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..ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Sole.--Any business Una can have three line
oace, to Cilia column under appropriate heading
libs rate of ai.e" per nioulbor ais per year
nysle iiurlcrly in advani.
' Hardware, litru aud Tin War.
' A. IIALLKY UuloriufttovUtTiiiMd Hard
ware, Oajdeu anil Farmers' Implements, Wire
Joods, KeirlKerators, Pumps 4iid laddorn.
II Commercial Avauue. buttering, and Job
Work done on short notice.
lr, fluorine:, ceiling, slilliiii and surfaced
lumber, lath sad shiujilea. Office and yard
rorw-r Twentieth street and Washington avenue
LANCASTER ft KICK Dealers in suh.
Suors, blinds, etc.. hard and lull lumber and
liliigles. Yard ami ulhc, Coinruerciul avenue,
oilier I7tli street.
D. HARTMAK Dealer in Queensware, Toys,
liiiie and all ktnde of fancy artid'a. Cumruer-,-iul
avenue, corner 0U1 street.
WILLIAM WINTER-Slxth street between
Commercial avenue and Washington svtnue.
Clothing aiad Merchant Tailoring;.
JOHN ANTKl.V-Merttiant Tailor and dialer
I Heady Mole Clothing. 7 Ohio Levee.
Heal fcatate Agencies.
M. J. llOWLKY-Reiil K.UU Agent. Ituya
nd u-lla real eaUte, collects rente, iMtya uses
lut non-rumtenU.eUr. Commeruei avmie, be
(weeii S m til and Tenth ateel.
lotion and ToliMi'ro tail'...
r.etorn of the eariuem' Tolwi o Warehii'
A f, Cufiiiiiinertial Avenue.
j Uerwral KorwariliiiK and I uiilii.aiun
n,er,hiil, for the eaie of rutin, (mi. ten, Or
i hard aud Dairy I'rodue. m ihio lvw
A. WITIlKLOC K A CO.
lit lieneral KorwttiiniK luid inuiiilin
merchaau, and dealers la oil kuida of t mil and
riodur. M Ohio Irvee K,niKlili.-ul lulu
itad, Hten'lla furnheil on appni-aiiuu.
ILUNOIS CENTRAL R
St. Louis & Chicago
'i'Le only Road Eunnins Two
Daily Traina from Csiro,
Sired CouecUon wiS&sieralines
Traina Lm Cairo
120 D.m, Faot Rpr. arrivini? In Pi.
LouU km p.W-i tbicago.7), a.m.
9 20 o m. CINCINNATI & L0UI8
a p'v1li! FABT LINE
Arrivlniri n Cloiinnati H-.30, a.m.; Louis
vUto inUImnmiaolta, i.V, a.m.;
I'ajweng'T y tola train arrive at above
OF ART OTflia BOUTE.
i!0 p. m.Faxt Mad with sleepers atlactl
en. for liT. LOIIS and CUlCAfO,
arriving in e)L jLouli at U:.'10 a.m. (.'In-
t?o al iM p.m. Coniiectiii( at Odin
or Kfflnjrhani tvr CIiu'lDDati, LotiUville
PAST TIME EAST
.'uAMDxer by tbii lino (;o throuli to
the East without any delay cuuid ly
J he SATURDAY AKTKKSOON TRAIN
I 'ROM CAIRO ARK1VKS IN NKW
YORK ,"jf,J'JjY. 0"-'s,iU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTMKK KOL'TE.
AilvertiaeuieuU of cotupetinf linen Unit
tliey make better time than this one, art
are issued either through ignorauce or u
dealre to mislead the public.
ror through ticket aud iulorinatioo,
ipply at Illinois Central R. 11. Uepot, Cairo.
TRAlMt ARMVI Al CAiaol
...J:"u p at.
Oi.n l Southern Agt.
J. II. Jo.M s. Tidct Ai;t.
Tlli'iv luliri lu yuiiUo meu irurn
W railv Lie'. )aiilool Restored. ini-'Q
tine f nwta oi errors auu aouaca m
rj) iiellnieiita ti niarriaKe removed. Qq
!S ew n:etlod of trentiiient. New
.ami rviuaraauic ituicuicb.
Oj ana eirruiar eeot tree in
2 'envelopes. Adden Howasd AHlg
Wito iation. 41 S. Siuth at. I'hila-U
rtelphla. I'a. An Institution lmv
iing a hiitb reputation tor hnn.ir
ahle conduct and irufrsional
p rirtare and Ararkrla.
K. C. Ford hn reraovnl lih Variety
Braiket ,'toro to Washington avenue
nrnr Tenth street. He Los opened a
large stock of tracketa, shelve, frames,
i hroraos, picture eord find tassel.1?, rnr
tain taseL fancy nails, hat racks, etc-.
