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.'ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
."et. Anv business firm can have th ratline
pace, In this column under appropriate heading
tine rate 01 si. on per month or sis per year
eyauie innrieny in wivum1.
Inrilwnre, moves) land Tin Wnr.
A. HAI t.KT-IValiY In fllovM.TInitnit Hard
flare, Gai'lrn and Farmer Implements, Wire
.i.O'la, livtriireniKr", "' i.aiuirrn.
1'i CoinmiTclal Avenue, tiutlrrmg, till1 1 ''ill
Work ilu ri? n short uutiee.
.1. S.McOAIIEYnrulcrinlmnl and sofllnm
ler, flooring, ceiling, aiding and aiiriaued
UuiklM-r, lath ami shingle. Olluii Mini yanl
uiruer Twentieth street ujkI WusliiiiKtun avenue
LANCASTER UlCK-Dealers in Hn,h.
loots, blinds, etc., hard ami noil luiulier and
lilngles. Yard anil olbce. Cummin IhI avenue,
oruer 17th etreet.
I). HAUTMAN Dealer In yueenswiire, Toys,
Lamps awl all kinds of laucy aiticl-at. Cuiiiiuer
ul avenue, corner ''Hi street.
WILLIAM WINTE It-Sixth street between
oiniueri:lal avenue anil Waaliingtim avenue.
. Clothing and Meri'lmnl TMIorliis-.
JOHN ANTWM-Merchsnt Tailor ami Mir
lu Ki mi y Mwlf Clothing. W Ohio vi.
KvhI Dalnte Ag'Hlca.
M. .1. ItOWLEV-IUftl Kstute Agent. Iluys
and sells real etUle, collects renin, pays turn
lor unn-rvHiilcnts.clc. Commercial avenue, be
I v. een N intli anil Tenth Street .
Cottoti and ToInuxo Factors aii'l vnr
iir.elor ill the fanner' i oliuci it vt urelivu e,
i! at id Comminerciai Avenue.
j General Forwarding ari'l ComminnioD
merchant, for Hie sale ol rutin, liuiden, Or
chard ami Dairy Produce. e'.'QIiio Levee.
EA. WIIKEI.OCK A t:o.
Oenera! Forwurdintf and (' itimlslon
meridian U, ami dealers in all kiwis rf fruit ami
Produce. M Ohio lvw, I-0 r i -i liini-li La Uc.
led, KU'Ui.ila furniidied oil application.
K. F. Hunkers Blltrr Wine nl Iron.
1 til truly valuable tonic baa bun 10 thor
oughly iarled by all classes of Die toiuiiiunity
tliat it la now deemed Indiatienmlile an a tome
medicine, It costs but litile, purihVe tlx:
bloodand give tone to the sturr.uj h, nnuvntea
tlie system and prolongs lile .virybiy
should bav it.
for the rare or n eak .stomachs, . nerul in
bility, iniliKeation, iimeaaca i.i the htiina:b
and lor all caaet r-)iur inn a tonic.
'Jhia wine meluitea the moat agreruhle ami
elUr.ient aalt ol iron we iii-n -l.llrai oi
uuurnetlp oaule coiubineil ill' the moat cm r
freik of all TeKeiahle tniia Icllow IVruvmn
Ho you want aotuetliinK U aln iiKthin you
liovoii warn a K'J'1 app 'tite t
llil you waul KH rut of nt rvimaiii ta '.-
Ixi you want energ-y
10 you want to aliep Well !
' Xiu you want lo liuil'l up your conalitutmu
Io you want to feel well v
you want a brirk ami viK.rM f tlinir '
If you i.o, try KL'NXfcl.'H HI II Ml Wl.SK
I onlr aak a trial of thin (treat nieilicme!
Ileware of counter!!, an huru r Kilter
Wmeo. Iron ia the only mre am! erfeeiiwl
remedy in the know n world lor the iTiimneiit
:ure of Dyapejiaia and Iiehility.an'l there are
a nuralier of nmtatiuna orfied lo the puMie,
I would caution the community to imrrhi'e
nune but the genuine ami le, maiiufai'tured by
E. Kui.kel, anil baviEK bla aump on the cork
of every bottle. 'Die very I'aw-t that others are
trying to iniltaie thia valuable medicine, prove!
iu worthaud "(mvU Toiuinea in it lav r. Get
liieKenuine, t. V. Kunkel'a.
.SMdoulyin VI bottiM, SuM l.y ilrii)riite
And dealera every where. K. '. hunkel, I'ro
onetor, Nor'ti Ninth atreet, l'hllailelibia,
TAPE WOUM REMOVED ALIVE.
Hiawl and all on-plvte in two lioiirn. No
fr till head paaam. Seat, I'io and Momurh
Uonua removed by Jir. Kunliel, !S". North
Ninth atreet, I'liilmklpbia, Ira, S rid for r ir
oilar or ak you drui;t(il lor a bottle of Ir.
