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KEWS OF THE CITY.
Kk.ikkui. tlio great miction at .SclniH'
ol.l aland will certainly cloo to-morrow.
u Tiiw OaukU " "'nl,,!
?hUNrti" 'f ' lraln, product tlio
ilcnUiofiMr. Craig.
KOK TUB I1AIIIK.4.
ir... und Tine l.in. R ,"1 ',l'ctl"
UM.iKl.tun.lt.vn.orn."- cliulU s old
.(mid.
Cou'CnKK-TMSotlemn will oivm
ii.o iirw ,ilIe ftb0,,t V10 ,,r ST
tcinlwr. Will ymi go to tlio oncnlnR, Mr.
Munn ? .
fl,vTHinms fir tlio imbuing imJ tin
wrtkoC Kccd & Mann's hutMIng nre re-qiit-lcd
to call at the lNcc 'f Hemic,
Hrchltwt.
Accident. All accident occurred to
tho engine of the Hough fc lU ady's at tlio
Uro tlili morning, wlilcli rendvred it unfit
for t ervlcc.
IllsiNKbs. The business or tlio week,
nji to Jatc, whllo rntber quiet, is lm
mouwirall.v letter than during tho same
period l.tntycsr. A good ilgn.
Anoiiikb Pic-Kic. "Wc understand
that tho Kentucy folks, living in tho neigh
borhood of Cairo, contomplnto giving a
grand plc-nlc at Fort Jefferson, within a
few weeks.
The Hoard or Ai.UEnMKK. Tills body,
wo understand, meets to-morrow even
ing, to transact some business which could
not conveniently bo attended to after
Monday.
.corr White Uuildi.vo. Tho end of
this week will see tho completion of tho
main brick work on Scott "White's build
ing. It will bo a handsome structure, and
A credit to tho city.
Dit. Avstis, who is absent on on eastern
tour will return Sop. 1st. His assistant,
"Will II. Pitcher will continuo the business
during his absence. ' aug4dlw.
Co.N.vt'mAi Felicity. Nothing tends
mote to connubial happiness tho cheerful
and healthy Infants and children. Mrs.
Whllcomb's Syrup is tho great children's
soothing remedy.
T JUkeii. Capt. Trover is building
up a first-rate trado between this point
Mid Capo Girardeau; and why shouldn't
he, if tho trado Is there at all? II o is a
wbole-soulcJ, generous gentleman, and
deservedly popular with all classes.
Novel Transportation A. railroad
bridge, complcto In all Its parts, weighing
otio hundred and eleven tons, and built in
Chicago for tho Little- Hock and Fort
Smith rullroad, was rcsblppod hero thla
raoming from tho Illinois Contral waro'
bouse, for Littlo Hock.
PEiaoXAL. ilr. Itogcrs, of tlio St
Louts Timer, is In the city, on n visit to
his relatives and friends.
Mr. Donovan, agent of tho Kmtrald,
Now York Irish weekly, is alio in tho
city, on ImslntM connected with tho paper
lio represents.
The P.O. The Graham's and Hay and
Wiley and Spalding aro out nnd tho
Munns' and Sloos' aro in. Tho present
forco consists of Messrs. Thomas Slon, K.
C. Harbour, lately of Hlchvlow, Ills., tho
two Munns, Everett and Churllo, Mr.
Cue, nnd the au"blo head of the concern,
postmaster McKcalg.
Qciet. Tho dog days it kociiis, havo
deprived all our people of their accustom
ed onorgy. There Is not enough ambition
left among us to produco an ordinary cam
of drunk, und Squire Shaunessy does not
licilUto to express his extreme disgust at
a condition of things which is so futul to
tho excrchu of his Judicial functions.
The Hail on the" Wuarkiioat. This
affair, considering that August is scarcely
tho pleasantot month of tho year, to trip
tho too, was well attended last evening. It
lasted until the "we turn hours of day,"
and thiJpartlclpitnU only regret was that
the "yu mm' ltour' cumo so soon. All
present enjoyed themselves heartily, and
speak In tho hlKhct terms of the iiiHiiiiue-
tnont.
Tiik. cstan. miiuom'OI'E.
This Microscope is simplified and adapt
td to popular at well us scientillc mo. A
new optical -wonder! This is tbo utilv In
strumcnt of high power which ratlin's no
focal adjustment, and therefore tan Ui
readily used by every one, even by elill-
men. unsung only Two Dollars un.l
hcventv-flvo Cents, by mall, pot paid, It
Is within tho reach or all in the commun
ity, una should bo on the table of evttry
Practloncer. Read advertisement In this
P,)0r' . m37d3m.
sofNOKit by twenty years is tho
appcarunco of tho man of fifty, or tho
lady of novor mind how many summon
after he or tho lias charmed awav the
Kray hairs with Phalon's Vitalia.
Pleasant, clear, und transparent. No
sediment.
lcklersby Ml drUesI,tl ttnd fl4ncy kxaU
augld&wlw
. tioiNbiuvai.
