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Loom, Hiikvitiks. Tho Hov. Mr.
Orutit, tlio nowly appointed Presiding Kl
deroftho Cairo district, will nil the pul
pit of tho M. K. Church, In this city, noxt
Hunday morning and aronlng.
Col. Taylor will return homo about
tho 6th of October.
Circuit court adjourned, yesterday
evening, until 0 o'clock Monday rnornlui;.
-Official minutes of proceeding! of tho
lait meeting of tho City Council, will ap.
pear on Moaday.
Polio, business is PIycd out'
Tho fitting of tho Grand Jury enforcei
general good bebaTior.
Mji. Emmons Iim reslgnsJ h" Pi
tlon in flnt assistant in tho public schools,
on account of 111 health.
Tho great "Arkansas comedian
will nr ba accused of uitraTngant court
y to tho newspaper fraternity.
Tho l'aducah Ktntuckian iayt the
Quickstep baso ball club of that city, will
gire tho Cairo Dolta club a warm wvl
The Gharltttcn bM ball club decline
to play the third game with tho Dulta's,
in Cairo. They insist that thu gamu shall
be played on neutral ground.
Tho Charleston brass band has been
engaged to furnish muiic fur the Hickman
county fair, and will arrive iu Cairo, en
route for Hickman, on Monday.
Mr. Scott Whit has commenced the
rvmoval of bit ttock of good from 121
Commercial avenue, to hit iplendld new
itoro homo on the corner of Ohio Levee
and Sixth stmt.
Hort. Thoma A. K. Holconib, Demo
cratlc candidal for the .Slate Senate, from
this diitrict, will address the Democracy of
Cairo, on Friday evening, September iOtb.
Sett hit announcement, published else
where. Twenty or thirty of our citizen pro
pose to atUnd tha fit. Loul fair. The Iron
Mountain railroad company will issue half
fare ticket!. Will the Illinois CVntral
road and the Memphis and St. Lotiit pack
Our friond Marx, a popular and en
terprising Leva clothier, U receiving hit
rail and Winter itock. If be hai laid in
aatock that It creditable to his judgment
and good taite, he will be apt to lay io
through the columns of tho Hci.liti.n.
Sneak thiovei abound, juat now, quite
plenteouily, A full grown roan, belong
ing U this obnoxious element of our popu
lation, keeps a watch on the doorstep and
rar porches for tho change set out for thu
milk man. A family, on Tuntb street, lost
a dollar, yeaterday evening, In this way,
and other familloe ham lost small sums,
froui a dlino to a dollar.
Mr. Holconib, Democratic candidate
for tha State Senate, delivered nn able and
effective speech In Anna, on Tuesday eve
ning. II exposed In a masterly manner
the extravagance, hypocrisy iind corrup
tion of tk party in power, and showed that
a return to an honest and economical ad
ministration of the government, wai
hinged with tbu nicest" of tho Democratic
Merchants, clothiers and others re.
celvlng new goods should remember that,
If they advertise in tha tho Hcllktin, they
can addrta at least eight hundred persons
cry evening. Tbron fourths of all the
married ladles in the city read the lii'L
LxriK. .Tost think what a chance the
paper furnishes 'merchants to talk about
dress goods, trimmings, hoiiery, silks,
furs, Haras, ote. It is unexampled en
i)LMOHito Lnxcil. To-morrow, Sun
day morning, at 10 o'clock, a freo lunch
will bosproad at tho Pclnionlco Saloon.
French soup, turkoy, game and meats will
bo served., On tho lk-lmonico bulletin
board will be posted all the war news re
wired from 12 o'clock to-night until 10 to.
morrow, i tf
Frm Lc.vch AVTfn lUi-riVKTo-NiuiiT.
r It-vajUl be borno.in mind that the raffle for
Uarry Walker's dwelling homo will take
place at Louis Herbert' to-night, at 10
' o'clty.? 'Imroidlatoly' thereafter, Herbert
l J yill iprrad a JtounUful lunch, of which
veryoouy may iarmu wiiuoui muiiuy
and, without price.
