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THE CAIBO BTJXiXiESa?I3ST, SEPTEMBER 21.
Loan. IliiKViTiKs,- Tlii'lirii-s bnml '''
nectwl with thu Kxunlslur .Minstrels is
ponilhlo for thnt fltif imili' tlmt wns
luard uboiit one. o'clock.
Kwell & .Iiicol. will furiiUli Uiuollno
for fliiollno lumps unit lovcs t low
H. 0. ltoynol.14, Ki., UioUnirul Miic
- ietot tWuruml TioUr of the Mnvmlr:
frtortilty of Illinois, will nrrivc In thu
city by tlio iiflurnooii triiin tn-rnorrovv.
Thu Cult-omul Delta. liO'lfes will mui't, In
oiut suasion, to-morrow tvi-nlnt; to extend
m fittiiiE welcotnu.
Vory littlo business was transacted in
th Circuit Court to-day. ""Viirwell win on
trial, nt tin- iidjouriiiimiit for illtitier. for
lUaling a mat rrom thu Umpire mills.
-A enni'of Oypseys nre i:ninpe,l nt
Dolnt tmar tho bend of I'oiilnr street. It
" li altogether prolmlilo thnt tho old womun
atnoiitf tliuiu, might bo pursuadfi to tell
fortunes, mid nlmont ntiy of tlio men pro
ok nd into a hotM) trade. Tlmt curimi
race of beings totiutimot do Mich tiling.
A troupe of tiypsius wuru brought be,
Tory feuiro .hliniincssy, tills morning, bo
cauiu a laaU Oypy tunned Fred llo.i
cursed a femtilo (Jypiey who said that he
win "too thick" with u second female (yp
icy, who it his niece. Tho .Squire thought
tl .triuiiMo he haJ with thu nomadic
' itPaflgeri' w worth nboul $11 00, mid
thorcfom asked Frederick to liuuldutu
i- .. .. ....
rrcucncK liquidated imt not very e;rii-
Wo ik the iitU ntii.ii of our renders,
and particularly thmu residing In the vic
inity of the court hutisii, to tho enrd of .Mr.
Itobort Urlbacli, which we publish to-day
in another cuJumn. Mr. Uribach hai is-
UtlUlied a meat shop nl satisat; factory,
on Washington avenue, oppoilts tho court
housr, that dpttrve tin oxtfifiilyu patron
b. He will keep tho bcstoffresli meat,
and lerTothem but la n first elms style, iu
any quantity desired. And, In the line of
sausage, he can't bu beiituii. lie knows
tactly how to (jet them up jut rijjht.
Lawrence ii on hand to astlit him, nrnl
' will treat customers courteously and kind
ilyid otherwise) most acceptably. (Jive
Uribach ubig sunroof your patronage.
uov a.mtkd. A boy from twolvu to
fourteen years of age wanted to learn i'n
nnuornamonui painting, grnltilng, etc.
Apply to the Conoordia .Saloon, on
, Eighteenth ttrtot, or nt thu First National
nk to II. II. .MKYKK. L't
r McG'AUIUra MualltKLo. Thu Atht
neum will doubtless bo Ailed to-night,
1 'Harry McCarthy and his F.xcelslor min
strels form tho attraction and who run
sly away f Certainly noliody who enjoj 4
pood vociil und insttumetiul music, or a
hearty'laugh. Itrniftnlx r tbattLis inlin-
" itablo troujie rfinaln In pairo ctiW tw.i
. - -
'Tiik K-publlcan party cruhel tl.' I'c
bellton " w are InfoniiC'l by the litt't
Kadlcal )ieetof the country, which delre
to blind the people as to u hat their party
it by flitul'tit boasts of what it ' Itru.
Had it not l'ti for ktotit Democratic arms
and bravu Dcmocrutii ItMirts tho Itepubli
can party would luvc madu n mrty "crush'
of tfie Itebvllion. Democratic States mid
communities furnishi-l ttm most men, the
country over. In Kgypt, relmvtit were
formoJ alntOJl exchillvely of Domoerats,
and thuu regiments showed themselves it
brave and effective' n tiny In tht service.