I'ictnro framing msdo a speciality
Chroraoa mounted in the cheapest nnd
best stjle. lm
It is now eonoeded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laiimlress, No. 13 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial aye
anes, has one of the best conducted latin
Iry establinhmente in the rltv. nnd land
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
tlnd It to their advantage to call upon
lira. TboiuMoii tr Mrt'rne, Ilouico.
Willi some thirty year's experience iu
. wilie piac.tioeln the profession, are confl.
ilent in tendering our gervlces to the
public, tllllce No., fit Ohio leyee, up
Wuod i Womi 1 1 Waatl lit
TlieCuiro fiox and flasket com puny
will deliver wood In any part of .the city
Kt $1.12 a load ; nlso kindling at 5 cents
"'a bundle. Orders may be lelt with W.
II. Mori is, secretary, athlgofllee In the
l ily National bank building 27-2.1
Wholcanla astd Betatl.
( )nr stock Is the largest asaorUd stock
in Southern Illinois, being complete in
all lines. We Oder our goods at lower
prices thnuevcr before sold In this mar
ket. All wo Oik is to call aud obtain our
prices for cash,.. Truth will out. New
York Store. ' '
1 )yer aud cleauer of ladles' and gentlo
mens' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gcntlemens' hats dyed aud
fdiuinpiianrl blocked In the lutcst style.
(Jhetnlittl . soap on bund, warranted to
remove impurities ironi uu luuncs w im
out Injury to the material. lm.
We ofl'er two lbs. etaudurd lHiacbei for
12 cents; all other canned good very
low for cash, at the New Vork store.
'f be knight, of the above older meet
at i heir hall the first and tbird Monday
In each month. Commercial avtuue. lid dour
outii or mu street, at p ni .
John U. Holhes, (j. 0. M.
A8CALON LOOGB, NO. 61.
Enighta of Pythias, meets every Frl-
Hay night at iwu-paM seven, in uua-
inflows' Uall. Uowa,
i , ALEXAiWKK LODGE, 10. KM,
jr iiulMMiident Order of Odd-Fab
L J lows, meet every Thursday night
' at ball-iawt aeveu, In their hall on
Joiniwn lal avenue, between SUth an Seventh
rceta Will K. iiawkimh, . u
TUKO KNCAMPMKNT, I- O. O. F.. DieeU
. 7in Odd-Fellows' Hall on the Ant and third
I utsday in every uiuuth, at half-past aeven
A. Commie, C P
JaTuoLODOIC. N0.W7.A.F. A. M.
Hold regular communications in V
jCT aonic Hull, corner Commercial avenue
V ami tit,'hth atreet, on the eeoond and
ourtb Monday of each month.
KATKN OF ADVEBIHISU.
EJAU bill for advertising, art due and pay.
able im advakcb
Tranaietit advertising will be inserted at tns
rate of 1 00 per HUre fur Die flnt in rlion
and 5" cenU fur euch aubejuent olio A liberal
iliacount will be made on aUniliiiK and diHpl
For inaertiiiK Funeral notlie l ' Notlne ol
rueellnx of aocklie or e-r t nrlrra Vi ,,( fur
tu.h inm rllon
COIUOiercJJr h, iciely, Fntivaland Siil-l' n..tl, l
InnaJloo. Ot,1 " l"ertd aa adverliaribeiiM
N kilvrrtikriiieiil will be received at less tlian
Hi rents, and no ailvertieirient will be iniwrttd
fur Iran than thri-e dollars per month
i.orai. BiNi!.aii xoicr.a
Of one efjiiare (3 lines r.paue) or more, in
serted iu the bci i iriN as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a quare.)
One Insertion p r squara. f BO
Two itm rtlons per square 75
Three insertion per square 1 M
Six insertions per square 1 75
To we ks per equiire 2 60
One month per square 3 50
ripeeutl rates made on Inre idverlise-
Ments or for lony-r lime,
Illinois Central R.R.
Commencing Juno 6th,
Cuiroto New York ?21 00
Cairo to Boston via Albany 21 00
Cairo to ISoston via New York
all rail 2 00
f'airolo Uostoii via New York
Sound 23 00
t 'iaro toIJtillaloand Niagara Fallv.. 18 CO
Cairo to Washington and Baltimore-
Cairo tol'bilailelpbia V 75
Cairo to Httsburg 17 00
Cairo to Harribmr 50
.1 A. VIES JOHNSON.
Oeu. Southern Ag't.
J. II. JONES, Ticket Agent.
F1SIUAY, JLNE 8 lb77.
Loral Wexsttier Hctiora.
Causo. III., June 4, ie77.
7 ( NK
7 a in
-H.KU t "'' I S
rainfall, .ii inch
Benrcaiit. Suttial Service. V. A. A.
Eiybt lbs. of white coffee sugar for $1,
at New York btore. H
r or arlUtlc Photograplis at a moderate
:o(iteall at Gustavo Wetw'l's Gallery.
Faces of choice prints at lower iirlccs
than ever old before in Cairo, at New
York Store. It
Three nudes, spring wagon and har
ness, very low. Apply to James Hois.
