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ilUO BUSINESS HOUSES
Soli. -'An' luinu firm can have three line
I , in uiik l uiuinn unuer (piiropriai neaumg
lint- lair ui tl i wr month ur till pet Jeer
n) utile iihi it riv ii ailvaure.
llnnl -, ftliivea aud Tin Wr.
t Hil l vv tnatnvea.Tlnand Hard
Aurr, l.anW-n nd frurmrn luiplriiieiit, Wira
ji.mia, HAinjrvinwa, m...,-
1 1 tummcrcutl Avenue, l.uilering, and Juu
itovL iloiiron aimri ihhiw.
.1 . S . M rt A H K V -1 lealor 1 11 hard nail oll I .1111
r, Untiring, ceiling, llillng mt aurf.il
i.ihIkt, llli ami .lunglea. tB. js au.l jaij
inner I wmileiu atrial mi'l IVaaliingtun avenue
I.ASt ilTKR A ltlCK--Uelei!i In a,h.
tiKiit, blind, lc., hunt and ult lumber and
litugle. Vd nl ollH't. tmuiurrual euue,
iirnrr 17th trte.
i ie- u Hrii
Ik IlillTUiM IkLr In I liiiMiiiwum Tuva
1...111I unit nil kind ol iMiivy riici'. umiinar-
veiiiie, turner tn
' fltoiavrapby .
WILLIAM WLNTEU-'Sixtli atrtwt between
'minuercial avenue will W Mlunrton avenue,
tioihiia; and Wertliaiti rullorlna;.
.IOHN A VI Kl M -.Me.re.lntit Tailor ami dialer
Hi lieaily Unlit Oolliing. K'lliio l.rvi.
Ileal t.alale Aftenelea.
M. J. HOWLKY-KMtl KaUte Agent. Buy
ami wile real ealat, collect rent. iy Itix
101 iion-reitidenU.etc. Commercial avenue, ut-ln-ll
II I otlun will 'lulmrcn Kaiti.ru anil ytu-
iii.ctorn ui lu ruriueea' louicr.j w an-li'iiite.
L'.4 til Cdiiiilinii n iHl Avenue.
1 1 tienera) Korwnrting ami Cnriiiuiiiin
merchant, lor Om wile r 1 mm, i.unl.n, Or
lianl ami Dairy I'rwliii. Jiii Ia-viv,
P A. WIIKEUAK At .0.
j (.eneral forwarding and ( omiuhaluii
merchant, ami dealer in ul kind of ruit ami
Produce, .t Olilo i.cw. oiiiKiiin'titji foIh:-lU-ti,
Hiencil lurnUheil on t-juiicaiinB.
Ir. Hunker HUK'r Wine) of Irou.
'l'h la truly valuable tonic t been a llwr
oiiKlily le'ted hy all claM;a -l ll nii.iiinuily
tiiat it ia now ilwmail ioiliaitrnaaliic tmuv
lii'illrlDf, It cuaU but utile, i.uritii thr
tilaud ami five tone to the atomai ti, n-unvatra
llif atatPIu ul (irulauga llle tvrrylwl)
itioula bav it.
of thf rnreof Wtak htuiuarka, (irnrrul fx
I'ilitr, In'llifHlon, Dlrai-4 of the hluinarli
ud I fur all caapa mtiiriH(a tonic
flila wine Incluilm ihc moat afirmljlr ami
tUirimt aalt ol iron we pnaaeaa -Cltraie ill
n.aifni-llr oiirle cdliiliinnl all thr mutt nfr
Knic of all ypxelaule t"Dl Tellotr Ivriman
lo vou want lomrthlnir to tit-fifMhtn jbu?
1 10 you want a gxA a -tiu-.'
I o you want 10 11 rul 01 uvrvouancaa V
I'O you want ent-nry 1
lo you want to ! well ?
Do you want to I'Uil'l up your conalilnt.uu
la you want to lel well V
Ho you want a tri-k unl Tljforom fulin V
If youdo, UT KL'Mvfcl.'S Kill Kit WI.NK
I only auk a trial of ttiii ml niolicine!
lit wart of counterfeit, an KuukH'a llill-r
Hiueo4 Iron ia ttie only aure anil iflcctuul
rmiMly in the known worM lor I Li- (irrinanriit
i-uir of Dj f jma and iitlillily.aji'l a iliet are
a imiMlair of uuitatioua otltreu to ttie pnlilic(
I wuulil caution tlie loiiiinunity to pur li.r
none but tbe X'uuine article, liianufacluieil by
L. Kunliel, and liaiDK lil ataup 011 the icit
of erery bottle. 'I he very lu t llial olliira are
;ryinK toioiitaie ttiia valuable iiieilii'jfie. proves
Ha wartnaudaiealu Toluiuea in It lavur. del
Hit genuine. L. 1 . Kunkel'a.
