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aIKO BUSINESS HOUSKS.
.'... inn tt.taln.ui. RpinMlillBVIt I tl r 1 Ht'l
fw, in tliisisidumn under aimropiiatft hiaulinK
line ram in ei.nu -wr noma or nieij.i
syuniu iiiuiruriy in uu value.
HrtrilHiirc, Ntoven und Tin Ware.
. it...-:..- f t... tR fid.vm Tin mill Htirl!
.. 11ii.i.n.i i'cnn-i
Aare, (iuidvn and KaniH'rn' inili'ienM, W ire
owl, IMriguratora, rumi and Udders.
l j Commercial Avenue, eiuiuriiifc', nud Job
Work dime on short notice.
.I.S.Mc.iAllEY--))eulrlnhuiiland SOft Wlll
ier, tloOrlllg, U'iliuff, Siding Hllll (illlfil--!
iiiinlM-r, lutii and eliiiiK)t-M. (Hike ami yurd
'i, nut i'wt-iilti'tli street iini I WastiiuKton avenue
r i UI1TVII A IIIC b'llAulitm In mi.ri .
lours, blinds, etc.. hard und Butt lunilier ami
lilngies. 1 itrd una oiuci:, ujiiuimtuui uveime,
orin-r I7li street.
I). HAIITM AN-lHuler in Oiicenfiw.uv, Toys,
Lamps anil all kinds of fancy artii;l. toiniiiir-
ill u venue, corner "in eirrei,
WILLIAM WINTKIt Hisali street between
.Oliiinercial avenue and W ashington avenue,
loihiutt ami Meri'liitnl I alluring-.
JOHN ANHtlM-.Meri-liBiitTulloraiid ill ul r
IU V.eady Made Clothing. 7tt tJhlu lavee.
Heal Kfcliile Akcih-Ics ,
II. .1. HOWI.KY-I.iid K-tate Ap-ut. Huts
sells real estate, collects rents, my tuxes
bar bun-i-eaiileiits.elu, loiiiiut-rciul uvt-nue, t,e
iwuru Mnlli ami Tenth Bin-its.
II Cotlou und Tubucco r'actors und :r.,-
(niHfors hi we rarintiii' soimcco urunu-e
li'. A U7 Comiiillit'r'ial Avenue.
i General forwarding- ami Coinim-mon
men-bant, for ilie nale oi latin, Imi'lm, Or
diardaud Iiairy I'rodur. e:nuio Ij-ue.
n A. WIII.EI.OCK 4 u.
i General forwarding iidi t'ominUslon
nj-r.-lmiita, ami dealers in ull Mints of i ruil uul
l'rolui-e, i.l Ol.iu Levee. Coiudghliichta m.Iic
bil, fcu-ni-ila I u nm lie I on aplijiii'ii.
K. F. Hunkers liltter nine of Iron.
Thll truly valuable tonic tan been tu thor
oughly te'led by sll rlnsscs of the community
thai it ia now deemed iml'siieiiFalile us a t iiur
uinllrmt.. It ronta lint Utile, itifilia II.'
MomI anil nirM tone to Hie uliiir.m li, ri niivutrn
Ihc 1. 1 mini ami j.rol'.HK lilt:, fcvrr) Ixfly
lnniNl liav it.
Yin tlit? rure.of Vak .tomacliB, Oeiicral De
bility, lniiK-tion, Ulmiia' a ol the MoiiiikIi
an'l lor all caaea minimi-a tonic.
'I hia wini Ini-liiil'-a il" "'"H ui;r'ral.!i.' ml
rflli'jrnt tall ol iron we posneitii--.itraie 01
nuKr.njp oxiili" coniliiniil ilh the iimet rni-r
Keutol all TttfUahle tonus yellow ivriman
Do you want some thinjr to Hi tr t-'lh' n you
l)n roil wunt a KO"d a uetile .'
Ho yon want lofret ri'i ol iiirviiiuiiesi! v
Do you want enera-y i
Do you want to ali ep well
Do ) oil want tol.uilil up J our coiniHtutou.'
Do you w ant to feel wtlf
lh you want a hro-k ami vltfor.n f 1 i n ;
If yoi '., try KL'NSfcl.'S Hllll.K WI.NK
or I Hon.
I onlr aak a trial Of thia rtut rni 'lii-ine'
Jleware ol coiinl'-rlrita, n hiiukil'a Hitler
Wmeo. Iron ia the only ur.- an'l cilvtu.i I
reuieily in the known worl'l tor the pi rinaueut
i tur of Dyapejiaiaaml Debility, awl there are
a nuiulxrr (if iiiiitatiooa olli re't to the pnhlir,
i woulil caution the coiiiinuiiity to pnn lil".
done but (lie genuine artii le, nui'iulartiireil by
K. Ku-Kel, ul ba.iux lila atamp on the cork
,l every buttle. 'I he very Im t that other are
:ryiuK to imitate thla valiutle fin 'lu-mr, provx
ita worlbaU'l HpeaLi voluiiiea in 1 1 Uvor. Oet
HieKebUine. t. I . Kunkel'a.
olil only in VI bot!k, Sohl by 'lrunicth
jnii dealer eteiy where. K. F. Kunk'l, I'ro
pnator, i Noriu .Niutll itreet, l'tiilailrlphia,
TAl'K WOKM KKMOVKD ALIVK.
an'l ill ron.pUte in two linurn . No
ft till heail (auuet. heal, Tin ami MotiiU' h
vtoriha reinovwi by Dr. hunkel, Noith
Sinlh alnvU I'bilaileliibiu, I'a, Sixil lor cir.
