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.i!R0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
.ft- Any bualneaa firm can liar three lines
pwr, In Ihl column nnlirr appropriate tiraJiog
ithrrale ol l h-i iiiouMior tUrwiyear
eyabW quarterly malvan e. , -
Hardware, Htovr and Tin Ware.
A . H ALLEY Dealer In Strive, Tin end Hard
new, Garden and Vermem' Irniilemeiju, W Ira
juoda, Hcrrlxeratoie, l'limiw end Ijuliler.
l'j Commercial Aviiuc. uuucrmgi aud Jul
Work done on abort notice. '
i I ' 1 I : ' 'IMUM9. .
.. S.McUnKT-DIei in hard and loftlnm
mr, tioorlng, ceiling, nlilitijs and aurfaced
Iiiid'ht , Utli and aliinglee. Ofllie. and yard
im Tweatirin aired unilWafllnugtunavtiiUe-
LANCASTER A IllCK-DealTi in aa-h,
tori, tilln'lu, etc., hard ami soft lumber ami
lilr.nl. Yard ana olU , Commercial avenue,
uruer r.lli iltw,
I). HAKTMAX-'whlrr In queentiware, Toya,
' I .snipe and ell kinda 01 lancy arUU'M. Cuiuuer
: al avenue, corner Mb atrrut,
WILIJAM WI.NTF.K-Sixth olrti-t between
.oiuiiierclalavenue end W aahingtou avenue.
dothing ud Jleri'luial Tailoring.
.IOIIV ANTHIM-Merr.bant Tailor ami ilmlrr
III Ib-ady MadeU.ithlK. 78 Ohio Levee.
Heal Katate Agroclra.
11. .1. HOWLEY-Iteal Estate An.iit. It tys
nj dle real entate, collerta renta, pay lue
inr uon-reaidente.eu:. Commercial avenue,
i w-wi S mill ami Tenth afreete .
nl N K LK 1 IIISTI.H WOOD
Cotuin and Tobacco Factum nnd iru
irrlMnr of Ilia r'ermere' Tnbauru Wurilioii,
l r 17 Coniiuinerclal Avenue.
1 General r'orwanlinK and Coimu ion
ii.'.re.liauf, lor lli "alii ol Kami, uidcu, Or
hard ami Dairy I'ruduoe. "'OUw Lw,
f A. WlII.EI.Ot K AUI.
i (jcncral Forwarding and Optnmlmlnn
u.erelianie, and ilealeie In all kinda of Fruit und
Produce, trl Ohio Irvee. ' on-iruiiieiil solic
ited. HtenclU turni'lied on. ei!icatiou.
F. Hnnkel'a Hlltrr Wine or Iron.
Thla truly valuable tonic baa ln eo Ihor
oughlT f'twl bjr all rlaam-aof the rominunity
tliat it ia now dwmed mdiiinoul)l- i a t'inr
mtdlr.ine. It rtunta but mile, purlllin llir
blood ar.d tin bine U tli atomai li, ri-novatra
Hie ayatvin and iirolonKl lite terj liviy
for the mr'T Weak obimaRha, Otueial Ih
blllty, indirection, l)iwt ol tbe Moiiiai b
and loraJI raw reiUinnna tonic
Tkia wine incliiiln ih? moat arreeuliln and
prurient alt oi Irun we pnnaenaillruie m
maKnellr; oildi- combined ilh the moid em r
iretic of all KKeiable tonus T:llow Kruv un
lo 11 vant loHielliioK to tienKt!in you?
io 1 i want a good a,vllti' '.'
!io Jo 1 want lo K rid ul uervouaneta V
to Jti wanl enemy ?
Do you want to deep well !
Xu you Want to build up your coiiitilnlion .
lo you wai t to leel well
i)o you want a brik and vluof.'H fcelint' V
If you . u, try hl'MifcL'S JUilEK Wl.SK
1 onljr uk a trial Of ttm greut medium 1
liewarv of ooimurt'ite, an Kuiuel'a Hitter
Wineo. Iron u Uie only ture and ulectiul
rellielv i IlieUnown world loathe rn,aneiu
mi ol I)yt'psi und Debility, anil ti there are
a niiUilr of linilntiona offneii to the public,
I would caution the community to purclme
none but tin jcrmune article, manufactured by
. Kukel, it,d katinK bit itiiinu on the c.tk
ul every bollle. The very fart that othera are
;rylnj( to imitate thin valuable medicine, provtx
ita wortnand ieaki Toiuinea in it lavur. let
ibeKenuine. t. f. Kunkel'a.
sold only In ! liottlej. HoM by ilni?ristii
and dealer every whtfre. E, K. Kunkel, Pro
prietor, iiuNonh .Ninth Itreet, 1'hlladeljibia,
TAPE WOKM REMOVED AL1VK.
