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lino misiNESs houses.
Vole.- Any limitless firm can tuve three lines
ei, in Oil" iittmnn muter nptiropriate Iwahne'
ttlie xuf of ' " l' mouth or K yui
aiablt' . immrly In a I vain-. ,
llHr.lwitrn. ' '" War.
A. H AM .("IT Healer lr 8 ovea.Tin an'l Hard
v.an, Oui.leii m il lamina' lii.,U-iiiiit4, Wire
j.iiuf, ii.itrl,!:Mt'.ra, Piuupi anl ladders,
i IM (iiumiTfiul Avmue. (.uili i Inn, mid Job
Work ilnne uii itl.orl Willi.
.1. t.MdiAIIK V-lleaVrlii hanl and noil l:im
lit, ll'iiirint,', r'illuir, oi'linK mil nurtured
!u iiUr, lutli nnd klmili'H. Ofllre iin l yard
. ..ilier I VViUlieih Jln-el uud Wiinliilijttmi avenue'
T.ANi:ATKI! A UICKIieiilvrs In m-h,
! 'r. LIui'Ihi hI' m ImlJ and mil lumlar and
)iiucle. Vm'l and unic, Cuiiuui't'-ktl uvmue,
:niu-r I7lh htrl-et.
I. II AltTM N liiiikr in ijiiM-iiitWHni, Tiivs
I mi,!!! .ml all kui.lai.t iiiiii ) uriii.l Cmiae r-
a! uv nuii', r-rn:r 1 -il stiei t.
WJI.I.IAM VITi;i:--;tl. htrvt llwn
. lllllllH l'l-IWUVCIllH! Iltld t liplllrirl.il ..venue.
I lotlullX mi'! Ml-re hunt I iiifirinir-
JOHN AN'lltl M -M-r..Urit Tuil'.r and .Wli-r
Iti U'u.ly Mailc l.lutliin. 'iHiiliiu Levee.
Itrnl Salntei Act'iit'lP.
M. .. HlJVI,rV-U."il f.sUte A'iut. H'ly.i
ltd "i ll- !! eataU', odl' i'la lvnn, nay" !
lor bon-ie-muiia I'd'. l.fiiufiiL'roiu! it
tween Miitli ai"l luiih Mitt-ia.
I OMimlaaiou l h'Ii. iii(.
i.'iltHii and loWi.u I'::Iiim arl pr-
(..lii-lrs il' Uih 1 uiuic..-.' 1 (Ji.lfl'-l all ll -ll-l'.
IJ'A I -7 Liiiiiiiini'-rri.il .Ueii'ie.
'AHI'FIt YOM- -
I; (.eiiernl l'r m r-'ii.ir r.ii'l orriiu-'iori
luert-haiit, l"r 1 1 1 nile u I w. n., i.:ul-.i, Ui
liard aad I'uM'T rro'lui:. ' Un.i l.i v. e
y A. Will El hi K A i H.
I'j lii'urivl I .irunrdu.;.' n 1 1 I I nMiiiii Sinn
lln-H'lia!i'.,. nl-'l il'-:ili in Hi i. I I in. la f I i ii.i uli'l
I'I.hIui.-. li drill l.ri-v. I.'.li-l'l.nlrhll Mlr-
.n-'l, mi in-1 1.-. ti rn '-! ' I "ii u; i-.i. j.ii'.ii .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Roud Runniiit; Two
Daily Trfnr.8 lroin Cuiro,
f'!iil 'ii w;:v?;mm4 ip
Triiiui Lchvc Cairo
K.i-t l.xpri--, urnviii' In M.
Louis S..i') l'. lii ; l.liicj;,'i
2:20 r.m, CmCIKNATI T.OUIS
V'LLU I'AST LIKL
irnvln' n InrintiMi :'!". a m.: I.tiiili
ul;t a in t :ii.tiiii:ti'ilii., 4.l." a. in.:
rachUtTa by tbi t:ii.n airvut ubof
0P ANY OTHEll P.0UIE
!. Ul. !' i-t Milwil'i -V.'i'i-r. allv'i- I
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airn in -t. Loi.l-ut i :'' u.tn '.In
ruL'i. ui 0 n. in. i in. in.-. 1 in.' a' o.liii
t.r Klip' au r ( iii'-.nr. I. -uI-mi:-mni
I diaa u.i-.
FA iT TIME EAST
i. (jo iy iiiii lull' t-7 th'oii.'ii to
. .. ..I. nut iiuv iy i .. u-1 o by
n i I iv II I. rv.-ii.ii-'.
r .c iu'Hai Ai T::!:iiriN' ii:aix
I l!nM Ci' A It 1 I IN' M.'.V
Vi'lllv JlnNl'W M.i!MM
A I' l'l
35 HOURS IN ADVAMCE
in- any oi hi::: in'i Ti:.
Ai'vcrtiM-nn-nt of - -m i - i i " Imi". Ili:it
tin v in!.!' b' ll. r t uie t:i in thl- '.in', urn
lire "iH-iii'il filiii-r Ibroii'-'h i:." orai;. v or a
ili'i-lri- to niinlei'il tlif f'liio:!'.
ror tbro'iLli ticki-l an. I iiilorniution,
..!y ut liluin"- i'ntrl l( It. l'.-ix.-t. i.ro.
iim'sh Aimn I a (...I 'i
f.rri'n ' I1
li.il :'' "
.1. II. .Inv'F-i. Ti. l-"' A
ll.Mi.A l. ... I ll. 1 i'l!..!! lot
ili. i Hii-ih ol rrn i-i m. 'I i.u-e- in
,r K tllilv lil.'. Mai.':. 1 Kb-I'-ic-I. Ini-fl
uJ n i'1'.liiin'iil-" I" niairi-'Sf r'lii'iM'l.,
i . k ...i.. .i . r .......... ..I .-u .
