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; tlR0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
(. Aey buolawi Arm cm have three line
1 ace, la tal column nailer appropriate newliiig
liberate ot SI .10 per month of Hi pe Tr
sysbl qonrtwly in edveno. ''
Hardware. KMlN aad Tim War.
A. IIAIXKY-ttaaleT l Btoy.TIa aad Hard
flu. itAo and farmers' Implement, Wir
a;xUi, llfririor, I'nmp and l-addere.
If I'll nils! Avenue, tioiterinih ud Job
JVurk Iomoi tvrt notice.
ii si 'I M,
ur, touring, eeilin:, siding and eiirfaeed
laiiubor, lath and shingle. Oflic and yrd
xiiosr Twentieth street and Washington avenue
tANCASTliH A HICE-Dtatrra is sash,
Two, Winds, ale. bard and (oft lumber and
Unfit. Yard and utile, Commercial aveaue,
orner 17lh afreet,
, D. HAR11IAN Dcahr In Queensware, Toji,
Laau and all klnda of nwey article, Coruroer
iialaraama.cortrMbHraa, . ,
wlaXIAJI W IX TBK-Sixth street betwsta
3mmrcllvenuo ana w uniagto avenue.
4'laialag aa Blerehaat Taller-lag.
JOHN ANTRrM-Vmbnnt Tailor and dmlct
In Heady Mad Clothing.. 1 Ohio Levee.
Baal ratal Ageaeleo.
HOWTXT-Baal Ett Agent.
and talla raal aauta, eallteu renss. pay
lot non-naidaola.ato. Commercial avenue,
I lira Ninth nad Tenth street .
U INKLE THHTLKWOOD
Cotton and Tebamw Peelore and pro
prietor of tna Farmers' Tolrco Warelico-e.
yti A UI Commrnerclal Avenue.
Ueaeral forwarding ana commission
Krchaal, for tb aala of rami, Uatdea, Or
chard and Dairy Predno. Ohio Levee.
EA. WHtUM K 0.
tieaeral Forwarding and Coramluloa
merrhaat, and dealer la all klnda of r rult and
rrodoe. M4JMtaa. Consignment solle
ilad, Bssaeila furaisaed on application .
, ,.,.. aJKOLBT OOtnmE
' I i ' o'K.nl. K.C. .
I I . Tb knight f tba above order mwt
1 J at their hall tba flnt and third Monday
1 a eaca aaonta. Caajnaralat aranua, 2d door
. V"" 'f.? Wa,...c. 0. U.
1 KalghUof Fytbiaa, aiaeUaTery rl
day night at hatf-pasl eeven, in Odd
I Fellow' Hall. Howe.
. Chaaaallor taanmaodar.
ALZXAXD1R IX)DGE, MO. HI.
. ItIyi- 4 Ordar of Odd-Fal-llow.
marts arary Tbonday night
atbalf-vaftaaTan, la their Vail on
MBatarcial areuiK, tatwaea Sixth ux4 Sareatb
arU . , . D. Khioiid, h. b.
OAIEO KHCAMPatEUT, I. O. . T. . mart!
aVlaOdO-raUevi' BaU on tb toat and third
lotaday ta amy BaoaQi, a baU-yaat
t A.Comiiu! CP
Jt CAIBO LOIWB. MO. HT. A.F. A. at .
ranat ibSirZnm Caaamarflal avenn
kand BbrMh aaaa. tb aaooad and
;uana MeadaT of aaca awata.
' TIM aHaTaraae.
Ths ordlairy Porom Pluter, on account
t pacttliar maekiDlcnl lotion, U erteem-
. ad am axtida ol uwrit; but Bcnon'i Capeln
P ma Piaittr U conalderad an nrticl of
sxUaordinary mailt. It baa tba mum
(Mcaaaleal acttoa, and, in addition, poa.
aaaae BMMllaiBnl qualltie ot n remarkabl
. -Mtora, which caotei It t act at ones,
rMT pauilmaiKlUUly. and care where
ataorFaratu PUatariwlB not evarliey
' fat EaratnatliBt, laate an Weak Baek, Spina
MaaaCrifk in the Bank. Kidney DiaeaM,
8erala and Braia, Serere Fain. 'l 8litcbe,
Wankneai the Back, ate.
Tkt aianu&etarer f
' Bnon' Cpcin Plitr
ItMwirad the Bigaeat Medal at Ova Centennial.
It I now thft aundard remedy. Iu u
MnUbluf ptln rellcTing and (itreogthening
iiialltlea attracted the atUation ol the Cu
tennlal Jurror aad thouiand of pb yiiciarn
arbe Tinted the ceutaaaui, wno preoouac
ad It the beat remedy ever la
veoud for tb
ij all Uruvgliu.
1'rU-a, ) eant.
