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..vlUO BUSINESS HOUSES.
; u to. Any Iniiiiueae llrm can liuirc three lima
tMf, In thi. culiiinn under suurupi ial lie.nlinK
UliC lull- ill l.l irr month or li Jir yeur
nynbk iUniirly in uiIvih'.
Jlnrilware, Nliivfi huiI Tin Mure.
A. IIAIXHY Dealer In tnvea, Tin and Huril
sum, Ounten m"t twiner1 luiiileiiicntii, Wire
.,ui. ltelic.icmU.rii. I'lili.i'U i ,vlWr.
l!i Conimerciul Avenue. liiiilifiiiK, un'l -('ill
Work itnuu uu jtiort notice.
i. inn he r.
I . S . Mi i i A 1 1 1 V -1 lealer I n html aie I B. il 1 1 uiu
xr, flooring, iwillng, Killing ami Mirhoed
lumber, lutli uml ainiiKliw. illue uml yard
inruer I Wi'iitieiu atrevt iiiel Wu'liiiiKl'inuHiiue'
LANCAS'IEK A HICK DiuNtr In m-h,
tunm, blinln, etc, hard un'l milt lumber ami
lung.. Vai'l ami uliict, I.iiiiiiutcuI mi-une,
niimr Kill ilrtil,
Unci huh lire.
1. J1AIITM AS laUr in vtiicMiawnri-, Toys.
lui ami ull klinl.-i nl luiii.y ai 11' l'-. imim'i
Mil avenue, uiiiii- ''Hi vliucl.
WILLIAM WINTEIl-Siath street IwlH.-n
emmi-rolel avenue aji.WMilii:ti,n avenue.
I'lutliliiK aunt Mi-rrhniil lullorhiK.
JOHN AVIItlM-MeriluintTiiil.irmft .Ji-ili r
ill Ki uily Mwle t l.ilhing. 7iMliiu ve.
Ilv.nl Kfclnte AtrciicicM.
M. J. HOWLKV-lliiil Kulak Agent. Hnji
binl Ktrlla real entitle, dllci-.U I'rntit, fayA tuns
lor uon-nnnUintii.eU;. Commercial ati-titic, U
I wet-it Ninth arul'l't'iiili mrectn.
(oinmlaaloii Men lutul.
HIV K Mi I HIS TI.KW OOU
I ntt'iii aii'l Tulwio I- a t.r- iiikI jtt
i.iielnM nf the ramicm' 'I nl.ucni iir-liuii.i',
I' 1.-7 Ciiltiinliii-reiiil Avium-.
1; (ii'iitrai rorwiirdiiig Qicl Cniiiiim Mon
lie-reliant, lor tint halt' of I aim, iuiImi, n-
.liar'l ami Dairy I'rwlur. .' iilun l '."-,
P A. WilLELOCK li.li.-
j (cncml fiirwunliiiK uml ( oiiunisnli.ri
iceri lunK, uml ilmlcru in ail kin, in ,,l l mil un'l
I'M'llll'l. lit Ol.lO I.CVee. l.lilli-lyiilhl lltrt ' ullc-
iinl, hti iu'lla l'iiniivhel on ujiiirai.iii.
K. F. Huukels Jlllter Wln r Iron.
Till truly valuable tonic tan teen no thor
imichiv ! Ul by all clui-M-a of ll.c c,ii,iimuily
tlial it lit now deemed imllbi.eiii.ulil- in a t"fin:
medicine, it unU but little, ,urll.-ii Uu
l.uii. vlvea ton' to tlie Bt'i'i.m-li. rvnov.it
llm ayatrni ami irul hk HI'' KvrylKi'ly
tioulii liavc it.
nr the i:nn of SVak xlomarlis, ,ci,itiiI ir
billiy, In'lDKlion, UI'-iwh ut U: Muiiiarli
ari'l inr all n-iiriiiiia tonic.
'I hia Wine ini Mi'lM Hii nioul ann i nblr ui"l
ffilrlfiit call ol ir'.n wi iinm-nii -i.ilran- in
ifiaftni'tlR omrti' conibmH ith Hip iim' I mrr
Kpiicoi ull Ti'K'-,"'bl l lilf. - YcJI-jW IVrnviau
I o vou want aoir.i tliirifr to nticnirth n jou .-
liovou Want a kmI a B' titi-
Uo )o want ioK''i riu ol iiirounn " ,
l'o yon waul i-ntrny
I 'o vou want tonlii p Wi ll '
l'o you want to buil'l ii Jour oi .' 'Ui;I.i.j.
lo yu want tof' i l Wfll '
l'o you Want a brick ami v iT" i '. ' ' - firlinif
If you i'o, try hlS'.it.!.' nil I l.l: INK
I unl ak a trial of tbia r-ut rii-IIi im-'
licwari- ol counli rltitH, at luiiiV.i-1'fl llitli r
Wineo. Iron m tli only mrn nu-1 'll' itiul
miiiilv iu tin' I nown wnil'l Inr lb! " r n.ui.c :.i
i uu "i l)yiiiia air I Kibility.ai ! a Um. an
a iiumlxr of uiutatiuiia oll'tnl Id tin- pubin:,
1 woul'l caution I in-' uiiiiiiiuinty t.i (unlit-i
iionf but 111'-M' liUlni' arln Ic. Miaui.lai tun ,,
r.. Kuckvl, aii't huiii.' bin l niii on lli- r .m
ut r very bultli-. 1 be very lai'l tliatoliu rn aiv
;ryini( Ui iiiiilatc tbii valiuii.lf iiu-'lK-iric, iuvf c
lit world ami a-ak viluiuia ill it lnv r. Oct
UM'aiUuim'' K r . Kuiikcl'a.