Head and U complete In two bonm. No
fee tillhejul )aaaei. teat, I'iD and Stomach
it'otina removel by Dr. Jvinktl, Nonh
Ninth atretU l'hilailelphia, Fa. (-end for cir
cular or ai you drU).gi-l (or a bottle nf l r,
Kunkel'a Warm Syrup. It never UlU. I'rici-tl
The ordinary Toroua I'laeter, on account
nf ita peculiar mechanical action, in esteem
ed an article ol merit: liut Beniou's aptme
l'orotia Planter U eonildered an article ol
eitiaoruludiy merlu It l"i thu numc
mechanical action, and, iu udd ti n, Jo;
aeaaea medicinal initlitiea ola nnml.'iTjH
.attire, wblcli catisea it to m l ut uti.'c,
relieve pain Immediately, and cure wl i ro
either roiutia l'laatenvfill not even relit e
Kor ltlKiinutim, l-amo an V.i:: I;... i, '. p!n;i
J unease, trick in the Il-cJi, hdu-y in.-rae,
Spra.na anrl llmlwa, Hevere l'nin n I Stit.
IV eti.nr.s of the liack, etc.
Tiie man .Cii.tiuei of
Bwnson's Capcine Flabter
K"ivl the Bighejt Medal at the Centennial.
It ia now tl) itanilnd remedy. It. as
tonlahiiiK paiu relievin and fUenKtlieDin
iiualltiea attracti d the attention ol the t i n
ti'tinial Jurror and tbotiand- of physicians
who visited the CcnU-nnial. who pronoune-
ml it the beat remeiiy ever invented for the
.Sold py ail DniMi.
i'lire. 'J.'i cent".
rtappr relief to om yomifr men 1 r i
ih rflerta of errora and aluiirn in'
UeailTlUe. ilnnuood Kentored. Im- Q
rji iiedlueutf) to murriag" removed..
L V(eW nethvl of treatment, New
S. and remarkabta remedies. Ibwiku 'Z
S3 and c re ulan eeut frei In eiel
lnru- Adder!) HoW ARO Ar- 2
W laofiATloX, 41'J N. Ninth at. I'hlla
)ldelphla. Pa. An institution huv- rjj
a lr.fa hilth reputation lor honor- "
'able conduct and profrs.iouiil
ILUNOIS CENTRAL It. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
3?he only Eoad Running Two
Daily Trmfl from Cairo,
Tralna Leat Cairo
j 'JO p.m. Fast Rxpresa, nrrvvintj In H.
Uuia SiOp.m.j Chicago, 7r.', .m.
I 20 P.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VlIiLB PAST LINE
Airlvlngln Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; LouIh-
Vllle. 11 - MlU4iJaw,T T.aw - ,
OF AHt OTflES BOVTE.
n. r9t Mail with BlccpnrN uttnt'li-
-..e. ut i una V'liinACii.
QU, IOI .K)A J HUM VUlV.v v
arrlflnf in St. LouIh st UiW a.m. Chi
nacrn at 4.30 D.in. Cnnnertlni at Odin
or KflinRham Ijr .Claclnuatl, I.otilvillo
FAST TIME EAST
faasenserr) oy i
4 : , '
f iascn'orfi l)y tlil lino ko throtiRh to
the Kast 'without nuy delay cruiecd by
The 8ATOKDAY AVTKHNOON TKA1N
, KKOM CAIBO AHKIVKS IN NKW
yolIK MONDAY MOUISINU
39 HOURS IN ADVANCE
' OF ANY OTHER KOUTK. '
AdyrtliemenU of oonipetln' linos tliut
Uiy malt better tluio lUun tbU ono, are
-are Iwuad either through ignomncn or.a
aealre to mhileftd the public,
lor through Utketg and lnlormatlon,
liUilj at IlllnolH Centrul B. B. Depot, Cnlro.
iBAiita aniiivi at caio ,
' Qen'l Bouthern .Agt .
r m . i , K.M.IC.
I I ThitkiilltliUor Hie aVTi! drder meet
1 a a, ,hl.ir hall the llr.Und third Monday
D each uiontm Coiuuieicial uvenV'i i door
until 01" llilhaireet, atHp.io. ,
.l.uirt l. Hrii vva, - -.
itr 1. Aet'AJ-ON LODGE, NO. M.
.T.-T Tr.:.....ri,u. -v VA.
vpL i'i dayniplit at hiJl'-pa-l bevtn, in Odd-
ruiowi' iiau. uo,
Cliancellnr t'ominun dt I.
ALEXXVOJill LODUK, NO. ZH.
n, inuei.endent omer or aa-ei
Iowa, iiKvia every luurailay nigni
at luJf-MUit iieven. In their ball on
inimeri'inl avenue, between sixth am) seventh
il'reeta t. It, lil iloil), H. (i.
"AIUf ENCAMPMENT, I O. O. r..nueta
vinodd-felluwa' Hall on the drat and tbirl
lueada) in every moiitb, ut half-pant eeven
A. I.OMIXO", C I
ft CAIllOLODUK. N0.2:I7,A.K. A A.M.
