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TnUKSDAV, Noveni!r 2:t. 177.
Buiieita T-orfw. i
lu accordance with our usual custom,
the employes ot Hie Hcli.kiim office villi
have tioliduy to-iluy, and aa a consequ
ence no paper will he .util Irom this
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at Washington Hull.
: , I'rlntH only D wntM per yard, at. !CI
JilSt rccrivfll ut till!
JlAKIiV WaI.KI K.
There was no busine.-s ol I in i itiince
In the police courts yesterday.
The ltoujjh and Heady
Fire Company' Hull at Washington
Hall this (veiling.
J'rliit only 3 nt per yard,' at 93
Shell oysters Jnt reived nt the
ryetel wlmm. HaKitv W.u.kkis.
Wo were a little nil In our htat in-iit
. the subject of Itev. Morrison a "He
ro u rue for SuniUy inorulnr, ))(xt and
will try to fet it RKtrluht tx-lore Sunday.
J'rlnbionly 5 cent per yard, at !W
)hiJrcc. Otlfi r goo Is In propor
tion, at 'X Ohio rcveo. riin of l.vd
Haj:. W 0,,, lvee.
Have used Ir. Hull's coul. yni
and pronounce it the bet n.eilieine in
nee. We cheerfully recommend it to all
Hlflrrers. J'fctU, Ruli1 & ('"., Sttlt
HuituH, Vii.,S,i-rn,h(i- ,", .-,',".
Jiaker's Cod I.iv-r Oil, Liino and
Wild f lu rry a pleasant medicine, and
ctrtaia rcuiniy lor Consumption, .Si-iofn-i,
JiebiUty, etc. Now Is Uim lime to use
iU Jol C. J'.aker i Co., driii-ls,
Jlf un inber (hi! Kouli and
B-Gor. A. 1'. n. Sallord, l.rotlicr ol the
late A. U. Sallord, arrived in this city
yesterday morning by the Illinois Cen
tral, direct from Arizona and is viel'ii.
Mrs. A. IS. Safford.
The Houh aud Keady gre company
hall, about which to much has been laid,
will take place at W ashington Hall this
evening. Arrangements for the aflalr are
allcompleted, and a glorious good tunc
is anticipated.' Go.
t-Mm. CaOncy, who t- ently opened a
boarding Ikmisc In the building at the
corner of Seventh atreet uiid W'aliington
avenue, aold out at miction yesterday.
.Mrs. Gaflney's boarding house venture
l.v?r,t wj-m to pan out well.
Inyeatcrday morning's 1i i.i.min wc
ffatedllwt the jury In thecal of the
ieple va. Rill Heolt fur keeping a gam
ing house, had awjuittcd Scott. Thii
was a mistake tin; jury tuii-d to agree,
an I was discharged.
Suffering will exhibit its presence by
the cries ol the baby, and hould be n
moved by the prompt use of tliit highly
recommended reihcdyPr. Hutl's Haby
Syrup. It Is tree from Morphia. IVUe
Ihikcr'a Cod Uver Oil. l.ime, and
W ild Cherry ipiickly relieves Throat and
l.ung diseases, and Imparts vigor and
new lile to dehiliated constitutions. Plea
sant In taste. .I.C. filKKR A Co.,
(Oct. 1:5, j.w) l'liiladelphia, I "a."
Stuart laGholson ofl'crtho celebrated
Quaker City unlaiinlricd .Shirt, New
York Mills Muslin, buttons And button
holes complete, for $1.00. They have no
hesitation in saying that these goods are
old elsewhere for f 1..V). See them,
-Klcoj-odge, I. O. O. F lately In
stituted at Toledo in this county, will
visit Cairo to-day, and will be entertain.
.ed by the members of Alexander lodge
.at their hall this evening. The members
d Alexander lodge are rco.uc.oted to he
By notice elsewhere in this issue of
the IJli.lktin it will be seen that In the
future all persons having claims against
Alexander county, will have to make
natli to the correctness of the same be
fore the county commissioners, will take
notice of them. This order la la accord
ance wlth.the statutes, section 3", chanter
Tho corner stone ol the new engine
Lome tor tho Delta City lire company
was laid with appropriate ceremonies
yostcrday ut eleven o'clock, There was
a large number of tho members of tho
company and citizens present on the oc
casion, all of whom witnessed the pro.
reeds with deep Interest.
