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. ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Net. Any business firm ran have three Unci
far, in thl column under appropriate heeding
III rate f Iter mouth or Sli per year
eyable i narterly In Ivance.
Ilitnlwnre. Utovea unit Tlu Wnre.
A. HAM.EV Dealer in 9 oves, Tin anil Hur.l
Warc, tiunli'i) ar.d rarrfier' Implements, Wire
ir,ols, lcfriifenitir. Pumps anil IjiddeM.
Commereiul Aviiue. buttering, uii-l Job
Work done on abort notice.
.I..S.Mc; HK V-IraTr!n hanl and soft lim
)rr, floorltiir, nriliua, killing umt Biirfar.!
louilier, IhiIi Ami aliiugle iillir tin 1 1 yar'l
corner Twentieth lrit mi l Washington avenue
l.ANCASTKU .1 ltlCK--Deater In wish,
iI.k.ih, lilimln, ill-.., hard iiml unit IiiiiiIht and
h ii(f ' -aid unit mini;, l.uluiui-pi il avenue,
oriier IT I It aireri.
I. 11 AHTMAN Iwaler in i'uei iHVture, Toys,
Ijiiii a ii' I all kind of fancy urticli t niiiiii'i
; a! uvenue, corner Ml, slrrvt.
WIl.l.IAM WISThlt-sixili Unit between
'.oliime.r ialuvcniie utnl VVuxliiiigi'iii avenue.
4 lollinitf mill lliTi'tiHiit lullurliitf.
JOHN ASTKIM-.Mi-rc.liant Tailor and ilmlir
in Itimly Made Clothing. i iliiu I vw.
Meal I KltttH Atfcit-ir.
M. .1. HOWI.KV-ltcul Kitiitc Agent, buys
tmi ell real miw, cIItcI rent, pay tae
lor non-ieeideitt etc. Commercial aeiiu-, I
uvnn .Ninth and Tenth atrceU.
lotion ai.'l loliaci'o rac.lorii and pru
itr eti.rn of li Kriiier' I ,I.K' . V. ..n ii Jii.c.
l-'.'i A I.T Cofiiiniiieri'iul Avenue.
J'ASl'KIl VOl -
i (envral r'oi-uitr'Mtiir and l.'orr.mi -.i.in
iiKnliant, lor ilie i.ale ol l inn, iiatdi n, Or
tiardauil Dairy I'nului. a'lOhio Levie
A. WIIKEI.OI K A I.O.
j (ii-iirr.'l t orwunlinif and oiniuivolon
ineri huniJI. and dinlern in uil kiu.la -1 Kruil mid
Hi'xIuiT. I'l Ohio lxv. I i,ni(iiiiii ntti ulli;
ild, Rii nnlt liirni.lie.l on n f njt i n.
ILUNOIS CENTRAL E. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trtnns from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cuiro
1.1) p.m. Kt hxpri ',' arrhini.' in l.
Loula p. di.; i. tiica'o, V.', i.m.
i-20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
ViLLE FAST LINE
ArriTinK' n Clnelnuaii C;i, a m.; I.oulv
vtlle, :!, i m ; :ii'lui).iiu!i.-i, 4.!.'i a. in.;
I'awicngerit by this truin arrive at above
OF ANY OTHER BOUTE.
:U",0 o. m.Kai-t Mini with alvpera ain. li
eil. for ST. LOlTS and CHH Add, I
arrlvinir in ."it. I.out at :.'!' a.m. '. In-
cairo at '0 p.m. Conneetitie at Odin
or Kftir run 'or ( ini.lnniti, Lout, villi
ud li dlAQ uli-.
FA3T TIME EAST
PilM -t.ri lv tbi. line (in llnoiurli to
Uio Kant without any delay i aun'd by
lne SAiTKlA AKTKHNOoM 1IUIN
KKOM C.VlItl AIIKIVKS IN NKW
VuKK MUXHAV MoKaI.Mi
a r iu- 5.
36 HOURS INI ADVANCE
OK A.W oTHKIt Hol 'l'K.
Ailvertlcementa of cmnpeiini' Inii i ti::tl
they make better t'me than tlii one, am
are twilled either thruviiih I'.'r.oraiRi.' or a
lelre to uiiHlead the public
lor throiich tlrkem and iiifnrrnation,
pjdy at Illinoif Central K. H. ln-pol, t.:iiro.
IHA1H AKIllva AT CAIH.I
vapiv.n P JlXt
Oen'l Southern At.
.1. II. .loF. Tieket At.
ll.ippv lelnl lo iolintl lecii jriitn
the effirls of errom and auu-.s in
H earlv life. MiiiiuoihI It.-slon-il. Im- Q
rt iteillmenta to murriBue removed, y
2 New neih.Ml of treiitineiit. New
2 anil remarkable, reirwdw. ll.iok" f.
Cm and circulars wnt free In sealed w
"2 enveltiiea. Adder's lloAHr VI 5;
W siwiATio.i. ll'J N. Mnih I'liila- a
delphin. I'a. An intltiitinn huv- m
S inea hiKh remiiitini(, lor himor
" utile conduct and jirof'tnional'
The .Moilem Iniiimns
Is altogether the opposite ot his great
,namesiike. The latter as a punishment
Jrom the gods lor an intraction of their
fommands, was condemned to perpetual
thirst, and Immovably fixed in water to
his chin. What must have been his Id l
ings to sec that fluid, which more than
all the world bed Ics. he wanted, within
his reach, and he powerless to drink It !