MiM only in (I lmtlie, o!il by ilrUKfia
anil ilealera every here. K. t . Kunliei, I'ro
linelcr, liii .Nonll luUi atreet, I'bllaleli.um.
TAl'K WOKM UEMtlVKD AI.IVK.
Ileail ami ill air.iit- in two hour. No
fee till bead (mumt. feat, I'm anil Miilliai h
tXonu relnuveil by lr. U mnel, 'i 'j Sonli
.N 1 nth a tree 1, I'lulaileluliia, I'a, keml lor cir
eiiiar orark you iIiukkI-1 lor a bottle ol ir.
hili.kel'a Whiiii .) ruu. It never Uila. I'mxH
I'arknuea ui Ket iiikI (umlurl f i
1 1 red Women.
Mr. Henry Ward IVcei her, hose lioue
hold knov)lt'd;e and perfect iiom-My no
one premimea to doubt, ri'i-oiutueoiUboum-
keepera to U'K Waabine, the new nulutltuU
lor ou(i. Hlie iy rlic It pleaded Willi It.
It i a Kfwrt aver ol lime and labor, and
nn 110 wore Injure dolliing tliun coiiiiuod
warm water. Mr. Kee' her U ttftt.
Wa-hitie baa many ifreat adY;inU:ca over
aoap. Jtwaalienin ono-lliird ol tlie time.
It almo-t entirely iloeaaway with rubbing.
Wabca well t'n hard water aolt. It 1
the only article known that will preTen
vsooleua trotn Hhrlnktng. mher articles an
it mmiewbat in wlilDKi but tbey Injure
the clothes. Waahiue positively will not
'lbeae are aotne ol the qttalltiea wlilrti
hare made W&nbine ao popular amoiii; the
intelligent hjunekct pern ol Aim rii . All
who are not ulng Wak!no will not reun t
It it they take epecial pains to procure ami
Vive it a trial. Wlce, i and 10 cent", bold
by all urocera.
Ilnpiiv relief to om jouner n.eo lr
Hie eaecta of error anii abuse, inl
() pH early life. Uaukood Itettorrd. 1m- Q
UJ n peillmenta to marriie reiiiove.1. y
J 2 New mith.Kl of treatment New
CJ Z!j and remai'kalile reineiliea. I'. Kikw Z
tfri nd circular aent free In aealeil
3 eiirelo, Aililen How ard a-
hih utioK, 41i N. Ninth i. I'hila- U
lelpbi. i'a. An institution hav- 3
iiiK a biKh repuiatiou lor bopor-j"
labie conduct and iirofrfioiuil
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
i QUICKEST ROUTE
1 St. Louis & Chicago
Tbo only Road Running Two
Daily Tmos from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
i'K) p.m. Kt Kxprts, arriving in St.
lyouiii 8;.'iU p. lu.; (ihicarfo, 1M, a.m.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
viLLE FAST LINE
Arrivini,'! n Cincinnati K:30, a.ui.; Lotita
villc, :a5, a.m.; Jndianpolin, 4.15 a.m.;
I'uanengiMa ly this train arrive at above
J W I II ! n .aw aBaaaalBi aaBkal
f ADVANO B
OF ANY OTHER ROUTE,
t.trrn m Irauf Mail wim atpunneu uttituh.
" id.' for 8T. I.OllIM and t'UICA(iO,
urriVlDS oi 'OUl ni u;.Kl a. 111. VIII
caito at p.ui. yuiiiieeiiux ai uuiu
or Ktlinnhaui lor Cinciuuutl, loulaville
. I aiilaulaailli-kllal.
FAST TIME EAST
ffctoenirerii liy thH lino ko IUtoukIi to
Hie Kant without auy delay caused by
IheSAlUKDAY AKTK.ItNOOV Tit AIM
KIIOM tJAlUO AKKIVM IN NKW
VOllK MONDAY MOBNINU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTI1KB KOl'TB.
Advertlcernetiti of oouipetine" lines Hint
they mike littler Unit than till, one, aro
are iHHiied t'lther throtiRh tnorance or a
dealrc to rolalead the publle.
For thmiiKli tiekela and InlonnuMoD,
pply nt Illinois Central B. R. Depot, Cairo,
THAIN AIIH J V'-"
.1 no a. in
Gen'l (Southern Agt
U. Jones, Ticket Agt.
Ma K. II. K. V.
I I The kulglita of the abof onler meet
t tiieir 1111 me nrai ana tnud aiunUay
n tuli moutti. Cooiineruial aveuuu, il door
iuuth of IMu atreet, at a p in .
Joan 1). llomaa.U. C, M
A8CAL0S LODGE, NO. CI.
