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:MK0 IMJSUtESS ABUSES.
.l.-.tty iMommMrtamnUvi Hire UW
a.A, iu tlil-woliuan uaditatrevriatelMa)i
iiHcnuri ai.eti i ourtiitivr laiacyar
arable iiimiiirl iitJvnw . .. , ,
JI a rlwr7 " aiael Tin Ware.
IIAIIVliWr uifilur.a. Till anil Haillr
, UaiileaaiMt falHitr' niiMinM, Wire
jdOli", Uafrigeratsra, Punipa and ladder.
. . Ij Uimnu-aial Avbu. l.uttrllig, end Job
W-nrli dourt ettortaoliue. . . . ,.,
J I lIi 1
44 j A.8.MUHK-rlerrnhardBnilMfNniu-
' ir, Souring,. , tellug, tiding and uifl
lumber, lain aaa aldagke. Oftce and yard
lyrner lwUiilh atrwt ami WaeliiDgton avenue
V'?' . ,
t A J0iC18TR UtCE-Dealar Hi fwh,
v(tKe, blind, ete.i herd aad eofl hiudier aod
-,. .ting1'- Yaid and oflloe, CuiiunrKial efenue,
" sthi 17fh street. ' -" - '
v . h $"Tfi7f
D. H AETMAN UeaWr I (Jiiermwarf, Toy,
L J; Ujui i aad all Blade u'lancy articl-a. Cmunwi-
r 'il4 ? JrV & WltXIAif "WlSTIB-llilh lwt betweaa
nuirolrietBu end WaehingtoB artaue.
,.. ,P clK"iS JHerhjin rallarlaa;. ...
" 10H.V ANTUlM-alri:iant Talk aad dealer
In rh-ady Md Uulhlng. 71 Ohlu bww, -
W " . uAWf t.'V D 1 I' . - . !!
U' And wlta ml aetata, eullMte reata, pay
iif Bua-reeUlenl.eti), CommoreUl aveaua, Ue
tweeu Ninth awl l'ealattwt. - .
., ,"H Ootto and Tubaraa IWon atil pr-
TM ...itlM . tt.m VmnUMk' VklMUUM 14'MtMI(l
11 A in Comuiiiwial Ave.
, l lif orral ICxrwitJInf and Comniiuioo
uitrrbuil, lor ilw wla ol farm, UariUn, Ur-
liaru aul uairy rrtxiuec. moino iv.
4 Uowral t'orwarding and CoinmlMUin
ilivrWianu, tad dkrt In all kiuda of ruit and
Hrvlur.' M Ohio Ixvec. I onMigiiuwnu 10 1 10-
iia,BU'Brlu nmuliol oaaypltcatiua.
BATKH Ok ADVSmTIHIMU.
t. 7 -.taTAUbUUiBJTTejtlig, aNdiMa4av
..aula u ASTAaua
Traaticat aavartUUf will UlnKMad alta
g -s ,Ma af M W jaw aquan lor taa Bral mt-rliun
L ,aaa svauwlvr aaek ubauat0a A lllwral
, diaaooal wiU bt aaU oa aiamlmg aod diipl
lu Ujerliag Funanl nolle l W Motierol
. oiaailag of aodetiat or leeict orders 50 oral tut
, aach laaartM - . ',
Caarca, Soaiery, Tmtini tad 8otpet lotion
wiu oaiT a laacrtad a adTcruaaoMau
JKa adTartlaaoMDl will b ncciTcd at 1" Ibaa
to eaala, aad ao aarntlatmoil will be inaoted
tit laaa tbaa tbraa aollara par n on t B
i hi l 111 ii.m'i'.i 1 - . 1
' .HUMMY, Noveuibor 4, 1S77.
"-t Tbar la ( jkbaul.