What a refinement of cittelty must he
Midi a punishment. How different our
feelings to his antitype, who though
iuflering Irom sickness all the time, hav
ing means to meet the cost ot alleviating
his uilment, yet deliberately neglects us
ing the remedies to his recovery. The
majority ot sickness atlses Irom tho tor
pidity of the liver, and can he dissipated
and prevented by the use of that valuable
elixir tome the Home Stomach Hitlers.
Iluse, LoomiR & Co., dealers in north
cm lake Ice, have removed their ollice
Irotn the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the lee houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and arc now
delivering lee in all parts of the t ity s
Those desiring the cold stull will lcavo
their orders at tho new olllce, where they
will receive prompt attention,
Jamks Kavanai'oii, Manager.
Uaiho, Ills., May 17, 1S77. 517-lm
Kd. Hraxton has returned to Ids old
stand In the Reiser building, where ho Is
better prepared than ever to aeeomtno
tl.ito his patrons and tho public who
may favor him with a call. lie has gone
to considerable expense In lining up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
ho has provided with nil tho latest im.
rovements and conveniwnces. Ho cm
ploys olny Ilrst-i htes workman and those
who patronlzo him will havo their wants
.....u ,iil u III receive
niriinnnn in in rui '"i
bhiiioii for Nie.
The saloon opposite tho court house,
lately owned and conducted by Uhas.
Boccker. For particulars inquire on the
promUei, or of George Lnttner. tf.
K.M. K.i .
The knlrfhts of the above order meet
at their hall tbe nntt ami thlul Monday
n cw.li iiiimtli. Commercial avenue, .'I door
south ol litit street, al " p ni .
lillIN PII.II.MK-, I!. ii. M.
am:moh lodge, so, m.
Knight" of Pyllilua, nieel every Frl
liiy niuht at lieU-pruil seven, in Odd
iellim' llutl. il'i.
ii rnvncii T.oUliE. NO.
&-. Independent Urder of 0'id-Tel-Jrf
iu, ii.m'Ih vrv T huraday nbttit
JJaS.'tr .i i,ir .nut vi u. iii their nail on
?-Miiercil avenue. Ietween ftixlh end Seventh
ml, W u.b K. llAHhiMo, N. U.
AIII I'.NCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. r..in"t
vinOilil-rVlloWH' Hull on the unit and third
ii.. ..iui in every inoutb, l ltu.lf-pt "eve",,
A. i OMlWI. CH
" v L.MUil l-Olil.K. NO. tn, A. V. A A. M.
Jf'K lliild rrinilar iKiiiiiininiculiona in .a
C3 mini.; Hull, oornrr luiuinerfiUl avenue
' xa;ri Kiirhll' iilri't, on Iht visuiul anil
intli M imliiv ol eai;li im.nlh.
nti'CH oc nvB itisiu.
tJ-All liilln forailvertimtiK, arc .lue an I pay
able IN AUVAMCK
Transient advertlniiiK will lie inserted at tin
rate of U " r wUare for tl.e lirxt inn.rtiun
and 5" i enl for ea.'.li ulieiiient one A liourul
iliwviunt will lie made on HtumliiiK anddifpl
t or ineertinif Kunerul uotie 1 Notieeol
mevtifiK of ancietiea or secret ordir anH for
Church, Society, fentival and H'.ipper notiiea
will only be Inaertul a udvertiscnienta
Ko advertise ment will he received at l than
i nw, and no anvertifcnient will lie innertui
fur Ii-h tlinn Ihne ilollura per 'n';nll'
1.11(11, MI NIM" iIC1
Of otic niiiiiri! (H llni-B utan ) or luori1, in
ncrtcil In tin; Uui.i.Kii.N uh lulluws : ( !.?
than oik si'ii'tn; I'outitfiJ s acijuan'.)
Onu in.-rriliiti jut Kiiuari; - $
Two liiM-rtions 1'iT c(ii;ire
Tlirii-lnnTtions iit Miiari'.......
Six ltiMTtluna mt sqtiaro
Two wei'kx jiff Wiutr(j
One month hit "iiumTC
...... 2 50
Sin-mi riiii-s nmile mi liirjf' wlvwli:
menu hp (or loniri-r ilim1.
WKDNh-l'AY. I V ". 1-77.
onnty llriler Wueil
I want to liny rKiil'iii County O. ler-.
j I.ki h llnihcitr.
Mr. I.niii- llorlitrt on niilo li-vec U tin
iijri'tit nl Calm lortlie i-i Indintnl Mocr
liin'n Cliwliinati Imr, tin- h-t In-iron
the marki f. . i-2'
l or Henl.
. pott -ijo nil Ninth street. In fioij
rcair. Apply to K. Di hmv,
; j 1 -ft ( Ity National i'.a'il,
DelloiiiK'iit In lite
l in .Momiay. tin- l'lth day ol .Inly, uil
lands and lots dcliici'icnf for the taxes of ol the u-e of Ilie lim st of Amenei s In-1-71,
will be sold for taxes il not paid vigoiants a increased loss of iowcr and
bcl'.re Unit time. 1'i'i l it S.vi r. sheriff. Irrit.ilioii of th system were ot the old
O.i;. I exhausting method. The new era ol
I or Nnle or Item
No, i,i Kighth street nearly oppo-ite
the Methodist church parsonage, and at
prcvlit occupied by X. Ii. 1 liijtle'.Vood.