To deny t mntliu laurel' they earned,
Ii, to lay thu least, the lmset liiratltud".
A I'itiaiilkCahK. Whilu Air. Solmvk.
its, of the liULt.Kn.v otllce,was returning
home, about U o'clock lat night, he de
tected thu proicncu of a little boy under the
lilowalk, near the llth street school house.
'Deslrfrff to learn the wherefore, ho en
term! Into n cvnvrrsntion with tho lad,
and learned that hu is an orphan ; that hu
was waiting for a iiclghboriii); boy o brtnt;
him somutlilng to eat, and that during tho
last mouth or two he had slept under tho
ildcwnlk, and fired mostly on graftc and
pawpatir which lio fnund in tho woili. His
cl'olhlng'wore In tatters, and hls'nppcaraheo
generally was that of neglect and hopole
(lestitutlbii. Mr. Schiirkura kindly took
YhA little Voy In charge, bought him omi
thing to eat at a neighboring grocery, mid
subsequently took him homo with him.
We Invite tho attention of tho manager
of the Orphan Asylum to thlf case, feel, j
log assured they will give the little wmn
ileror a homo in tho asylum.
A Fititxpivr Oamk. The llrst nlno of
the Hickman base ball clul arrived In
Cairo yestorday afternoon, and accepted
an invitation to play a friendly gamo with
the Delta boys. Tho Hickman's wore en
route homo from' Charleston,' where, thu
day beforo, thoy had played their second
match game with the Churlcstou boy.
The Charleston club was victorious In n
(core of CO to ill.
rTho game, yesterday, commenced about
8 o'clock, tho Deltas going to tho bat and
coring thirteen rum. Six Inning were
played on tho part of tho Hickman boyi,
during which thoy scored only ono run,
the Delta boys whitewashing thorn llvo
tim. Tho Deltas scored 24.
HMgh playod with the Hickman club,
ndSaup with tho Deltas the latter
making several extraordinary "foul"
At tho close of tho sixth inning thu
II lokman boys left tho ground, being ap
prehensive tlmt tuo boat would leave
tham, if thoy played out tho nine innings.
Tboy aro good, clover young men, all of
them, but they don't amount to much as
ii bloody-headed liogro, stretched upon
draw en routu forSt. Mary'n hospital yea
tcrdny uvenlng, wn immediately formed
tho conclusion that somebody nau uocn
tiartv ton lluht. and irol worsted. In that
conclusion wo woro not mistaken. rgo
Hrown, nliat Jnckson Archer, ntid ('harlcs
Johnson, deck hands on thu ttenmcr Col
lossal, becaiiio Involved in a quarrel, shortly
after that boat s arrival licre yesterday af
ternoon, thnt lead to active hostilities
Drown seized a pick handlo and dealt
Johii'on a terrible blow on
the head, inflicting what was believed to be
n fatal wound. Johnson was conveyed to
tlio liotpital where Doctor Wnrdner took
his casein charge, removing a large frac'
mcnt of tho purietaI;botie, and relieving
the drain of the pressure of other frag
incuts that had been crushed down a half
Inch or more. Tho Doctor left tho patient
as comfortable as pou'lblc under tho clr
cumstances, regarding his recovery as ono
of tho.e doubtful cn.es that aro rcry unccr
tuliijiidceil. The Doctor informed us, In fact
thnt the chances against the poor fellow's
recovery were about as fifty to ono; yet,
when he visited him this morning, b not
only found him rntionnl but cheerful I
I rom all this it mav bo inferred that if
anybody wants to kill Charles Johnson, he
mii't do something more serious than
smashing in his skull. Injuries of that
kind don't amount to a circumstance 1
Tin: .Sui.tiiv Hkao.v. Tho Summer
mouths aro here, and as iimiuI bring a long
train of diseases many dangerous and
fatal. It Is the season when nature can do
littlu in recupcrntlng our exhausted
strength, and when wo are required to for
tify our physique against the dangers aris
ing from the universal pro valency of sick
iiu). The only trim safeguard Is that
pure and reliable tonic and invlgorutor,
Mithlor's Herb Hitters, which is indorsed
and recommended by tho medical faculty
and by unnumbered thouiands of persons
In every city, town and villnsciitthejcoun
try, who have tested its remedial virtues,
and by its aid preserved or recovered their
health. It will purify thu blood and se
cretions; cure every form of Indigestion,
and n fiord Immediate relief In case of dys
entery, colic, cholera, cholera morbus and
kindred dli-eaaci. i'rnvide yourself u,u
against a time of need. Delays are often
dangerous. Price ono dollar per bottle.
