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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trvina from Cairo,
Trfclna LtiTe Cairo
p.m. Kat hxprex. urriving In 8t.
Uiuiii :.') p. m.; liicKJ. 7:.'H), .m.
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI Si LOUIS
ViLLE FAST LINE
ArrlvInK' n Cincinnati H:'J0, a.m.; Louln
ville, 8:2'i, m.: IniliiuapolU, 4.15 m.;
I'anaeniterii by tUi tmln strive t above
OF ANT OTflEK BODTE.
,i;H) p. m. Kunt Ma I witlt Bleepf re attaoh
ed. for hi. MlL'I.S and tUICAliO,
arriving it) M. Iiult at li:) a.m. 'Jhi
lavnat p.m. Connecting at Odin
or KftinviiiiUi It Ciiiciiinuti, Louli-Tille
FAST TIME EAST
fit onuert iy thh lm K" tli'ounh to
tiie tat vsilliout auy Uuly tunned by
fne SAl t'HDA ACTKKNOOS 1KA1N
KHO.M CAIKO AKKIVKS IN NKW
VulfK .MONDAY MUllMNU
A r 10- S.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTUKK VOLTE.
AdvertiM-menta of enmprtin' Imea lliat
tliey luaKe belter t'uie tlmn Uilf one, am
are lanued either through omucc or a
desire to uialead tlie pulilic.
ror through tlckeln and inlormatlon,
pply at Hlino'nt'entrHl K. K. !epoi. Cairo.
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Oen'l Soiitljirn Av't.
,1. H. .fnNKH. Tlrket A'.
ll.ii. ut itli(-i u l.iui ii me:
the I'fl'rcU t rrrijtn and abuer in
U E3 early life. Miiulioi.il Kcmoieil
rn IMlinienm in innrrinKp ii-niiMr..
2 New n ethoi .f Irexlnidit. New
2 nd remarkalile remcdim. B jT
n and circular wnt free in Malid W
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Ki rt;iiciATi..!. 411 N. Mnlh t. l'bila-rjq
3ilcl.hiK. l's. An in
intra tiifth rrntuti'.
nlile condurt and
nttitullon huv- m
mi Inr hnnr..
The Moilern TiuiCnlna
In ultoctlitT the opposite ot liU grcal
namenaki". Thi latter ok n puiilsti (tit-tit
Irom tlie goih tur an iiilmotion of their
(ommamlg, was comlt'iniifil to perpetual
tliirst, and immovably Mxcd In water to
Ilia chin. iVhal must have been his Iwl
Injr to son that fluid, which mow than
all tltfl world fowl 1c. he wantwl, within
lii reach, and he powerless to dritik it !
What a retlnenient of ci uelty must be
such a punishment. How different our
fcelinjrii to hi? antiitypn, who though
guflerlng trom sickness all tlie time, hav
ing menns to meet tlie cost ot alleviatlnjf
hl allmtnt, yet dtliberutelj iteiflects u
Injr the reiuedieg to his recovery. The
imijorityol slcknes arlws Irnm the tor
pidity of th(! liver, nnd can bo dissipated
and prevented bv tho use of that vulnable
elixir tonic the iloiun .Stomach Ltiiters.
II use, Loomia & Co., dealers in north
ern lake lee, have removed their olllce
Irom tho corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the Ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
dellverinjr lee in all parts of the citys
Those desiring the cold stutl will leave
their orders at the new oflice, when they
will rccelva prompt attention.
JitiF.s Kavanaivih, Mutineer.
Caiiio, Ilw., May 17, 1877. 0-17-lm
rii'larm nnd Bracken.
E. C. Ford has removed his Variety
liracket store to Washington avvnue
near Tenth Mtreet. Ho has opened a
Inrge stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
i hi'ouios, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels, lanny nulls, hat racks, etc.
1'lcture iramlnf made a speciality
Chromos mounted In the cheapest and
best style . lm
On account of III bealih I will sell my
one story brick house and framo house
with three roorns occupied by myself as
a saloon nnd residence, Also bar fix
tures, wine, liquors, etc. For price and
terms Inquire- ot the undersigned on the
premises, No. 23 Eight street, between
Washington and Commercial avenues.
4t. Lovw Burnt,.
SXOHET BOOlETtE . .
TUf knights of the ebov r nut I
mt l.i k...it k l....l.kl .1. . 1
j u euvii inontii. Commercial avenue, ll Uoui
I tuuku Ui Kin tlfl'ri, me p in
t -J'tim U Hums, G y M
AdCAtUN LODGE, Nu. 61.
Knights cii Pythias, meet every Frt-
cllie' UiiU How
jiiT ClmoovUor Comaiaodi
ALtXANDtB LODUK, NO SM.
luiitnuoaent yraer oi .)au-i i-
low, niitn rcry ittuiinUf nlifht
I ' nl Ualf-put KVtn, Li IUju hU ua
i :,nr;'.i'r :lil nr-iut'. Nnwren elxth Ui4 SeTrata
I n..ik Will &. H Ji G.