Dkuocratiu Kaily. There will bo a
meeting of the Democracy of Cairo, at
Mrs. Oaffnoy's ball alloy, on Monday ave
ningaaxt., for the.purpoio of forming a
Democratic Club. Messrs. Allen, Green,
Oberly and others will make speeches.
Citizens of other ward aro invited to at
Flora Gaadxn. Flora Garden still
presents all file attraction's that rendered it
such a popular place f resort during the
Summer, tAa clover proprietor abating not
a whit af his eforts to'ploaw hit visitors.
T-saorror tha garden will be open as
'suaai, ahd everybody is invited. There
win be music, teu pins, in itch shooting,
to., ana abundance of refreshing drinks
wr ino tnirsty. p. PISH KB,
i , Proprietor.
A 11X8810 X TO Til R LADIKS. It il UOt
necessary to coat the faded fibers with
filth, or to stain tha skin, in ardor to renew
in your blanching Tingleu tho lustrous hue
of thair prime. PnxLo.Va Vitama, ok
HAtTATIOK for TBst lliiiR, na cloar and
transparent a fluid aa that which aparkles
inyoureolonge bottles, effects tha change
mora sausiactoruy man any otuor prepa.
ration in tho world. sepIQd&wlw
For ttio ISuilotln.)
r Local: You nro fairly
squarely entitled to thanks from every
man and child In the city for your strictures
on thu impediments mado to tho cross-
... i.,r;.l. tnimsiors. AS an inus-
WHllli V wuii.ii '
tration of this nuisaiico allow me to relate
an Incldont, bearing on the subject, In
which I was one of tho parties and the suf
ferer. One day recently while endeavoring to
cross ovor to tho poit-offlcu thcro was, as
usual, tho inevitable teamster, with it pair
of wheels on cither sldo of tho cross
ing, with one foot on a 'hind spoke of the
TeamUtr. "Wa'll, Jack, hov few ye
bin 7 Halnt seen yo in a coon's ago"
ViVn. "Mlddlin, thank ye how be
you how's all at home
Myiel. "Teamster, please move on and
let me pass."
Ttaimter. "Yes ,marm, in a minute."
Tho conversation continues, however,
about "kcows, ' "hosi.es" and domestic af
fairs generally. I mako another uppcal,
in desperation, and finally ho moves hi
team. "Git upl "Ua Mang" and they
ga'langtd' In a stolid style, and I managed
to reach the post office just nt tho last mo
ment to mall an Important letter.
Will tho City Father pass an ordinance,
impoing a line on theto incorrigible
fellows, and see to it that tho police en
force it? Your truly,
8,pt. 23, WO. CATHAKl.VK.
Mkktino ok the City Council Tho
City Council, Thursday night, received
and approved the assessment list, and made
the necessary levy. The total of the as
Sfssment is $'J,M9,&7H. Upon this sum tho
Council levied one-half of one jmr cui
turn, or $14,707 8tt, for tho getio'nl fund
and over-due bonds j two -fifths of one
per centum, or $11,83H, fur interest on tho
Fox, Howard ic Co. bonds, and thrcu-flfths
of one per centum, or $17,757, for tho Im
provement fund, making a total of 1 1 ifl'Ji,
The oxperncs for the fiscal your are es
timated as follows:
On act. bonds, etc., - 114,710 00
On act. Foi, H. A: Co., 0,S 10 00
On act. General Kxpinses, 30,000 00
It il estimated that at Ust $16,000 will
be derived from fines, licenses etc., which,
with the taxes will form a total of W,VJ2
ample for all tha expenses of tho year.
The wharf, owned by the l'roporty Trus
tees, was assessed at $100,000. Tho Prop
erty Trustees asked that it be reduced to
$5,000. A motion to grant the request was
voted down, Alderman W inter moved
that IU valuation bo fixed at 75,000. Coun
maa Jergensen moved to substitute 1 0,000.
Tbo amendment was rejected, and the orig
inal motion caarled by a votoof C to 5.