Hold retilar coinmuiiicationa iu Mh
Miu'w Hall, coni'T t iimmereial avenu
'and Elfrhlh atreid, nn the BePmd and
' .in tb MoiidbV olui'h mouth.
nit) OP AIVKRTINI!U.
IJA11 lilll for wlvertinirdf , art ilue and pay
alila im ADVA sea
Trtnaient adve.libini: ftill be inserted t tliu
ralu of U '0 per oqnnre for the flrot inn -rtion
and 6" centa for each aulmeijiient one A liberal
dltoouut will be ma le on alandiug mid dlnpl
Kor InnertiuK Kunirnl notice 1 " Notice of
meetinir of aocietiet or nu:ret ord' ra ' ccntii for
Church, Society, FV. tivul and Fupper notice
will only tie lnaertl aa advertiacmenui
No ailvertlHemeut will lie received at lean than
SO centa, aud no aiverti merit will be Inserted
ir lesf, tliui) three dollar lr iiionth
I.Ot'AI. Ill SIM.HM .VOTICl S
01' one Wjunri! H lines ; piiw) or more, in
serted in t!i! r.t r.i.i-TiN as follows : (Ui ss
than out; xijuurc countt-il as a i-ijuaro.)
On! Insertion i r Hqimn.' $ ."0
Two insertions it sqdaic 75
TlirPdlnKPrtlims jit sijtiare 1 CO
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks ppr Mjuitre - 2 50
One montli per siitiurc '! 50
rip:iul r:u;s niutlu on luva a'lvcrti -rnents
or Uir lotif'-r time-.
View of Marriage I
ntiriikul.al irtit,c un tat
lutira ol inirnafrx ik1 tti
- n-l!itt unlit Im if i, if
rrirt m HfproUuttifm tit
!i Diiii-hiivs cf Women.
1 A k lor fiptkif, tKi.a -J-
A rniVA 1 EMtD1CL ADVISER
ADiiftV, txc i'tnea, or Htcrut liiM-'.-iaea, U
lij'rit 't ctir, .V4 loiiTI'ii.''. (irt't- W 1 1..
A CLINICAL LECTUKE i. i)r- il Vt.fi gr.
ii.r i-i tljr Throat arl Lnnp Catarrh, Huptur, Ui
Opium n.-Jjit.i' ., pN'- iyrn.
.hjit la'k fut jwiwuIdh it?ripf nf pnrf . or a!1 'Vifpc,
'"ii'iiriiiii' 'Mijuyt .. U -juMuliv ...inlrauil. r
Aaantr 1)11. LUTTJ. No. It S. Mi t-U fat. Lou.iu Mo.
TL KsUAV.Oetebi r 2.1S77.
Three IN'ifihH, Coriimcrjcirif;
Thursday, Oct 4.
Tho Popular Western Comedian
MR. JOHN DILLON
And tho Charming Actresj
MISS LOUISE DILLON
Supported by a Company of Dis
tinguished Merit and Respect
ability. Tlnir-day Xi"li(.
"01 R JJOVS,
Noiv riiiniin to it : &V):h tiiin in l.oiiilon
The sii' i i'5 'inl comedy ni proitn--i in
Dip louilinj ritic.
..itiinliy Nijjht Hillon's ln-st.
Dl- BOOTS m HOLLER
'J licso plays am pre'entod willi apj ro
priiitp pcnicry ami stnxp uioiintino;.
Ailini-siiin, 50 renr'. Kesprveil Fat,
2fca!"TiplpH on fhIo fit Dan llartiiiuti's.
Thero h no c.i'so on record wlicro lr.
Morris' Syrup of Tnr, Wild Cherry und
llorehound Inn tailed to give satisianUon.
Ou the other hand, whenever it has boon
iiwd by our people, in severe colds,
coutjli?, asthma, bronchitis, croup,
vhoopinzcoiij!h and consumption, they
are enthusiastic iu its praise. Contain
ing no opium or other dangerous drux,
it does not constipate, and is sale to ad
milliliter in all conditions of health. This
Is an Important announcement, and tho
suH'cring aro lulvUed to heed it. Trial
size, 10 cento; luro sizes, 50 cents and
One Dollar. Sold liy Barclay llroi.
Also ngouts for Prof, rarkers l'leas
ant Worm Syrup, which is sure ileatli to
worms, rieitsant to take and requires
no physic. Prioo 25 cents. Try It.
Tho l.iiroeiiu llolel-neiluctioii In
Mrs. Harry Walker, propiictrc-.s of
the European Hotel, being well aware
ol Uio Btniiciicy of money, has reduced
rates to all who mny wish regular board
to sixteen (tollers per month or four dol
lars per week, tor. day board. In con
nection with tho European iiotul u a
first class restaurant,; whore oysters,
cumo aud all other ilollcaeles will bo
seryed at all hours during day or night.
Yesterday was culk-ctiii.r day, rinJ
the collector was very iiutneioiM.
nojnuujti4 puu Mioiju i.wj, j u
'103 'H. toT'II 1 1" 'Hf)0(l lo'PS
Mrs. Ir. Jocelyn loll yesterday alter
noon (o spend a few day with her friends
iu St. IjOuIs.
