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..ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
. Any builriMi Arm can have threeline
pace, in this column under appropriate heading
liberate il It.Ni r noathor 1J per year
II aril w are, Rloves and Tin Ware.
A. IIALLEY Dealer in Moves, Tin and Hard
ilr, Uaidcn end Farmer' Implements, Wirtj
nods, itrtrlyvisttori, Tump and Ladders
15 Commercial Avenue. Guttering, and Jot
Work done on short notice,
,.r', flooring, criliaKi "Minn and surfaced
.uiuhcr, lath ami shingles. Office and yiirj
utner Twentieth street and Washington avenue"
LANCASTER ft UICEDealers in sash,
loom, blinds, eic, hard and ofl lumber ami
lungu-s. Yard and ofllci', l omrivrcial avenue,
' 1 1: r i: th street.
U. UABTMAX Jwler in Queeuswar, Toys,
J ..in-' and all kinds of fancy articl. C'nmroi r-
ul avenue, corner Mh street.
WILLIAM WrSTEK Sixth street between
oiutuercisl aveuue and Washington avenue.
Clothing mid Merchant TalloriiiK.
JOHN AM .IM Merchant Tailor am) dealer
iu K fluty Made Clothing. 70 Ohio .
RamI I'.utiktti Airiiitflf.a.
M. J. HOWLEY Real Estate Agent. Iluys
tout sella real mute, collect! rrnu, pays tain
.,r non-resident, etc. Commercial aveuue, Le
i ween Ninth and Timth strt-cle.
MIXKLE 4THISTLKW OOD
Cotion snd Tobacco Factor mid pro
,i "inra of Hi Farmer' iobauo. VVuiehoye,
I . a l.'7 C"iunin"T''ial Avenue
i .sM'hll Vi l -
L Central Foivruiding ami Commission
luoreheut, Tor the sale of Kami, Garden, i
nard aud Dairy Produce, mi Ohio Levee.
P A. WIIl.EI.Ot K A CO.
fj General Forwarding and Commission
men I. and), and dealers in all I. null of K mil and
iodu.ee. M Ohio I.cvee. Comugiiiiiente solic
ited, Hiennl furnished on application.
I be ordinary Porous Planter, ou account
'it its peculiar mechanical action, Is esteem
ed an article oi merit; but Bensou's Capelne
Porous I'laster is considered an article of
extrsorulnaiy merit. It Las the name
mechanical action, and, in add tiun, pot
teste niedicina.1 qualities oleremarkut.il
Lkture, which cause it to act at once,
relieve . am Immediately. aod cure where
other Porous Filiate r will not even relieve
t or Nhe imatism, Lain" an W'ak llrk, Spina
iilmar, rl k in tli' Jtack, K.dn'y Uiwa,
opra.nn and llniiwn, Hver i'ain" Stilcii'' ,
W eW'j1. of tic U, eic.
1 he uianuikclurei of
Lodbod'b Capcine FluHter
h.'c,'l ill' Hi(rh't ii'dal at ihc enti niiial.
It i now the. ttandird remedy. Iu
tobliihlnK relieving and -trcntctbcniD
(jiiaJltlen attracted the attention oi tbe Cen
tennial Jurronaod tbounands of physicians
who visited tbe Centennial, who pronounc
ed it tbe heat remedy ever invented for the
Oove aliment. SiM j.y ad lni;;j.'it.
I rite. ceiitf.
ir4Harflay liro. will tiiily thP tra lc
A und wouderliil inviatlon lor
vvaibln. Washes like mairic; better than
oup for washing anything -, wabcs in one
third of tbe time; wa-hea in bard or soft,
hot or cold water; the only preparation
ever invented that will prevent woolen
from abiibkinir; wort b four tirnea it" prP e
fer naxhlnif woolent alone.
Mrs. Henry Ward Beccher
ieeouircendit It to all bonaekeeper, "nys:
"Tbry will reiulee both for economy' take
and tbe lattey ol tUeir clotbln.', and thut it
i an no more in jure clothing or bandn thau
common warm water.''
Ill I'latt Street, New York.
i3T.Wrcliy llro. will aupply trade in
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
t Tbe only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Train Leave Cairo
il p.'". Kurt Klpren, arriving in St.
lAtiif p. m.; Cblcaifn, a.m.
I 20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS-
vIlle fast line
.rrivihg1 n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, Ht2. a.m.t Indlanapolitt, 4;lfi a.m.;
t'a-tnecr by tuia tralu arrive at above
Of A5Y OTflEB BOUTE.
il.MIp. m. Kast Mail witb ileepers attacti-
ed. for Kf. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arriving iu Ht. Louis at U:.W a.m. Cbl
caifo at 4,10 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Kftlneham lor Clncinnutl, Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
ffcaxenferi by tula line go through to
tbe fcait ;wiinoui any tieiay oauneu uy
fbe SATURDAY AFTERNOON TRAIN
r'KOM CAIRO ARRIVES IS NKW
YORK MONDAY MOBMNO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Advertisement! of competing lions that
they make better time that tbla one, are
are toiled either through ignorance or a
tenlre to mislead tbe public.
fror through tickets and lnformution,
ipply at Illinois Central R. K. Depot, Cairo.
1 RAINS AHMVB AT CAIBO
Gen'l Southern. Agt
il. Jon is, Ticket Agt.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Btwffl Waahina-ton andOommercla
Ave adjolnlna? Hanny'i.
TION. in 30dy. V liiaranteeall 60 dV Btraddlea
Money refunded It no profit l made. JUIireucei
Memb.. York MWJt;
P.O. Bo 2013,
IV U VABVANO EI
K. M. b.C.
TliokulCht. of the above uuh t M't t
at their hail the lint umi third Monday
n erub in'intb. Cotiinivrciul avenue, 'M door
outh of Wii ", ale p.m.
