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ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho croly Rond Running Two
Daily Trftns frra Cairo,
tin;', Jtsnidb rtitolisB
Trains Leave Cairo
.':0 p.m. Ka-t I.XprvM, arriving lo St.
Louim (?) p. ni ; I hicairn. 7:ao, .ui,
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS-V-LLE
iriivirg' n tliii liuiHii in.: Loiiln-
iif, h i i, n in.; lii'li tniipoii", 4.1.) a. ui.;
P.ii" nrt -rs ly t tit n Iriun m riu- at boe
OF ANY OTHEB KCUIE.
p. Ui. K it Ma I with fU'cpcri aita 'h
il. fur SI. I.'il'I.S an. I tUICWti),
writ fn Id St. JUiul- at ;:31 u.m ' hi
l' ut l .'.'J f in. oi.rncliiv a' Odin
or Kliir.Kii in lor CitiLitnuti, I.oalitvillf
ami JmI M.-ipnih.
FAST TIME EAST
cJii'tm liV tlil-i linn a ttrutiL'li tu
tin; Kt without any ikUy i iiutf i li)'
Mipil.iy Intt-rvf uini:.
I'ue S I IKI A KTI'l! SOON lit MX
r'Ko.M (Allio A II -1 " K" IN NK'.V
Viilill JioSHAV MOKM-Mi
A I' HI-
iV ANY (iTIIKi; hOlTK.
AtlvcriiM-mi-ntit ul r' inpetini' lm- Ilia.
tlicy niHke lieMt r t inn than tl i "lie, are
ar mriic'l c-ither tbrotifri i;," orance or a
(Ifsirt1 lo nr.sliml Hi" puiilic
hor tliroujrli tirkclH anl informntiun,
ply at iilino'H Imtral K. K. Di-pot, Cairo.
THAI Ml AKI'.lVa AT LAH'O
Sjki p m,
I :f. a.m.
Ocn'l Sumturn At.
.1. II .Invps. 'lii-Vft A"t.
U.iiiiV Mil. I lit ..lll.,' Until UL 'Ii,
the fffcta ''I error ami al uscs iu
fH i-llrlv hit-. Muliboo'l lie.-loieil. I III - P
rn K-illinintH In initrrinfff rnu'ivcl. (i)
Zt t-w vOit.il nf trtMlnit-iit. Vfs
5 mill rrmarUlilv r. ni" It-. It -'
and on ulain sent free In mmIH w
tnvil .!. A-ltk-rt IIowamd A-a
P5 Hin iaiiiiN. H i N. Nintli S-. I'lnlM- pq
ilflphlii. I':i. An Institution hav- J
g ir.ifu liil-'li rt-i'iitalinn tor limmr-,"
" h!iI rttiitliK't an'1 prulrsMnim!
Tlio WoiK'rn rnnlnlnt
Is ultofri'tliiT tho o)iioite ol lii jrroat
liaiiit tiakL'. The latter as h puiilti fii.-nt
Irom tliu poils inr an InlraL-t'uin of their
(.ominiinil'i was ooii'loiimeil to p-rpt-tual
thirst, ami iinrnovalily lixo'l In water to
lils chin. What must have lietH his h il
inyr.H to M' that ihful, which more thmi
nil the worhl he'i'los. hu wanted, within
his reach, ini'l he powcrlt-aj to drink it !
What a rellneinent of eitielty must he
Mich a riiiiiMiiw'tit. How different our
t'eclinfri to lil ant.-lyiie, who thoti'h
sufterin from sickness all the time, hav
inj? mcai s to meet the cost of alleviating
hlaailnulit, yiti!tliljerntelj uejjkcts ns
inf the remedies to hi recovery. The
majority ot sickness arises from tho tor
jmlity of tint liver, and can he dissipated
and prevented hy the use of thai valuable
elixir tonic the jlumo Stomach Hitters.
Hihp, Loomts & Co., dealers In north
em lake ke, have removed their olllee
from tho corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the ico houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering Ice in all parts of the cilys
Those ilesirmg the cold stull will leave
their orders at the new ofllce, where they
will rccelvo prompt attention.
Jamks Kavanai-cii. Mnnnpcr.
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1S77. 0-17-lin
noma , kiii ii.