Uilarora'k you ilruiriri fur u boille of It,
liunktl'S Wnu Sjruji. It never laila. 1'riCtH
The ordinary I'oroua lMuntiT, on nci ouut
of It- Jieuuliar inechanlcal action, iai -tci-m-td
no urtiule of merit; Ixit Hen-nn'M apeini!
J'orutm 1 Mauler la roiMtk-rcil an nrlule of
cxtraonliiiaiy meril. U La the iatuu
KMcbaoiral urUon, ami, in mM tion, pos
ffsm medicinal iiialltii'n ol a remurkabH
j.aluru, whd li caiiKf It to act at once,
relievo ,ainlinni''diately. and curi! whore
other I'oroua riaitenwill not eun relieve
Kor l(hruin:it,.ni, l-inc an Weak H ick, Spina
liiheuse, ( rii-k lu the lUck, ki.lnty Di u-,
praiiiHaoil llniiM-n, Severe I'uini :.n'l htlt' h'..,
trtiknt.s of the Hack, etc.
1 he manufacturer of
Benson's Capcine Plastor
Itefeivad (tie Uia-lifitileiiiil at ihc Ceul:mlul.
Ill now tlii slandird roniefly. Ita as
tonlsliinif pain relieving and 'trenu'tbenin;;
tiialltie uttracti d ttie attpntion oi the n
ti unial Jitrrors and thouaudv of phy-iciuns
who vimtedtlie teiitentil.il. who protiouuc-
rj it the beat remedy ever invented for the
iUovj limcnt!i. Sold jiy til lirtri.-ts.
a'rke. l' ccnt.
MiiipT relief tn om younK men lr,
Ihe i-tlV-cUi of errura and ai)U.-:ts in'
fj W eurlv lile. Manhood Kcntored. Im- Q
T.t rjj iieillmenta to iiiirrime removed..
3 2 "l,tliil ol lr. Iiiieut. New
tU J a'l remarkable n-iiidi. Ji-aik 'Z
So? d ejtciilaia Hent Ini' in r-c.ile'1 V
-"S euv.luiea. A'Mitsh Huhaiih Ah- g
) W aiwIAitoN. ll'J N. Ninth H'. I'hila-y
03 3 itelphia. I'a. Au institution hav- n
O injf a h.;U rejiiiiutioii lor bunur-,"
".able cuinlucl and irofraduiml ,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Train Leave Cairo
1 10 p.m. Kant Rxpresa, arriving in St.
Mulu H:ftO p. m.j Chicago, ?:', a.m.
i 20 P.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VILLE FAST LINE
Arriving n Cincinnati 8:30, a m.: Louis
ville, H:la.iu.: Indianapolis, 4:15 a.m.;
1'aHsengerB- liy this train arrive ut above
Hired Conneclion Miiikt
OF Mil OTHER ROUTE.
l-rwrp. m. Kant Hull with sleppera attach
' ed. for ST. LOL'W nnd tUICAtiO,
grrlving In Ht. Louts at l):.'W a.m. t'lii
ueo at 4.:i(l p.m. ConiteotinK at Odin
oi Kitltyfham lor Cincinnati, LouIhviIId
FAST TIME EAST
fktttneri ly this line no through to
tbo East without any delay caused by
FJIOM CAIUO AUK1VKH IN ,NKW
YORK MONDAY MOUMNU
30 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK AMV OTHER ROUTE.
AdvertlRcmcntt of competing lines that
they make better tlmo than thli one, are
are issued either throtiRh Ignorance or u
liealrn to mlalead the public.
for through tickets and Inlormatlon,
muly at Illinois Central K. It. Depot, Cairo.
mix Aiv At caiao
(ipreas ... "'?,iJ'! 15
lall l. a.m.
, Gsn'l outhorn;Agt
H, JoflB, Tlckat Agt.
ran K.M. li.t.
I ' I Tliv knlrhn f f Hie abiim nrd- r Hiwt
at Iheir bull lUr Dr. I uml Ihlld Moniluy
u eui U liiouth. Ooiuine: innl uveiiue, .1 iloor
soulli Of mil aireet, ut a p.m.
John l. llui.Mr-, (J. C. M.
AUCALON LOHGK, NO. SI
KnlKhtKof I'ythlaa, miwts every Krl-
I Mil' nlehl Ht latJl-pu.il mven, lu UU'l-
t'ellowa' Hall. Howie,
etr ALKXANDKIt LODliK, NO. tA
x??!?&r. Iiiilcw-nilent Onbr of (hlil-Kel
low"? me"" evi-ry 'Jtuimluy nulit
'riM)t ut ball pat aoven, in tlitir hall on
;on,uirclul avenue, Mween hixth and Heventb
a itela ).l). IIEMDiiu, J.U,
1A!UO KNCAMl'MKNT, 1. O. O. T., meet a
iin Oii'l-KelloWb' Hall on the Ural and third
I ui.i.uiy in every uioulh, at balf-pnt nuven
A. ( OMIKiH, C H
k LAlltOI.ODOK. NO.'i.l7.A.". A A. M
il'il'l ri-trulur cuiiiiiuniiatioiia in Ma
sonic Hull, corner CoiijIih rciul aveuue
v 'and Kiifhili atriil, on the Bicoml and
"iirth Moii'lliv ol each limli.ti.