' Clreult Clerk John A. Jtcevo gives
notice through tho Dcllktin that a
Bpbclal term ol the Circuit Court of Alex
amler county will be "commenced and
held at the Court house, lu tho city of
Cairo, on Monday, the 01st day ot De
cember, 1S77, add term to bo devoted
exclusively to the hearing of chancery
causes, and the transaction ol business
on the chancery docket." Seo notice
.elsewhere In this Issue ol tho Jtcj.r.K.riN
A special meeting of tho Rough and
Heady lire company was held last night
tor the purpose of considering the mutter
ol a parade todny. It was finally de
elded that owing to tho uncertainty ot
the weather and the bad condition of tlie
treats it would not bo advlsalilo to (urn
out. It was agreed, however, that all
members of the company should wear
tbelr new uniforms at the ball to be given
te-nlftbt, and all members are hereby re
quested to do so.
put intlvcil ut tliu
ll.u l.r Vai.i;i.u
We urge, upon the- county coinrais
sioncrs the necessity for taking InnnHji-
ste action with regard to the hrtcifte over
Cache river between Cairo bd, Mound
I I'll 'l li.i In. , lira ui if unu kMIHM IN
X,ijf m I7VIV U 1 in w -.-- -
badly in need ot recall i,and unlets some
thiiiK is done w ith at an early day repair
will not answer, and a new bridge will
have to be built. This Ua matter ol
jrreat IniporiaiiM to the biwine.' wen of
Cairo, and every day that the bridge U
permitted to remain in Its present condi
tion falro la looking traik".
A faw plain word to the Public, who
re interested when making their pur
jliuei for th Fall and Winter, espec
tally of Boots and Shoes, that they ob
tain their "money' worth.'' This they
are entitled to, no more nor less, and the
Inquiry with them la, ''where can we
trade most satisfactorily." Thia may be
aniwered at A. Blacks, the City (Shoe
Store. MO.Commerciul avenue for the
following renione :
let. They have the largest asiortment
and atock in Southern Illinois, which
la ample to meet the wanta of every one.
2d. They buy only from manufacturer,
and aa Jobbers-thereby obtaining the
very first oVures.
3d. That, although, they purchase lar
ger, and effect the largest husiness in
Southern Illinois, they man Hue to do so
at comparatively small expense-having
no outaide employ eea or runners to
assist them and are content with mod
They therefore offer to the publio and
patrons generally the opportunity these
advantages afford them of purchasing
their. boots and shoes during the full and
winter by the slniil pair at the earn
price thr enine goods nr aoiil nl
valiolrtiitle, rtrul at learnt I? r nl
I o I linn enu be sold ly any oilier
lioiim in Ilie i lly. Wj neeci't Ihni
are able lo do this, niul ne He arc hm.
Ions sell gonitis lor I In" united
brui'lli of ourselves nul pulilic He
oirer Ihrm 01 1 lie same txtruordliiiry
Ion rnli-. furthermore, He Hill lu
, I ten If miy comN ofirel at ntiy itlli
er liiMioe Ihlsrilyor irlully of lj
per cmiiI mi llian lin y sell lliem lv
All our ileimrliiienls ut eoniplrle,
anil coiiviMt or freoli, fenniiial,le ami
HI) hill giioili. Tin ieriiilllei In
Miirgootia kepi only liy untre ollered
at grrai bargaliin, Inrlniliuu m dirge
liue, ol gi'Blleiueu'H turtle' anil lioj"
silk -iiibroldrrd nllp ri lor I lie
A. Iif. KM i II V NIIOK hiohi:,
.(. 140 I omineri'lnl nii ime.
Kullill AM It'KAUV I'lIiE ('.
GRAUD BALL !
The Ilnngh and Ready Fire company,
No. 3, will give a grand Hall and Supper
O.v TiiANk-i;i io Kycvino, Tm iiiDiV,
Xov. 2'J, Ls".
It is the intention o( the company lo
make this one of t lie grandest and most
enjoyable allairs ot its land ever given In
Cairo, sind to accomplish this end neither
pain nor f-xpense will be spared.
will be furiil-hcd by I'roL Kin-iiberg's
celebrated ttring band.
l'ri..(! ot admission ?!
J. Oko. Mi:isTiofK, .loit- KoKiiu.r:,
Cms Crs-i:cciIA, W.T. I'-n nnsv,
Ill SltV llA"l .N.lJtKliKK,
I oni. ol Arrangement''.
I'll.' 1 1 adc or families can U:
wifii f'eli ry at C4 liio l."voi
Roiib nnd Keilft.v. Attention.
The Members ot the l!ouli anil Heady
lire company nre hearby notilied that no
parade will take place to.day; but that
tin! uiernbi.rs arc requested to wear llieir
new imiloriiis at the Lail to be given at
Washington Hall to-night. By order of
the company. .1. (i. Si p.iNHor.si:,
Secretary pro tern.
.ollelu all IMirlies t oneei nel .
Notice Is hereby given to all parties
liaving claiiiiMol whatever nature ae;ain-t
Alexander county, that they will be re
quired to make oath to tho correctness ol
the same he fore the same will be allowed,
as provided by Section :!", of Chapter :!l,
ol the Iteviscd Statutes ol Illinois.
Sam'i.. J. 1 1 cm '.i, County Clerk.
Nor. 177. ll-Us-lm dAw.
Still presides at the corner ot .Seven.
teeth street and Washington avenue,
and has as usual a line variety ol dress
ing eases ami parlor suits and calls spe
cial attention to his Undo ot camp and
Come, look, buy, pay and then fall to
the rear to make room lor the next cus.