Iviui)ir WanuSyrup. It never tails. Trice tl
l'nt'kar il Keat niil ( umlorl f u
Mra. Henry Ward livecher, whoHt-Iioiko
bold knowledge nd perfect lioucxty no
one presumes to doubt, ri-omnjfn'llioup-keepera
to ni-u Wathiiie, the new nubtitut
for soap. Sim saya elic ia plea-vd with it.
It las great saver oi time and labor, und
can uo more Injure elotlilng than common
warm water. Mr. Bee' ter is rilit.
Wabine has many rt advantages over
aoap. It Wiflics In one-third of the lime.
It almost entirely doei away with rubbing.
Wasben a well in hard water ts soil. It is
the only article known that will preven
woolena trom bbriukin(.'. Other urlwles
islsomewhut inwahlo(,', but they injure
the clothes. Waahine pusitie)y will not
Tbene are some of the qualities which
have made Wasbinc o popular ainon the
intelligent housekeepers ot America.. All
who are not using Wusbiuo will not regret
It if they take pedal pains to procure, auil
i;ive It a trial, l'rlco, b and 10 tents. Sold
ly all urocers.
ilminv ri'lief to om roiinit men Ir
tb tfTecU of errtirs and abuses In,
aor.eS and circulrua sent free in eale v
"2 enveli'iies. Addirss llonn As-g
CO Wis(miatioi,41 I N. Ninth t. l'hila-y
CO idelphia. I 'a- An imtltutlon hav- m
lna hlt-h reHiuation lor honor-"
Mahle conduct and professional'
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Cireci Connecilsa TSasternLines
Tralna Leave Cairo
2:20 p.m. Fast f.xprc., arriving In St.
Loulri H:60 p. m.; Chicago, 7;W, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
ViLLE FAST LINE
ArrlvlnRl n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, H:25, a.in.t Indlanapolin, 4.1ft a.m.;
PasBengcrs by thin train arrive at above
OF ANY OTflEB SOUTE.
l:30;p. m. Fast Matt with aleepcrs attach
' ed. for ST. LOUIS and CUICAOO,
arrivins in St. Loufi at U::iO a.m. Chi
cago at M p.m. Conneuting at Odin
or EUintfham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fMsengera tiy this lino go through to
. the aai without any delay caused by
l'be SATURDAY AKTKHNOON TRAIN
r'RM CAIRO ARRIVKS IN NKW
yORft MONDAY MOHMNU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
i OF ANY OT1IKR KOUTK."
Advertlaflmentt of eomnetlmr lines that
they make bettor time than this one, art
are tuned eltber thronga Ignorance or a
desire tdmlnlead the public.
icor through tickets. and Information,
muly at Illinois Central. R. R. Depot, Clr.
TUAINS AWUVi AT CAIH0
Cipreis ii hh .... mtH.iw.MHHmSt'y p m
tall - l:.in,
, . , J AS. JOHNSON,
i . Gcn'l UouihernJAgt
. i: U. JoH, Ticket Agt.
tj earlv lifo. Maiih.xl Ileatored. 1m-M
. i r IH.-Ilmeiita t marriaiin reiuoved . i pq
i 2;ew Bietbod of trfcitmeiiU New'K,
r . j: ami reniai Kaoie n'mun. j,
The kiilKhN of the above; nrdir meet
at their rial I the llrvt and third MoiiiIhv
n nu ll luoutlu Couilneri:iul avenue. 'M ilimr
aoiitu oi urn airee i, ni p iii.
Joiih I). Iliil iki, 0. f!. M
A8CAL0N LOUGH, NO. 111.
ALKXAM'hU LOIM.K, NO. tJ
Indi'ia ndeut Unlir of Oibl-f i l
Iowa, iiiia ut eivry Iburailay ninht
at hull luutl fteveu. In their hall on
iiMiiiiwrt'ial aveiiiie, between hintli and Heventb
rU t. I), ItkXlollU, N. O
'1AIHO KNCAMPMKNV, I 0. O. f.. meets
vin O'hl-Kellowa' on the tirnt and tliinl
I in aday lu every inoiiUi, at half-pant aeviri
C CAIItDLUIKiK. N0.?;f7,A.if. 4A. M.
?Vr Jlohl revulur coiiiiuuiiiiwtioiis in Ma
jtiC mniio Hull, corner Ctiiiiinereial avenue
' " aml K i k 1 1' atreet, on the teuoiid and
'.iiilh Molina.' of eaeb month.
HAI LM Of AIVKHa ll.c7.
li-All bllll fur advertiHinif, arc due and pay
able IN ADVA !f cat
Tranaieat advertiiiiiK will be iiii.crtcl ut the
rate of 11 W) peranuure for the first Invrtion
and V1 ci nta for eucb subsiiURnt on A liliural
iliwwiint will be nuide on auiuiliiiK uud dipl
t or inaertihK t uiK.rul nutb tl "J Notice oi
mwtiuK of ancltttlea or secret oi'U m Hi cenU for
Church, Hociety, yeatival ami Hupper notices
Will only tie Inserted as advertisement
No advertisement will be received at less than
Ui cents, and no advertisement will be iiiaerted
aVr li as than Din e dollars per month
I.Ui'AI, ItrNI.M.HM JVOTK IH
Of tint- H(iiun: ( liiiM Kpitfc) or more, in
eertt'd la tlie Hui.li.tin uh follows : (Lwis
than oik! H'ptare foiinti.'d as stjiiure.)