.loiiw li. IIulmm, (,. n. M.
ASCAL05 LODGE, NO. 61.
KniirhlJi nf Pvthlim. miptli nvpw Vrim
f day night at hall-paat eviin, in Odd-
rellowi' nail. novel,
Cbancellur tomuiand" r.
Mm, ALEXANDER LOIJGE, NO. H.
jTt IndependMit Orlcr of Odd-Eel-Mr
S lows, nierra cvmry Tbnraiiay nigbt
'mmV atbulf-patitacvvn, In thtir hall on
"onimernal avenue, hatwrcn Sixth and Seventh
STrpta i. I). Risi'uitn, JV. ti.
MAJHO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. T . meets
v;in odd-EeUowa' Hall on tbe first and third
l uiwlav in every inonih, at hulf-paat aeveu
A. ConiMos, C P
ft- C Al HO LO I GE . K0.2'!7,A.F. ft A. M.
-J Hold regular communication in Ma
Crsotio Hail, corner Cotumercial avenue
f Vand Eighth atrttt, on the second and
ourih Moudav oi each ruoulli .
RtTKN OF AVKKTIMI..
tfAU bills for advertising, art du and pay
able l. AbVAca
Tm.alerit advertising will Ik iueeiled at thv
iala nf (1 W perupmre for the Cut insertion
and V) cents for each mibsiuen. one A libvral
discount will be in&de on atanding anddiapl
Eor Inserting I uneral notice II "J Notice ol
liieelli.g of societies or secret orders 'M cents for
tack insertion .
Church, Society, Kcatival and Sii.r notices
will only bt inserted as advertiwiuents
No advertlcemeut will be rcceivnl at lesa Uian
An cents, and no advertisement will be in, rtid
ir lent than three dollars lr niontb
l.r l. BI'al.I.NM XOTH l.H
Of one square: (H lines rpacf) or more, in
serted in the P.LI.I.KT1N as follows : (I.er,a
than one siiuare counted hb a stitihre.)
One iirerllon pe r square - $ .V)
Two iiisTt'ions per square "")
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 73
Two weeks per sqnare 2 i50
One month per square. ' "
Special ratt-s made on larjre advertise
merits or (or longer time,
View of Marriage !
AOUIdfttQ Wfd" inl
'tlt1Ullitil lrri'it (ill th
(ulir-a ol nurriii't tn4 fu
itauMii!iii uunt tur it : iii
rrfrt of Keprodunt ifti artd
itt.e Diidfteua of Wontn.
r tlA HHlVATt MEOICAL ADVISER! n ,
Of) ill (! ! tfrf at sjt i Private Nwture r.iiJ irm Snlf
AbuM, Eiceuet, or Barrel DiMiaiea, Uu u. Uit
U'rfi of i urr, .'.4 .sri'f MifM. pru Mt I.
A CLINICAL LECTUKE of, thr 4 wvi m l
thoM u tf. TtiroliKl L n Citari b.Eiiyture, iu
Opiuitt lUb(t,A ., priT 10 i -tt.
iill.tr Uok ni pist(j4.rl un t'tf otririi-r- or i", thrtt,
coiin.n.ritf I'U-i tft'ii i!t.. y inttttruti-d. lf it.
AaumiUH. lJUTT3.No. US biue.i. HI. Luih, ilc
Wl DNK.sDAV.Octohvr 3, 17.
AMI fcr.MI VI
Three Night9, Comiiieuoinp;
Thursday, Oct 4.
The Popular We&torn Comedian
MR. JOHN DILLON
And the Charming Actress
MISS LOUISE DILLON
Supported by a Company of Dis
tinguished Merit and Respect
Nov rniinliiw to ItsS.'iOth time In London
The sii 'resHliil comedy as produced in
the leading cities.
Saturduy Xl'ht Dillon's hi jt.
DK BOOTS AND HOLLER
'J liese plays are presented with appro
priate scenery and Majje mountings.
AdniKslon, .10 eeittis. Reserved seats
2Jfe?i'leliets on sale at Pan Hai tman's.
I ..! -I.. I 1
Sa Failure Kiionu.
There is no case on record where Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
llorehotind ha9 tailed to ciye satisfaction,
On the other hand, whenever it has been
used by our people, in severe colds,
coughs, usthnia, bronchitis, croup,
whoopincoiijrh nnil consumption, they
are enthusiastic In its praise. Contain
ing no opium or other dangerous dniR,
it does not constipate, and Is sate to ad
minister In all conditions of health. This
is an important announcement, and the
Rullerlng are advised lo heed it. Trial
size, 10 cents; largo sizes, IiO cents and
One Dollar. Sold by Barclay Itros.
Also agents for 1'rof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physio. Price 25 cents Try It.
The t:uroieHii Hole l-nciliiciloii In
Mr.s. Hurry Walker, proprietress of
the Kuropean Hotel, being well awaro
ot the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to all who may wish regular board
to sixteen dollcrs per month or four dol
lars per week, lor day board. In con
nection with the Kuropean Hotel Is a
first class restaurant,; whore oysters,
game and all other delicacies will be
served at all hours during day or night,
The n e seadon is about pl.iyuioiit.
The city Is full ol trump nnd petty
Jir. C. II. Woodwind I' ll jvnterdiiy
allcrnoon for St l,ou'.
Frank J. rhnpiniin, of iv.rbondale,
ws s in the city yesterday.
The public schools op;i,M uondny
with an'iuimsually Inrj;.? ntteni'inre,
Who wants to be c nity rrr.mis
sUiner' Won't somebody tt.i the
It is welcomed by all lik- r. i,r .v - fir
in society. We nieiin Dr. P.nl! P.Iood
The city council nu t In rc,r 'ihi
?!on last night. The proeeeiUn' ;n
Our young l'i icndi Paul h-'elmh, i,ef.