.f II . III'"! "I .1'
i.i-jI ivn ui UMc r. in- 'I; -" 1'. -ok-
jt-atr- aii'l crciilur miiI ln-e in -imho jj
13 I1M'1"I- A'l.b-li-- IIOWAIOI i--
'jO P3 ,.MA,i..s lr.. s. N.nih '. I'l.iin-a
J ,li.!i,l.in. I'll. An intilnli"ii bin
O ii.jt u liiiiti ni-.ii'iiiioii lor boir-"'
" uLIf Collll'll't ai.li I'Mfc-MOIMll'
Tim loit'ri 'litntiilno
J-fUtoftticr tli'i opl'fxito nl lii-s 'ival
liiuiiesiiki'. 'I'll'' la'tvr it a ini!;i-lini' nl
lroin tin! gii'l-fir mi inlni' ti"'! "I tl'ir
(otiiiiwiuli', was toiulfiiii.eil to tii ri'i'lual
thirst, uml imiii'iviibly lixi; I in water to
his chin.- What nni-t Ii.ivl- ln-oti hi In 1
inir tn see that ll'.liii. whicll mure Ihlili
all the worlJ !i-i !.s. b'1 w.uitnl, wiihin
n iirh, uml In- p'lvvcrli'ss In ill ink it !
What a lvliiii'iiu'iil o ci ii'-lty liuisl he
mu.'Ii a tiiiiii-liiiii'iit. Ho'.v iliiltTi-nt our
lixlinys to hU mit"typ, who thougli
guflorinjr from MrUes.- sill lliu tinn;, hav
ing mi'.'ins to meet tin; oot ol alleviating
his aihni'iit, jrt ili li'ii'iatolj iii'gliifts u
liiir tin! rcini ilii'S to his rcrovt-ry. The
majority ot Pkkr.fss ntlses irom the tor
pidity of tin! liver, ami ran he ill-sipatnl
ami prevented hv Hie u-u' of that valnuhle
elixir toinr tiiti ilium! Stonmeh Hitter'!.
ilnse, Loonns il Co., ilealers in north
t-rn lake lee, have removed their ollice
Irom the, t'orner of E!,:litli Ftreet and
Ohio levee to the ire houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, unci are now
(lelivrrina ice in all parts of the citys
Those tliffii in the eold dull will leave
their orders ut the new ol'.lee. w here they
will reeeivu prompt attention.
Jajiks K was u'liii, M.iieii'er.
C.tuio, li.i.s., .May 17, 177. 17-liii
1M. llraxton lias returned to hii ohl
sliind In the Ki lmer biilldlnj,'. where he Is
better prepared than ever to ai eonniio
dilii his patrons and tho publle. who
may favor him wiili u will, lie has gone
to eciiis'.derabla expense in titling up a
couple of nicely funill'e(l rooms, whleli
he bus provided wilh all the latest iim
Mvemeiits nnil oiivenluiiee. lies em
plovs oipy llr.-t-elass workman mid those
who patronize him will lmv their wants
attended to in ntyle and will reee.ve
courteous tveatmeiit. "
Hiiiooii For Nil'-
1'lie ealooii ol)polle the court house,
Intuly owned mid conducted by Clius.
I.uecker. For partloulars Inciuire on the
premlH'!", or ot Ueorjjo Lattner. tf,
u.m. K.i .
Tli' Viiitrlih of Dip 1V.Te nrdir iiifet
it llii'il' liull tin) It lit ml ihlril MniiiliiT
u tiutn imiiiili. Coinnivruiitl itvi'iiiu:, 1 Hnnr
..uiliol UtlimrM't, uie p in.
luiix II. Iliiuir.s,(i. i;. 1
IIX AMiAl.liM liiiut, nu. 01.
, i''A KtiiithtA of I'yiliiHH, mcKtu cvfry Tri
t '-- ii:y niirlji l liuil-pmit linvin, mOilil-
v'iii J-Tll.nvn' Hull. .
AI.K.X ANIJKR !,OIh;E, I.O. !4.
I ...I l..n. Ilnli-v
WTiS lnry !l '
' nr i ma-iti-
'1 titirmUy hikM
... itt lull-iitit wTtrn, Hi
tlii-ir litll s
nl itviniii'. iM-lvtMii nixth mi J KffKiitb
Wll.l. h. II . u.
'Ull:'i I NI.AMl'MKST, I O. O. r..Urttt
,,'.n iiiM-i'.llnii' Hull on llii' Brut uml third
i . . u in i vi ry Hiuntli, ut liulf-pMlMVen
A. (.DMWi'i. CH
i r MIJH I.DlMiK. no. zn.A.ir. A A. hi.
fu. H'.l-l ii.''i.iur U)inu:uiiiition4 in U
V f.iii.- Hull, niriiw WiriiintTCK.l mi-iiuc
mi'l Ki 'liili "tnvl, on the niil ml
.inlh .Mtiii.luv ul bu Ii nn.nlli.
It 1 IKS . V IK IlISIU.
r)" All l''"1 f"r '.'IvertMinif , re Uue mil pny
al u- i:i ir.'. i'ic
Truimient il wtlaliiR will be tn.'rti-il it t'lv
rum ul 1 I" r mniurv li.r the Umt iut rliun
mill V rrnt for u h iiib.nintiit unci A lilwral
illsrilltll Will be iixin ODiUtu l.r.R Ullll 'lUll
l'r ii.'itrtiiiK Fiiiii'ml notice 1 J Notice ol
iiwlliiK of 40 'ii'tiM or bicret orU.-rii 'id nnU for
Qiuri'li, Society, fMtlrul ml Su kt notlu
Will only be iiiwrtul ut .lvcrtU. Ii,i nil
Kn ilverti(tiuntwill lie receive! tin Uiar.