Make it your business, if J0U need cloth
Ing, to go to a reliable store, whore you
tan find all you need, and made In the stylo
you fancy, at such prices as to suit your
purse and tho timet. Antrim's Is Just such
n house. Thero you will always find a
complete and select assortment or cloth
intf, cither for men, youths', boys' orchlld-
rw, m prices us low at tho lowest. Com
paro bis goods and prices, n it will be to
your iutorwt. tr
O.v the Waii Path. Marshal Ham
brick started out on tho "war-path" this
morning, and tlm defunct Lions, Blanches,
nnd Trays, testify tit the earnestness with
which ho executed his bloody work. Wo
heard n young lady, whoso heart is over
flowing with tenderness and affection, ask
If thoro wore not means of ridding tho
community of lliec pests, without slnugh
tering them In eold blood upon the public
highways. There uro several plans ; but
the succoss of the plnn adopted in St.
Louis nnd New York, seems to commend it
abovo all others. The authorities oiler a
rawnrd to the urchins of the locality of say
10 cents per head, . delivered sit
designated points. It is unnecessary to say
that the boys go for tho dogs, and that n
scarcity of tho canine stock is soon per
coptlblc. Indeed tho Newt Yorkers hod
to withdraw tho promiso of rowan!, for
the boys, not satisfied with hauling In
straggling, loafing pups, went for the pets
of tho family, frequently' iniitohinii them
from lhodoor-top and mitof the laps of
tholr fair owners. Tho plan would work
admirably in Cairo, and ought, by all
means, to be trlod. It would lie fun and
monoy for tho boys, and death on the dogs.
The Fire this Morning. About th'roo
o'clock this morning, a flro broke out in
the two-story framo residence, occupied
and owned by Mr. Daniel Kyan, on Twenty-sixth
street. Tho lire spread rapidly
and soon enveloped tho two adjacent framo
buildings. Tho engines wcro promptly'
on tho spot but experienced groat difficulty
in procuring water. This was ovorcomo
finally and tho tlaincs brought under con
trol, nnd extinguished. Mr. Ityan lost
most of his household goods. His real'
denco was valued at $800, upon which
ho holds an .Etna insurance policy for
$400. The building occupied by Mr. Far
roll, and owned by Messrs. Greoly & Pur
cell, was nlso totally destroyed. Tho pre
cise amount of insurance,, we could not as
certain, but it was quite small. The other
framo was occupied by negroes, and was
of little value.
Mkhiteo Tut iiutc. The Memphis Ar-
alancht of the 4th, thus speaks of the late
Mr. Craig:" An estimable young man
named Archie Craig, an operator in tho
Westorn Union Telegraph offico in this
city, was found dead in his bead yesterday
morning, in his room on Main street. The
Jury of inquost could, And no particular
cause of death. He had no relatives In
this city, was from Now York, where his
fathor is still living, and whero ono of his
brothers follows the samo buslnoss that ho
was engaged in hero. Ills remains, in
charge of Joe. Fowler, chief assistant oper.
ator in the Westorn Union Office, 'will be
sent to Now York to-day.
Fire. Wo see It stated that immonse
quanlltlos of flax havo been destroyed in
Kurope by fire and other causes; but this
does not alter tho determination of tho
managers of the great auction salu at
Hehultx' old stand ; they will continuo to
soil their splendid stock of linen handker
chiefs, table cloth, towels; napkins and
piece goods at prices unheard of for cheap
ness in fact at your own bid. Sale,
morning, afternoon and everyovening.
Now is the tlmo to secure tho most
desirable rooms at tho St. Charles at low
figures. During July, August and Sep
tember, a largo deduction from regular
rates will be made. A few more dav
boarders can be accommodated ut tho old
rate. Tlio i-oolc-t und most spacious din
Ing room in the city. jy'dlm
A Family Thimhuuk. The happiest
mul belt iiiouibor of family Is usually
called the light of the of tlio household,
because, boidde Ixilng happy und cheerful
liimscir, or herself, ho or she makes all
elso happy or cheerful. Tho Charier Oak
Stovo is such a treasure.
uugldVwIt
Ik it ik THROWN in VOI'lt tkktii.
That you do not your dcutul apparatus
In proper trim, it is your own fault, for
all the world knows that you might do so
by luing thu matehles vegetable deutri
(Ice Hor.onoNT.
".SValiunii Olvk." Cheap, Conven
lent and IVful. Mends everything,
nejcoddlw
li you want pure winus and liquors, or
a nicu fragrant cigar, go to the Washing
ton Saloon, corner r Washington avenue
and Fourteenth street. Tho proprietor,
ait. v. iiiankenburg, will treat you well
and set out hi. be,l," which can't ho ur-pasj-rd
in Cniro. Jyi'Utf
A j l . 1 ...
.... jwi, uiu i, employment I If, so
semi for tho "The Greatest Work of the
Age. Therein you will certainly find some-
mmg mul will not only give employment
"i rorveruiieeloua to fortune. Sct
n'svenncnicniiii this paper. muylBSin
m:k:iies.
Fresh, healthy Swedish Leeohw receiv
ed regularly from tho Importer in Nw
York. Applied and .old, wholesale or re
t8l. by ' F. TIIF.OllOLI),
JyC-lm Sixth St., near Ohio Loyoe.