Frazier and reveral others wi tit .- "t.
I.ouis luvt niL'ht to ttttrnd the fair.
.John F. !. 'arlnt-y.tlieirreprc viiilc
Slack, of tiie Metropolis Times, was in
town ye-ti rd.iy. He is as handsome us
We rij!i'et to learn that Mr. I', hor
s.'Uieger is again seriously ill, and hope
that his recovwy may bo speedy an l per
nianent. The Presbyterian synod for South
ern Illinois will i.ieet at IMI'-vilic about
tliel"itli of the pp-ycnt inoii'li. Mr.
icorire will ntfenu.
no)Stnip:t:.v ptnr vjujs il'UU')'A.F, J in
joo 's.X.) i jpiuj p; feooa jootp)
.fohu Sliaiine-y was in the ciry on
Monday. He left the eliy tin MoiMny
evening fur Marion to attend tlie Wil
liamson county fair.
Dan Jlailmati is eyjiecti .1 honi" to
day. Ho has hoiiolit an iiiiiucri : stock
of goods in his line, which wiil he
ojiened and ready l ircvliihi'.ion in a i-w
It is said th tt tie' amount of wheat
that will In-planted in this county thi-i
fall will he one-fourth larger than in
any other single -u - ti i:i tic hi-tory ol
'. 'III IAH
tl iJiT'liq v tits p.ij),' ii.ivi i..i, a;iili'i:i
Ce-)J M tr-l - R s-.joorj ooqii; -
'1 Ik- governor hss ouVred a r' .vanl
oi two hundred dollars for the a-.preh'ii
sion ot the niiinh rer ol Hoberl li. I.iitlc
at Sparta, Kiindolph canity, on the :t"th
ol S' pti ir.h' r.
The tin at, Da-I' in ircus one ol
the be t show-' on the ruad." will ex
hibit in Cairo on Monday, i- tolx r Pith.
The agent, lor tie: .-how La - bet n in the
city lor v.i alday :.
.Mr. Carle Peter-, the well-known and
popular blacksmith and Mi-.; Whitcainp,
were rnanii-d at the 'iennan Lutheran
ch'irch, by ll'.e Pev. ('. fur.-.'hnfr !i !
evening. May tin y live long uuJ pros
per. -1 he Jackson county f.ir eointnciiei's
on Tuediy next and will enntinne
three days. Indications are that the dis
play ot stock, grain and fruit will be su
perior to any former lair for evral
P. A. Miller, general p:i-eiiger and
ticket aitent Inr the ' airo Mid Vinccnties
railroad, who went to llosti.n to attend
the general pa-iengcr and ti. k-t agents
convention held la.-t week, returned to
the city yesterday.
Mr. Ilobert Smyth weiU to S.. I.ouis
VCj-terduy altei noon to atten 1 the I iir.
Mr. Smyth has his iii.c truithii.' colt in
tbe bauds of a trainer in St. I.oui
expects to sec him do fine work in
speed rlnij at the fair.
Why do so many parents thirl,
drcn troublesome? becaiK-e th.-y er
why do children erj'r becau -e ibey -i
Dr. Pull's baby syrup rclievt-s all
that babvliood is subject to, and
costs 2.1 cents per 1ml tie. j
The laying ol the cable connecting
the ofllee of the. Iron .Mountain railroad
at liird's Point with the general otlhvs
in this city ha.; been .-uecestully com
phted. Mr. I. M. McKinie of Si.
Louis had charge ol the work.
The Walker seduction ra:e will
probably come up at the present term ol
the Pulafki county circuit court. The
cao attracts considerable attention
among the friends of the young lady.
Walker is still in jail at Mound City.
The atheneum is being put In order
lor the opening ol the Stoddart, ouiedy
company on Thursday evening. The
announcement that John Dillon the fa
mous comedian Is with the company in
sures good hou.-1's during their ftay in
-Sarah Williams, an old oilender, war,
before his honor Judge Piid yesterday
on n charge of drunk and disorderly.
Sarah Is a hardened caso :nd gives the
police no cud of trouble. She was lined
twenfy-livc dollars and costs and sent to
the calabnoe lor twenty-live days.
A knock-down between a couple ol
well-known gentlemen yesterday at tbe
comer of Sixth street and Commercial
avenue created considerable excitement
The boys wero requested to step up to
Judge P.irtl's ofllco and settle, which they
did and each paid fivo dollars and costs.
The following wero among the arri
vals at the Planter's llousn yesterday:
W. A,Puriis,Helkimp, Ills.; John Haty,
John Long, Indianapolis, lml.; James
Bull, Ullln, IU.; 1. C. Dtigan, Covington,
Ivy.; .lames Swank, L. I. Dlekerson
Mo.: J. C. Sublctt, Clinton, Ky.; M. J.
Uamlitt and sister, Wolf Island, Mo,; J,
If. lialdrldge, Mobile, Alabama.
A cold-blooded niul unprovoked
murder is reported to have been com
mitted about tlye miles from Vienua in
Johii'on county on Saturday laat. The
murdered man was named Moots and
the murderer's namo is Amett, Arnctt
was arretted and had a preliminary
hiaHii'' on .M.jtiilav cvi'iiin;,', fi'i l
toiiiiuitli'd lo without hail If ri-vnil
the action of the griunl Jury.
Mr. W. P.Scott, with Prani. f ; t,,;i-,
wholesale clothier, F.vansville, Iu liana,
will be In the city from the Sixth to tho
Tenth of this month with a full line of
samplej for lull and whiter .r.iiti and
overcoats. Mr. Scott will be prepared
to supply all who may want good : in hU
line at the most reasonable, prien '. All iu
want of winter wear stiotild gi-'- l.im a
Mr. Tuouiaj Coir, late d ."iheboy.m,
Wis., has accepted a position in the oilice
ot the St. Charles hotel as clerk. Mr.