Sold by all druu'clUs.
op If (KVw tod
A .SrHA.Mir. .Maikimoxial Alliam i:.
We have been furnished tho particulars
of a very singular matrimonial alliance,
and might give tho names of the parties, if
we feItllpoed to. An elderly bachelor,
of more than ordinary Intelligence, who
has traveled all over the world, wu a pas
senger, u lew uay ago, on the steamer
Arlington. Hit saw u young lady on board,
and the result was 'dove at first sight.''
Turning to his sitter, n ho ms with him,
our bachelor friend re mm Led : "1 have
traveled over a largo ollon of tho world,
seen all. kind of women !, .wung
female N lli'i y handsomot one
1 ever .iw, miuI If she will havu mu I II
marry IW on the 'pot. He upproached
the young lady, made hiuxclf known, of
fered hi hand, wa accepted, mid a few
hours afterwards ti wedding in Cairo sig
nalized thecouple's marriage. A the gen
tleman has had splendid opportunities for
reading human nature, we are disposed to
concede that he has made n wiu choice,
and will have no oct'iiion to regret it.
A.Mikkw Cais, I'oi.ickma.v. Camillas
never had a inure cltlsieut man on tbu po
llcejrcu than Andrew Cutn. He U
houvTi, industrious, conioiuntUm, mid re
gardless of what friends orfm-i may think
er say, dbchargei his whole duty. Hu
autiot bespared from theJCalro police force
-his services aro invaluable.
We am not of thou who question thu
right of the council to pay .Mr. Cain hl
ilary. Wo believe that he maybe paid
without disregarding tho restriction ini-
poieil by the new constitution, and will
venture the prediction that the
ouncil will arrlvo at a like con
tusion. Thu ulshi'iau be the father to the
thought, fot we really want to see Mr.
Cain paid. Tho services demands his con-
tiiiuanco In otllce ; ami if, at this tlmu, one
thing moru than another would Justify
mcmlicrsof thu omnvtliu btretchiug, even
overleaping, their latitude, the case of .Mr.
Calu N that uue thing.
Saith tytcr iialoon, (Jut ojiennl) and
restaurant at 102 Commercial avenue, es
pecially commmcud themselves to every
body who wants oyster slewed, fried,
roasted, or nw j oysterA by tho dozen can
orcase;orit lunch, or a '-good square
meal" served In tho very best tylo of the
ulinnry art. Tho rooms aro well fur-
nlshml and retired, insuring thu patron
whether lady or gentleman, perfect exemp
tion from Intrusion. Tho best supplied
and most extensive cofectloncry In tho
city, Is In connection with this establish
ment, ready at all times to supply wedding,
picnic and other parties, balls, families,
etc., with tho choicest cakes and confec
tions, on i-hort notice, and in any quantity
desired, ltcmember tho place, and glvo
tho establishment a share of your patron
Kioiir is ritiCKi.:sa. Money cannot
buy It, but Lazuras aud Morris' perfected
spectacles will presorvo it. No glimmer
ing or wavering of sight, peculiar to
others in uso. Tabor llros solo agonts for
Cairo and vicinity. Soo advertisement.
aug!U d&w tf.