KATt. IIC AVK!lTII.
I J-All tills for a lverlibiiiK, are due and pay
able IN ADVifO.a
lraceient kdvertiainK Will U ihiertwl a Uia
rate vt 11 '() ptrS'iuaic for the- Unit insertion
and &" ccnta tor each milMeijuer.t one A liberal
JlE 'iuiit will be ma le on tttudiuK and 'li.-j 1
For iuLcrtiiijC J'unen.l L'.tice 1 "0 Koliccof
inu;linK of aw duties or secret orders 6o ceute for
eu h insertion
Church, Society, Fuitival and Supj-cr notices
will only be inserted a advcrtiseiuenta
. No advertisement will 1 received at less than
AO ixnta, and no u'lvc rtitunmt will be incutcl
.r leu tLan three dollars per month
111(11, IHM.M.H .OII i;i
Of our Htjtmru (S lini.-s (put-c) or more, ln-scrtt-J
in tlic Uc'llki in us follows : (Less
thun one q'inrc tounti.-d hh asijuaro.)
Om inse rtion ptr .qiian; $ CO
Two Insertions' jior j)jaurv. "j
Three hist rtiniH per efi.ii:irc' 1 fi0
Six lnirtlon pi r r-'juare 1 "
Two weeks jif-r .njuure - 2 50
Ono month jur Hiiuare 'I fiO
.Special rati made on l.irjre u'lvertbo
incuts or (or lonj,"-r timo,
Afhiidoto WM.ui ami
iii.ri'l.Titial 1rat, on P.
Jtiti' ot niarm;". ai.'l tits
kii.f th&t iii.flt I'.r K ill'
rr.. i.f Rproduetiftn ir.'l
-lu In6ea(.-i of Women.
A l.ir iirival-, r'.n.til.
't'- n ailajR pt. Witt
, , f HHIVA1 E MEDICAL ADVISER! . .
On til u ."t'i'f" ol h Private r.'r.turii bm.i,. lr "iw.f
A0u, xocie, r Secret Xlibeabea, u.ia U la.l
li. Hi' f . nr-'j.;.:'", pti.-. .'."..
A CLINICAX LECTUKE in the aurer dlwiiei am
t),, im:,i. Throat .i "l Lui.i, Catfu-ih.Hi-pture, l.
Opium Habit, .'.. prir,. jiji :t.
i.M'-t Ic-'k "rt po.-rmi'l"" rn-eir r p-'rf or a" iSti-,
.li' i tn I. M.ii 'i. If B .t tu I. ii.lrf'J. !' r i !i,
A4iui VH. fcUTT3, .N'i. I:'.V. tu. bt. Louis, Ma
SATl'llDAV, S jil. ifiijt r 1.-T7.
.. n m; ti r. VI n .
Three Nigbt3, Commericiiig
Thursday, Oct 4.
Tho Popular Western Comedian
MR. JOHN DILLON
And thi Charming Actress
MISS LOUISE DILLON
Supported by a Company of Dis
tinguished Merit and Respsct
ability. 'J Inir-ilay Xiulit.
N'o.v riiniiinji to its v.vjih time in t .m.'lr.n
'I'd,, .:,! ',., s.-ini comedy ai pto'l'ii i'il in
the leading eitii's.
S.itnnlay .Nilit Willon's t.
Ill HOOTS AND HOLLER
'J huso plays me presented v. Mi a pio
priuki scenery and stajjc inoiiiitins.
A-luiI-sion, .V) cents. Jtescrved seats
2 K-ty-Tickots on sale at Dan Iliirtiuau'.
In ti riaiil tout ivvor
Ih o common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The cause which
proilucu it arc such as cold," irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, nilit
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
oe. In laru'e cities where ede tools
and agricultural implements arc manu
factured, the grinder protects his lungs
lrom the injurious cllects of the dust
Hying oil tho grindstono hy wearing a
respirator. The coal miner ere lie de
scends the slialt provides liinisclf with a
safety lamp to guard against Ilo-damp.
Xow It is equally necessary lor those
who are brought In contact w ith any ot
tho causes loading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, the home stomach bitters.
Tin1 l.iiriieuii Holel-Deiliii ll.in lu
Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
the European Hotel, being well aware
ol the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to all who may wish regulnr board
to sixteen dollers per month or four dol
lars per week, lor day board. In con
nection Willi the European Hotel is a
first class restaurant, where oysters,
gamo and nil other delicacies will be
served at all hours during day or night,
oijiwiLWI 11,1 taiiaaai naini i, uy n mi
Tim Arlington Hotol in lull every
night, uml Hem Is happy.
Mrs. .). li. Head and family returned
trom St. LoiiLs yesterday.
The. city council will meet lu regular
session on next Tuesday evening.
We regret to learn that Judge .Mar
ajiilduu ol Thebes, is seriously HI.
l!cv. .Mr. George has been invited to
preach at Vienna sometime soon.
Mr. t 'yrillo Marehildou, ol 'Holies
w as In the city yesterday attending court.
A part ot the Stoddait Comedy
Company are booked ut the Arlington
The ball given by the .Mystic krew
at Iht.ir hall on Thursday niht was well
Lost a pair ot gold eye glas-es. The
tinder will be suitably rewanl'.d by leav
ing them at this eflleo. Ht
The public schools w ill open Monday
next. Indications urc that the attuitl
auee will be unusually large.