Cole has filled the position of rle:k In
some of the leading hotels ol th" country,
among them the Sherman 1 louse, Chi
cago, and New Hall House, of Milwaukee,
lie Is an exceedingly pleasant an I ellablo
young man, and will no doubt become
popular with our people and Ihe'ruvi-hng
The canvass lr county clerk 1 w.n m
ing op, and the "hoys'' who are anxioiH
to serve the dear people in that capacity
are "getting their work in lively.''
Huiiiniaud llawkln-', Stewart and Yo-t,
Hely und Planert and Pitcher are ail on
tlu go, laying their claims: before the poo
pie, and each has his own particular -t ry
to tell of Aii idea of j ti.-.t how the clerk's
ollke should be run.
'1' he-river editor of the llri.i.ni i. iu
hi-report yesterday said he had re
ceived a copy of the Louisville f'.oe
J;r:t'i!, together with Will Hays' card.
Walt, was mighty shv about that p q r,
and we didn't get to see it. SesUr lay,
however, we ran aero--i a ropy of the
C.-.l. ot September L'!h, and here's what
we found in its river column :
'I here ain't a man who could Lappii r be
Thau a chap down at. 'ali o naui" ! al
ler Mclv o.
He cocks up h s nose ami tak'.s mpi-J
ll'n n rnl that he's o,,i .: he-Ides.
Chorus by the hoy-, on the vvharfbo-i!
Who-OOp;- tWoUoll.il'.s heji'ies.1 "
WJt'.i as happy a? a hoy nt a circus
that'sgo' .?: be--ides.
---I.Telies ill want of Iliiiline.V grids
li.it , boiuic'u, or trinimiiigs i any Kind
fir description liould call on Mrc. S.
Williainson, Couine reiil avenue, next
door to the atlieiiii'.m. It. i-a Int. that
cannot he denied that In r stock of goods
in every department is the most complete,
la hiotiabl", mo t beautiful and withal
the cheapest brought to Cairo since the
war. ike ha- some of the most exqui--i'ely
beautiful bonnets we ever saw, and
which cannot but picnic tho?e In seaivh
of good8 in that line. Hyall mean'- vi-it
.XI i' s . Williams-ill's lulor" purehi-iiig
el-ewhere. She h al-'o jirepared to re
modle and make new old hat-, .dup"
them over In the latest style, and all for
the moderate sum ot from .!1 to .1) cents.
Hats dyed either bl.ii k or brnrtii. (Jive
Mrs. W. a call and -1, will he .'ire lo
pi. a-:eyou. !f
l!aing tal.i n charge ,i t!c; gr ercry
e-tuhll.-hiiieiit at the corner id ro:ii't"M,th
street and Wa'-'hingtoii avenue, and put
in one of the largest and be.-t assorted
Stock nl tamily groceries ever el'ihited
In Cairo, Mes-rs Pettisit Ilird arc now
ready for business, and invite the atten
tion of the public to their hoti-e. They
have given cpeeial attention to the -election
ol their goods, and having p'.iieha-ed
fur cash are prepared to uupete
v.i'.li any other houi-e iu the
city on snar, coltee, syrups,
tea--, ham-, bacon, canned good-.'and iu
facte verythiiig ill the grm-. '-y aad
provi-ion line. 'J'hey will aiv.ay-. le eji
on hand choice ire-h butter, iggj, ;ii,d
ail kinds of country produce. i'ley v, ill
deliver goods in any pai l el (lie i ity
Ine of charge and on short noliee.
Mes-rs. lVttis I'.ird solicit a share oi
the patronage ol our 'iti.eii.s, lielievin;.'
that they ran give tin in better bargains
than ;'ao be obtainei! i;lse hi Pa I I.I
1 niie.r.il Nliliec.
The I'.it.eial -erviec- ot the late 'ii orge
Miil.liao Will be held a!, ti c Ceiin.Mi
Lutheran church, Thirteenih sti'ei t, to
day, Wedncsd'iv, fietohu 3rd, at I p. in.
Tr :iii will leave font id Kightli street, at
2 !ij o'i lock lor A'iila Pldge, where the
ri main-' will he inteiied. f riends ol the
dceca-eil are respectfully invited to
c.tiei.. II!,, O loli.-r u. 1-;;.
Saiifci'ior Mobile Oysters lit SpiG.it',
Comer Twelfth and Leven. Also Mack
inaw Trout and White Fish ou Friday.
'I'ii n'.y IVi'ilisand the 1'ul.iio ;
I take this method ol introducing to
you my new place ol doing business iu
the tuture. Ifea-'on mid experience
has demon United to you and I
that. no house Hint sells on
a credit can compete with those doing
badness on a ca.-h system. This being
true 1 have resolved to do a.-trlctlv cash
business In the future. I propoe to re
duce the price ol all my goods from .1 to
1.1 per cent., thus giving the buyer the
advantage ol going to market and buy.
ing where goods are oH lor cash
only. Hoods will be de
livered to any part, ot the city as usual.
Prom this day we will have no pass book
accounts, nor keep any hooks in our
house ot any kind. J hanking you lor
past favors, we would ask a continuance
ot the same tinder our new system.
Sent. liO'h, P77-s!t.
I'M. P.raxton has returnrd to his old
stand in thellelser building, when; he la
better prepared thau evir to accommo
dato his. patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense In lilting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all tho latest im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
uttended to in stylo and will receive
courteous treatment. t
THIS DAY, WLPNL'iiDAY. OCIO
UElt 3, LS77, AT TUB
HI.3IOI.XCK Of F, S, KKNT, NO, 71 W At NIT
sTIU'ET, IlKTWHENKIliinil AND MXTII
CoiisUting of a large line ot household
and kitchen luriilture, such as hedsteadg,
bureaus, washstands, lounges, solas,
writing deslcs. safes, cupboards, refrig
erators, kitchen and dining room tables,
chain, stoves, etc., etc.