One insertion per fumn $ M
Two iiiHeitionii per s'laare-
TlireciniMTtioiiK per fquart! 1 00
.Six inn:rtlons per s'lUiiro 1 73
Two wec;kn jmt sijuure 2 50
Orm month pir wjimrt! :i SO
Hloiai rnti-H friiiibi on litro alvcrtH(
montfl or for longer tltnn,
View of Marriage !
VfWLMBBffmBA)iiidto Wedlock ti
rifuUntJfcl 'Irt-Aiiea uti ttm
luti'f ol marrtsir trt'l tlm
'arimthat unfit ter it iUp
Tti ff H'-produf tlon mil
'ti Dm f Wotnpn.
A tfw-ai (or priiaf1, ronsul-
HHtVAIL MtOICAL AOVISrR!
fn lldmr-lfrtot a Private Niiiure hnhii trm fl?.f
Abu, Exr?eaA, ut Biuret D ism (,, u.v
Ui-afw"r-urt, '.".'4 .tr'nB'f. (irni u l.
A CLINICAL LECTURE on th atwiT A wmhh imI
th'Ma irt inr Throat aixl Lunga.CatArrii.Huptur, Usa
Op mm llJibit.Ai ,p'if Ioks
t.iUtkt k nt tafntptifi rtn mt'jA of prr-. or tV, thret
itta!Hil!if 'lp t t'. tiilihji ii.mtril.i). t t 7.1 rli.
AddJt.. DE. LUXTa, Jw. U H. uiii rn. bt, Liou.a, Mo.
WLDNKSDAV, September 20, W7
Freih B.iltimore oytrn, rnw, atewftd
or fried, at all houra of th day or nlxht,
at Harry Walker's Crystal Saloon. 0t
The New Vork fitoro selU more gitmls
than nny other lion"; in Southern 1111
noi. Anwer beriiu-ethey Eel ch(!i)icr.
There will be a public cxiinuuation ol
t;ac'it-r, ln l'1 at the liili sthoul build
on Friihy aii. Saturday, tlm 'iih and
L:ith ol September.
Mil. I'. A. Tavloi;,
i ounty SuperiiiU'tideiit.
Cairo, September 17lli, 177.
l lie l iiriipeim Ilnti'l -necliull ,11 In
Min. Marry Walker, proprietrf of
the KuroK.an Hotel, being well aware
ot tliu stringency of money, hm reduced
rates to all who may wl.-.h regular board
to sixteen dollers per month or four dol
lars per week, lor day board. In con
nection with the Kuropean Hotel is a
first class restaurant, where oysters
game and all other delicacies will be
served at all hours during day or nitrht.
tal. Uiaxton has returned to his old
Ktaud In the Ueiscr building, where be is
bettor prepared (ban ever to accommo
date bis patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call, lie has gone
to considerable expense in littitij tip a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
lie has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. He 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
produce it are such ns cold, irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
e. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural Implements are manu
factured, tliu grinder protects his lungs
from the Injurious cllccts of tho dust
Hying oil tho grindstono by wearing u
respirator. The coal miner ere ho de
scends the sbalt provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against lire-damp.
Now It Is equally necessary lor thoso
who aro brought In contact with any of
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
agaiiibt It, the home stomach bitters.
Worth IH Weight in Hold.
Undoubtedly the greatest modern dis
covery In uicdiuluo is DaCo.ita's Radi
cal Cure lor dyspepsia, sick headache,
sour stouiuch,; eostiyeness, biliousness,
loss of appetite, distress after eating, ami
all disorders caused by Indigestion or a
deranged liver. Its results are astonish
lug, and sure relief U guaranteed in
every caso where It Is falthlully used. It
tones up tho stoiuucli, regulates the
liver, restores tho natural appetite,
strengthens tho delicate and expels all
morbid humors Ironi tho system. Ty
phoid and bllous fever might, in almost
evory vase, bo prevented by Its timely
use, Trial size '25 cents. A very few
doses will relieve, and a llttlo persever
ance cure you. Sold by Barclay rtros.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Picas
ant Worm Syrup, which Is sure death to
worms, rieasantto take and requires
no physic. Price 25 ccuti Try It.
Ij J IiniKbtn of I'ythlaa, meeta overy Ti
f- tL3 ilnynl(bt at hull-punt aeven, in ()d
Tho ijuliiliulu of tlie police courts lor
the pint two weeks Iiih liet n remuikiiblo
A liltlu ruin would liu uppreeitiled
just now. We lmvc dust "till you can't
rest." ' '
-The Jim Vki will sell tl. kets to Pn
iliii'ah ami return during the (air fur two
dollars and lifty cents.
Work, on alderman Tom Halliday's
new house Is progressing. The luiiiida
tion is about completed.