Alderman McKeu introduced a resolu
tion to exempt ull persons who hav paid
their street-tilling assessment, from thu
payment of any part of tho principal or in
terest of the debt due to Fox, How aril A
Co. Tho resolution was referred to tho
City Attorney. Tho council, then, after
tho transaction of some unimportant busi
Tin: following items prepared for our
river columa, yesterday, were crowded out
bv Hon. S. S. Marshall's great speech,
hlch wo gave entire. Wo present them
to-day as not altogether uninteresting:
The Ohio it still falling everywhere,
ith scarcely enough water to Pittsburg
according to tho words of a telegram from
that city, "to float a skltT. Thr is scant
20 Inches In the chute down th falls, and
only three foot steamboat water from
Louis villo to Cairo.
Intelligence reached horo lal eve
ning, of the sinking of tho steamer P.din
burg, near Island 40, a few miles above
Memphis, but no particulars have reached
us. Iho Kdtnburg lett Here last mesuay
nlght, with a full load from Louisville to
New Orleans. Tho boll boat Tho. F.
Kckhert, Capt. Dtigan, U at the w reck,
and may possibly raho her.
Vhkmii, Seasonaulk, Stvukii and
Ciikat. The cheapest, freshest, and moit
seasonable and fashlonnblu stock of dry
goods, clothing, etc., may lo found at 13S
Commercial avenuo, Messrs. Goldstinu V
Rucnwater. Tho Fall stock is now arri
ving, frcli installment! being received
every day, and every lady or gcntlnmn
that has inspected it pronounces It just the
kind of a itock demanded by tho market.
Furthermore, Mcasrs. Goldstlno A:
Rosenwatorhave requcstod u to tny to
the public that, whilo a belter assorted
freslier or mora fashionable stock cannot
bo found in tho country, thoy will permit
nobody in tht country to undtritll Arm.'
They proposo to satisfy themselves with
small profits, and to guarantee full satis
faction'to tholr customers in every instance
Drop in thoro, and you can soon satisfy
yourself that this notice is not n "pull," but
a plain candid statement of facts. dlw
Prei'ark Your Fi'ii vor thk Win
tbb. Moss' coal yard, foot 11th street, is
abundantly supplied with Mt. Curbon, Du
Quoin and Ohio rivor coal, which will bo
delivered in any quantity desired in any
part of tho city, at tho lowest rates ruling.
Kvery load of coal is weighed, and full
roeasuro given. DuQuoln coal is fur
nished by Mr. Itoss, at $ 30 per car load.
Leave your order now for your wintor's
supply. Tberst is no probability that coal
will be any cheaper, and there is u chanco
that it will be higher. Lay in your win
ter's supply then while tho streets art in
good condition, and tho price is reasona
ble. Frid. BLAhXivniiRo, of tho Waihlng-
toa saloon, is a judgw of ood beer,
and keeps no other kind. His St. Louis
lager is, confessedly, tbo bostkopt in Cairo
Call or bim ami try It. tf
BiiBO.A.IK0 BTTZLXjETIIsr, 3EFTBMBBB
I'.Saui, tobacconist, nt 102 Commorcia
avenue, presents unusual attractions to tho
trade in tho lino of chewing, uml smoking
I tobacco, clgur.", pipe", etc. Ills cigars,
inanufiictnred from tho best and finest
' stock, enjoy a reputation second to none In
tho market, and nro told wholesulo and re
tall on the most accommodating terms.
Ho hasiccently enlarged his cigar manu
factory, and so Increased his forco as to bo
be able to supply all future demunds, how
ever largo. Tho retail, as well as tho
wholcsalo trnde, can bo accommodated no
whoro in a bettor or more satisfactory man
ner. m 19 f
Thk Commercial Hotel. This well
known house has been rc-oponod under tho
proprietorship of Mr. Joseph .Haylis, a
very clover gentleman, who enjoys tho ad
vantago of an extensive acquaintance
among river men and in quite all
the towns on cither river. Ho has fur
nished every purt of tbo houe with now
furniluro and fixtures, and propoes to keep
just such a hotel as the traveling public
and local custom demands. Like the sen
sible man ho Is, Mr. Haylis makes known
his business through tho advertising col
umns of the Culro Hui.let:.v, Informing
the public where "a good, square meal,'
and first-class, hotel accommodations can
be obtained on tho most satisfactory tormi.