V. llEissr.it A- ?o
i n.vidt, Auctioneer,
Superior Mobil Oyatera at Spronta',
Co; r.er Twelfth and Levee Alao Mack
inaw Trout and White Fish on Friday.
i nii: same oi.n m sr.
.Mit "itieliiiril Itlirmelf' Out Mul-ioii
"IliniNcir Ajfitiu.' '
Mr. S, Mat-on de-ires to ai'.iiouie c to
ihe fili"ii.s of Cairo and ihe .-urround-iug
couniiy. that he has returned liom
Caliiornia, und again ca-itir.g his lot in
Ciiro, has iiieni.d a new .dock ol IIU'JTS.
AND SHOPS at the same old stand, No,
110 Wa-hington avenue, between Lightb
and Ninth street-, where, w bile thanking
his old liieiids lor their past patioiiage,
he de. ires to shako hands w ilh'hcui, and
-apply them and many new customers
wiUi anything they n,.,., j,, hi.-: lin". lii.-,
-lock is com'n right in every day, and
is. the be-t the mirket allord-. Allure
Invited to call. 27-1 m "
Freali liiiltiiuoie oystms, raw, (itewud
or JV.e I n all hours ot tha (lay or niKdit,
atHar.'v Wtniter'sCyMtttl Bdloou. tt
tun iin.tti n( ft ver
I- -o column!) in the eountry a, t carcely
to need comment, lie: eatues which
produei' it. are such as cold, irregular
living, oven xcitioii, low epirit", night
air, expoiiire to mi.ii-.mati ' exhalation.:,
,Ve. hi l.trge eilie: whl'leclge tOoli
and ai ieiiitinal impl. ue id : are manti
I a tured, I he glilid'l pro'.i.'.s hi lungs
Iroin the injurious t.il-et- of ii,e du.-t
flying oil the grind-tone by wearing a
re.spiiainr. The cn.d iiiinei ue he ih -
-et n . (he ..halt pi'.lVldes lllio-elf ui'h a
- tl'ety l.itnp lo guard against llre-dainp.
Now li i- etiually iiece ,- ,iy lor Ihore
w ho are hioiight iucoiitaet-w ith any ol
the uees leading to Intermittent lever,
to provide them elves with that well
known and highly etecuud remedy
again t it, the home stomach hitlers.
A ( iiril.
l.ania-ter i. I'.iee having la'aight out
my entire slock, consi'tiiig of doors,
Ki h, hllitds, gi ns, moulding, etc., and
added i: lo their already large and -elect
ttoik i f a similar kind, I take plea aire
in .- i omniendiHg all in v loiiiier patrons
at,d 'lie public generally, who wi-h to
pun ha e anything in their line to give
tie-in their ( ttl'oliage.
II. L. 1,1.. '.'i u.
'ir.u, Sept. Jo, I -77. li
l ifcli Builtiiioru oyHtii'H, raw, Ue,ved
or friod.ttt uIIUouih of th day ornii-ht,
ut Jlaii y WailiHi- a Ci yaial liioou. Ut
Mill lieu. I.
'1 he lii in of Lancaster i!o liiee, hav ing
distanced all competitors in their line ol
Ijii-iness, always selling at the low t
figures, keeping con.-lantly ou hand a
lull supply of building and lini.-hing
lumber of all kinds; doors, sasli and
blind.-, oil, lead and glass. In laet every
thing iu the building line. All orders
promptly filled at the hiwet bottom
Yon f an Nil e
Money by getting your building material
ol Lancaster A 1,'iee, They are selling lum
ber at mill prices; a large amount of white
phie and cypress shingles ol the best brand
e.'instautly on hand. We sell pine shin-e-lcs
at S1.7i per thousand; sawed cedar
posts at at 2-1 cents each; white pine lloor
ing at ,f 22..V) per thou 'and; pine siding
at 'jd.1.uo per thou-and. 'I ry your luck
with this linn. tl.
Sui.eiici' Stobilts Oysters ut Sprouts',
Coiuir Twelfth aud Leveo. Alno Mack
inaw Trout and Whito Fish on Friday,
I. 41. O. I .
'The iuein!nis of Alexander Lodge
who desire to attend the in.'-tituiion of a
new lodire of the order at. 'loledo. in this
county, will please report themselves
to P. Bros-, or John II. Pobinson, and
get ready to leave Cairo ou Wednesday,
October at 2 p.m., by the Illinois
.huts 11. Woi'.i:."-';,
Can-.. II una - Cult nuil Try I Ik in.
Having discharged Dr. Lower and
renovated my hath rooms, with thu 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 Hit. 1. Ami u.
Fresh Bultlmoru ovatsrs, raw, slew-id
or fi led, ut nil hours of the doy or niKht,
at liarry Walker s Crystal Huloun, 't
From Mttiimp umi Wiirsti,
Prom laud It-It saturated by receding
Hoods, and Irom pools stagnating in sun
ken lots on the outskirts ol cities, rises a
vapor pregnant with disease. Its name
Is miasma, and it Is laden with the seeds
of lever and ague, bilious remittents, and
oilier malarial disorders. How to copo
successfully Willi these destructive mala
dies is a problem solved more than a
nuarti rol a century ago by the discovery
ol Hostetter's Stomal! i Bitters, which
has proved itself an absolute specllielor
miasmatic disease In every lorm, its sure
iireveiitive. niul a suwrb iiivigoiant and
general alterative of disordered conditions
of the svstem. Irrefragiblo evidence to
prove this fact has been aecumulathiir lor
years, and scarcely n day passes without
some Iresh corroboration of it. Eminent
physicians have, after n thorough test,
pronounced thu article perfectly ituVa
clous und absolutely pure, and the
American people long ago adopted It as
their favorite household remedy, y f
HC.NAI. Si'RVICE IlKl'OhT.
low WATiti. Iti se or Fid
I X I
t X J
II X 1
iAMtS M. WAISH.N,
Sttrtj-an, -j.giul frrvicc, U. ft. A,
Prom the Louisville Courier-Journal of
the Id: The. water is below the marks hi
tlie river at l'ltubtirgh, and reporters
have to look lor Ihe river with an opera
gla-.s aud measure it with a corset-siring.