The l'ulaskl ..ounty cir. n.t court,
Jitiltfp. Ilil;er pre.-idin;', convene I yester
Judtfc? Mulkey, w e nio ulad Jo say, U
improving iu heallh. Hi; was out Jor the
first time on Sunday for some time.
The city council will meet to night.'
There is nothing ot special Importance
to come before the meeting so Ur us wi
As radical and effectually as anew
government will demise the iub!ie
affairs, Dr. Hull's Uiood .Mixture will
eh.atie your Mooil.
We request all mothers to stop uiiig
liudanutn lor their Habies, but ue Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup, a good medicine. It
contains nothing injurious. 25 cents.
The regular meeting of the Temper-
aiieu I iilon will bo held liu-day even
ing, October 2, ut eight o'clock, in Dr.
Im I.. II whih i . S eft-iry.
on ti (A u
uo)"un-iii itni ;i;jji' i) 'liii i.v. f, jaiuoa
',.rTliU JJ'ltlJ IB a'iotj OOipK
It this i-tie of the Brfi.rns dois
not contain its usual quantity ol reading
nutter the cause must bo attributed to
tic laet that yesterday was the lir-t day
of lie month, and that all hand-' about the
olliec had their hands full.
llemeiiib'T that the Stoddurt Comedy
company will open iu the ntheneun here
on Thursday evening, .lohu and I.oni -a
Dillon, who siHiid at the head oi.tln-ir
profe.ion in this country, are th" big
cards of the company. ''Our Buys'' i
the play for the fi r J t night. It h a grand
play and will no doubt -'draw well."
The attention ot grocer- and if "'!ers
is caileu to tlie advcni.-enielil Ol p. j.
Warren & Co., Cincinnati, in iie.'dle r
coluiini. Xo lioue excels tlu iu in their
line, and it bespeaks success lor them to
sj the enterprise they have in pu-hing
their trade. Write them lor v. h.ayoii
want, and he mre to eill on ilirm when
you arc In Cincinnati.
.bhniiic Fitzgerald, -iiii ot .Mr. i'lk
Fitzgerald, w ill leave t!ii rino'ning lor
Caie Girardeau, Mls-otiri, win re lie goes
to attend Sr. Vincent's college win-re
lie will go through a thorough course of
studies. We w i-h him succc. , and know
ing .John as we do, believe that if close
attention to Ins books will i'-Tuipl;-h
anything he will succetd.
Slaj. Jack Alden I-: announced in this
is-ue ol the Bi lleiin a: a candidate lor
the olliec of county trcaMirer. Maj. Al"
don li well known iu this locality, having
lived in Cairo the great l portion of the
tnie since IS'. I. Of his qtiali
flcaiiuns for the olliee tln-ie
caa be no quc-tiou. We have every rea
son to believe that the major will make
a strong run, and In case of hi-' election
he will be sure to m ike a gTd oilier.
The American Fire iusuraiici o ni
pnny of l'hiladclphia through their
agents iu this city, .Messrs. Saflord Mor
ris & Cundee, yesterday paid to .'d;.
Frank Swoboda the sum ot .t l.UtM, the
lull amount ol insurance on h s home on
Eighteenth street burned in the recent
lire. This is prompt work and proves
the American to he a good company.
Mr. Swoboda desires to return thanks to
the agents of tho company lor their
promptness in settling his claim.
A few days ago a man having with
him a child about a year old put up at the
Delta IloiHe, Col. Mockler proprietor,
where the man said he desired tostop for
several days. The next day the man h it
the house, saying that he had some hu-i-tiess
out in town, and that he would not
he away long and left the house, and
slice which time he has not been seen or
hear ! from, notwithstanding a thorough
-eart h has been made for him. The child
is now in the possession ot a lady on
Third street, who signifies a willingnc'.
to adopt it in case the lather docs not
turn up. ,J"
By agreement between Judges Craw
lord, Dougherty and Baker the circuit
courts ot tho Firt Judicial Circuit are to
he held by the several judges, as follows :
Judge M. C. Crawford is to hold the cir
cuit courts in the counties of Franklin,
Jackson, Saline, Union and Williamson.
Judge John Dougherty is to hold tho
circuit courts in the counties ot l'ulaskl,
Hardin and Johnson. Judge David J.
Baker, In addition to his duties as appel
late ludge, is to hold the circuit courts in
the counties of Alexander, Masao and
Fope. M o are informed that Judge
Baker will, by special request of Judge
Dougherty, hold the present (October)
term of the l'ulaskl circuit court.
Having taken charge of the grocery
establishment at the corner ol l-'mfrO'cnili
street and Washington avenue, and put
In one of the largest and bet a sorted
stocks of family groceries ever exhibited
In Cairo, Messrs Pettis & Bird uro now
ready for business, and invite the atten
tion of the public to their houso, Tliey
have given special attention to tho selec
tion ol their goods, and having purchased
for cash aro prepared to compete
with any other house In tho
city on sugar, oollec, syrups,
teas, hams, bacon, canned goods, and in
facto very thing in the grocery aud
provision line. They will ulways keep
on hand choice tresh butter, eggs, and
all kinds of country produce. They will
deliver goods in nny rart ot tho city
frco ofehargo and on Miort notice.