The Sultry Season. Tho Summer
months aro here, and as asual bring u long
train of discuses many dangerous and
fatal. It is the season when nature can do
little in recuperating our exhausted
strungth, and when wo aro required to for
tify our physique against tho dangers arii
ing from tho universal prevalency of sick
ness. Tho only truo safeguard 1 that
pure and reliable tonic and invigorntor,
MishlerV Herb Hitter.', which is Indorsed
and recommended by tho medical faculty
and by unnumbered thousands of persons
In uvJrv cltv. town and vlllnceintla'coun-
trv, who lia'vo tested its remedial virtues,
and by Ita aid preserved or rtcovorcd their
health. It will purify tho blood nnd se
cretions ; euro every form of indigestion,
and allord immediate ruhcrin caio or dys
entery, colic, cholera, cholera morbus and
kindred diseases. Provide yourself now
agalntt a lime of need. Delays are often
dangerous. Price one dollar per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
Slip 19 dikw -l
The Talk ahoi't Klliott, Havtiioii.n
A; Co. Fathers and mothcri, lads and
lassie', In all part. of tho city, nro talking
about the new stock of boots and shoes
just reclvod by Klliott. Hnythorn .V' Co.
For Iho wholesale trade there are cords on
cords of cases ; but in l.ii, retail buyers
aro not specially Intcrvstod. Tho retail
department forms the attraction with
thorn. So many new style, such bcautlfu
gaiters, such splendid boots 1 The like was
never sowi In Cairo. And then there are
Kclsimcr patent shoe, Arctic bout.
French cwlf boots, ami all other kinds of
boots, sowfd and pegged, for gentlemen i
and felt slippers, (a luxury i, Sensation
shoes, French heeled and Grecian bend,
and all other style of shoes and slippers,
for ladies, misses and children' Tho
stook islmnif'tisc, unequaled, beautiful hhd
cheap! Wo looked through the establish
ment this morning, and know whereof
we speak, when wo declare that Klliott,
Hnythorn V: Co., are prepared, better than
ever, to supply all demands, ordinary or
extraordinary, for boots and shoe, lie
fore you permit anybody, then, to lure you
into the purchase of foot-wear, go see
Klliott, Hnythorn & Co. sepf.3tf
"What Doe Keasos Sav ! Tho little
mongoose when bitten by a deadly erpcut
resort to a certain plant, eats of it, and
escape tho effect of tbo poison. That i
instinct. Humnn beings on tho other
hand, must depend on reason and exper
ience in selecting the means of protecting
health nnd life against unwholesome In
fluences. Xow what does reason say on
this vital subject ? Does it not tell us
that to invig jrato and purify the yteui 1
tho host way to protect it ngaint tho In
visible poison which generate dien-o ?
Surely it doe-. Thu ncxtquestlon ii, what
guide shall wo follow In choosing u med
ical mfeguard '. Keaou replle let your
monitor bo uxperiencu. Well, tho exper
ience of eighteen yiar i-omiri;ed in ono
unbroken turie of satisfactory testimon
ials as-ures u that Hostetter's Stomach
llltttrs po::c.i strengthening, regulating
and nntiseptlo properties which aro not
combined In the samo happy proportions
in any preparation oxtant. This there
foreis the antidote to which reason bids us
reort when our health U Imperiled either
by tho malaria which produce epidemic
disorders or ly any other cause, whether
inherent and coiiititutioiml nr connected
with our lmbit'. occupations orpur.ulta.
Tho venom of a noxious reptile is scarcely
morueuhtlc and dangerous than thnt which
lurks in foul air and impure- water. To
escape) tlio fuvura, lilloui ilUonlcrs,-' dis
turbances of tbo bowels, and other serious
maladies produced by theso iusalubrltious
elements, it is absolutely neceary that
tho stomach nnd ull the sucretlvo organs
should be, i-o to ipcak, In a robut condit
ion. Upon tho amount of reitncu which
tho vital system can opposutotho deleter
ious influences that assail itj tho safety of
tho health depends,, uml it is becausu the
great vegetable invigorant Imparts
enemy and rogulnrlty to the most Impor
tant functions of tho body, thut it can bo
recommended and guaranteed as an inval
uable preventlvo medicine.