THE TKItlim NflUALIK Olt foK noli
Perhaps it is not ironermllv Irnnu-.. !.-.
tho much talL-od of trichimi tmralii ..r
pork worm, was first discovered in Amer
ica by Dr. It 0. Kendall, of Philadelphia
Pa, with that American instrument known
as tho Cruig Microscope, costiug only
9 -Jo. after re nested fullurm in ,ir........
the worm with an imported microscopy,
0'in(f55, "of feoblor power and leu re-
.T. i ' " euuaii stands
ready to prove at any timo. Tho Cruh;'
IsmaZ?P:'n 101 wlth fl, direction
C mh t"11"8 'or 12,75, by K. lr
iftj1.8! LC.U,t B,-i Kt- "K Mo.
Head tho advertisement in 'this pajsrr
my 31. d3m
The Cairo
tee raPDLis conn.
COI.. Hi:iS 4flM'l I1IIY
vet ;i,A.ni rn
Mr. (JibnoB. orEqualHy, Gallatin Couu
ty, Nominated oh tan Flrnt '
And Xr. Haleoml), of Union, Coiiii
r ty,. on tbo Second. Ballots,
for Stale ISeMtom. 'i
ABH4n.ni:
HARMONY
WILL.
AND' OUOD
jUpceclisjii sl' t'ol. C'rebi,. sahs!
Othersi
EYKItV PLANK OF THE PLATFOBM
A LIVE ISSUE THE DEAD
BURIED.
We aro Indebted to Mr. Iloulon, of tho
Jonesboro dmrtlr, for it summary of the
proceedings of the Metropolis convention.
Up to tho tlmo of going to press tho Mil
brey, wlth.the great body of the delegates, ,
hud not arrived, and wo aro, thorofore, uti"
nblo to lay tho proceedings of the conven
tion, in official form, before our rordors.
Hut Mr. Douton.of tho Jonesboro. Otuettr,
who left Immediately nftor tho adjourn
ment of tho convention, kindly placed his
notos at our disposal and wo aro cnablod
Jto gather tho following:
At early as nlno o'clock, delagatcs and
spectators began to crowd tbo court houso,
and by ten, tho timo of tho assembling of.
tbo convention, all tho availablo sitting
and standing room of tho spacious hall was
occupied. Mr. Jool G. Morgan, chair
man of tho Democratic Congressional
Committee of tho XHIth District, called
tbo Congressional Convention to order. A
temporary organization was effected nnd
tho usual committees in such cases woro
appointed. After a short recesi tho com
mittee on permanent organization report
ed, recommending Judge Brou, of this
city, for permanent chairman and Messrs.
F. M. Sallno and J. W. Carter, as
permanent secretaries.
COL. OBBHS
then made his appcaranco and was greeted
with thunders ot applause. A dolcgato
sprung to his feet, and moved that "Col
John M. Crcbs bodoclared the choice for
Congress of tho Democracy of tlio 13th
District of Illinois, by acclamation." Thi
convention s ocondod it as ono man, and
tho question of the chnirman was responded
to by n thundering volume of "ayes'
which fairly shook tho building from its
foundation. In response to the calls made.
Upon him
COL. CREIM APPEARED
and thankod the Convention for the ex,
traordinary honor conferrod upon hlmsolf
by an unanimous nomination. lie felt
proud of the enthusiatm which animated
thu Democracy thero on that day. It was
but n part of that fooling shared In by the
democracy from ono end of the land
the other. It was tho buoyancy that pre
cedes tho triumph of a Just causo every
where. Tho Democracy of tho land, woro
to-day In better spirits, bad a more perfect
and harmonious organization, and were
possessed of Infinitely more political cour
nge wiui ui any omcr.iitno for ten years
It required only overy Domocratjto do
his individual duty to drive from power
political organization festering with cor
ruptiou and criminal in its imbecility
Ho denounced it as it league with monopo
lists nnu expatiated at length with great
clearness upon thu subject of tarltf reform
JIu reviewed tbo llnacial policy of tho
Itadicali, and exposed their extravagance
in scathing language. lie predicted for
the Democracy of this Congressional dls
trietu larger majority than has beengivtn
them for years ; and concluded his speech
by urging overy Democrat to net well his
part in the campaign now upon thero
nnd November next would witness tho
rout of tho Medicals, "horse, foot und
dragoon."
At tho conclusion of his remarks tho
convention adjourned i'm die.
THE HENATORIAL CONVENTION
thon atkumbled. Mr. Loomls, or Shaw
neetown, was appointed permanent proI
dent, and tho secretaries of tho eougrbs
. .. ...
tiouui convention ncuu in tlio same ca
pacily in this. Sevcrul informal bullot
wore then taken.
TIIK I'IRyT toil JUL u ALLOT
..rfiilti..! ! I'll ..i.i.. if- .,.