"IXtl'M KSCAMVMEKT, I O O.T.,ieto
I . iii 0,1.1-F.Uow' Hall ob the tint ud UUrd
1 i.t.iu) i.i juniii, l ball-put teTeu
A. COMIHQ, C P
LAL.IUl.OUdk.. NO. VOT, A. F. A. M.
Jtv iliild nyultr coinuiuniuatioua in Ma
V ..mi ll'.li, ciruer Commercial avenue
v aii.l Kyiitu iiuvet, on the tcond and
nrili Uiindht ut carb muiith.
nrK -if i tveansi u.
f-AU tilila lur a.lvertiing, are Out audpay
side is ADVAHU
Tranalrnt nlfnilut; will In Inserted at Ibk
rati, uf II (0 per ..Unre for the Ant lnt"tliu
mid 5-' ceuU for eiich .ii!iwunit on A liberal
iliecuuiit will be made on atandlnx and ditpl
Yur initrtniK Funorul notice l no Notice ol
.neetlnK of aocletiea or aecret ordera Ui ecnla for
Churcb, Hocltty, Fnitlval and Sapper notice
will only be luwrted aa a.lyertiM(nenUi
K advertineiiient will be reoelyed atleaa than
So ciiuta, and no aurertieement will be InMrted
lor lenaihan three dollara permontb
I.OCAI. Ill KGTK E
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square - $ 60
Two insertions per square. 75
Tlireelnsprtlons per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks tier square 2 50
One month per square 3 60
S-ciul rites made on large advertise
m.it or for Inntrer time.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
( I ryeiitietb Street OppiSile Court Hone.)
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
Thin in tkeoldeat bike y In tlie city nnd It
proprietor lout' no opportunity to accommo
date ihe puWl
He deliver frcnh bn-ad twit a day. when be
rreeivet an arler eilh-r peraonal or tbrouub tlie
Mr bea Boston Urown bread, and all klnde
of Cukeu riiulaljlf for weddlaK lm"U, piutiea.
Uiveliiina ulul. II ii motto la: "Tbe beat
of (oodt ut Hi; iii't ra-ouiiMe pri.-n "
SATl.'HDAY. JLLY It. 1877.
STUART & GHOLSON S -
Celebrated Quaker City Unlaun
We guarantee this shirt to be the btst
made and tuosl perlect lining shirt
uianulactured in the United States.
Measures taken and a perlect tit guuran
teed. Our prices are $1.25 and fK50for
stock shirts ami (1.50 and $1.76 for
special mesure. -lw
Mr. I.ouis Herliert on Ohio levee is tbe
agent at Cairo for the cebelirateii Moer
lein's Cincinnati bter, the best beer on
tlie market. 8-2w
Dellnqnenl Tai Stnlr.
On Monduv. the Ittth day ot July, all
lands and lots delinquent tor the tuxes of
lTH, will be sold for taxes It not paid
tnlorc that time. I'kteh SaI P. Sheriff.
liome A vol it.
Ed. Braxton has rettirne l to his old
smml In the Kcicr building, where he is
better prepared than ever to aceommo
ilite Ills patrons untl the public who
oiay favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in tilting up a
couple ot nicely furtilahed rooms, which
he tins provided with all the latest im
roviMiienU and convenionces. lls em
ploys )ry tlrst-class workman and those
who put run I zo linn will have their wants
attended to In style anil will receive
courteous treatment. tf
To all who are suflering from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss ot man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
jinetty was discovered by a missionary
.ii .South America. Send a self-ad-Jrcfecd
envelope to the Kev. Joseph T.
liuniin, Station D. Bible House, New
York Citv. 1-aO-Cm
German Phyaloian from Cincinnati, 0-,
Has prepared certain remedies tor the
cureot fever and ague, chronic diseases ot
the lungs and consumption, rheumatism
and palty, neuralgia and cramps, wet
ness of tbe bed by children and adults.
The above named diseases will be cured
where el?c treatment has failed. My
remedies aro almost intslllblc.
NO CURE, NO PAY 1
Persons can be cured of the Tape
worm by me In only two hours. Worms
by children in a short time. He also
gives special attention to Surgery. Call
on him at Herbert's Hotel, Ohio levee,
Cairo, Illinois. Will stay here only a
short time. Iteferences from tho city.
( RMklaff tho H.vatem
With drastic cathartics and hurtful tali
vants, and use that rational and genial
recuperant, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
tlie success of which In the eradication ot
disease and the building up ot feeble con
stitutions has utterly confuted the pre
posterous medical theories who Insisted
on the rationality ot depleting tbe frame
In order to restore It to health, Appetite,
easy digestion, regular evacuations, a
natural flow ot bile, are m sure a result
of the use of the finest of America's In
vlgoranta as increased loss of power nnd
Irritation of tho system were ot the old
exhausting method. The new era of
medical treatment inaugurated by the
Bitters is Indeed a happy one tor the sick
nnd feeble, tor It has not only placed
health within their reach, but saved them
trom the hurtful consequences of an nb
turd fallacy. 8-1 w
ilere tn4 Thar.