Ine ihi-t Is bid wlien the wind blows,
ami boys go swimming now in
the cisterns about town.
Tue new James M. White, now being
set up at Un: ship-yard ot the Howards,
iu .h.ileisouville, lor tlie Vii-.k-burg, New
Orleans and Bunds trade, will probably
-nrpa-s uiiwliing in thu way of a tine
sic, unbuilt ever built in the West or
s-outli. Wu I Hiked at tlie work yester
day, and examined her outlines so
lar as she is Iini.-hed, an I -hi; is certainly
all that Hi-' ingenuity and lneclialiical
eeniu- ol til Lit can make to be heiiu
till and last, she W ill be ill 1 f, et long,
r,0 led beam and 11 led depth ot hold
lei feet wide over ail. ikr machinery
will be the largest and most powertnl
ever built for any steamboat.. Jlur cyl
ileit i s will be 12 inches In dluliletei', with
12 let t stroke, she will have 10 bmli r-',
each III lent long and 12 inches in diaine.
ter. She will co-t, when linislied,
upwards ol ?;IH,.I0, and will
he tie: linest boat that ever troubled the
watt r- of tlii. L'ieai. Mississippi river
There's, a "vuw:' at Memphis among tl e
shoit pLieki t -, and one party has the
"t lin k ' to lo'lit 'eiu out on the Helena
Line, il tin y go lo Helena handba-ket.
( ;,pt," l,ea rane bus command ot
ti t-ieaiuers on their lht triiis soutli
lroin the Ohio Palls. A new boat b d!t
uliitiit Litui.-villi never has good luck
un lo -s i rano brinj-s uer out,
Loui -ville (b'etct'ei( ; ' The ih-tunce
troui New (i e,ms to Cincniiali is 1.,'Ulf
mill-, according to the be.-t uuthoriti .-.
C,.pi. H, 11. Iho.lu's new ste.tmer
(iolotn Crown made a nip yesterday.
1 1, is generally conceded t.iie is the be-1
biHincs -teainer ever eon aructed lor the
Cincinnati .aid Nciv Oilcans trad-.
The Natehv. has j.ryer succeeded ill
showing her heels to the 11. B. Lee iu a
iiici. but what of that when she clears
ioO.o.ai or ?-0,0'J i per yw'i Cray is
loading barges at Put-burg with .stud
rails lor I he South.
The old iliinineys of the Tltninp on
Dean are lor sale at New irlean-. They
were in u-e only a part of two reasons
and are good yet.
The Sr. Louis Ti-n-'s of ye-dei'day ssys:
"Tlie effects ot the Arlington were sold
on the levee oppojiti thu loot of Cherry
str;"t yt sterday, and hroutjhl in the ng
greg.ite ahuiit -rljoii. Chouteau , Ld
w ards boiutht the boilers, Mr. AlcCabe
tlie engines, -halts and doctor, and P. P.
Slanion bomrht. a lot, ot Ktull ( nl. N.
SI. Jones and Alt. Oris-oni hit tor New
Orleans Saturday night, dd. Schnon
inaker i- still there und was. on 'Change
vesterdav Commodore W. I'. David
son telegraphed Secretary Prank L,
Johnston, of the Keokuk Northern Line,
from Keokuk yesterday us follows:
' "Slop receiving freight or passengers for
points above Keokuk. The canal has
been closed lor fitteen days, which ruins
business tor this -season, as it cannot be
revived filler October 12."
'i bis is a nice way to run a canal. It
was opened only a month ago and has
been closed twice since. The men who
built the thing must he mash r mechan
Pngnii.er 111. Waim r, late of thoT. P.
Pckcrt, lelt lor St. Louis and a trip north
j estcrday in the hope nf beneiltting ills
health. He has been almost an invalid
from rheumatism tor some time. Bngl
neer Jim Dugaii has taken his place on
Capt. Ilaiiibilliin. of Mound City, was
iu the city yesterday.
I he Jim Pi 1 for I'adm ah, C. V.
Anderson lor Pvansvill'.', City ol Helena
for Yickshurg. The A. J. Baker aud
Belle oi'Sliieveport leave to-day.
eslerday a large ".ml very heavy sub
marine cable was suecessiully laid be
tween Birds Point and tlie Kentucky
shore, in place ot the cable which broke
la t fpiiiig. Mr. (ieorge.l. Bailiss whose
father was once proprietor ol tlie Com
mercial Howl und who is now steward
on the Belle ol Shreveport, had charge ol
tlie laying the cable, we are informed.
The- tug Dyersburg arrived from the
The Jim r isk, 'apt. Taylor, brought
out a very nice trip yesterday, and we
are happy to Hate that die hit the wbart
on her return to Paducali without blow
ing her whistle. We are told that Cap
tain Taylor has concluded not to have
the whistle blowcd any more while at the
wharl as it is a.inost intolerable nuisance
and Is of no good, as everybody knows
that the Pi-k leaves punctually at llvti
o'clock for Paducali every day except
Sundey. The custom of blowing was in
vogue when Captain Taylor took com
mand and lie did not notice the
iiicuiivt nii.uee ol il until com
plaint was made. The thanks of the en
tire community arc due Captain Taylor
for this kind act, and we can assure tho
public that this is an example of the obli
ging manner In which he deals with
eyery one. He came upon the FUk a
.stranger only a short time ago but has
made" liieuds on all sides by his quiet
and obliging manners.
