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fmnr. In tbp ,'Jtlujua ubiIpi apiiroprialv hanlies
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luaitarr. talk aal hliifU.- ofllc and yard
virnet;r ijaitMl.neet and WiiKlininlun avmua-
A-IUCK-DmUm ta eah
blind, fto.i liart ami aoll himlrfr ami
Iai4 aatl wfflra, (.oiniurriiul avenue,
irnrr Clb street. .
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I. IIAIIlVAK-bnlor In OtHvntwun, Toy.
rnV a ui all kl if4a ! am? artlel-. cumruer-
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WIM.IAU WINTER Sixth itrart liciwetn
vmtuarelal aTaw anU " ailnlon jireniw
'llbiaB aad nrliaa( faltering.
4HiJtNTKIM-Mmban( Tailor inl daltr
ia UmAfJl Hulawm. Ijw,
; Meal Batata AaeaMlaa,
M. I. HOWLKY-Bcal Ktato A (tat.
lid fell, ml wiw, cuiia
llertl rant, bar lain
Mv aoa-raaUlaDU.rk:. Conifuereial aveau., ba-
nmn Kurtb ami ivatn .treei.
. . Cammlaalfta Merelianla,
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U ' tXitton and Tobacco l'aetorl ami aro-
uiwr l in wummr lurawi nannou.
I i A m Cemaimarrtal Amiw.
j , btaaral Kinanlla( and CammiMioa
.atciebaat, at Hi aala f farm, tiaxlco, Ur-
;hara nu I'aiy rronue. r.Mnio UTf.
n A. WUKMUK'K U).-
BSi ticuanl forwarding and CoinmU.lon
aae-baaiA aad deal la ail kiuda T Kroil and
,nv4pmi MWv lim Conaifaiatasa toue-
mimm itin J J n i .inn yrrs
ItATa r AOVMtTiaiaw.
" ,fjrUi MUa fcv adan)aiMl7 anTduii aadjw
via n aataaca
Tmaataal adaartitlaawtlli kalaaerlcd at
Ma a( 1 W Mt aaiian Jar Uat Aral iaMrtioa
aaAaaaaaHfaiaaabavbaaiiiMBleM A lllwral
dlaooaa will U mIA 01 tuaiUnc aM dkpl
ad f arliiaiaa fa
fgrlaaarUaa' fuaaral aorlaa II m VotJaaai
ral'-f af toeUUM or ixnl ordwi Wataurbr
Oaaaak, aoaiaty. FatliTal lad aapprr noUeai
Will aaljr b laaaraal at adf artiaamaaM
Ha adfrttlaaaiaBl will ba raaalrad at leal Ibaa
at aaala, aad ao advartlaanait will ta laatrtod
TULllSDAV, November, lk77.
Tuesday Nov. 13
7.1 lud nd Ed Iroups hrthg,
Solid Silver Cornet Band,
Baparb and Complete Orcbeilra.
BeMrrad Matt without extra charge at
Uarlntan'i Queens ware Store.
OX) M(.IIT 0LY !
Monday Nov. 12.
Primrose & toiv
Master Band of the World.
la aa elegant, chaste and unapproaoliable
programme of novelties.
Admlstien 0 cents. Be served seste" 75
enM. Seats can be seeured at Hartnan's
:lilna and elms Store.
Cms. B. GniSTR, Agent.
f th Pbll.
The undersigned wishes to Inform the
citizens ot Cairo that he will bo ready in
a short time to furnish them with all
kinds ol trees, such as lruit-trcs ot every
description, Shade-trees, Flowers,
Sbrnbs, Plants, Evergreen trees, for
Christmas, ol different kind and sizes,
at the lowest prices and terms. There
fore, send lo your orders early to have
them on hand in time. AH Information
given on application, Orders to be left
at Edward Iblelecke's grocery store, on
Eighth street; Ernest Tettlt's, on Twenty-eighth
street and Commercial avenue;
jleteall, corner Division and Washing
ton avenue; or to Albert Grlndler lilm
self, or through the postofllcc.