Mr. A. Ackertnan, editor ol the Pu
laski Pnti-int, was In the city j-fr-teniay
and called at the 15l i.i.i;ii: ollk-c.
Col. H. H. Taylor left bj thei-ln inoon
train yesterday loi Xew oik city. He
expects to be ubnt a week or t' n days.
-The l'ula-ki county circuit court
c munences on Monday next, October
1-t. We understand the iMcket is not
The party last evening at the. St.
buries hotel, by the Kxei l.-ior social und
literary society, was well attended, and
passed ofl ple iantly.
ToneyCella advertises in this issue
ol the IH u.i.UN for sealed proposals lor
building a liousr; on Commercial avenue
near the corner of l.igliteenth street.
J -Country life, fresh uir, an! bathing
are all very well, but if you want to
clean-'; your system thoroughly mo. a
few bottles of I Jr. Hull's Ulood Mixture.
Mothers should lake warning and
stop doling their babies with laudanum
while teething. I)r. Hull's Uaby Syrup
answers the same purpose, and U per
fectly harmless!. ' cents.
Mayor Winter, at hU .-lore on Com
mercial avenue near Sixth .street, receives
daily the choicest Mobile oysters in 1 u!k,
which he is selling at " cents per 110.
They are elegant. Try them. :!(
circuit court adjourned yesterday
morning until Monday, October 22d.
The missing juror in tho Mound ity rail
road ease tailed to put in an appearance
and the case was continued until the
next regular term ol the court.
The following were among the arri
valsatlhe i'lautcr's Hoii-e yesterday:
Miss Kmma D. Koss, Memphis; .lames
Clark, Champaign, lib; Stephen liird,
Ilird's Mill; Thos. lielniout lieekwiih,
Ileltni nt, Mo.; .lohu C. Lang, I'.orham,
The parties arrested by Chief A rti-r
and eflieers Sargent and .McCarthy on
Wednesday night, fctir posed to be the
men who assaulted and robbed a
stranger on Fourth street, are still in
jail and w ill probably be givi n a blar
The fiineril services of YAWn
liaughen, wife of Mr. 15. K. r.aughcn,
w ill take place at the KiiNeopul chunh
at 1 :30 o'clock p. in., to day. A special
train will leave the foot ol Fourteenth
street alter the services, l-'rlends of the
family are invited,
In order to give l"nglih speaking
children wli.1 wish to Karu ficiinaii
an opiiortuniiy to do so, Rev. I'ur
sebner will give instruction; in the lier
maii language every Saturday from '.) to
.2 a. in , commencing on the I'.r.-t Satur
day in October.
For further particulars enip.ure at the
school room or the (.ierman Lutheran
church, on l.'lth street. lit
-The Joncsboro, I'nion county, '.V-;-r
(.-, says : "There will be hundreils ot
acres ol w heat sown in this county with
in the next lortnight. We trust that our
farmers will give earetul attention to the
seed. One ot our leading miller sug
gests that it would be good policy to gi t
seed frrfin Tennessee. There Is nothing
like changing steJ. The lino wheat
grown in Tennessee would do well here.
Sproa, corner ot Twellth and Lvvee
streets, is preparing to supply the citi
zens of Cairo with the choicest ol Mo
bile and llaltitnorc oysters at lower
pi ices than ever before known in this
market. .Mr. Sproat has an advantage
over almost all other dealers In this line
and when h says he Intends to sell cheap
he means it. lie Is now odeiing the
choicest ol Mobile oysters at peyenty-
tive cents per hundred.
Ariivals at the St. Charles hotel yes
terday were A C Fish, 1'hiladelpbia; Cltas
Pleasants, Xow Orleans; S V, Loud, St.
Louis; A M Spots wood, l-'ranklorr, Ivy.;
S It Brown, Cincinnati; Mrs Pr Kiuitns
Memphis; Miss Klla Ferry, Memphis; 11
Smith, Bollivcr, Tennessee; J Taylor and
wile, Uolliver, Tennessee; Henry Saycrs.
St. Louis; F F. Daggy, Louisville; H I5u-
kodio, St. Louis; Chin P Gregory, St.
Louis; r McXainam, Memphis.
Arrivals at the Arlington House yes
terday were Col. Thus. ,L Caruthers,
Jackson, Tenii.j W. II. MeMnney, Xew
Btirnside, 111.; Mrs. Stephen Uird, Bird's
Point, Mo,; T. J. Kddleman, Dongoln,
111.; Hon. Wm. U. Coffee, Blaiitlvillo, K'y.;
Jas. House, livansville; Dr. C. L, Wolf,
Olmstcad, 111.; Hon. Louis Sanford,
lacksou, Mo.; Dan lthodes, agent Great
Kasterii circus; K. It. Muslck, St. Louis
Dan J. Brett, ( aledoiila, 111.; H. H. Will
(ord and Lady, Bolknap, III.
Among the teachers who are expect
ed to arrive In tho city to-day In ordor to
be ready for the opening' ol tho schools
on Monday morning are Miss Thompson,
Mha Rogers, tho Misses Pattlsonj ami
MicS Utter, daughter ol State superinten
dent of public Instruct lou Liter. The
la it named lady will till the position
formerly occupied by Mrs. Alvoi J in the
high school. Mrs. Alvord, we under
stand, will not teach this fall and winter.