Waki.no Ui reoplo begin to realizo
that our respected ancestors inus,! have had
a very Inconvenient time of It without rail
roads, steamers, gas, friction matches, tele-
graphs, expresses, sowing machines, and
last, and par consequence not least, Charter
Oak Cooking rUoves. iepl9d&wlw
The JIvhdkr or Lotus PAnKr.n. Wo
rcferred.thoothorday, to tho arrest of Jake
Haspil, W ash. Wyatt and Aleck Mcrritt
on suspicion of complicity In the murder
of Louis I'arkor.of UirJ's Point, Missouri.
Lost our itadlcal friends mako an election
eering outrage out of tho affair, we will
say that tho pnrtlcs are all colored mon,
atul vote precisely as their white Kadical
friunch tell them to vote.
Tho suspected parties woro conveyed to
lllrd's Point, Monday morning, and the
balanco of thu day was devoted to the work
of hunting up evidence. The preliminary
examination was mado yesterday, quite a
number of Cairo negroes being present as
wilnossos. Tho ovldcnco pointing rather
positively to H.ispll as tho guilty party,
Wash Wyatt, a negro seventy-two years
old, concluded ho would "rntko a clean
breast of It." Hu thoroforo confossod that
Haspil, Mcrritt and himself killed Parker,
Haspil loadod tho gun, putting In a heavy
charge of powder and buck-shot, Wyatt
called Parkor out of the house, and Mcrritt
shot and killed him. Of the nature of tho
quarrel that led to this tragic affair, we
have not been informed. Haspil, Merrill
and Wyatt were placed in irons and .con
veyed to Charleston, nml there committed
to Jail to await final trial In the Mississippi
county circuit court. Aleck Cook, who
was also suspected, established an alibi,
and was acquitted,
Tho gun with which Parkor was killed,
was brought to Cairo by Haspil and con
cealed In a house on Third street, whero
constable Arnold found and took possess
ion of It.
From all wo can learn, we judge that
Haspil was tho principal tho prime
mover In tho murder that ho laid tho
plans and porsuaded Wyatt and Merrittto
to assist him in executing them.
P..SAUI', tobacconist, at 10. Commercia
avenue, presents unusual attractions to the
trade in the lino of chewing, and smoking
tobacco, cigars, pipes, etc. His cigars,
manufactured from the best and finest
stock, enjoy a reputation second to none in
tho market, and are sold wholesale and re.
tail on thu most accommodating terms.
He has recently enlarged his cigar manu
factory, and so increased his force as to be
bo able to supply all future demands, how
ever large. The retail, as well as the
wholesale trade, can Us accommodated no
where in n better or more satisfactory man
ner, scp. 19 tf
A MKSSAflC TO TIIK I.ADIK. It Is not
necessary to coat thu faded fibers with
filth, or to stain the skin, in order to renew
In your blanching ringlets the lustrous hue
of their prime. I'iialo.s'.h Vitalia, ok
.Salvation ton Tin: Il.un, as clear mid
transparent a fluid as that which sparkles
iu yourcolongo bottles, effects the changu
more satisfactorily than anv other prepa
ration In the world. suplCd&wlw
Dwtl.t.i.Mi Hollas: ion Kk.st. A con.
vcnlently arranged brick reldcnce,
suveti rtx.iii. mid n kitchen, ni cts.ary out
houses, largo yard and garden, vines and
shrubbery, &r tent on reasonable terms
Apply to' W. H. THOMAS,
I'lioTot; turns : riiOTouHifiis:
Go to J, O. Hngwell, Photographer,
corner Klghth street, and Ohio Levee, for
pictures, tartu do Vlsites, etc. Having
made arrangements with lomo of the best
artists of our largo cities, ho respectfully
solicit' irder for copying and enlarge
Ing old pictures. Call at his rooms and
set specimens of work in that line,
Kconomv. Hy luing Mrs. Whltcomb'k
.Syrup for children, many a doctor's bill
can be saved, aud much suffering averted.