" '" twr -ur. muson, o
Oallutiu, out of u total voto cust of 80. Tho
second formal ballot reulted In tho choice
of Mr. A. K. Holeomb, of Cobden, Union
county, by it largo majority vote,
llutlt geutlomcn were then doclarcd
the unanimous choice of tho Convention
Mr, Wheeler, of this city, received twenty
votes on ono ballot, and Dr. Casey, of
Jlouna City, twenty-three out of a voto of
about eighty.
Tho Senatorial Convention alter con
ciuuing soino ntimr business adjourned
Mill 7l
TIIK PLATfORU
wa tbo work of u joint conference of thu
Congressional and Senatorial Conventions.
and wo regret our Inability to lay the
sexs oi ii uciore our readers. Mr. Bouton,
however, tells us it Is admirable
in every respect. It standi on
ii yu issues; makes war on the
t .
present infamous robbery, known as u
tarin; denounces tho extravagance and
corruption of tho last congress; espoiti
mo uiscriminanon made airalnst for irn.
ers in tho recent naturalization bill passed
by congross; condemns the enforcement
act as a violation of personal rights and
leaves tho "nigger" and the XVth Amend
ment whero they belong to the dead
past.
THE UELEQATIONB
were nil full. Itwas,ays our informant,
the largest and most entlmilastlc Demo-
Blltetin, August 5.
cratlo convention held In Southern 111
nois for veari.
I EVERY ftKMOCATIQ tAVT.K
J.,ntl,l Congressional district was repio
senUd at the Convention
' the PKorLie op metro rot.iH
' left nothing undono which would add
to Ut'o comfo.t of the delegates. In fact,
the freedom of tho aspiring young city
was given to tho delegates. Kvory door
was open to tlom, and everywhere a genu
slmf welcome waa.oxtended.
A WHHIlBII'Uli aiCBOSCOPK
Rev. Danltl Wise, D. D., editor of tho
.New York Siinday. School. Adwcatr, thus
speaks of the celebrated Craig Microscope
"Its simplicity, cheapness and great mag
nifying power struck mo with surprlio.
TheTr"! ns emmlnlng a." riy'a 'oyetby Its
aid;)nnd,was struck with wonder at tho
skill and power of tho creator which is
displayed in Its structure. Whon I saw a
statement In nn advortlscmoht that tho
Craig MicroJbopo magnifled ono hudrcd
diamctc:; and could be bought for $2 60,
I thought 1 was ono of tho 'humbugs of
the hour, for I . had paid 920 ,for a mlcro-
scopo net long nofore. nut now i ,nnu u to
be a really valuable instrument which I
should liko see introduced into the families
of our res dors In placo of tho manifold
useless. toys which ploaso for an hour and
aro then destroyed. This mscrosccpo
would botn amuso and intruct them and I
advise overy boy and girl who wishes to
know tho wonders which lie In little things
tu'svo blsjopney. until be.hu 2 70 which
wilt poy" for the mwroscopo and the postage
when sent by mail."
As n holiday gift this mlcroscopo Is un
surpassed, Iselng ornamontnl, instructive,
amusing and cheap, nnd never loses its in
terest. Agents nnd dealers supplied on
liberal terms. A sample will bo mailed,:
post paid, to any andross for $2 75, by E.
H. ROSS, 318 Locust street, St. Louis, Mo.
Read the advetlsemcnt in another col
umn. m may.11d3m
RlVErNEW8.
ARmtVAU. '
Arasils, Coluratsis, Mllbrr.Padiicsli,
litewlld, Knnsfllle, Kt febmion, m Louis
A Bnkrr, Cp nir'ilMti, Orand Towtr. "
MarMe filjt; VkkslmrK. Collier,
DTld Watts, at Lonl.
DtriKTUBEfl.
irmad. Columbas. Mllbrr, Pailucah,
Strand Towtr. Mtinp., IdlUd, KTSnstlll,
Kale Hoblnton, On., A Baker. Csr Oirardf u,
D Walls, Eastport, Collier, haw Urlsoos,
Mrb! City, Ht Douli.
Tbo weatnor is clear and much moro
pleasant than for some timo previously.
Tho thcrtnomoter indicate 80s in tho cool
est shades, and a fine breeze prevails.
-The river has risen ten inches since last
report.
Tho Mississippi is still falling at St.
Louis, but a riso Is reported at Dubuqe.
The Missouri ii about stationary, with
threo aad a half feet In channel. Tho last
boats out from St. Louis report five and a
half feet water In the Mississippi abovo
Cairo. The present rise gives an abun
dance ef water below Cairo for all classes
of boats fully laden.
Tho Ohio is falling at Pittsburg with
four feet eight inches water in tbo chan
nel, and is rising rapidly at Loulsvillo
with nearly five feet wator in the chute
over the falls. Water ha been let into
the canal lost the riso should carry away
the dam at its head, Lilt work is reported
to 'bo steadily progressing, notwithstand
ing. This proves that the closing of tho
canal was prematuro, and that work
might havo been prosecuted for some time
longer without having interfered with
navigation. When a government officer
takes an) idea Into his head, however, bo
carries it out, no matter how much tho
public may be damaged thereby,
Business hero continues fair, and much
moro brisk than is reported etc any other
point along the Western rivers.