-Canine A W hillock, dentists, fill
teeth In the most satisfactory manner.
Remember, tbe itiiewlid goes to Pa
ducab for the pleasure of our toting
folks to-night. :
Mr. A. Ackera.u, editor of the l'u
laskl Pat-.it, is a candidal lor county
Judge of-Pulajkl Couuty.
Lotils Herbert, Ohio levee. K-lis
Moerleln's celebrated Cincinnati lager
beer at wholesale and retail. 2w.
The Illinois state fair will be held at
Freeport this yearcn the 17th, 18th, 19:h,
20th, 2 Wt, and ?-M ot September.
- Our dollar will buy a ticket for the
excursion on the famous Idlewild to I'a
ducuh nnd re; urn. Including retresh
The residence of Mr. Ceorge tjohl
smith, a hall mile west ol ilia Itidire,
caught tire on Wednesday morning uud
was entirely destroyed.
Captain Ben. Howard, ot Uie Idle
wild, purposes giving our pleasure lov
ing people, young and old, a ride up tlie
Ohio river next Saturday.
Our pcisftnal friend, but political op-
pouant, Duu Uogan, of Mound City, is
si.in announced as a candidate for
count y clerk ot Pulaski County.
The Cairo City Bindery, A. tV. Pyait
k Co., proprietors, Is now turning out
work of cveiy description In their line In
first-clasa and workmanlike manner, lm
The Ullin correspondent of the Pu-la-tki
Patriot says. "Our quacks are all
J ibilunt over the appointment of Dr.
Horace Wardner, ot Cairo, on the state
board of health bv the Governor."
The lawn party given by the ladies
of the Methodist church at the residence
ot Mr. and Mrs. G. D.Williamson, on
Thursday evening was a great sue
jess, There was a large attendance.
F. 11. Ward bas gone into the Ice
business, and Is now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of the city. Orders left
with him will recelre prompt attention,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
ant'sed. 1 2-1 m
The Idlewild will leave the wharf at
nine o'clock to-night for an excursion
trip to Paducah returning to morrow
morning before day break. The tare tor
the round trip is only one dollar. For
tickets apply to Jim Biggs.
A colored woman who held a petty
grudge against a son ot Ham named
Adam Watkins, residing near Villa
Kidge, set lire to tour stocks ot wheat
belonging to him last Tuesday and burnt
them up, and Adam is sad at heart.
Mr. Chauncy Woodward, of I.ock
port, New York, brother of Mr. C. H.
Woodward, of this city, died on Thurs
day. C. H. W oodward received word of
the dangerous Illness ot his brother on
Wednesday, but did not reach him until
alter his death.
Canine & Whitlock, dentists, are
gentlemen thoroughly conversant with
their business and stand second to none
in the profession. Their office is over
Black's shoe store, Commercial avenue.
between Eigth and Ninth streets. Give
them a call. lw.
Mayor Winter's excursion promisee
to be a big thing. Those who accom
pany his honor will visit Paducah, the
l'ennes-e river bridge and Smithland.
Ky. We are. told a big party will be
give a at the Richmond house, in Padu
cah, in hooor of the excursionists.
We ofler the following gooJs at
cost and below to closu for the season:
One lot of ladies silk umbrellas, one lot
boys straw bats, one lot mens straw
bats, one lot mens and boys cloth shoes
suitable for summer wear. These are
genuine bargains. Call early.
3t. O. Hay thorn & Co.
Captain Ben Howard, that most
affable ol steamboatinen, wants all bis
Cairo friends to go with bhn to Pudu?ah
to-night. A splrndld string baud will
be on beard to furnish rauslo for dancing,
ai d relreshmeuts, such as only the Idle
wild's steward supplies, will be In
abundance. Let everybody go, lor
Captain Ben. assures a merry time.
It Is said that there Is no sympathy
felt far the Forman murderer, Burkelow,
who Is well-known In Cairo, having
been a former resident ot this place. He
was always disliked and avoided. Too
cowardly to meet his man in a fair tight,
he took advantage of him while at work
and unarmed, and shot him like a dog.
Tbe last words of Wagoner before his
death were "dou't shoot."
Louisa Bishop and Virginia Mahnin,
two colored sisters, got into a
quarrel on Thursday about religious mat
ter, Virginia told Louisa If she didn't
stop running about alter her she'd go
for her, and Louisa told 'Ginnie, she
didn't have to bo baptized tour times to
be a christian, and thai she'd "am ash her
aw" If she didn't give her rest; and
'Glnnie, had Louisa arrested. Judge
Comings give the prisoner a hearing and
fined her live dollars and costs.