Mr, (ieorge Wise, tonsouiat artUt.late
with Conrad Alba, the Sixth street bar
her, has opened a Fhop ot his own on
Ohio Levee, two doors above the Planter's
House, Mr. Wise is a first-class barber
and a clever gentleman, and lu his Inters
courso with his patrons Is always atten
tive and courteous. His shop is lilted up
in line style, and he asks his old friends
and acquaintances to give turn a call.
Tho Woman's Christian Temperance
Union wish to return thanks to tlie fol.
wing gentlemen :
Copt. Williams, tor printing; .Mr. Kcla.
cr, for kindness in furnishing stoves for
meetings and supper; to Messrs. llinkle
and Thlstlewood, for use of warehouse
and other favors; to tho organist, Mr.
Bristol, for playing for meetings, and to
Mr. MeKee, fcr singing; also, to Mr.
Dan Hartnian, Sol. Silver, Ed. Dezotiin
and Mr. Lelghton, for valuable services
rendered the night ol the mippcr; aloi
The thanks of the old Temperance Un
ion wero voted to Dr. Wardncr for use ol
his pleasant ronm?, an 1 for gas and fuel
Moi.ur K. Wrbb, See. W. C. T. i;.
Mna. Knrr.NHOi'SK, President.
Mrs. Pauline n. I'lllsbnry, Klcrlrle.
Inn. ' ,
' With medicated baths, would Invite the
atte utlon of the sick, and those suffering
Willi eliiuiilc ili.Ait.;, lieivuuj debility
uhauaiou ut Vil.il power, iietual.'U,
paraly.id, Iciiiuic complaints, catarrh aud
all impurities nf the Mood. Iler system
e-f treatment lsj)'eaanf and soothing,
no shocks are given; Hie has been very
stiecesilul lor a number of years, and
she does hot hesitate to w arrant a cure,
where there i iftny eon tiuitlon to build
upon. ' .. . i
Having engaged the bath-rooms of Dr.
Arter on Tenth street, between Washing
tori avenne and Walnut street, where
site will at all tigicg take great pleasure
in attendance on patients. Nov. 7-1 m
OrulHg of Die Kelorm Clnli Rooms.
It should not be lornntten that the Ke
form Club Itooms, in the Thornton Build
lug on Tenth street, will be opened to
tlie pubho to-morrow, Friday, evening.
Appropriate cxerciw, and a social re
union will l o tlie order of the evening.
F.very member ol the club, and ol the
Woman's Christian Temperance I'nion
are expected to be present. All those who
are in sympathy villi the movement'
men and women, as well as those who
may wish to join the club, arc cordially
The Following Dispatch Ex
Kriskinkleland.Nov. 28, 1877
To DANIEL IIA.IITMAN,
Cur. LIU bl . ami OiiuiiH'tuMi A rc
on arc hereby orden l to reserve
iiifiicient room in your crockery store
to display b:ii car loads of dolls, tool
chests, mechanical toys, skates, and oth
er holiday goods, Including a pocket
knife lor every man, woman nnd child in
youreliy. I will be with you In a few
days, and shall establish my headquarters
at your qiieenswure ltore as u-tul, and
will display the largest assortim nt ot
holiday goods ever before opened in your
city. S.WTA Ci.ai s.
- An 1'itly i at.
K l. Hill, a mulatto, got into a quarrel
yesterday shortly otter one o'clo! k with
a woman at tlie corner of Sixth street
and Washington avenue. Hicrifl Saup
was notified and attempted to arrest Hill,
wlio to avoid falling Into the dutches of
the j-heriff started to run. The sherifl
gave chase and siicci f iled In overtaking"
Hill on Ninth street bet ween Wa-hington
and Commercial avenues. Hill had a
lare knife in his hand, and when tho
sheritl took hold of him a scuttle ensued.
In the scuttle Hill received a
horrible cut in the left side of the neck,
extending from below the ear to the
chin. , The cut was tour luetic? in length,
though not very deep. Hill was taken
to Dr. Smith's oll'.cc where his wound
was dressed by the doctor, after which
he was removed to the hospital. Neither
Hill nor the sherifl can explain how the
cutting wa done; but as tin; knife was
in Hill's bund all through the srufllo, it
presumable that he did It hlmsell. The
,.ut, though a serious onejs not con
sidered at all dangerous,
Tlor vs. That', mid St. I., It. I
We find the following special dispatch
iu lh: St. Louis llrpnHsan ol jesterday:
1'nmitii.i.ii, 111., Nov. !n h:
case of Taylor v. The Cairo and Si.
l.uuU il.iihvay Company pending In tho
I. inted Mates court, lion. :. .J u! I, at
torney lor tlie railroad, to.ilay applied
lor a modification of the proceedings, ft
appears that tlie original line by which the
company entered I lie city ol Cairo lias
la-en washed away by the river, and that
tlie company sought to enter by another
line which has also ucen washed away,
fending proceedings a to the condeui.
nation ol tills last line the company had
deposited live thousand dollars in the
United States court here to secure the
payment id damages. To-day tiiis de
posit was withdrawn by older of the
court, aud the company will now insti
lute proceedings in tlc state court lor the
condemnation of another route, which
will, it ia expected, be sale Irom the en
croachment ot the river.