Tho Cape Girardeau packet A. Uakcr,
brought 30,000 staves, and n lot of chickens
and sundries for Cairo, 300 bbls flour, 105
sacks bran for roshiptnontto Now Orleans
Tho Orand Tower received hero 100 tons
assorted freight for Memphis and way
points.
Tho Idlowlld brought out4c pkgs staves
is nags wheat for Cairo; 01 bags barley
iou cauuics tobacco, 45 rolls leather for
ht. jahiIs; 100 bbls whisky, 3'.'0 pkgs fur
nlture, 16 tons tobacco, produce nnd
dries for rcshlpment South.
ilie Jiuurey brought out 120 eks wheat,
fin Mils tlniip n i.i.i. nni,. n. i- .
" - - , - '" Hi'ifit;! lur ru r,r,
bundles hubs for St. Louis; 25 cairs him
dlos lor reshlpment north tier I. O It It
ilie lolller receives 200 tons staves and
produco hero for N.O,
i no .Marine uity received lurL'elv hum
for St. Louis.
Tbo Sutlo Silver
and liltmarck are duo
today for N. O
Tho City of Vlcksburg Is tho packet for
Vicksburg and way points this evunliiL'
CIlA I. . 1. .. . . .
ami u a must comp ete steuinitr .1..
llt.. I n.t ' V. -"' "u
"w,v exceiu ft sliver wntnr
urn in mo males' cabin. How ladle
got along without wo cannot imagine,
ls can
AlieSJlty of Jivansvillo is the re.-nl..
packet for Kvansvlllo this uvenlng.
Thn V lllirni 1n.t. - II. I i
..... w. v, ,v.iviur j. auucun uvsrv
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Cairo & Paducah
Daily Packet.
Ihe fast rannlng ateam packet
W UUsVSl MSHSNSHNIItllHSMHUININnHU. MsiIa
lentDaf &t4o'cJOTlt. anil taannhln.. . .11 i
snadiate Polati. ' " ""
M5J" CslteTlllluolt,
TiJOTIt'E.
'
OfHcoof Dm Cairo A Mound Oily
imiiroftn (jo., vmm, ins..
It, V.BIII', BIIS.,
Ausustlst., 167P.
Notice Ih linrhv ulten Ihst a mcxainaof the
Corporators of till Cumpany wlllbn hcld onHsJ.
uruR7, inn Dinrinror Aiignsi, instnnt n, ti. ioiw,
ntB o'clock, o.in.. at the vines of tliti Trustees cf
Ihe Cum Cili' li
I'ropcrty, corner of Waslilngtoii
Avenue ami lSlhstrrol
rvm. in sum ru, m uhhu,
II. WATSON WEUII, I'rpn't.
J. U. ItSBMAN, Hco'r
ii. iv. ijtnr. i .
J. O. HAUMAN.
H. HTAATH TAYI.OII,
W I. HAI.1.1IMV,
II. watson WKnn,
AHA EAHTMAN,
Vir'orlors.
r,l(L.
aujtUlit
RAND PHONIC.
W'MY THE
HIBERNIAN
Flro Company,
To l,r lirld at
Flora Garden
Tkureday, August! 18, 1870.
Tlie tntniberii cf ths Hibernian Klre Co., Imrlte
tliccUlsensnf Cairo anil tlclnlljr to Join thtmlna
Orand Plonlo(
UiiTlitirnlajr, August lUlh. The ascrclses nnd
aniuiiiiK.nl of llioilnjr will ln lielil ot Flora Utr
ilea, pleii'iinl mii! ronTrnlsnt plei of resort,
sNordiuKunpl room nnd shads forll.iiouneisoni.
A Fine Cotillon Band
will bo la itttrnilMice and, Ihausrdcn liallwlll
.ir.ir.l rrtnm Tnr nil wllOWlflll Ut flanra.
To nil who. would rijoy a day pleajantlr.ne
isyCOMK, and lirlnit jour wires andchildrro,
ilslcn and swceun aria.
TioUotMi a. cat as SO Otl
JOHN MII.I.KR,
HKNnV bTIIUT.
M1CIIAKI, rtASIDIlICK,
JAMfei KYAN,
BiHtMliI rnm. of Arrang.mfnls
SINGER'S
The Mincer ssstfaetssrlssa; Co.,
Is now producing nearly .oo,(W8rlngMaeliln
EprHnnillii ainl is notalile to inset ins aemi
ut In ordrr to do o. new fetorlt arc 1
erected that will supply
3.10,000 Machine Each Year.
Tho popularity of Die "NEW rAMlt.V" 8wm
MMhlnnlinnly snrpaaiMi by 11a iimioss aau
imnllpiiv! iluraLlliiriuidbcau'T. Where known,
It Is iliflioult for other manufacturers to 'fleet
ales, and llivyrnnploy esery ineaos to fulitthtii
Krtuitittt nn thu tMfbf. liuvera of tewlnir Ma
chines should ahfcanTastorand HyMlerwho
resort to compulsion m maVo ssl-s, tor noma,
chlnacsn bedesltahte that la forcibly thrust on
ta purcnaser.