, Koom to Let,
Suitable for a bed room lnrnishedor tin
furnished. For particulars Inquire on
th premises ol Mrs. M. B. Harbfm.. tf
A house on Division street, between
Wabhington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to W. It. Smith.
anoo I ly I
Uo to I. mils C. Herbert's saloon for an
ice cool shno fly glass of beer, at 3 cents
Wood I Wuod 1 1
A large quautity of wood, ready lor
the stove, for sale at the Cairo and Vin
cennes railroad freight depot, at $9 00
A po.-itive cure. Painless and stain
less. Price $1. Order from Dr. Qulney
A. Scott, 27 renn aye., Pittsburg, Pa.,
or through any druggist. A liberal dis
count to dealer. Circular free.
To all who are sudering from the
errors nnd Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure yon, free of charge. This great
cmedy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. 'Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Kcv. Joseph T.
Innian, Station I). Hlblo House, New
York City. 1-aO-Cm
Tobarro and filter.
JlcrcliiuiU, grocers, and suloou-kcepcrs
should not target that Messrs. Corlis &
I'ankin, proprietors of tho Prairie 3tuto
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an establishment at tho corner
of Sixth street nnd Ohio leveo in this
city where they wil. do a wholesalo and
retail business in tho tobacco and cigar
Hue. They havo on baud the largest
ami most corapluto stock ol
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are pronared to
supply the wants of the trade at tho
lowest living prices. Dealers are lu
yltetl to call and examine their stock,
Yaftt. Letita Via. Cairo Viareatiea
."iB.eugeis leaving Cairo at 5 a. m
reach bt. Louis at 3:15 p. ni. This Is
Irom two to five hours In advance of all
other lines making direct connection for
Chicago and all poluts northwest. This
is the only line runuiug through from
Cairo to the Union depot, St. LouK in
daylight. Rates as low as any.
I". A. Miller,
lv. General Paesseer Agent.
Local Bret idea,
Os.ii rceulec, ot Goose island, aud
Mart. V, Brown of Thebes, were in Cairo
Yesterday was a uiort delightful
day, the air bulug cool and refreshing
and the streets were a little muddy.
The Illinois Central railroad com
pany are putting a new supply of grayei
on the trucks on Ohio levee.
When the new towboat Port Eades
came into port yesterday she was the
observed of all observers. She is a line
Mr. J. K. Sterns, general agent of
the Connecticut Mutual life insurance
company, Is registered at the St. Charles.
Ladies will be pleased to. know that
Uoldntinc & Hoscnwater, sole agents for
E. Buttrick &Co., in Cairo, are in receipt
of tin entire new stock of the very latest
and most fushiontble patterns.
-How would It do for our young men
to give one of their minstrel entertain
ments lor the benetlt of the ML. Carmel
sufferers. There Is some talk of such
Mr. Jus. Johnson, general Southern
agent for the Illinois Central railroad,
returned to the city yesterday after a
three weeks' business trip through
apt. J. F. .Miller still runs the
'yreen line" ngency here, aud daily be
comes more popular with its patrons.
Prompt attention to business is the
Solotnan I'arelra, at the old stand,
1-W Commercial avenue, U now offering
his choice stock of dry goods and cloth
lug at great bargains. Cab on him.
-The Cairo City Bindery, A. W. Pyatt
X Co., proprietors, Is now turning out
work ol'evety description in their line In
first-clacs and workmanlike manner, lm
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Standish of Mem
phis, are in the city visiting their friends,
Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. H. Candec and Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. safford. Mr. and Mrs.
Standish are on their w ay to Minnesota,
where they will spend the summer.
Miss Annie Alvord, who has sp?nt
the greater part ot the last year in Jack
sonville receiving instructions in music,
returned to her home In this city yester
Persons having magazines, periodi
cals, etc., whloh they do.ire to have bound
should take them to the Cairo City Bind
ery, where they w ill be d )uu at reasonable
rates and in tirt-cks order. 1-1 m
The Church of tin Kcdtcmer people
will hold a meeting at their church this
cveuing for the purpose ot arranging for
a Sunduy school picnic to take pla.c
Justice of the Peace Comings, having
removed to Judx'e Bross' office, corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will be foitud iu his office from
8 to 12 o'clock, u. m., daily.' 1-3-tf.
Will the individual who picked up a
black crape veil near the corner of Twen
tieth and Poplar streets about dusk on
decoration day. Leave it at J.'ll. Met.
culfs store, or return to II. Greeley,
iuter's gallery, 'i hey will be suitably
F.M. Ward has gone luto the ice
business, and Is now delivering pure lake
Ice iu all parts of the city. Orders lelt
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the Ice delivered guar
anteed. 1 2-1 ra
Palatable medicines. Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral ii a honeyed drop ot relief; his
Cithartio Pills glide sugar costed over the
palate; and h!s Sarsnparllla is a nectar that
imparts vigor to life, restores health and
expels dlstase.-tWaterford (Ps.JJAdver
Jacob Klee, corner of Washlnirten
avenue and Twellth street, Is now p a.
pared to supply the citizens of Cairo with
pure lako ice at the lowest living prices,
His wagon makes dally rounds, and will
deliver ice In any part ot tho city, Ice
depot at corner Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, where all orders should
be left. 1 2-tf
S The 'Bahy' Best Friend" is the most
aporoprtate title for lr. Bull's Baby Syrup.