4Tlien tbooc uswilly acUve IltUe organs,
the kJJriPj-i ra uccloctful of tlwir duties
1 trow ilugg'uh, tatty tk-jteneration,
. Bnjit'a diae. diatn'tc. and other dan-
' jrerout lUaJladuM!, arc Uie rcault of urglect
(to rtnuudy Uiia Inaclivit' by medicinal
tueaij4. When Uie all Important func
tion o the kidney I are imitctkcllj Uh
charged, tiiou or&m uewl atiBiukting,
aud Uie teat poaiible aifeiit fur that mr
pote since It erlnua iU ofllcc without
' ' utiUnjf ' them la Uostetter'i Stomauh
illttcra, which, In coiublaatlon with iU
tooi; and eaioartio prperUca, ponmhe
valoable quanUei aa a diuretic. , Hoth
kiliaeya and hhtddec are itreoxtheued by
ttand Ue fljfor wlilch It iiuparU to them,
and the gentle hut effectual Impulse
which it give ti tlielr ojieralioii, la the
beat poaaible guaranty a;airiat their be
coDiioj;; diRcaaed. The hitter are Inralua
, hie in other rep-cU as well aa the above
hioce they reuwJy general Ooblllty, uUt
ine trouble, eiilila and fever, dytpeptia,
(MMMtipatloa, tfout, rheumatism, and
other ailioeDti. ,
Mr. (Hiariei Rchoenmeyer ha I received
a iarf e lot of the celebrated I'obJi u ci Jit,
(abfel wein) which Is beyond all quealion
i he beat anil purtit cider ever told in this
airy. Famlliea dc-tlrlng it can procure
thin cider in quantities to suit, by the
pint, quart or gallon, or in larger quanti
ties, i'ertona desiring cider by the bar
racan have their orders filled by notilying
Kr. Hchoenroeycr at his saloon at the
corner of Tenth atreet and Washington
aveie..' Mr. Sehoenraeyer has also just
,receid a consignment of the celebrated
'California Kiesling wine, which is
'tqua.1 to any Itblno wine. Thla
kvrino is nmnufacturcd from the
celebrated Herman grape, and has no
u per lor in the country. And further, tie
Irtepa Hoerlelus' txrr, the Lest uiade,
' and A lull line of choice liquor andci
friL Call and see Charlie. Ho la al
ways dad to sec his friend 4, aud will be
found reaJy to serve them. A free lunch
. spread every morning at ten o'clock, tf
AT THJEBAJIE Ot HTASD.
BlcUajrd Uiiuaeir' bnt
Hlinaair Avaln.' '
Mr. S. Matson desires to aunounco to
the citizens ot Cairo and the surround
.ng oountry, that he has returned from
California, and again casting his lot in
Cairo, baa opened a new stock oi BOOTS
AND SHOES Bt Uie same old stand, No.
140 Washington avenue, tetWMt, H;ht
md Xiuth streets, where, While thanking
his old friends lor their past patronage,
he desires to shake hands with them, and
apply them and many new customers
with anything they need In his line. Mis
Mock it coming right la every day, and
,s tha best the market aflords. All nre
Kd. Braxtoa has returned to his old
' stand in the Reiser building, where he is
.better prepared than over to nccommo
late , hi patrons and the public who
. may faror hliu with a call, lie has gone
to considerable expense lu fitting up a
. couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
. he has provided with all the latest Im
provement and conveniences. .He ou
i ploys ouly first. class workmen and those
: ' Who patronise him will have their wants
attended to i atyla , and will . receive
. eourtuitrtent' fi" ' ", ft t
,V 'jrtw'-' gwwi lMNi-e1wetlOM Id
' !" "Mm. Barry Walker, proprietress of
VfWtfwEuropo ;Botel,"belng well aware
, ! -( )& e Itrltlgepo of money, bas roduoert
'"'- rate to all Who may wish regular board
' . t o sixteen 'doUtra per month or lour dol-
. l art pei"eeV Of &j .board. In cor.
Reetlon witn'tne JKuropean.itorai u a
7tUat ' claa irUiirAM inhere oyston,
f aoM awl all ottwr aaticaoies will m aerr
td at all hgurt during day m night, (tf)
x Th" read arc bud.