Milil only in fcl IhiIUcs, so'.'l l.y 'nijiu
and ill al r-i i vrty w lu re. I.. I . Kuim ., I'ro
orietor, '' N'ortu .Siutli ulri-rt, riiilwldj liu,
TAPE WOltM KEMOVEU AL1VJC.
llrail ami nil ron.i!t in two houm. So
I it till brail paaan. M-al, I'm un'l Moinai h
Honnii ri'iuov-fl by Jir. Kuuki), li'.u Sonb
Ninth triU I'liiladtilphia, l'a, m ini lor i n
uilaroraak yon Ururiii"! lor a Im.iiIc i.r It.
Kunkcl'a Wrm Syrup. It never luili. IMn'ri
1 lie Dlllrreiirp.
'1 be orilinury l'oroua I'larti r, on account
ol itf iH'culur uiecbanicul m tioD, i t-tri in
ed an article ot merit: but Benson' apciuc
1'orolia I'lx-tcr In roiinidereil an article ol
extmordinaif merit. It l.iii the name
inecbanical action, nnd. in ad' tiuii, (mik
eni i medicinal iiulitic4 ol a ii-iniulvubli
Lkture, which caiiics it to act at once,
relieve ':iin liiiiin,iliiili,l) , and cure where
otbirl'orou.'i Pla.-terswill not even relieve.
K .r Hh 'imiiilm, Lame an Weak II rk, S,ln:ii
I iea.i-e, I.rirk In tit Itai-k, ' Kulm y Mimvi,
.n nt and Itruinea. hevi-ie I'aiim .ii"l Miir'n .,
iM-ni-.s ' I the Hack, etc.
lh; nmnufartu ei of
Bonson's Capciue Flastor
tl.cfivad the Uifc'he-tMtJal at the Centennial.
It U now Hie nUnilurd remedy. Hh os
toulHhingpniii rellevltii,' and ntreni.'tlieninK
iUllties attracted the attention ol the Cen
tennial .Mirrors and thousand orphynfeiuiiH
wboviflitedtlie Centennial, who pronouni
ed it the bent remedy ever invented for tbo
uhove aliments. Hold py til Druj.'i-l.-'.
llui'l'V relief to om youni? men Ir
ibe MlecM of error and abuaes in1
eurlv life. Muiikood UcHtored. Im- Q
lieilliiienUi to marriage reriiuvid .'pq
New HielliiMl of in-nlineuU Nw'
ami remaikiilile reineili'-i. liiaika JT
ami eireulara Bent tree ill "ealed JJ
envi.l"KH. AdderiM HowaIID As- g
oi IATIoN, 41 N. Ninth at. I'liila-y
dililiiii. l'a. An iustltulinn liuv- m
inua biltli renutiition lor honor1."
able conduct ami prolrd-i'ilinl
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road Runninp Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
1 'll) p.m. Kant If.xpre, iirrivinjr in St.
Louis :00 p. iu.; Chicago, 7:.'I0, a.m.
2 20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VILLE FAST LINE
Jirivinpln Cincinnati 8:S0, a.m.; LouIh
vllle, a.m.; Indiiiimpolii, -1:1." a.m.;
Pai-sencM by tuiH train arrive at above
A HO XJ ICS
OF AN? OTHER EOUIK.
lflirp. m. Fast Mini Willi Bieeperii altacn
ed." for ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arriving In St. Louis at 0;U0 a.m. Chi
cai?o ut 4.:I0 p.m. Connuetins at Odin
or ElllnRlialu tor Cinelnniiti, Luulavillu
FAST TIME EAST
fi,senpcrn 1y thU lino po tlironj,'li to
tiio East without any delay ciiui-ud by
Ilia SATURDAY AFTEIINOON Tit AIM
FROM CAIRO ARRIVES IN NEW
YORK MONDAY MOKMNO
AT 10-.U5. 1
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTUEtt HOUTE.
AdvertlHementt of competlm" linos that
tbey make better time than tbla one, are
are lHHued either throtiffh ignorance or u
desire to mlBlcad the puUlle.
For tlirongh tickots and Inlormation,
ii.ply ut llllnnlH Central R. H. Depot, Cairo.
THAINH AWWlVe At OAiaO
J AS. JOHNSON,
II. Jo!B4, Ticket Agt.
K.M. !(. .
Iln knljii". uflbe abme i..i r mil t
al Uu ir lull the Hi I iind lloni Momlav
ii cm ll ni'iiith. Ciiiiiliierniul aM iim . IM ilner
Uuiilli 01 i-iu tun i, ui I'.lli.
ilill(N l. llllLHU -, li. Ii. M
,,,r ASCALOS LOUOB, No. SI.
Kniffhtaiil Pythian, lueuUavery Krl
f'.'H.'A ''aV 11 itf lt at I til iuil Mrau, Intnli-
Vvf-" telmwa Hall. iiiimk,
C hanei I lor Coin, iuiii U r.