It Is absolutely free from opium, morplia
and other powerful agents, Is perfectly
ale and rellablo under all circumstances,
and by allaying the usual stomach and
bowel disorders of babyhood keeps the
child Irom b etting and crying, so Injurious
to itself and annoying to all. Price 25
-The Cairo and Vinccnnes railroad
company proposes running an excursion
Train to Mt. Carmel on Sunday, in order
to give those of our people who are de
sirous of viewing tho ruins of tho unfor
tunate town. The train will leave the
depot at six o'clock Sunday morning
nnd return about eight o'clouk in the
evening, giving all who go between
three and four hours among the ruins.
Charlie Scott, the eonlldenco man,
who (kipped out on Monday In order to
flcapo trial, lias not yet been heard from.
It Is said that he placed one hundred dol
lars In the hands of a party in this city
which was to bo turned over to Grace,
the victimized fCentucklan, provided he
would not appear to testify. Grace, how
ever, would not bo bribed, and hence the
disappearance of Scott, who was well
awaro of tho consequences if ho stood
Mr. Ed. Braxtou, that chief of ton
sonul artists, has taken churgo of the
shop on Eighth street, owned by tho late
Daniel Lamport. Ed. Braxton ia one ol
the best barbers In the state, as well as a
gentlemau in his intercourse with bis
pitrons. Ho was one of tbo suflei'er in
the luto fire at the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly. He is now trylug to build tip ggalu,
and we bespeak lor him a fair slinre ol
patronage. He deserves it. U
.ULL-aUJ 1 1 ..I"!.
-In another plate we publish the
caid of the Csiro and Vincennea rail
road, which contains everything that
those who contemplate going to Mt.
Carmel ou Sunday may with to know.
-Facets entirely disproportions! to
causes are frequently induced by the
stapled drcumitaous. A little pimp:
Indicative of the beginning 0f deterioration
L of the blood, will, by neglect of preventive
means, develop Into the loathsome ulcer
and sap health or piobabiy destroy life.
Dr. Bull's blood mixture rrevente uih
-On Saturday evening Capt Itecrc Du.
gao, of tho steamer T. F. Eckcrt, will
tcuder a complimentary excursion to
Mr. fhiulca K. Alexander, who is the
guest of Mr. Frank Gulighcr. A large
number of invitations for the event have
been leaned. The bout will leave- the
wharf ut about seven o'clock, returning
at about midnight.'
A bright sr. d beautilul uhl d shows la Us
very expression that Its babyhood was not
associated with opium, cordials, etc.,
for the eontioued use of opium Is antago
nistic to health. That valuable and highly
recommended remedy for the disorders of
babyhood. Dr. Bull's baby syrup, Is abso
lutely free from morphia and all other
daDgerous agents sud can be safely em
ployed stall times. Only 25 cents pel hot
Arlington Hotel arrivals yesterday
were J. H. Thorp, C. J. Barlow, Bur
low City, Ky.; S. B. Penn, Hiukleville,
Ky.; 6. P. Dougherty. St. Louis; A. S.
Gullage, Marion, III.; S. A. Graham, St.
Louis; W. G. Uaselrig, Cincinnati; Jas.
F. Ballard, St. Loul; J. liujthes, ltye
Beech, Conn.; C. D. Bush, Format), 111.;
E. S. Remington, New Orleans; Dr. J.
A. Gibbs, Thebes, III.; Ed Corlis, Me
tropolis; Jas Rouse, EvangyihV, Geo. C.
Newberg, St. Louis; A. Meiwayne, Ey
ansville; T. G. Farris, Vienna; lion. F.
M. McGee, New Burnside; Jas. Steel,
St. Louis; W. K. Shoemaker, Canton,Ky.
Chlfcfot Police A rter arrested three
colored gentlemen about noon yesterday
for indulging i.i a rough and tumble
fight. They were Henry Yaeger, Jim
Oody and Bill Owens. They were each
fined five dollars and costs for their
sport. Oody and Owens went to Jail,
and will labor on the streets lor seven
days each. Yaeger, being agcntleman.in
better circumitances than his fellow suf
lerers, paid his fine and was discharged.
Great excitement was occasioned iu
the city, at about S o'clock last night, by
the report that Al. Richardson, a boy
of fifteen years of age, hod outraged a
littlo girl three or lour years old. The
report was greatly exaggerated. While
the little girl w-as playing with other
children on the sidewalk In front of
Winter's Row, she became separated
Irom her companions for a few moments,
when the boy, Al. IHchard-ion, made an
Indecent assault upon her. Her Ecrcams
attracted attention, aud luckily she was
rescued from the hands ot the young vil
lain before she had received any injury.