Buy your tin fruit cans at the New
York store and save money. jl-l3-3t.
Tblaik tor Tannelf.
Thousands lead miserable lives, suffer
ing from dyspepsia, a disordered stom
ach and liver, producing biliousness,
heartburn, costlveness, 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 little sympathy. The un
failing remedy, which Is yearly restoring
thousands, la DaCosta's Radical Cuie.
Sold by Barclay Bros.
A 26o bottle will convince you of Its
merits. Don't delay another hour after
reading this, but go nnd get a bottle, and
your relief Is as certain as you live. Will
you do It or will you continue to suffer ?
Think for yourself.
Prol. Parker's Pleasant Worm Hyrup,
Is perlecllv safe and extremely palatable.
Ho physio required. Costs 26 cents.
Try ft. Mm.
The- Circuit Court Take a, Reoaal-'
County CWUrt Still in 8oalon-Th
Circuit court adjourned yesterday at
Doon until Tuesday morning next. Th'j
adjournment was t ki. in order to give
Mr. Judd, counsel i: :ne railroad in tbe
Union county bond cae, mi opportunity
toattenJnn ImporUoicasointne United
States court now in session at Spring
field. Tbe Union county bond ctsb was
Still on trial at the adjournuieoC of tbe
County co'irt, Jude Brow presiding.
Is still In seshion. Calvin Koper and
Klizabetb Foster, on a chargo ot adul
tery, were convicted, and sentenced to
the county jail. Willis Parker, lor sell
lug liquor without license, was tried and
the jury returned a verdict ol not guilty.
Mrs. Shepliard, indicted for keeping a
houfe ol Ill-fame, was on trial when
COf NT V C0M.4ISSI0.MERS.
The county commissioners having
heard and disposed ot all complaints as
to tlie assessment, and transacted such
other business as camo belore them,
adjourned yasterday morning.
Low Price fur All.
Go to the New York store and buy
where goods aro sold the lowest. Re
member money saved in buying your
goods is better than money mado by
hard work. All goods sold at our house
are wsrreiited;thehest and as represented
or the money refunded goods delivered
to all parts ot the city. We dely compe
tition both at wholesale and retail and
Invite those needing goods to give us a
call. Our stock Is general and complete.
8 lbs a coflee sugar for tl 00
4 lbs Rio coffee for 1 00
3 lbs best Rice for 26
3 lbs best Soda crackers 25
Choice cheese per lb 12
Best pearl starch per lb 6
Best sugar c c hams 12
2 lb Tomatoes pi r can 12
2 lb Peaches per can 12
Best baking powder per lb 30
Best brown coflee per lb 30
Diamond grain powder per lb 30
Country butter per lb 20
Choice northern butter always on
hand. Above is only a few prices ot
some leading groceries. All other things
We offer prints for 6c per yard-also
white mosquito bars for 45c.
A'full line of dry goods, groceries,
boots and shoes and in tact all goods
needed for family use.
New York Stork, Cairo, Ills.,
OUK XKIGHTt TEKFLAB.
What Tho Paducah 'News' Haa to Say of
The following in regard to tbe Knights
Templar of this city, we take from the
Immediately upon the reception ol the
sad news ot tlie ueatli ol Juuge Morrow
at this place, the Kulgbts 1'euiplur here
telegraphed to tile Cumiuaudery at Cairo
thai he was a member of the order. In
Ave minutes alter the di patch was re
ceived at Cairo the Knights Templar ot
that city hud chargn of the body and of
all the valuables. A guard was placed
over it and the body prepared and placed
in a magnificent colli u. ready for burial.
Y'esterday when the Fik arrived ihe
rommauctery turned out In lull uniform
and e-corted the remains to the boat,
'lliey then appointed an escoit, con-iist-ing
ol Mr. P. W. Barclay, grand com
mander ot the state ot Illinois, and Sir
Knights W. II. Morris and U. B.
Strajghn, to accompany the hotly to this
city, where it was turned over in due
form to Einmiiient Commander V. A.
McCutchen, and conveyed to tint late
residence ot the deseased. The family,
relatives and Irlends of tbe deceased feel
under many obligations to the Knights
ot Cairo for their kind and touching at
tentions, and will ever bear them In
Tabneeo uml nara.
Merchants,groeer8, and 6aloon-keepers
Jnuld not forget that Messrs. Corlls it
Rankin, proprietors ol the Prairie State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estaollstiment at the corner
of Sixt i street and Ohio levee In this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
retail business In the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and most complete stock ot
obacco and cigars ever opened
In Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wanta of the trade at tho
lowest living prices. Dealers are In
vited to call and examine their stock.
TOBACCO 8AXB YE3IEBDAY.