I -.Vot-i fvjr the bwt im n.
- Hiiilliailcs nra active.
I -i.MteiiJ ehureli to-dav.
, r-'i'hoClty Council will rn i t lib 'Viw.fj
daV evening.' ; ' 1 M
Circuit Court Will nmvona m lloU
day morning. f
-tTlicro wai uo coat- tried In the po-
licccourtA yesterday, , , v f i , .
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The Cairo A St. Louis railroad will
probably be running within a month.
Mill Scott la unfortunate, llisliorwe
arc always Just ihh enough ,0 "t win'
lie lout again yesterday.
Barlow, Wilson, 1'rimrose & West's
celebrated mliiHtrel band wQl be lu Cairo
on Tuesday evening, November 12th.
-!r'arnbakcr A Bon are doing a good
business. They have the latest styles in
clothing and gents' furnishing goods.
TheSTuK" of Saturday fvemng eon
talneil eight Items, ttio substance ot seven
of which It took trom the Wm i.kti.v.
Ilu'., 'twas over thus, etc. ,
No child can steep Kouinlly while
auflerlng with colic or from teething.
Remove the cause by 11M112 Dr. Hull's
baby syrup., Only 2.1 cents per bottle
i - Information received within tlm last
day or two Is to the effect that Ur. Key
noMs, the trrtat temperance reformer
will arrive In Cairo about the 6 th I net.,
and remain four or five days. '
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; It Is cruel for parcnu to let their
children suffer with coughs and coldx,
which in so many cases lead to consum
ption and premature death. Give Dr.
Bull's Cough Hyrun.
fCemombeT the entertainment to be
given by tho Udics of the Kplscopal
church at the resldenec of W. B. Gilbert,
Esq., on next- Tuesday evening, J.'o
frehtimeuts will be sTvcd without extra
, BiKKk's Con I.ivkrOil, Limb isn
WildChebrv A pleaaut medicine, and
certain remedy for Consumption, Scrofu
la, Debility, etc. Now is the time to use
it. Jno. (.'. Baker A Co., Druggists,
Tle alarm ot tire give shortly after
one o'clock yesterday w.i occasioned by
fire being dUcoverod ou the roof of
Mesnr. Mackie's corn mill ouOhio levee
bctwuii Kightoenth ami Twentieth
streets. The tire was put out without the
aid of the Are companies The damage
was trifling. '
Mr. Kelley, Uie gcutleuian who will
on to-morrow, Monday morning, as
sume control ot thel'lantur's Jlou?, is
not CapU John Kelley who was at one
K mo landlord i( the old Antrim House in
this city, Lut Sir. J. It. Kelley, it com
parative stranger in Cairo. Mr. Kelley
has bad many years experience In the
The Pulaski WiV say,: "Laat .Sun
day Sheriff Wilson ob rye.l a stray ski f!
coming down the river, and as the wind
wis running it luto shoro ha followed on
down until It came in, above the sn.ig
boats, and there In the nnd,on the fhorc,
he saw a bright and shining five dollar
gold piece. He lobbed the gold piece
and let the boys take the boat.'"
Msyor Winterund Hon. D. T. Line-
gar retnrned from Charleston yesterday,
where they went to attend the prelimin
ary trlaj of II. C. Mcttrnder, charged with
shooting a man in that plui a week or
ten days ago. Mr. McGruder is a police
ollh er, and attempting to arrest a man for
a violation of law sliot him. The man
lived about a ween alter being shot. We
understand McGruder was held to ball.
The topic of debate at the Kxcelsior
Social and Literary society meeting at
Miss Lucie Wilson's residence on Tues
day evening next, will be, "Is capital
punishment holler than solitary confine
ment." The contestants on tho alUrma
tlve are .1. Wash. Strong and 11. 0.
Greer, and on the negative, Bob Hinkle
and J. Robertson. The contest promises
to be a warm one.