...... Al. i:ANHKIl I.OIiOE. KO. '!..
iiWVt iiid.'i-'iidpiit Oidirnl Oild-Kel.
irr) lows, iiii- lo every Ihurmlay niK'il
'.u'-- ut hatl-iiaol aoveu, lu Ibtir hall on
oriimen'lul HViuie, Is'lWeeii Mixth ai.-J Ni venth
u ruin I , I). UkU'juu, N. o.
' 1AIKO I NCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. ., mwta
vni O'l t-Killowu' Hall uu the flrataii'l third
i in iu every inomli, al Lali-ial aeven
A. Com I Mi ,C I
I AHtOLolioK. NO.
Jtf llni'l t' lt'ilar eoiiiiin
snn:i' Hull, corner Ci
' xani i.ihili irnt, o
'. II, lh .V'ili'uV 'J eac!l UiOllLll
I AliIOLuDoK. NO. vfl.A r. A A. M
ll., I I ra"iiiir I'oiiiiiiiiiiti'ationu iu .11 a-
I oiiiim rciul avtiiiM'
on ihc tjnd and
HA i OK All Kil l ISINU.
tAll bllU fir ailvetiiiu!, nn due and pay
able in tVi:(i
Irunaiiid odverlialriK will U iiiW rh d at tnw
rate ol'l ) S'miUiire lur the tlr.it iio-rlion
airl W u iitb lor ch aubai qnnit one A lilx.rid
di M'xiiint will be iuaie onatumtii.K and dlepl
wlvertiix im lite
For Inai rliiiK Kiini nil notice (I lu Notice ol
niccllnn of aocletlio or jrcret onkra 'ic a-ntu lor
Church, Hoci'.'ty, Fivitival and Suj j r iiotlcea
will only be fnacrb d an ailvertiaemi iita
No ailveUineineiit will lie ni'eivnl at us tli'.n
So cent, and no wlvertineun nt will be Iiiuurled
ir lea than thr e dotlara 1 e r liionth
LOCAL Ill SIM SM Mll III S
Of olid sfjiiiin; (H lines siiicc) ir inorf, in
ertnl in tin; lii'M.n'iN n follows: (Less
than one e'luure eonnti'il u sijnarc.)
One insertion per .-iqimri' $ r,()
Two iiiKertiors per sipuri 7"i
Three iii.-crtiona per sijnnro 1 W
Six In.X'itioii? pur fumuro 1 7.",
Two weeks per -ijiiuri! 2 'M
One iiiniitfi jier "utiun- U)
.Six cial r.iii't inn'Iii on litrtrc intvi rii-e-
meif" or lur longer tinio,
View of Marriage !
"iinilniiial I rrtw u ,
1'ilirH ( ninrriHUf ru) tint
iii-Iiiii1 ut(hi lurll thff'
rfU ! Iciirodm-tinti ail
li Vlf irB f WonT?n.
A IxkiV i'tt yr tnl, rutianl-'tt-
rtmd:Df iWU , ptWv
a fHivAiE MKnirAt. Anvirpi
On t . ci'-fi' t''i Pn vutj lw uru run wn tk-:f
AhUID, ZtWH,:THOT?l Dlfttt.Wft, .( lrl
tjtaiii i curt-, ..4 ,ti:'-jizt-. litii t.
A CLINtrAI. I,ECrmiET, flu- ftiw d'niAi tn-l
t'i...i fif Throat Lunk'ft. CaUina.Uuture.lto
Opium H.'iljit.v .pf.rt- June.
.-i;i-i Ux-ft f-nt (i.riuitl irit p 'T f : (t . Ihr-,
r -iT ruiitf mv;f bfftii'ifu'lv 1 1 ! rati l. I'f ', ' t .
A4U7VM hlX. bU 11 J, .Ntf- Mil M. bt. UiUiM, Mo.
Till HSliAV, Sept. diilicr 7. 1 -77.
Fresh Baltimore oystorn, raw, atewed
or fried, at ull houra of llm lav or ciht.
at Harry Walker's Crystal Saloon. t)t
'J in: New Vork Mori' si l a ninri; jjikuU
tliait liny oilier Iioih ; iu Southern HJi.
Ilni. Ali'-Wf r lir'P:ii-et!uv'( II eliraiier.
TciiciicrV I v mil i uu i i ii ii .
Tlii n- will In; a public examination ol
tt w'jers licbl at the hi;;li .M;liO"l hiuiil
on Friday ami Saturday, tlie -Nth and
J'.I'U id Si pti lnlier.
Mi:-. I". A.Tavi.hi:,
iilltltV Silieriliti idelit.
i .im, Si pti iiilu r 17t!i, ls77.
1 lie l.uriiemi llolel Ilcilncli' ll III
.Mr-. ll:irry Walker, nronrii-tre?.s of
tin- European llnt l, beiii' well nwurc
ol tlic r-triiii'tiey of iiioiit'.v, h:i- ml'ired
rales to all who may ui.-h regular bourd
toiixteen duller iier tii nit!i nr lour dol-
li;rs per wi: 1, lor day board. In con
nection willi the European llot 1 is a
lir-t cla.--i restaurant, where ov.-.ti rs
ganic and ail other ih iicucii s will be
serve. 1 :d all hour- duriiiy day or ni'ht.