Vi rent, uml uu ulverliM'li'.rnl will be inmrti"!
for Ii-j-'- limn Ibrre ilu:!i,ii! K-r nionlh
Mini, IIISIMJH M'HI'Kt
oin- pijtiiin.' (S lliif tii.'ii'i ) or more, In
si rti'il In tin; Ufl.i.KliN lis IuIIowh : (l.i'.'
than oin Kiju in; coimti'il a n)iiitro.)
One in-riilnii pi-r Miuari- $ VI
Two In'rrtiuiiM in r sijiiHrc
'I'lirt ulii-i'iliniis (nT s'lMnri'....
Six iiii-rtlons jx.r ffiniire
I'v.k wi-i 4 pi-r fij'iare
Ono month mt Sfiiinrc
.. 1 (X)
.. 1 7.1
m 2 50
.. :i .'.0
I'i!ial riiti fnailo on lar(0 HiJverli.-r-ii'i-ni-'
ir Inr lot' 'it tini".
To I'AOi.'l Ail AND KKTI'ltN.
Sunday, July 8t!i at 8 o'clock a.m.
ArriMiij: at l'a'luc li at 1 '.in. Kctum
ill.', it l':i'l' 'all at " t'' '" ainoi'li t
i uir'j at in I' in.
'1 n.DAY. Jl I.V 1". 1-T7.
A nol f tjri' cm Ninth stnt. In xooil
ri air. Apply ! K. Divoma,
City National '..ink:.
I ikiiI ltri iO ".
- ( iirT.i t - and oiielutlics, tin- Illn -A eer
brought to S'liilberil Illinoi
S'r'i. at .1. llur-1-lU
Ladies' linen -id's and On -tei-ol all
-lyk - a' 11 ir;i r'. l.M Commercial ave
nue. 1 " lm
--All iln- l:i'' -! pit!'-n hi la- fruit
jus an I j"l!y '!;i--" at lliirtuiiili's
ijie . n-uarc -!'i'i', at lowest pl iers. 'J It.
,!ir:er i-on.-iin Hie In'.e.-.t (it jjren
adii.i s, li';lit Miminer dre-s tood, silks
aiel liwi.-. at f. niarkaiily Imv plin-s, to
cb.-e i.lll l..r the re.l-oll. 1-M-llU.
Hurler's pru-es on fancy and staple
j;.ib aie a-'toiii-hiuyiy low. Ca'l on
him if yon want to -eiure upright,
leen -t lursraim. 1-10-1 in.
I he faint ity Itiii'I' iy, A. V. l'yatt
i c.i., proprietors, is now turning out
wi.-i k i l rveiy desrriplioii in tlirir line in
iir-t-rla- and wmkinaiilike manner, lm
Tor notions aiel l.tncy o-oo'ls of every
eoiiecivaliie deseriplion, no to Hurler's
lie is tin' kiiiit dealer of the city, and
never la'.li- to ojve atilaetion. 1-lH-liu
Hurler'.- stork ot dry foods is un
doubtedly the very finest to he found in
dim, 'ind for sall.-fictory bargains ladle
-lioiiM he Hire to'ive him a call.
.fMice of the lVaei- fominir, havlntr
removed to .lude l'.ros' ollicti, comer
of Citnmerciid nveir.ie ami Eleventh
street, will be found in his oftlee from
S to 12 o'clock, a. in., daily. 1-H-tf.
F. M. Ward has fjonc into the ice
!)ii-!ne.-, and Is now ilellvrriiiff pure lake
Ire in all parts of the city. Orders lelt
witlihini will receive prompt atttntlon,
and the purity of the ice delivered Kimr
anted. 1 2-ltn
liuryer's dry good's house, No. 121
Coinmerrial avenue, Is the paliiee store ot
Lrjypt, and his clerks the most polite,
ull'able and bui-iness-llko men in the
trade. He sure and give liurgcra call
helore you buy elsewhere. 1-101 ui
For sale by Winter & Stuart, a sec
ond hand piano, a line Instrument war
ranted to be In good order. Tor price
and terms call on or address,
WINTKK& SlTAltT, AjfU,
tf. No. HI Commercial Avenue.
.laeob Mee, corner of Washington
iiveiiue and Twellth street, Is now pre
pared to supply the citizen ol Cairo with
pure lake ice. at the lowest living prices
il is wa'ou makes daily rounds, and will
deliver Ice ii) any part ol the city. Ice
depot at corner Winhlng on avenue and
Twelfth street, whero all orders should
bo left. r
To all who are suflcring Irom the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., 1 will send a recipe that, will
imre you, free of ehunre. This great
emedy was discovered by u missionary
in South America. Send it self-nil-tlressed
rnvelope to the l!ev. Joseph T.
Inniaii, Station l. Uiblu llotisi) New
York City. 1-:10-Iiin
I'orVilc or Kent.
No, 01 Eighth street, nearly opposite
the Methodist church parsonage, and at
present occupied by N. B. Thistlewood,
Kq. Possession July 2d. Apply to
A. Comincih, Ksq,
Or Thos. II. Tower?, St. Catliurlne, Out
bpliaueul Tax n&U .
On Monday, the 1 Glh day ot duly, all
lands anil lots delinquent for the taxes of
1'iTC, will be sold for tuxei 11 not paid
belore that time. 1'KTMt Savp. Mierill'.
t-it'iiiri'K nuil Uriieitvls.
K. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Itracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
largo stock nf brackets, shelves, frames,
I'hroinos, picture cord nnd tasseN, eur
tuln tassel tauey nails, bat racks, etc.
i'ieturo tramln made a speciality
Chromos mounted in the cheapest and
best style. lm
Tlio C. runil l.unrli To-MkIiI.