Tl' Stinger oiffosr Pasaslly" and the
'New No, Osa"Mewlss Machines, Iho
Ulterior Oressmakers, Tailors. Hhoemskera, etc.
aro eagerly sought for, and a Urge aloek dan b
found In our sales rooms, together with every
tiserul accessory inienued iar mem.
We aellHIlk Twist. Cotton and Linen TlirsaJi
Veadlea. Udf.Hcrew-drlrer, lie., at retail or in
quantity at the manufacturers prices.
tBiaiOK,l,. P'1 r 11. ., ii:., pi. MKii.ii "i ..i 1
man furnished on application bv mall or other
DKAIV Is UWK,
iij Norm tin t-treel,
Ht. Loula, Ma.
augMHn
11EADY-MADE LOTIIIXO.
I. WAIDER
COR. CTII ST. ii OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - - - Uliiioln
Ita.Jusl rtolii'dafull and roinillesto-k (if
READY-MADE CLOTHING
AM
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Of eurr dtMriptiun, which will U Mid at nnm
that will not (all iii.uiiall purchasers. IVricvl
in. Kiiarnuii.ri. ma sioca i
Shirts. Hats, Cups, etc.,
Is not escelled in point nf price, ,tyf and mater
1.1I in this or any Mhor markrl.
S AM. AMI HI'.K IIIM.
suullf
AUCTWNLtK.
JJ T. I'AKKEK,
Licensed Auctioneer,
OKHCKt Korthe prent, at It. . Cunnlug
hsm's. Ohio l,etre, ("nlro, llllnoli. "
rtviiifio'ir.tle prompily ailendtd to.e
ALCilOX ic COMMISSION
Danial Hartman
lU-iuniahiN (httrias) to the clllivn. of Cairo for
he r ubral iMIronaee. and would lalon. illZ
that In. can I foimTnl his ,,, ,i., uic.i,im
clul aicnui., All snl... promptly allen'le'l to.
Ulicral Aihuiitf.s Mudo on CtiBxIrn
111 en Is.
Itetfiilar sslc ,1,,. We.lnc.dsy'.aM.ISAdird.y'a
i1'' """"'menu ,i.n p.,.,-,lf mu;
H'e. I'ariieariiuatguliiif goo.l. w 0Cur
No Extra Charge for Storage.
Korproinnl rt-tum.
Hal dur lima.. II. llnr.1 .M. ...
C..iiim A. II. ealtord. ll" H. I ft?re llVi.Vol
htilwoll . I'auKj. K-lmh (1 ). willla neon First
MiieaJ lunk, of Cairo'. Ilordon li Jon".', New'
.AtUKyfiLtesH
Mi !.Mwb'. KU. T Ball
Julytlf.
JFWE H i! HE TO PURCHASE
A Newlu UlachlMe
WE WOULD GET A
FLORENCE
vbiyi1?.!1!1'..1. ''rorldenco. art the New
; . " ' "larjianu niaio rair, nor d.
f,1," Ihe. Judges at ths American Institute aay,
'Th's is Iwttur than any of Ha clans known to
the JUdltet" not Iheso. not ulloimtlixr , Mith.
cause W( like It beat, as n woman would say. It
works like a charm i we can sew anything we
please with It; the children ran'l get It out of
order 1 and It is put at the most reasonable, -
A, H. WOOD, AgfSIt,
JyiQ'.m luo commercial amur, Cairo, III.
mm hi
SIDEWALK NOTICE.
s-,.ifrAi.hrihvfilMittlie oncr or ownnra
.of hc oUowlna,'aaorltd lots. 'T.wi.ii!r-.ntT:
oi L.airn, inai inoiyiiyvwiuiin.', ".....7. . t
nruinanco oruereu wecqnairuriiuu . -in
front 6f aalt Iota, iiyl ten foot "'(''
sold lots, to the outredgo of '"lk"
Ide of Herentli strfct.am that t lie ow neror
nwncraof said lota bao tlic; rlajli for lli p oJ 1 of
flflrilati. from this date In wh Ich to Mi '''"'J
aldcwafk, thai unlass coniplrtrd wlllilii Ih; lli'ij
atKo speclnoil the aame w I lliulllbj ljiecltjr
and Iho cot assessed agslnst Ihe Proper M-n.
(lied therfbr, In ixvordanoe with lhPchrlir nnd
ord....neMor the mtt;- MoWfJt
tiisldSw City Clark.
N
OTICK.
Healed pmposala wilfbe. reoelrtil at li nrBceof
1 -1 . iu . , r-1. .. ... 1 .. itiiM.1. until
tubn erected on Ohio Lever, Cairn, Illlnoia, ac
cordlii( to Iho plans and specifications now open
lOrvxeilllMlinn nswy viik.-. UKADK
.ujCVliit ArcliliactaudHopt.
fSsBsiemmamatBSBSSBBSSBBBsmBt
TsJOTIC.