(iriiiiil Ksriirnioii lo Ciilfiiuo!
Ou Friday, Oct. Gib. Fare lor the
round trip, Cairo to Chicago ami return,
only $11.00. Tickets good going on spe
cial train, Oct. Oih, Hood returning on all
regular trains for twenty days after arri
ving in Chicago. Accommodations will ho
strictly first class, Including Sleciiliig
Coachi'S, &e. Tickets will ho sold ou
board the steamer Jim Fbk ot Paducali,
and all points between Puduuili and
Cairo; also at Hickman and Columbus,
Tickets to Milwaukee aud (iraiul Huv
eu also ou sale ut $2.n0 and f i i"0 In addi
tion to the above rate (f 11.00.) s-t-t-3t
WANTm. StlltTfl'O Mrmsntti.
r r, roB iv Mil mu rKt 10
I. THA IkfOkll.sa CO., IU Hm iaudi Sine, Cu auun, Ou,
T7.r! i.mjis ,iiutly an4
ntsrlllv ems. Finnlepii Bo DtlblU'llv.
Men l li.in,; I'll pnrtieiilsr,. Dr. Car
One ihlntr In now ihorausht eataLUihed . Nevfc
Inceaianiiiliered and human ageaciet alleviated
pain, h there been anything which went o tar an
a pain anniliilator and cumiva afenl at the Centaur
feiiicnicms, i uce ijincmcms ttv wiium wi raat
year cured more case, ol Kheumailim, Neuralfla,
snff joinu, Oked IiriU, Swelling. Poinonoue
Ilitet, Lame AnlmaU.tte. , than all othee remedies
enmhined. At the name of Centaur Impliea half
hone amt half man, thehe name the Centaur Liw-
nieutt are lor man and twain, nut not me earn
Liniment. 1 he White Unimeni IS for man the
yellow fur htnn and animate. Herein thia
Liniment differs from other remedies, although
lutne of the iiureaientia are alike In each. They
contain the well-known witch haiel amka, carbol
ic, ro. k on. menmaanct. oiner powerful ingredient.
W in. II. iliikox, renor of St .fohn'a church,
Wak'-tielil, I. lay (flunty, Kansai, writrt: "Many
yearn hnvc I been tuffering from a weak back, caused
from a .,r:itn more than 40 yearn ago. 1 have not
round anything to relieve me until I commenced tha
use of Centaur l.inement. I feel it my chriitian
duty totiifortii you thithy its wonderful elfectal am
oiitovly reli' ved of pain. January iA!, 1S7.
.M--vin. J. JlcCliire & Co,, ilrugguls, Cincln
iciti, O., tuy.r
" l' :aiie.r r , prtnounee the Vellow Centwr l.tnt
ment superior to any thina lliey have ever ud.
li t s:ll several doen bottle! every month, and the
ale ,i tteadily increasing-.''
'J hoe .ire only samples of thousands upon thous
ands of similar testimonials reachin? us every
nuith. All the extracts, embrocations, salvias
ami ointments in existence are not doing one-tenth
the g'nd which is dono by these admirable Ceu
cuir l.iiiinienn. For frost bites, stings, cuts. Itch,
salt rheum, etc., nothing is like the ttataur Lini
nint, white wrapper. For spavin, nni bone,
sweeny, wind nails, p,,ll evil, scratches, etc., on
horses tie yilow Centaur Liniment is equally.
ii'K.d. '1 hey are certain in their ertectH, tliey are
pleasant to use, they are handy und tliey ara cheap.
So honily kliontd lia without Cen'.aur I.iuimants.
'Ih-yare worth one hunilredliiUHs tlieircost.
.1. li. UUSit it CO., 4H1 ley street. New York.
Xhii'i-fx will have rest nd their babies may have
lie.tith, itthey will use I r. Fitrher's Castoria lor
Winiltottc. worm. tcvcri.hiies,tuiir mouth, croup or
:.iijiii:i'.h,: complaints. It ii entirely a vegetahle pre
p.u.,ti', 11, and contains neither mineral morphine,
i.or alf"h,.l. Jt Is as pleasant lo lake as honey,
neiihei r.as nor grips, and is superior to any reme
dy in existence.
Iir. 1:. innioch, ot l)npont , cinio, says:
"I am using l.asloria in my practice with ihe
1,1(1' t si nal results, and find it a perfect sutxtitiite
f.,r Cs' tor Oil."
'I lii1; is what every one says. Many nurses In
N.w V irk u e the last-.ru. It is prepared by
M s r,. .1. Iti-e .t (ai., successors 10 .Samuel
Ash in.- recovered
dysiiejiti s, bllous
-ull'erer, victims of
iVyerand ague, tbe
meciirial diseased pa-
lipnt, how they recov
ernl health, cheerful
jilrits, and ko1 ap-
petit tbey Will tel
you by taking- Slm-
nion's Liver Rejrs
lnti.r. Tllf C!II.AIT.s r, AND ft KM' K.VUT.Y.MF.IK
For liYSI'F.l'SI , CON.STIP ATION,.Tandice,
lihiia iitincku, L-ICli IIFAllACIIK, t ollc, le
re.BioiKif. spu-iis., SULK STOMACH, Heart
hu 11, etc. , etc .