Money by letting your building materia
Lenotstef A Bice, They art selling lum
ber it mill prion; a tar amount of whito
pUe and oy press shingles ol the best bran,
constantly en hand. VTt sell pine shin
gles at $1.71 pw thousand; sawed cedar
nosta At at 26 cents each; white pine floor'
Ing it tn.M per thousand;5 pin siding
cjr: n i n n
at $15.M per thousand. Try your juck
wlthtbUflrto.lij. . ; tf,
-Ur. HrlttlmlH, formerly ( tliln tliy
tint now ot ImllHimpolil, in the rity lio
a l)iimrf vii-lt..
TliouiaR 'aclie, tbo colmi'd itnt.ii
We i (.ci(lenlly etnllied at Him I'lulitore
llouee llic other day In nlo Impror hi,
but ii not yi't out ol danr,
"I'miiIs ar (luMioni tiling,' Aiitl k
nrc conlie nml tolth, but lli lattvr will
iiVAiiiibly yiiM to 1'r. Hull' Cmili
Wyriij), wlilcli eiistn but 23 ei-ntn.
W'e nrf flat! to 1 urn l!ul Mr. SliUs
comlllioii is umcli lmirovcil aul Mia Is
doing fully u well an could be exprctrd
Irom tbe itvorily olht-r injury.
11a AIM t'OU I.lV llOll I.IMK AMJ
Wii.oCiif.uiiv. A ileaunt uittdivine, and
certain remedy for Coiieuiiiiilloii, 8 rotu
la, Debility, etc. Now i tlic time to u.e
It. Juo, C. Hakrr &. Co., Druggists,
Ibe voice ol reloi id le heard tliroujl.
tb land, and epeaki ot the "good time
coming." Bo too the spirit of reform is
working in the imravriei of tlte land to
baiil.li those dangerous opium and mor
phia preparation, and eetablitli useful
aud barralens remedies, of wbkh Dr.
Bull's baby syrup is acknowledged a
the very best for all the disorders of buby
hood and early childhood. Sold every
where at 23 cents a bottle,
The State Board ol Health irill meet
In this elty on Thursday morning, Xoy.
loth, at the olilce ot Dr. Wardner fur the
examination ot candidates for license to
practice medicine. The Hoard Is com
posed of the following men: Dr. Ward
nercl Cairo, Dr. Gregory ot Blooming
ton, Dr. Itauch ot Chicago, Dr. Newton
Bateman of Ualesburg, Dr. Chamtjers of
Charleston, Dr. I.udham ol Chicago, Dr.
Clark of Elgin, and Dr. . W. Gray,
secretary ol the board.
-Mr. S. Wijliamtun is marking down
hergoods, and Is now selling straw bals
at prloce lower than ever. She is now
offering bats which heretofore
sold at 73 cents to one dollar, for
83, 40 and 60 eente, and all
other goods in proportion. Uur stock ol
flowers is very largo and range from 10
cents to 2 In price. The price tor press
ing and rcmodllng straw liata has been
reduced from 3-1 aud 30 cents to 30 and 30
eents. Mrs. V. Invites all Inspection of
her '-oods and Drier s. tf
At the donation surprise party last
Tuesday night given by the ladies ol the
Methodist church for the benefit ot ltev.
Mr. Morrison and his lady, the gilt which
they prize highest of all was a beau til id
quilt given by Grand Mother Oberly,
made by her own hands In her old age.
Itlsdoubleand made of piece work, and
was a long time in construction, and will
remain with them always a reminder of
pleaant Cairo associatio.is In general and
the motherly klndncs of the donor in
Hi Addreae to the Buainaaa M.n at the
Capt. .las. B. Kads arrived in the city
on yesterday morning at three o'clock
Irom St. Louis , and according to previous
announcement addressed a very large
meeting ol the business men and citi.ens
of Cairo generally at the Athe-
neum at halt pat ten o'clock.
Capt Kads is by no means an
orator, or given to flights'of eloquence
in the discussion ot tho great and all-important
matter of river Improvement.