JaiT Barr 1y Bron. will supply the tridt
In t'nlrn,' ;
A taw Ui wonderlul f nrention for
washing. Wuiiei Uka magic ; better tban
aoap lor wanking anythlni ; waabei In one
third of tba time; waahea In hard or aoft,
bat er eold watar; tba only preparaUon
' etar lnteated that will prevent woolen
iitm ihrlAkiai; worth four time It prlr
ft wianlAi woolen aloa.
ri. Henry Ward Beecher
'rvomBeaJ It to all houiakeaper. say:
"They Witt rejotra both lor eronomv' take
a4 the aaftefol tielr clothing, and Ibat it
can no awe lajora clothing or band than
comnoB warm water."
21 Piatt Street, New York.
'XFEarcUy Bra. "Ul mpply 10
v. k SOTICE
T ATE OK II.UNOH.I
in the Coaaty Court of (aid tounty, NortHber
T.rm A. D. M77.
Aniraat WaterBeler, Admla-
latratar of tb aatate of
Fradarirk Watmiei-r, d -
' n. PatiUa to aell
1 Man Wetenaaler, Kmlle Kaal frawrtr,
Watermeler, and Kmma
Watarmeler, ' minor btln
aad Ltna Watermeier, tha
guardian ot aald minor
. AnUavlt f the aon-midene of Una Wat'
mlAnm. Fmlla Watermeier. and Km'
ma . Wattmeter, minor - heir, and
Una Watermeier,', guardian for
aato minor hem of aaiJ eatate of r rederick
Watermaier, tlaeeaaed, tb defeLdanti above
naaaed having bean died in th offlo of tk
-' .ua mf mmA emintv esnrti Motle ll hereby
' 1 .i. t .hatH deflmdants that tha netitioner
' nled hi petition la aaldeourt in probata i thereof
oa the 24th day ef September. A.D. 1877, to aell
' ,b Mlawinc real Droperty of tb eeUt of
t'...iik ratamulfrr. deemsed. to DV In a
.uLunraaMeatate. aituat in (aid eounty of
' u..u in,, of Ulinoia. to-wtt Sooth three
inunha arnorthweat quarter ef northweat
of ranaat ajeat ofthira principal meruian
jvuitaiilna about thirty acre, and Uui a aum
iiaon laareunoa laaued.
I out of said court againtt
ible an the uaoM
' trNovimbVr, l7. M U by UW required
,k.rt. unleaa vou.theaaiili
. .am ah.il nmonaur oc ana appear
h.'llnenonallv be and appear before the
..aia eouniy com. u. v o--T
' .T'tZwAA.. rit of Cairo. In
. atVaMnty,on tb second Monday of November
A 6. 177, and plead, answer or demur to
. aaid petWeoer'e petition, the same and th
malteraand thing chargeo town km '"j
will ba taken a ooDJeased, and a decree entered
aeeomlng te in prayer 01 aaia ueiumu.
BAMUfX . HUMM, County I
H.omow H. BLScn. Bnl'rjor Conipn.
St Ziouio, Mo.
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fca Life 8Cr!0URSHipj ssi oo
rtmbWe.'TBOtAwgfc aad Praetlea
. . . .rbyr--i--smmi,,. um united etatea-l
a"n- -- Tj-rru Marvyeuni man m-
lngoaUw.i- . -v.
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BATE Or ADVEBTIBINU.
' UTAU kills MrdVertiing7i ducaud w
abi w AoraHta
Traaaieat advertising wilt be inautcd at tba
fat f It UO perciuttre lw tb flnt lur rlion
aad V) cent for each aubaaUat on A liberal
discount will b made n siamling and diapl
For Inserting Funeral nolle II 00 Notice of
meeting of aocletie or secret orders W cents lor
Church, Soolcty, Festival and Supper notices
Will only be Inserted aa advertiaemente
Mo advertlaament will be received at l' tnn
W cent, and no aavertlaement will be inserted
for leaa than three dollars per month .
LoCAlT BCBIXfcHB NOT I IK
Of one square (8 line pace) or more, In
tcrtcd in tho Bou-itw aa follows : (U'ss
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square $
Two Insertions per square-. 75
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square. 1 70
Two weeks per square 60
Qne month per square- 3 50
Special rates made on lurfre advertise
nenU or tot longer time,
THURSDAY, 0:tobr 18, 1377.
Bllllarrr aad Faaey liooila.