Ksj. C)--i s-ion July .M. Apply to
A. Coviini.s, K-.,
or Thus. II. lowers. St. Catharine, out
i iii account of ill 'ii-akli 1 will cll my
one stury brick hoi,".-and frame house
vviili three rooms occupied by iny-ell a
a a!oon and re-idi.;i. ", ANo bar !'x
turcs. wim s, llij'tor4, i ! '. I'or price ami
tel ins li.ijuiri ot the 1 1 1 n 1 l -i i 'I ml the
promise, No. '.cd Kiglit stri'i r, between
Washinglon and Commercial aventles.
f. l.Ot'IS Hi ATI Af.
I l liire uml liriickriv.
1'.. C. Kurd has removed his Variety
Itrai ki t store to Washington avenue
near Tenth ctrcet. Ho ha? opened a
large stock of brackets, -in Ives, frames,
cliroinos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels laucy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture Iraming made a speciality
Cbronios mumiled in t'ie cheapest and
bc-t 't.v)c. Im
lie lion l .mild !
Mr. .Iiiili 'e ol the IVace Comings says
he don't propose to pay any attention to
the communication published In yesirr
day morning's llt i ixn.x in which he is
taken to task because, as acting coroner
he did not see to it that ati impicst was
held on the remains of old man Brown.
Mr. Coinings S'lys that the man was
hurried b lore lie even heard of his death.
To all who are Mtflcring Irom the
errors and ludiii.retions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss or man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
ciueiiy was discovered by a mis.ionary
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the l'cv. Joseph T.
Ionian, Station D. llible lloiiso New
York City. MllMim
TllillHH it l'lllll
Judge Hint thinks it, unjust that any
blame should attach to him in connec
tion with tho old man Brown affair. He
Is a police magistrate, and as such he has
never been called upon to pirform the
duties of coroner. When old man
Urown was killed he supposed the acting
coroner would give tho matter his at
tendon, and it wm-s several days after
tho old man had been burried before he
learned Unit no Inquest had been h dd.
The judgu believes his skirts are clear on
this score and tho effort to draw him
Into the muddle unjust.
The Police courts h ive been very dry
lor the past Tew days, only a plain
drunk now and then coming up to break
tho monotanoiH quietude. Yesterday
Judge Ithd had one Oase a littlu out of
the usual Hue. James Wilson was caught
loitering about Ilalliday and Phillips'
big wharfboat, without any apparent
business, which was against the lule,
and was ordered oil by the watchman,
Mr. James Kiw. Thi' nroit-cd the
Indignation ol Jim so much that he
threatened to chew up the waicliman,
and tho watchman had him arrested.
Ho was lined live dollars and costs, and
sent to Jail lor eight days on reiuslng to
pay. "I have plenty ol money to pay
that bloody sum," remarked James,
"but damn me it I do. I'll go to Jail,"
and he went.
Mies Annia Pi'cher, the Re'inlnt of
a Handaoms Preaent at the Hands o;
tin Con.freifation of the Church of th
U is :i well known ami aUiiiowloilucd
f,ut that lor years pa-t, Miss Annie
IMtclitr, onrtof Culro's most lnfcrc-(tlnj(
anil ciiltlvati'tl Iiuli, has bn a valuable
anil laltliful mismlwr ol the choir ot tlio
Chnrcli of the Ueilt'cmer, always llllinjf
a prominent roll in all cntt-rtuiiiinents or
unilertakinjrs of tho conKreation, nml
workhiK a-liliiouily at all llinin when
tin Interests of th tditirch (li'iiianileil !t.
The member.-; of the luinnt'atlon, feel
lnj that .Miss I'ltclier was tlesurvlng of
some token of appreciation at. their
haml-i, prepareil ijuitu a sttrprt-c lor
her on .Moml iy nilil. Hho was invl
ti j to spcnil the t vi iilna: nt lite rMcnce
ul n. iJuniiiiik' ami wile, in cuiimany
with a nutnbi r tif the niemhers ol the
clnin h. During the evening -Mi-s Annie
wan invited to taor the parly with a
hoii. When idle had llnMieil, 'hi Itev.
St. Jaim-e liillon I.ee, jiastor ot the
ehoreh of tile Kedeemtr, stepped for
ward and presented her with a beautiful
pocket ptiive, containing oi.o humlied
ami lil'ty dollars in bank note.-:. The
young lady's surprise can bo better ini
ajfliied than desenbed. She respoti'li d
in a lew words of thanks, and re
tired ft oiii her kfatutthe piano almost
overcome with gratitude, not lor the
present in the i-hape it was ,'dvcii, but
lor the kind assurance that In r cllnt ts in
behull ol the church wt re fuily appreel
atcd. I he following are the naine'i of
the mbsci lbers to the purse:
Mrs.Chas.lJalkhcr, W. I!, liilbert.