I'd. ltraxton has rcinrned to lils old
stand in the ltelspr building, where bo Is
better prepared than ever to aceonimo
d ite his patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call, lie has gone
to considerable cxpeuw In flttiiij up a
couple ot nicely furnished rooms, which
ho has provided with all the latest Im
rovemcnts and convc nkmces. Ho em
ploys olny first-class workman nnd those
who patronize him will Imvo their wants
attended to In stylo and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
Mr. Louis Herbert on Ohio levee Is tlio
ajtent tit Cairo for tho cebebrateil Moer
leiu's Cluclnnatl beer, tbo best bier on
tlio market. M
K. M K.C,
TLu L't,lit. nf Mm a I. lit n .ii lot- filial
' 1 laf 1 lit Ill.-ll- lldM Hi Sl-st mid Until Miiliiln
ii x.iu'.n niotiili. I'oiiinu-rciul avenue, 'M door
ii ill ill' Ulh siirt I, nt d p in.
lonw IJIoUIXS, G. i. M
, , ,im; '.l.'N I.OJiUK, 51.
'' v' h' rights til I'ythin, metis evtry Krl
' '. ' 'I 'liiy loxiit at takli-ui avvert, id I )Jtl
i t ,.. J.(.l,rw' llr.il liotv,
. .0' i hnnrellor '..oriiBinn'lt;.
AI,KXANIhH IiOl'liK, VU.iit.
.t,lti5t.. l,nU(H;:i.iit (litlirof OiW-lii 1
t;4,i iZ')r ik. iliwrti' very ll'iirmlay i-U-lit
l luil' pari it'Hii, In Ibeir la'l on
I'l'l; r u'i in"'. 'ieivn ttlxtn and neventh
in la Will K. lUwHiNf, S. It.
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,. u.lil lii'iw.' II1.U onihe Brftail'l Hunt
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1 ' us i t; !.!! ..ir.-rt, uti It tttriatt nJ
t.iio ".: , nj-iu i tj cac'i it .1.1 1 ti .
itvf b . -vcnrjHj.v.
1 f-.Ml lull. Ii.r I'.vr.iiOMT, are tine ami pat
atilt- in apvamcb
Tmrnlmt win rtlf.lnji will lie lDerted at'
rn!f ul O "i p'-r cpiire lor the first i nn-r"
n. l ,V ce:tti lor eJ'ih ulit.eii'i.Tit one A l!l
ti."i'iiii w.il bt iiiitiln oatU.n lii h' amlUi
1 ..r inwtrni.K t'uiiernl noiin 1 No
,7ltn:t.'lilt til l.j.'iwtiM or deilfttt ortirri &J c
Cliurt:b, Si,"irty, rwtlval and Suj iier
ill ouly be iuaertett aa atlvertiMlstatt
lvf iifjni;l will be receivcl at '
ti cruta, and no aivertiitcitant will
Inr le limn Hire dollaia e: '1101111
I Ol II, 111 SO'
Of one sqiiitr (8 llrips iacf)
verted in tlm Uui.i-t.nN as folk'
than onii tepitre counted ta a s'j
One iii'rrtlon per square
Two insertions per quKre.
1 lireeitiiertions ptr tsifiiare I '"
Six inwi tions per square i i
Two weeks ner siiuare 2 60
One monlli per square- 3
.Special rites nmdo on larjte advertise-
menu tir tr litns.'er nine.
Tho Str. T. F. ECKcRT,
Wi 1 in .ke an
SfulTHLAND AND THE CUMBER
THURSDAQ, JULY I9t!i 1877
Fair f T rt'tin I trip 75 certi Childr. n
h-ll price. Uriiif and unnif music and
ilminic ("rail whodetirn It an I a quiet
pl i'-e fn' th t) who tlo not wl-li to ilance.
M' ul' wl I he lurtiislietl lor thotm apply pg
anv tlin (te(i)'e t lie boat leaven, lit
fre'tliineliK hy I'll I. fialip.
Kkfs !' tiiv. Mn'er.
I UAH SjHiNM.K. tlerk.
S. K. SI!A UK, l'ak. Ajfrll'.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
CI nentttdi i!ct O.poite Cr. Hoti-e )
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
Ihm in Hit nldeitt luke y in the t-i'v Hid In
V'T'ipriiitur l'ies uo opiurtutiity to aiu'niiimo
ibr ( Ul, i '.
Hi' ilcii veis 'ii -h lirm.l twite h iUiv, nhen he
ni'riTn an aidtr tilli r r,mul ur ilirniiKU the
II. Ii.l.f I'oi-fun llrown hria l.itud all kind
ul (.sites enitttlilu Inr Wt-l.liug UmU, pu'ties,
dive him a trlnt. 1 1 i - niotlo in: ' Plie l,eM
of i;HHla ul 'li..' in ,-t r -ahiiuulile ptiivi "
Sl NDAV. Jl.LV 15. IS77.
Dt'lift'iiicnl Ins Siiilo.