Tb Sale at tho Farmer' Tobacco Ware
nouao, Tbe big sale ol tobacco at the Farmers'
tobacco warehouse was continued yes
terday. There was a good attendance of
buyers. The following are the sales,
sixty-seven hogsheads leaf and lugs:
$5 80,2 95, 6 25, 3 35, 6 30, 5 90. 7 25,
3 15, 6 60, 5 95. 3 TfO, 4 36. 3 50. 3 30, 3 So,
250,3 00,5 80,300,4110, 7 00,6 80, 630,
3 30,3 10,7 00,3 35,6 10, 4 20. 6 25, 7 00,
4 50, 3 80, 605, 8 15, 7 00, 6 60, 7 50, 6 05.
5 50, 2 60, 1 25. 5 00, 7 00, 3 15, 0 15, 6 00,
6 75, 2 50, 5 60, 2 90. 2 OS, 4 95, 2 00, 5 75,
J 95, 7 00, 2 25, 7 10, 6 15, 5 70, 4 05, 6 95,
7 00, 0 00, 3 85, 2 75.
There will be an Institute held at
Thebes, opening Monday, August Cth.
to continue two weeks, and longer, II
practicable. A eordial Invitation is ex
tended to all Interested In the cause, to
participate. Those having taught and
those desiring to teach In the country
district! are earnestly solicited to be
present. Bring 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 y 111 be required to
secure a certllloate. Hon. 8. M. Ktter,
state superintendent has signified bis in
tentlon to be present at some tlrue during
the sessions. Also to lecture to the
teachers and people ot Alexander,
Mrs. A. P. Taylor.
Cairo, July , 1877. J7.3w
GBAUD EXC0BBIOH id jUOHT.
Th Idlewild wlllMa.itfc,lptoliidU'
can Vor tho Bernini or CalioPtopU.
Captain Ben Howard, of the elegant
Cairo and Paducah packet Idlewild,
tends ns word that be will make an ex
cursion trip from Cairo to Paducah to
night. The boat will leave our wbarf at
nine o'clock prompt, returning about
Tbe fare for the round trip will be one
Harry Hon'i magnificent string band
will furnish music tor theuance.
Fine refreshments, for which there is
no extia charge, will be provided In
A largo party from our sister city,
Paducah will be on b'nnl, and a gay
tlnio is assured.
I.c. all go.
S.TATE BlIAItlsOS' UElLTII.
Meelluv nnd (Ira; nlzallon of the
A Spriuglied special to tlie St. Louis
Rrpubliean of the 13th says: "The
members ol the stat' board of health
met at the state house to-day and infor
mal orgaiii.cd by calling Hon. New
ton IJatemun to the chair. After being
sworn In the members had an inter
change of views regarding thi.tr duties
and the best means of procedure. The
full board was present, viz : Hon. New
ton Iluteinaii ol Galcsburg, Hon. John
M. Gregory ot Champalgu, Dr. Horace
Wardner of Cairo, Dr. Wm.
M. Chambers of Charleston,
Drs. J. II. Kiuch and It. L.idlow of
Chicago, and Dr. A. L. Clark .f Elgin.
Afterwards the board organized by the
election ot Dr. JolinH. Ranch ol Chi
cago as president. The election of sec
retary was deferred for the present. 'The
members drew lots for their respective
terms of service, and these wero thus
nueu as follows : Bateman, one year;
Ludlow, two years; Clark, three years;
Chambers, four years; Gregory, five
years; Rauch, six years. Wardner, nen
years. Drs. Wardner; Ludlow and
Clark were appointed a committee to
prepare a programme for the examina
tion of medical men whorpply lor the
certificate of the board. The hoard ad
journed to meet in Chicago, July 23d.
A cottage on Ninth street, in good
repair. Apply to E. Dkzoma,
31-tt City National Bank.
The following Is a list ot tho letters
remaining uncalled lot In the postotJice
at Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Sat
urday July 14. 1877.
Bryant, Jane; Belle, Mollie; Connors,
Julia; Gilcrese, Mattie; Linton, Lizzie
it.; Mitchell, II.; Martin, Widow; Phil
lips, Harriett; Quinn, Mary; Rendlemun,
Delia; Shaw, Martha; Thomas, Kattie;
Tygall, Millie; Wilson, Mollie.
AUen, Chae; Benman, W. A; Bird
song, Hiram; Banks, Ed; Carter, Rob't;
Ciaza, Albert; Donaldson, Sandy; Dev
lin, Thos; Duyer James; Deseeiuoniu, G;
Fox, 11. B; Hubbard, W, A; Hare. Wm;
Hubbard, Geo,; Ha rls, Fred. L.; Ja
cobs, John; McDonald, W.; Matron, W.
B; Myer, JHCob M.; Mathews, Allred
Phillips. W.jPowira, Richard ; Swartz,
Meuzo; Smith, J. S.; Smith, Frank M.;
Thayer, Chas. W.; Thomas, Jaiuec;
Walker, J. W.: 'Vniiams, C M. .
Persons calling lor any ol the above
letters will please say "Advertised. "
Geo. W. McKkaio, P. M.