II. II. Can Ice,
A. B. Hallord,
II. L. Ilalliday,
)r. II. Wardiier,
II. W. Diljan,
J. II. June.-;.
I. J. H iker,
S S. Taylor.
Mrs. I). T. Parker.
M. K. (Jilheit,
Iir. C. V. Dunning,
W. II. Morris,
(i. (). Alvord,
C. M .Howc,
W. II. Green
.1. C. W hite,
.Mi-s K. Walbri.lge, J. Ai;lhorpe.
'IriHf Itili'Ull.K Ilie hHleiii
Willi dra-tic cathartic and hurtful -ali-v.ints,
an I use that rational and gi itial
rciiicraiit, Hosti tli t's Stomach Hitlers,
tlie success ol v. h ch in the era lication til
disease and the building up ol ft eble enn
tt it it ton - has utterly confuted the pre-pri-ti
r.j'.is iiK iljcal thi-oiists who in-i-l. d
on the r-itionality ot di ileting tlie lianie
In order to restore it to health. Appetite,
ea-y dige-tion. regular evacuations, a
natural (low ol bile, are a-: sure a result
medical treat incur, inaugurated by the
Hitters is indeed a happy one lor the sick
and feeble, lor it has not only placed i
i. .. i,i. .. wi.;.. ,i...;.. ......!. l.nt 1I...1.. I
lll illlll 11 llll.ll villi! r iKiLmivu 111, 111
truii) the hurtful eoiisco'ieii'v- ot an ab-
j surd fall icy. -lw
I I lil I i uplureil.
I .ate yesterday altcinooti a -traoger
went into Mr. Hlock's shoe shop on
Kighth street, and after looking at and
pricing several pair-, of shoes went out.
lie had been pa.ie but .1 lew minutes
when Mr. Illock noticed that a pair of
shoes had been tuleu the window.
He at once started out iu search ol tile
stranger, and found him near Hii-toll's
grocery store with the shoes in his pos
session. Ollicer John Cain was called
and arrested the thief whom he locked
up in the c-tlahoosc, We could not
leant the man's name.
There will be an Institute held at
Thebes, opening Monday, August Oth,
to continue two weeks, and longer, il
practicable, A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all Interested In the cause, to
participate. Those having taught and
thoe desiring to teach in the. country
districts are earnestly solicited to he
present. Bring what text book" you
have with you.
A 11 examination will be held at the
close, and an advance of ten per cent,
on lu.st year's work v ill be required to
secure a certilljate. Hon. S. M. Etter,
state superintendent has signified his in
tention to be present at some time during
the sessions. Also to lecture to the
teachers and people ot Alexander.
Mas. A. P. Tayioh.
C.uuo, ,uly 5, 177. j7.:iw
Alllerlllilil MfUmilej ,
The many thelitis of Alderman
McGauley, who is now in Wisconsin
where he went In the hope of regaining
his health, will regret to learn that he is
sil king rapidly, and that he is not ex
pected to live long. He Is now at Ids
mother's near LaCrosse and at last ac
counts was falling very last, Mrs.
Mciiauley received Intelligence a lew
days ago. which caused her to feel that
she shoitld be by her husband's side, nml
she started for Wisconsin by the first
'Hi.ineeii nml t'lai'i'.
Merchants. grocers, and t-aloon-keepers
should not tor.'ct that Messrs. Corlis &
Kankin, proprietors ol the Prairie ritato
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estmiisiinient at the corner
of Sixt 1 street and Ohio levee in tins
city w here Uicy wil. do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and most complete stock ot
obaeeo and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and aro pretmred to
supply the wants of tho trade at tho
lowest living prices, Dealers aro In
vited to call and examine their stock.
A It In riciiie.
Mayor Winter Is working up a big
pic tile to talcn place about tho llrst of
August. The steamer Kokcrt has hem
engaged, and It Is proposed to go to
Lawton's landing on tho Tennessee
river. Full particulars will bo given
CAIRO'S BRIbHT 3TJR.
What Captain Eada rronoaea doing Be
twaen Cairo and tha Mouth of Red
The following in regard to the way
('apt. Eads proposes to make Cuiro a
great city, U a clipping from the Phila
delphia Xorth Amerknh;
dipt. Kadi' jettied are a sitc;ess, They
have reopened tho Mississippi as far tin
ail Mew Orleans, mid building upon
this u the jetty architect now pro
poses to glyu the great river tin tint
loriu width from Ca ro to the mouth of
the Itcd river, where it expands and
contracts greatly, and thus securing a
eon-itant depth ol twenty live lect ol
water to obviate the necessity of levees,
to abandon the Idea oi straightening the
stream and lilting the literal above over
How, to line the banks tvith ports
and create n mighty commerce.
I'he whole estlt.'iated cost" Is phud at,
less than 11 ItV millions ol dollars, though
the cost ol maintenance is not reckoned.
The plan is alluring to Memphis and
Na'.chcz, to Vick.-burg. Cairo iiipi St.
I.oiiin.. and to the dwellers on I'cd ami
other rivers which liud nn outlet by the
Mi-si-slppi. Nothing is wanted but
prool that the plan is leaable and the
millions. 1: Iijih some commendations
for other section?, allien such reclama
tion an I preservation would soon H-.ve
to individuals more than the c ist to the
country, und create new weal.h and
activity, lint designs nf siudi moment
Di ed more than the cost fo warrant at
tempt, and whilw so much is expended at
the bar and paes, the country has a
riiht to await tor the returns before in
curring new costs. Still. II the engin
eering idea is feasible, this plan will
probably he some dav attempted and t lie
river made us navigable as the Hudson.