And now Halt llcKVe eumes to tho
front with another one. It 1m a girl nnd
nit in an appearance on Monday innrnng,
i in- v ii.ii ii.-idii infu uau eiut) point;
i ... . .. .
to aim nexj, week for the purpose ol
getting even w ith our boys, it they can
If your coii.-tilution is broken down
or you find it necessary to purify and
cleanse the blood, use Dr. hull's Ulood
Iho I'rcfchyte.nan prayer meeting
will be held to-night. The evening will
be devoted to prayer for tlm suecess of
the Sunday School.
Just received and for sale choice new
Cranberries, at Win. Trigg's Washing
ton avenue grocery store. They are the
llrst of the season and strictly choice. It,
All the members of Lieutenant ). W.
Lockwood'B coast survey corps have
arrived in Ibis city. They will no to
work in the Lower Mississippi within a
Dr. J. J. (jordon and wile returned
to Cairo yesterday morning. The mini-
eruu friends of the doctor and his esti
mable wile welcome them, and wMi
them a long and happy life.
--Mr. II. If. Milburn, ticket agent ol
the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and South
ern railroad, w ho has been spending the
past two weeks with bis mother In
I Vinri ton, Indiana, has returned.
The Alexander county eiieuit court
will come to an end some time this week,
as the I'ula'ki county circuit court con
venes on Monday next and Judge linker
will have to be there to convene it.
.Mayor Winter, at ids stoic on Com
mercial avenue near Sixth street, receives
daily the choicest Mobile oysters in bulk,
which he is sidling at 7.1 cents per loo.
They are elegant. Try them. lit
The Padticab lair commenced ye-ter-duy,
and will continue five days. We
under-tand a number of Cairoltii s will
go up to night in order to be there to
morrow, when the principal races tal.t
Col. John Wood Is vi.-iting friends in
Wi-consin. lie will not return to Cairo
until after the meeting of the Masonic
grand lodge, which takes place in Chi
cago sonic time during the first wck in
llill Dailey, to w hom the contract for
tilling Walnut street between Kleventh
and Fourteenth streets was awarded,
will commence the work a.: soon as tlte
"stakes are set" by which he i- to be
guided in doing the work.
We are pleased to learn, as will he
his numerous other friend-, that Mr.
James liugg of Paducah, who has been
fullering for the past week with hemor
rhage of the lungs, is much better, ami is
now oil a fair way to recover.
A couple ol drunken pios.itutes
mado their appearance on the strwt in
the vicinity ot Thirteenth street and
Washington avenue on Monday, and cut
up some high old capers. They got en
tile streets before the police dropped on
Among the arrivals at the St. ( hades
yesterday were K. M. Smith and II. W.
Ward, Poplar Bluff; I!. W. Wake, Ed
dyville, Ky; J. P. BarteU, Arlington, Ky;
Wm. Eiteubtirg and Prank II. Parsons,
St. Louis; Paul Smith, Vlcksburg; ). 1).
I.andis, New Orleans,
The Bulletin was yesterday honor
witli ii call from Mr. Louis Herbert, ac
companied by Mr. Joseph ilollaender,
traveling correspondent ot the Cincinnati
Aiidid-I'mil, and Mr. J Buchanan, general
agent for Christian Moerlln, the great
brewer ot Cincinnati, who arc both in
the city on business.
There was a big crowd ol people at
the barbecue at Wllburn's, about twenty
miles above this city yesterday. Several
candidates were there and "got In their
work." JIayor Winter was there and
helped the boys out. Horse racing, foot
racing and dancing were tho reatures 'of
In tho circuit court thecascof.Jiuncs
M. Marshall vs. John V. Carter, for the
posession ot tho Mound City railroad, Is
still on trial. Judge W. II. Green and
S. P. Wheeler, Esij., appear lor Mr.
Carter, and Messrs. Mulkey, Linrgar
and Lansdcn for Mr. Marshall. The
case will In all probability continue for
several days yet.
How to rid that portion of the city
lying between Sixth and Third streets of
the numerous bawdy houses there Is Just
now an Important question with some of
the city authorities. It is almost certain
that an effort to close up a
lot of tho duns there will be made before
long, but how It is proposed to do the
work is more than we can tell. 1
I, Tramps and beggars arc uncomfort
ably numerous, ami it Is a heavy tax on
our clticns to bo compelled to feed them
all. Nearly every citizen is called upon
to help support one or more of those fel
lows daily, and it Is a greater burden than
most our people are ublo to bear. Some
thing should bo done to rid the city of
the presence of at least some ol these
Mr. Uen. Wilkinson, v ho lormerly
occupied a position In tho olllco of the
Cairo it Vluccnncs railroad here, is' now
tho assistant of Mr. J.C.Zlinmer, freight
agent of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern railroad. Mr. Wilkinson, since
his retirement from the Cairo $ Vluccn
nes road, has spent most ot his time In
Indianapolis but he has cmie back to
Cairo to stay,
The executive committee ot the Ex
celsior Literary ond Social Club have
about completed all arrangements for
their party at tho St. Charles on Friday
night. Invitations have been extended
not only to tho friend of the club in
(.'aim, but to many acquaintances, lu all
tho neighloring towns, and the indi
cations for a large attendance are very
Minerva Hurley, one ol Cairo dis
tinguished colored daughters, got on a
terrible bender on Monday night and, it
Is said, threatened to annihilate the entire
lower end ot town, but iho didn't.