Ills address, however, Is plain and
simple, and hb handles bis subject with a
clearness that makes every one who
hears him understand precisely what his
Ideas on this great question are. Capt.
Eads' address to the meeting in this city
yesterday was similar to that delivered
by him before the Cincinnati Chamber of
Commerce a few days ago and which we
published in full lu the Boxeti.v of
Sunday morning, and hence we deem it
unnecessary to print his remarks. There
Ii no doubt, however, that Capt. Eads
visit to this city will go far toward arous
ing the people ot this section to a know I
edge of the facts that, with a few excep-
have not been sufficiently uc-
and wto.Le work of securing aid for the
iprovement of the Mississippi river.
A Mew Baardlaa Honae.
Mrs. Gafney has taken charge ol the
large boose at the corner of Seventh
str:et and Washington avenue, where
she will eonduct a boarding house. She
Is relurnlshlog the house throughout
with excellent furniture, and is now
ready to receive boarders and entertain
them In first-class style, giving to them
all the comfort and convenience that
could be desired. Mrs. Gaflney has had
many years experience in boarding house
and hotel management, and feels confi
dent that she is capable aud able to give
better accommodations for less money
than any other boarding house lu the
cltv. She solicits a share ol public pat
The Great Reform to Begin at Cairo. t
In. HENRY A. REYNOLDS,
the great Temperance Reformer, unani
mously Indorsed by the Legislature ot
Michigan, In which state ho was Instru
mental in saving
will commence short series of meetings
In Cairo, on
FRIDAY NIORT, KOV. OtR.
Day and night meetings on Saturday and
Sunday, Nov. 10th and Ilth.
The commodious warehouse on Com
mercial avenue, botween 7th and 8th
streets, has been tltted up and seated to
KIORT HUNDRED f KOM.K.
. Dr. Reynolds' engagement will expire
Coma out to these meetings! Come
from the country by private eenyeyaneel
Come by the trains and boaUl By mak
ing up parties special rates or special
trains can be secured. By order af
Th Cairo Temper anci U.M0N,
Returns, ThouKb Wot Cohiplete, are
Riirrlotont to Determine tba Reeult .
Yooum, Hurnin, Halllday, M re. Taylor,
AMn and Fitzgerald are the
Though lull rctr.rim ol Ttiesd's tlcc
have not lxn received fruui all the coun
try precinct euough have coiuo to liuiid
to determine the result beyond a reasona.
ble doubt. The contest between Messrs.
Vociim aud llarrell for tho county Judge
ship seems to have been less close than
it was suppocd bclorc the election that
it would be. Ol Mr. Vocuiu's election
there is no doubt, but what his majority
will bo can not yet be stated definitely. It
is certain, however, to be between U00
aud 400 votes. For county clerk.
Mr. Sam J. lluiiiin is the suc:cnlul mail
Hi majority Is about one hundred. Mr.
Ilumm has reason to be proud of his vb
tory. The fight against him was bitter
and he bad many obstacles to contend
with, i'or assessor aud treasurer, Jack
Aldcu has a majority of somewhere be
twecu 500 and a 1,000 votes. Tom llalJi
day succeeds Tom wileou as county
commissioner. It is not ecrtaiu that Mr.
Ilalliday had any opposition In the race.
His majority is somewhere between 1,
300 and 1,300 votes. Mrs I'
A. Xaylor is re-elected county
Superintendent of Schools by perhaps
800 majority. For coroner Dick Fitzs
gerald comes out of tho race between 100
and 200 votes ahead, and he will make an
Tho proposition to levy a special tax
(or the purpose ot building a county
road betweea Cairo and Unity received
a majority of abeut 250 in the- city, but
the opposition to It lu the country seems
to have been large, and the
proposition is probably loitt. This,
however, is only supposi
tion, but it is eertain that it carried at all
it will be by a very small majority. The
state house appropriation is probably de
feated In this county. It received a ma
jority in the city, but was slaughtered In
The following are the returns so far as
received up to a late hour last evening:
SOUTH CAIIMJ ritECTXCT.