Knight, of Pythlaa, meeta every M'
day night at hail-put aeven. in Udd'
Fellow' 1111. How,
ALKXANDKK LOliUK, HO. tJA
ludeoendent Onler uf Odd-Feb
iww. un ug t It, J luunai .ui
at half-Mutt aeveo. in tlicir ball on
.....i. i'l....ul. .1.1.1
.'omiuercialatenue. between Hixtbanil Heeentb
leela WillK. mwaiJia, N. U.
r,(All40 KNCAMPMENT, I 0. 0. F., nieeta
vlu Odd-VeUowa' 1111 on the Brat and third
lursiUy in every (uouth, at bali'-pat aeven
A. Comiwo. C P
ACAIKULOUliK. NO.ttf.A.I". AA.al
Hold rcinilar coinuiuniiatiooa in ala
aonlc 1111, corner Cominerclul avenue
' xu'l tigliih atreet, on trie tecoml and
uurth alomlay ol eaA uiunth.
atATf.at or All V KM Tal M U.
tJ-AU bill for advertlaing. arc due and pay
able IN AUVAMca
Transient aJvertialug will be iuertel at the
rut of II U ier 4Ure for the first inanition
and M cent for each tubnixjiient oiie A libural
diaoount will be made on tan'ting and diapl
for inaertinir funeral i.otii tl "u Notice oi
meetinx of aocletle or wcret order! cruta for
Church, Society, Featival and Supper notice
will only beinaerted a ailvertiteuient
No advertiaeuient will lie received alleaa than
So cent, and no advertiaement will lie inaerted
a.r leu than three dollar per month
I.Ot'AI. IirMI.t.HN KOill l
Of rme, square: (M line fi.ait ) or iiior, lu
acrtcil In the Uullktin uh IoIIuwh : (I.ekK
than one fjuare tounti il an a kquare.)
One Insertion per tiqu&ru - $ 50
Two insertion' per npmre 7o
'l'hrctiuHertions r square 1 IK)
Mix InncrtloiiH per nqtiure 1 75
Two weeks jx-r rjuare - 2 50
One month Dfr fquare 3 50
Sittcial rau.' luade on laruf. advertise
ment", or ior longer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owibf to the present hard time, and
icit) ol money, 1 v,Ul, alter tliii date,
aell Breail at SOr. er detaea, or 3
l.oave for H Cenli.
A lo Cakea. l'lea, etc., at prcportionitely
TUeae gomu are ol the very te-i in me
city, aiid will rei.ouimerid Ibi-ninelYea an
reorder Iioid abroad will receive
r ii a i i n iv a i n i ,
l'rop'r Union ilakery,
t'ouiiiiercial Ave., bet. 4th andblli ."t.
( airo, August 11. lr-77 '
of Marriage !
ffHBAOuldtto Wedlock ami
F4M IrOUtWajlHlfJ 7r4UM 00 tlat
duUM tft Birrita tod tfa
ctHvrUitl Hi'flt lor H , iti
rnrtt of Ae produc tion id
tti DitcAJi of Wemta.
I A fk tor print., rtnnd
mt rMdiDg 'Mi yl prt
On tlltl nrtiriH PriTi Kaviur riiii Irvmtetf
AbuM, Xjkomim, or ftcrt Dimum. iHi fe4
iik a raa ttl rr tAa lre i,afyrl BrU-rJVl ra.
A CLINICAL LICTOTtI o tht d
thtM vr th TltrotUaiM. Luot, CLrra.&upturt lU
Opium Hbit.tr pnr lucu
1 itlir Uxik ut (iufltitdon rtrt'ipt of prir - or fti'thrM.
TiIiiiiif vtn. lietutihi'.ir ii. unrated hr iili,
AuutiL.hurTa, a, us . mL utiuai, Ma
FIMDAV, September H. 1877.
MOBILE OYSTERS IN BULK ON FRI
DAY AT SPROAT'S, CORNER 12TH
1'i-rson.i holding new levee certillcatea
are ii'iitiostnd to call at my office fur the
purpose of having them taken tip,
H. F. I'akkkk, City Treasurer.
I'Airtu, Sept. 8, 1S77. 3t
Culru Uallia-Call rauil Try llieui.
Having Ulcliargod l'r. Lower m.d
renovated uiy bath rooms, with the addi
tion of a new receiver alter the latest
and most eonvenient olyle, 1 ehall take
great pleasure in (living hatha either
medicated or otherwise, to all who may
call ou me.
1 in I)lt. 1 1. Alin.lt.
Jut Itrreiteil niid lo Arrive from
.Vevi York noil PhllHilelplnit
One hundred and lorty harrels re
fined sugar, 123 bugs of cotl'ee
gome very choice ti olden Kio and old
government Java. About 13 thous
and pounds ol winter c.tred clear fiidcf,
wveral brands of choice S. C. canvassed
hams and a strictly pure article ot apple
vinegar for pickling purposes.
:)r. trittox & Biku.
Ilo, For St. I.oui.
ILLINOIS IKMHAL KalLKOAD COMPANY. 1
Caiho, September 8ili.lS77.f
1 luring the exposition and lair In St.