The new route iouht to lie obtained
by the company is doubtless on the line
ol the embankment thrown up by them
a year or more ago, and upon which they
were compelled to stop work by reason
of an injunction granted by Judge Treat
to the trustees of the Cairo city jroperty,
on whose land the company were frcs
passing. Mop ! Poor Mortal, Mop !
From rushing carelessly to destruction.
II you see a child playing wrth a lire
brand, you take it. away to prevent con
llagration, and yet you are recklessly in
dillerent lo the progress which a cold, a
h ver, a headache, a chill, constipation,
Ac., makes, until the 'lumbering lire of
chronic sicknessi lays you low. Take
time by the forelock, remove those fore
runners ol sickness, enjoy good health,
and you will thank us lor calling atten
tion to and advising your use'ol' I he cele
brated Home Stomach Hitters. 1 1-1-1 ni
JM. Hraxton has returned to his old
stand iu the Reiser building, where he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons and tlie public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to eotisidcrablo expense in lilting up n
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
tie lias provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize htm will have their wants
attended 'to m style and will receive
courteous treatment. t
A KEW OP TUB I'KK'KS AT
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
llthANn WASHINGTON AVI'.,
10 lb-Amber C. Sugar $1 00
10 lb N. Orleans " 1 00
1 lb Klo Codec 1 00
lb Whlto Sugar 1 00
1 Hi floda 2,"5
4 Boxes Matches 25
Starch, per pound 05
6 liars Soap 25
CwlOll. pergnllon j 2.1
And nil other good3 very cheap.
Also, Just recelvdd, a choice lot ol I'mo
Spices, Maxtard, English Table .saneo
.Cult and ate us. : 34-Ct
il'it fliuri'hci 'In It j--win ft- Ksr
tlces Will be HH.I.
fiKRux i.cTm rux cin itcrf.
1'here will be Thanksgiving services at
tlie German Lutheran church today,
Itev. C, Duracliner olfloistmg. Servlc-!
will commence at 10 o'clock a. in. All
are Invited to attend.
. " EPiscorii. CEURi u. '
The Episcopal church will bo appro,
pi lately decorded with the fruits ot the
earth. The services will be such aa are
suitable to a Harvest Festival, and the
sermon of Hector DIll'ion-Leo will en.
deavor to show our causes tor thanl.sgiv
Ingon lh.i National Holiday. Services at
10:110 a. m.
I'NION SUKVlCtS .l. .. (Jll'la ll.
There will be Union services of Ui
I'resbytrrlan and Methodist congreg.ei
Hons, In the church ol the latter, tke
Kcv. Mr. Morri'on preaching the
Tbanksi'iving sermon. A cordial invita
tion il extended to all to be present.
The decorations at the Episcopal
church as jirepsred for tcday's servi
ces are really beautiful. The ultar Is
decorated W illi the "'fruits ot the earth''
shea! wheat, oats, ete.i and apples, corn,
potatoes pumpkins, squashes, and all
the cereals and fruits obtainable at this
season of the year, have been brought
together and arranged In the most beau.
tiful and attMic manner. Tho-e who at
tend the Episcopal church to!ay will lie
struck by this feature ol the wrviccs as
most appropriate to the occasion.
Tlie Itliiht Spirit.
From a published letter written by Dr.
Henry A. IleynoMsfrom Adrian, Mich.,
to a friend in Mas-achmctts, we nn!:c the
following extracts They breathe tho
right spirir, and the men in Cairo, who
parted Willi Dr. Reynolds believing him
their devoted Irlend, will here see that he
has expressed the same sent inientslx lore
that he expressed to them. He says:
'i 'Since I arrived rn'Michlgau my mind
lias often turned to the dear old Common
wealth nf Massachusetts where I was so
affectionately and grandly treated
throughout aluuist i's e.itirc Icngiii nnd
breadth for the period of thirteen months.
A son could not have been any more kink,
ly can d lor by an affectionate motlier than
I was by the- people ol MassaehiHetts.
While I lovi! the whole state, 1 can
only particularize in one direction, which
is my love tor those broilier-men, who
have been making the attempt to dare M
do right. I love all of those with more
than a brother's love, and those who have
been honestly trying and failiiisr. and try
ing and failing, 1 love the most, and the
most closely sympathiz; with, as they are
the ones who need it. 'Afrieul in
need is a Irlend indeed.' How 1 do with
that 1 could take all ol those who have
stumbled by the hand anil encourage
them with my w hole heart to try again.
Yes, '70 times 7,' il need be."