It should not be forgotten Unit .liui
Kinnear, superintendent of Walker's
Exchange, next door to tho Illinois Cen
tral passenger depot, will this eveiiinj;
set the boss hineli of (lie season. Every
luxury tho market alford-i will be at the
cnnmiand of tho visitors, l.et every
.lohn ilonston was drunk and the
police took him In. He was lined two
dollars and co.-ts, which be paid and was
That Irrepressible old citizen, John
IlhatUiek, Is again hi trouble. lie got
on a bi -micron .Saiurday and was picked
up by the police, ami tried before Judge
liiid yeele:d;iy. He was given
twelve hours to have town, mid prom-i-ed
to go to return no more.
ViiIIi-i'h Kicliniiue l' .'K t.
Mr. Harry Walker, the popular pro
prietor of the Crystal saloon, havim: se
cured the biiil'ling adjoining the Illinois
Central railroad pa-scngcr depot bis
opened a llist-elans saloon and restaurant.
The institution is s.upi rinteiided by Mr.
James Klnnoar.a gentleman thoroughly
conversant with the duties of bis posi
tion, who will at all times lie loiind at his
p st, and ready to aduiiidstir to the
wants, ol all patrons. The bar Is sup
plied with the liiic-t wine and lienors,
and to "si t out" lirst ela-s drinks will be
Ik-Hh: aim of the. Mipci inlendi iit. A
grand dec lunch will he spread 'it the
Kxeh.'ii.ge lu-iiiglit, and it is the desire
of Mes-rs. Valker and Kinnear that all
their lri :iids favor th'-ni with a call. It
ro.nuci, tin, i i igrrt.
Merchants. grocers, and taloon-kn i 1 1 s
-h jiild not lor,'et that Me.,-rs. Corlls A.
Kahkiu, projirietors ol the Trairie stale
T.ibano Factory at M tropoli-, have
opened an est loil-him-nt at the corner
ot'Hxt-i street and Ul 1 1 icvee in tins
city w litre they w il. ilo i w holesale and
retail bu-iness in the tobacco and ciar
line. Tiny have on hand the largest
and most completu stork ol
obaueo and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prenaied to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. 1'ealcrs aie in
viti d to call and examine their stock.
.ease KueWiiin lli K,vlciii
Wilh drastic cathartics and hurtful al i
vaiits, and ue lliat rational and genial
iecuier.iiu, llosU ttrr's .Stoiuaeli Hitters,
the success ol w h eh in the era lication of
di.seasi; and the building up of feeble con
stitutions has utterly confuted the pre
posterous medical theorists w ho in-ist, d
on the rationality of depleting the Iraine
In order to res' ore it to health. Appetite.
easy digestion, rigular evacuations, a
natural llow ot bile, are as sure a result
ol the us of the lurst of America s In-
vigorants as increased los of power and
Irritation of the sv-tem were ot the old
xhaiistir.g method. The new era ol
iiv diral treatment inaugurated by the
Hitters is indeed a happy one tor tho sick
and feeble, for it has not only placed
health within tlic-ir reach, but saved them
lioin the htirilul cDiiseipiencei of an ab
surd fallacy. S lw
I eni iier's I nsi il me.
There will be an institute held at
Thebes, opening M indiy, August iitli,
to continue two weeks, and longer, it
practicable, A cordial invitation is ex
t iiided to ail Interested in the cans'', to
pirtieipat' Those having taught, and
ihosj desiring to teach in the country
districts are earnestly uolickcd to bo
present, firing what text books you
have with you.
An examination will be held at the
close, and an advance of ten per cent,
on last year's work jll be required to
secure a certil'oate. Hon. S. M. Ktter,
state superintendent has signified his in
tention to be present at sometime during
the sessions. Also to lecture to tiin
teachers and people ofAlexaudcr.
Mits. A. I. Tavuiii.
Cairo, I.uly a, ls77. j7.:!iv
Mis Nellie Antrim, is in
Mr. John Hrodorick and wife, have
returned home Irom theirbrid.il lour.
H. V. Wheeler bus returned alter an
absense ot about ten days on legal bus
iness, Will llaythorne left for Cincinnati
on Sunday afternoon. He expects to
be gone several days.
Mr. Deane ot the Arlington house,
lelt lor St. Louis last night. He will bo
absent only aday or two.
Mrs. Herman Meyers who has been
visiting friends in Cbiengo lor tho past
evenil weeks, is again at home.
Mr. Paul Ii. Soliub; and family who
have been absent troni Cairo lor some
time on mi extended tour through the
southwest, have returned.
Mr. C. It. Woodwardjeft by Snnda;
alternoon's train on the Illinois Central
for Lockport New York where ho goes
to attend the bedside ot a brother who is
Mr. Ford Dodds, I'nltcd Slates
midshipman, and sister, spent Sunday
with the family ot City Clerk John B
I'.nllls. Mr. Dodds is spending his
vacation with his (oiks in Anna.
Mr. Louis Herbert, Ohio levee, Is.tho
Bgent tor Mocrlcln's celebrated Cincin
nati beer. An extra lino article, 3 2w
A SUDDEN DEATH,
SuiJan Death of Jurlf e Goo. K. Morrow
of Padacali on an I. 0. Sleeping Oar.
Judge George IL Morrow ot raducah.
Kentucky, died Very suddenly on the
bleeping car on tint Incoming train on
tho Illinois Central railroad on Monday
morning. From Mr. Bradley, conductor
on tho sleeping car, w ho testified before
tho coroners jury, we learn
the following particulars of the
death. Judge -Morrow got into the
sleeping car at St. Louis, and seemed to
be sii'Ieriuj severely, having a hacking
eoii';li, or catching in the throat. He
In-, berth a number ot times during
the night und went to the water -cooler
and drank considerable water, Just
after the train left L'llin he r,t up again
ami sl ii ted towards the door, on reach
ing which lit li-ll to the Hour, and when
picked ui) by the conductor und his
assistant, be was miopuscd to be in a stu
por, and was laid on one of the seals in
the car, when It was found that ho was
When the, train reached Cairo acting
Coroner Comings was notiiled and the
body having been removed into tho 11
Cent. p.i,-i-ugi-r depot, an inquest wts
held, wli"ii the t icts as above rchted
were brought out. From papers in
Judge Morrow's possession it was learn
ed that lie h id gone to San Francisco
tir the benefit of bis health.