"Wakimi l?r. Peoplo begin to realize
that our respected ancestors imi'st havn hail
u very Incouvenienl tmoof it without rail
roads, steamer, gas, friction niatchos, tole-
irraphs, oxnresse, sowing machines, and
last, and par consrquet ice not least, Charter
Oak Cooking Stove. sspPMOtwlw
Xoncr. ok Kemoval. W. U. Kock
well & Co. will commence removing their
stock of books, stationery, muslcnl Instru
ments, , on or about the 2Cth Inst., to tho
storo room now being vacated by Mr,
Scott White, No. 121 Commercial Avenuo
where, on or beforo tho 1st of October,
thoy will bo prepared, with now goods and
increased facilities, to contlnuo tho book
stationery, now, picture and picture
frame business, in all Its branches.
Thoy will also establish a News Depot
at No. 73 Ohio Loveo for tho accommoda
tion of tho traveling public, and all others
who may wish to obtain tholr nows matter
there. " 8cpt23dlw
The Gehmak School I) all. On Mon
day evening next, tho ball for tho benefit
of tho German School, will como off, In
School's hall, nnd It is confidently ex
pected that a largo number of our most
rcspectablo ladles and gentlemen will bo
present and participate. Tho managers
havo mado all needful arrangements to in
sure success, nnd It will bo somewhat sur
prising If tho hall is not well filled.
Tho object as stated, is to provido means
to meet wants of tho German school. This
object certainly meets tho approval of
everybody who feels an interest in tho suc
cess of our educational Institutions. Tick
ets are only ono dollar. Uuy one, whether
you danco or not.
The Mechanics' Boarding house, corner
of Third and Commercial, Is constantly
growing In popularity. Mat IJurns, tho
proprietor, is exerting himself to desorvo
public patronago, and his efforts nro being
handsomely rewarded. His boarders al
ways wear a pleasant face when they come
from their meals, because ho feeds them
well. His rooms arefurnlshcd in Jlrstrato
stylo; tho house is lighted with gas, and
the bar i.s supplied with as tluo liquors as
can bo found in Cairo. Thu house' Is al
ways open, night nnd day, for thu reception
of guests and tho transaction of business,
and everybody is kindly received and hot-'
pliably entertained. Boarding and lodg
ing fivo dollars per week, or ono dollar per
Salt's oyster saloon, (just opened) nnd
restaurant at 102 Commercial avenue, es
pecially commmund themselves to every
body who wants oysters stowed, fried,
roasted, or raw J oysters by the dozen can
orca-ejora lunch, or a "good squaro
meal" served in thu very best stylo of the
culinary art. The rooms nro well fur
nlshod and retired, insuring the patron
whether lady or gentleman, perfect exemp
tion from Intrusion. Tho best supplied
and most extensive cofectloncry in the
city, is in connection with this establish
went, ready at all times to supply wedding,
picnic and other parties, ball, families,
etc., with tho choicest cakes and confec
tions, on short notice, and in any quantity
doslrod. Hemember the place, nnd give
the establishment a share of your patron
Charter Oak- Conking Stove the best
In use for sale by C. W. Henderson 130
Commercial Avenue. See JadvortUcmcnt.
aug 2tM lm.
Ewcll ic .lacob will furnish Gasolino
jfor Gasoline lamps nnd oves at low
1 1 i i ss- - -
Go to 0.1 Ohio Lcvecand buy the Au
rora oil for 30 cents per gallon. Those who
have it know Its value. tf.
- - -
Louis Herbert is in coustant receipt of
freh Baltimore oyster, which he will
.crvu up to customers in any stylo desired,
on short notice and in tho most satisfactory
Fine French calf boot, and gonts
wear generally custom work may bo
found at KUiot, Hnythorn & Co's, at low
er prices than elswhere In tbo city. tf.
The Aurora oil Is perfectly clear,
mm-oxploslvo; 't will glvo entire satis,
faction, and can bo had at 0.1 Ohio Loveo
for tho Incnnsldeniblo sum of 30 cents per
gallon. ' tf
W. W. Thornton, No 13J ThorutonV
block, Tenth trvet has jiui received three
hundred boxc of class, varying in Izo
from 8x10 to 30x10. For sale, wLolesalo
I'l.oi.'ii Choice Family Flour ill I bl
half bbls., sack., c, for nalo at tneKgyp-
thin Mill.. nugstt
Foil a glass of splendid St. Louis lager
beer tho best in tho city go to tho
WashiiP'toon saloon, corner Washington
avenuo and Fifteenth treet. tf
Kooxomy. B' tulner Mr. Whltcomb'i.