Minerva, however, created considerable
excitement by mashing a darkey on the
head and letting a quart or two of blood
out of him, Minerva Is very bid medicine
w hen she gets her temple milled.
A bright and bcautitul child shows
in its very expression tlut its babyhood
was not associated with opium, cordial
etc, for the continued Use of opium is
antagonistic to health. That valuable
and highly recommended remedy lor the
disorders ol babyhood, Dr. Hull's baby
syrup, Is, absolutely free frora morphia
and all other dangerous agents, and can
be safely employed at all times. Only
9.1, perils ner lutrrlit
We see by the published report ol
tiie proceedings ot the M. K. Conference
which closed on Monday last that the
Jtev. J. D. Gillham w ho has been in this
city for two years past is booked for
Cairo and Litchfield both. Private ad
vices however say that Mr. Gillham goes
to Litchlield and that Kev. A. P. Morri
son who was stationed at Alton last year
has been sent to 'Jairo. We understand
that Mr. Morrison is an able man and a
good minister. The members of the
church here are waiting anxiously 'o
learn the truth ol the matter.
The following were among the arri
vals at the Arlington House yesterday:
L Wilford and wife, Belknap , III; Thos
Mizell and mother, New liurn-ide; I'rof,
.Mollat, Dan Illet's cirus; Dr. I A Cihb-i,
Thebes, III; II B Corthook, Chicago, 111;
Samuel Sloan, Clarion, Pa; !' L Slocuin,
ieo. lleincr, W B I Jose, F Ha ward Wm.
iilber, St. Louis; Judge II G Carter,
Mound City; 11 Walker, Fort Wayne,
Texas; Win II Clusky, Hickman, Ky ; A
Dltickey. Pittsbuigh, Pa; S S Knight,
Evans vilie, lad.
A very pleasant little ufiair took
place at the residence of Mr. C. J!. Wood
ward, corner of Walnut and Tenth streets
last evening. It was a fare-well party
given in honor of Mis Tcnuic, youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodward,
who leave? airo on Friday or Siturday
for Ohio, w here she will attend school.
There was quite a number of the young
lriends of Miss Tennie, ladies and gentle
men present. A string band was there
and dancing was the feature of the even
ing. Mi-:s Tennie is a very pleasing and
popular young lady, and will be tnis-ed
greatly during her absence lroui the city
by her large circle ol friends.
The correspondent of the St. Louis
Jwinud, who wrote up Cairo for his pa
per, indulged in one ol Dr. Arter's vapor
baths, while he was in the city, nnd this
is what he has to say about It : "D. II.
Arter, M. D. Feeling t lie need of a bath
one day, I was directed to the olllco ol
the above named gentleman. He has
made a specially of this part of hydro
pathy, and consequently 1 enjoyed the
result ot his observation and experience.
It is one of those singular, unaccountable
thing", that in this climate so little atten
tion should be given to this subject. It is
a fact that hundreds die annually whose
lives might have been saved had they
bathed. The imperative law of health is,
'Keep open the pores of the skin.'' Vet
how few there are who obey It. So call
ed "dispensations of Providence'' would
be less frequent did people remember and
put in force John Wesley's famous 'in
junction. "Cleanliness is next to GodlU
ncss." A bath is the first principle of
health as well as morality, and this is
thoroughly inculcated at his ofliee."
It will be remembered by the readers
ot the Bn.i.KTiv, that some months ago
we made mention of the intention of our
lellow citizen, Mr. Louis Herbert, to start
a club room in Cairo, where those of our
people, who so desired, could go and
spend a pleasant evening at a game of
cards or billiards, without being subject
to any inconvenience or displeasure, but
as yet, Mr. Herbert has not carrie:! out
this intention. He has not however, giv
en up tho Idea. Ho is still strong in the
belief that such an institution would be
well supported, aud we are told is think
ing seriously of putting up a building for
the express purpose ot starting tho club
room. His plan is to furnish it hand
somely, and make it a place that will at
tract everybody. He will then form a
regular club, admitting all who may wish
t becomo members, upon payment of
the initiation lee, ten dollars. lie will
by tins means procure as members ol the
club a class of citizens, such us will In
sure Its respectability. Wo havo no
doubt that such a resort would prove
very acceptable to the people of Cairo,
and profitable to its proprietor. '
Yeast received daily at New York
Store for lamily use. nt
Sproat will have mors of those Extra
Mobile Oysters Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, Corner Twelfth ritreet and
Try the New Vork store yellow '.'C'su
gar, 10 lbs. fori 1.00 ot .
Cairn Batu-lll nud Try Theua.
Having discharged Dr. Lower and
renovated my bath rooms, with the addi
tion of a new receiver alter the latest
and most convenient style, I shall take
great pleasure In giving baths either
medicated or otherwise, to all who may
call on me.
lm .' . .' v . D. Autib.
kional BKitvii'K iii:roui.