THE NABK0W OAUOB A0CIOENT.
A Treaael Work Oivea Way, Waloh
Causa tbe Avoidant.
Mr. C. Pink, agent ot the Adams Ex
press Co. arrived home yesterday after
noon with his son Charles, who was
hurt in the Narrow Gauge accident on
Thursday night, but who we are glad to
Inform our readers, is getting along very
well, uot withstanding he received some
severe bruises about the bead. Conduc
tor Potter, was pretty badly Injured
about the limbs, but no bones were bro
ken. Tbe mall agent on the train, a gen
tleman named Jones, was badly bruised,
but he too escaped serious injury.
The cause of the accident was tlie giv
ing way of a tressel over Rattlesnake
slough. The entire train and the tender
ol tue engine were precipitated into a
ditch tiventy feet deep. The entire train
is a total wreck. There wery few pas
sengers on the train, and none were hint.
Mr. Louis Herbert, Ohio levee, is the
ageut tor Moerleiu's celebrated Cincin
nati beer. An exira tine article. 8-2w
Miss Annie Allen, of Webster, Mo.,
Is In tbe city, the guest ot Miss May liar
man. Father Masterson, of Mound City,
will conduct services at St. Patricks
Catholic church, of this city, to-morrow.
Tbe Rev. E. A. Wells, pastor of the
Episcopalian church ot Mound City,
preaches his last sermon on Sunday, pre.
vious to leaving for Wisconsin, where hu
will spend the heated term with his rela
tive. The Planters' House arrivals yes
terday were as follows: F. E. Settle and
W. C. Jackson, City ; Miss Miller, Holly
Springs, Miss.; J, R. Cunningham,
Mound City; T. L. Reynolds, Jackson,
Miss; Miss Clayton, Holly Springs, Mlsi.;
W. C. Gore; Ooreville, Ills.; T. L.
Glenn, lilaudvllle, Ky.
Mr. Charles Pink, who was hurt
In the accident on the narrow gauge
railroad, on Thursday, came home
yesterday, hi company with lilslaiher.
The many Irlends ot the family will be
glad to learn that Mr. Pink's injuries are
uot so bad s was r ported. Hu was
able to walk from the train to the car
riage awaiting him at the depot.
The Pulaski Patriot says: "Ou Mou.
day evaulng lust, at the residence of Dr.
Dunning in Cairo where the leading
members of tho Episcopal church had
gathered, Mis Anna Pitcher was pre
sented with a purse containing 1150, as
a token of appreciation for her terylcei
Id the choir ot that church.
tainly a flattering testimonial to Mist
..Arrivals at the St Charles yesterday
were Q. W. Willi s and wife. Mississippi;
H. F. Cox. Atlanta, Ga. J. S. Whitney,
Detroit, Mich.; W. f. Sully, Keokuk.;
A. J. Rod well, Chicago; O. A. Fry,
Dy county, Tenn.? J. J. Lewis George
town; Reed Schlntz, St. Louis; L. Schoui,
Louisville; J. C. Willis, Metropolis; Wm.
Bodeker. .Mnrpbysboro; P. S. Brlukman,
8t. Louis; E. Wisehearf, Jonesboro;
S. R. Farrell and wile Boston;E. Warner,
St. Louis; M. N. Harris, Money, Mo.;
A. J. Weber. Galntln. 111.: l.ouls V.
REPORT of the oomlitloii of the City Na
tional Hank, al Lairo. In the State ol Illl-
uoin, nt llieclotte of busineaa, June ii, 1.77
Loana and dUconnla eH!,;l79 13
It ItmiiU to aecure circulation.
6o.0i o Ho
H'i 'ft 00
L . 9. Houa on hanit
Other stocks, bonds and mortgagee...
Viue from approved re
serve airemu 141,112 St
Due from oilier Natioual
Hunks . .. a ijfli 61
Hue Irom State Imukaand
thinner 1!,S67 'i
Real estate, furniture and flxturea....
Current expense aud taxes iul
Checks and other ca.h
Items $ 3,1,50 lo
Kills or oilier bunk.. l,4u u
fractional currency. In
cluding nickels 6,:m i!A
Specie (including gold
treasury eertitfraitea)....., J3,ri3 J7
Legal-teuder notes .is, son no
Kedemplion fund with V. 8. treasu
rer ( per cent, of circulation)
I'uefroniU H, treasurer, other than
1 per cent, redemption fund
Capital stock paid In
toll ,321 91
. u'i.ihiO on
.. hi. Sli 47
Mirpim tuuu .
led pi-ollis ...
Natioual bunk notes oulsutnding
,., S.vi on
iiiuii muHi iirpotiie HUll-
JiK.t to check Sill, .Ml .'i
Hue to oilier Natioual
hank .. .. G,fV'2 6'J
Due to State tank and
Uiukera I(W,113 M!-ai.277 U
Total ... tl4..TJ.1 91
Slate of Ulinnia, County of Alexander s.