L l. lliatoii has returned to his old
!-t:inl in tho Eti.er building, where liu is
belter tireiiared than ever to ncoinmo-
dutt! liis patrons and tin.1 public who
iiiav favor him with a call, lie has Konc.
to considerable expeii-n iu tlttiti'f up a
couple ol nicely furnished rooms, which
ho has provided with ull tho latest im
iirovi'inents and conveniences, lie; em
ploys only first cla- s workmen and tho-c.
w ho patronize him will have their wants
attended to in stj lo and will receive
courteous treatment. tl'
Is so common in the country as roaivcly
to need comment. Tho causn which
produce it arc such ns cold, irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
e. Iii large cities where edge tools
and agricultural implements arc mainl
ine tured, the grinder protects his lungs
from the injurious clteets of the dust
dying of! the grindstone by wearing a
re.'pirator. The coal miner ere he de,
scemls the sliult provides lumelf with a
safely l.uup to guard against llre-datnp.
Now It Is equally neeesnry Inr tlioso
who are brought in eontae.t with any ol
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide Ihomxelves with that, well
known ninl highly esteemed remedy
ngiiin-'t It, the home f toiiinch hitlers.
Mnrlli Its Wed. lit In (;ol.l.
rndoulitedly the grtMitest modern (lis
eovery in medicino is luf'nsla'a Kadi
cal euro lor dyspepsia, dick headiiehe,
sour stomai'h, eostlveness, biliousness,
loss of appetite, distress after eating, and
all disorders caused by Indigestion or a
deranged liver. Its results are astonish
lug, and sure rebel is guaranteed In
every case, where- it Is fallhlully used, it
tones up the stomach, regulates the
liver, restores tho natural appetite,
strengthens tho delicate anil expels all
morbid humors iroin tho cystcm. Ty
phoid nnd bllous fever might, In almost
every case, bo prevented by lis timely
use. Trial sl.o 2.") cents. A Very fow
doses will relieve, and n IU tin persever
ance cure yon. Hold by llarelay llros,
' Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, whleli Is sure death to
worms, Pleasant to take mid requires
HO physio. Price 25 cents Try It,
Clem nil IleiiM.
I'iilliliiu i.; mining to Cairo, it
Mayor Writer has gone lo tl.eT.i-
ilin ati iair.
Wily Kedmim has decided to run b r
ise sure ami aiiciei the party I n I i'1
night. It w ill bo a grand ull'.iir.
-Mrs. (). Craig, of Padiieah, wa f -htered
at the St. Chillies yesteiday.
Mr, dolin Slnnott, a prominent M.
haeeo di aler ol Padueuh, wa in 'Tiro
A. Marx, Cairo's, bo.-s elolliii't . lias
tlic line-t set iif curtains on hi. tore
windows to be found in Cairo.
I.ot a pair ol goldcye i'la- '. The
liinler will be milably rewardol bv leav
ing them at this i, Hi e, ::t
-Miss Emma Kiley, wlm ha. been in
the iiortheni part of Missouri I n- some
wci ks visiting relnllvcs, has rcMrncd,
The uiiinials belonging to Dan
Eire's show, are at Perry Power' livery
table. Dan is iu Paducali Willi his
C'ireuit eleik John E't v. i-coiiliued
to bis bed with a severe attm k of icver.
It Is to be hopi' l he w ill l;e in giiod health
again in a few d,;y .
The right thing In the right pki"c is
without doubt Dr. Hull's Inby yrup,
Hie bent remedy lor babies w hile teeth
ir,'. Price, only T cents a bottle.
The lui'iiibers of the .Mystic Krew are
looking forward to a jolly time this even
ing. They give a hop at their hall, and
a gay crowd is expected to be present.
-F. M. Ward, it ia will, wants to be
county coroner, and is out laying his
claims before the votei Tims Inr Mr.
Ward is the only candidate in the licM,
1'iank (iuhghcr and mother, who
have been about for the past three weeks
seeing what they cutild in New ork,
I'liiladi ljiliia and at Long linii'li and
other place-, ri turned on Sunday.
If you want one oi the beit plab s of
liied, -tewed or raw oy-ters that you
have evi rate, call on Harry W alker's at
the Crystal saloon, at any hour ot the
night or day, and you can get Ibem.
M lyor Winter, at his More on Com-tiieri-ial
averr.e near SiMli .-trect, receives
daily the choicest Mobile oysters in bulk,
w hich he Is selling at "" C' l;t- per led.
'J'hey are elegant. Try them. -I
Work on the lill on Walnut between
Eleventh and Fourteenth i-treel- is under
way. The 'hill'' in front ol City Clerk
I'hillis residence D being cut down and
the ground removed into th 'tree? ;tt the
'I'hn teentii street crossing.
.John and Henry Carter ot Mound
City, who are interested iu the "mule
railroad"' ca'c, w hich is now occupying
the attention of Judge Eaker iu the cir
cuit court, were in ton ye-tirilay,
Meyers awl Han. bb -ton ",i n al-o down
I rank Warren will begin tic uns
tion ol bi new house at the corner ot
Eighteenth street and dinriu r-ial
avenue Very shortly. '1 be timber lor the
new building is being placed on the
ground. Mr. Cella, who-:e ,-abion was
also destroytd by the late lire, will :,l o
build within a short time.
lb v. Mr. (liilh'im received a di p.'ileh
yesterday moriiiiig aiinollbeing thedi atli
of his mother at her home :d N'erd'.n, a
village on the Chicago and Alton tail
road about thirty miles trom Spring iii 11.
W e were told ht evening that Mr. ..'ill
ham would leave by thu bight train to
attend the luuer.il.