I aBOVB I
STATION. LOW watkb. lilne or Full
T, IN. IT. IN.
Plttahnrif 0 fi Z 6"
Clucinuali 1 !i J
Ixmiavillu 3 i
;in 7 ;l X I
St. l'aul i l o 0
lavniort II U 0
Krokuic t ii S
St. Ixiuia 7 10 i
JAMKS M. WATSON,
Sergeant Signal Service, U. S. A.
Captain Dugan is In St. Louis.
The Cornle Brandon passed South
night bt loro last.
Captain John Cannon is recoverinj
slowly from bis Injuries.
They look for a big business at Pitts
burg when the river raises.
The Belle of -Shreveport leaves St.
Louis to-day lor New Orleans.
Diver Al. Burriss and Captain Geo. W.
Neare have gone to the sunken Salt Val
ley. The A. J. Baker and barges were to
leave St. Louis last evening for New Or
leans. S'emu was raised on Captain Drown's
steamer Golden Crown at Cincinnati
The repairs in he canal at Keokuk are
completed, and boats wcro to pass
The harbor of Evansvilleis filling up,
andJluikin &, Co. have movvd their
wharlboat below Division street.
We learn Iroin the Cincinnati Oimmti
ci'd that Captain Wen.el has named one
of his steamers "Clara Silbernagle.''
The new Coal Hill building at Browns.
ville, Pa., will be launched in a lew days.
Four new tow-boats will be completed
in the next 10 days.
The Grand Tower, for Memphis, ( '. II'.
1 Anderson, for Eviinsville, Jim I'i.-k. fur
Paducah, and Mollie Moore, lor Xew
Orleans, are due to-day.
The James II. Bigley, which has lately
been repaired at .Mound City, dropped
down evening before last, and is moored
below Hie coal yard, waiting for water.
Captain Alf Cutting, of .Metropolis,
returned from a two weeks' visit to Chi
cago and St. Louis, and says it Is all a
mistake about bis being in Captain
Hatnbleton's company all the time he
was in St. Louis. The boys who made
statement did liim or Ilamtileton an in
justic. -How is this anyhow?: "Copt. J. F.
Hicks will take charge of the new and
elegant passenger and cotton boat Jno.
A. Setidder, In the Memphis and New
Orleans trade, and all contracts made by
him lor the shipment ot cotton will be
carried out. Passengers will lind the
Setidder one of the most elegant boats en
the Missippi river. Capt. Carter, Clerk
I)ix and all the crew will bo on board.
Spro&t will havu more of thoao Extra
Mobile Oysters I hursday, Friday and
Saturday, Corner Twelfth street and
W insula llemlvreri l'o trls.
The most certain way to render pow
erless the miasmatic vapors which pro
duce chills and fever and other malarious
disorders, is to lorlify the system against
t'icni with that matchless preventive of
periodic fevers, Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters. The remedial operation of the
Bitters is no less certain than their pre
ventive clleets, and they may be relied
upon to overcome cases of lever and ague
which rc.-ist quinine and tho mineral
remedies of the pharmacopoeia. Dys
pepsia, constipation, bilious complaints,
rheumatic ailments and general debility,
likewise rapidly yield to their regulative
and tonic influence. They are an incal
culable blessing to the weak and nervous
of both sexes, an excellent family medi
cine, and the be.-t safeguard which the
traveler or emigrant nn take to an un
Fresh Baltimore oysters, raw, stewed
or fried, at nil houra of the day or night,
at Harry Walker's Crystal Saloon. tic
A and 4 lbs. of choice collee for $1.1)0 at
New York store.
Sproat will have more of those Extra
Mobile Oysters Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, Corner Twelfth street and
Li buying your goods at tho cheapest
store in Cairo the New York Store. .It
Fresh Baltimore ovsters. raw. stewed
or fried, at all hours of the cloy or niifht,
at Harry Walker's Crystal Saloon, tst
Lower than ever. Parties wishing dry
goods are requested to obtain our prices
belore buying elsewhere, for we sell the
lowest. Nkw Y'oiik Stork. "t
Hoots iukI Nlioes.
Fifty cases of men's boots and shoes
just received, and wo offer them lower
than ever sold in tHis market. Call and
examine tho Boot Brand, New York
Store custom made, for $3.90 per pair.
Full line of all kinds of boots and shoes.
5t 0. 0. Patieu & Co.
Dealer m Fresh Meat
EIGHTH rSTREET, '
Between Waahlnctoa MdlOoramsrois
Ave adjoining- Hanny's.
Jr D DEANE, Prbp'r
'" lj,tef litest Charlaa. " ' '
JULTESi t3.00 PISTDAY
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1680
CITY NATIONAL BANE. C AIBO
A. B SAFFORD. Prenlileiit.
S B. TAVi.OK. VicerTeaM.'nt.
ay-fi W ill SLOP, SeoT and Treasurer.