I tend the advertisement iu another column
Thu A tiro raollls perfectly elear,-non-oxp!o.ivn;
t will give entire satis
faction, and can be had nt 05 Ohio Leveo
for the Inconsiderable sum of no cents per
Foil a gla.s of plendtd .St. Louis lager
beer the be.t In tho city go to tho
Washington saloon, corner Washington
avenue and Fifteentli street. tf
W. W.'.Thornton, 'o in Thornton's
block, Tenth street, has just received three
hundred Im)xcs of glas, varying Iu slzo
from bxlO to Htl.UU. For sale, wholesale
Fi'.kh. Ili.ANKK.viiuuu, of tho Washing
ton saloon, Is a judge of good beer,
and keops no other kind. His St. Louis
lager if, confessedly, tho best kept In Cairo
Call on him and try it. tf
1 xiiai.l ovei consider Simon' Liver
llegulator as tho preserver of the life of my
little son, who is now In blooming health.
MKS. F.LI.KX MKACHAM,
An Knemv i.v Youk Mouth. Do not
put an enemy in your mouth, to steal
away your teeth, lieware of destructive
tooth washes, and tooth powders, many of
which aro base Imitations of So7.oiont. In
suro a llfo lease of sound teeth and fra
grant breath, by Adopting tho fragrant So
sodont. 'Si'AUrtNfi'B Oi.ui," bandy about- tho
bouse, mend everything. soplod
Louis Herbert is in constant receipt of
fresh Baltimore, oysters, which lie will
servo up to custom ors lit any stylo desired,
on short notfcoandln tho most satisfactory
Fino French calf.booti, und gents
wenr'mmnrallv -custom work -may bo
found nt Elliot, Ilaythorn & Co'i, at low
er prices than eUiwhoro In tho clily. tf.
CiiAKTr.n Oak Cooking Stove the best
in use for snlo liy 0. W. Henderson 100
Commorcial Avenue. Sec JadvortNomcnt.
nuB sod 4m.
Oo to MOhlo Lovecnnd buy tho Au
rora oil for 30 cents per gallon. Thoo who
have ii know Its value.
F.ouir Choicu Family Flour In bbls.
half bbls., sacks, iVc, for sale nt tuo Kg.vp
Han Mills. aug IHf
Mlllirev, I'ailueali, Arlington. Columbus
Arm i,l, i. Cnllfi.jil. Ilvil ltlTrr.
I'lnk VarMe, l.nuliillle, llelle bt f.oili. Kt Loulx,
Mlnneols, ' llakcr, C'ukn (llrarileaii,
I.h Umre, No.2, 11 Hubienn, Vi"kalmrg,
City or i:viilll. Kv., Ilelle Mutni'lil-, Meiaii.,
uorneiia, w urican
.MIIUcv, l'.lilllrsll Arllt)itoii, l:utulnl,i,
ArinmU. Jn lli.le.t I. .ill.. Mcmn.
Maker, Cape C'irsrJeail, I'lnk Vurble, White rlt
lk'lle MtiiipliKtl.oul., Le Claire, No. '1, I.'vlllc.
Kubicon, " CIU of Kennsvllic, Kv
uornrna, nenogir, .( urir.iiK,
t'nipire, Nahvllle, IMIiiuir, "
The weather is clear and quito sultry
during the day, with cool nights.
Tho river has risen ono inch since lat re
port and now seems to bo stationary. As
there is no ric reported corning from any
quarter, the river will doubtless commoncu
falling rapidly to-morrow.
Tho Indiana and Colossal aro both load
ing here for Xcw Orleans and will reoeivo
all they -an carry. Tho popular Cnpt.
Kobt. Kelly is In command of tho Colos
.Tho Kellogg and barges departed for
New Orleans this morning after roceiving
4108 bbls flour, 300 bbls lime, 417 sks oats
and corn, &00 sks bran, Til bales liny, 200
wagons and considerable assorted freight.
Two negro deck hands belonging to tho
CoIojssI, becomo involved In a fight with
each other yesterdav, soon nftcr thnfr boat's
arrival when one of them, Oeorgo Hrown,
who also calls himself Jackson Archer,
struck tho other, named Charles Jackson,
on the head with a pick handle, inflicting
such injury as will probably came death-
Johnson was taken to tho St, Mary's
Hospital, and Hrown or Archer to jail.