1 his uni irullf il Southern RemrdV IS war-
ratitnl not to contiiln a rnrlicle ol' Mercury,
i,r nay 11 jiirloiix milmtitnce, but is
coiitninliiK those soulhern routs and herbs which
an ml wl.-s providence has lilticeil in countries
where Liver IMneases nrcvdl. It will cure all
iddciises cmi.-eil by (tertttigcmeut os the lirer
I ue syiiii on,s of Liver Complaint are a bit
ter or bud tiisie in the mouth; I'ain in the back,
side) or .bantu, often niititaken for rheuma
lirtin; niiir atoiuaeh, Inas nl appetite, bowels
alternately cofitive aud lai, heudaehe, loss ot
niRtu ry, witna painful senaation of havlnn
liuled lo do BouielhiiiK which oukIU ln have
bu nd me, debility, tow spirits, a thick yel
low appearance of the skin and eyes, a dry
cough otten niistnk. n for consumption.
Some irui'S many of these symptoms attend
tbe iliar-ise, at others very few, but the liver, tbe
lurtfest organ in the body, is neuerally the seat
of discuses and if not regulated in time, Rreae
8iitl'erinr, ret,:licducss and UKATH whl en
sue. I can recommend as an efficacious remedy for
diecimesol the Liver, llcurtbum and Uvsvepsia,
.-umhous' l iver Jtegclator. Lewis U lndsb,
I .Master Klicel, Assistant Postmaster, I'hil-
" W e have tested ItH virtues, personally, and
now that lor Uj npepii , ltiliousneea and
'I iirolibing lleudiiche it is the hunt medicine the
World ever saw, We have tried forty other
remedies before Simmons' Liver Itcmilator,
but nunc of thein gave ns more than temporary
relief; but the Uegiihitor not only relieved,
but cured us." Ko. TklsokjI'ii axd Mr.ssr.N
i.au, Alucon, C11.
Notliing is so unpleasant, noiliiriK ao oomniou
as bud bii Hih, and in nearly every case it comes
li om llic Moinuch, 11 nd can be so easily eorrect
eii if you will bike Simmons' Liver Regulator,
I in not neglect so sure a rnmcd y for tnls re
piiluire disorder. It wilt alsa improve your
Appeiuc, complexion, and General Health.
This distresuiiig ullhctlon ocenra most fre
rjuently. 1 lie disturbance of tbe stomach,
arising from imperfectly (lnicsted contents,
causes a severe nam in tin head, accompanied
with disHnrecnlile nausea, and this constitutes
what is popularly known us Sick Headache. For
TAKE SIMMONS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, miiiiiiis four medical elements, never
d in the same happy proportion in any
,rinmti(iti, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a
irlul Ionic, an unetceptiruable alterative
certain Corrective of all impurities of
nly. Michslgual success hss attended its
1 but It is now regitrded as Uis
As a Remedy in
M LA RIOITS FEVERS, BOrttL COM
I'LAIVTH, HYSPKPflA, MENTAL DBPK. S-
M( N, Hfc-I l.f.SMMISSM, aAUSlilt.il uiau-i-l-'
v KICK HI-:AII'HR. U)L1U. UONS1TF-
11 HAS u tyi Al..
1 .ut. a vTrrsccrn1 ail nt
iilllir,, willl,iii.a.i.ivu.,nii - v.
.11 ..n.lH..,...KHMn,fla Cism! urlth.
riiiuaiu n . . .....j . --
out tear. Asa Hmnedy ln MALARIOCS
H VtltS, HO Vt L COMPLAINTS, KKST-
t I..I.S.I.-S3 I ir-MlllPfc' vaTsica.
.vaiu raiTiKiD ur.LT bt
J. II Zr.ILKN,
Price rl."o. Sold by all Urtiggiiu.
K, I'. Hiinkera Bitter Wine of Iroa.
Tills truly valuable tonic bas been ao thor
oughly tu- led by all claaaea of the community
thut it Is now deemed Indispensable ss a tome
medicine It Costa but Utile, vmrifl.ee tha
Idoml and gives tone to the stomach, renovates
the a; mem and prolongs life Everybody
should have it .
For tho euro or Weak stomachs, General ue
bllity, Indigestion, Dlseaaea of the Stomach
und for all cusps renuirtnga tonic
This wine includes the most agreeable and
efllclent suit 01 Iron we posseas-Cltraie 01
miigiii'tie oxide combined ith the moat ener
getic of all vegetable tonics-Yellow Perutiaa
KoTSil want something to strenKlhen yoo
DuVai wantagood appstite?
Do yoj want 'o get rid ol ncryonsneaa I
Do yoa want energy
Do on want to sleep WIH
Do you want to build up your consututioa
Iio you want totVel Well
Ho you wants hriakand tlgoiwia fllMt
II you ao, try KUNlvkiL'B IUT1KK WISB
I onVyaiik a trial of this great medicine!
Itcwure 01 counterfeits, aa ktiakel'a Bitter
Wiiieu. Iron is Uie only sure and effectual
remedy In the known world tor the peTinantotj
cure of l)yaieiisia and UehlUty.anq as traere ara
a iitiiiiber of imitations offered to Ut public.
I wotilil ouution ine cnmrouuiiy su purvaww
noun hut the genuine article, niaiiufaoCurad ky
hi, Ku..ktl, and having bis stamp on Um Cork,
of every buttle. The very fact that other ai
trying to mutate this valuable medicine, prove a
lis worth aud speaks volume la It favor. Ut
thcgennlne. t. V. KunkaJ'S. ;.
Sold only in tl bottle. Sold by drugilsU
.ml dealer etery where. K. 1 knnkel. Pro
prietor, 2ot North Niulh ut, PbiiadalpbU,
TAPE WORM BKMOVKD AUV.
Head and all oorcplsto In Iwo hourj. Ho
fre till head pasaesoeal, Pin ad Ssosaaeli
Worm nmoril by Dr. Kunkal. 1V Kor
Ninth stmt. Philadelphia, Pa. jJf
cular oraaa you drogjllt for a bottU af Vt.
Kunksl'a Werra Syrup. It MTtrfalla, ft 1011
1 .-;:, .4
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