0t,a.rk..jc.,,.,1... 1
'to all whom It rosy corcern, Nolle; Is hereby
glrcn that all ordlnsncoe rsstrletlng the l ot
meat., regewUes, Irnlt, game, country pro.1. .
or art claaof aoy dawrlptloa to Hie market bouse
h. "uin reVUfed. aath.l all sue I, "llcle.rau
U sold at any pUce wllhln the city ''" taT
time. JOHN IIKIJ.
jjoojet Citt Clerk.
rhoH kvaxhvii.m:. lovim-
r ILLE ACINC1.V.ATI,
Tlie A no sUtmer
mia Floyd,
J. M. CHENOWITH, Master R. W. WISE. Clerk
Will Ioatsm above on Monday net, August It,
i?. r,.i.ht or Lasienn.rs applv en l-ard or to
Jyiti ' M.THII.I.IPH, Ag l.
T
HE FINE HIDE-WHEEL
KEtlUUK CAIRO A.NU I'Ald'OtH
I'ACKKl
ABMABA
W V.N()UTHERJtCu'Bl R.WILMAM-i.-Ct'l
Wlllely regulsily masosj. leaving Cairo ry
Oar isunuay aicepexii at iuii.iiui - r....
The Armada Is a swift side.wheal sUsmer.Ijav
log tery superior accomrocdatloDe for UUi pass
1 ik. i
eU cennecu at Ia-Iiteah with tha Cumberland
aad Tennessee, riser pttkeia ana ine new uricaa
and OWo rallrofl. Kor partlculara. apply ot
beard, or (0 M. J. BrcKUfcy,
tlUt Act fit at Cairo.
kJEW TOW BOAT.
Th Mew Tew tut4 Job Boat
ODD FELLOW
W. H. COULTER, -JfM
- - I . . .1 1 IM.. ... .A 1 1 V. I . I . A,
Master,
i- pi'.irl . . Ml iiiu.. Hinuii, .iwii 111 aw
ing and Jobbing on tkt most raaaoaatle term
llaiuarters at Cairo, Illlnoia.
mirlKf
tow
is.
UPlULOOIl
JOHN HYLABTD'N HAIsOOJV
la awlleel ts all hlsssla est
SUPERIOR LIQU0PS
Jsjtgj"Bp eja4aawX ibiwrWfp
ON COMMERCIAL AYENVK
IWween Eighth and Nlnthhtreet.,
CAIRO, 1LLIW0IS.
The thlrty, who lore good llqnor, shoold gl?e
liim a call, and those who want a
FKAGBAXTCIGAR
Can has a their seaota supplied at his bar.
JOH.V aUATEfi
Proptielor of the
Ullliard SalooH and Jr Kooh v.
EI Dorado
1M C'aitaaitsrclalATe).,
Cniro, - - - - Illinois
ft
JENRY LATTNEK
Has provided a
Popular Publio Rtsort
Wh
AUATIU, AMB PlflliOSIOLK TABLES
ComforUble seals, eta, and a bar supplied with
the best and cooleat lager beer, Ih purest wines
nun nquore, cigars, ow., to ij muau in iro,
Krerybody la Invited to call In and "cool caf .'
rientr of room fret to oTerybody.
jji.h
J 31, IHILLIPH sfe.CO.,
Huu.esors to E. It. Ilendrii'ka A t o. ,
FORWARDING
tu ...,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
-and,,
PROPrtlETORt,
GAIHO, ILLINOIS,
UAt AJtVAHCBM MA UK tM
NieiVMENTIS.
. aWAr prepared to receivo, store and forward
freights to all points, aad buy and sell on com
Biiaaloa.
aerjluslnest attended to with promptness.
I NO. It. PHILLIP,
(Buceoseoe to Parker l'lilllli.)
(Ml at MAX, ,
COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANT
Aad Dealer In
Flaw, Mesd, Hy, Cmrrn, 0l,
asrstss,
sjl I r a . s
inn unui'ii.iai.p.1, ....... 1 iuviiikl . -.'f-', L "m
So'clocl!, n.m., of WednoSday, the loth day of
Auirnst, for tholslwrand Material featured
1I1. ...Mrttlnn nrujiAd to Mann' ssv alore nuusn
or. iuindT.&unK) Levee
CAIRO. iLLnrow.
BAILBOADH.
SJPJstlNGFIELn V ILLINOIfi
SOlJTIIEASTEttN R. 11.
On unil after ThHristUv. Atirll Ittti,
tntlMg will ran ah follow j
iimaii soi'TiiruiT-l.tAVi asatsoririn,
...int.i.ni...j.i.
...OM a. m.
Kiprrss .
..4H0 e M.
ooiao aoRTMwrT.-i.cAt a rink,
Kspresa
.f,nai a u.
3ian
' siist re M
Maklngcloi. conhe,on? Vttm 10,.
CV.D,,rf . !!.SfrH1s'..TJS".l'0"11' "utl'. Mi
with the l id. ! tl B. It. for Indlanapnll.
anrl tlll ST lie. Sbd all riolnl. m.i ... i..,..iT . ,
Mi r. x.