The Arthur for New. Orleans and tho
Julia for Vlcksburg, aro duo to-day. v
Tho Mollle ltngon, Injplaco of the Mary
Miller is tho packet forjEvansvllIo to-day.
The Paducah packets leave dally; at 4
We nroauthoritcil toantinnn"? that Mr. A. If.
HIVIN isaramliilalM fur tli olUco of .Slur I:! of
AlcianJer county, atthetnttiliut NotrtnUrclec.
linn, subjrrt lo thv decision cf the lieinooratle
County t'onrentlon. ' aiisllt.!.
At the o1lcltMlon of many f Hue:1" of both pall
tlcal parties. ! htrfby announce myself the
I'KurLK a C a Null) AT!-: fiirsiierinol Al x.ui'Ur
rouiity,M thn enlnit Noem!ireleotlin.
jul t-glKI), KDKIII.KI';
IIPPOS1TK THK COUItT HOUSH,
Cftiro, - - - - X J a ixaoi s
&" Orders tilled promptly and
the fullest satisfaction guaran
For the I'.fii.tlt of the
.HoiKlay .ViKhl.Ss pl. (tlli. IKtO
Tho in iiuBi-r niiiioiinee to tli pulilie lh.it tie )
bale iM-rfivte.lai'r.uiiM-Mifiit. fur a II ill. a i'e.
Hesortt tlio l'atronau'c tif nil Hcpi'i'
tuble Clll.i n..
The iibjei t l In lepleiiUh the (ieiinan Ki honj
Trraliry, aiel nu ui'U rltneiiuill he.ltutetn b'lKl
I, 1. .cfrira. (ui.nl. Tim liliiliev iloril e.l U ill be
Jmliei Mi.ly e"'inieilfiir the iKIiVnt of llie.rh !,
uliirn till re-iru a1 uu iiuiht h. ...uii.
HTrAM.SIIII'N l.eiiv Weekly l. oiu.ru
York, Liverpool nmmuseiialossii.
t)r to S. lteue, (.i liernl Vlern Apeiit. .No.
Woul.t respectfully Inform Uso 'l'f!,f,,Viui'!,ru
aaj vicinity, that he l now prrpareil to furnish
Full Details anil Pps-cldoatioa for PiiMU; llull.l
ina, Prlvsto Heslilenees, anil Hrl'IfiM of nil kinds.
Special attention Riven to 0 preparation ol
U. S. Patent Office
And also for all Ulmls of Mill MaaiifscturiiiK ami
Koslneerlng work. ButlsfaMlonijimrantecil. Or.
ilera respectfully aollcltcd. Oltlce Winter'a Hlock,
MIX ill 01
Ql nil i .
odlo of Unclaimed Goods
r. V,tutn'unrV',, tmlo-1 rr vlottsty called
f r, Wll 10 ')l'l for cli .rV,. fll ,l.n4 ..n,.t .hi. nn
f .V,0,T.,n.y.a".,,''rli'-lT'. 18TU. nt HI oVIoek, n.
111., nt our Wnrthnu.f
( l.tfles Hotel.
. AUtl' I.ljl.
I 1 Iwx tilrl
, 1 " churn il.nli.rs ...
I 1 Mil nimlrW"4
I liox i-ntlee
"u I 'Ii .i Lvee lielow t.
ii M.f.ii'n imot
M I.cttl.. f'o1, UISII
HUko A ( o , i airo.
. ''tlu A Oi.fCairo
I -J " eottnn i-iirl
j ' " nlfM) ''aintilicll.l.M-tnn K
I ! ciiinti che.t Col, J. M,utln"' '
jUl.bnx tool It Martin, llnfhlo, K
1 " "iniilrUn HOuiihtiill.l,..A'tou.k
n , irairn.