In the same letter, In speaking of the
success of the great relorm in Michigan,
lie s.;y--; '"The sucess of
the movement attri
buted to the fact that ills Cod's woik,
and that is carried on upon a strictly wn -
puiitic.il, uiiM'c'aiiaii, non-legal basis, 1
.still believe it to be the privilege ol every
man to worship God according to the
dictates of his own conscience, ar.d to
vote as he please, and th it Ihese clubs
should as organizations have nothing
whatever to do with politics,
law or sectarian h.ucs- but not
in any wise to forget that there is aliod,
and that the Boblett cd'ort a man can put
lortii is in setting nearer to him. A s wc
go down iu the estimation of many in
the way of lilting up our uulortuu.de
brothers we go up lu the estimation ol
Cod, and I thank hiiu lor giving me n
heart that due not recognize brother
by hi sect, color, creed, nationality or
wonditio'i, but enables me to look upon
all as brothers, and to lore those who
most need love the mont, re
gardless of whether llu'V arc
Democrats, Republicans, ' I'm.
iuoiuoiii'mS, i attioiics, I lotestaiils, or, m
fact, anything but poor uiiforiitial.es and
victims of circumstance beyond, ye,
entirely beyond llieir own control In" a
vast number of instances', but our broth.
ers nevertheless. This is the platform
upon which 1 stood iu dear old Maine
and Massachusetts, and am standing up
on It here unswervingly.
I wish that every man who signed the
pledge would Urst get his heart ;'0 lull of
the love ol Cod, then ol his fellow un
fortunate brothers, that tie never could
or would allow one day' to pa s without
taking certainly one who Is less fortunate
than himself by the hand and striving to
get him to start upward, relying upon
the help of Oodto bless hU efforts. If
this could only be how soon we reformed
men would rescue all ot our perishing
brothers and make them what so many
of us arj truly the luippiewt men in the
world. Personal eflort In the strength
nf tiod Is that which Is to save the
Instead ol aiding her iu her cllorts to rc
cupcrate, Is. obviously not the way to get
well when ono Is sick, let this is me
cisely tho course pursued of course un
wittinglyby persons who nre continual
ly doslnir themselves wlt'i powerful min
eral drugs for sume malady with which
they are ulllietcd. Mich baneful mediea
ments rather tend to retard recovery than
to hasten it. How much more sensible
are they who employ tho genily acting
but thoroughly elllcient restorative, Ho
stettcr's Stomach lillteva. which, unlit. e
tho drugs referred to, Is eminently whole
some and sale; and, Instead of Injurylng,
improves the tone ot the stomach and re
creates health and vigor In the broken
down system. Indigestion, liver com-.
plaint, oonstination, kidney nnd bladder
aliments, ami rhcumatbm, yield to Its
corrective Iniluenoe, and It Is tho remedy
and preventive par cxccllerieo for Inter
mittent and remittent levers and other
disorders bred by miasms tainted air aud
water. It li, moreover, a superb appet
izer, i . ll-1920diw.
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Cincinnati :il 1 i ;
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JAM US M. WATSON,
Scrgraai S.nal S-rvice, U. A.
The Jim l'lsk lpr Paducah, Commons
v.. 'it ih for Xew Orleans, Sto (ienevleve
for .M"iuphis, K. II. Durfec for Pittsburg
and C. K, Peck lor New Orleans, are due
H.e John .Means aud barges will run
between St. Louis and New Orleans for
one year In the intcrct exclusively of
Cordon and (Hitnllln. She passed to St.
Louis night before last.
The City ol Chester, Vint Shnukle, and
Centennial were well laden for New Or.
The llobert Miti hell added l'0 tons
here night before last.
The Centennial expected to till out
Tlie U. P. Schenck has a fair up trip to
Cincinnati. Tho I.lttlo Andy Pulton
Willi empty barges and the Ironsides With
several barges of Iron ore and sundries
passed to the Ohio yesterday , Tlie City
ot Helena has rather a light tripthjs time
for Vlcksburg. but will no doubt pick up
a good dctil below. ..
'l ie Pint Kals and barges made addi
tions here, ii i id cleared for the south dur
ing the nihi.
Tie-Mary Millar has a good load lor
Cincinnati li..,,m-t, H7ih:
Captain John Node, Local Inspector of
the port of Pittsburg, made Information
before tlie United States Commissioner,
S. C. McCandless, Saturday, charging
Juuies llrookmire with serving asn mas
teron tlie towboat Dexter w ithout a lic
ense; also, against John W. fititterlield
for acting ns pilot on the raid towboat
1 icxter without a license; also, against S.
S. lirown, tho owner ot the Dexter
Hor employing John W. liu tier-
Held, an unlicensed pilot. T.ie delend.
ants w ere arrested and released on giving
bull for a trial at the May Term ol Court.