THE BIO TOBACCO BALE.
Pr3).arfttloi.B for the Grandest Sale Ever
Held in Cairo.
'I be success of the grand premium to
bacco sale to take place at the
l'AHMI Its' W AtlDllOCSK
to-morrow is assured. Nearly two hun
dred hogsheads had br n received up tr
last night, and at least another hun
dred are cxpieted by river and
rail today and to-morrow morning.
That already received consists largely of
the better class of Kentucky and Illinois
tobacco, with a liberal quantity of Tennes.
see and Mi.-souri growth. Buyers are
and up to la-t night representatives of
some of the best known manufacturing
establishments, and several speculators
were in the city, Messrs. Hiiikle & This
tlcwood have made arrangements for a
1 or their patrons cn this occasion. The
preparation ot the dinner has been put
into Charlie I'tillerling's hands, and it
whl be given in the looms in the rear of
tlie Centennial saloon, corner of Kighth
street and Commercial avenue. Jake
Walder will lurnlsh the meats lor the
oeeailon. Mes-n. Hinkle it Thlstlewood
are bound to make this sale a grand suc
cess, and will spare neither pains nor ex-peti-e
to provide handsomely for their
MDRDEKOE SUKIDE-WHICH? '
Isaac K. Swain, a Baptist Miniater
Drowned Between Blandville and the
On Monday morning last Kev. Isaac
l. Swain, a Baptist preacher residing
near Blandville, Ballard county, Ken
tucky, left Blandville with a horse and
hnggy to coine to Cairo on business.
He was expected to return
to Blandville in the evening, but as he
failed to put in an appearance at tlie
proper time his friends became anxious,
and on yesterday mornir.g started out
to search lor him. They soon lound the
horse and buggy but Mr. Swain was not
with it. The road between Blandville and
the river was then searched, ami in
a smalt creek between the pver and
Blandville the body of Mr. Swam was
found. There were no marks ol violence
011 his body, and it is a question ot
doubt in the minds of some whether the
preacher was accideutly drowned or
whether he committed suicide. His
remains were taken lo Blandville for
Tbo Membera of the Order at Oharle-
ton, Mo,, Preparing for a Orand Cele
bration. The Odd-Fellow's of our neighboring
city, Charleston, Mo., are preparing for a
grand celebration to take place ou the
lair grounds there, to-morrow. All the
lodges ot the towns and cities in tins
viem'ty have been invited to participate
In the celebration, and a very large gath
ering of the member? ot the 01 dcr Is ex
pected. John II. Obcrly, of this city,
Wist Grand Master of tin; State of Illi
nois, has been inviti'd to deliver an ora
tion and has accepted. Excursion trains
will be run on all the roads leading Into
Charleston, carrying visitors at reduced
rales of fare.
II1I11U for Tourseir.
Thousands lead miserable lives, suffer
ing frbm dyspepsia, a disordered stom
ach and liver, producing biliousness,
heartburn, cost iveness, weakness, Irregu
lar appetite, low spirits, raising food
after eating, and often ending In fatal
attacks of fever. They know they are
sick, yet get littlu sympathy. The un
failing Miicdy, which is yearly restoring
thousands, Is DuCosta's Badical Cure.
Sold by Barclay Bros.
A 25c bottle will convince you of Its
merits. Don't delay another hour niter
reading this, but go and get a bottle, and
your relict is as certain as you live. Will
yon do It or will you continue to suffer ?
Think for yourself.
Prof. Parkei's Pleasant Worm Syrup.
Is perfectly safe und extremely palatable.
No physio requited. Costs 'J," cents.
Try It. 7-1 in.
AH HO! AIITIOXI
Wednesday morning, July 11, 177.
Furniture, (llassWHre, Ojieensware,
Liquors of all kinds, Crockery, Stoves,
Carpets, Looking glaises, Blrdi, etc.
WlNTKH & StKWAflT.
Mr. Louis Herbert, Ohio levee, Is tho
agent for Moerleln'i celebrated Cincin
nati beer. An extra line srtNe. 8-2w
Collected from Tarloua Source for the
Bon tit of toe Bulletin Readera.
Kemcmber the big tobacco sale to
morrow. The Union county bond easn Is still
on trial In the circuit court.
--Tho work of filling Walnut street
near Fifteenth Is progressing.
Farmers arc busy making hay. The
crop In this section is good.
A number of the 1 Id Fellows ot this
city will attend the celebration at
Charleston. Mo., to morrow.
All the latest p itterns in glass fruit
jars and Jelly glasses ut llartman's
queensware store, at lowest prices, fl-tf.
Jess Mcllallle is getting up a picnic.
If he gives th kind 01 picnic he says he
will all "the boys'' in town will go.
Messrs. Barclay and Morris, who
went to Paducah with the remains of
Judge Morrow, returned by the Fisk
All the world over, baby govern'.
Yet often disease will overcome die baby
and then it Is that Dr. Boll's Baby Syrup
proves its worth by conquering the dis
rfitse. Price 25 cents per bottle.