Louis (Sept. 10th to October Ctli) we will
sell excursion tickets at one and one
ririh fare for round trip, commencing
sale ot tickets Sunday night, September
Uth, and continuing until October Cth.
Oen. Southern Agent.
J. 1 1. Jonks, Ticket Agent. lit
Worth II) WelHlit In Uolil.
Undoubtedly the greatest modern dis
covery In medicine Is DuCostu's lladl
cal Cure tor dyspepsia, tick headache,
sour stomach,', eostiveness, biliousness,
loss of appetite, distress after eating, and
all disorders caused by Indigestion or a
deranged liver. Its results aro astonish
ing, and sure relief is guaranteed in
every easo where It Is faithfully used. It
tones up the stomach, regulates tlio
liver, restores tlio natural appetite,
strengthens tlio delicate and expels all
morbid humors trotn tlio system. Ty
phoid and bllous fever might, in almost
every ease, bo prevented by its timely
use. Trial size 23 cents. A very few
doses will relieve, and a little persever
ance cure yon. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physio. Trice 25 cents. Try it.
Who wants tobe eorotar?
Who wanti to be county
teudcut ol schools?
ilcGlnnls' Hibernian minstrels will
visit Cairo the latter part of next week.
It's not necessary to ask "who wants
to be county clerk?" Look at the "row"
Dr. Stalker lost his library and all
of his suriflcal Instruments in the lire on
Sir. (J. K. Woodward Is at home
ajfuhi inter a stay of more than six
weeks at Lockport, New York.
Mr. Egnew, proprietor of the .St,
Charles Hotel wants two girls to do
scrubbing. See "ad" elsewhere.
Mayor Winter will leave fur Wash
ington on Sunday alternoon. At leaat
that is his Intention at this time.
F.xamine our immense stock of
staple dry goods, just received.
H O. IIaytiiohn & Co.
Hey. Uillon-Lee, Mr. H. II. Candee,
W. H. Gilbert and Capt. .1. M. Phillips
are all at the Tremont House, Chicago.
Families can be suppled with choice
butter, small packages. 'all or send
orders to II. Olghton, 51 Ohio Levee.
Ladies who havti pale complexions,
blotches and pimples on the laue, rougii
skin, or freckles, should use l'r. Bull's
1'art.nts ami guardians will do well
to examine our stock ol children's ready-
made Mites just received.
O. IIattiiohs & Co
Mr. Chas. .stuart of the firm of
Stuart & (fholson, who has been in
New York buying goods lor his firm U
expected home to-day.
The Cairo and Viuccnnes railroad
track on Commercial avenun between
Twelfth Qnd Fourteenth streets Is under
going repairs. New ties are being put
Judge Mulkey, w ho has Is-en con
fined to his home lor the la.it week on
acoountof nickness was much letter yes
terday, and experts to be tdih- to le
out in a day or two.
A pretty picture is a healthy looking
and well cared tor baby. By the use of
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup yon ran keep the
health f your baby in splendid condi
tion. 23 cents a bottle.
The Union county fair will come to
an end to-day. From parties whntpent
yesterday aadthe day before at Jniies-
boro we learn ttiat the fair is one ,t the
most successful held by the H-soi iation.
300 cases boots and shoes ju?t
opened hy 0. Haythorn ( Co.. are for
sale, wholesaleaud retail. We compete
successfully with any house in the veit.
O. llavTHoitx &. Ci
t;t 101 Commercial Avenue
George Bradisu's stock of goods was
insured lor $1,0 in one, ol the compa
nies represented by Mr. C.N. Hughes.
The story that George loet nearly one
thousand in cash in the lire s mins to be
A "Grand Barbecue and Fih Fry,"
is announced to take place ou the point
at the foot of Washington avenue on
next Saturday afternoon, 15ih iiiat. W.
T. Scott is advertised as " business man
ager" of the fry.
The Iriends ot Mr. 11. il. Black are
trying to Induce that gentleman to enter
the tield as a candidate lor county judge,
but so lar, we believe, Mr. Black has not
signified whether he will or will not be
come a candidate.
Hon. John II. Oberly will leave
Sprlngileld this evening far Ualtimorc,
where he goes to attend tlio annual ses
sion ol the Grand Lodge of Odd-Fellows
ol the United States, which assembles in
that city next week.
We have just received a complete
stock of Misses' and Children's jH'bble
goat, side lace, front lace, and button
shoes of all kinds, which we offer to the
trade at 20 per cent lower than ever
before. (it O. Hay i iuhx & Co.
Sam Buckmaster of Alton is in Spring
field trying to convince the state ofliuers
that Alton Is the only place in tho state
fit tor the Southern penitentiary, and we
are at raid Buckuiaster will succeed in
converting them to his way of thinking.