Vocum's majority. 45
Humm over Yost 0
A!dens majority- 108
Halllday's majority 30
StTERIXTKSDEXT OK HCnuOl.S.
Mrs. Taylor 443
Mrs. Taylor's majority
Fitzgerald's majority 19
.It'STICS OF THE TEACH.
C. S. Delay :. 20
For additional tax 285
Against additional tax 117
Majority lor tax ICS
STATU HOl'SK APPROPRIATION.
For appropriation 23G
Against appropriation 130
Majority lor appropriation 100
NORTH CAIRO rilECLNCT.
Yocmn's uiaj 43
Yost over Humm 31
Alden over Craig 350
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.
Mrs. Taylos's mat
tv V f ' '
Ward over F Itgerald..
R'STH B OMIIM I'KACK.
Osborne i 407
Taylor -(colored) 103
Gladney (colored) 233
McAllsU'r (Colored) 203
For additional tax 2lil
Against additional tax 1S3
Maiority lor tax..:. 7
STATE IICIUSK AI'I'IIOIillAIION.
For appropriation 250
Agaiutt appropriation 103
Majority lor appropriation ';:)
Yost over Humm ,
Alden over Craig
SCHOOL. SI PEKINTKNIIENT.
Mrs. Taylor's majority
Halllday's majority 95
Stout v Z0
Fitzgerald's majority 10
KOR Jl IKiK.
Vocum's majority 00
Yost over Humm 2:1
Cauble over Alden 17
SUPERINTENDENT OP SCHOOLS.
Mrs. Taylor 10
itenfro's mai 101
Livingston .. 3
Halllday's maj , 1
Fitzgerald's maj 47
POn .K DfiK.
Y'ocum's majority 38
Ilumm over Yost..
Mra. 1'aiillne M, IMIUbury, Electric
With medicated baths, would invite the
attc itlou ol the sick, aud those suffering
with chronic diseases, nervous debility
exhaustion of vital power, neuralgia,
paralysis, female complaints, catarrh and
all Impurities of the blood. Hur system
of treatment is pleasant and soothing,
no shocks are given; she has been very
successful for a number of years, and
she docs not hesitate to warrant a cure,
where there is any constitution to build
Having engaged the bath-rooms of Dr,
Arter on Tenth street, botween Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street, where
she will at all times take great pleasure
in attendance on patients. Nov. 7-lm
lira. L. J. epeara,
No. 118 Commercial uvenue, Winter's
Block, calls the attention of the ladles to
acr large Block of fall and winter mlllln
jry, ol the latest designs, which she Is
lally receiving from New Y'ork and
MONDAY, OCTOBRR 32, '
she will hold h r
continuing one week, and wishes all the
ladles to call and examine her (roods.
As her stock is large and complete vis.
itors can rest assured ol finding her
stock to suit the most tostldlous,; and she
Will take special orders for any tiling that
nay not be In stock. Ocl4-lm '
SW.N.W, SERVICE REPORT.
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Pltlihurg .1 .1 " u "
Uloclnn.ti ! ii ii
Louiavllle 4 2 J
Kvinaville I i
Pailucali ' 7 lu s
Cairo VI k h
H. Paul 1! a 'i ii
luvtniiort 'i ' V ii
Kfokiik a -i
StLom 1 1 !
' jamIcs'm; WA ISOS,
, Pcrgr,uu Binal airvice. V. A.
Tim .Ino. L, P.hoads was to leave
Pittsburgh yesterday for St. Louis. The
Ironsides, laid up ut Kate's ltock, will
aVur lor St. 1 .ouis to-day.
Tin: hull of Capt. Kount.'s mammoth
sternwheekr Is to bo launched coon.
Tho hull of Captain Adams' new boat
win launched nt Rrownsville, Pa., on
Wash Thompson ami llobert McC'ay
are to be the .lames I . Parker's clerks
Tkc Goldcu Crown ran from New Or
leans to Natchez. In 31 hours rnnnlng
time Willi 700 tons freight.
We inspected tho G, W. R, Bay ley
yesterday, and through the kindness and
politeness of Captain Nelson gained a
pretty good idea of her construction and
machinery, but we couldn't describe It.