All tho schools except tho hih school
will open on Monday morning. Tho
high Echool will commence on Tuesday
"A 'Chronograph' The Jit i.i.i.n.s
this morning lells its readers that the of
fleers of tho L' S. coast survey w ill use a
"chronograph" in determining tho longi
tude of I'uiro. Wijl they? Bully lor
thorn. Wonder if they brought it with
them." Cairo Sun,
Yes, neighbor, they brought it with
them, and will iiso lr, with other Instru
ments, in determining tho loiigiMuio ol
Cairo. By way ol further expl inudon
we would add that although not a I irge
Instrument it Is a tbaumatiirgus m its
way. "Chronograph" is correct.
A day or two ago we sta ih..t
Judge Baker, notwithstanding bis pro
motion to the appellate iudgr.-hlp, w i,uld
continue to preside over the circm' courts
of Alexander and Pulaski cjimt c
made this statement on w hat wo ' tliuve 1
to be good authority and felt v. i.-r.wttd
in giving it to the public. We luve ; inee
leat tied, however, that while Jud-o Ba
ker will continue to do circuit du:y no
arrangement has been made as to what
counties h,; will take. So far there has
been no meeting of the judges of the cir
cuit, and until a meeting has been held
the matter will not be settled.
-Green Xeal was arrested by ofllcers
Sargent and McCarthy at Seott's saloon,
on Thursday night on a charge of ills
orderly conduct. On searching Xeal a
revolver was found in Urn pistol pocket
ot his breeches. esterday he was taken
before Jiide Bird for trial, when two
charges, one tor disorderly conduct and
another for carrying concealed weapons,
were preferred against him. tn the lir-t
charge he was lined live dollars and on
the second twcniy-tlveand eo-ts, making
a total ol about thirty-live dollar--. Xeal
had no money with whieii to jay the
Hues and was sent to the Jock up for
thirty -three day-'. He is a lad
darkey and lias given the
police coiisidi rablo trouble.
The following i a li-t of marriage
license issued by the county clerk dur
ing the lnomli of September: Alex Arm
strong to Joi ophine F.ggloston; Harry K.
Wilson to Mary Ilennie; .luhii J. Phillips
to -Mary M. Stephens; Win. Enright to
Dora Durham, Washington Djhson to
Anna Perkins; Lewis S. Thomas to
Elii M. Barrett; Wm. Cail to
Mary Piley, Herbert A. liar
roll to Linina l'aikei; Fmile
Schlaiti' r to Emma Manpiard; David
Pawless to Julia A. E. Calvin ; Benj.
Applegate to Maria Stephens; H. (.'lay
McGrudcr to Isabella Winter: John
O'I.eary to Mary J. Ilngin? ; W. M.
Grillin to Jane J. C. Carter ; Dr. Jacob
J. Gordon to Sarah J. Jorgeusen. Lic
enses Issued to colored persons w re
Green Young to Bottle Kicks; Chas.
Jackson to Maggie Randolph; Jacob
Williams to Lueinda Towmack ; Wesley
Wil'inms to Anna l.athan; Frank Bry
ant to Jane Carter; Pleas Morgan C)
The following rather startling state
ment conies from Jackson county: John
C. Harris, one of Pinl.erton's detectives,
since the great strike has been working
with the miners at Murphy.sboro, and by
his efforts a most diabolical con-piracy
to murder and destroy property has
been nipped in the bud. The Plan was
to tear up l'ie traik of the
Orand lower and Carbon-hue rm
ro.vl at certain places and to ni-.i: b-r
Thomas M. Williamson, sup;rint' e ,-nt
ol said road, who has held the tu::;'. i - at
bay during the recent troubles ai .vas
n.'t disposed to accede to their J' in -ids.
The evidence was siiill.-ijnt to , is'il'y
State's Attorney Burr In i suing
warrants late on Saturday lor the
arrest of the conspirators. MiciM
ams and his deputies arrc.-U . V m-
Williauis,.loliu Morgan, Tho-, ' n Hips,
David Clark and Daniel Robert- nil min
ers, at Mnrphysboro, and place, hem in
jail on Saturday night. It is inored
that two others have Med, but tln-y will
soon be captured. The prisoners are
held on J.-nn bonds each.
Try theXi W York stoiv yellow "C" .11-
far. Id lbs. for il.Oo ,'t
Sproat will have more of thoan Extra
Mrbile OyBteraThuraday, Friday nud
Saturday, Corner Twelfth street aud
ItlMllH llllll SllllCN,
Fifty cases of men's boots and shoes
just received, and we offer them lower
than ever s ld in tills market. Call nud
examine the Boot Brand, New Yolk
.Store custom made, lor tj.l.tiu per pair.
Full line of all kinds of boots and shoes.
."it CO. I'Aill-.ll A c j.
Fresh Baltimore) oysti-ri, raw, atownd
or fried, at all hours of the dav oriiiKht,
at Harry Wulkor'a Oryaial Saloon. Ot
Yeast received daily at Xev Vork
Store for family use. ."it
fair.) Ilnllm-l'iill mill Try Them,
Having discharged Dr. Lower and
renovated my bath rooms, with the addi
tion of a now receiver niter the latest
and most convenient style, I shall take
great pleasure in giving baths cither
medicated or otherwise, to all who may
call on me,
llU Ilt. D. AltTKIt.