Keep your teeth in good condition
and you w ill be happy. To do this you
must call at the dental rooms ot Cannine
& Whitlock. They perlorm all the work
of the profession in the most satisfactory
manner at the oiost reasonable prices.
The Ballard county, Kentucky, fair
commenced at Blandville yesterday morn'
log and will come to an end this even
ing. Some of the best horses in the pur'
chase will be on tho track to day. We
understand a large number of Cairo
people will go oyer.
Mr.llexford, proprietor ol the Plant
ers' House, after a stay of several weeks
in Chicago and Blue Island, returned to
tho city yesterday afternoon. lie is
much improved in health, ami here'
alter will be found at his post in tho
And now it Is said that M-. .lames
Nott, one of the teachers In tho colored
school, has determined to become i
candidate for county clerk at the No
veuibcr election. Jiinmlo is a colored
man, and lu the event of his candidacy
would bring to his support a largo fol
lowing of his colored friends.
Marx, tho boss clothier, 1ms re
turned from New York where ho pur
chased one ol tho most complete and
finest stocks of full and winter goods
ever brought to Cairo. Jits goods are
beginning to come in, and wo advise
all those who want the "best In the
maaket" at reasonable prices to glye
him a call.
-In New York city, on the 12th Inst.,
at 4 o'clock p.m., at the residence of
Mrs. II. Herman, No. 405 ilabt Fittieth
Street, Mr. Jacob Burger, ol Cairo, and
Miss Clara Herman, were united in mar
riage. Mr. and Mrs. Burger are expected
to arrive in Cairo about the 20th lust. We
congratulate Mr. Burger on his marriage
and hope that he and his bride may be
blessed with a long auU prosperous life.
Mr. George B. Pickett, deputy
United States marshal at Paducalt, Ken
tucky, passed through Cairo yesterday
on his way to PaducaU, having In charge
a man named Wm. Hickman, clnrged
with robbing ttie postotllce at Columbus,
Kentucky, a lew bights ago. Marshal
Pickett arrested his man at Fulton on
Wednesday night, and came to this
city by the Mississippi Central railroad
yesterday. He left for Paducah by the
Fisk last evening.
The state ollicers have not yet de
termined the Southern penitentiary mat
ter. The governor, attorney-general and
uuditor will visit Chester to-day, and
then go homo and make their "report."
Our guess is that Chester won't get the
penitentiary. We may not be a good
guesser, but we don't belicvj we will
miss it ou this occasion. We don't like
the way the state ollicers are running
this thine, and believe that If they in
tended to let the choice ol location made
by the malority ol the commission stand
they would have said so long ago. Col.
In the circuit court yesterday, Lester
K. Hale was being tried on a charge ol
cattle stealing. Hale wa indicted lor
stealing a team ol oxen from M. I.
Guntcr, proprietor ol tlio Greenback
saw mill near Pulaski station, iu Pulaski
county, some live or six weeks ago. The
cattle were traced to Cairo and found in
Hale's possession. Mr. Linegar appeared
for the prisoner, and County Attorney
.Mulkey for the prosecution. The case
was still on trial at the adjournment ol
court last evening. Later A t S o'clock
last evening the jury returned a verdict
oi not guilty, and Hale was discharged.
MOBILE OYSTERS IN BULK ON FRI
DAY AT SPROAT'S, CORNER 12TH
Two girls at the S',. Charles hotel to
do scrubbing. 3t,
All members ot the IielU Fire ( ouipa
ny are requested to meet at what there
is lelt of the Engine House, on Saturday
evening, September 13, at 7:30 o'clock.
S. J, Hcmm, Secretuy.
l or Nale.
My dwelling house and lour Ion, Oa
the premises are two large hot houses,
tilled with plants. Owing to continued
bad health I will sell cheap, it applica
tion is made soon. For in formation en
ijuire at Taher Bros., or on the premises
near St. Mary's hospital.
4t Jons J. Sti.i.zkh.
To lloao Out.
Mrs. J. II. Phillips, corner of Four
teenth street an! Washington avenue,
desiring to close out her stock of grocer
ies, provisions, etc., otters special bar
gains in all goods in her line. She also
desires to rent her store room aud lix
turts. This is an excellent opportunity
tor an energetic man with a small capi
The l.urirnii Hntel-Mciliictiuil In
Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
the European Hotel, being well aware
ol the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to all who mny wisli regular board
to sixteen duller per month or four dol
lars per week, lor day board. In con
nection wilh the European Hotel is a
first class restaurant, where oysters,
game and all other delicacies will be
served at all hours during day or night.
Kd. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Reiser building, where lie is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons and the public who
may favor him with a rail. He has gone
to considerable expense in lilting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he litis provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize bini will have their wants
attended to in stylo and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
produce it are such as cold, irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
kc. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural implements are manu
factured, the grinder protects his lungs
lrom tho injurious effects of the dust
Hying ou tne grinustone i.y wearing a
respirator. The coal miner ere lie ile
scends the shall provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against lire-damp.