The narrow gauge railroad will run
no more trains into Cairo un'il the re
pairs on the avcd-in tunnel on that
road, between .lonesboro and Murphy s
boro, have been completed. It will be
some wei ks yet belore the tunnel is
fixed. Trains on the road between
Murphyshnro and St. I,oi';s run regu
larly. I-or sjale A lino country residence
with choice surroundings, etc. This
frequently means that the occupant
wishes to regain he'dth; because a n si
deiice in a malarial di.-triet, will induce
blood poisoning, and hence diseae.
This can be most expediUou-ly counter
acted by the prompt administration ol
Dr. Unit's Elood Mixture.
T. I.. Kinney, oi Vermont, Illinois, is
registered at the St. Charles. Mr. Kin
ney Is a 1' nlted .Mates revenue detective,
and is iu I alro lor the purpose ol looking
alter the duties of his olllee. He will call
upon all of our saloon keepers, cigar
dealers, etc., and see that they billow Ibe
direction of the law In the w ay of cigar
hoxes, revenue stamps, etc.
We are informed that Mr. Oilhiun
w ill preach his farewell senium hi this
city on next Sunday morning or even
ing. The conference, which has Just
terminated, assigned Mr. (Jilham to the
charged! the church at I.itchlield. Ills
many friends iu this city will regret his
departure, but it is one nf the rules ol
the church, and we suppose It can't b"
-Chief of Police Alter yesterday
morning arrested threo young daikies
wdio were enoylng a free ride on the
cow-catcher of u Cairo and Vinccnnes
switch engine iu the lower end of town.
He took them up before 'Squire Comings
nnd charged them with overstepping tho
state law. Tho Squiro thought that the
( hict was light, and lined tho darkles
one dollar and costs each.
Nick Devoro requests us lo ask us o
special favor ot those peoplo who tear
oft' the sidewalk railings mid make kind,
ling wood ot thtiin, that they defer fur
ther iletnolishmeiit of tho railings for a
lew days. It they will comply with this
request ho hopes to bo nblu to get even
with thnin, when they can gonheiul with
tho mnshlng uu. proce and with his
help he can put up the railing ai fast
us they pull them down,
( lib I i f Pnlicu Alter lequesU us' to
Mate, for the bent-lit of the men and boys
w ho make a habit of j'linpin,'; mi and oil
railroad trains iu (he elly, that he will
arrest and pro-i cute all w ho persist in
this ollense from this time forward.
1 here mo a large number of young men
mid boys who make It a daily rule to
jump on passenger and freight trains and
ride up or down town as the caie may be,
andl hlcl Arter says he proposes putting
a stop to it belore oome one is maimed or
Major Wilkinson, one of the oldest
and best know n colored pica jliei s In the
I hind Stales, lias been hi ( air.i lur
seyeral days. On Sunday night he
pleached to a very l uge congivgntion in
Um Afiicall MethodUt Epi.-eop.i church,
and, 1'. Is said, delivered a most excellent
frmou. Maor Wllkliifou 1, eighty
years of age, and has made iji ven trips
through the I'nite I States preaching in
( very cily and tow n ol any note in the
country, lb: is now on his twelfth "ex
cursion.'' lie h ft lor the South ye-ti r
day. -Mr. W in. Knrigiit and Mi-; Dora
Durham, both of Jlarrisburg, were mar
ried iu this city at the re-idenei. , iP
I.. 15. Church, pas-euger iigent i the
Cairo and Viiieenues railroad, on 'lues
day night. The happy pair b it by tin
i'.elle Memdhis yesterday f,,r St, I.ouis
where they will spend a tew days, and
then return to Ilarrisburg. Mr. Enri"ht
i.- the agent lor the Cairo and Vlneennes
railroad at Ilarrlsbuig, and is held in
high regard by the management of the
road. His bride is oneol the belles of tin-
Liiirg, and held in high e-teeiii by all who
know lur. May they live long and
l!y an article publi-hed on the -eiv
ond page of to-day's lin.i i mn it will be
seen urn .oiugc ii. .i. liui.i-r ol tins cir
cuit has been selected lis one o the appel
late judgei for the fourth grand judicial
divi-ion of the Hale. W e do not know
what arrangement will be made as to
Judge Baker's old circuit, but lmo It on
unquestionable authority Unit
Judge linker will eoiiliiiue to
pre.-ide over the circuit courts ot
Alexander and I'ula-ki counties, and tiiat
Judge Dauglurty will hereatter hold
court in the other countii s o the circuit.
We iio not know that it is true that this
arrangement has been made, midoivejt
as we get it, t'ir what ii is worth, but
hope it i comet, however. In kuv
event wo congratulate Judge Hal. it on
the mark of distinction thus shown hini
by the supreme court In placing him on
the appellate bench.