It will be remembered that tlie Dexter,
in charge of Brookmire and liutterlield,
struck an abutment above Pine Kun on
tlie morning of the 0th of November.
overturning the mud drums and scalding
to ucain too niato wnuam tapper
Pittsutrij, Xov. 2C Two of Cray's
Iron Line barges broke loose from their
moorings at the Belmont Millsat Wheel
insr this morning. One ot them, the
Orant, ran against one ot the piers ot tho
BdlaU'c bridgo and sunk, while the other
the Ironsides No. 2, w.s picked up by
tlie Nail City and landed. Tlie sunken
barge contained 237 tons of glassware,
slipped here, anU 4,000 kegs of nails,
taken on at Wheeling. The former was
insured. It is not known here whether
the Lalls were Insured or not. The barge
was valued at $4,500, anil was not ln
Memphis, November 20 Tlie Illinois
hit sometliitig and sunk near Oldtown,
below Helena, last uight. Only a few
timbers were broken, and she will bo
raised in time to reach here early to-mor
row morning. Her cotton and other
freight Is unhurt. She will have to go to
Mound City or Paducah tobodockedr
The wmwl Hubert anil tow. witSj 'M,.
iioo i.tOo r .-,..,i.. i...x- fi ..."
Jrj ijum. Ill limniui'?, lur .M'll iirit'Ulls,
wcucsomn to-ciay. a dozen itathnnfs
also went south to-day, and nearly 30,000
bbls. ol potatoes have gone by for mar
kets south during the last two days. Tho
Chouteau went-south to-night, alter add
ing CiO bales ot cotton. The K. S. Trip
letf, from Owensboro, Kentucky, came In
last night and goes to Upper St. Francis.
Latkr. The Illinois is Insured for
about $10,000. in Cincinnati nnd other
Upper Ohio ofilces. She has been raised,
and came by Helena, in company Willi
the Phil. Allln, late this afternoon. The
'on. Millar is expected by daylight, and
returns promptly to-morrow evening.
The Hard Cash, from White river, will
arrive Wednesday noon. A heavy rise
with Immense drift is sweeping down
Ued river, and Another lam Is llirenteiied
at the old rait site. Tho Ilryarlv is iu
the upper river, and may be e.nnghr
Win, I Ii lihufl. Dealer In mi l '; .inl
ine no ec t,r I in ii Hiiro.
(Ml'. rs special Inducements in Dressing
Cases and Parlor Snils. Also in all van
ities of rurnilure, such as folding. Camp,
Cane, V'ood Seat, Knckcr and chairs;
P.eddead.s, Unreaii", Looking Classes,
Mattresses, and nil other articles ol'furui
ture imiiiagiiiabli'. Tlie bloody chasm of
bottom prices has been reached, and Mr.
Eielihc.il' now stands ready to meet the
reasonable requirements ol the closest
buyers, either of large or small quanti
ties, and sal ifaction guaranteed. IV
litem's and courteous treatment assured
alt wi -hinn: lo exainiiie goods. I invite
ail persons to come and look at my stock
and obtain my prlce. Factory and sales,
room corner of Seventeenth street and
'athin''toii avenue. 17-1 in
,i failure liu (inn.
'I nere is no cno on record where ir.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry nnd
Ilorehound has failed to give satisfaction.
On the other hand, whenever It has been
used by our people, hi sevcro colds,
coughs, asthma, bronchitis, croup,
whooping-cough and consumption, they
are cuthuEUtMle in Its praise. Containing
no opium or other dangerous drug, it
does not constipate, aud is safe to admin
ister in all conditions of health. This Is
an Important announcement, and tho suf
fering arc advised to hoed it. Trial size,
id cents; largo sizes, CO cents nnd (hie
Dollar. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which is euro death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Price 23 cents. Try It.
How II Is noue.
Tho first object In lll'o with the Am
erican people Is to "get rich;" the second,
how to regain good health. The first
can bo obtained by energy, honesty nnu
saving; tho second, (good health), by us
ing Green's August Flower. Should you
be a despondent su flercr from any ot the
efl'uctsof Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Indigestion, Ac., 'such as Sick Headache'
Palpitation of the Heart, Sour Stomach,
Habitual Costiveuess, Dizziness of the
Head, Nervous Prostration, Low Spirits,
lo., you need not sutler another day.
All iVf llflV IWeil I l.A U'lil-.t OSiliAil.Oi' ' n
Ing ot the same, we here give the sanie, as
o.mirMMv" flepnrrllniv In Ilia vlnma aI a
, , , . , , , " V " , "
ing iK'eu Invented during our late war to
' 'I'niuui cuuwiuuu, uuvioiuniK Biiiiiicuiy very ncu tnrougn immense eovernmeaft
coutraets ; but when the word is used In reference to goods, Webster tells ns It Is:
. - m woouin cipius ai u rcnise goons torn into flbrci la s mill, sod repiin Into yarn
with tlie addition of a Utile fre- wool. Simmouds.'' ' "
Hut, then, Webster was not a clothier, and did not live In tho age when there
were -ways that were dark and tricks that were vain," and consequently could
not give a correct dellnitlon. , "
"Shoddy" in the German is T,-ue,mnei:'olu, which means, "the remains,
scraps of wool made Into fresh cloth." To get the correct dellnitlon we must go
back to that most ancient and expressive language man has ever produced, the
'Hebrew. I1",!0,tlm"19 w'cn JewWi religion was In Its zenith, we see that
tho Priests and High-Priest were forbidden to wear In the sanctuary anytnln that
resembled "Shoddy," (or what Is called In tho Hebrew 'SchaJnest") garments com
posed ol "linen and cotton, cotton and wool, or anything of two different product s
for it was considered unholy to wear "Shoddy Goods" during devotion. '
So you will perceive that the word Is not new but waa used before the Chris
tian era. Ol course the goods were used to such an extent that It required a law to
keep it from being tued lu the Temple.