Messrs. Pettis & Bird solicit a shnro ot
the patronage ol our citizens, believing
that they oan give them better bargains
than cau be obtained elsewhere. Im
- Ladies in want of millinery fc-oods,
I hat.,, bonnet:), or trimmings of nay kind
or description Miould call on Mrs. 3,
Williamson, Commercial avenue, next
-door to tho atlienetini. It is a fict that
(1 itmot bo denied that her stock of goods
In every department D the most complete,
fashionable, most beautiful and withul
tho cheapest brought to Cairo since thu
war. She has some of the most exqul
nitely beautiful bonnets wo ever saw, and
which cannot but please those In ruurch
ot goods In that line. By ull means visit
Mrs. Williamson's betore purchasing
oDewhere. Sim Is also prepared t re
niodle and make new old hats, sh.ip,.
them over In the latest sty It, and ail f
the moderate sum ot from II.") to .V) eeu ..
JIats dyed either black or brown, (in,.
Mrs. W, a call and slei will be tnr,. t,,
please you. tf
.-Dr. M. M, Burke ot Alabama, a tho
roughly educated and seientiilt! g mie
man in Ms profession, Is now at iln St.
Charles h.itcl I" this city, where he will
remain lor u ew days in order to ue.it
those ot our citizens who may t-siro
his assistance. The doetor t,ejjs
leave to call attention to the
fact that during a large portion ot his
profcsMoiml career, he has been eon .eet
ed with hospitals and Institutions de
voted the treatment Ot chronic dis
eases especially and that he is prepared
to oiler every laellity for obtaining re
lict from such ailments. To this end, l.e
has supplied himself with U imerous ap
paruta. Among them is Dr. Jerome
Kidder's Genuine, Six Current Vitaliz
ing, Klectro-Metlical Apparatus the
most complete In its construction, the
most perfect and simple in its operation,
and the mo-t fjfwliic ( dUeuM, Dr.
Burke Is aware of the fact that Imposi
tions are frequently perpetrated upon
I'.e-jpleby unworthy und Incompetent p-r-sotis,
professing to relieve diseases ot
which they know tio'liing, and, In view
ol this, and desiring that ull .-heuld he
sati-ficd, cheerfully Invites them t call
upon him and Investigate his qualifica
tions. We have visited the doctor's
rooms at the hotel, and do not hsitate to
fay that ho has the most complete out
tit ol instruments lor work in his line we
have ever seen. The family physician
will, at all times, when desired by the
patient, be conferred with, and as the
undersigned is a member of tho Allo
pathic school unl a strict adherent to its
Code of l'.thics, he solicits the acquaint
ance and Iraternal regard of physicians
wherever he goes. He has no treatment
but what is open to the profes-ion.
Separate rooms arranged lor the reception
of ladies and gentlemen, A lady atten
dant will be always on hand. We advise
those ot our citizens needing treatment to
call on Dr. liurke, icdiiig confident th;.
he is able to do all that claims.
t. o. o. r.
Tii! members of Alexander f.odge
who desire to attend iho institution of a
new lodge of the order at 'Toledo, in this
county, will please report themselves
to F. Bross or John II. Robinson, and
get ready to leave Cairo on Wednesday,
October SJ,at2 p.m., by the Illinois
John 11. UoniNso:',
.i.jin- .(soro l Fair.
The great market of the Ii-tern
wori 1 has been held at this junction ol
the Volga and Olg.i rivers, in Hu-'-ia,
every summer lor hundred? ol years.
Here tlie nations of Europe a'.d Asia
meet with their products for trade. Cos
sack, Chinese, Turk and IVr.-ian meet
the German and the Greik wi'.h every
Variety of merchandise that niaiiki'.d
employes, from sapphires lo grind-toi v,
tea, opium, fur, food, tools and fabric,
and last hut xot least, inidieim -'. .I.e.
Ayzr & Co.'s celebrated remedies
America were displayed In an d.
bazaar where the doctor hinisul i
sometimes be seen. They are know,
taken on st' ppes of Asia as well '
prairies of tlie West, and are an iff
antidoje for the diseases tliat pr
the yaoitts ot the Xortli as Well e tho
huts and cabin ot the Western coo incut.
Fresh Baltimore oysters, raw, gtewc-d
Or n-iecl.atall iiouru of the day or i-ul.t,
atUairy Walker a Oryatal faaloon. Ot
AT TIIKSAMF. I.l SI AM).
c. t "Kirlmril lliiiisoll'' Out natson
"lliiu-icll Atfalii. '
Mr. S. Matson desires to announce to
tlie citizens ot Cairo and tho surround
ing country, that ho has returned Irom
California, and again casting his lot in
Cairo, has opened a new stock ol BOOTS
AXD SHOES at the same old stand, Xo.