-The trial of the M-nnnl Cily railroad
c:i-c was brought ton. land -till iu i.uh.T
an unexpected manm r in theejri uit court
ye-terday morning. The judge; ;.n I
lawyers and all the parties to tjio suit
were on hand at the hour appointed far
the CMiiVeiiing of the coiii t, lull when the
clerk called tie; roll of jurors it was
found tout only eleven answered to their
names the twelfth man, David Dicinger,
having failed to put In :m appear
ance. Aft.ir waiting some time. -i haili'J
wa sen! out to hunt up the tardy jury,
man, but he co-ild not he found. Inquiiy
at his boarding house revel.-.! the la.-t
that he had gone, but win. re no one
cotil. 1 t.-ll. Court was then adjourned
until nine o'clock this morning in order
to give the ollh-eiv lime to hunt up the
mis-ing juror. Should he not be loiind
we undcr-taml that counsi I in the
case have agreed to proceed with eh veil
jurymen. De'iuger, the ini-ing man,
i- suppo-ed to have li It thecoutiuy. lie
is a single man without prop My or ties
to keep him here. i(. is lur several
years made bU home in and about I'nily,
The Anna correspondent nf the t,
I.ouis I'liU'n-iiii says:
"The poor little narrow
gauge railroad (C. and St. I..)
is completely played out. The c itting
of the Mk-issippj nt ( alro ha.- been both
ring tlie company im- a year or so until
at: last they have moved i li ar over to
the Illinois Central lund, and of eoiir.-e
that stops them. The tunnel live miles
north of .lonesboro cu ed iu last sprint'
and no trains have run farther ft in tint
point for months. Yesterday the train
which got caught on fids side
ol the tunnel and has been running up
and down lor some time,' wasahaiid uii d
as a regular train, and therefore the nar
row gauge D as good as no road nr all.
II it was properly niinaged it could he
made a paying road."
The assertion that the narrow gauge
road was compelled to stop running on
account nf the cutting ol the Mississippi
above this point Is utterly groundless.
Though they have been put to some in
convenience, and have had to move their
track a number of times, there was no
necessity for their abandoning their
trains. The real cause of the "taking
oil" of trains on this end ol the road must
be attributed to the caving in of the tuni '
a short distance north ol .lonesboro, and
not lo tin cutting ol the Mississippi
above this city.
Sin'oalwiU have mure, of tlicxo Kxtra
Mobile, Oyntei-s IhuiMiliiy, Friday ami
Saturday, Corner Twelfth street and
I and -l.l lbs. ol eho'.ec eulVee lur $1.0(1 at
New Vork store. fit
Fresh Bultitnorn oynters. raw. stowed
or fried, nt, nil hours of the diiy orniirht,
nt Hurry Wiilkar's Oryslul Saloon. lit
Lower than ever. Parties wishing dry
goods are requested to obtain our prices
belore buying clsuvvliere, for wo fell tho
lowest. Xkw Voiiii Sronn. ,ut
'nir nil lis -fiill nml Try Them,
Having discharged Dr. Lower and
renovated my bath rooms, with the addi
tion of a new receiver niter tho latest
and most convenient style, I shall tuko
great pleasure In giving hatha cither
medicated or otherwise, to all who may
call on me. ,' .: ' '.. " -
' 3 in . i(. T). Ann:n. '
Sprout will have more of thois Extra,
McUle Oy iters Thursday, Friday and
Baturdny, i Corns Twelfth street and
.&eve. w l-;,....
u.s.ti. M iiviei: id.iuni.
I AHOVt I
i.o waikh. lii-c or lull
r. van n ville .,
JAMKS M. WA'IsON,
Hirjeant S.gnnl Service, I'. s, A.
l he tiv. r fell I ,', inches here yester
day. Tin- Yazoo ieft Evamviile yesterday
lor Louisville to load for the south.
Captain Carter Is to go pilot on the
Ino. A. Seiidder in the cotton trade.
A heavy rain I II yc-tcrday evening.
and liie night bid fair lo be a wet one,
The (.old-dii :t bus entered the pool at
St. Louis and follows the Hello ol Shrcv
port to Now Orleans. The Shrevepoit
leaves St. Louis to-riay.
C.i t.mi Jack SHith, who formerly
owned the Na luilli.', is now in coiumand
ol the .Ino. S. lir tiHlord iu Ibe Evans
Ville and Tennessee river trade.
Ibe ( in e ,., ii 'i s.yc; "James
.Myers, tic wi-ll-knowii St. Louis and
( Incinnati ilo: , was married on Friday
tin- gist instant, to Mrs. Mary E. Foster,
ol Dayton, Ohio."'
The S'o Ociievii'Vo for Memphis, Jim
Ffsk lor Padiieah, Walter More, Port
Eads and barges and A. .1. linker nnd
barges tor Ne. n li-ans, tnd SilverthoriK
for Eviii-ville will leave hereto-day.
The Jiiines Howard arrived irom tin
S tilth ye-terday, and after discharging
le r St. I.ouis In igbt lor rcshipinent, she
will lay up here until next week some
lime when -he will go South again to
enter the eollou trade.
I hc Cincinnati C.,,,,, ; .; , I say..; "r.ip.
tain lfiakout's new steamer "Fair Play"
for the Sunflower river is progressing
finely and will receive the finishing
touches I hi-i Week, and load next week
tor the seihilnwcr river. She draws only
Mileen Inches and will carry 1,0",0 bales
ol cotton. When the canal opens the- I
I .' idled States beacon light steamer Lily
will h ave fur Cairo."
1 he Meinplui .lii!''oi.-'i: ol the 2."ith
has the following items: - con-idera-ble
coasting trade is carried on between
Helena and thu river country as high up
as Council Ilend, and the Helena W'trtd
is anxious fur someone to get a packet
to run from their city in that direction.