This class ol goods is marmlactured and sold In large quantities to-day right In
our mid.st ; we raise our voice in condemnation thereof, and tell tho publio What It
Is. Beware Buy no Shoddy goods, tor they are not cheap at any price." Bhun a
house which keep, or Is even suspected of keeping the same. We were the flret In
this city to raise our voice against it, for wo discovered that It was difficult to sell
"puce and holy garments while "Shoddy" goods were In the market.- -
FARNBAKER, the Clothier,
PHOIIX DRUG STORE
Corner 18th Street it ComVl AveA n?
I novo Opened an Entire New Stock of : I ; ,
DRUG8, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, " STATIONEBT
And Toilot Artioloo, . :
To Which I Call tho Attention of tho Publio. . ';;
ftayl will nmkotheaccuratoconipc.indlngof physijians prescriptions a spe.
ciiy- G. E. O'HAHA.
REASONS WHY THE ; . 1
Is Preferred to all Others :
1s. Thfy are madeM th bent" WAM5UTTA" MUSUX. "
"iv. li.iDDiiia nre Hire ply and uiaduul' iU best linuu, each ply bviax Kuarastesd to b all
linen. . . . ....
"nl, 1 hpy are mmlronlv br capable nJ experience I liaaJa, and arc otrufnUv iatpmUi snd
niviinmirpanaeil hy any ntiifr tn workniaualiip.
4Ui. Thry aregnmsntordio nt ami ilvaatlabu-UuB.laveiy pactloulsr. '
Try Tliem and be Convinced !
FOR SALE ONLY BY" " ;
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
131 i OJIJIEKCIAI, WESVE.
Two doses ol August Flower will relieve
you at once. Sample bottles IU cents.
Kegular ie 7j ccnti. Positively sol 1
by all lii st-chm drugg:nU lu the I'nlted
itiil weakness or depression: a weak
cxliau ted feeling, no energy or courage;
tho result ot nuai'id over-work, indis
cretions or excesses, or some drain on the
system, is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specific So. 23. It tones
up and Invigorates tlie system, imparts
strength and energy stops the drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Been used
twenty years with perfect success by
thousands. Sold by dealer?. I'rlcofl
per single vial, or $3 per package of five
vials and $2 Vial of powder, tfent by
mail on receipt, ol price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic. .Medicine
Company, Kill Fulton street N. V.
If you want to bo Strong, Ilealthy
anil V itfoi'dhfl, takt K. F. Hunkers Bitter Wine
o: Iron. Ni Iuukuukc call cuuvcy an uJcuuule
liti'ti ol Urn Inline lime and ulinuat iiiiiaOHia
e'liinge produced by tukiiiK h. F. Kunki l'a Hit
ter Wine of Iron in tlidi"in8cl,cleliilitHtc(l and
shattered nervoun Myatem. Whe'.her broken
il.iwn bvexceHa. weak bv nature, or lmuulrcil br
eicknesa, the relaxed and niMimiiK orKaniiiilinn
iarratorcd to perfect health ami vitfor, Mold
only lu lu el bottle. &M ' v all UiuKiata and
dealers every when-.
Nervous Debility I Nervous Debility
Debility, a depreaaed, irritable etnteol' mind,
a weak, nervous, exhausted feeling, no energy
or anmiuurm, couOneil bead, wuak memory,
Die conaeiiienees ot cxi-cuhcb, meniul oyerwork.
'I bis nervous debility ltnls a soTereiKa cure tu
K. K. Kuukel's Hitter Wine of Iron, ft tones
the system, dispels tliauieutul gloom and tie
epondeney, ana reluviiutea the enure system,
folil only in HI bottles. I'.et the genuine. Teue
only K . r, Kuukel's. it has a yellow wrapper
around it, his ihotocrapii on outside. Sold by
yourdruitgiat li. e, Kunkel. proprii'lbr, No.
IM North Nindi StueeLVhiludelphla, l'a. brnd
for circtiliir, or ail vice free, Try niv ureat remedy,
tiit it ot youniriurgiet, six botikwi fur tVV. It
cannot 1'iiil. It U Kimrntcat to do as is recein
liu'tded. . . I
Worms! Worms I Wotms!