Mrs. C. Mclean, KirIiIIi n-a be.
tween Wanhlneton anl Commtrcia.
avenues, Is ust in receipt of an elegant
and complete stook of Millinery and
Fancy Goods ol every kind. Among
other articles we nay mention that ehe
Is acllimr fine black straw bats In all the
latest styles at Irom 40 to 30 cenU; ele
gant patterns at prices lower thnn was
ever offered to the trade; flowers and
feathers Irom 10 cents to $1; silks ami
yelvets In all the new shades at prices to
suit. In the Jionlcry for ladles ana ctiini-
ren line her stock Is not equaled by any
other establishment In the city, and she
asks the ladies to call and examine them
before going elsewhere. Mrs. McLean
will sell her goods of all kinds as cheap,
if not cheaper, than the same kind ot
goods can be bought elsewhere In this '
market. She solicits an examination o' ,
her stock and prices, believing mat sue is
prepared to please all whom may favor
her with a call In both. Ladles desiring
to have bats presesd can have the Fame
done for Irom 23 to 35 cents. -7tf
Bnafllaa; Oal She F.ueiuj.
It Is better to shut out the enemy, Dis
ease, tban to battle with him after he has
entered the fortress oi the body. I hero-1
fore, if health Is endangered by hurtful
Influences, such as a malarious atmos
phere, unhealthy occupations, sedentary
pursuits, and those which necessitate
undue physical or mental strain or expo
lure in rough weather, It is the part of
wisdom to protect it by the use ot a
reliable preventive. No article sold,
advertised or prescribed Is so well adapt-
f jr this purpoe as Ilostetter's btom-
acn rJirrcri, as agreeable and efficacious
tonic, recommended by physicians as a
medicinal stimulant and corrective, bo
tanic In its dcrlviation, and having tor its
spirituous basis old rye of the purest
quality, which preserves in au undeteri
oratlng form the potent vegetable juices
and extracts combined with it. i orutieu
with this benign preventive, the system
may bid defiance to disease, no matter
how unlavorable the conditions.
So 1'allura Known.
There is no case on record when Dr.
Morris' .Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
llorehound has tailed to give satislaetioii.
On the other hand, whenever it has been
used by our people, In severe colds,
coughs, asthma, bronchitis, croup,
whoopingcough and consumption, they
are enthusiastic In Its praise. Contain
ing no opium or other dangerous drug,
it docs not constipate, and is sale to ad
minister in all conditions of health. .This
Is an important announcement, and the
suffering: are advised to herd it. Trial
size, 10 cents; large sizes, SO cents and
One Dollar. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Tarker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which Is sure death to
worms, rieasantto take and requires
no physic. Trice 25 cents Try It.
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The eauses which
produce it are such as cold, Irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
Ac. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural Implements are manu
factured, the grinder protect his lungs
irom the Injurious eflecta of the dust
flying ofl the grindstone by wearing a
respirator, The coal miner ere be de.
acends the shaft provides himself w ith a
safety lamp to guard against fire-damp.
Now It Is equally necessary lor those
who are brought in contact with any ot
tha causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against It, the home stomach bitters.
AT THE SAME OLI NTASIK
Rlcbnrd Hlniaelf" bat Hntnon
"Himself Ag-aln.' '
Mr. S. Matson desires to announce to
the citizens ot Cairo and the surround
Ing country, that he has returned irom
California, and again casting his lot In
Cairo, has opened a new stock ot BOOTS
AND SHOES at tho same old stand, No.
140 Washington avenue, between Eight
and Ninth streets, where, while thauklng
his old friends lor their past patronage
he desires to shako hands with them, and
supply them and many new customers
with anything they need In his Hue. ills
stock is coming right In every day, and
Is thereat the market aflords. All are
nvltcd to call. 27-lm
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Reiser building, whore he Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date bis patrons and the publlo who
may favor him with a call. He has gono
to considerable expense In fitting up a
eonplo of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. Ho em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to In style and will receive
courteous treatmtnt. t
'robatu court Is still In sct.ilou.
-The comity J iil cont ilns about twelve
The Sun forgot to statu that It
The (mitral of lll.tlo Franklo Zimmer
man took place yesterday alternoon.
Wanted, a good steady boy, to strip
tobacco. Apply at Ilcury Schick's cigar
-Miss Annie I'ltclicr and Mrs. Chas.
M. llowo returned from St. I.otiUye.-tcr
Mr. V. V. Wootcu lias opened a
grocery toro on Walnut tstrect, between
Division and Twentytlr8t streets.
For i tent A tine laro front room
on the ground floor, corner !th strci t
and Wahlilngton aveniie, if applied for
Mr. Clatk, train master lor the Cairo
and Vincemics railroad, U having a
telegraph wire run from the railroad
office to his residence.
Judge Marcluldon ol Thebes, who
has been dangerously Inr some, is now
much; Improved and able to be tip. lie
was at one time very near death', door.
Mr. Fred Whitcamp is the happy
well, it weighs ten pounds. Whether It
will wear breeches or petticoat we
couldn't learn. Fred was too ui('d'"t to
Mr. Chas. Mehner, who le'l off a
scafluld at Mr. Tom ilalllduy's houe
some ilnvs n"o lias liwn coiitincd to his
f.r e u ,()W nproviugf
The trotting horse which Mr, Hubert.