Mrs. S. Williamson Is marking down
her goods, and Is now soiling straw hats
at prices lower than ever. She Is now
oOering hats which heretofore
sold at. 75 cents to one dollar, for
33, 40 and 50 (xms, and all
other goods In proportion. Her stock of
flowers is very large and range from 10
cents to $2 iu price. The price lor press
ing und rcrnodling straw huts has been
reduced from 83 and 30 cents to 20 und 30
cents. Mrs. W. Invites all inspection of
her oods aud prices. tf
Tho Mound City ratrht says : "The
eminent red-ribbon temperance lecturer,
Dr. Henry A. Ucynolds, ot Michigan,
will be In Cairo next week, Friday, Satur
day nud Sunday, November lull, loth and
11th. Wo understand the Cairo A Yin
comics railroad will scud a special train to
Mound City, very cheap, so that our peo
ple, men, women and children, can at
tend these lectures at a trifling expense.
Will our temperance people move lu this
matter at once."
On Friday lust at the regular meet
lug of the Ladles Library Association,
Mrs. G. U. Aivord conducted a very In
tercstlng exercise on tho history of Tur
key, and Mrs. Uoorgo read a very ably
written paper 011 Mohammed and Mo
hawuioduulsru. At this meeting Mrs.
George reslgnod tho position of secretary
ol the Association, and Mrs. Lclghton
was elected to fill tho vacancy. .The LU
bniry room has been mado mora attrac
tive than ever by the addition ol the Val
uable collection ol curiosities of the late
A. B. Sullbrd,' Esq., which has been pla
ced In the room under the name ot the
Suflord Loan, by Mrs. Safford, and Mrs.'
Our neighbor over, tho way ho at
the luminary Is a great person "fuako
toifeb.' out ot nothing. He It nowengtg
cd In an attempt to curry favor with the
Cairo bntchert by making a great noise
about an Item which appeared In Vyy n "! W,U,Ca
lit Lle 1 tf ot Saturdi? uiorutng which
stated that a hog killed by tho cars ou
the Illinois Central mt) taken charge of
by one of our bufttocn i. Tho fact as
stated in that Item ro correct, but it
docs not follow that tacuc the hog was
taken charge of by tho butcher that it
was mado Into Bailee. Tho lutuluary
is welcome to all tine capital It can make
out of such itro, however. , , . .
' . Prlata.
j-1 ui t received a choice line of black and
gold prints at Uie f
t. Noa.j1-.'I kw Yvhk broiii:. '
Phil Beat Browing Oo.'a Ktilwauka
Lagar Bear1 Banry Bralhaa, agent.
The tlnett cottage in town. Inquire of
Iw Gkorgk Kishfr.
7 " i v. ,. ' :
: " ; Drawned.
;Wlill a nuin!er of colored men were
crossing the Mississippi river at Green
ley's bend in Dog Tooth on Friday last
the sklfi was capsized and one of them,
Kaudall Gilbert by name, was drowned.
Gilbert was a preacher, and was on his
way to Missouri to attend a religious
meeting of some kind at the time the ac
cident happened. Ho was a low, heavy t
set man; he had a tear causal by
a burn on the left sidu of his
held, the effects of which
bad caused tlio ear to grow fast to the
head. When ilrowned he had on a pair
ol dark jeans pants and a lead colored
coat. In hit vest pocket was a silver
watch attached (0 a chain made of twelve
silver ten cent pieces. 1 fe alto had in hit
pocket a small white-handled pocket
knife. Any one finding the remains will
please notify Isaac Nelson, Goose Inland,
Alexander county Illhio's. A reward of
$3will be paid tor the recovery of the
Paint at Aartlon.
A line line of paint, ready mixed fur
use, to be sold at auction Monday, Nov.
5th, at 10 o'clock. Ki isskr A Soy,
It ( 'or. kth street and t ommercial av. I
Ponr of our 1-pound bars oi extra fam
ily and Oermaii soap for 23 cents, or 18
bars for $1, a the
Nkw York Siu:k.
lu the Kplscopal church there will
be Uie regular Berv Ices, Hector Dillon
Lee olllciating. Sunday School as usual.