The Cons Millar carried over Hub
people to the regatta, near Mound ity,
i miles up the river, on Sunday, making 2
trips to accomplish it. '1 he race was
nice and milch enjoyed, the Hind City
Club .-Mining out ahead, and winning the
h tinl-ome prize. After the races, each
club cheered the others. Honors are
now easy The Cons Millar leaves p.r
the Ohio to-morrow Mr. John (Jwlh
may went out as chief clerk of the Illi
nois last night, in place of Lee Cummins,
resigned to go on the Cheek." Mr.
iwathiiny li one of ablest clerks that
ever drew a pen. lie w as fur years em
ployed in tlie freight department ot tlic
Cairo city w hai lboat here, and through
the heaviest freight seasons was always
in.i;t' r ot the situation.
l-'ior.i Hi . Si. l.nnii Ueiiil.i,'nn.
'Hi s boat store ot 'Ward it Erady has
been lurniebed with a telephone.
The Jo Kinney was let oil the marine
ways and the Commonwealth was taken
on yc.-.tcrday afteriiuou.
The Ohio Valley i iwpnrtation com
pany ot Middleport, with a capital ol
frilo.iKiii, w.is incorporated at Columbus
"(..'apt. Henry A.Jones purchased Capt
( . (1. I'caree's one-sixth interest in the
Tlios. Sherlock Saturday, at guardian's
sale lor $.2,.0tl.
The Popular Star leaves to-day for
New Madrid with liHD tons ol narrow
gauge railroad iron. She may turn up
tlie Ohio and Tennessee niter delivering
Col. Srhoonniaker, the coal king oi
Pittsburg, was on 'Change yesterday.
The colonel is one ol ibe most active and
clear-headed business men iu the Missis
sippi valley, lie is attending to immense
( 'apt. ( lakes' fast propeller is to run on
the Lower Mississippi iu good water.
She is being lilled up with two saloon
cabins, fore and alt ot the engines, which
w ill be amidships, iier propeller will be
7 feet, half ol It lower than the hot loin of
the boat, and protected by a seag. The
boat is to draw It feet ligiit.
On Saturday the sale of the tug E, 11.
Ward, Jr., was recorded at the Chicago
custom house. She has been purchased
by Ira 11. Owcnoi Ch.cigo, from Orin
W. Potter, the manager of tho Ward es
tate, for .2(i,n(K). She was built at
W'yau lot in I.s72, and cost $!W,CJ(. She
is at present engaged in lowing vessels
from the mouth of tho -Mississippi river
to New Orleans, and is a iavoriteiu those
part-!. We believe it is the intention to
take her to Chicago.
Pinsiiriti;, Pa., September 2.I. The
Monoiigahela marks show 20 iuches of
water In the channel, nnd tailing slowly.
The weather is very warm, with good
indications of rain. The channel depth
al the trap to H Inches. A party of
South American capitalists nre in corre
spondence with a boat-building lirm here
lor the construction of two Iron steamers
to ply on the Li I 'lata river, At least
K),(i( (1,(1(10 bushels ol coal Is ready tor
shipment to lower ports on the lirst wa
ter, besides large quantities of Pittsburg
EniTuit Kri'nii.tcAN' Having seen in
your valuable paper soiueihlng from a
corresDotulent touching upon the kind of
boats, or steam tugs, lor the future meth
od ol cheapening transportation on the
.Mississippi nnd its tributaries to New
Orleans, caused mn to think lavorably
ot Ids suggestions. Having myself had
lllty-one years experience in our western
rivers, nnd having built seven boats the
ilrst In PW-cach ono proving to bo a
great success, and I will ndd that each
boat earned tho money to pay for herself
the Ilrst year they ran, I am Hilly satis
lied, ami It Is my firm conviction, that a
1,200, 1,100, or 1,000 ton proneller should,
and can, be built to run between St. Louis
and New Orleans that will prove
a greater success than nny other kind ol
boat. A boat can bo built to carry
1,(100 tons down, and 100 or 600 tons up,
at a' cost less than $2,000, giving her one
month to niako the trip in though 1 nm
conlldent. that It would not take her over
20 or 29 days to mnko tho round trip In.
' Fresh Baltimore oysters), rmw, stewed
Or filed, at allUours of the doy or nifht,
at Parry WalWs Crystal Balooui tit
U latum Itemlureil Powerless,
The most certain way to render pow
erless the ruliFinatic vapors which pro
duce chills and lever and other malarious
disorders, Is to fortify tho system ngalnst
Fiein with that matchless preventive of
periodic levers, Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters. The remedial operation of the
Hitters Is no lesi certain than their pre
ventivo ellects, and they may be relied
upon to overcomo cases of lever and ague
which re.:Lt quinine and the mineral
remedies of the pharmacopoda. 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 best safeguard which the
traveler or emigrant an take to an un
heal iby climate.
Li buying your goods at the r-hcapest
stora in Cairo the New Vork Store. 5t
.VI 1 UK NA.UK OI.lt NT AMI.
.-vol "liielmril lliiiiMflf" I. nt Million
Mr. S. Matson desires to announce to
the citizens ot Cairo nnd the surround
ing country, that he 1ms returned Irom
California, and again casting hiJ lot in
Cairo, has opened a new stock ol BOOTS
AND SHOES at the same old stand, No.
110 Washington avenue, between Eighth
and Ninth streets, w here, while thanking
his old friends ior their past patronage,
he desires to shako hands with them, and
supply them and many new customers
with anything they need in bis line. Ills
stock is coming right In every day, and
is the best the market affords. All are
invited to call. 57-lm
SjiiO.it willluivu more of those Extra
Mobile Oysters Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, Corner Twelfth street and
loot uml Mkii'm.