A party by the name of John Wil
liams went aboard of the steamer C. ii.
Church on Wednesday evening and
rolled a barrel ot whisky overboard, In.
tending to land It with a skiff. He was
seen by Mate Joe Poukis, who after
giving him a sound Hogging, drove him
ofl the bout aud iulortucd C'luel of Police
Charlie Artcr, who arrested Williams
yesterday morning. He was given a
hearing before Justice Couiiugs.who held
blm to bail iu the sum ot five hundred
dollars, aud seut hltu to jail because he
was unable to "put up.
Iu thecu'cuit court ou Wednesday
the case of Clem Young, charged with
forging a note on Geo. Hicks for two
dollars aud fifty cents was called, but the
countyrattorney tailing to make a case
against Young, he was discharged. The
case of Robert Easley and Charles Allen,
under indictment for stealing forty-two
dollars from Mrs. Mary E. Merritt, an
old lady living In the upper end ot the
city, was called yesterday morning, and
occupied the time of the court for the
entire day. There are forty-two wit
nesses who have been suhptcnacd to
testily in this case, and up to last night
only part of them had b en board.
The Knights ol Mystic Krew oi w
mus having obtained permission from the
city council to use St. Mary'a Park, In
which to celebrate the nation's one hund
red aud first birthday, propose with the
help ot the citizens of Cairo, to give an
old time celebratlou one that will be a
credit to our city, aud the grandest dem
onstrations ot the kind ever held In
Southern Illinois. Vatlous committees
have been appointed and are now dill
gentl y at work forwarding preparations
lor the graua event. iV9 hope our cltt-
zons will heartily aid tho "boys" in their
endeavors. It will be distinctly a "home
celebration, aud should receive en
couragemcrtt at the hands of our cltleens.
t-The biggest haul that has yet been
made by tho burglars in Cairo during
their present raid, was that ot WedneS'
day. night. The house ol Mr, Joo Ron'
ekcr, corner ot Fourteenth street and
Washington avenue was entered and
ninety-tour dollars in banknotes stolen.
The resldenco of Mr. William Stratton
was also Visited and a valuable gold
watch and chain, a set of gold sleeve
buttons and shirt studs, and a number of
other articles mead away with. The
house of William Trigg, near tho corner
of Eighth street and Washington avenue
was not lorgotton by tbo thieves, Mr,
Trigg's pants, coat and vest wero all
taken out of his room and searched, but
luckily nothing ol value was found In
them. The thieves got into Mr. SUrac
ton's house by climbing up ;tho porch
pillows and hoisting second story win
dow, nothing has ;been learned by the
officers of the perpetrators of these
Hlrayed from the promises ol the under
slftiod in this city on Wtdneidsy evening,
May 30, 1877, a black umro seventeen hands
high, wulU mark In forehead, and le It hlud
foot white. Was lut seen usar Unity in
this county, a reward of ten dollars will
hi paid lor her return to lha undersigned.
lit JiCOl HRsDIKY.
AID FOR MT. CARMEL,
food astd (Jtomiuv.
Hew Will Caire Aaswer the Plea '? A Meet
ing at the Council Chamber this
A phja for food and clothing comes
from the sorely alBicted aud suflering
people olMt. Carmel. The late terrible
tornado, which played Jsuch sad havoc
with that beautiful and thriving village
has left hundreds of lis inhabitants des
titute of tho necessaries of lllo, ami strip
ped them of their clothing, aud they ap
peal to tho people of Cairo for a helping
band. Will it bo exteuded?
1 1 Applications tor aid having been
made through the city authorities, May.
or Winter has issued the following
CALL FOR A MEETING
to be held at the couucil chamber this
The citizens ol Cuiro are requested to
meet at the council chamber this even.
Ing at precisely 7:30 o'clock, for the pur
pose oi Diking into consideration the
condition ot tho citizens ot our sister
city Mt. Carmel, wnlch place it has hern
the will ol Divine Providence to afflict,
leaving many families In a very destitute
Come one, come everybody, and lend
a l.'tlplnjr hand by contributing to the
hungry and the clothing o the nuked,
and the appointing of committees from
each ward of tbeclty to solicit aid fur
the sufterers. Respeetiully,
Hesry Winter, Mayor.
1 1 connection with the above we append
the following dispatch, received by us
Mt. Carmel, June C, 1870. The best
of our town has been destroyed. We
uave seventy-nve lainines destitute, and
need clothing and provisions.
J. J. Thomas,
WE SAVE A NEW CLIEK.
founty Clerlt Lynrb Tender Hia Re.
aigrnntlun, nnd the oninilaaJonri-a
Appoint ftHin Hunnn aa hla Miieeee
Mr. Jacob G. Lynch yesterday ten
dered to the county commissioners his
resignation ol the office ot county clerk,
in the following form :
Cairo, June 7th, 1S77.