Kcv. Mr. George will hold services
In the Presbyterian church to-day nnd to
night. Sunday School at the regular
itev. C. Durathner will conduct ser
vices in the German Lutheran church,
Thirteenth street, to-day at the usual
hour. Sunday school at 2 o'clock p. 111.
itev. Mr. Morrison will occupy the
pulpit In the Methodist church to-day
and to-night at the regular hours for
holding services. Seats free and the pub-'
lie ore inyited to attend.
tiolden HI CoHe.
4 lbs. for $1.0C ; 4 lbs. choice Hlo Cof
fee lor $1.00 at tho New York Stork.
Nov. 4 3t
Phil Beat Brewing Co.'a Milwaukee
Lager Bear. Henry Brelhan , agent.
Correspondence aollolted. 6t
t). U. B. W. fioar.
We now Otlcr the celebrated K. A O.
Fclf-rixing buck wheat flour in 5 lb.
packages to the trade. Best in use at (he
Nov. l-3t Nkw York Stori;.
Mr. Drlpps, late teller for the City Na
tional Bunk in this city, will leave in a
day or two for a trip thiougb Texas.
Ho will visit all of the principal towns
and cities in that State, and may, per
haps, conclude, to locate hi some one of
.Mr. Settle, owner of the celebrated
pacing hore "Badger," was in the city
Hon. John S. Crmn, of Vienna,
member nt the State Board of Equaliza
tion, was in the city on Friday night.
Mr. .1. B. Straughn of the tobacco
tlrmdfStraiighn, Tinkle A Bird, Padu
cali, was In the city yesterday.
Try It, Everybody Take It, Phil Beat
Brewing Oo.'a Celebrated Milwaukee
Lager. Henry Breihan, agent.
New Breakfast Bacon,
Apple, Butter, etc., at the
Nov. 4-3t New York siori:.
I'or Juetleeaf the Paaea.
The friends ot Mr. John II. Hobiuson
have prevailed on that gentleman to al
low bis numc to be placed on tho ticket
for justice of the pcuco in south Cairo
precinct. Mr, Uoblnson bos had a num
ber ol years experience as a justice and is
familiar with the duties of the office, and
has always been regarded as a good aud
elllcleut officer. He hat many warm aud
steadfast friends, and In the race to take
plaoeonTucsduy, will in all probability
bo elected. ..,
All person! liavlng claims or accounts
galust the undersigned are requested to
present the tame lor settlement before
Tuesday next. ..All persona ludebted to
me are requested to cull and settle with
out delay. " " F. I). Rrxkoud.
Cairo, Nov. 3, 1877. 3t
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What l.uek! LkB t -
Without a key. For daks, chests,
caih-drawera, wardrobes, boolc-cates,ete.
hv altQ wtrJi.jDSinoUbxr article ot
great merit. flood arrangements cut ba
made so yo.it can make money, tho com-,
Ing won. Call at Arlington Hotel. '
Llat of tha CandldaUa for tha Yaxloua
OSoaa to ba Voted for at the Election on
Below wc give a complete listol all the
caudldatcs for county officers, aud lor
justices of the peace and constables In
North aud South Cairo precincts. The
list ii certainly large enough for almost
every citizen to find tome one tor whom
bo would liko to vote. As we
have " takeu . no stock in the
election, and do not propose to take any,
we simply give the list of candidates,
wlthoutexpresslng a preference for either
one or the other ot them. Here they are:
von v'ounty .icdue:
Reuben S, Vocum;
Isaac L. Harrell.
IOR COL'MY CLERK!
William K. Hawkins;
John P. Hely;
Samuel J. Humm;
William F. Pitcher.
t OR COI'NTV 1 SUfEHIXTKVDKN' r Or
Mrs, P. A. Taylor;
J. W. Renfro.
KOI! COl.'.NTV C'OMUIrtSIOKKK:
Thomai W. Halliday;
It. F. Livingston;
Francis M. Ward.