He did not remain there long, however,
for his menu nudum hook shows that
he passed throng Cairo on bis way to
Calilornla on the 1 I'll of June. 'I he
judge was mi Her in ii from a tumor on the
right side of Ins throat, which bid srrown
so large as to li-idue the wind pipe and
cause respiration 1 i tli'-u ! t ; and In-. W. F.
Griui'trad of Charleston, w ho happened
to be present at the inquct, made an ex
amination el tlie throat, and gave it as his
opinion th'it tl.e deceased had conic to
his death Irom su.loeation. The jury re
turned a Verdict In accordance with these
facts. The friends nf the deceased wen;
notd'n-d, and in reply .lu-tiei. of the
Peace Comings was untitled to have
the body properly eared fur and for
ward d to Pa bicah. Shortly after tin
Sir Knight', of which order the cb
ceased was an honored member, took
charge of the body, relieving Mr
Comings of lin: responsibility, and had
it neut to Paducali by the Fisk l't
evening;. Judge Mono v was Judge of
the county court of McCraken county,
and was laid In high esteem bv the
people among w hom he lived.
AFTER COMINGS A5D BIED.
"Pair Play" to the Rescue If Sherl ff
haup 13 Uuiity , no aru Cumia und
Caiiio, July S, I-;;.
I n llic hilitoi of tin; Ii' LLiiix:
1 have read ihe communications pub
lished n the llri u:m laf-ly touching
Sheritl Saup's course with reference to
Ihe killing ct the old negro, James
lirown. mid in the main concur in the
sentiments they express. Hut . I
am of the manner aware that
there are other oilicers wh
might have caus.-J an investigation to be
had ol the old darkey's "taking oil',"
h id tlif-y been disposed to do so, or to
put it stronger, Lad they shown a
proper regard for the oaths under which
lin y are ticliug as olhYei's of tlie law.
I rrlrr 'o Justice of the Peace Comings
and Police Magistrate Bird, and invite
the attention of those officers to section
21, chapter Jl ot the revised statutes, de
liiiing the duties ot Coroners. This
section Is as follows :
"In the iilisrnce ol the coroner, tmy
jin.fii-t of tlie jieare of the county kiimcuig
htii;i iiifornteil ul the finding of Ihe
dead body of any person, as aforesaid,
shall have the like powers and discharge
the same duties n air hrrt'ut inij.wfd
upon the cowr and drill be entitled to
the siuue lu-s as the coroner lor serv
ices." Mr. Lditor, I do not wish to be u der
stood as having taken up the gaunb t ter
our derelict sheritl, but I wish to see fair
play and to have him bear no more than
his jast prooortion ol biauie in this in
stance. The sli' iin, it must be Mucin
bered, has his hands lull just at this
time. Aside from the duties of his ollice,
ho is compelled to ci; that his duties
us sheritl in connection with the circuit
court are not neglected, nod then- may
be some excuse for him. From the
section above quoted it will be seen that
either Mr. Coiniiiirs or Jmlire Hird could
have caused uu inquest to have been held
over old .las. Hrowu's remains: and.
nowingas they ecrtaliilv did nnd do
that thero was and isno coroner in this
oun'y, one or the other of them should
have ntt ended to this matter.
Lend, Bismuth and Zinc nre immense
ly useful in the industrial arts; and as
immensely Injurous when applied to the
S dii to beautify it or to remove pimples,
blotches, etc., from It, Hr. Hull's blood
mixture is tne great purifying agent of
tlie blood, giving clcsrniss ol complex
lou and removing pimples, etc.
A Supeili llto.i.l ii. txiifnt.
rpuii the action oi tlie kidneys, hind
der and bowels ih pciids the depuration
of the blood. It is by promoting the
activity of thee organs that Hosteller'
Stomach Hllter ensures purity to the
circulation. In its pissagu through Ihe
kidneys, Impurities which beget iliru
inatisiii, gout, an I gravel are strained
Inyn the blojd, but when those small
hut nil Important organs grow inactive,
these hnpuriiles of ciiurs'i rem iin, and
Inevitably produce the diseases men
tioned. Hosteller's Hitters rouse the
kidneys to renewed activity, by which
means the blood is depurated. It like
wise purllles the blood when contamina
ted with bile by promoting u goutlo but
I'll'eetual action of thu bowels, and lias tlie
I'm ther ilh ct of regulating the action of
the liver, thus counteracting a tendency
to biliousness, dyspepsia, iinihirlul fevers
mid urinary compiauus are uiki con
quered by It.
Great bargains In bleached ami brown
cottons at Stuart & Ciliolsou's. 1
A BIOAJfOUJ CUBS.
Tom lUusell Ha Too Many Wit, and
Hu UotHluiieUlnto Trouble..
Tom 1'ussell was a waiter at (he
Arlington House. Tom ha I m)re wives
than t tie law allows any one man, and the
late grand jury found an Indictment
against him on a charge ot bigamy.
Tom was arrested yesterday morning
a id taken belore Judge Bross, who held
him to ball in tho sum ot three hundred
dollars. Falling to give ball ho was sent
to the count v cooler.
Habies cry because they suffer ; and
the most reliable remedy for tho relief of
their discoinlort is iJr. Hull's Haly
Hy nip, ( inly 23 cents per bottle.
STUART & GHOLSON'S
Celebrated Quaker City Unlaun
dried Shirts. ,
We uu,.r.in!i e this shirt to be the bi st
made and most perlect fitting shirt
manulactur d in the 1'nlted States.