P. W. ItilUXIT, CllAa.GALIl.IISR,
F. M. HTOcnrLKTll, i'atibti. Hctimh,
ft. II. CrjKNlNUIUM. Ii. L. llAl.LIDAV,
J. 11. 1'liiLUi-a.
IN ThHF.ST pulil on lU'pnulU at the rate ol all
per wnt. pur annum, March lit ami MapUiw
-r 1st. IntinMt not wltliilraMm la aililwi inline
llnU'Iy to tliu priiwipal "f tin) iti'poiita, tlierahy
(Ivintf ttituu conuKiuiiil hiUreut
Uarriod Women and. Children may
Deposit Money and no one
olao oan draw it.
Oix-n evert hiisincmfliiv rrnmOa.m. to S n.m
ii naturlay eTenina-a t'ur aaviriK ilepoallii only
roin tl ton o'clock.
W. HY&LOP. Treasurer.
City National Bank
W. V. HAU.HMY, I'rvsMfnt.
HtNlilT 1. ilAI.LIlMY, ViccPreal.
A. II. 8r'KUItl, CiflhiiT.
WAIT hU HVsl.Ol', Ana't Cashier.
H. STAATS TATt.OH, R. II. CDirlKOHAal,
II I.. iULUDAY. W. I'. HALMDA-
U. I. WlU.IAMf.lN, HTiniaii biiiu,
A . 11. HAP'OIII),
Eiohange, Coin and United States
iionas juougnt ana aoia.
DEPOSITS rucuival and a ki aural bauktiiji
F Ilroan. Predlilent. H. Wells. Cai-hler.
I'. Ni-ff. if i'rea'u X. .1. Kertli. Aunt, ash'r
Corner Commercial Ave rind 8t Streat
K. limns, Cairo. Wm. Kluge (jiiro.
I. NU, Cairo. Win. Wolfe I airo;
A . Sunanka, Cairo. K.L. Uillinirali-y , t. Louis.
E. Iliul.T, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
K. II. Hrinkman, Ml. I.ouia,
.. . Cli iUBuii, Caledonia.
,1 Uvnernl Httuking; Business Don
-Ex:hutK' sold anil bought. Interest paid
n the SuviugH Department. Collections made,
ml all tiujine.aa i.ninmtW attended to.
I.IUI OR KA1.KKR.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale anl Retail Dealera in
Foreign and Domestio
WHITEN OF ALIa KINDS
No. 00 Ohio Levee.
MESSRS. PMYTIT A CO. Bars sonatanUy
a law stock ot the boat nood in Hie mar
et, and irive especial attention to I he Wtioleaala
ancb of tliu busineas.
IH Sit; Hal Llg!
St. Louis, Mo,
IH08. A. RICE, A. M. L. I. B.,
JA8. BICE, A. M.,
J, H, HUHWOOU,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP.' $81 00
MOST Complete, Thorough ami Practlcs
couriw! of Htudy in the United Htatea a
untrue ludiitpenaible to overy youna; man era-
harking on the Bra 01 lite.
For IUiutrsted Circular,
THOS. A. UICK.'A. M..L. B
Coffee Snear St Syruo, '
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
Physician & Surgeon,
Ofliee In Wmter'a niock, eonMr Serves th and
C4 immerelal Avenue, (entrance on Seventh.
t siiiaonaM 1 alrteenlk Stmt, wat of Waahlkfloa
, , tJ 0i 'i.i,.' aa
Una thlnsr It now thorouihlr eaublithcd. Never
l nee man ulltreil and human aenclea alleviated
pain, has thre been anything which want so tar as
a pain anniliilatnr anil curative agent aa ih. Centaur
I.inemcnta, 'I hcae I.incmciiU hav. within the past
year curea more casea oi iineumaiira, neuralgia,
Siirljoinia, Caked llre.ista, Swelling.. 1'oUoruiua
Him. Ijmc Anlmalf. tta.. than all ornes remediea
combined. A the name of Centaur Implies hair
hone and halfman, th.hename the Centaur Un
mrntt are lor man and Dealt. Hut not the aarat
l.imment. In. While Liniment la fur man the
yellow for hones and animal!. Herein this
Liniment, differs from other remediea, alihouih
tome of the ingredients are alike in each. They
contain the well-known witch haiel. arnica, carbol
ic, rock oil, nienthaand other powerful ingredients.
Wm. II. Ilickox, rector of St, John's churcb,
Wakefield, Clay county, Kansai, wntrti "Many
yearn hiive I been lufl'ering from a weak back, caused
from a sprain more than III years ago. I have not
found anything to relieve me until I commenced the
tue of Centaur I.inement. I feel It my chrlatian
duty to inform you that by lu wonderful affects I am
entirely relieved ol pain. January 22d, 1H77.
Mesirs.J. McClure A Co,, druggiits, Cincin
nati, O., say.'
"Teamsters pronounce the Yellow Centaur Linl
ment .uperiur to any thing hey have ever used.
We Hell several dozen bolllt, every month, and the
ale is steadily increasing,"
These are only samples of thonwids upon thous
ands of similar testimonials reachins us every
month. All the extracts, embrocations, salves
and ointments in existence are not doing one.tenth
the good which is done by these admirable Ceo
taur Liniments. For front bites, stings, "cuts, Itch,
salt rheum, etc., nothing Is like the Cestaur Lini
ment, white wrapper. For spavin, ring bone.