To Hon. Thomas Wilson, Chairman of the
Hoanl of County Commiwioner at Alex
ander County, Illinois:
DtarSii OwlnE to continued had
health and a desire to eneaae In other
business, I hereby tender to the board,
through you, my resignation as county
clerk ot said Alexander county.
ery respeciiuuy, etc.,
Jacoh G. Lynx'h.
The resignation was accepted by the
The question of a successor In office
then came up In the board, and Mr. Sam
Humru, tho deputy in the office wss ten
dered the position. Mr. llumm signified
a willinene&s to accept, and was elected
by the board. This is perhaps the best
appointment that could have been made.
Mr. H. has been the deputy clerk for a
long time, and is thoroughly posted in
the aOairs ot the oftice. We congratulate
him on his good fortune.
A lew Thiols that we Know.
Wc know that a disordered stomach or
liver produces more suffering than any oth
er cause. VV e know that very few physi
cians arc successful iu these diiorders.
We know that DuCosta's radical cure will
without the shadow ol a doubt, almost Im
mediately relieve and permanently cure all
of the distressing symptoms. We know of
thousands who are willing to testify that
what we say is true to tho letter. We
kno.vthatit you will give it a lair trial,
you will let us add your name to the
"cloud of w itnesses." Will you give it a
trial, and do it now? Trial size only ia
cents, Sold by Barclay Bros.
Prof. Paikcr'e Pleatant Worm Syrup is
perfectly safe and extremely palatable.
No physic required. Costs 23 cents. Try
it. li-i)-! m
Murder Will Out.
A lew years ago "August Flower"' was
discovered to be a certain cure tor dyspep
sia and liver complaint, a few thin dyspep
tics made known to their friend how
easily and quickly ttny hid been cured by
Ut ue. The great merits of Green's
August Flowrr became heralded thruu h
the country by ono sulfur to another, unt 1,
w.t out advert'slug, its sale ha become
iranen-e. Drugdsts in ev ry t'-wn In ..-
United Stat s are selll g it. N' rsou
suffering with sour stomach, el K n ila hu.
oMlveness, pa pttatl n f heh'art n I
peUon,l"Wsplrl's, eto , can tk t ie e
doses withou relie'. Goto P.ul 8 h ib
and ge a uot le lor'V cent and ty t
Sainnle bottles 10 cents
Have You a rimyr T
That dry, hacking mtuU ...... Iiei i
oi approHclilng C'lnrHiinpi' .ii. l' clu ck
the awitt prureas ol lie .! .iiy.i
prompt and derisive uieHMires .miai be
resorted to. A dose ol Dr. Morris' Syr
up of Tar, Wild Cherry aud Horehouud,
taken when the coughing spells come on,
will allord immediate relief, and event
ually ellect a thorough cure. It will be
found equally beneficial la all tortus oi
throat and lung disorders. In cnse3 ol
croup it is of Inestimable value. Call at
tho drug store ot
and inquire about it. They will furnish
you with a trial sizo bottlo for 10 cents.
Largo sizes 50 cents and One Dollar.
Also, agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which never tails.
Pleasant to take, and requires no physio
Prlop 25 cents.
A Point ou Whirls the Hoc tor Arret.
Physicians who have tested the Hostet
ters Stomach Bitters concur In represent.
Ing it to be an eminently eafo stimulant, far
preferable to the ordinary liquors of com
merce, not only becauso it .is medicated,
but because it is i attultely ?pure. Its alco
holio basis is the finest old rye, and this ta
tempered and reudertd inedlolnal by the
ourative ingredients ol botanic origin
which it holds In solution, It has often
been Imitated, but never rivaled, and is
to-day tbo leading tonlo diuretic and aper
ient in America. Malarial fevers aro pre
vntd and remedied by, and it ii a thor
oughly reliable medicine hi caies ofdys
peptla, constipation, liver ponvplalut.rlicu
uiatisai, gotit, uervousnoss, urinary af
fections. It improve! the appetite, in
ereaits the bodily stamlua, cheoki prema
ture decay, n a sustaining and comforting
cordial ror the aged and Infirm It unequal
Sunday, June 10th, 1877.
Traius will leave 1th Street deoot at
0 a. m., returning to Cairo at Hp, m.
Hound trip tickets $3.00 For mile ut.
depot, and ticket office Ohio levee.
F. A. MILLER,
2t Gen. Pass. Agent
Uuse, Loom is & Co., dealers In nortk
cm lake Ice, have removed their office
tram the corner of Eighth atreet and
Ohio levee to the ice bouses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering ice In all parts of the cltyi
Those desiring the cold stufl will leave
their orders at the new office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
James Kavasacoii, Manager.