On Monday, the lOtli day nt July, all
land' and hits delinquent for tho taxes of
lS'iJ, will be sold fur taxes it not paid
before that time. 1'etkh Sai p. .sheriff.
flcliirfti mill Krni'keiti.
K. C. Foril has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
i liroinos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tas.tU . tajicy nails, hat racks, etc.
I'icture trtuninjj inadt; a speciality
( hroinos mounted in tie cheapest am
best style ln
To all who are suflering from 1
errors and Indiscretions of youth.
voiis weaknes", curly decay, loss of
hood, etc,, I will send a recipe that
cure you, free of charge. This
enicdy was discovered by a mi-ik
;n South America. Send a '
Jiessed envelope to the Iiev. J
lunian. Station 0. Blblo Ho;
Vork Cltv. MMWiin
Geman Physician From Clii'iu
lias prepared certain renieu
cuieof fever and ague, chronic
the lungs and consumption, rlc
and putty, neuralgia and cram; a.i
miss of the bed by children anil n'ul .
Tlie above named diseases will be (Uini
where else treatment has failed. My
remedies arc almost Infallible.
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 hero only a
short time. Kefereiie.es from the city.
1'eoie, Hacking the Hyalem
With drastic cathartics and hurtful ali
vants, and use that rational and genial
recupcrant, llostetter's Stomach Hitters,
the success ot which In tho eradication ot
disease and tho building up ot feeble con
stitution has utterly confuted tho pre
posterous medical theorists who Insisted
on the rationality ot depleting the frame
In order to restore It to health. Appetite,
easy digestion, regular evacuations, a
natural flow ot bib1, aro ns sure a result
ol tho use of the lluest of America's In
vlgorants as Increased loss of power and
Irritation of thn rystem were ot the old
exhausting method. Tho new era of
medical treatment Inaugurated by tho
Dlttera Is Indeed a happy ono tor the sick
and feeble, lor It has not ouly placed
health within their reach, but saved them
lrom tbo burtlul consequences of an ab
surd fallacy. 8-lw
Mr, Louis Herbert, Ohio levee, Is the
agent tor Moerleln's celebrated Cincin
nati beer. An extra flue article. 8-2 w
, Hem ami 1 litre.
Canine X Whlilock, ilcntists, fill
teetli lu the most sall-laclory man ner.
--Louh Herbert, Ohio levee, sells
Moeileln'a celebrated Cincinnati lager
beer at wlioh'falc and retail. 2w.
'lint Oil IVIIovvs celebration at
Ch; rlitsion, Mo., on Thui'tduy, is said to
Irive been a big affair. Tliero was a
muit'tu'l" ot people, there.
can develop the grace ol meek
m . ' -'ling to a crying baby. Stop
i ' ess by ciiringdlie Colli: with
1! ,! iliby Syrup. Price 25 cents.
- . I.k Cairn City Bindery, A. V. l'yatt
t proprietors, is now turning out
v ' f evciy description In their line in
i m -4 and workmanlike, ini-.uucr. lm
. he st ite board of health w ill visit
i some Mine soon, and remain long
I'.r th" doctors iu this locality to
f hoard their diplomas an 1 the
o- ri quired, by the state law.
rd lias pine into the Ice
now delivering pure lake
f the city. Orders left
ccive prompt attention,
if tho ice delivered guar
.'l.ltlock, dentists, are
;rlily conversant with
I stand fecund to none
Their olllee is over
ili in - I-
ettst me! In
On I .t d i
Ninth streets. Givu
Jut following goods at
to close for tho season:
s silk umbrellas, one lot
s, one l it mens straw
iu s, urn I .1 mens and boys cloth shoe,
suitable f 'i summer wear. These are
geiiiiiiif barg iiiis. Cull early.
3t. O. Haythorx& Co.
Nellie llu'cliinsiiu was arrested by
Constable John llngitu yesterday Iiotii
big for conducting Ihtm-Ii in a iiiauii r
contrary to the ordinance1 "t the uiiy
Slut whs taken beli ire Judge Bird toi a
hearing, who gave her a very short pace
of time In which to shake the iliist of the
town from her let t. or gi ro jail. Nellie
promised to g ), anil the olll;er released
Insurance upon houses and property
if. demanded by every consideration of
economy. But health Is allowed to in
sure Itself and oy a waste, unpardonable
in all oilier matters, the constitution l?
bankrupted through the agency ol im
poverished blood. Ir. Bull's fiiood
Mixture, by its wonderful restorative in"
llueri'e, purities and enriches the blood,
and Induces good health.