Sinythc sent to St. Louis several months
ago to be trained, was returned to this
' city yesterday and looks like qutto a dif
f ii 1,1 jiiltii.,!.
..lVl 0xl(J.( ,0 of . i)xloy ma
ter mechanlc 0l thcIllInolsCer.tr.ini
road, arrived in this city yesterday after
noon. He Is visiting at the residence of
W. W. Wallace, Esq.
Darling, you look very bad,
And 1 tear you've caught a cold;
Hut Capa says you'll soon be glad,
After you have onee been told
To take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Baker's Cod Liver Oil, Lime, and
Wild Cherry quickly relieves Throat and
Lung diseases, and imparts vigor and
new life to debilitated constitutions.
Pleasant in taste. J. ('. Bakeu & Co.,
(Oct. 13, 5-w. ) Philadelphia. Pa.
We hear that Spragucand Beodgett's
minstrels will be In this city the latter
part of tbU month. This troupe is com
posed of colored gentlemen of consider
able reputation, and no doubt tlioy will
do well here.
On behalf of flic members of the Un
known baseball club, we challenge the
North .Endow to play us a match game
next Sunday afternoon, on the grounds
at Thirty -lourth street. Game Is to be
called at two o'clock. Unknown-.
Mr. Tom McCIurc of Clear Creek
precinct has just completed sowing
wheat. He has now In the ground nearly
eight hundred acres. This is tannin in
earnest. Mr. Sam McCIurc, also ot Clear
Creek, has plant ?d between lour and live
Mrs. Twdalo has kindly consented to
give a second reading this evening at the
Presbyterian church for the beinelit of
the Illinois industrial School for girls.
As this is a very worthy object it is hoped
our citizens will show their benevolent
spirit by tilling the church to overflowing
Admission, 25 cents.
A bright and beautiful child khows
in its very expression that its babyhood
was not associated with opium, cordials,
etc.; tor the continued use ot opium is
antagonistic to health. That valuable and
highly reeommendcJ remedy for the dis
orders of babyhood, Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup Is absolutely free Irom Morphia
and all other dangerous agents, and can
be safely employed at all times. Only
2"i rents per bottle.
Mrs. S. Williamson is mailing down
hergoods, and is now selling straw hats
at prices lower than ever. She is now
oflering hats which heretofore
gold at 73 cents to one dollar, tor
35, 40 and 00 cents, and all
other goods in proportion. Her stock ot
flowers Is very large and rango from 10
cents to J2 in price. The price lor press
Ing and remodling straw hats has been
reduced from 35 and 50 cents to 20 and 30
cents. Mrs. W. Invites all inspection of
her oods and prices. tf
ltev. C. C. Chaplin, of Austin, Texas,
arrived yesterday alternoon, and is the
guest of Mr. Ike Smith. He is not a sen
sational revivalist bv any means, but an
earnest Christian worker, who antici
pates great results from the preaching of
the gospel. Tho series ot meetings
which ho is to conduct begin to-night at
tlu Turner's Hall, to which the public
are cordially Invited. We aro told that
tncro will be a meeting of all persons in
terested in this work, at tho Turner's
Hall at 10 o'clock this morning, to con
sult with Mr. Chaplin as to the plans to
Mrs. M. Swandcr, who has been in
the millinery business longer than any of
her competitors In this city, Is on hand
again with an elegant stock' of fall and
winter goods. Among these may bo
mentioned line trimmed bats lor ladles
and children, which tor beauty ot style
and cheapness of price excel anything
ever brought to this city. Tlieso hats
are bought of Koscnhatn & Leviz, the
leading millinery establishment ot St.
Louis, and must bo seen to bo appreci
ated. Mrs. S wander will also
show to tho ladles of Cairo a finer ns
sortment of those fashionable new wool
en goods, breakfast shawls, chlldrens
knitted sacks, now stylo nubias or rlgc-
lettei; also lomo beautiful hosiery lor la
dles and children and new designs In
uecklies. Real Ucs ti specialty. Mrs,
IIL'JL- J-l'J1 L1. '"""l "! l "J ' '
Swauder begs to assure her tu.tuuiers
and all others that II h no trouble to show
good3, and ahe Invites an early examina
tion ol her stock. 7wl.
navlng taken charge of tho grocery
establishment ot the corner ol Four
teenth street and Washington avenue,
and put in ono of tho largest and best
assorted stosks of family groceries ever
exhibited In Cairo, .Messrs. Pettis &
Bird are now ready fur business, and In
vite the attention of tlio pu'ilio to their
house. Tlicy have given special atten
tion to tho selection' ft
their goods, and having purchased
for cj-h aro prepared to compete
with any other honso in the
city on iusf'ir, collcr, syrups,
teas, hams, bacon, canned goods, and in
fact everything In the grocery a'ld
provision line. They will always keep
on hand choice fresh butter, eggs, and
all kluda of couutry produce. They will
deliver goods in any part ot Hie eity
free of charge and on hliort notice.