. SOUTH CAIRO.
1 OR JCSTICB OFTnB PEACE:
John II. Robinson;
FOR COL'XTY CONSTABLE':
Geo. W, Whltlock;
Wm.T. Scott (col'd).
rOR M SI ICE OF THE 1'ElCF.!
O. A. Osborn.
FOR COL'XTY COXSTAHLES:
-las. U. English;
W. P. McAllister, (col'd).'
For Road Tax. Against Road Tax.
For the $531,712.18 Appropriation.
Against the $531,712.18 Appropriation.
Wanted one good blacksmith to take
charge of a shop to do custom work.
For information apply to
I. G. Iskeu ,
3t Jordan Htatlon, Ky.
There was considerable fun at St,
Mary's park yesterday over a raco be
tween a horse owned by Bill Elliott and
another owned by a Kentucklan. There
was some delay and considerable quib
bling over the preliminaries, and it was
long after three o'clock before the horses
came on to the track. Elliott's horse
beat by twenty-live feet. Efforts to get
up several scrub races were made but did
To Ilia Public.
Tho undersigned wishes to inform the
citizens ot Cairo that he will be ready in
a short time to furnish theia with all
kinds ol trees, such as fruit-trees ot every
description, Shade-trees, Flowert,
Shrubs, Plants, Evergreen trees, for
Christmas, ( f different kind and sizes,
at the lowest prices and terms. There
fore, send in your orders early to lave
them on hand in time. AH information
given on application. Orders to be left
at Edward Thlelecke's grocery store, on
Eighth sVeet; Ernest Pettit's, on Twen
ty-eighth street and Commercial avenue;
Metcall, corner Division and Washing
ton avenue; or to Albert Grlndler him'
self, or through the postofllce.
Millinery ana Fanejr (iaoda.
Mrs. ('. McLean, Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercla
avenues, Is (ust in receipt of an elegant
and complete stock of Millinery and
Fancy Goods of every kind. Among
other articles we miy uienUon that she
is selling tine black straw hats in all the
latest styles at trom 40 to 50 cents; ele
gant patterns at prices lower than was
ever offered to the trade; llowers and
feathers trom 10 cents to $1; silks and
velvets In all the new shades at prices to
suit, lu the hosiery for ladles and child
ren line her stock Is not equaled by any
other establishment iu tho city, and she
auks the ladios to call aud examine them
before going elsewhere. Mrs. McLean
will sell her goods of all kinds as cheap,
if not cheaper, than the same kind ol
goods can bo bought elsewhere In tblt
market. SI10 solicits an examination 01
jcr stock aud prices, believing that the it
prepared to please all whom may favor
her with a call in boUi. Ladlet desiring
to have hats pressed can have tho same
Joue for from 23 to 33 cents. 5-7tf
A r"MV OF TUK TRICES T
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
l lth AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar,
10 lb N. Orleans ,
U lb Klo Coffee.,
...... 1 00
H lb White Sugar....;-......
4 lb Soda.
4 Boxes Matches
Starch, per pound
6 Mars Soap
v-mU OU. per gallon
Mt ,! .
Aad all other goods very cheap.
" Alto, Just received, a choice lot ol Pure
Bpices, Mustard, English Table Hauce
and Tickles. .
Call md set us. , ' ..ajt
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1ue1.ee carried into New Orleans,
Monday, the largest trip of the season.
5,r,7 bales cotton, 4,400 sacks seed, and
I'll barn-la oil.
1 he stock of coal at New Orleans Is
,,uuKii iu UIQ111113 ana prict 1
are: Pittsburgh, by boat load, :,0e per
IIAlU ...lill.nl. .a,.... . ..
DDI; to manufacturers OOe, to steamboats
55o; at retail 75c; per hhd ?7; anthracite,
at retail, ll per ton; St. Bernard, to
steamboats 50c, nt retail 70o per hbl.