110 Washington avenue, between Eighth
and Xinth streets, where, while thanking
Ids old friends lor their past patronage,
he desires to shake hands with them, and
supply them and many new customers
with anything they need iu his line. His
stock is coming right in every day, and
is the best the market aflords. All are
invited to call. 27-1 tn
Fresh Baltimore oystrg, raw, stowed,
or f nod, at all hours of thu day ornlKht,
at Hairy Walkor's Crystal Saloou. 6t
To my I'airoiuand ihe ruhlict
I take this method of introducing to
you my new place ot doing business lu
the future. Keason and experience
lias demonstrated to you and I
that no house that sells on
a credit can compote with thoso doing
business on a cash system. This being
true I have resolved to do a strictly cash
business In tho future. I propose to re
duce the price ol all my goods from 5 to
13 per cent., thus giving the buyer tho
advantage of going to market and buy.
lug where goods are sold tor cash
only. Goods will he de
livered to finy part of tho city as usual.
From this day we will have no pass book
accounts, nor keep any , books hi our
houso of any klud. Thanking you for
past favors, wo would ask a contluuanco
ot the samo under our new system.
Sept. 80th, lS77-2t.
hlCINAL, tWKVK'B lltl'OKl,
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Cincinnati 4 a i) 1
Louiavillc a j . j
Cairo ', 2 .. a
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St. Lo'.iia 7 i
JAMKS M. WATSON.
f'crg. an. Siijnal Service, L'. h. A.
Four lect I inches are reported at
Cupt. Poo of thu A. J. Baker was In
tho city yesterday.
The A. J. Baker and Belle of Shrcve
port will bo hero to-day.
The Silverthorne brought about lo.and
the llillinai lit) tons for reshipuient.
M. G. Shcpler, an old stcamboa'iiiaii,
died at Marietta, on the 2th, ot heart
The City of Vicksburg has a very
good cargo lor thu -ouih. All packets
were badly behind time owing to fog and
The Dora 'abler, for Evan-viHe, City
of lieiter, for Memphis, Future. City,
for Xew Oilcans, Jim I'isk, for I'aducuh,
are due to-day.
Wills. JIays is agent for the Hunan
Line of steam ships, passenger agent for
the Louisville and C incinnati United
States Mail Line steamers and the Chas
peak and Ohio rdlroad, river editor of
the Lotii-vdle (.''inr'mr'Jum'nnl, a music
composer ot rare ability ami the Ilnest
judge of "pin back "In Louisville.
From the Cincinnati f'omti-riut. of
S'lnduy: " Engineer Jim Dugan leaves
for Cairo Monday morning to take
charge ol tlie engine room ot the T. F.
Eekert."' Bully for Jim! We welcome
him back to Cairo and the Eekert, and
hope it may not be long uuiil lie will have
his hands full ol sunken steamers,
Mr. J.yland, Ihu veteran river editor
ol the St. Louis R-tmhl -'iH navs us a com
pliment in the is.-ue of last Saturday
which we appreciate highly, It Is our
rule always to give proper credit, tor all
dippings, but we are frequently mortilied
to fuel either that we have accideiitly
fail' d to do so or that the printer has h it
the "credit" out.
We are indebted to Will S. Hayes for a
special copy of the Louisville touritr
Jim nal ami his card. We dip the follow
ing Irom the paper:
The Howards have succeeded in setting
up all ihe frame work of the hull ol the
new steamer "John W. Cannon." Shu
will he a model ot beauty, aud "unchain
ed lightning" to run when she's let loose.
Caiiiain John doesn't intend tL tit any
body's hout shall outrun his, and the
Howards are doing their hvel he-t to
carry out their own (.esigns ard the old
ve'i ran's ideas. All they'll have to do
with the Viintwn is to load her up and
"tech her oil'," and she's gone.
The Cincinnati Commercial of Satur
day has the following items. "Captain
Jno. X. Schunk received a letter yester
day morning from Captain A.McKinzie,
superintendent of the Louisville and
Portland canal, through Clerk J. II.
Grillith, saying the canal would not
ojii.ii beiore Wednesday, October 10th.
( aptain Barrick, owner of the
Piairiu City, is about to bring suit
against ihe Indianapolis and St, Louis
railroad lor a detention ol his boat above
Wabash bridge, ut Torre Haute, lie
claims damages for 2 i days at ?7. per
Fc "nil Baltimore oysters, raw. atewnd
or Med, at all lioura of thn cloy or niifht,
at Hany Walker s Crystal Saloon, it
l'riiiii Swamp rind ll.iisli,
From land left saturated by receding
iloods, and from pools stagnating in sun
ken lots on the ouiskirts.of cities, rises a
vapor pregnant with di sease. Its name
is miasma, and it is laden with the seeds
nf lever and ague, bilious remittents, ami
other malarial disorders. How to cope
successfully Willi tliese destructive mala
dies is a problem solved more than a
quarter of a century ago by he discovery
ol llo-tettcr's Stouuie.i Bdten, which
has proved itself an absolute . peciiicfor
uiiasmatie disease in evi ry torm, its sure
preventive, and a superb iuvigorant and
general alterative of disordered conditions
of the system. Irrelragiblo evidence to
prove this fact has been accumulating tor
years, ard scarcely a day passes without
some fresh corroboration of it. Eminent
physicians have, after a thorough test,
pronounced the article perfectly ( fflea-
cious und absolutely pure, and tlie
American people long ago adopted It as
their favorite household remedy.