Now It is equally necessary lor those
who are brought in contact with any ol
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, the home stomach bitters.
That manine llrcetla IMicmkc .
Is a notorious fact. It is there lore of vital
importance to check maladies In their
birth, ere they have a chance to develop
other ami more dangerous disorders. As
a means ol checking complaints which,
If allowed to proceed, llnitlly disorder
tho entire system, llostettcr's Stomach
Bitters is a medicine tho use of which
cannot bo too strongly urged upon tho
sick and lccblc. The lunctiuns aro regit
latcd by it, It insures the acnuisltlon of
vigor to the debilitated, and it substitutes
a cheerful condition of mind for gloom
and despondency. Dyspepsia, constipn.'
tion, liver complaint, and kidney aud
bladder troubles yield to its remedial In
llucncc; it counteracts a tendency to gout
and rheumatism, and invigorates the
nervous. Moreover, it is derived from
purely botanical sources, and in this,
In every other respect, is auperlor to the
mineral remedies of tbo plmnnacopoiln,
At the earnest solicitation ol boatmen
Captain McKruger has postponed the
closing ol the Louisville and Port
land canal until Monday, the 17th, when
It will positively be closed unless a heary
Tho Archie P. Green, for White river,
and Mantncllc, lor Memphis, left Cincin
nati on Wednesday.
Tho Danube lor New Orleans, and
Mary Miller for St. Louis, leave St.
Louis on Saturday.
The Argo has removed the big stone
between Ironton and Hanging rock.
( ui. lain Hi Davis of the Jno. Means
has Uen with us for a day or two.
Captain Stephen Davis a Teteran
steauiboatman 70 years of age died at
Marietia ol sun stroke on Monday last.
Sneatbcr and Nllson's new tow boat
"Joseph W. Gould" is having her ma'
chiuery put in at the Factory ot James
ltces ol Pittsburg.
The Glenco left New Orleans on Wed
The river is tailing slowly at Pitts,
burg and St. Louis and rapidly at Cairo,
The Colorado is the packet for Vicks
burg this evening.
The City ol Alton leaves St. Louis
this evening for New Orleans.
Capt. U. P. Schenck, owner of the
steamer U. 1. Schenck, Is in the city on
The Silverthorne came in before dark
lastevening with a lair cargo from Kv
ansvilV. The Keystone with Hip hull ol tlio
llobt. K. L : in tnv, parsed to Mem
phis yest :rday morning. It was con
verted into a wharlboat at Mound City.
The C. W. Anderson brought a fair
cargo from Evansville yesterday morn-
Last evening the transfer steamer
Junius S. Morgan turned into the Ohio
just as the McComb had passed, and as
I heir runs lay together as far as the foot
of Sixth street, the boys
on shore construed it Into a raco a::d
cheer after cheer went up for both boats.
Tney are fast ones, both ol them, and
they were not running slow yesterday,
avttlrom shore it did not appear that
cilhcronc gained upon the oilier. When
the Morgan stopped at her whart they
seemed to be about the same distance
apart as at the start.
ioi, Tin F-riAY Fvuhinu,
!cptriiibcr!:i, i 177.
The market hero Is quiet, and the
amount of business transacted since last
report has been limited. The weather is
cool and pleasant -neither too warui nor
to cool. The rain of last Sunday night
seems to have put the finishing touch to
the com and potatoe crops, both of
which are said to be in exeelieut con
dition. The Hour market is not materially
changed. The demand is fair, though
not bri-k. Transactions during the
week, however, have been liberal. Prices
are steady and lii ui at quotations. Me
dium grades, say from $3 to $3 75, are
scarce and in demand. All other grades
are in good supply We note an Im
provement in the market lor corn, and
there is now a good deiuan 1 for choice
white at prices l(ic2c higher. Choice
white may now be quoted at 44(5, -13c hi
bulk. Beccipts are light, and tho mar
ket bare. There is a quantity of corn
held in store here awaiting shipper's
orders, but it is not on the market
Beceipts of oats are light and the de
mand good. Heceipts are taken on ar
rival at 'J(Hu,'27c. There are very lew on
the market There Is no improve
ment in the condition ot the market lor
hay. Beceipts arc fair and tho supply
on the market good. The demand is
very light, and transactions few and far
between The demand tor City meal
is lair, and about equal to the stock on
the market. Prices are steady at
'2 33. Country meal is in good
stock and light demand at $i Yo(Ti;l 23.
We note an advance In bran, and it is
now quoted at Y1. Tbo stock is large
aud domain! fair Potatoes are in
good supply and steady at quotations
below. Ileceipts are liberal Choice
butter is scarce and in demand. Strictly
choice w ill sell readily at 222c. Com
mon and low grade butter Is plenty and
dull sale Kgzs aro Bcarce and want
ed at lllgl lc. Beceipts are light
Poultry is In light supply, and the stock
in the market is good. Demand good
Bates by river to New Orleans are 17Je
per cwt; 2c per 100 on hay, and 33c
per dry bbl.
