II y virtue of an onler of the Dlatrl it Court of
the Cm ted Sue a, Tor tl e Southern District nt
lilinoia, 1 will on
THUUSOAV. OCTOBER lis. 1ST7. ' "
A, tha hnllr nf .l.vm a'mIaS. a a
preruieta, at i orman, In th. County ot Joos
aon, ami Siate of Illinois, offer at public ven
due, to the hifc-heet bidder, th flne stays Mill
lately owned snd occupied by Crao 4t Basa.
of Forman, Illinois, now Bankrupt, toarwUMt-
Wllhall th htlllilintra .nil k..hl.
I11K to said mill. '
We hare here, anil will aJI av..iV. I.-fc,t.a.
Is neceaaary, tor entering si one upon aa ex
tensive business ia cutting ataves satf beawil&f.
Among the property to be sold are th follow
brick engine room attached, a steam soalassad
Knll.. ...n ... , T
""-'- 1 mamiii uuact, ai aunerva eieaia pasaa
wun pipe ana uoae aiucnea, aawi, (nailateaaas,
cars, an equal nine machine, a suvseuttinf aaae-
' 1 n m mmwvm
KhlM , I . .. lr.n n..kU
-' ,. jH -", niiiaa
yuiiuiDK uiacuujo, ueaiunif joinusg roaoaiA,
a headine tnmlne mehln. .tm Vil. . !
ahiaKls saw, ejualir.tne saws, osacay saws,
thick aswa, its Jointer knives, h ratlins Malar
kui-ea, plainer, etc t alao a BlackauTui a Sea
and tools, t barn and hay roon, eopr shop
snd barrel ahop, and all aeosssary sksda fcr
wa.-i, m;.mh. Mj.w! wiwaMaraaiaB
tereat la lir acres of land, on which tha shore
described buildings stand. Tha lsassnuuiac
upwards of twelve years. Facilities for skip-
nr.ni -bIImH ni.. Jt 11. -1 1A . -
llieds uaeil for storing material. Titers Is plntr
ui ajuvu iiuiucr urms una uiiu, ana a steeaj saet
eonaunt demsad for all tks stock It earn turn
l.ook out for a bargain. Now Is tt.t tlxos to
buy. Krom thi time forward business caa ha
done upon a rlalng market,
TKrUlS OK BALE. One-third cask la head,
one thlnd In six months, sad ona-tklnl la
twelve months from the day of sate, tha 4a
ferred pa v menu to draw six per seat lataaTeat,
aad to be secured by Uncxanoasa iiasaoaal
secuiity. Inquiries can b addrssdlo the
untler.igned ai Cairo, Illinois, or t JonaL.
Mulrey, st Fornua, Jlllnol.
, ... . . OJTORfJR piaitR.
Csiro, Ills., Sept., 1, :7. , AsslgMa.
Notice it hereby iven that by virtue of aa order ot
the diatrict court of the United States for tae
Southern diltrict ofl lllnois, in the matter of
Claiborne Winston, bankrupt, I will on the
14th DAT OF SEPTEMBER, 1R7,
at th front door of the court house ia Cairo, Alex,
andcr county, Illinois, commencing at M rdeck a.
m..icllat public auction the following described
teal estate, of the said Claiborne Winston, to-wit:
Undivided yt yt te.'i section S7 township Urease
Undivided ,j sc tw'i section 27 township 15
range 2 west
Undivided X nw Si section S4 township 14 rang a
N S te't1 lection 35 township 14 range, west
Sw w t, section 25 township 11 rang t west
Sw sH section 81 township 16 nujfel west ,
Ne) section 12 township IS ranee I west ..
NwX se.'t section -1 township li range S west
F.K nw4 section 14 township 14 range S west
Ne'e tela, lection township IS rang 3 west
SwM section 20 township li range S watt
KH awa section th towoahip la range Iwett
E nw l section 39 township 16 range I west
8 w section 36 township 14 rang 2 west
m Kction 1,1 township It nreg 2 wett
WS tH seciioa 7 township Is range I west
tim section 3D township 1 rang 1 Weal
Nw nK section .10 township 16 range I went
KeK neNi section 26 township la range iweat
SeH neH section 21 township 1 5 range 2 west
ill in Alexander ceunty IUinou .
Ke section 1 township 15 range 2 east J "
Se corner ol v section 1 township IA nage 2
In the the county of Pulaski and State of Illinois;
Lots to, J SO, 20 and X, In block If, and lot 21,
In block Ml. and lots 30 and 31 . in block 32. all in tae
first addition to th City of Cairo, coaaty of Akta-
l (' an:
anucr, sua ouiv. ui lumois.
Lots 23. 24. 20. and 2C In lbs Hotel Addition tn
the City of Cairo aforesaid.
The terms of the sale are One-fourth rash tad
the balance in three equal paytntntt at sis, twelve
ano eighteen month, with aevea per cent inaareat.
secureu oy aeea ot trust on eremite tout.
Bids for any of laid real ttat will be received
up to day of tale by H.J. Itewleyor Seanwl P.
Wheeler at Cairo, J, TAYLOR SMITH.
NOTICR TO CONTRACTOM
Omcior nn Citt Ctsax, t
Cairo, Ills., Sspt. , lr77, J
SDecial DTODoaals will be received at this atfeea
until a o'clock p. m., Thursdsy . Sep, to, 177,
for th filling snd gradiag of Walaat ateei
between Eleventh and Fourteenth street. Alee
of Slith street between WssblngM aTtttas and
walnut street. - ,
The amount of All In each to be let) kwitlM
yards, and made under th supervision aaeV di
rection ot the committee on streets.
Pro po salt will be received for eaoa, or seta
Th right to rejtct say or all bids is reserved.
Dealer in Fresh Heat
Batweea Waskiavrto tuU
J. D. VEiNE, Vtvjhe
.. . .
Latefof llseJSt Cksrl. .' '
RATES: I3.C0 PE3 DA7
University of Vircirln
Opoas thatalsw I, coattwas, ttwatajk ssna
oath. Itbotgaaatsdlatcatelsea ah elsntwe
system, with full oasstaea ha Oaitist. ftteaea twtla.
practic la Chesticsl aad Physical lahewtawteak
Uteramre ia Law, Med'ciee, tegiaeiriag, Hslatel
History and PraeaeaJ Agriewlear. K lis-
Ch.lmaeof the faev-ty! Pes -, raresrMvy
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