She is a rare bird sure enough. .Slio docs
Iter digging out aft and she dou't dig at
all. .She sucks tho tand up through an
IminciiK! suction pipe by a great rotary
pump that U drawn by two beautiful os
dilating engine. The pipe discharges
into four wry largo tanks located amid
ships. When they are full the boat goes
to some convenient locality, lets the hot.
torn lull out ol the mud tanks by hydrau
lic engines and the contents find a lodg
ment on tho bottom of the river or gulf.
Major Andrews, tho main stand by of
Captain Kads In tho construction of the
Jetties, came this lar on the Hay ley. The
reception of Captain Juincs U. Eads and
j Major Andrews, and the address ol Cap
j tain Eads to our people yesterday, are
noticed in full elsewhere.
The City ot Alton bad to douhlo trip
oyer the barat the head of Powers' island
yesterday. Mr. Maeson, her clerk, came
down for a lighter but tailed to find one.
Then; Is but 8 feet water on the bar, and
the Alton was drawing much more.
The railroad transfer steamer being
built at Metropolis tor Memphis, is ot the
follow ing dimensions: 200 feet long over
all, 42 feet beam, 7 feet bold; 2 engines
each 21 J Inches In -diameter by C foot
stroke; 1 boiler on each . hie 48 inches in
diameter by 2 feet long, with six 11-inch
Hues; wheels 20 InchcB In diameter,
buckets 12 feet long. She will have
double tracks and will carry 12 cars.
Tho hull proper cost $10,000. She Is to
be launched on Saturday next.
Captain Kads and Major Andrews wefit
south by rail.
The Jim Fisk brought out a very good I
trip and will be on hand again promptly
to-day to leave lor Paducah at o o'clock
p. m. Tho Dora Cabler brought out
about 50 tons of freight night before last.
The Jim Fisk for Paducah, C. W. And-
crson lorEvansville, Susie Silver for New
Orleans, and Stc Genevieve lor Memphis
arc due to-day.
llio Grand Tower yesterday was very
well laden lor the south.
Tho Rclle Memphis brought 223 bales
cotton for the east.
The Centennial passed to St. Louis
with a light trip.
Tbo A. C Donnally and Vint Shinklc
each made additions heic, and arc very
well laden for Cho south.
Pilot Joe McCulIough, w ho e.inn; out
on tho G. W. R. llaylcy, returned by rail
yesterday. Pilot Ike Gofl and Lou Moon
take the Bailey.
Louisville Courier' Journal, Gili: The
Howards got the contract tor building
the new terry and excursion boat tor the
Jeff. Ferry Company. She is to be tin-
ished by the first ot march, and will
have the bheriey's machinery
The Robin, with 7,000 barrels of
salt extends her trip to New Orleans, and
as she disposes of her salt sho will take
on all New Orleans freight she can get
between Here ana Memphis. upt. t rank
Dougherty has gone down ahead of tho
Robin to make all contracts for any
treigut ne nugnt get lor tier.....
Fresh bananas and coennnuts are
coming. Tho schooner U tllla arrived at
New Orleans IiirC Thursday with 212,000
cocoauuts, 10,000 plantains and 5,000
bananas The Kanawha, Cumber
land, Tennessee and other Ohio tributa
ries are rising.
Tltcrcla Duuger Abend.
When those usually active little organs,
the kidneys are neglectful of their duties
and grow sluggish, latty degeneration,
Ilright's dUeasc. diabetes, aud other dan
gerous maliadlcs, aro the result of neglect
to remedy this inactivity by mediclual
means. When tho all Important func
tions of tho kidneys are imporfectly dis
charged, those organs need stimulating,
and tho best posslblo agent for that pur
pose since It performs Its ofllco without
exciting them is llos tetter's Stomach
Bitters, which, In combination with its
touic and cathartic properties, possesses
valuable qualities as a diuretic. Both
kllneys and bladder are strengthened by
lt,'and the vigor which It imparts to them,
and the gentle but eBectual Impulse
which it gives to their operations, Is the
best possible guaranty against their be
coming diseased. The bitters are Invalua
bio in other respects ss well as the above
since they remedy general debility, utcro
lue troubles, chills and fever, dyspepsia,
constipation, gout, rheumatism, and
Kd. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In the Reiser building, whero ho Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
Juto his patrons and tho publlo who
may favor hlra with a call. He has gono
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all tho latest Im
provements and conveniences, Ho em
ploys only ilrst class workmen ind those
who patronize him will havo their wants
attondod to in style and will receive
courteous treatment; i". i . r t '
Sold last year at 15. A big reduction In ' ' "
t he price ol overvoiite from lent year's art- .- w.a ; ..