The City ot Chester brought a liulit
trip trom Memphis yesterday.
ine snagooat Jno. X MaComb has
worked 5 days between St. Louis and
Cairo, und removed ninny ugly sniiirs,
ine .ino. (lilmore will tako up part of
Uie uec s tow to St. Louis, and brinout
four barges for the Mississippi Valley
Transportation Company for the Port
bads to take south.
ine capital nty is well laden for
ran v. . .
ine uoia (.abler detained bv bad
weather arrived yesterday mornine- with
a rair cargo from Lvansville.
"Good Intent" Is the name of the Cin
cinnati ami sr. Louis line to which the
Laura Davis bcliiis.
The machinery of the Coal Hill is to be
piaceu on trie new tow boat Jno. Par-
Frank J. Oakes' new propeller "Rapid
Iransli" was launched from the Coving-
ion marine ways last Wednesday.
Captain Dugan telegraphs to St. Louis
that the riyer is rising fast at Delta.
I aud the prospects for raising the sunken
Glencoe are very poor.
Michael Roach, a steamboat engineer
who worked last on the transfer steamer
II. S. McComb, died in the hospital in
this last evening ot chronic dysentery.
He had beeu suffering with it lor a long
time, but went to tho hospital only 0
short time ago completely prostrated and
never rallied. Ills family of nine per sons
live at Cleveland, Ohio.
The C. W. Anderson lor Lvansvilic:
Jno. B. Maudo tor Vicksbur-r. Citv ol
Alton, Jno. F. Tollo and Grand Lake
and barges lor New Orleans, are duo to
Louisville CWiV-ui(,7i, 2nd: The
Pilots' Association at Cineinnutl linu -a.
ttblished wages lu tho Cincinnati and
ew uneans trade at $175 per month or
trip, and are not to be paid oil for less
than a month's wages at any time. Tins
is accepted by our pilots hero, who seem
saUstled with the arrangement. It went
into effect on the first of this month
The pretty little side-wheel steamer Lit
tle Bob B. leaves for New Orleans this
evening on her first trip. . dipt. Jack
Blanks goes In command of her The
veteran Capt. St. ClairThoruasson relum
ed to the Gait House lrom Canada yes
terday. Welcome, sir I
New Orleans Timer. The Tort E.ids
left last evening for St. Louis with live
barges in tow, containing I lull bbls. resin
and 50 bbls. turpentine.
la so common in tho country as foircely
to need comment. The causes which
produce It are such as cold, irregular
living, over exertion, low Fpirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
Ac. In large cities where edgo tools
and agricultural implements are manu
factured, the grinder protects his lung!
lrom the Injurious cthct3 of il IJ ist
Hying oil the grindstone by w rij a
respirator, The cool miner ere t I .j
scends the shaft provides hirasci jrflttY a
safety lamp to guard against f!6nv
Now It Is equally necessary uC'rjia
who are brought in contact with ajjj 0f
the causes leading to Intermittent lever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly cstoemcd remedy
against It, the home stomach bitten.
ROitt-e to Rtiil.ler.
Proposals wilt be received by the un
dersigned, building committee of the
Delta City Fire Co;, lor the erection ol
a 2-story brick tire engine house until
Monday, Nov. 5, at 7 o'clock p. m., at
the ofllce ol Lancaster A Rico, where
plans and specifications may be seen.
Bids will be received for the whole house
complete, or for the brick work and car
penter work separately. Bidder to furn
ish tho material.
The committee reserve tho right to re
fect any or all bids.
C. O. l'ATIEIt,
J. Y. Tl ll.NEI!.
Cairo, Ills., Nov. 1, 1S77.