Cairo, Illb., May 17. 1S77. 6 17-ltn
A delicate com lexlon Is he heat com
pared to a bloom ng rose; hui wnen the
countenance fa di. floured with clutches
pimples. Ilk- aee.is n aroe b-d. the kui-
ferer sh.i ild p. omptly us Dr. Bull'- Bio d
Mixture which q i kly and t-nVtUully
ertdlcatrs u h un-ljjhtly evidence- ot In.
puru blood. 0 6-iw
The majority of people t-uQer to a tie-ter
0' mer degree trom this sad attlictlom
many unthinkingly cultivate It by ln-uffl.
t y mvtlcatlng heir food; others wh se oc
cupation is of a sedentary character have
lorced on them, the excessive use of to
bacco, etc., all tend to develop it. The
symptoms vary, one su tiering severely
after meals, another only slightly, eonstipa
tionor diarrabea, flatulence, variable ap
petite, eto., are only a few of lis unnlear
ant consequences. Now what Ij required,
is attention to diet, assisted by a remedy
which aids the natural secretions in the at-
montary canal and produces again a nor
mal solvency of food. Such a valuable
remedy is the celebrated Home Stomach
You are asked every day through the
columns of the newspapers and by your
druggist to use something for your des-
dyspepxia and liver complaint that you
know nothing about, you get discouraged
spending money with but Ilttlle success,
Now to give you a satlsfaetory proof
Green's August Flower will cure you of
dyspepsia and liver complaint with all its
effects, such as sour stomach, sick head
ache, habitual costlveuess, palpitation of
the heart, heart burn, water-brash, fullness
at the pit of the stomach, yellow skin, coa
ted tongue, indigestion, swimming ot the
bead, low spirits, ,tc, we ask you to go to
Paul G. Schuu's and get a sample bottle ot
Green's August Flower tor 10 cents and
try It, or a regular s'e tor 75 cents. Two
does will relievo you.
Cairo, tLLixui9,iTuearOAT tvim.vu, (
.June 7, 1st;.
The weather continues unsettled and
wu.liave had more or less rain ever ju day
since our lost report. A heavy thunder
and rain storm visited this section this
morning. Wo fear wo are bavlng too
much ruin for the good .of the growing
The market generally speaking
has undergone no change, and
business is dull. There is very
Utile doing in the Flour. Hay or Oats
market. Coru id a little more active, and
and the demand is lair, though transac
tions have been light owlug to the light
receipts. The tobacco market holds uo
well, and the sale to-day was one of the
best for several weeks. The number of
hogsheads offered Was forty-one. uud a
considerable portion of them were of a
superior quality ot tobacco. It is evi
dent, alfer looking the market
over, that the bulk ol
the better quality of tuli.ico
have not yet been marketed. I be pr ci s
Oj alueil will, ou inveotiiiioii. b ii.ninl
to a Oiae a llilP-luxei
p. viuUh liiea. 1 lie buanl .1.. i
a tendance on the n!e w. i. i, .
tie 'iiildiiig -plrit.' il. Ail ntt 'i i e
rt.i.nh lukeii. The inn k ' ; . i I
ai ue. q io r i i
con i' i urn a- i . . t
i be IV . :. 1. . ;.
. ' ;
. ' or -, i , - .
i Hi Al iUilu I
waJTOui lit ills afeiiill bv.ir m . t. , . i i
thai liiu prices here g.vcu are only tor
s ties irom tlrsl bauds In rouud lots, in
tllliiu orders and lor broken lots it la
uecessury to charge an advance over
The Inquiry for flour remains un
changed. Tim demand is light and en
tirely for choice and good lumlly
brauds. All common and iufcrlor grades
are dull aud llteless. But few sales have
been effected. Prices have become more
settled and are now steady at quotations.
Sales noted were 100 bbls various grades,
$0!) ; 60 bbls good family, $0 ; 300 bbls
various grades, $3 25tfM) AO ; 100 bbls
choice family $9 25 ; 50 bbls various
The hay market is practically un
changed. There Is a slight demand lor
good mixed to strictly choice. The sup
ply of these grades is low aud receipts
light. Low grade hay is plenty and dull.
Prices are steady at quotations. Sales re
ported wote 3 cars choice mixed, $13 ; 3
cars choice Timothy, $13 CO ; 1 car low
Timothy, $1 1 ; 1 car low grade, $0.
There Is a lair demand for white corn.
principally tor milling purposes. The
receipts are light, aud there is yory little
now on tho market. Prices are about 1
cent ofl sluce lut report. Wo note tales
ofl car white In sacks, 67c; 1,000 sacks
white, BCc; 430 sacks mixed, 5ll2e; 3
ears white in bulk, 50c.
There is very little aollvlty In the oats
Cairo and Vincennei R,
mwket, and traoiaxs'!on bar beta
light. Betefpta are Brtl. tat In the con-
ditionof trade BufBdeat ferr the wants
ol tho market. Sale noted were 1 car
Northern In bulk, 39c f. 3 can mixed in
There la a liberal demand for meal.