PHEWIX DRUG SIG
LOrner lotn street oc uomTixraA
I Have Opened an
And Toilot .Artiolco.
To Which I Call the
HS1 w ill mako the accurate compounding of physicians prr '-""- ) fj.
Is Preferred to all Others : -v r l ;
Int. They are mail. ol the brat "WAMMTTTA" MUSLIN. ' t
ami. IIhsoiih are three ply and made of the beat linen, each ply btiaf gnaraAteed Isy k Saf
:!r'l, 'J her are made onlr bv Citiable and experteaced hands, aad ere euefBUy lupeatai SSS)
are unsiirii)8nl by any oilier In workmanship. ' ' '
Itli. The; are guaranteed 10 litandciva'alulaclionlaeTery parUeulaa. ' : , " " '
Try Them and be Convinced!
FOR SALE ONLY Br ' ' i.i a, ' :
DEALER IN ''
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Eio.
121 rOTl TlFUC IAI. AVESUE. y L'
millinery and Fanejr Good.
Mrs. C. McLean, F.ighth street be
tween Washlne-ton and Commercial
avenues, Is just In receipt of an elegant
and complete stock of Millinery and
Fancy Goods ol every kind. Among
other articles wc nuy mention that she
is selling fine black straw hats in all the
latest styles at from 40 to 50 cents; ele
gant patterns &t prices lower than was
ever offered to tho trade; flowers and
feathers from 10 cents to $1; silks and
velvets in all the new shades at prices to
suit, in the hosiery for ladles and child,
rcn line her stock is not equaled by any
other establishment In the city, and she
aeks the ladles to call and examine them
beforo going elsewhere. Mrs. HcLeaa
will sell her goods of all kinds as cheap,
If not cheaper, than the same kind ot
goods can bo bought elsewhere in this
market. She solicits an examination o
tier stock and prices, believing that she is
prepared to please all whom may favor
her with a call in both. Ladies desiring
to have hats pressed can have the same
done for Irom 23 to 33 cents. 3-7tf
A IKW 01' TUE P1UCKS AT
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
llth AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar $1 00
10 lb N. Orleans " 1 00
1 lb llio Codec 1 00
31 lb White Sugar 1 00
4 lb Soda 25
4 Boxes Matches 25
Starch, per pound 05
6 Bars Soap 25
Coal Oil. per gallon 25
And all other goods very cheap,
Also, just received, a choice lot ol Pure
Spices, Mastard, English Table Sauce
Call nnd see us. 24-Ct
AT TIIK NAME OLD HTA.1D.
not "Richard UlmaeilP' fcnt
Mr. S. Matson desires to aanounce to
the citizens el Cairo and the aurround
.ng country) that bo has returned Irom
California, and again easting his lot lo
Cairo, has opened a new stock ol BOOTS
AND SHOES at the same old stand, No.
1 10 Washington avenue, between Eight
and Ninth streets, where, while thanking
Ids old frlonds lor their past patronage,
he desires to shako hands with them, and
mpply them and many new customers
with anything they need In bis line. ' tils
ttock la coming right in every day, and
.1 the best the market afford., All are
nvitedtocall. j Jff-lm
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CHEMICALS, - BTAT J2C
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eouraa Indiroaulbl w ittj Jiaaf MM esa
barking oiUhmiI UAt.
Ooffee &x& ItZZXlZl
Spaoitvlty ia crS
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