Syrup for children, many a doctor', bill
can bo saved, ami much suiicrlng averted.
Bead tho advertisement in anotiier column
consldor Simons' Liver
Regulator a! thopre-ervor of.thelifeof my
littlu son, who U now In blooming noirin.
MBS. LLLK.N .MKAl-ll.t.M,
IliviMd Room Girls "Waxte'ii at thk
SAirvr, CllAKI.ES. We want immediately
llirco l.i I cspcriuHvw M....-f, o"
whom liberal wages will bo paid. Apply
- V S-Yt 1'. t
to JEWKTT W I l.UUA iv
Spn23tf St.iCharlcs Hotel..
' w ''
Skiht Priceless. Money cannot
i,i T.nriiru and Morris' nurfected
poctaclewlll prestrvo it.. No glimmer-
ing or wavering ot signi, peculiar io
others in use. Taher Bros solo agents for
Cairo und vicinity. See advertisement.
uugjll d&w tf.
Dwellino House or Re.vt. A con.
vnninntlv Arranged brick . residence,
ir.iit.rnnk avenuo. containlni:
"'IHHIVH Ull -. - i
isvnn r.Miuiii 11 nd a kltclion. necessary VuU
lioiMtu. tnf.r.i vardand' Harden, vines and
shrubbery, for rent ciL.reahopablo .tonus.
Apnly to v.ii.Tini.HAr.
AVantki). Fivo hundred dollars in city '
' scrip, and flvo hundred dollars in county '
j orders, Apply to
.1 KV KTT W I LCO A It CO.,
scp2t-lm St. Charles Hotel, Cairo 111. J
Ak Kjjkmy i.v Your Mouth. Do not
put an enemy in your mouth, to steal
uway your teeth. Beware ot destructive
tooth washes, und tooth powders, many of '
which nro baso Imitations oCSo.odont. In
suro a llfo lcaso of sound teeth and fra- j
grant breath, by adopting tho fragrant So
.iL'ni riMtsnS sflrtrtf"
ln awl niii-ktts) tiii
sjrAifi.m n uKua
house, mends cvorythlng. scplO coil
Go to .1. O. Bagwell, Photographer,
corner Eighth street, and Ohio Loveo, for
pictures, Carto do Vlsltei, etc. Having
mado arrangements with soma of tho best
artists of our large cities, ho respectfully
solicits orders for copying nnd enlarge
ing old pictures. Call at his rooms and
see specimens of work In that line,
Mlll.rcv, 1'iwliirah. Atliaeton, CuliiinLu, ,
ii.ir.itt, x. o. At '"''. ': n
M, f Jill Col'JWlo, si l.ntl
Mnnrn " CUV of I.tn"l' Y;r i
Tmsnlolloaell," SXT' ;
Ili-lf.isl, HI. Lntlls,
MnllKtMo' r. ,81. 1.oUH, My ,taVry" '"
The weather continues mixed with sun
shlno and shadow, and tho tcnipcratur.j is
quite warm, Indicating rain, which is
Tho river is stationary, Lutf ns nil tKo
rivers above aro falling, It will ho fulling
hero to-night, nnd wo may look ifor ex
tremely low water this Vull so tJy steam
boatmen. Tho 3ilsstssippi at St. Louis and all its
tributaries nbovo that port aro falling. ,
Tho Ohio continues falling at Vittslmrg, ,
and navigation suspended except for tho
Tory llghtist boat nnd barges, it N abouT
utat'iotmry tit Loulivlllo iwith nineteen
inches In "tho chute ovcrjiho falls nnd throo
anda half in tho channel out W Cairo.
Tho'Mincola ha' contluiled Ut loy up
hero until thcro is worn waterln tho Ohio
river, or less in tho MUsUaippL Capt.