The supply on the market h fair.' galea
noted were 350 bbls. city. $2 60 : 350
$2 0002 C5. Country meal Is iu good
supply atuidt . ' ,
Bran Is in fur suuulv and nsmlprain
demand, l'-lcea are a little stronger,
ana tales were made yesterday at $20.
There are very few potatoes ot any
kind on the market. Old are In demand
at $4, and new at $4 6Q8.
The market it overstocked with -all
kinds oi butter from choice to
the lowest gradis, and it la
difficult to vtork oil. It it fear
ed by comiiii-eliiii nierchan s that much
of It must spo t PriJi a are low aud
weak. Sali- .0.(1 wi 4 mlui hutce
1718e ; 100 lt. . uii'l.- iu l.tumls. 10
(15e; 7 p"h '' in !, I .it. w
14" ; 3 p . - iu ; 300
lbs Soutlnrii 1 :-:s, '..'(e) 5i ; 2s' bs
choice Mi h's t.i,
Eggs are -ciivc and ir: .nu.und at
prices a sh.idt; higher. Sale no'ed Wi re
4caMt'S, IOC ; 1 buX, II: ; 5.a) tU.t-Ii, 10c.
Strawberries aro pkuty .and prices
lower. Receipts during the last few
days have been liberal, aud the market Is
well supplied. Prices vary according to
quality trom $1 to $2. Sales noted
were 8 crates choice. $2 60 ; 2 crates
small and slightly damaged, $1 ; 10
crates choice, $i 752.
Poultry is in moderate supply and lair
demand. We note tales of 3 coops mixed
chickens, $2 75; 1 coop old hem, $1 5;
3 coops hens, $3; 3 coops mixed chick
ens, $2 5G2 75.
Vegetables of all kinds are plenty, and
prices are down. Cabbage is telling all
the way from $3 to $13 per hundred.
Onions and radishes are a drug on the
Sales provislons'were 3 casks bacon
shoulders 6i0Jc;" 1 cask bacon
sides, 8c; 1 cask breakfast bacon can
vassed, He; 1 cask sugar cured canvassed
Sales lard were 2 tierces, refined, lljc;
10 kegs kettled rendered, lOJc.
Fresh eggs are scarce, and receipts
light. The demand is good. Sales noted
were 4 boxes, lOJe; 300 dozen, 9c; 3
boxes, 10c ; 300 dozen, 10c.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides aro higher, and wo now quote
dry flint at 15tCo; green salt, 718c;
and green 7c. Tallow is worth 77Jc.
The market is welt supplied and the
demand light. Prices aro $1 501 75
for choice yellow, and $1 to $125 for
There is an abundance oi all kiuds ot
dried fruit ou the market, with but little
demand for uny. Apples are worth 3 to
4c.; and peaches, 7J to 8c,
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, l'imp,$3; nut, $2, delivered can
load ... lump, $3 60; nut, $2 75n
roh i i, Ingle ton, lump, $4; nip
thus : , r Ilarrlsburg coal to
$3jSpiT ..' lump, $37;nut,$16;day
i.1 50 ; Pittsburg per cir
oil 'ni l, ;'Wt
I... Ii v
. the very best, at A.
' u mercial avenue. Also,
ire, toilet ware, table ind
vrtrden and farmers' Ira
, corn planters and shell
. t:.l a general stock of
I vmiv. flower afnnds,
--,11 r dir.
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i i.insrilii , i ' : i i X J
NaahvlUe '' 4 - 1
t I41IIIS 1 S-' j 4 X "
RvtnsvUU i u j 1
Memphis . '7 I X v
Vlcksburu I t -O T
New Orleaua .1 I 11 X v
Sei-cea SUraal Kervlca, " A- A.
The Grand Republic will probably not
leave St. Louis before Saturday.
The rlvert are rising rapidly. Th
gauge lastnlghl showed 34
The Henry C. Yeager will lollow the
Grand Republic out or St, Louis tor New
The Belle Memphis, for Memphis
and Laura Davis lor Louisville and tin
clnatl are due at this port to-day.
The C. B. Church earn luto port dar
ing the morning with one thousand totv,
and filled out for New Orleans here, bofr
-Tbo C. B. Church, which boat
arrived on Wednesday eveulng, bad
about 1000 tons when the struck tht ,
wharf boat, aud filled out her for New
Orleans. ' ,
-Captalu Was. Longueker, of Kvanf.
vllle,owaer ol the tug Vaoderbury, wti
In Cairo Wednesday, fie Mt kr kleiaal la
by rail, when be goes to make srraagt
mutt for putting the Vanderlurg to wet k
in the Memphis harbor. 1
-ChttBradly, ol tbebu wkurboat, n ,
eervtd a latter trom Lea Crue Wsdseaday
tUtlag that ht (Crane) will arrive m past
ou Saturday with the sUaaatr O. flraaa?
Jordon, and will want oaabtuartd ? f
banal or sack way irltfbi, for tk
TaeJordoa ooaaw trom Uulivllla
aoet to Mtw Orleans.
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