The Paducah .Y:ici speaks of Mayor
Winter's grand excursl n anil picnic
thus: "The Cairo Bi'i.u.m says that
Mayor Winter, of that city, is working
up a big picnic which is to take place at
Lawton's Blufl about the 1st ut August.
Those Cairo folks understand the secret
of enjoyment, and when they attempt
anything of the sort they enter into it
with their whole soul, regardless of
their pocket books."
lr. A Tier's medicated vapor baths
are becoming very popular, and his
rooms are boing patronized by a great
many of our leading citizens. Several
of those who havo visited the Hot
Springs, and then tried the doctor's med
icated vapor bath, declare that they are
equal to those of the springs. Mr.
Ch t: l" Feuchter assures us that he pre
lefs ih- bath prepared by Dr, Arter to
th.," .'-i t lie springs, and believes their
me 'i iioperties to be superior to those
of i i. ingi.
1 he Jonesboio Uazettc says: The
N tr -nv Gauge tunnel at Kaolin r.wcd In
i -k. since which lime freight has
at transferred oyer the hill. This
'.uiiel lias been a nuisance ever since it
built, and it Is a great wonder it did
1'nble in some time while tho trains
inning through it. A large force
vvro put to work on it and it
1 up as soon as possible. The
oroach to the tunnel is being
irtening it about one bun
,'rom 7.") to 100 men are kept
ink for Toiimelf.
ad miserable lives, sufl'er
ini: i; ' psia, a disordered 6tom-
hcIi producing biliousness,
e..ness, weakness, irregu-
.v spirits, raising food
d often ending in fatal
. They know they are
si i. , ..tlo sympathy. Tho un-
I till'' ' which is yearly restoring
ihuii-i.i.' UaCosta's Radical Cure.
Sold by II nciay Bros.
A 25' h ' lo will convince you of Its
meriis. D'in't dolay another hour alter
reading ' his, but go and get a bottle, and
your i diet is as certain as you live. Will
you do it or will you continue, to suffer?
Think for yourself.
Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup,
isperleclly safe and extremely palatable.
No physic required. Costs 25 cents.
Try It. 7-lm.
The Uev. Benjamin Y, Ceorgo will
preach this morning and evening, at the
Presbyterian church, Eight street, be
tween Washington avenue ami Walnut
street. All are Invited lo attend.
Tliero will bo services nt all the
eburhes this loernoon. In thu evening
tho Methodist and Presbyterians will
hold union services in tlio Presbyterian
church, Rev. Mr. O ill ham occupying
At the Church ot the Redeemer,
Fourteenth street, between Washington
avenue and Walnut street, tliero will bo
services this morning and evening, con
ducted by tho Itev. St. James Dillon-Lee.
At the evening tcrvico, the rector will
preach a sermon to tho young ueoplo.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Buy your tin fruit cans at tho New
York store and save money, Jl-13-ot.
The Execution of Edmuod,n at Bloom
field, Mo., on Friday.
Tho following lu regard to tho execu
tion of PolndexterLdmuhdson, who was
known to many in Cairo, at Bluomlkld,
Mo., on Friday, wo lake from the St.
Louis T.Mif :
Bi.ooMi iKi.t, Mo., via Dux rmt, Mo.,
July IJ, Pulmlexter Ikluiuiiubuii, the
murderer of William Mniw, was handed
at Kloomliel'l to-day, Hey. II. H. Hays
worth, ol the Southern M. K. church, ad
ministered the ordination oi baptism to
1 1 1 iik this morning at 11;UU o'clock. Ho
was brought out ot i.ul, plated iu a wag
on surroundt'il oy a guurd ot abo.it luO
men armed Willi mus;.ets. and taken to
tint place of execution, about a quarter
of a mi lo east ut town. He iKiiitilcd the
scaffold at. II: 15 and was
IAl Kl.II TO A SIIOIIT TIME
by Ke.v. Messrs. Haysworth hnd Choi
teen, af cr which they united In prayer,
with him. Alter rising lrom prayer bo
advanced to the front of the scullold and
tiiii'.lo a very brief statement, denying his
guilt, but said ho kneiv till about It and
that he could havo prevented It, but did
not desire to do so at the I me. Ho did
not state who did the killing, but warn
ed all persons from
rittil.NO A DIITICn.TY
under ar.y circumstances, as he was now
about to pay the penalty torso doing.
Alter he finished bis statement the noose
was adjusted around hi net k, the death
sentence read and the black cap placed
over his face. At five mhiu'es past 12
o'clock the trap door fell and he was
launched Into eternity. Ho fell nearly
six feet, breaking his neck instantly.