Sproat will have more of thoio Extra
Mobile Oysters Ihursday, Friday and
Saturday, Comer Twelfth street and
I'o II re,
4 and -i lbs. ol choice collce for $1 .00 at
New York store. ft
Jf UIIIVT ivcil
la buying your goods at tho cheapest
tore In Cairo-tho New Vork Store, tit
SIONAI. M.IIVIl i; III l-OKI.
I move i
STATlOfl. 'tOW WATI8. ' III or Full
FT. IT. IN.
PittaburK 1 l
Cini'innati 4 lu 1
Louisville 3 6 0 0
Cain ,-, II 4
sit. I'aul ', 2 1X1
Davenport II 1
lit. Louia 7 n a
iMKS M. WATSON,
,Sutaiu Snjnal Service, U. S. A,
The Molllo Moore is getting a good trip
here lor the south.
The Millie Roberts with bargo Silver
Wave passed to Council Bend yesterday,
Alex Frnzierand Sain Mollrido, pilots.
Captain Bycrs of the Cherokee, came
down on the Fisk yesterday and left tor
home by the C. it V. railroad. He got
tired laying up. at Paducah.
Jl'he C. . Ander.-on, for Lvan-ville,
Jim Fisk, fur Paducah, Beilo Memphis,
for M-mphis, Port Eads and A. J. Baker
and Belie of Mireveport, for Xew Or
leans, leave this evening.
From tint Cinehnati CVoimemV! we
b-arii tint Captain iiatkaul's steamer
Fair Play w ill leave Cincinnati on Tues
day next for Xew Oiieans, oflieered ns
follows. C intain, Ji. C. Bookout; eletk,
Bryeon Purccll, Jr., Into of the A. C.
Donnaily; mate, Mont Ilaskins, late of
the D innally; steward, J is. Bowen, late
of the Thus. Sherlock.
Capti.iu Wiiliain X. Dunn, for many
years eh-ik and eointnander in the Evans
ville and Cairo mail line, tlied at his resi
dence in Mr. Vernon s):i Wednesday
morning last, altera lingering illness of
c'liisu'iniiticn, aged oj years. His wile
died about a year ago. lie leaves a son
and daughter to mourn his loss. Billy
Dunn was widely known along Ihe riv
ers, and had many friends' in this city as
The i. 1). of yesterday says; ('apt.
Reuben II arris has bought tho B.itesville
for ? 1,'tOO, and will put her lu the upper
Aikansas river trade.
.Mr. Ed. S. Hawks diet J at hisre-itlenee
In this city, Wednesday evening, lie
was formerly n well-known and popular
stertnboat clerk in the Xew Orleans trade.
The last steamboat he was on was the
Di-inarck, Captain John Spane. He
ipiil the river about two years ago, and
since Unit time has been engaged in the
commis-ion busi ness in this city.
The Ste Cenevievo arrived lrom St.
Louis yesterday with a very fair cargo
and cleared for Memphis alter making
additions here. The Cotton Valley
brought lid tons fur reshiptiient south and
returned to the Ohio. The Cons Millar
passed uj) for Cii cinnati with a light
trip. The Port E ids and barges were
aground at Thompson when ihe Ste
OciievH'Vii pa-sed, but arrived before
dark la-t evening.
Pn rsiii ni;, Pa., September ''.-The
Moiiongahela continii-js to recede very
slowly, with about P) Inches water at
the trap. The new towboat Joseph Nix
on, one ot ttie best vessels ever built
here, made a trial trip this morning to
test the machinery, which performed to
the satisfaction ot ail concerneo. The
furnace- Is amidships, fronting the rear of
the steamer, which is a new feature in
tow boats. She is thoroughly nnd hand
somely lilted up throughout, ami will be
commanded bv Capt. Joseph Xixon, her
owi er. Her lirst engineer is William
Mi Crary; assistant engineer. David Hen
derson; pilot, Joseph Holmes; mate.
From the Memphis Ai-ihtuelit: ol the
27th : "The wire of Mr. T. D. Radtlifle
whoso death was announced yesterday,
and whose funeral takes place to-day,
was fornnrly Mis Lizzie Tate and itltor
w ards Mrs. Lizzie Gill. Two handsome
steamers were named in her honor. One
was burned lu Red river and the other
sunk 2nd miles below this port Win.
D ure, a well known ex-river clerk, was
married to Miss Ella Holland on .Monday
la-t Mr. Maingatiit of the transfer
boat, h..s gone to Metropolis, HI., to look
alter a new boat building there for his
E. M. Kabb is fixing up a coasting
boat by MJ feet, to start from Rising
Sun, I nd., with Joe Thompson as pilot,
as soon as there is a rise lu the Ohio.
Fred Wilson leaves the same port, with a
JMxtiO boat, as soon as lie can. Jas. Bed
good also starts from the sauce belt w ith
a PixT'J foot store and produce- boat.
Pearce it Bedgood, with tt plow and shop,
boat, and their families on board, al-o
c line south I rum Rising Sun. J. XV,
WaUcr, with family, is coining South
an lSxTO loot boat, full of stores and pro.
diiee. Daly A Jones have another coast
er, lx'20 feet. Their families will all be
aboard. II. S. Eshey it Son are finishing
a ouster at Cincinnati to come south.