Messrs. Pettis & Bird solicit a liare ot
the patronage ot our citizens, believinir
that they can give them better bargains
than aau bo obtained clsewlit re. lm
l nlri natbM-l'nll mid Try TJieiu,
Having discharged Dr. Lower ai.d
renovated my bath rooms, with the addi
tion of a new receiver alter Ihe latest
and most convenient style, 1 shall bike
great pleasure i giving latlis either
medicated or otherwise, to all who may
call on me.
1 in Dit. D. Aiitkii.
'TllU ii" Give Sonic Athirclo our
t omiiy Ollit-iiild.
Cuiio, fi.i.s., Oct. 10, IS"'.
To the Ivlltor of the Biluktis :
In reading over a copy ol the Bcli.f.tim
of some weeks ago, I notice that our
vigilant county attorney succeeded at the
Lite term ol the circuit court in sending
seven desperate criminal to the peniten
tiary. Fortius he deserves the thanks
ot the entire community tor lidding it of
such desperadoes as Henry Wilson,
.lames Herin, Jas. Johnson mid Will
iam Johnson, all colored, who "go up"
for live years eacli for robbing a colored
boy ol three dollars and fifty cents.
As court has now ndjourncd I desire to
call the attention of the county attorney
to the fact that there have been about
committed in this city and county during
the last two or three years, and that of alj
the murderers only one has been punished.
Beforo I go further I wish it to bo under
stood that I do not claim that the county
attorney is to blame because these mur
derers have not becapunisbed. My only
desire is to call his attention to these
matters, in tlio hope that he will be all
the more vigilant in his energy
to see that so long as he Is in office that
murderers shall not escape punishment.
There is a ricli field open for a young
aspirant for fame In the legal arena ; and
if our county attorney will exert hitn3ell
to bring these murderers to justice he
will merit and surely receive tho sup.
port of all good citizens.
For tho sake ot our good name
abroad, if for no higher consideration,
let us not degenerate further until we
finally reach the level of the IJashi
Bazouk. It tour negroes are sent to the
penitentiary for live years each lor steal
ing $3.50, let u? sec to it that the man who
deliberately murders another shall be in
dicted and punished. Let the officers ot
the law wake up to the Importance of
this matter, and my word lor It they will
receive the support and thanks of every
well-wisher of the eity and county.
Yon Can Rne
Money by getting your building materia
of Lancaster & Ilice, They arc selling lum
ber at mill prices; a large amount of white
pine and cypress shingles ol iho best bran
constantly on hand. Wo sell pine shin
gles at $1.75 per thousand; sawed cedar
posts at at 25 cents each; white r ine floor
ing at $22.50 per thou -ami; pine siding
at $13.00 per thousand. Try your lin k
with this firm. tl.
The KntertHhiinrii! I, ust lhl.
There was a large and Intelligent audi
en:eattho Atheneumlat night to hear
Mrs. Tisdale's dramatic readings. While
we have not, owing to the late hour at
which wu write, time to give an extended
notice ot her appearance here, we will
say that, In all the complimentary clip
pings Irom other papers which have been
lublislied in the Bi i.i.eti.x within the
last two or three weeks In the hope of in-
lucing our people to turn out and hear
her, wo do not believe there Is a single
word of exaggeration. She certainly de
serves ail that has been said ot her, aud
thoso who were prevented from being
present at the Atheneiim last nlgbt
inWscd a rare trait. By notice elsewhere
in this paper It Is announced that Mrs.
Tlsdalo has consented to give
another reading this eveulng In the Pres
byterian church, the proceeds to be ap
plied to be donated to the Illinois Indus
trial school for girls. Those who could
not be present last night should not miss
this last opportunity to hear her.
i:nroicni Hotel-IteiltK-iloii Iu
Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
tho European Hotel, being well awaro
ot tho stringency of money, has reduced
ratc3 to all who may wish regular board
to sixteen dollars per month or four dol
lars per week, for day board. In con
nection with the European Hotel Is n
first class restaurant whero oysters,
game and all other delicacies will be serv
ed at all hours during day or night, (tf)
To all who aro sufl'crlng from the er
rors and Indlscrotlons ol youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
etc., I will send a receipt that will euro
you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. Send a sclf-addrcsscd
envelope to tho Rev. Jossrrt T. Inman,
Station D, Bible fJouse, New York City.
BUMMa2vt t I
Arrival of ltev. Chaplin.