One faint shudder passed over his body
and that was all. In twenty-lour min
utes dig pulse had ceased to beat and
shortly a ter his body was cut down,
placed in a plain walnut cottiii and given
to bis Irlends.
Thus pas-ed awav Polndexter Ed
rniindson. He was bum in Lawrence
enmity. Ark., but his father moved to
Tennessee when he was only two years
old and out to Missouri when he was
Low Prleei f.ir All.
Go to the New York store and buy
where goods are sold the lowest. Re
member money saved in buying; your
goods is heOer than money matte by
hard work. All goods sold a our house
ore warreiit -i. the best and as represented
0" the mme v refunded goods delivered
to all parts ol the city. We riely compe
tition both at wholesale and retail and
Invite those nee dug goods to give us a
fall. 0'ir stock is general and complete.
H lbs h cofti uar for il 00
41. Iris PJoct.ff e for 1 00
3 Ins besi Rice for 26
3 lbs best Soda crackers 2i
Choice cheese per lb 13
Best pearl starch per lb G
Best sugar c c hams 12J
2 lb Tomatoes p r can . 12J
2 lb Peaches per can 12
B'Ht baling powder per lb 30
Best brown cofleo per lb 30
Diamond grain powder per lb 30
Country butier 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 Gc 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,
Ni:w Vork Jtorb. Cairo, Ills.,
Would l.lka to Have Hie Interest.
Treasurer Holy is almost daily in re
ceipt ot communications of which the
following is a fair sample :
Daxbi'ry, Mass., July 0, 1877.
Tre furer of Alexander County:
Ii:ar Sir: I hold some Alexander
county bonds glveu ti tho Cairo and St.
Louis railroad, interest payable January
1st, 1S70, which I have uot received.
Has the county made any arrangement
to meet the samo, or bow snnn can I e x
pectit? An answer would greatly oblige.
Gto. W. cod.
The treasurer says the questions asked
by -Mr. Wood are too much ol a con
undrum tor him.
Tobarov nntl riK'r.
Merchants.grocers, and saloon-keepers
s'nuld not forget that Messrs. Corlis &.
Rankin, proprietors of the Prairie State
Tubacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened ati estaollshment at the corner
ofSixti street and Ohio levee in this
city where they wil. rio a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and most complete stock ot
obaeco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
Won't Hell un fctintiay
Nearly all the merchants and g-oecry
keepers in the city having joined lu a pe
tition asking the passage of an ordinance
closing all places of business on Sunday,
the council at the late meeting adopted
an ordinance in accordance with the
wishes ot the petitioners. A tew men,
who claim that 'he nature of their busi
ness compels them to keep open on Sun
day, refused to sign the petition, and sny
they will test the validity of the ordi
nance. An Overelflit.
Th" person who wrote up tho resolu
tions ot the K. M. K. C. published tho
other day inadvertantly omitted the name
of the Rev. B. Y. George. The Krcw
desired to thank liiiu tor his kindness;
nlso to thank Mr. Dan Hartman for the
trouble and expense bo Incurred in light
ing tlio street lamps and the sidewalk
leading to the park.
Candidates tor county offices are he
coming numerous, and If all those whose
names aro mentioned In connection
with tho various offices enter
the contest we may look lor
a lively race and a badly split up vote.
We near of at least hall a dozen candi
dates for county clerk, and as many
more lor county judge. For treasurer
we hear no names mentioned.
Having disposed ol allMie cases ready
for trial in the county court, aa adjourn
ment was bad yesterday morning.
The Town, lta Fast, Preaetii and Putur
A Uood Place to do t-Ooott Place
Hoixne's Park, It.t., July 12, 1977.
To the Editor of the Cairo Bli i.siim i
We notice In your last Sunday's lsstio
an article from tbo pen ot one ot your
citizens who spent the Fourth at our
place, and, Mr, Editor, we desire
through your columns to extend to tho
writer our thanks for what ha has said
of us and our Utile village.
true, our village: Is small, but It lias
grown from nothing to what It now Is
iu the short space of one year; and from
the encouragement which we have, we
are looking forward with bright antici
pation to the time when our now little
village will have grown Into a thriving
little town, and we do not believe that
time U very far distant.
Our celebration seems to have been an
entire success, and all went away per
fectly satistled with their days enjoy
ment. In addition lo the things spoken ot by
our friend "II." there are some others
of interest which he pel haps had not
time to notice on tho Fourth.