Measui'. s taken and a perfect tit guaran
teed, our prices are $12.) and $1.50 for
stock shirts and 1 TK) and $1.75 for
special measures. 8-lw
County Onlem VVmileil
I want to buy $1.10 In County Orders.
;it Lot'Ii HliRHKIlT.
Mr. Louis Herbert on Ohio levee Is the
agent at ( alio for the cebebrated Moer-
lein's Cincinnati brer, the best beer on
the market. 8-2 w
Public notice is hereby given that we
w ill in pursuance of law, sell on the 12th
day of July A. U. 1S77, at the St. Charles
hotel, Cairo, 111., at public auction, the
billowing described baggage remaining
in our custody to pay the charges due
i hereon, lo-wit: O...U trunk and contents
the property of W. If. Edwards of New-
York: one trunk and contents the prop
erty of J. I), ifoss, of St. Louis; one
valise ami contents the pioptity of Miss
C. Hau-lin. Chicago.
K. If. EiiM.w & Co.,
1-i'M.V. Proprietors, Cairo, 111.
TO I ilk fur TiMirself.
Thousands lead miserable lives, suffer
ing from dy sprpsia, a disordered stom
ach and liver, producing biliousness,
heartburn, eo.siiveiiess, weakness, irregu
lar appetite, low spirits, raising tood
after eating, and often ending in fatal
attacks of fever. They know they are
sick, yet get little sympathy. The un
failing r inedy, which is yearly restoring
thousands, is laCota's Kadical Cure.
Sold by Barclay Bros.
A 2.'iu botile will convince you of 18
merits. Don't delay another hour alter
reading ibis, but go and get a bottle, and
your relict is as certain as you live. Will
you do It or will you continue to suller ?
Think for yourself.
Prof. Parkei's Pleasant Worm Syrup,
is perfectly safe and extremely palatable.
No physic required. Costs 25 cents.
Try It. Mm.
Hunk Ninteiueni .
V'larterly Statement ot the condition
ot the Alexander County Hank, on Mon
day, July 21, Ls77 :
Due from other Banks
1 2:1 42
Ca.-h on hand ,
Outfit and Furniture
Inti-resi (Savings Dep't) .
Capital S'o. k S'iO OOO, paid in $25 000 00
Earnings UI4 SS
Surplus f und 1.721 42
We, F. Bros?. President, and H.Wells,
Cashier, do solemnly swear that Ihe above
statement is true to the best ot our
knowledge and belief.
F. BUOSS, Fuiwiuknt.
11. WELLS, Casiiikh.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
31 day of July. 1877.
hv A. COMixos. Notary lublif.
rilll'iilM' of 1 tic condition of the l ily S'k
1 liimal Hunk, ill Oilio, in the Slate ol IJII
imis, at lheclu.-p of biisiueas, Jane -21, t"i
I.funs and discounts sjl! ',:l79 SI
I s Hole 1 to Mi'iire circulation...
I . s. Hoe.ils on huml
oilier slocks, bonds and moitiruges..
Line liiuii iii tnovrd rc-
sei ve iiiti uts $ 114,112 i.'i
Ime finm oilier Nntiouiil
Hanks 4,1-" 'I
Put- Ii .mt Suite iiuiiksund
lninki'r l!,.1.'i" ":i
31, 4 SS ,V
Itiiil estate, furniture nnd IIMures....
I urri'iit i'Xii uses and t:ixe-s paid
I hecks and ollur cash
iicins :l,'..Vi lo
Hills of other bankii.. T.'ai (in
Kniclional I'lnreiiry, iu-
cludliitf nickel B,.'1W C-''
Specie (illi'ludllllt Kold
liciisui v ,'i'ililliiilra) 1.1,-VW M
l.i'Kiil-lei'iiler null's .'Is.io" W
Up.Ii inption fund with C. s. treasu
rer l per cent, of rivcnliitimi)
Pur t'run i U si. treasurer, filler than
.'i per rent, redemption Hind
l apilal sl.u k paid in two, (KM 01)
surplus fund ar,,iNSMl
I udivideil pmlits 'W "'1 '
Nulioiiid bunk noli s oUtslaliJiiiK 16,non
Individual ileponits Bllb-
lecl lo check tfll.511 ll.-,
Hue to oiler National
bunks - ,!!! 5
Due to Stale banks nnd
bunkers 1"."- "'-:'" -" "
Total - '"
Slate nf Illinois, l oiinly of Alexander
I, A. H, Watl 'id, Ciishier of Uie above
nameil bank, do solemnly swear that the above
Mai ul is line lo the bent of my knowledge
nnd belief. A, 11. nAKKOUl), talnrr.
.subscribed and sw orn to l-fr me this nth
day of July. H-7T. If. 11. CAMKK,
II I,. II M.I.IHAV. )
II. It. I'NNIM.IIAM, ltnviirs.
O. U. WILLIAMSON.
Caiuo, Illinois t.moAT. Kvsnino, I
Julyii, lT. .
The market hero has undergone no
c iange since the date of our last Issue.
T.io weather has been excessively hot
a id dry. We have had no rah in this
locality for ton days. The wheat harvest
is over, and reports from all sec
tion! are to the eirsct that the
wheat has hfen , put away
in good Hhnpe. Threshing Is going on
and the yield It In many Instancei even
better than was anticipated. The flour
market here Is plodding along in the
same old rut. There U a good demand
for choice grades at $8 60 to $!); but
stocks are very light and not sulllelent
for the wants ot business. Several lots
of new lloiir have been received, and
placed on the market. Millers generally
are preparing lor the new crop and
within the next ten days nearly all the
mills In the country will bo in full op
eration. The Cairo mills are running
and turning out considerable new flour.
Low grade flour is in fair tunply,
though the demand Is very light. Prices
for cnolcc grades nre firm at quotations.