Mrs. L. J. Kpenri,
No. 118 Commercial avenue, Winter's
Block, culls the attention of the ladies to
lcr largo stock of fall and whiter millin
iry, ot the latest designs, which she Is
Jally receiving from New York and
MONDAY, OCTOIIHU 22,
she will hold her
soutiuuing one week, and wishes all l he
ladles to call and examine licr goods,
At her stock is large and uompleto vis
itors can rest assured of fludiug her
itock to suit tho most fastidious,; and she
will take special orders for anything that
may not be in stock. Oell-lm
You Can Nave
Money by getting your building materia
of Lancaster A Rice, They arc selling lum
ber at mill prices; a large amount of white
pine and cypress shingles ot the best bran
constantly on hand. Wo sell pino shin
glet at $1.75 per thousand; sawed cedar
posts at at 25 cents each; whito pine floor
ing at $22.50 per thousand; pino siding
at $15.00 per Uious uid. Try your luck
with this firm. ' ' " tl.
Wa Werklng Machinery For Bale
One Plainer and Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one Burfaosr and one Glgsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber In
payment. For terms apply to ;
34-Im James Bell, Ullin, Lilt,
iv., . .. . ,
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wi.hS!! ' T (;l"1'lr',,1' ' lotbi" H ia'tairooalj mfc'Va'saajtaa-'eaal ass nil .a
m liotit rar of Ulng gain avwl. Boya' Ki'miMciat lu mailt iitaTaa --rJ7 JKWf
er. and. ho,.,!,,,.
liuyyoumuj.iilyui wn M
. . , ! ' ""'I'"' ' JJllfu'llUlillu
Corner 18th Street & ComVl Ave.V
"' I Have Opened an
iiaa Toilot Artioloa,
To Which I Call the Attention of th t.,ii4n. '
(lh,.lw'ill'"1,ko'e accurate compounding of physiaans prescripiloa . fDe.
,rJ' O. T! ft'ITill,
W kt A aid UU
Is Preferrri to all Others :
They are ma.leol the b'-, ASratTTA" MITSUV. '
VnU. HHiiiienrethr-'i'O' fiHlniaclcof Uie beat linen, each ply being guaranteed to be all
!r1, lh.-r--Mi)ailemiWlivcialileandexperiente.lhn.l,anilareckWfullT Inspected and
nnauriaal hv any other in workmanalup. ' 1
itti. Xlioy ar guuruntw.il 10 lit ami give aatlalaction iuavery particular. '
Try Them and be Convinced!
FOR SALE ONLY BY -
DEALER IX ". ,
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
' 134 COMMERCIAL AVfiXUE.
Pettier ing Fresh Meat
Botwoen Washington and Com
mercial Avennes, adjoining
V. Hoissor & Sen,
New & Second-Hand Furniture,
Etc., Et Etc; .
Corner 8th and Commerc'l Ave.
G. D WIIXIAMS0N,
Anil Dealer in
Ha. IS OHIO LEVEE.
PRLvAtiatton'.i?! givna tomilgamiati ail
filling oidera i ....
H. N. WELTON,
80 OHIO. LEVEE; Calr llliL
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RATES: I3.0Q PER DAT
Ul-i U a ' ". U lJ
.u .ir .
ia aAjta skat those wha
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l lowiirloea, to hi told aecoMiagly. W
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t ai, Wi,"of fwy Trlmnied (taramt.,
ft. . r, r
ii u aas
Entire New Stock of
AiUU ' V PEARL
ITVl A. V A BBBBa a
,-. Trad Mark-
ii .ii MutU Uksp
St. Louis, Ho.
(Sstablktei in 1B59 J
IH0B. A. &ICX, A, X. l i. I.,)
IAS. KICK, A. M., I Principals
J, H. HTOWOOD J
FULL LIFE SCHOUKSHIPJ $81 00
MOST Complete. Thoroogh aad PracUaa
count of Htudy In the Uattad Statae a
bonne Indiapensible to eTiry youag maa aaa-
for Illaitnitai Oireilax,
TUU3.A.RICE. A. M..t. B..
GP,0 CE8IG 5
BOOTS &S HOE 8
Coffee, Sugar k Sjro,
Spoolalty ia Toao.
Goods Dellvvred Promptly .
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faints, Olb, Varnkhca,
rVaU Fapar, Window OUaa, Via
'v dOW'ttaVda. AO.
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