Among them, are a number ol. springs
ol clear cold water, which wo think will
add considerably to the Interest ot our
place when they are biought Into more
public notice. This Is an excellent
place too lor the sportsman who may
want to fcpend a few days liunli, g or
fishing. Tlie woods abound in email
gone, and some deer and turkty are
fouud; and tin streams (Cache and Lake
Creek) utlord an abuudan x ot Ash, which
are now being taken in large quantities,
furnishing pleaniy of sport to all who
wish to engage In sports of that kind.
A cordial luvllalion Is extended
to all who will visit us, and
we will itimeavor to nuke their stay
(-hotil.l any come), sop ea-ani thai 1'iey
u ill tie sure to colli'' Again, WV ire ui'li.
O il a Cbtireh bill Step, are 'm ill ' ik" '
waul I he biul Mug o . ..' a I (.
ere lung , i s e it onupj. i d
Mr. L ii.ii in k ii . u ; t m -. -;
we Will make i,U Very welco iie, and e
tee almost certain yor would go home
t-elii.g that your vis.il had doitt-yiu
good. Want ol lime and space prevents
our 6aying more at this time, but it may
not at aniii'ier K.
The aduiircrs ol horse lleli wen givt-H
quite a treat al St. Mary's park yester
day, the occasion being a race between
Pat Fitzgerald s 1 tile sorrel mare and a
mare owned by Alex. Hall of Ballard
county, Ky The race was a dah of
three hundred yards for twenty-five
dollars a side. Considerable interest was
mauileeted iu tint affair, it being known
that the little sorrel lias done some tall
running the past few days, and it being
known also that Mr. Hall's mare was
"no slouch." After three false starts the
horses were giyeu the word, and tho
little sorrel won easily by two lengths.
Mr. Hall, uot being satisfied with the
way his mare had run then proposed
running the black mare against the sor
rel for a half mile. Ho labored uuhr
tho delusion that his animal had more
wind than the sorrel, aud Mr. Fitzgerald,
always accommodating, accepted his
proposition. The stakes were twenty
dollars this time. The black mare held
her own very well lor a quarter of a
mile, but that distance was all she could
stand. The little sorrel ran like a "scar
ed wolf," and won by at least a hundred
Kelntloiiahlp of Brain and fttoiiinch
Is close, indeed. They are connected
by that wondrous elastic link, tlie sym
pathetic nerve, which communicates the
abnormal sensations of the organ of di
gestion to that of thought. Now, if
digestion is disordered, the brain, being
tho great local point ot the nervous sys
tem, all the nerves are in some degree
affected. The main cause ot nervous
trouble is impaired digestion, and that is
usually produced by weakness of the
stomach. llostetter's Stomach Bitters
rectifies this, and overcomes nervous de
bility by infusing Increased enerfjy into
the operation ot tho organs of nutrition.
Through the agency of this benellcent
tonic, not only are the nerves vitalized,
but the entire organism acquires vigor
Death of Mr. il. J. MoUnuley.
The Sad news of tho death of
Mr. M. J. McGauley, at Fond Du Lhc,
Wisconsin, on Friday evening, was
received iu tins city yesterday morning.
The deceased was a member ot the city
council ol this city, of tho St. Patrick's
Beiievoluut society, and ot the Delta
Fire company, and took great In
terest in the welfare cl the
citv, and the afUirs of both
organizations. He has suflered tor some
months with consumption, and went lo
Wisconsin al the request of his physician,
Who believed the change ot climate
would benefit film. Mr. McGauby wa
one ot our most respected citizens
and his loss is deeply telt by the entire
community. His remains were Interred
at FundDuLac yesterday morning.
Another Word to Tleltor.
Editor Cairo IIi llktimi
In yesterday's Issue of the Sat there
appeared another "communication"
sigued "Visitor" to which I would like
to make a re ply, and would, but having
found out who "Vlstor" Is, and consld
erlng him a canuldate for Anua, do most
respectlully decline having anything
further to say on the subj ctwith him.
Tata. Respec' fully.
"On a of the Floor Manaokks"
Cairo, July 14, 1877.
Col. Shaver was In the city a day or
two ago on his way to Chicago, where
he expected to spend a week or ten days.
The colonel Informs us that he will re
move his family to Cairo immedlaiely on
his return. He Is a candidate for oonnty
fudge In this coutltT, and will oommenoe
canvass of the oounty at an early day.
Little Haa-tria PhilUpe Run Over by ft
Horse aud Waon.
Between six and seven o'clock last
evening a serious accident happened to
little Maggie, daughter of Mrs. rtitlllps
who resides at the corner ot Washington
avenue and Fourteenth street, while
playing In the road on Fourteenth street
opposite her home, by being run over
by a horse and wagon. A son
of Mr. Pat Fitzgerald was driving up
Washington avenue, and turned up
Fourteenth street. As he turned the
corner the horse was trotting at a
lively pace, and came upon tho child so
quick that she could not get out of the
way. Tho child received several ugly
cuts about the lace'aud head, and some
painful bruises about the body. Dr.