The demand for hay is very light nnd
entirely for ehoise to good mixed. Trices
area shade tasler, and we no.v quote
choice Timothy at $12. Receipt are
liberal ana the supply on the market is
fair. Common and low grade
hay Is plenty and dull
Iteccipts of com are light, and there is
very little on the tnnrket. There is a
good demand tor choice white for milling
purposes, but beyond this trnd: is limited.
Prices are steady at i'JtOc There
is no Improvement In the condition ol
me oat market, mine receipts con
tinue light there is a lair supply on the
market. There Is scarcely any demand
for the iii Prices nre steady at ftsftlic
lor northern Meal Is in fair demand
at $2 7oC;f 2 80 for city, wilh a sup.
ply almost equal to (lie demand.
Country is in roud stock-, wllli
nnlv a ' nit'ed denmnil
""J a .mi.eil ticniailil
Bran is quiet at $10(5 17. Tbeie is very
little on the market, and the demand
limited Potatoes are plenty, dull
aud low In price. Tin y are selling from
country wagons as low as 30c., and In
barrels al $1 25 to $1 50. There is a fair
supply of poultry on tho market
with a good demand. Prices are steady
at quotations Choice butter is in
supply about equal to the demand, and
steady at KVI.So. Common and low
grade is in overstock, and hard to dispose
of at any price Eggs are plenty,
villi only a inoderMte demand. A few
small cases ol strictly fresh eggs sold nt
9e, which is one cent abovd the market.
8c is the ru ing price There is little
or no change in the market for other ur
Hates by river to New Orleans, 25c per
Obi., and 12) per cwt.
fiyOur friend should bear in mind
that ihe prices here given are only fur
sales from lirst bands In round lots. In
tilling orders and lor broken lots It is
necessary to eharg'i an advance over
these ligures. 'ujfl
Tlie market is unchanged. Choice is
In tnlr demand aud firm ut quotations.
Stocks are far below the demands of
of trade. Ncwrtour Is coining in. Low
grade is in tir f upply and weak. Sales
iiotid were ."0 bbls. Choice Family, $0;
100 bbls. Choice Family, $9: 100 bids.
Choice Family, $8 75(59; 150 bbls. va
rious grades, $0 2."Ki 9; 50 bbls. Medium,
There Is only a light local demand for
choice to good mixed liny. Prlcci are a
shade easier, and choice Timothy is now
held at $12. Common and low grade hay
is plenty and very dull. Sales noted
were 2 cars good mixed, $11; 1 car
prime timothy, $12; 1 car mixed. $11; 2
cars mixed, $11; 1 car prime timothy,
$12; 1 car extra choice timothy, $13.
There is a good demand for choice
white corn for milling purposes, but oth
erwise the maiket is dull. Prices are
steady at $IO(a,50 lor ulk. Mixed is
held nt 48(v4!)o. We note sales of 2 cars
white in sacks. 55c ; 3(Kf s icks white, 55c;
500 sacks white .Vie ; 1 car w hite in bulk
There is no Improvement in the con
dliion of the oat market. There Is
scarcely any demand at any price. Re
ceipts arc light thong i tlie supply on
the market is fair. Prices are steady at
38(239c. Sales noted were 1 car north
ern in such 42c; 1 car northern in bulk,
The market is well supplied and pi Ices
are low. Sales are made almost da'iy
from country wagons at. 30 cents per
bushel. Tlie denian I is limited, We
note sales of 10 bbls. choice at, $1 50;
20bbl. $1 So; 3 bids, common, $1 10.
Bran is in light supply and limited de
mand. Prices re steady at $U!(j'.17
Sales were KK) sacks $M ; 25 sacks $17 ;
50 sacks, $10.
There is a fair demand lor city meal
at $2 732 80. The supply is ano l
equal to the demand. Country Is in
good supply nnd light demand. W
noto sales of 300 bbls. city $2 75; 25(1
bbls city, $2 752 SO; 50 bbls. country.
There is a fair supply of poultry oi
the market, and prices are steady at quo
tations. The demand is good. Sab"
noted were 4 dozen old and young, $2 50
3 dozen young, $1 75 : 2 coops yoim
chickens, $1 7ik)2; 2 coops old liens $2 25
Choice butter is in model ate supp'.'
nnd talr demand. Cmninm
und Interior Is In overstock, am
unsuitable. We note sales ns follow.-:
S packages, choice, 17c; 2 packages, mi
dlum, 12k-; 30 pails .Southern Illinois
1013; 13 tuba Northern ('airy pocked.
roilSc; 75 lbs. Southern Illinois, 12c.
Egg' are plenty and In moderate de
uianJ. So Is the ruling price, 5ev o
small cases of strictly Iresh sold at Cc
which Is fully lc above the niarke
Sales noted w ere 6 packages So; 8 bixv
Sales of provisions were 1200 lbs. si
gar cured eauvassed hams, V) ; '
cask breakfast bacon, canvassed, 11c;
clear si los,8(ie.
Sales of lard we 3 tierces refined, 10c
8 kegs kettle rendered, 10)c.
R. r. Kankai'a BUSs Wla af I raft
his never been known to fail in to aura ot
weakness, attended with symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, dtffl
oulty of brestbin, geueral weakness, D error
of disease, wask, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night awssts, cold feat,
weakness dimness of vision. Ismruor. uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous inuetlte with dTauentln
trru, hot hands, tluthln? of the bo iy, dry.
ness oi uie sum, pallia countanuc and
eruptions en tba face, purifying the bleed.
pain in the buck, bssvlnass ot the eyelids,
irequeni Diacs spots nying before the eyes
wttn temporary suOuslon and loss ef sight,
want oi attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. V. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of
iron, it never falls. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. (Jet
the genu ne. Hold only in ft bottles. Tska
only K. K. Kunkel's.
Ak (or Kunkel's Hitter wine of Iron.