.Miller will probably go to l'lit-ln-Bay.
the resort of many Cinclnnatlans.
and try his luck at, fishing.. l
Two steamer, tho Colossal nnd Indiana
lmvolo uled entirely at our wharf during
tho prist week, and fully mother l.irg- ,
steamboatdoadof freight has Wen shipped
on various others.
Busiucii hero continues good. Tim City I
of Kvansvlllo brought out abotit 'i Km
lor Cairo and below. ,
Tho Indiana 1im nearly completed her
cargo, and will positively leavo for Now j
Orleans at an early hour this afternoon-
Among other Items of her trip, wo notice
nearly ono hundred gypsies, men, women '
and children, with a largo number of wag
ons and 100 lioise', bound for point along j
tho coast la-low Bed River.
Tit tt'o.t Wind bftj brought out I icy
w v ' - --
bbli. Hour, 5 tons lundric.Sfor rohipmont
South, and 5 tons Cairo frolglit. -
The Jennie Howell broke n cylinder and
T head near Helena anil cam!- hare tin ono j
engine. She will await repairs horo. A '.
now cylinder has been cnt lor Her at t,m-
Tho Edlnbur was rim' uu a bar before
she sunk, near Island !, niul the water is
two feet deep over hn- nwr UK'!., nni:
can bo easily raliiil. . '
Tho Hollo Momphlf, fur .Memphis, aim
tho Mollio Bagaii, fur .Kvaiuville, are tho
regular packets to-day.
The l'aducah packets leave dally, except
Sunday, at 4 p.nul .
w tsissf . met si Atm m m . sv
THE DAVIS VEllTUUIi VKKtt
Tln rumplctohl, Slmplcl and
Suwlue JSIacli I iu i i'
Cor, St, & Washington Ave
111 ui-iiii.ui. ii --
........ .1 ... !.....-, ..ln.ru nr.. Il.'.t
'pi... '.i t.ji n. mvm srwi.Mi macii-
I.M, III (III- AUailllQ ruii 'i ..n. T .; t '
tliwiwii, auitli')re llu), luppHal all oilier, l"
jiresloiUiuiwua'NlHil'I'l 'l- . ,. , .
Il never UW n any kist-1 of wnrls. I i lin'l'-'
t-aiiiNliiig f n Tew stroll,' MJii, una us ii'.riiciu
fecft snuiSi's it ( run MiVs-naiaei sail tu writfor-'
licrnviitlioiitimtriueof tUtun or temloa.
Clothing' ailtt LloVc-inaimfiiclurcra I'lffi-rlt to
atl' otliofn, ami tha It i Jiol Iho till lit! for frailly
ening t'ltt) lioily wil I uokiioiih'ilgo nfli-r i-xani-
Mrr lltulcm havo nev'rl ue ainlilitlVrciit
nlye.of tlaislh and respectfully InvitoH
want Up 4 - . J..
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fc . uu nj'ui;&iinn.
Manufacturers of Steam Engines
AND Mil I micuimcdv ocr Ai i leflMnc
Kork.Dt , I.rass
ii.k. iTinwnuii.li. I iii-siiwtjj
s I l iutjr.i!, Jiunmit, Hiilr-inl an.l llrldfi.) Work. Keeps ( istiuty
im-Is wn.S Knitinff tr minings.
Vltr fifi'l i i'ji lis
jTic'JLOii.is i i:itii
Cor. Waxliitivtoit A vo. .V; 1 1 III UU,
Ci.iX0, m m m Xll 1X310 It
Keeps constaally en liaail Hie cch dratn-l
CUAMU .V liJtCKD'S and UAV.noXD'S
Alu . ml k iails of Walnut nnd lllack Wlrot r.ilHus.
1 1 I Ii is k sjiltnllit Ili.nrse, niil u I
Altencl nil I'uilrrnl-t In the Clly.
.UOOUS AXD STAT10XAKY.
Vtetf unly, an I sut Tin-. lUallli eii'l
iia.. i (Vhi ui'.WAltll f.iraiii' cio i( uliesio.
la n Stlrf WI.WI U..r 1 il rrn.