H Oiiiiptii ll,l,..A'tou,K
M M Msiilr. Ph,. i.,f
i upi i vreamer, Il.ili.
H (ISprinei-r, Cairo
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C'nslln A Co Turo
IC A H, Cairn
K a a, Cairo
J M Uo,loll,IJIi:irievton,
1 " 11 ...
1 " eolton rani".
I " eiilli'i
I box cotton I'srtl.
I " sliinlrle
1 " slllelrles
1 " eotton earil
1 " auinlirli's
" enlton cnnls
A V. WrlKht, Cairo
UA H, Cnlro
,11 II w
H Walter, Memphis
1 kes soiln none
1 lox sundries - S A liultn
1 Vta, cuiitents unknown noun
I trunk It Itrn, fur
tr V W
1 liox arid
1 " cotton crudi
I " sundries
I " f.lncer
I " boons ....
II A H, Cairo
J Vonjman, t urn
A .N line, Cliriiti.iiis,
1 " tolweoo .
I ii i
J !' sundries
1 " cotlee (,'tli .t Co., l.i.rn
1 libli crankert imno
1 Iwx II II llomlii Alnnr Ilonnelly
1 " suudriea , i.'ol llontfliertr
2 " hl.irklinj .. J I' (lllwon. t'alro
1 trunk John Mnitli, Henry Co,,
I hct Mr V t. Kclley, t.'ur-
-.Hi MM wall pnpe . Kllniehf-r.Ciiro, IIM
1 ehest non
I Mli uiatrrisva noun
i " iieiin ne.
t liox sundilss.
1 s.ifn ...
Oil l WLiusey .
. rat Moresy
,. Alimr.i Iloniu-llv
.. IMt Morcsy. . ,Q
1 ilimni; Uble
i .ii roux...,
I ft 1'iifk ir.i-1
i. iiiinieioii. T
1 lios sundries ..,
. Col tlointherty
,. Alonxt Donnelly
.. W J ThotnpiMin.
I kitclmi lal.lo
1 lox stlmlriet
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1 camp chet SiM llegt ! V
JMixioindric.,. W Jl Jljren, Kevr.ne.iril
I EM lll(lCliillc... ,i,u, '
a lirluk laiclunej.,.., ... , iionf
1 0M flsh.M iinnri
J ell link noun
1 mud mill M i none
1 btijjay wagon. none
Jj n .' n r.is i : j s cutio.v.
Hoard and T ilium er aniiiim, !XU,
HELLMUTH LrtDIES1 COLLEGE
Inailituratcil I y II It II l'..n r ithtir. llonr.l mid
Tuition ir aimum, fib,. Pre.l.lent, The Very
Itev. . neilllllllll, l l',l''ln rill.lull lid l.r
4-rnnii.iy-j. jiiyi.r i;,in
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Provi s;L onsi
UO OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
l I'M'I'dlv.l t
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lilniNor Html. Illntliiii,' tinil lliillnu',
?' OHIO WKVti.
BOOTS I SBD5S,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
clni'fii Waslilnu'liui Avn d INiplar SI
IIiinlHUiul Sluiew ,1ailiii Slriler. I'llien
WiirUineii Kniilio I'll.
JI..VSSWAHE antl HOUSE EUKNsSlI
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
yuluaii inun vvuni
COMMERCIAL AVENUE CAIRO ILLINOIS.
sssr ssi ss ss w m - wrK m
MB sTSl I KB ssTl
AND MILL MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS,
l-IIK- n, niUllf, lri. lAmla mil Vr.,.,.. I.lnnlnm.
ICIIOl.AS I DITII
i i hi np o-r a irnl;
u in Ln n i nrLn
Cor. lVnsliIntMou Ap,S 11th St.,
uairo, - - a. i sttioisss
Keeps constantly nn hand (ho celebrated
Clt.VNF & IIUKED'S anil KAYMO.VD'S
AI1, all Hinds of Walnut and Illaek Velvet ( oltlnH.
Jin haHa.S'lendld Jlearir, and will
Attciul nil KuueraU 1st tit Oil)-.