The Hcmphll brothers have 2000 bushels
of their own potatoes, which they will
bring down In a boat 2lMx100 loot. It
will till Us cargo below tho falls. Dato
,t Gleiison are completing about at Cin
cinnail, lOJxOO feet, for a southern
eoa-ter. P. Zimmerman U studying
about coming south with a cargo ot po
tatoes, but It not certain about it yet.
This is all Rising Sun news,
Freeh Baltimore oystore, raw. stewed
or fried, at nil hours of the doy or niifht,
ut Huny Walker's Crystal Saloon, H
Tho Xow Vork store soils moio goods
than any other house In Southern Illi
nois. Answer because they sell cheaper.
Sproat will have more of those Extra
Mobile Oysters Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, Cornor Twelfth street and
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In the JtoUer building, whero ho Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hitf patrons und tho public-. who
may favor him w ith it call. He lias gone
to couslderablo cxpenso in llttlng up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
ho hai provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have thulr .wants
attended to in style Ami will receive
oourcNus treatment, ' -I '-lf
The follewlng are the letters remain
ing uncalled for at the postofllce at Cairo,
Illinois, Saturday, September 29, 1377:
Austin, Amanda; Barker, Mollle;
Bailey, Elizabeth; Boid, Carrie; Barnes,
Delia; Brnrows, Margaret; Baker, Molllo
E.; Chasper, Ella; Coleman Alice; Clay,
Mrs. Thos.; Calvin, Mattlc; Fisher, Kate!
Fitzgerald, Mary; FUmo, Maria; Haley,
Mary; llencun, Josephine; McCorvol, N.
A.; McCaulcfJ, N. A.; lleeJ, Sopha;
Wood, Anna; Wilcox, Kate; Wadkin",
Anter, Albert; Bell, A. T.; Brice, Con;
Behind, Frank; Cooper, Mr.; Clonine,
Jas.; Clcmson, J. Y.; Codey, J. J.; Crow
ley, M. J.; Carroll, XV. J.DiicI, B. II.;
Exter, C. P.; Ferdinand, Mr.; Helder
blddlu, C; Lawson, Hunt; Jackson
Cyrus; Kltzcr, Johnathan; Ketchan, L.
C; Litzback, II.; McCnrty, A. J.;
McDonald, D. A.; MoWiliiams, II.;
MoMaea. John; Morrow, Jerry; Mollis,
Thus; Price, Edward; Powers, U. M.;
Parker, Tweed; ltoark, Andy; Biley, D.;
Roller, Max; Reed, It. B; Stewart, C;
Stager, F. 11; Shelby, Ilenry;Stnlth, John
W; Sharp, John; Spencer, Walker; Smith,
W; Stenson, WilK:huessler, V.;Thomp
son, M. A; Walker, L. M.
Persons calling for tho above will please
Gko. XV. McK-KAhi.
Milieu t t onlrHctora a nil lliiililera.
Proposals to build my house on Com
mercial avenue will be received until 4 p.
in. on Monday, October 1st. Plans and
speeiiicatlons can be seen at my saloon,
comer 20th nnd Poplar streets.
A I I III.N.VHK Ol.ll STAND.
-v o a ' Kiolmi-il HiiiiHell" hut Malsun
"IliiiiNcIf Aifiiln. '
Mr. S. Matson desires to announce to
the citizens of Cairo uml the surround
ing country, that he has returned from
Caliloriiia, ami again casting his lot In
Cairo, has opened a new stock ot BOOTS
AND SHOES at the same old stand, No.
1 10 Washington avenue, between Eighth
und .Ninth streets, where, while thanking
his old friends lor their past patronage,
lie desires to shake hands w ith them, and
supply them and many new customers
with anything they need in his line. His
stock is coming right in every day, nnd
is the be.-t tho market atlords. All are
invited to call. 27-lm
Lower than ever. Parties wishing dry
goods are requested to obtain our prices
before buying elsewhere, for we sell the
lowest. Xkw Yokk SroRK. (it
F refill Baltimore oysters, raw, stewed
or fried, at all hours of the day or nlicht,
at Harry Walker's Crystal Saloon. tit
Worili Its WcUht In uolil.
Fndoiibtedly the greatest modern dis
covery ia medieino is DaCosta's Radi
cal Cure for dyspepsia, sick headache,
sour stomach, eostlycness, biliousness,
loss of appetite, dtftress after eating, anil
all disorders caused by indigestion or a
deranged liver. Its results arc Astonish
iug, and sure relief Is) guaranteed in
every case where it Is faithfully used. It
tones up Die stomach, regulates the
liver, restores the natural appetite,
strengthens the delicate and expelu all
morbid humors lrom the system. Ty
phoid and bilotu fever might, in almost
every case, bo prevented by its timely
use. Trial size 25 cents. A very few
doses will relieve, and a little persever
ance euro you. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents fur Prof. Talker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physic. Price 'i'l cents Try It.
There will be a public examination of
teachers, held at the high school build
on Friday and Saturday, the 2-sth and
2!ith of September.
Mus. P. A. Tai.or,
Cairo, September 17th, 1877.
.tiIiiiiiiii Itemleieii Powerless.