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
producti it are such as cold, irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
Ac. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural Implements are niaiitt
tadnred, the grinder protects his lungs
from the injurious etlccts of thu dust
Hying oil the grindstono by wearing a
respirator. The coal miner ere ho de
scends the shalt provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against firedamp.
Xow It is equally uecessary for those
who are brought in contact with any ot
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against It, the home stomach bitters.
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In tho Ilelscr building, wlicro ho Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons aud tho public- who
may favor Mm with u call. He has gono
to considerable cxpenso In llttlng up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
ho has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences, lie cm
ploys only llrst class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in stylo and will receive
courteous treatment. . t
Or and Excnrilon lo rblcagol
On Friday, Oct. 6th. Fare tor the
round trip, Cairo to Chicago aud return,
only $11,00. Tickets good going on spe
cial truln, Oct. Oth. Good returning on all
regular trains for twenty days after arri
ving in Chicago. Accommodations will be
strictly first class, Including Sleeoing
Couches, &c. Tickets will be sold on
board the steamer Jim Fisk at Pudticah,
and all points between Padutah und
Cairo; also at Hickman nnd Columbus,
Tickets to Milwaukee and Grand ila
en also on sale at $2.50 and $.'1.50 in addi
tion to tlie above rate (.$11.00.) s-t-t-Ut
A 4 uril.
Lancaster A, Hlce having bought out
my cntlro stock, consisting of doors,
sa.-li, blinds, glass, moulding, etc., and
added It to their already large and select
stock of a similar kind, I take pleasure
hi recommending all my former patrons
and the public generally, who wish to
purchase anything in their lino to give
them their patronage.
II. L. KlS'NKAK.
Caiuo, Sept. 2!i, ls77. tf
The linn of Lancaster & Riee, having
distanced all competitors in their line of
business, always selling at the low t
llgiu es, keeping constantly on hand a
lull supply ol building and finishing
lumber ol all kmds; doors, sash and
blinds, oil, lead and glass. In fact every.
thing in the building line. All orders
promptly filled at tho lowest bottom
You t un Sin o
Money by getting your building material
ol Lancaster & Uice, They are selling him
her at mill prices; a large amount of white
pine and cypress shingles ol the best brand
constantly on hand. We sell pino shiit-
gles at $1.7' per thousand; sawed cedar
posts at ut 2.") cents each; w hite pine floor.
Ing at j?22."i0 per thousand; pine siding
at f 13.00 per thousand. Try your luck
with this firm. tl.
i Hir.. II iihs-i nil nmi Try IIk-iii.
Having discharged Dr. Lower and
renovated my bath rooms, with tho addi
tion of a new receiver otter the latest
and most convenient style, I shall take
great pleasure in giving baths either
medicate I or otherwise, to all who may
call on me.
Im Da. D. Artkr.
Caiho, iLMMOrs M.ivn.iv K.vkninq,
IKtulier I, 1.-177.
The weather lor tint past week or ten
days has been delisihtfully pleasant. The
days are warm though not excessively
so, while the evenings aro cool anil
pleasant. The health ol tint city is good.
Business is fair and all.urs on tlie levee
present an animated und active appear
ance. 'The rivers are low end continue
to tali. It is now understood that the
government work on the Mississippi
river back ot Cairo will be resumed
within a tew days and be pushed as tar
as the present appropriation will carry
In the flour market there is a slight
weakening on choice grades, and prices
are a shade lower; but low und medium
grades are steady and lirrn ut quotations.
The demand Is fairly active and transac
tions are liberal. Keeeipts are (air and
stocks on the market good The de
mand lor corn is light and almost
entirely for milling purposes. Receipts
for the last tew days have been more
liberal and tho supply now on tlie
market is fully equal to the demand.
Prices arc steady at fIOc for choice
white in sacks The demand for oats
is modcratively active and transactions
since last report have been liberal. lle
ceipts are good and the supply on the
market is fully equal to the ucmand.
Prices are steady at 20o7,27c The
hay market it flat. There Is
scarcely any demand what
ever, and pi ices are low, weak and ir
regular. Beceipts are good and the mar
ket well supplied City meal is lu
fair supply and steady at $2 S52 40.
The demand is light. Country meal Is
plenty nnd quiet at $2 13012 25
Bran Is in good supply and tteady at $12.
Beceipts of potatoes are fair, and
demand good at quotations- Poul
try is in light supply nnd good demand.