The Cairo City Bindery, A. tV. Pymt
& Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work ofcveiy description iu ihtdr line in
lirst-class and workmanlike manner. Im
f)u next iriiinday evening, the Itev.
St, James Dillon-Lee will preach his last
sermon b dore leaving for his BUtnmer
vacation. He w ill preach to I he young
people, and his; sermon no doubt will be
one well worth hearing.
F. M. Ward has gone into the ice
business, and Is now delivering pure lake
Ice iu all parts of the e'uy. Orders left
with him will receive prompt attintion,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
anteed. 1 2-1 in
Our horse-men have again been
seized with the horse fever, and are
talking a good deal, but are doing very
little. The taste ot racing given them
on tlie. Fourth ot July, laid the fonnda
tio:t lor the disease.
For sale by Winter A "tuart, a sec
ond hand piano, a line instrument war
ranted to be iu good order. For price
and terms call on or address,
WiMKii & Srctnr, Agts,
tf. No. Ill Commercial Au'iiue.
Hinkle and Thistlewood will have
between two hundred and stventy iive
and three hundred hogsheads of the
finest tobacco ever seen or sold at their
Farmers' tobacco warehouse to-morrow.
The tobacco fair promises to be a decided
stp'eess, as the most flattering assurances
from every prominent source have been
For Sale A line country residence,
with choice surrounding, etc, This
frequently means that the occupant
wishes to regain health; because a resi
dence in a malarial district will induce
blood poisoning, and heuoo disease.
TI1ise.u1 be most expeditiously counter
acted by the prompt administration ot
Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture.
The ladies of tho Methodist church
will give a lawn sociable on to-morrow
evening, July 12th, at the residetiee ot
Captain U. 1). Williamson. Chicago Ice
cream and cake will be In abundance,
and sold at twenty-five cents. Lemonade
live wnts a glass. The admission nt the
gate will be ten cents. The grounds
will be beautifully lighted and decor. ted,
A good time may be looked for.
From Mr. Tom Lovctt, secretary of
the Knights of the Mystic Krew, we
learn that the organization will be out
about one hundred dollars, instead of
fifty dollars, as stated by our worthy
friend on the levee, on their Fourth ol
July celebration. The Krew is solid,
however, financially, and will pay every
cut they owe.
We aro informed by the treasurer of
ol the Library association, that notwdih
standing the heavy storm on tho even
ing ot the moonlight fete given by the
ladies at the residence of Mr. and Mrs,
William (Jilhert, they realized thirty
six dollars alter paying all cxpei.ses. and
just one dollar more than they needed to
to make up the amount in tho treasury
to pay for the one thousand volume!
which they bought In Europe, and
which have arrived in New York.
Mr, F. I), ltexford Is lying very ill
at his hotel, the Planters' House.
Nliss Emma, daughter of Judge
Ili-oss, Is visiting friends in St. Louis.
Mrs. (ieorge Kamsey and child, left
Cairo for Minneapolis, Miuesota, by
steamer yestesday afternoon. TLcy will
be absent about three mouths.
The Hev. St. James Dillon-Lee, who
has for sonic weeks been indisposed, will
leave Cairo soon for the northern part of
Michigan, where ho will sojourn during
the heated eeasoti. Mrs. Dillon-Lee Will
go to her home in Michigan.
A Nuperb Blood Oepurent.
Unon the action ol the kidneys, blad
der and bowels depends the depuration
of the blood. It Is by promoting the
activity ol these organs that llostetter's
Stomach Bitter ensures purity to the
circulation. In Its passage through the
kidneys, Impurities which beget rheu
matism, gout, and gravel aro strained
from the blood, hut when those small
but all Important organs grow inactive,
these Impurities of course remain, and
Inevltablv produce the -diseases men
tioned. Hodettcr's Bitters rouse the
kidneys to renewed activity, by which
means the blood is depurated. It like
wise; purtlles the blood when contamina
ted with bile by Promoting a gentle- but
effectual action of tho bowels, nod has the
further t fleet of regulating the action of
the liver, thus counteracting a tendency
to biliousness, dyspepsia, malaria! feven
and urlnarv complaints are also con
quered by It. . '
Great bargain! In bleached and brown
cotton! at Stuart 4 Uholion'i. It.
STUART & GHOLSON 8
Celebrated Quaker City Unlaun
We guarantee this shirt to he the belt
made and most perfect fitting shirt
inuntitactured in the I'nlted States.
Measure! taken and a perfect fit guaran
teed. Our prices are $1.25 and ll.SOfor
stock shirts and $1..50 and $1.75 for
special measures. $Av
Public notice Is hereby given that wo
will in pursuance of law, sell on the 12th
day of July A. D. 1877, at the St. Charles
hotel, Cairo, III., at public auction, the
following described baggage remaining
iu our custody to pay the charges due
thereon, to-wit: O-.e trunk and contents
the property ol V. It. Edwards of New
York; one trunk and contents the prop
erty of J. D. llosg, of St. Louis; one
valise and contents the piopeity of Miss
C. Hauslin, Chicago.
E. 11. Eo.x bw & Co.,
l-M-lot. Proprietors, Cairo, 111.