Gordon was called, nnd dressed her
wounds. Ho states that the
child is not dangerously hurt and will re
cover In a short time. Ol course the un
fortunate affair was purely accidental but
we hope it will have the effect of putting
a stop to last driving on the avenue, a
matter about which there is much com
plaint. The Commercial Avenue rill.
City clerk Phillls advertises tor bids
lor filling Commercial avenue between
Twentieth and Twenty-sixth streets, the
quantity ol earth required to make the
fill bin- 2 60" yards. Also bids for till
on tho same avenue between Thirtieth
i and Thirty second streets, the amount of
ear li require 1 bel-ig estimated at eight
llU'iiiretl yards. The plan and speciliea
timis tor i he work can bt eti nt i 1 e
0 '-rk s omen. I he work to lie done under
the dim linn of the com. nit lee on sireeis,
and the number of yards may be In
creased or diminished by (hm. Bids
will be received until tlva o'clock p. m.,
Tuesday, July 17th ls77.
Mt 'lAI, III) t ci" TV
Org-.ills i lot) and iuoiiou uf ufflotre.
I t Ii 'til f iiiin iigi I-of I t W iiltiw-1
I ' .tin .. i i. 1,. I
' ir iirnui.izen Jul sj.li, l77 itii n'r
- a I " I I i i 'ted
-tit 0 i. 1Si7. act nf '.u ii oss He l at
7:30 o'clock p. in , at the olli -v of ihe
society. In Winiei's block, u iruau' to
notice, lor th - purpose ot adopting
bv-laws aud electing olllcers for
iheensuhig year. Mr. J. A. Goldstine was
called to the chair, and Mrs P. A. Tay lor
appointed secretary. l'lie by laws
being unanimously adoptad, the follow
ing ofllcurs were duly elected : N. B.
Thistlewood, president; Mrs. P. A
Taylor, vice president; Jacob A. Gold
stiue, treasurer; Dr. J. J. Gordon. Medi
cal adviser; Thomas J,ewl8. Secretary.
board of managers.
J. J. Gordpn. physician.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, superintendent of
Schools, Alexander county.
Mrs. E. C. FeM'd, variety bracket store
J. A. Goldstine, firm of Goldstine ,t
Rosen water, wholesale and retail dtalers
in staple and fatcy day goods.
N. B. Thistlewood. firm of Uinkle &
Thistlewood, commission merchants,
cotton and tobacco factors.
8. D. Ayers, firm of Ayers A Co.,
Mrs. S. A. Ayers, Villa Ridge.
Miss Kate L. Vocum, New Grand
Thomas Lewis, insurant manngcrand
attorney at law.
Cairo, July 13th, 1877.
There will bo an Institute held at
Thebes, opening Monday, August 6th.
to continue two weeks, and longer, if
practicable. A cordial iuvitation is ex
tended to all Interested lu tho cause, to
participate. Those having taught and
those desiring to teach in the country
districts are earnestly solicited to be
present. Bring what teit books you
have with you.
An examination will be held at tho
close, and an advance of teu per cent,
on last year's work 111 be required to
secure a certilbate. Hon. 8. M. Etter,
state superintendent has signified his In
tention to be present at some time during
the sessions. Also to lecture to tbe
teachers and people ot Alexander.
Mrs. A. P. Taylor.
Cairo, July 5,1877. j7.3w.
To Write) 11P the Record.
Mr. Fred. S. Smith has been employed
by the county commissioners to write up
the records ot the county clerk's office
unfinished at the time ot tho resignation
ot Mr. Lynch. The expense of writing
up thee records will be charged up to
Mr. Lynch, and paid out of tho amount
Hi duu him as salary.
- Mr ami Mrs. A. B. SaSord are at
Martha's Vineyard, near Boston.
Mrs. Erneat Pettit Is lu Paducal.
visiting her parents.
W. H. MABEAN.M. D.
Dr. Ilrigham1 ? actvaaor.)
Offloe 138 Comaiercial Are.
Iren to the treatmea
f hronio DLeaaee ana
disease peou'uw M
I .'. -L-
AND CAJV DE1
73 OHIO LEVEE,
Otty Vatteati IsakMUiaff, tfHrtaln.