Prices are unchanged There Is yery
little choice butter on tho market, and
none arriving. Tlie demand is active.
Medium grades are plenty and dull
Beceipts ot eggs aro light
and the market lightly sup
plied Vegetables are abundant and
dull. Cabbage Is worth $3 C00 00 per
100 A limited supply ot strloily
choice apples would sell renlily at $2.
All other seusonaLlc fruits are plenty
Bates by river to Xew Orleans arel7Jc
per cwt; 22Jc per 100 oa hay, aud 33c
per dry bhl.
Way rates are grain, 25c; Hour, 50c;
3 THE MAIIKET.
tyOur friends should bear iu mind
that the prices hero given are only lor
sales from tlrst h inds In round lots. In
lining orders and for broken lots It is
necessary to charge an advance over
Tho market Is a shade lower ou choice
grades, while low aud medium grades
are steady and tlrm at quotations. Ke
eeipts ot flour aro good, und stocks are
fair. Tho demand Is fairly active. Sales
200bbls. Various Grades
5 0O&7 00
5 ooao 78
uCkstaVl I . .
on orders 5 007 00
The demand for corn Is small, and
generally for milling purposes, Receipts
lor tho last lew days bays Uon more
liberal, aud th stock In the hands ot
dealers It fair though not large. Prices
are steady at quotations. Sales noted
were 2 cars white ia bulk, 40c; 3 cars
white In sacks, 51c.
Beceipts of oats are liberal and demand
moderate. Tbe market is well supplied.
Prices are steady at quotations. Sales
noted were 1 car mixed In bulk, 20c; 2
cars do, 27t; 7 cars mixed, 27c; 5 cars
mixed lu bulk, 27c; 5 cars mixed In bulk,
27c; 2 cars heavy northern In sack, 32c.
Beceipts ot hay slncconr last report
have been fair, aud the stock on the mar
ket is now fuir. The demand Is weaK
and conlined almost exclusively to tbe '
local trade, Sales were i cars choice
timothy nt $10 jOoJII; 2 cars mixed, $ 60
City meal is In good supply and fair
demand at $2 33(V2 40. Country meal Is
iu good stock and quiet at $2 152 25.
Sales noted were 300 Ubls. city i 36(a)2 41.
Bran is In good stock and fair demand
at quotations. Sales reported were 200
sack8, $12; 50 sacks, $12; 125 sacks $12; 1
car in bulk, $S 75.
1'eceipts of potatoes are liberal and the
market is well supplied. The demand la
lair and prices steady at 4C(i45c. per
bushel and $1 251 50 per baircl.
Receipts of poultry continue light,
and iho supply on tbe market Is not
Urge. Ttm demand is lair and prices
steady at quotations. Sales were 2 coops
good young chickens, $2; 5 coops young
chickens, $1 7.5(a2; 3 coops old hens,
There Is an active demand for choice
butter. Receipts are light, and the mar
ket Is almost bare. Medium grades ro
plenty and slow sale. Sales reported
were: 10 tubs Central HlluoU, 20c; 6 tubs
.Northern. 2325c; 30 palls Northern,
25e;4 palls Southern Illinois, 15o; 6 pails
cooking butter, 12jc; 15 packages South
ern Illinois, 1214c; 10 paoksges Centra
Illinois, ltlH; 13 packages Choice Wis
consin dairy, 2425o.
Receipts of eggs are light and demand
good. .Sales pjjgs wero 10 packages, 14c;
2 eases, 1 jc; 5 boxes, 14(3)I5c.
Choice apples well packed are In food
demand at $2. The supply is very light.
ah otner graoes are plenty ana ami.
We note prices as follows : Prime live
geese, 40c; mixed, 25($i5a.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides are worth dry flint, 15'6c;
Green salt, H7c; jfreen, G6Jc. Sales
tallow were lod lbs. 77Je.
Choice bright pealed dried apples are
worrK.KJiIJu; peaches, Gi6J.
Males fruit were 400 lbs. grapes, t6c.
Sales salt were 150 bbls. Ohio riyer,
Vegetables are plenty and qnlet. Cab
bage is worth $5 608 00 per 100.
WHOLESALE AND BXTAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Cornet 19th flt. and CommerolaJ At;
C. O. PATTER ft CO.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Betwetn Waahlnarton andZOoaunaroia
Aye adjolnlnr Hannr'a.
TION. $400 Invented by us In 60 day I Straddle
hiv-m.nleir3 750- S10O have paid SI, 700
in 30 tiayi . Vic guarantee all 60 day Straddles
Money rriundinl if no profit ii made. Kefwtncca
given. Correspooileuce toltctted,
E II (111 KELT, ft CO.
Member New York Stock Exchange.
is Broad Sirs
Wholeaele ".Dealer In
3 .Hi), Cif-nr Twelfth and
ICE hy the Cur Load Ton or Will
STRATTON & BIBD,
Oommi ssion Mercha n
AOBNTS AXlBIOAtr POWDI O
IV7 Ohio !
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And Dealer la
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