Fifty cases of men's boots and shoes
just received, and we offer them lower
than ever sold in this market, ( all and
xainine the lioot Brand, New Vork
Store eu-itom made, lor $:i.!iO per pair.
Full line of all kinds of boots and shoes.
it C. O. lVriKR & f 'o.
Yeast received daily at New oxk
Store for lainily nse. fit
Try the New York store yellow "C" su
gar, 10 lbs. for $1.00 St
3 AFFORD M0EEI3
. AND CANDE
73 OHIO LEVEE,
. . City Natlo.iul Bank Building, np-iUlri.
:he Oldest Established Affsnoy In Soutr.3
em Illinois, representing- ovw , .t-.
tfl5 000 000
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syruu,
Goods 'Delivered Promptly.
0. D WILLIAMSON,
And Heuler in
Ns. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
rpx. A I. attiritloi lm t eenalRtimrnta and
OJ13), Cjrtor? Twelfth and
ICE l.y the Car Load Ton or WI
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
!.nleoi tlieSt tliarlea.
RATES: $2.00 PER DAY
STRATTON & BLBD,
aasra akbbioar owdb o
hi Ohio Levee.
CHARTERED MARCH SI, 1899
CITT NATIONAL BANK, CAXBO
A. B. SAFKORD. Preaident. .
8 1 8 T A t LOB. Vloe President.
SBSt W. HfsLOF, mo' vend Tnasont .
P.W. Babclat, Cma QAUcstn,
t. M. Stockvlith, PadlQ. BcmrB,
R. H. CuinruieHAM. H. L. Haluday,
J. if Phuxim.
INTEREST psld on deposit! at the rate ol six
percent, tier annum, March 1st and Bepten
jr 1st. interest not withdrawn i added looms
liately to the principal of the deposits, taereby
riving tliem compound interest
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
Open every bueineeaday from 8a.m. to 8 p.m.
a J Hattinliiy eveninirg for tevinga deposits onff
rom H lo S o'clock.
W. HTSX.OF. TressBi-er.
City National Bank
W. P, HALUUAY, Preaident.
HKNUY li. HALUDAY, VlcePnsl.
A. II. Ht ruaD, Cahlef.
WA TKtt UYSLOF. Aae't Cuhler.
H. Utaati Tatlob, K. H. Cuinma&AAt,
II L. Hallisay. W. P. Hau.ioaI'
U. U. WiLUAHHON, Snnrsif ilisn,
A. B. Sattoud,
Exchange, Coin and United BUtti
.Bonds nought and Bold.
DEPOSITS received end t (enersl tanklna
r Hrois, rreaiaent. n. vreiif, usanier.
P. Nell. VicePrea't. X. J. Kertb. Aet. saU'l
Ooruer OommeroUl Ave. end 8t Btrest
K. Rriim, Csiro. Wm. Kings (sirs.
P. Nefl. Cairo. Wm. Wolft Cairo.-
A . Sunanks, Cairo. B. L. BUlliursley, lit. Loul.
G, Iluiler, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
F. II. Brinkmao, St. Loon,
J. Y. Clenison, Csiedouls.
X Weneral BunklDs; Boslnesa Doa
KJExchange sold and boniht . Interest paht
n ine Saving Deportment. Collections made,
nil all bualn eat oromutl v attended to.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wtaoleaale and Retail Dealers Is
Foreign and Domestic
WISES OF ALL KINDS
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSRS. 8MYTTI A CO. hsvs oonatentl
a larire stock ol the beat good, lu ibe auar
et, end Rive eapeoisi attention to Ibe Tthnleaale
snub of the buainass.
St. Louis, Mo.
IH08. A. RICK, A. X. 1. 1. 8., )
AS. KICK, a. M.,
, u. uuawuuu,.
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP $81 00
".TOST Complete. Thorough and Practical
coiirne oi etiiny in ine united
courne indispensible to every young nsa sja-
narKingos tne aea 01 me.
Tot IllMtrtsd OimUr,
TH08. A. RICEA. M.,l. B
F.stme of Robert J. Cundlff, UecesMd.
Tlie uuderaiKned, having beet appointed
administrator ol the e atstee LJto bsrt J.
L undid, lute of the eounfrTrUisnder.
and state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
irivea nolloe that h will appear before tli 'i
county courioi Aiexanueioouniy. m in
court boime in Cairo, at the November
term, oa the second llondav la DoveBber -next,
at which time all ptreoaa kevlur ....
claim against aaid estate are notified in .
requested to attend for the varpee ef
having the lame adjusted. All pertott
Indebted to said estate are renuseted te
make Immediate payment to the uadsr
slimed. Datod this Uth daT ef leejees.
ber, A. D. 1877. GaWB.01 FUUbV : ,
VITAL WR4K5S8S OH DKPIUMrOW I e '
weak tihanated feetlag, no rmny er imei - -!
the result f HKNTAJTovIH-WObI. IlibA. ''
CIltTIWNS OH EXCESSES, ttomn Anm M
the aym, Is alwsys eauwd BT Mnmps eye
UonMopathic peetie Ho. ej, It lanes as4
InviRoratestheiyelea. tinaste mi
energ? -stops las drain sail rOur the
entire mu. Besansed twenly years i Mr
e suonaes by Ihonaawls. Hold W j -te. . ,
PrieeliperaingleTlal.erf, wmfJ 'i;
BTSTislaMdTle( oJfwrdifJf J.-.t f
o recetps of price, iadr"" TV"' . itti .i
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