Of the condition ol theJAlexander County
Bank, on Monday, July 2d, 1877 :
Due from other Banks..,,
Ca.sli on hand
Outfit and Furniture
Interest (Saving!) Dep't)
. ll.07d 09
. 20,-WS 81
, 5,(100 00
, -'.OUT 2i
Capital Stock $50,(00, paid in $35,000 00
Depo-its 7S.872 24
Earnings 4,'Mi 88
Surplus Fund 1,721 42
We. F. Hross, President and H.Wells
Cashier, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of our
knowledge and belief.
F. HROSS, PltFSIDKNT,
11. WELLS, Cashikh.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
3d day of July. 1877.
A. Co.MixiiS, Notary Public.
KKI'oUT of the condition of the Cur Na
tional Itiuik, nt Cuiro, In Ilie State nf Illi
nois, ut the close of luisiness, Juno li77
I. wins mid disi'iiiium $l?V!79 V)
I' .s llmitU to necine t'irailution ... 'in.oio nn
I', s. Koiiilsonliiind I''.,'.Vt in
Oilier aloAs, tannin and tunllK:i;i'... 't 'H M
1-me from upproved re
serve agent HI,I12
Due from other Niitimutl
Pue front State hanks and
Imnki rs 11, "'7 71
l.'eul estnle, furniture and llsuires.,,,
( in rent expensca and Uixea paid
Clneks and oilier C'4-di
in-ins V'.Vi in
Hills of other bulika.. 7,' .! 01
rmctioind currency, in-
rlutlniK nickel it,:.' '"'
smie liui'ludini; irold
tiwurv certitlcatea) l t.VI'i V,
I-ynl-t.-iulei- noil's m
Hedeniption fund wilh t'. S. treasu
rer ( 1 'r cent, of circulation) .','.'.V I'd
!ue from I' s. treu-urer, other than
' percent, redemption fund 'i,ifc" lin
( npitiil stork 1 ill id in
.., :tW 'd
, 'j."i,tnm mi
, fHi.ol'i 17
. 45,000 im
National hunk notes outntuudiiiK
luiliv iiluul iliiio.iu auh-
jeit lo check ttll.Slf M
Due to oilier Niilionu!
hunk , a' 2 5'J
Hue to .stale hunk and
hankers tml.HJ 'Ji'-.'ils
Total $.MI.:KJ 'Jl
Mute of Illinois, County of Alexander sa.
I, A. II, Saft'ord, Cashier of the uliove
uamed hank, do solemnly sweur that the ulKive
tiitenienl is true to the liest of my knowledge
and belief. A. 11. (-AKr'oUJ, Cashier.
Mili-cvilied and sworn to la-fore me thia 'Uh
day of July. Is77. II. H CASPKK.
II b. II O.I.IDAY. )
R. II. ( TNNlNiillAM, Piic-tors;
0. P. WIM.IA.Mse)N.
IMIXT AND OIIA.
B. T. Blake
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
rVall Paper, Window Glass, WiD
dow Shades, &o.
Alwaya on hand, the oalebrated illuniinatln
41 HO It A OIL.
Corner Eleventh Street and Waahtng
PRISES HSDUCSD TO M 111 Uil
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor S3 .00 Per Da
Special Rata br "Week or Month
A limited number of very dealrable tarn
rooma can lie mecured at reasonable rates tor tl.t
The St. Clmrlea la the largeat and beat aupoin
Kl Mount In Southern lUinoii, and la the lead
hotel In Cairo. KotwIilutanOiiuT the "II
Kock" reduction Iu prices, the table will,
usual, be liberally supplied with the very
ol even ihliiK that can be found iu market.
fine Wk sample rooma for commercial trav
elers, on iirouiid floor, iYw of chariot.
CJ-AH bairsaeiif (tuimts aonveyeu to and I roar
the hotel without charite EBSjef
-lg.if Propria tor
tatate ot Frederick K. Walermeler, tie
Tne undersigned, having been appointed
admluli'rator of the estate nf Frederick K.
Wateitn. ter, late of the oounty of Alexan
der and Stat ol Illinois, deceased, hereby,
gives notice that he will appear before
tho county court of Alexander county, at
the court bonne In Cairo at tbs July term,
on the second Monday In July next.at which
timo all person having claioii airalmt aatd
estate are notitied and requeued to attend
far ihn nnrnnao ol havlnir tha aame ad.
justed. All persona tndepted to ultl es
tate are requeneci to maee uno-euiaie jiay
meat to tbs undersigned,
Dated, tble Sid day ol May, A. D.
1877. AUGUST WATE&MElEK,At)ns't.
r, r. ttakkei aider Wias of troa
bat never been known to fail ta the cure el
eaknaa, attended with symptoms! Indis
position to exertion, toes ef nesMry. dlA
eulty of breathing-, general weakness, horror
ol disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful borrorof death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lasKltuds ol the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeplio ays.
tein, hot bands, flu.hlnc ol the bofy, dry.
ness of the skin, pallid eountsaases and
eruptions on tbs face, purifying tbs blood,
pain In tbe bavk, heaviness ol tbs eyelids,
frequent black spots flying before tbs eyes
with temporary suffualoo and loss of sight,
waut ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. P. Kunkel's Bitter Wine ot
Iron. It never tails. Thoussnds ars now
enjoying bealtb who bavs used It. (Jet
tne genu ne. Moid only In ill bottles. Taks
only K. F. Kunkel's.