Way rates are grain, 23c; Hour, 30u;
1 111'. .HAKIU'. 1.
OaSOur friends should bear In mind
that, the prices hero given aro only lor
sales lrom nrsc nanus in round lots, in
fl'ling orders aud for broken lots it is
necessary to charge un advance over
r LUL K,
Tlio demand is lair and prices steady
and linn at quotations. There Is a scar
ify ol medium grades, say from $3 to
(3 73, on the market. All other grades
are plenty. Sales reported were:
400 bbls. Various Grades
on orders ij 00e?,7 00
73 " Choice Family.... 0 CO
50 " Low XXX fi 23
173 Chnlco Family.... (I :0
50 " XXX 5 73
1(H) ' Straight liun 5 00
50 " Choice Family .... II 33
200 " Choico Family.... 0 50
100 " Choice XXX 0 00
100 Low (iradf i 00
100 Various Grades
on orders 4 73(2,0 CO
500 " Vat ions Uruilcs
on ordrrs 5 OOftO 75
There Is a fair demand lor choico white
corn, ami prices aro l:'o stronjrer,
cliloco wlilto lu bulk boliiK quoted at 11
45e. KecelpU aro light aud there is rcry
little on the market. Sales noted wcro:
1 car white In sacks at 50c; 1 cur choico
white lu bulk, 430.
; Receipts of oats aro light, aud do
mand good. Kccelpts are taken on
arrival, prices are steady at 20Q27O In
bulk. Sales reported were: 2 cars
choice mixed in sacks, 3031c. 1 car
heavy northern in sacks, 31c; 2 cars
mixed in sacks, 31c.
There Is no improvement iu the con
dition of the market for hay. Receipts
are lair, and supply large, while the de
mand is very light. Prices are weak
and Irregular. Sales noted were 2 cart
choice Timothy, 1 10 7511;2 cars prime
do $10; 1 car choice Timothy, $10 25.
The demand for meal Is fair though
not active. The supply Is about equal
to the demand. Prices are steady at
quotations. We note sales of 200 bbls.
City, $2 33; 25 bbls. country, $125; 60
bbls. country, $220.
Bran Is in good stock, and fair
demand. Prices are a shade stronger and
we quote rates at $12 per ton in sacks
and $9 in bulk. Sales reported were:
GOO sacks, $12; 200 sacks, $12; 123 do, $12
There is a good supply of potatoes on
the market and recepts are liberal. Prices
are steady at 35(2,400 per bushel and
$1 23(,1 30 per bbl. Numerous sales were
made at these prices.
Choice butter is scarce and In demand
Beceipts are taken on arrival at quota
tions below. Low grade butter is
abundant and prices low. Sales were 22
packages northern dairy, 16l9c; IS
packages Southern Illinois, 13(0,140; 200
lbs. strictly choice northern, 22c; 130 lbs.
Fggs are very scarce and the demand
urgent. Beceipts are very light. Good
fresh in small boxes or patent cases, will
sell readilyat l ie; sales were 7 packages,
13c; 100 dozen, 12c; 30 dozen in patent
Beceipts ol Chickens are light and the
supply on the market is not large.
The demand is active, ami prices steady
at quotations. Sales noted were: 8
dozen young chickens, $1 73; 5 coops
young chickens, $1 50'2; 3 coops old
hens, $2 50; 2 coops young chickens
small, $1 25.
Sales ot provisions were S bbls. sugar
cured canvassed ham, llc; 1,500 lbs.
clear sides, 9c.
Sties lard were: 4 tierces prime kettle
rendered, 10c; 10 kegs do, lOJo.
The market Is overstocked with all
kinds ot vegetables, and prices are very
low. Tomatoes are selling from coun
tiy wagons at 4030c; cabbage, $3 60
(4 per 100, and all others In proportion .
Fruit is less plenty and prices are more
regular and steady. Almost all kinds
Had ready sale at good prices. Sales
were us lollows: 25 boxes good peaches,
30c; 18 bbls. apples, $1 CO; 20 boxes
choice pears, 3040c; 100 lbs. grapes, 7c.
We note prices as follows : Prime live
geese, 40c; mixed, 25(350.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides are worth dry flint, 1516c;
Green salt, CQ7c green, 6G'c. Sales
tallow were 700 lbs. 77Jc.
Sales salt were 450 bbls. Ohio river,
Choice bright pealed dried apples are
worth 4(SJJc; peaches, 06j.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evan
villa, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.;
Tbe elegant Blde-wbetl tmer
Waltir B, Pi!fNUtoTOi.M. Master
JllAHLKI 1'ENNINOTON Clerk
t Will have Cairo erery WEDNESDAY at
o'clock p. ru.