The most certain way to render pow
erless the miasmatic vapors which pro
duce chills ami lever and other nvilarious
disorders, is to fortify the system against
t'leni with that matchless preventive of
periodic fevers, Hoatetter's Stomach Bit
ters. Tho remedial operation of the
Bitters is no less certain than their pre
ventive effects, and they may be relied
upon to overcome cases of fever and ague
which resist quinine and tho mineral
remedies of the pharmacopeia. Dys
pepsia, constipation, bilious complaints,
rheumatic uilmenls and general debility,
likewise rapidly yield to their regulative
and tonic Inlluenco. They are nn Incal
culable blessing to tho weak and nervous
of both sexes, an excellent family medi
cine, and the be.-t safeguard which the
traveler or emigrant ian take to an un
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TITE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner lBtfi Bt. and CommerolsJ A
C. 0. PATIEE & CO.
.TsW fUmrll LeXtm an
of ait DtMre, itrf msj
Hulks l'isp a
ik Rttv:i nt Pstn
StM tsMftV Can swe
Taunt. Mimw. wot. Inks ai.i WuskM aaxl tmr
ttitrtf 14 HUtsMI 101.11 M W Mr) II It II ef tht eVffi
. UUIMDIN DVnotuM." hi MKtt AfMte N sHls
; Ml1' tee. "ISftuM rKait.1 tu. llmarMH tsallasl t M mm.
1 iapkn,4rt. rtris. Hsftsl aaal S4t4 fSf full sarltanitora. P.
vnntniM sjmiU (k Ma ntraUk areentatt; aay
Mt4 j aaefats teertmentr. a Asaefitaji Vanwi aak.
I 4. MAUL!', e MftftitftlteAfft. 19 WmUbmIh., liustkf
BAMM.B. ''.".' i
CHARTERED MARCH tl,
CITY NATIONAL BANK. OAXBO
A. B. SAyrORI). President.
n.o. i i i.utt, vieerreaiuent.
AOaW. HYSLOP, fUo'TandTnasarer.
P.W. Bakclat, Chas. Oaxiuhsb,
B. U. ComriMQiuM, n. h. Rai-lidat,
J. hi. Fniixirs.
IKTKltKST paid on deposits at the rate of six
per cent, per anniim. March 1st and 8ptem
urlst. Intemat not withdrawn is added imrae
liately to the principal of the deposits, tbersb
Ivlntt Uieoi coinjieund interest , , v
' '' ,;' ; f
Married Women and Chllflronmeiy ' '
else can draw it.
Open every bnslneasday from Da. ns. to S p.m.
ai Saturday evenings for savings deposits ooif
rom 8 lo 8 o'clock.
W. HTSLOP. Treasurer.
Gity National Bank
W. P. HALL1 0 A V .President .
Ufc.NUy L. UALUOAY, VloePrast,
a. ji yroHD, Cishier.
WAl TlfR HVSLOP. Ass't Cashier.
H. Ntaats Tatslob. R H. eannriiiia
II I,. IUluday, W. P. Uaujdat
1). W'auAJtsoK, Btbpiikn lima, .
A. B. SAfTono,
Exohango, Coin and United States
uonas uougnt ana Bold.
DEPOSITS rwcelvod sad a general baoklBf
r Ilroifl, President. 11. Wflls, Cashier.
P. IsbU. VicePros't T. J. Kerth. Asst. ash'r
Corner Commercial Are. and 8t Street
IT. Itross, Cairo. VI m. Klum Cairo.
P. Nefl", Uiro. Wm. Wolfe Cairo;
A . SiiHiinkii, Cairo. li. L. nilllnirsloy, St. Louis.
H. Jlmlcr, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo,
r. II. Brinkman, Ht. Lonia,
J. Y. Clenuton, Caledonia.
v Ueneral Banklua; Business Dai
rfF-ichanKf sold and bought . Interest pasd
n Uio SavittKS Detmrtmcnt. Collantinna nurU.
ml all buaiuasa uromutlv attended to.
0. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
He. 76 -OHIO LEVEE.
PF.C. AL attiatlct given t eonslRnmcnts and
till In onlfrs
Wholi'sale ;pealiT In
OHjj.-Oji-iop Twelfth and
ICE by the Car Load Too or WlU
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washington aadlOoaejsMfola
Aye adjoining- Hanny'a.
Great chaaee to make money . If you can't
get gold you can get reabacke. W
ntsnl a parson la .very Iowa to Ufca sub
..i'iiuu, iui Htiam, uiam
beat llluliraied family puhllcaiian in tn. world.
Any one can become tnecemful afend The moat
elegant workt of art given free to subscribe. The
he. la so low that almost everybody sub-crlbas.
One agent reports nuking over l5uio a week. A '
lady agent reports takiag over 4n0 namea in tea
days. All who engage niak. ancney fiut. Yoacaa
devote all your time to the buaineas, er only your .
asar. lime. Yuu need not be away from ham. ev
night. You can du il as well as others . Poll par
liculars, terms and oirections rtee. Kfegssst sad
expensive outfit free. If you want preliuabl. work
j .. I I mm It no.a HAlkl-uf IA
sniu ua .eui uui.. - w-s-,. ' , " ,
try Ihe buiineu. No ona who engages tail saake
great pay. Address, "The PeopWa Jouroel,"
TION. aiOO inveated bv US Is AO davs fltisailillaai
have mad. 13.780. SlOOkave paid SI, TOO
in 30 days , n . guarantee au oo day TmnslSSI
Money r'fimded if no profit la saad. Belswineas
given. Corrvspondeucc solicited,
V KBOBBKLl.0n. ,
Members Mew York Stock Kwkat
- . . .
J. D. DEANE, PropV
LsteoltheStChattes. ;' , ' ' . ; ' .
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