E. I', knnkel's Worm Syrup never fails to
remove all kinds of worms. Seat, Pin and
SiioniKoh Worms are rendlly removed by Kun
kcl'a Wormyrup. Dr. kunkel is the only suc
cessful I'hvaiciuu in the country ior the remov
al of Tape worms. He removes them In 2 lo 3
uoiih, will) ht'sdnml all complete, alive, sad no
lee uutilheud la passed. Common sense tea. hes
if Tain Worm can be removed, all other
worm ran be readily ilentroyed. Ask your
dniKKi't for a bottle ol Kuukel's Worm Myrup.
Price SI per bottle. It never fails. If he has it
mil, hevehimnet It, or send to Proprietor. K.
. Kunkel, tt North Ninth Street. Philadel
pliia, ra. (Advice at office Uee, or by null.) -
- : ' NOTICE. , s
II la nnlored that a special term of the Alex
ander Circuit Court be eomuieuced and held at
the court house in the city ot Cairo on Monday,
the Slat day of December. A, U. 177. Said term
to be devoted exclusively lo tbe hearing ef Ufiau
oery cauaea ami the transaction of business vu
the Chancery docket. Jon A. Kitva. ,
. i . . VurvuHVIerlc.
t i iso,' Ills , Nov, U, W7, . j
. ; , ' l." .. i
OF THE WORD
, !.''' I,.
,u,,f ......... K.I
tar as our limited education wlU allow.
rM. t . - ..,i , ' '
"i, umnjr mru riiumy new wora DaT
designate a class of -men who wer poor
.i .",, f
-Jl JH. MJLMt
Thoy BeliCTO Pain. ,
They subduo swellings.
,They cure burns without a 'icir.
The The Whits Centaur Llnlmsntis sew
the aiandard remedy lor Itbouiualiim, MeuralgU,
Sciatica, Lumbago, Frmt Bitea, Caked Breasts,
Itch, Cutaneous Krnptions, etc. These Liatmenb
have stood the teu of time. They have aerforru
ed raore wonderful caret of obstinate beeVrldeten
cripples anil have alleviated more pains in a shorter
pane of time than hare all other XJnimeau,
hiiibmcotionr), ttrncu, Ointments, tnd Salves
lneicnre. Their ssls is increasing regularly
and rapidly. Their best eaaorsern r. shyiicians.
aurgeons and vetennartea. Tbra is Uierally ne
case ol flesh, bone or muscle ailment upon man or
braat which the Centaur Liniments wiUaot allevi
ate and generally cure, ilut it must be undentood
that there are two kinds of Liniment: the While
ii ior family use and law Yellow for horses and
animals. For hones and males liable ti tipavm
King-bone, 8weeney, Jails, Htrains, Strlag-halt.
Poll-evil, etc., the Yellow CsnUur Lini
ment worth in weight in soldi. We have
thoiiHAnds ol certirlcatea relating how thoosaada ef
valiialile hones have beea speedily restored by a
dodar bottle of this all-healing remedy. The same
is censtantly told of the electa on the human
-...mo, cra9 uoDunng- on crutcnes Mr years
from StilT JolnK. Tumors and Old Son, have h
the uie of the Whits Cant a.ur Idmiauat, beea
restored to the use of all their limb. Xhe) eSecta
are next to marvels, We will give) the Lialmeet
to any person who ever heard of a railure. Seen
a case liat never been reported lo us. These Lini
ments ara sow sold tu-onglteul ta iassbiukls
Slobe. , , .
J. II. HOSE ACQ,. sSDeyttreet. New York.
To the Uste but death ts Oripea and Stomaak eon
plnints. Pitcher's Caatoriet s a eoesplete sub
stitut for Castor Oil aad ia aa aJeasaat to take as
Houey. It is particularly adapted toleecaksf aad
Irritable children. 11 deslrsye worms, asiaila(es
the food, regulates the Stomach, and lures Wind
Colic. No remedy lias eflicseieus, we Fsveriah.
ness, Croup, Worms and Whooping Cough. Oeia
toria le-a purely vegcrable preparatioa, mors ef
fci tive than Castor Oil, tad neither fags aer
Columbia. Coaa., lb) S, 187.
Messrs. -T. H. Itsssftt;., N. Y.i
1 have a family ef etfhl children, aad hams used
yourCaateria. lhave awver louad aaythiag equal
loll. My chilkren have beea saved front severs
k kneu tiythe use of Castorla.i I recommend il
in preference to any other Bteritclas I kaow. I
leal it a pleasure to give this canities es accouni
of the benefits I haue derived sy MSr ass trf your
admirable preparation. if, ,
Very Truly Yours,
. : i NOBMAN P. LITTLE.
SAMUEL P. WHEZLXt,
. frt t rt
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RUn - CURB GlTARANTKin
0"-"l I lMerihyauraies,sidssad
MO Mt, Veraen Sliest, Philsdelshle,
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