The fleet aleanicr
Ken HowAitD ...Muter
bu. Tiioma Clerk
Leave Cairo every SATURDAY.
T.m-.h boat makes close eonnacUont at Cairo
with nratrclaaa atramera for Ht. Louii, Mem
phi aad Mew Orleana. and al Evaniville with
lh K. A C. K. It fur all point Norta end Xat,
and wltb the IouiavUle Mall Bteamer fot.aU
.....ntu nn 1 1. a iT.inAv Ohln. fflTin1 thraueh
chit on freight and passenger to all point
Fur urther Information artlv to
JAUfcS UlUiiS, faaeenger Agent.
HALUDAY BKOS., Anta
J. M. PHILUP8. j
Or to U. J.GRAMMEH,
dupurinumdent and General Freight Agent,
liKl-'Ai-1 v . Aranaville Indiana.
Tho Steam Ferry boat
Will be run regularly, leaving Green
field' lantllnir t7, 9 and 11 o'clock a.in.:
1 :M, i):;tJ and 5:W o'clock p.m. during ca
On Mtimiay she will leave the landing- at
and lOoclock a.m. and at 11 m., tad at
Wholesale Dealer in
OJ&u, Carnor Twelfth and
ICS by the Car Load or Ton Will.,
packed lor .shipping.
Ordera for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or In hogshead, for abipment
promptly attended to.
To largo oonaomera and all
manufacture, we art prepared
to aupply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform ratea.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Ofllceon wharf boat, foot of Hlxth street.
Utile of UaUlday Brother, oppoll Kl.
Egyptian .Mill, Twentieth (treat.
Coal Dump, foot of Thirtf-elf Ota street, or
1'oilOlBoe drawer iWO.
CHARTERED If ARCH tl. ISM
CITT NATIONAL BANaT, CAIRO
A. B. SATfORD, Pmldent.
a a m a t sd LTiu iu.f.lnaa -
a . 0 . 1 A 1 UVAi IU A If IMHSII.
jtxaiW. HTSLOP, 8o 'T as Treaaarar,
a macro at:
P.W. B ABC LAY, CHAJ. tiAXJSOaB,
r. M. BTOcirum, PaulS. Scanm,
B. H Ctmnxeau. B. L, (Lallbat,
j. m. rau.tr.
P4TEUEST paid ea deposit at ta mat at atS
per oent. par ana urn, ItareJi let and BaptatB
mt let. Inter! Bet withdraws U 4dd faua
llatelr to the prtaclpal of the depotita, than ar
riving tbatn ootkpeucd inter!
Harried Women and Children may
Depoait Money and no one .
else can draw it. '
Open erery budneaaday rromBa.ln. lo I p.aa.
ai Saturday evening tor saving Aepaaltt oalf ,
torn 6 to S o'clock. . . .
W. KTHO TwMataw.
City National Bank
W. P, HAXLLDAT. President.
HEN BY L. HAIXIDAY, Viae Pre!,
A. n. flAFFOBD, Caanleta
WAI T R HYoXOP. A 'I Gaaoiaf.
S. Staat Tatlob, R. H. ConnaiAM,
H L. Haixidat, W. P. HaixiBAt
Q. D. WluXAJfeo, BnnuM lllaw,
A. b, a Ansae,
Exohange, Coin and United Statea
Sonde Bought and Sold. .
DEPOSITS raealTed aad a gtaaral baa
r Itroaa. Prealdeot. H. Well, Oualar.
P. Meff, VloaPraa't T. J. Karth. Aaat. aak'r
mm mn m,
Corner Commercial Ave. Milt StoMt
r. Broaa, Cairo. Wm. King l airo.
P. Natl, Cairo.
Wm. Wolia airo.
A . Suaanka. Cairo. KUBllliiiwleT.su Loal,
K. Buder, Cairo. H. Well, Cairo.
F. H. Rrinkman, St. Louis,
J. Y. Clemaoa, Caledonia.
A Oaaeial Bank la a; Baalaaaa
(JCschange sold and bought Interest paid
D the Saving Department. Colhwtioa r .
nd all bualneaa oromoUr attended to.
IVTn nxf aotxxireir,
nf all kind of
Fine Soots c& Oboes
The Beat of FOBEiaiTand DO
MESTIC LEATHXBJ Alwaya
Theatre Building, (Jain, Hi.
liOOhtvtttedhy ua la AO days
hav. made i8.7f.O.
O eiOOaavej a
eturaaa ell am
Money refunded Tl' ao proSl It .
tlven. Corranoadeuee aottcltad.
Member Mew York BtekBaeitaM, .
jwiap mum awaW aa4 am foaje t9MBt MM
veAAeS aAfelA of BejaAMVA, eT AMerWs? Af irWeHBi aMe).
a a. aaujir, m, an ii.i, TaTa, vtum