Also, at Hprlngfleld Willi the. Toledo. Wabaah A
western lli K. For Quinsy and aUjit', wes". and
with the Chicago A Ht. lotils lu ATV ."'.'!
PI rsi iiiHisas wisii tllfl J Qlf IU. WAliatsill A
res em ft K. For Quinsy and MholnU w"m. and
Iththe Chicago A M. Itils IU iTir M. I
nd Chicago, nnd all points north and northwVsl
. . i P. txirmv ii I.,
JOHN KOO(JITT,an,,ITlckt ArI
QUICKEST KOUTK FROM
THE NOUTH,
vts
IlllNOIS CENTRAL ft. R.
..-..ro....
Nt. IHU.LsuUvHlo.C'lNt'lnaatl
CklcMKe. Now Yrk, Bettou
ALL ,
PolBtM AtHiid Vorth
I'assrngri ' Tralssa Arrive at nsiU Irnve
M 3slr sis follows t
all Kipreee.
ARKIVB-UlUO A. M sj.ao I, M
llEFAKT-llltIS A. M "Z-Beeifs. M
Uolh trains connect at C'enlralla Willi trains on Ih
MAO
pf""4 ijeeatur, llloomlstttoit, Ml Pass
La ttalle, Mendata, yreeport, Claleas,
Bsshstqae, aiasS all point. n llllssola.
Mieaaarl, Mluucanla, Wleranelsi
lews.
And with lines running East and. West for
St. Louis. .SnrliiKilelrl, Loufurlllc. t'lti
elBBatl, Indianapolis K Cclumbns,
X si ,
Aad at ChUiagf Will Michigan Central, Mlchl
s.i Hulhirn, and I'llUlxirg, Korl Wayne
and Chw.gii Usilroudt for
IiKTIItllT, .MAOAIIA KAI.I
CI.KVEI.AM, KKIh,
DUNKIKK, hifi-'ai.o.
AI.HAKT, 1 NEW VOKK.
riltl.AIIKI.I'IIIA, IIAl.TlMDRp,
WAHIIl.NrioN dr. and
ALL POINTS EAST.
for through liokeu and inliiriiistwo, sm I
at llllaole Central Kailroa.) li.w.l.
wV.juli.u.v,
Genera Iasnger Agent, Chicago
M. II L'OH ITT, neneral HuperlaUadebt.
J. JOHNSON. Agent. Cairo.
JjiARMKRlV W1VHS.
HOW TO MAKE
Good Strong Vinegar
. Z3ay t
rraa Oder, Mariheuas, Halaaaee, Stugar.
Wlae,ar Ike Jalceaf Ass I'rsalS.
Dletkiis airupleaiideMy. Cost not one-hall
that of Ilie oM proree of allowing Celsr lo eour
In barrels. 1
Amy One Cm Make ll.
Pull Directions pent npoti rerelpt nf Kilt)
CenU.
Address. W. II. Blakoa,
ri., lxm.,.Mu
majtVUin
rjlHR WONDERFUL
CLlETBI CHAIR
sssl MAUKKTIC WALK,
lalrodueed by Ir. ANDEaWN, .f M. Uiiis,
Carte the worst easts or
Paralysis, Rheumatism
All WombaMaaasMt. OvtBeatala, Kaarat.
aoeViatasal CanaplalBis.Beror.
ala, Agne, etc.,
DR. ANDERNO.Y.
Will tasl Uioea who rati upon Mill if tlie) htte
AKTD1SEAHEI
WHERE IT IH I-OCATEDt .,..l., .
TIIK OltUAN Olt ORIisNH AlrKIXI M
the ritunrciNts caumei
KVSKV UAI FKEU0 TIIKY EXI'EK
IBNCK, and all this wilboul asking nuestlana.
CJaNHiliilleii Vrv.
BVB AM0 EAR KMeeaaea Treated Iss
IktanaaetSlktliral Bbuaaser.
I)r. ANIiEItiiON guirantees a flirt in erery rase.
Do nftli on lemn until you call and Judgo for
'"Anderson will I at tht ANTRIM llorSE,
Cairo, Illinois, on We.lnes.lay, Aoguit 3d, ls7V,
and remain for one week only.
JjjYERY FARHER
HIS OWN MILLER
We are mtoufactunng
sal;
CRIST MILLS
For hand or nowor use. ringing III price from
12 tvi to m is) nnd incapacity Irom
1 to 20 Bushels Per Hour.
rpi.n.K uilla a. aimniT an. I rl nrallt. At) J
lll-e millBisin ve a a -,(.
laaulr vrr little power lo rualhem. Ktcii ite
will gnnither
FAMILY MEAL
Or slock ftd as may lie desired, an 4 will moro
Mian. .. .
save us rrice E?ery ir.
f3.!S.W'7 KlSW-llan. Mills,, c.nao.
Tf VSUIU lUBAf IHUIiava we ' , " -
to
The
i niaaaond Mill Xaaara turlaa- Co,
. ...... .ni.,i inarerv town and countr.
.awSaanBslawawr9 awaw.
.RjBBHRRjaaw?yL3aRaRawRf
JUMiiMrodAwsowly

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