Ak tor h mikei's Bitter Wine of Iron.
I hi truly valuable tonic has been so thor
oughly tested by all daises of tbe commu
nity that it I now deemed Imlispenaable
as a tonic medicine. It coals hut little,
purities the blood and gives tone to lbs
stomach, renovates tbe lys'.em and pro
I only ask a trial nf this va.uible tonic.
Price 1 per bottle. K. F. Kunkel, ole
prnprlet r, No, CO North Ninth street, be
low Vine, Philadelphia, Pa Auk for Kun
kel'a B tier Wine or Iron, and take no
other. A photograph of the proprietor on
each wrapper; ah others are counterfeit.
Ileware of .ounter'eltJ. Do not let your
drugulnt sell you any bni Kunkel's, wbirn
Is put up omy as ahore represented. You
o n getalx bottlus for five dollar. All 1
ask i one simple trial,
i TAPE WORM HEMOVKD AUVt.
Head and all complete In two boors. No
f. e till h a paaaes. Heat. Pin and stomaclt
worm rem ded by Dr. Kunkel, 2,'jti Norib
Mil tli street. Advice tree. No ee until
henl nd al pusses in one, and alive. Dr.
Kunkel Is the Dly tl reessful Physician in
mis co mt y or the removal of worm , and
his Worm .Syrup Is pleasant and safe for
chilli, en or yrown persons, Send for cir
col r, or ask tor a boti'e of Kunkel's
Worm syrup. Price .one dollar per bottle.
Udt it of your druggls1 It nover falls.
I.Ifll OK DEAUCBa-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Foreign and Domeitlo
WINEN OF AIX BIKUH,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
V"EStjRS. BKTTH A CO. have soastand
JUL a large stock ot the best goods in lo Bur
et, and give especial attention to I he wholeaals
ane.h of the tinnioeaa
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syruw,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
W. H. MABEAN.M.D.
tetix ftjim an! bg.0
Offloe 133 Commercial Ave.
Special attention itiren lo the treatmen
Clirouii; Di.iasea und iliacases peculiar U
O'CALLAHAN & HAIL,
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illiuoia.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing PreaaeVtly Pod.
Public nonce la hereby jrirao that in pur
mwnee and by virtue of a certain order, judg
ment and deureu ef tlie county court of Aleian.
tier coiiiiIt auienl' lllinuM. made and entered
at the 1 elmury lerm of sain court. A. l. 1S76,
upon llieapplicalluiiol tne un.tertiignea. as au
imniatratoi. ol the estate oi Louis Jorinuaea,
ileueane-i, to aaiil court tor leave lo wll ml ta-
talauf iheaaiuesiatetopay m aewa ol sanies
lite, 1 will aaauch atlimnislrilor.on lutaday,
July nth, 1871. at the hour of two o'clock la lb
alteraoon, at the trout dour of the court house
In the city of Cairo, In said county and state,
offer at public aale to the hlicheet and best bid
der tbe following described real estate, namely:
The east half or the north-east .uarur
of section four ('), In township No.
seventeen 07i, south lang e- Iwv
(1) west of the Si prlncil , nwrkiiaa,
In said count v; nlao sixteen (IS) lete, Mos. oa
(I ) to twrlvv(r.)lN)lliiiicUuive, anS Sloe Utiitv
feveu(l7) to fony (I") both inolusive, in block
No, thirteen III) iu the fourth (tlh)
addition te tid eiiy of efcito a lite
said lot era dealgwMed aad de-i-ribed
ou Ike reonnled map or plat ef aid dtyi
also lot No- twenty-four (-1), in block No.
ill'y -Ate (V)), in the rtrt addition lo said eiiy ef
lia UtirUea (U) and fourteaa
(II). in hloct No. aeventen(17J, la the city ef
U Sullo, in Ui county of La Salle, and state
aforesaid. Said nml eatat la 10 b sold for the
liayineul of the debts of tlie said estate, aad
theaame will beioldfor nae-half caaa la hand
anil ttte balance In iiandtwlv mootas With
good personal security and a mortgage, sc sal
mortgage, on the prero'aee sold lo secure bal
aaee ol' th purchase mouey .
Cairo, .Timet), 1S77. Admlalatratnr. eta
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rmr atirlaaM S
A ThT.Ululi-1 Yma i
fcfUxaiantrjai- IkoM ml tuna
ia-rt0, w. tht eijrMS mt nptmtmm
n.nho.l4Hlititaaavo4 la IliitiiiaSiSltii.a ni'.-Ssa.
i !. inm l-m I ifrwm wi j
1 11 ir.l MUliil,
k PIUVATa MantOAbTMATIMeert
a rrlv.t Natur la k.ikaaa, Soa-nMie
anltfri tit lltt .Vltei. antlih.
a itn riicL.tita-jrin anctr! a-rja .-.
iirmcAiabviCBM a..ia evi
..,.iiul WhImlmhL Csamm Hum
'- Hlny attjs
II bit. -, . M pf. -writ Msl UMt-r Mlh Stall
kwwinaMiMMMNt, seal eMunai aM4 tm
twtwina rtw !), seal awnii saa'.a eat
.sit ef SO eta. AMtm, Dr.auii i.aaaaam