I, A. II, .Safl.inl, Cashier ol' Ihe above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the above
slntenieiit it true to Ihe best of my knowledge
and belief. A, B. MArt'OUJ, Cahier.
subscribed and sworn to before me lliia ih
lay Of July, 1x77, H. H CAN 1KK,
H. U U.l, IDA Y, 1
R. II. INNINUHAM. 'Directors,
ti. 1). YV1LI.IAMMJN.
K. F. Hanker Bisser Wlae ef Iron
haa never been known to fail in the euro ol
weakness, attended with symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold (eel,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the omsnular system,
enormous appetite with dysptptic sjs
lm, hot hands, flushing ot the bo ly, dry.
uess of the skin, pallid eounteoai ce and
eruptions on tbe face, purilying tbe blood,
pain in tbe back, heaviness ol the evelids
frequent black spots flying before tbe ever
wiib temporary suffusion and loss ofsight,
wuut ol attention, ete. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. V. Kuukel's Bitter Wine ol
iM i. It never tails. Thousands are bow
enjoying health who have used II. Uot
tbe genuine. 8- Id only la fl bottles. Take
only . F. Kunkel's.
A-k for Kunkei's Bitter Wine ol Iron.
I bis truly valuable louiu bas been so tlmr
ougbly tested by all classes ot the commu
nity tout it Is n.iw deemed iudispensabb
as a touic medicine. It costs but little,
purines the blojd and gives tone to tbe
stomach. r(uj vales the sys em aud pro
I only ask s tritil f this valu ible tonic
Price tl per bottle. K. F. Kiniku1. .nl
proprietor, No l'H North Miuthatnet, be
low Vine, Philadelphia, Ha Ask lor Kun
kel's B tier Wino of Iron, and take no
other, A photor-tph ol the prop ietor on
each wrapper; all others are counterfeit.
Beware of . counter Vlts. Donot.Pt your
druggist eell you any bin Ku ikel'a, whl h
Is put up oniy as above repr aented. You
e n getaix hollies lor Ave dollar. All I
ark is onu simple trial.
TAPE WOUM REMOVKD ALIVE.
Head and all complete la two boil's. No
fee till h-a passes, bear, l'in and stomach
worms rem (fed by Dr. Kunkel. 'IM North
Nioib street. Advice tree. No ee until
head .nd all passes In one, ami alive. Dr.
Kuukel is the only i cecasfiil ph)sieinu in
thl count- y ior the removal of 'A orta , and
his Worm teyrup is pliunaut and sale for
tuna, en or grown persons bend tor rir
eul .r, or ask tor a bott.e of Kunkel's
Worm Syrup, Price one dollar ner bottle.
(let it ol your druggls1 It n vrr tails
Stale of Illinois, Couuty of Alexander.
Circuit court of Alexander count v. Mmt.m.
her term, A. O. 16,7.
Kdniuna K. O'Uiien vs. Pdmtind H. C.n aghty.
nugeue l.aiag ty, lacob II. rJurronh, Jose
piiiueGnriglity II. elevlnand J. Mevin Kill
Aflldavit of the non-nsidence ot Jacob Rur
rougb, Kugune UanuMy, 11. Slcvln and J.
Kletin ol tlieilefen table ubove naRiH, having
been 0 nl iu Ihe oflice f the clerk of said Cir
cuit court ot Alexuiitbr county, notice i here-
uy.iven to me sum non resident attendants,
lout the complaiuanl haa 11 ltd his bill of com
plaint in auiu court ou tne chaucery side thereof
on the drat day uf May, a. D. 1877, and thin a
summons ibereiinou issued out of al i court
against said d lendanta, returnable on Ihe
hum Monday ol May. a. d. lT7, as la by luw
required. Ami an order having len entered of
record in said court at the May teim IM77, there
of, thai suid cause stand conilniied, with order
or punucatlon. How, lien lore, unless you,
iiiesaitiiiacouii. iiiirrongn, r.ugene uaiiigiuy,
B Hlevin and J. Slevin shall personally 1st and
appear btfore the said Circuit court of Alexan
der county on the Hist day of ihe next term
thereof, lo be hidden at Ihe court house In Ihe
city of Cairo, in said county, on the llrat lon
day of September, o. 177, and plead, au
aweror demur to the said coniplainaul'a bill uf
complaint, the same, and the matters and things
therein charged and slated will lie taken aa con
fessed, nnd ti decree entered agalnat you accord
ing to ths prayer of said hill.
JOHN A. RKEVF,, Clerk.
Jon's II. MciKrr. oniplulnant'eSollsltor
Cairo, Ills., July lath, A P. M77. w.