Itcv. Mr. Chaplin, of Texas, the gen
tleman who is to hold a scries ot meet
ings Iu (his city, arrived by tho train on
the Cairo, Arkansas and Texas railroad
yesterday morning. Arrangements have
been made with tho Cairo Turner Society
for the use of their hall at tho corner of
Tenth and I'oplar streets, where tho
meetings are to be held. The first meet
ing will be held in tbo hall abovo named
at.10 o'clock this morning, and an invita
tion U extended to the public generally
to attend. There will also bo a meeting
at the same place In tho evening, and
every evening hereafter until further
mi! ice, ut7:30 o'clock.
Mr. Chaplin is au able and eloquent
speaker and has done much good m the
cause ot Christianity. Ho has a line de
livery and pleasing manners, and never
fails to Interest his auditors. Ju.st how
long Mr. Chaplin will remain lu the city
we do not know, and consequently ad
vise nil to take advantage ot tho first op
portunity to hear lilin.
Tile Owner I'lmnd.
Several days ago wo mentioned the tact
that oIIIccm John Hogan and ! runk Ax
ley had arrested a'young fellow on su.s
plcion of having stolen a cow somewhere
cither in this or Pulaski county, and
which ho was trying to sell in Cairo. The
man arretted, James Webt), was locked
up m the county jail, and then the officers
set about to find au owner lor tho cow,
Yesterday a Mr. Mansfield, living in or
near Mound City came to this city and
claimed the cow as his property and said
she had been stolen from him. Webb
was immediately taken before Judge Bird
and held to bail iu three hundred dollars
tor his appearance at circuit court at tho
next term. Failing to give bond he was
I.lfClion of Olllcern.
At a meeting of Chapter No. 71, Itoyal
Arch masons held at their hall on Tues-
i day evening, the following officers were
John Antrim, M. E. II. P.
Herman Meyers, E.King.
Jacob Gold.stine, E, serine. (
Paul . Scliuh, Treasurer,
.las. A. Philiis, Secretary.
John McEwen, Captain ot Host,
Fretl Korsineyer, Principal Sojourner.
Geo. T. Wlntlock, Itoyal Arch Cap
P. W. Barclay, Master of the Third
N. Cantwell, Master of the Second Veil.
J. S. Reardon, Master of the First Veil.
Mm. L. J. spenra.
No. 118 Commercial avenue, Winter's
Block, calls the attention of tho ladies to
her large slock of fail and winter millin
ery, ot the latest designs, Which sho Is
dally receiving from New York and
MONDAY, OCTOHEU 22,
she will hold her
continuing one week, and wishes all the
ladies to call and examine her goods.
As her stock is large and complete vis
itors can rest assured of finding her
stock to suit the most fastidious,; aud she
will take special orders for anything that
may not be in stock. Ocl4-lm
Kenil Till -Notice.
Don't be humbuged by the stranger
who is canvassing lor the Luminary
Shade and Burner, as I will sell the same
for twenty per cent less than ho oilers
and no risk ot breakage, also come and
sec my new stock ol queens ware and fan
cy goods cheaper than ever offered be
fore. Daniel Hartejan
Cor. flth street and Commercial avenue.
Held la Ball.
The preliminary examination of Wm.
Catollius came to an end at, noon yester
day. Catollius was held to bail in the
sura ol one thousand dollais lor his ap
pearance at the next term of the Alexan
der county circuit court. Up to a late
hour last evening ho had failed to pro
cure bondsmen, and as a consequence
was sent to the county jail.
Bur Uobbln'a tirent t lrein.
Geo. R. Steele, advance agent for Bur
Robbln's great circus and meuagcrie
which Is said to be one of the best organ
izations ot its kind now traveling, was in
the city yesterday making arrangements
for the appearance ot his show here on
Friday, October 2fith.
fjirnnd Muster llird.
At the session of tho grand lodge of
colored masons held In Chicago last week,
Judgo Bird ol this city was elected to the
high and honorable office ot grand mas
ter n tli rrsnd lodiro of Illhiols. He
bears his honors with becoming dignity
We congratulato him.
SIGNAL SERVICE REPORT.
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Tho T. T. lllllmanforraducab.Sto.
Genevieve lor Memphis, Centennial for
New Orleans, are due to-day.
Tho Fair Tlay yesterday had a good
trip lor the south. Sho Is a neat little
nackot admirable lor tho Big Sunflower
Tho Bcllo Memphis brought 100 bales
cotton for the em, and has a moderate
trip for St. Louis.
The City of Chester mado liberal addi
tions here, and has a good trip tor Mem
phis. Commander K. C. Gray Is spending a
few days In St. Louis.
The Anita brought a tow of rock to the
break back ol the city yesterday morn
ing, and we understaud the work
will commence Immediately.
The Warner and barges passed south
Captain Long was in the city yester
Middleport Herald: "There Is not lar
from 4U,oO barrels of salt loaded here In
the bend, wailing for a rise lu the river."