I his truly vuluable Ionic, hut htn an thnn.
ouglily tested by ull classes ot the commu
nity tuat It Is now deemed indispensable
at a tonic medicine. It costs but hula.
purities the blood and gives tuna to the
stomach, rtiitivates the tys em and pro
I only ask a trial of thin, valu ihle tonic.
Price 1 1 per bottle. V.. K. Kunkel, tola
proprietor, No. l-.tl Noith Ninth street, be
low Vine, Philadelphia, 1'a Ask for Kun
kel's Ii ttcr Wine nf Iron, and take no
other. A photograph of the proprietor on
each wrapper; all others are counterfeit.
Beware of eimnter'eits. Do not let your
ilruifist fell you any but Kunkel's, which
is put up omy as aimvo represented. You
e-n net six bottles for nve dollar. All I
ask is one idmple trial.
J TAPE WORM REMOVED ALIVE.
Henri and allomplets tn two hour. Mo
fee till h 'a passei, Heat, i'in and itomsch
worms rem ded by Dr. Kunkel, 2.YJ .North
Ninth street. Advice free. No ee until
bAil jatiif all niilupl In nn, nnil ullv. Tip.
(kunkel Is the only successful physician In
this country ,or the removal of worm-, and
I. ; . ,.-. J.,... i. ..I ... - ...j .
Ills Worm syrup is pleasant sud safe for
,,. nP n,.rnn. Kn,l for oir.
cuhr, or ask tor a bottle of Kunkel'a
Worm Syrup. Price one dollar per bottle,
(et ii of your drugtfls1. It ntver fails.
l.KUOH DE A LIS KB.
R ! SMYTH & CO .,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Foreign and Domestic
;VIi:S OF ALL KINDS,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
Jf BaSRf . 8MTTH Jl CO. havs Jonitann
AlL a large a lock ol Uie best good tu Uui mat.
et, aud give especial attention to I ha wboleaala
nrh of thp loisinHaa
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar it Syrnv,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
W. II. MABFAN.M.D.
Homcopithfc hp.u aai Sirgso
Dr. Hri;,'l aiusV"ucccsaer.)
Office 133 C m neroUl !.
'M-fm - Cairo, BUstlt.
lSi'iiil attention trUea lo lus
Cli- ii'.ic 111. cases and disease ptcu- ar to
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
looflng and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Eoofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Hods, Pumps, StOTSi
Fobfclne Fremiti D.
Public notice ia hereby given that in pur
.iunc ami by virtue of a certain uriler, JwlK-ut-nt
ami chrree f Ihe county court of Aiaian-it-r
county Hale nf llllnola, matte and entered
a the helt.iury leriu of ml.l oiurt. A. I. le7S,
ipun the aptilicatlun of Ihe unilfriKuel. a ad-iiiiiiairuloi-
nt I lie CKlale ol l.iil Jorganaea,
leceaaetl, to aaiil i-nurt for leave to tell real ea
ate of ihetalilealtile tnaiy the debit of aald it
...t. I will itp.l, tt.liaiintalir ttitr. nn Tucailav.
'l illy 17th, lS77,t the hour ol taroo'ilock la th
illeranon, al Uie lroin nunc oi inr oouri nuuae
n the city oft aim, Inaahl rouuiy and Halt,
.Her at public sale lo tli' hiithest aad beat bul
ler in folluwiiiK ileat-rllwJ real eatala, aaiualy:
Ihe eaet half of I lie mirth eU suarler
if eecllon f..ur (I), in tuwnahlp So.
taveiileeu (17, aeiilli unge o. two
it) went of Hie M principal inerldUn,
1 1 aaiil couutvj lao alxircn (IS) Iota, Noa. on
( ) to lwelve(l:')lMith liicluilTi. anS Noa tnirt-.-ven(
i7) lo forty (") hulh Inoliwive, In block
n, thirteen 1 1-1) In tlie J"2. (")
UUition U aiil city of CaiioTlaa lbs
ml lots are deaignaMd ami UM
ft bed on ihe ree.nled iiup or ilal ef aaiil ealyi
la lot .Nil twenty-four (), In block No.
I y ttve (Vi), in the Ural add. linn to aaldviijr of
ilro. ami aii lots thirteen 03) aud lonrt.en
III. in blnc No. aeventeend"), la Iba city t.r
a salle, In the county of La Sails, and atate
fonwiid. Said real eatate ia lo lie (old for tba
aymcnt of the debts of the laid eaUtf , aad
he ame will be old fur nne-half coeb la hand
n'lllielialanee la ail anil twelve llionlba With
mid eri.iinal security an.) a nmrlgaire, or aal
.nritf-no, ou the iireni'aea shl tu aecure bal
sec of Ike iiurchaae luoner.
rt.no, JuneS, liiilrlniratsr, eta
'PUPWQABV It SI. I
a v -ui-i uou x i mt. Ltti'iei, saas.
Met- y.K.ariprtlriir m (h. irMMMUIef Banal aaa
, ur. US-'TTW Sirrliti Halts.
k A rtiaieiuivaiyiearaamMa
'ireinfr4i,i4 Sm Mani,lall
n.-ui-, aa la- tnjayfwtw iiptaaiwi.
i at lha xs'n .-Srmitlel t 4.
in i.. .mil s..t.uii.li.Kl ,a ll vMr4daakalsafntaj
. ,ir... u n.lln. l.i.-li.lwuMIkral44t 4H1W4
v. S. 111 un.1. ml hiHet
VrlT. M Nature la k.H MM, Um aSum 4k4 Sta
iiulilu a.-ual iiliuh aiJ UM)MM4aaie.USaa1
. ul .knM,Caiana, Oaf.auinlh
l, 4r , -Jilr ..tk 4 tal tw ia . (
i.niiii...iiw.-t. aoailwur! aailaS as a
j tt SO eta. Be. IMlNfM .