HOOKS AS I) STATIONARY.
rjlWO MCiHTS O.VI.Y.
WiMliirsiIny niMl Tliurslay
SEPT. 'JIST AXIr t!JI.
AUK t.VSAS '4.lIi:iIA.
ASO HIS (IllftT
EX(JE1.SI()H 31 INSTUELS
In lie- r iikiii t.il li i aleitiuiiliH'iil.
r.vt'ijlltina AV, .Moral mnl
,Aillulliill3i,"l ltiei vl SvhI J ft
tlV.V.S V. UIiMU'.KT,
.VTTOlt.VKVS AX1 COL'.N.sr.LI.IIUS AT
Wllllnm II. tirn u, )
WIIIIiiiu II. SJIIIierl, 1- CAIKO, ll.I..
tin., i: :iiiiei-i. I
' rH 'i.ilatteiitiiu uoen u Ailmi ral Ijr and 3ieam
tlllli r oil Olilo l.e ve, Itoniua 7 ami
user I'll)' Kalluiittl llnuls.
i.i.i:n, whiih Ai mrrisK u
ATTORN BTS AT LAW,
Oilier, lit Urois' New Uiillill"Ki corsser
of ltlls NU. nml Cousiiierrliil .s,!i
. AIICII, J
II. WsUnn Ws-ltli
! l llisllrr,
OHIO i.r:vi:j:, OAIHO.
c'UlsTOiN ii SOXS, - Proprietors
Aro N'oss luk'ull Oiscrwlluts.-
Mensra. Fulton Jt Huna iuq prsparc I to furnish
all lud of l-lour uf tUu test quaJlly. and alto
Mill Kved cf all kinds. Qraham Fur, insaoks
nr In leas iitiantlly, 'luada from Ihc best Wniia
Wheat. ' " apnlfldU
NsJ tin R
ssaJ mSt 22
. i - i "5 a
ss S ' r. ft -
RENNIE & C
SEWELL & CAMERON"
, i i ai iih i
a L'IsV IIIHslHI U
. yibSiiA SUM V If MMBI
lcM'riitiinClri'iilnra and I'd''" tilst su
m sssm si r-a sa sss sm m m m mm v v
a Wl I W sV m m m
IE, SOU AUD HAIDON
. .FOIl BALK AT...
Is t'heaier anil littler lbn I
Mitopror all na (except tNli-
ST csasneaiior sssssBr win
dow a without watart falsss.
(III 1'ioiiia, noon, Tablet, ml I
aunnoiiirara, rninsi saartii-
ei nml (Jlatawara. sa fur
Uaticral llossta lrnrtlac; Pur
tioars. Far I'ollatilntr Knlvea, Tfiissnre,
Hrass, SSteel, Iron, and all Masalllu
Warea. Keinovea. aa lv Maiclo. Mtaliia
ami Itutl, iFiit'lnst a brlllliiul urfiM'e.
riuul lo Nrr.
For Sale ly IIAIICLAY HltOS
PIECES FREE FROM
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l"or X3.n.tlii K- KTo
dniiKor rt liiMlnc
it. nm xx floats on
Till U not maiiufarsum1 sva.
ler, lull solars dlve.tt rrom
llie Kiirlii(ia, nt Snratunt rt
Vmk. lUalllifiil rs-lcahlUK-l!r"
uiviii i . n I... Ii Mil salt ir ii rule.
iinrklluir aiitl Urlulit, rrom Hie
Blue Lick Water
BLU LICK SPRINGS
KKXTtTKYV reals lot 'just
received kept list kr, auil far
IOIl VICKNUIIHCi v m:w
Tho siletullil tlrst -class pan.onjer
fuijii itciHv aiviiinvr,
HKUBEK M:AI taii.r CHAII..lIIUKIt,ark
Will lesr.vfor the shots' ihH ll lnerwllat prl
on next 1 1 3
Saturday E'riing,S6jf 24
Oiarrisalof ilia aftonloan trslna. sVsjsisit or
seidlWta ' n