Sweeny, wind (tails, poll evil, scratches, etc., on
horses the yellow Centaur Liniment is equally,
good. They are certain in their effects, they are
uleaatint to use, they are handy and they are cheap.
So family ahould lie without Centaur Liniments.
They are worth one hundred timet their cost.
J. II. IIOsK.t CO., 4(1 Ltey street. New York.
Mothers will have rest and their babies may have
heiilih, ifihey will use llr. Pitcher's Castoria for
wind colic, worm. feverifhnest,sour mouth, croup or
stomache complaints. It is entirely a vegetable pre
paration, and contains neither mineral morshine,
nur alcohol. It Is as pleasant to take as honey,
neither gagii nor grips, and ia superior to any reme
dy in existence.
Hr. K. Dimoch. of Kanont. Ohio, ssvs:
'! am uing Castoria in my practice with the
most signal results, and find it a perfect substitute
for Castor Oil."
This is what every one lays. Many nurses In
N'ety York use the Casiorla. It is prepared by
Mrssr. .1. Il.ise A Co., successors to tiainuel
ASK the MooTtred
sufferer, Tiotims of
fever and afliie, the
niectirial diseased pa
tient, bow they recov
ered health, cheerful
spirits, and good ap
petlt tbej Will tel
you by taking Blm-
rfiion's LlTr F
latnr. THK ClliCAPKSr. AND IlhbT KAMI, Y. MED
ICINE IN THE WORLD.
For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION.Jaudlce,
11 oub attueka, SICK HEADACHR, Colio, Da
reisionol Sturits.. SOUR STOMACH, Heart
Itirn, eto. , etc.
This unrivallefl Southern Remedy l War-
ranteil nut to contain a particle ot Mercury,
or any injurious substance, but ia -
PUB ELY VEGETABLE
containing those southern roots and heiba which
an all wipe providence has placed in countries
where Liver Diseases prevail. It Will cure all
riisenMH caused by derangement os tbe liver
The symp'oms or l.iver complain, ire s ou
ter or bud taste iu the mouth ; Pain in tbe back,
Sides or Joints, often mistaken for rneuras
tiiMii;i)ur stomach, loaa ot appetite, bowels
alternately costive and lax, headache, loss of
memory, with s painful sensation of having
failed to do something which ought to have
litendjne, debility, low splrila, s thick yel
low appearance of the akin and eyes, dry
cuiigh often mistaken for consumption.
.Sometimes iiianr of these svmutoms aitesd
the disease, at others very few, but the liver, the
largest organ in the body, is generally the seat
of diseases and If not regulated in time, great
uffering, wretchedness and 1KATH will en
1 can recommend as an efficacious remedy for
diseases of the Liver. Heartburn and Dyspepsia,
Simmon-.' l.iver ltegclator. Lewis-Wundss,
ni.Miwter street, Assistant Postmaster, Phil
adelphia. " We hare tested its virtues, personally, ana
now that lor lsuepsi, Biliousness ami
Throbbing Headache it is tbe best medicine tbe
world ever saw, We have tried forty other
remedies before Simmons' Liver Regulator,
but none of them gave us more than temporary
relief; but the Regulator not only relieved
hut cured us."-Kd. TxLsoAAi'it Aitu MssasM
(,ir, Macon, Ca.
Nothing is so unpleasant, nothing ao common
as bad breath, and In nearly every case it comes
from tbe Stomach, and can tie so easily eorrec ti
ed if yes will take Simmons' Liver Regulator,
Do not neglect ao eure a remedy for this re
pulsive disorder. It will tie improve your
Appetite, complexion, and General Health.
This distressing affliction occurs most fre
quently. The disturbance of the stomach,
arising from imperfectly digested contents,
causes a severe pain in the head, accompanied
with disagreeable nausea, and this constitutes
what is popularly known as Hick Headache. For
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, ontaina four medical elements, never
d in the same happy proportion In any
preparation, via: s gentle Cathartic, a
erlul touio, an unexeeptirnabla alterative
ciftain Corrective of all Impurities of
ndy. bncbsignal success has attended Its
thai It Is now regarded as the
Aa s Remedy In
MILAIUOLS FEVERS. BOEL COM
PLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, MENTAL DEPBsrl
8ICN, RESTLESSNESS, JAUNDICE, NAll
SE SICK HEADACHE. COLIC, CON8T1P
ATIO.N and Bld.lOLS.NKS3
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
AnnetlwItbthlsANTIDOTB.sil changes of
ellnuite anil water and food may be faced with
out liar. As a Kemcdy in MALARIOUS
r'KVKRS, BOWEL COMPLAINTS, REST
LKSSNKS3, JAUNDICE, NAUSEA,
MArFAlTUn OISLY ST
J. (I. ZKiLEN,
Price Jl.'lO. Bold by all Druggl.
Oflu. Oirior' Twtllth and
ICK 1T tlie Cr Ud Ton or Will
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