Cincinnati Timts ,- "Captain Phil. An-
schutz made another cruise down the
river iu a skill, and in making soundings
In Mill-creek bend struck what he be
lieves are tho boilers ot the Calumet,
which was uestroycu uy ice last winter.
Captain Anschutz says that the boilers
are In twenty-e',ht feet ol water, one
hundred feet from the unto suoro."
Memphis dispatch to Cincinnati Com.
menial, 17: "licceipU of cotton yester
day wero 4,000 bales. More than half
camo by river. Tho Seiiddor will get
all she can carry; over 8 000 bales are
ready here and at Helena, and 1,000 at the
mouth ot White river."
Evansvillo Journal, Saturday: "The
Sllvertlioruu's pilots, with the aid of Cap
tains Jack Grauimer and Ueorgo S.
Throop, toiiuda new channel over Hen
derson bar yestirday morning, which
Captain Grauimer thus defines: 'We
found a new channel in Henderson bend.
Instead of crossing into the Ken
tucky shorn abovo AlvV house, con
tinue straight down the faco of
the Indiana t;..i until directly oppos
site Abbott's. At this point we have
driven a stake. Crosa the reef to the left
of t lie stake going down, and then pull
directlv buck to the dry bar, running
within titty yaids of it until opposite the
head of the timber below Abbott's at
this point we have driven another stake
then cross squarely, holding just below
the head ottltu tinnier tin me iveniucKy
side and directly below or to tho right ot
tho stake. Fully three lect mis wa7 ana
all the logs iu the old beud caannel
are avoided. Only two feet the old way,
Lights will bo kept on the stakes at
Jtrpublican 17 : The Valley Bargo com
pany's tow-boat Atlantic lett for New
Orleans Monday alternoon, and her own
ers received a telegram, dated Crystal
City, stating that sho sank yesterday
morning opposite Platin Bock, with her
decks above water. The crew were about
to bulkhead her hold nnd attempt to
pump her out. Tne Salvor No. 2, Capt.
II. IV . Dugan, left yesterday afternoon
tor the scene, and the Atlantic will be
speedily raised If too much ot her bottom
is not torn out. She had only part of
her tow with her, and this Is unin
jured. The Grand Lake was folIow
'. ... . . . . . . ' . ... , . , ., .L...
Illg Wltn Daiaiice oi tow, pieacuine uiucr
barges up, and proceeded on to destina
tion witii tho fleet of five barges which
are partly loaded with 80,000 bushels of
corn. Each bargo is loaded to only 4J
lect. The Atlantic was built at Jefferson
ville,Ind.,inl8G8at a cost of $30,000
for Edmund Ford. Her present owners
speut $16,000 last year iu rebuilding her.
She Is Insured for $10,500 on a valuation
of $20,000 In Geo. D. Capen's ogencles.
It may, with great certainty.be predicted
that the Atlantic will be afloat to-day or
WHOLESALE AM BETA 11.,
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Coiner 10th atreet and Commerci At.
C. O. PATIER fe CO,
80 OHIO LEVEE, Cairo, Ills
V. Hoisser c& Sen,
Auctioneers and Dealers iu
New & Second-Hand Furniture,
Etc., Etc. Etc.
Corner 8th and Commerc i Ave.
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Ladisa ani Cents',
Old flats Made New.
o. 30, Eighth Street.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
IT. 70 OHIO 1EVCE.
riCC.ALatt-nUot (Irea loaaslgatna.i sal
"TyyM. . BHUTH
Physician it Surgeon,
Office la Winter's lllock, comer Beventa and
rnmmemlnl Avtinne. lentnno Ott BVntB.
Ikaldtaioii Thirteen lit street, west Of Wsabingte
A1KAH. Arenls van t4. Dust.
neas laaltlraat. Fartlcutarsfre.
aiis j.sroara oo.klmu,
Br aa Immense praetJea,
a prastk, rMla Omtt a
having within that Us CremMd
laae of those dlaeaa neealiai
periuu or year,
maur thousand ease ef those dlaeseaa nemiiae
to woman. I have been enabled to perteet a
most potent and aarreeable medicine that hmu
tli Indication presented by thai elae of dig.
with posture certainty and Tciue.
To designate this Batural IMClAfl MBMOoae.