Tiiife anJ -l.trlntttlt
In die JfcllCAl I.I.I. lit. IU
CIIAL".i UOUIEN ANirtlOTB
i . ...ilv 11. (ill. .Ilnrrtti.
CoioUilut ai -I na l;ai are rwiranirr..
'u.V't Vi7.il.' i r.,,,. i,f lhi.uit.ti4 Ktrlr rw!i
hy IMIr ui wl. . loeU hope. njK?:
Ml is lae-raMe by llie Utl i1x meJIcsl
ri'it. ltrciiAitioiDKij ;
w.- Th..,nt an.l fatlu H r.' i ye: Luuna-
atl'W .J!i,. 1-uriDer kuown, re.
""r: ihi n.i turn
Ih.blny;! P-rea Myitw., f.tlT
muvisj sets !!
II ll I l.l llll'i 1
HA1.HX. No. ' cur,s "u"11 " ,
r.lieuvlsia I" lt lu '"m,i n'1.
le rrlltl la all eases. , , ,4
litr No. I ut,'.', s)j j.r bvltlf, or two
AXTU'UTK. a ra'":tJ cure for all Mlurf '
KH' AU'St liUliDlaPr-'
.".mow or iinniiumwwji ; ,
younit i Imiurllii tniTgy wllh woinletful eStct.
rnc t I tr wjmia i "'i' i, win bj
Circular sent. ipi" rr 0
discount. . .' ,1Mn-. --.,H Vailck.
Aildress, nil. I', n. "' '
T KUVFIi, M. . cr
I'l .i MivViiF iVrnor ilf N uelfrlh'otJik
Waliiasi;n' .... ((hKIOK ltm'BS-1'rom ID
V UHflWliNOK-.No. SI, Tlilrtt-sjUtlihtrnet
,e-neenAViihin-!toii Avnuo ami NVslnut Street.
OFFICE -Wommrial Aeuuriip elalrs. ,
0. IIM-Nti: -Corner Ninth and MMnt tit.
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i 1 ui S !
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ii mr . I fin a
SAM. .VM. t, k r. II 3 y
crealtst ati tvlrcs Inowa. ' 2 H
Ilk. HU'UAl'ri 10l,I)Ef fifl ffl-
i-i i viii nium'lt Ii ihe ."It
On receipt or price, iho rr "'".-r . M w
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AVENUE CAIRO ILLINOIS.
RENNIE & CO
Solo Aouts r ox
CAIVIERON'S SPECIAL STEAM
SEWELL &. CAMERON'S
U id Fty-H Pin;
Nsr.r ptltn ( irculars and Prleii Mil sent
mi son ako nmi
33n.x-olcv37- 33 x o sss
...vtm s.viii: at.
liCtiraiier and brttrr tliait
Hnuror oil ft xreiit svmli.
Inc elnf hrl lur t Irmiliiir Win.
llo Wlllioill vtmtrr, I'nlnl.
ISII S'loili, S'laoi-M, Tnlilcn, anil
nil Wuoilsvnrk. 4'lilim, Karlli
en hhiI Olmewitrr. unit fur
Oeneral llou-o tieilitltii; I'nr.
for lalUlililr KtilvcM. liiistliro,
llrnee, Nlcel, Iron, nnil nil .Mrlnllln
ASrcs. Htiuoveii, iim ' .Wnulc, kikIik
ml Mini, IntvlilK lirlllliuit alirlacr,
riial to .i w.
For Sale liy BAUCLAY BBUS
POItf ALK AT
PIECES FREE FROM
33 A. Il Oil ufJv-VS"
clnuKoi- of J timiiiK
st. tm it flontw on
tlxo wntor, it
ThUUnot innnufnriiirr vn-
I t-r, Uiil. cuiiira illreat friim
tlir Siu'liiye, mt tfaralotfu,
I "lialltifUl rft slillIC""-
' i" VHrlu .7 frm , tll5 NEW
.F....u . M
Blue Lick Water
BLUE LICK SPRINGS
i ICrNTIlKY-.Kre.li lot Just
TtrelVf il Us'iit uu let-, und for
. ..I trilUJLUM
T . 1IAI(HIX,
4 wLtat :.v
I it SW'ABE Und 1(9 I'M? lTKHsSK
J85cind;l7 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
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