VITAL WEAKNESS OK DKPRKSSION I a
wrak exhausted feeling, no energy or noiiragei
thsraanltofMENTAL OVKil-WOKK. 1NIH..H
CUICTIONS UK Ell KSSkS, er anme draia on
the system. Is always cured by llmnpfireya'
Homeopathic Specific No 'M. It tones lip aad
iavigorstea the system, linncrts atrengUi aad
euercY alone the drain and reiuvemiU. tat
entire nun. Ileea used weuly years Willi per-
leiti eum-ene oj inouasaiia. ooiij oy neaiers.
I'rlcc t per single via), or A per package oi
five vials and t vnl sf aowtler Rent by at dl
on receipt or price. Aildresa IICMPHKKY'
IIOMEUHAIltlC MEOfCIMK COMPANY ,
rultoa street, N.Tf
BOMS & SHOES
Coffee. Sugar & Syruo,
Spooialty in Toao.
Qoodt Dellvared Promptly.
It was cer-1 -MOTEL'
St. Charles Hotol,
mess sra rj sTn ni ran
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors. $2.50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 84 floor 99.0s) ParSt,
Ipoois4 Ra.Ua r Wook Ksmtk
A limited number of vary deal-able tarn
roume caa be secured atreaeoubla ralea tar it
The St. Cnarlea Is the Urgeat and beef amotn
ed House in Southern Illinois, and la the lead
hotel in Cairo. NotwilnetandlBf lha "1
Kock' reduotion In price. , the table will,
usual, be iberally aupplled lu Ihe very,
of everything that caa be found in market,
rlae Urge aample rooms for commercial tray
on ground door, free of charge.
All beggaewofguests conveyed to
thahoM without charge
conveyed to and lrosa
. Pr onrietor
DRS. CANINE ft WHITLOCK
Having entered Into cO-partMrtblp. fa Um
En rouse of uractielug dentistry, lo all
laaohm, wMU4neieuuiui litiorm Utoaa seed
ing the aervioetol'i dental operator, that they
are prepared to attend to their wanta in every
'ill dlling of teeth don la the most tatlelao
Sory manner, inserting artificial denturea, al
ways with a view of restoring, aa lar as prac
ticable, the loet contour aud natural axsreaaion
3f ihe most improved methods and materials.
TMth itnu.twl ah.iiliitlw wltlbi.if i. k
3sing nitrous oxide gas.
lliey catena an invitation to ill, to call aad
ee them and solicit a liberal abate of (heir oat
onage. Work guaranteed. PriKea moderate.
OAN1.NK A WIliriOCK,
MM ontnieTidal enue ' lJJ-i
Sp la Attention raid to
STEAMBOAT ORi EES,
Nl(JUT;:OR DAY TIME,
THE Best (juallty of MEATS always
3 AFFORD MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City VaUsnal Batk BaihUag, a-flair.
Oldasjt KaUblUhad Acamay lm leitl
turn IlUmoia, ropreaantiag ores
tes ooo osio
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
pil BI'LLKTCN Is published every mornlag
(except Monday) la the Bulletla Building, eor
ner Washington avenue and TweifU atneL
Tub BcLtiriM Is served to city subscribers by
althful carriers al Tweoty-Flva Cents a Weak,
payable weekly. By Mall, (to advance), l.Oper
tanumi alx months, tj three months, Mi on
itonth, II 45.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Published every Thursday morning al tl
pes annum, invariably in advance, th pes lag
a the Weekly will be prepaid at this oflee, so
ha subscribers wil obtain for a aubecrtpUoa
rioa ol 1 a year.
Business Cards, per annuo,
One square, oat naertlon,
One square, two nucrtions,
Una sqnarc, one we f tec
One squajre, two weeks
One cuuatc, three weeks.
One sqtire, one month.
una equare, one iaacrnoa,Mi
RFh lhAnll-nl laMvtlrtB
tyOa inch is a square.
UTo Nsrnlcr adTUitaer ws osTat sapcrlot I a
dsocmcau, bout as to rats oi enarfts aad nua-
aer of dispUylag Ihelj thvors.
Ooaaaanniontloaa anon eanlcctsi
t lattweet to Us ynbllc icUsltci,
gfAll Bulaess Letters shoakl be sililrsnssd t
ours llocisi rsantjasny.
ASK YOUR TINNER
Or hardware 4ea)cJ act the
Iit Stiiiiri sturl Ci.
Made oaly by the Itcvnskurd MnawSJktArtaw
Co, rittabstv T. hvcry Vcsik ia4 cf
reel iron, warraatad aatl goaraald not s can
tarn any lead er arsenic ot any etnef mummmi
swm wagacvar A-tVun
W. B. MABlAir,IX.D.
Dr. nrigicmsreccar.)j .
OfS ) IM Oc mntaveial Art.
pedal attaaUca elvcn So
iFBroaic Dbaacas sad
asMsiaar m .
asilaeh week tc A tssvSc, flcads tacSc, W-SS)
yUfaftl!,l'r. f.Wcrefi U.sHXsssiijan
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