IlittvoaainedU . t i,--,
Dr.Pierce's Favorite Presrrf;x
The term, however, la bnt a laabla aerraiilni
ot my high appreciation oi ita value, baaed anoa
my own personal observation. Aa a eloae ob
server, 1 have, while witnessing It positive re "
sulla In the few special diseases Incident la the
ei-pnrato organism of woman, singled It out aa
tbe climax ar erawalnf fena at any'
medical career. Oa lu BMrTt, ae a nof
lire, sale, and effectual remedy for tall eiaaa
of ilUwase. and one that will, at all time and
uimvr an circumauuioee, act aiaaiv ana in bar
mony with tlie law which govtra the female
eyntcm, I am willing to auk my reputation a a
Physician. Nay, even more, so ennOilenl ass I
ilmt It will not disappoint the most Magtuaa
expectation of a single invalid lady who use tt
iir niir ui uie aiimema ror wniea 1 nnntamena tv
that I offer and sell it under A POSITS f ll
OUABANTEE. If a beoeSclal effect to not
experienced by the Urn two-third ol the eon-
tenu oi uw ooHia are uaea, l win. on mure o
Uie bottle, two-third ot th medleln bavtag
been taken according to directions, and th ease
being one for which I recommend It, promptly
refund tbe money paid for it. - Uad f not Ua
most perfect confldence In us virtue, I could not
offer ft a I do under these conditions; bnt hav-
most perfect confidence In Its virtue, I eoukl not
Ing witnessed Ita truly Miraculous cures la thou
sands of cases, I feel wsrriaUa mwA
perfectly eafe In risking atat mr
reputation and Bty cnouef oa lie
merit. , . .
The following are amen 0mm disease In
which my Favorlta Preeerivtloat ba
worked cures, aa If by marto, and with a cer
tainty never before attained by any medicine i
l.eucorrhaia, Exeeaalv Flowln;, Palatal
Monthly Periods, Suppressions when from un
natural Cannes, Irregularities, Weak Back, Fro
lnpsus, or falUoK ot the Uterus, Anteveraloa and
Retroversion, Bearing- Down BensaUone, Inter
nal neat, jlervou vcpresalon, vebiuty. v-
nondencv. Threatened atiacarnas-e. uraneu
ndenoy. Threatened Miscarriage, Caawla
Congestion, Inflammation and Ulceration of tha
I ' I n. Dau.a AkfltHll,,.
male Weakness, and very many other caroaia
disease Incident to woman not mentioned her.
In all affecUon of this natnre, my Favorite
Prescription worka cures the marvel )f
the world. This medicine I do not extol a a
cure-ail, but it admirably fulfills at llmsrle
neas ol purpose, being a most perfect
speutflo in all chronic disease ot tbe sexual sys
tem of woman. It will not disappoint, nor Will
it do harm, In any state or oondluon,
Those who desire further IMarmatlon on
theae subject can obtain It la Ta sTiOPLB'a
Common Bensb Mxdioai. ADViaxm, a beek
ot over 000 paxes, sent, post-paid, oa receipt
of $1.60. It treats minutely ol tbo dlssana
peculiar to Fcinalea, and give much valuable
ndvico in regnxd to tb management el laose,
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tbe most renowned quick cure ever brouf at
umore me puoio in toe mneieenia eee-
tury tor tbe perlect owe ot
Man and Beast!
This popular and trreat beallnor remedy.
ao Iodic needed by sutferlns humanity, to
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THO XT ,m A 397 ID
In til esses elulmtug it tbe most pews,
ful remedy and quick reliever from agBgy,
Diamond Oil Posesse
tbe best concentrated healing proparrlM,
quickest scientific arts tor pain relief, est
combined medicated necessities, a a Mai-
lucunvi uiuuaim ueasi, ever wirgaunvta
for publlo benefit,
who will una this liniment In time, will be
convinced that tbls Is a sure core for then
matism, neuralgia, braises, sprains, swell,
inn, burns, cuts, felons, tumors, piles,
injured limbs, scalds, goat, diptherls,
sore throat, toothache, headache, timet
bites, fits, colie, tape worm, ate., for th
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A rOSITITE CURE
for sweeney, ringbone, strains, eellorj
sloewi, hurts, euros, cuts, bruises, lame,
ness, strained fetlocks. spavins, eolle, botte,
windfall, poll evil, cattle and sheep eom
plaints, and all general diseases ia stock,
and the many other afflictions of both man
DIAMOND OIL is tor sale by Fbabk
fliLsr, being well reeomended by an
druggls, phyiclans. and every one who haa
ever used it. Price, 75 eent per beiU.
W. E. FAG AN A CO..
Bramcli Offlee, Indianapolis Ind.
WILSON & COMPANY
Bankers & Brokers
Dealers in Stock Privileges. 17. B. Bond.
Cotton and MIclUneous Securities, Kle.
The greatest opportunity ctby
before offered for inveBtniBnf
1000 dollars made from Uvut
ment of 200 dollars ia 80 days.
Smaller amounts invested will
pay in proportion. "'
Investments lergl or mull oan be trebl
ed In 80 day. ,
We sell ar purchase as deefred iktree
ot stocks and upward oa margin ti frees
one to two per eeat.
pTLetters of Credit tad Drafts payable
Id venlenc of traveler, -Full
Information seat OB apptteattoa.
P.O. Box 2185. 36 637 Broad Ct.
(Near Gold and Stock xebaage.)
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