Ae Oldeet lUtabLUheel Arky lay amtt.
rm IlUmola, seiteessiilM ewiMT
R,:fi0KTD0, eond'l'o" or the City K.
tional Bank, at Cairo, la the Stale ef llll
ania, at the clone of bueinet, Jane U, 177
Loans and rllaconnla m.ist f!t u
V 8. Bond to teen re eirenlatloB.... so.oto
U. 8. Bond, on hand .... m ii 00
Other atockf , bond and rjMtlflure... u.SU Se
Uue from approved re-
eeree tgmtt g 144 412 IS
Due from other National
Hank.... . 4,188 M
bankers 1!,M7 73 100.1W 11
Real eatate, furniture and fixture
ClirtVnLftYIWmtiM ftll.l t u
1 wk . -T-n o.- -z-""'
Hllla of other banks.. 7, MO 00
fractional currency. In-
cl titling; nickels 6,382 65
Specie (including gold
treasury certillcatee)....., 13,539 57
Legal-tender nutea . 3S.6Q0 UU 88,11132
Bedemptlon fund with V. 8. treaiu
rer (' per ent. of circulation) g.iaa 00
Van from U S. ireHeurer, ther than
6 per cent, redemption niaa....M... fi.OOS 08
Total .. t6A4,3agI
Capital etock paid la ....100,OOo oq
Surulua fund . ,. 96,000 00
Undivided proflla ., M.84S 47
National bank nutea outstanding il 000 00
Individual deposit sub
ject to check J11,S11 M
Due to other National
Du to State bank aud
banker 100,112 90-348.277 44
Total .9M4.323 81
State or Illinois. County of Alexander .
1, A. tt, Hsor.rd, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the above
sUleuienl la true lo Che bent of my knowledge
and belief. 4 B. AfKOH J, csvsbier.
Hulittcribrt and sworn lo before me this Din
day of July. l77. 11. H. CA.NDkE,
. , Notary Fubllo.
M L. IHLLIOAY, )
H. II. CUNMXCiJIAM, Director.
U. It. WU.UA.uSON. t
NEW ADVi KTINElIEIrft.
State of llllnoli, outHy nf Alexaadcr.
t trcuil court tif Alexander couuly, September
lei in, .. I). IS77.
frcderick Knnmever, vs. John Q. Hartman, EoB
ert Home ami Wax Hubble Hills 1.1 chancery.
IliJavit a the non rt.i iince of Robert Howe
ami ae Hubble ol the delenJai U above aimed,
huving been 6 d in iheufthe of the Clerk of said
circuit ccurt ot Atcxani-er county, antics i hereby
g.ven to the uid oon-reatdcnl defendants, thai the
c m,,la nun t h t liku hatbili if coat, atnt in said
court on the chuucary .id,: thereof on the 1 1th day of
Vley. A. mil, and that a Muamons thereupon
lii,,eil nut ,,f Mid court asainil laid defendants, re-
I-in nic n lite I irtl Jloitday otll.y. . it. tt"77,
a i. by law required Nnd an urdcrsr having been
e tered of rccurd in said court st ihe May term,
it'll, ther.tif, thai laid cute stand cuniinueil, with
otder til' pub. i aoon. Now, therefore, unless you,
the sain U ibert Howe and Wsks nubble shaU per
sonally be and appear Uctore ihesald c rtuit court
I of Aletanoer county on the fim day of the next
term th roof to be holden at the court house in the
city ut Xairo. in said county, on the first Atonday
Iol September, v. p 1M77, and plead, answer or
demur lo the said complaintat's bill of complaint,
the sane and the matters and things therein chaneo
j . . . ...i . . 1 1 i - i . j .
iiiui .KU, win a vuiiKUGU , .an m UC
free entered ugainst you according lu the prayer of
saidbiil. Jt'IIN" . KKUYU Clerk.
Mllxxy, LiaxiiAR A Lansd(m. Complainant's
Solicitors. Cairo, Ills., July 1.1th, A. ii. 177.
8. Hanker Bitter Wine r I roes
has never been Known to tsU in the sure el
weakness, attended with symptom; India
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of nreatbiug, general weaknes, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful borrorof death, night sweat, oold feet,
weakness, dluines of vision, languor, uni
verattl lassitude ol tbe aiuscuiar system,
enormous appetite will dyi rptic its
tern, hot hand-, tiu hunt the holy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid nountena, ce nd
eruption- n the face, purilyina the blued,
pain in the ba k, heaviness ol tbe eyelids
frequeul black spot fl.v Ing before tbe eye
witb temp trary suffu-loo and lose ol sight,
want ol attend s, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. f. Kunkel' Bitter Wiae ol
Iron. It never tails. Thousands are low
enjoying health wbo bave used It, 14 el
the genu'ne. K Id only In ft bottles. Take
only . F. Kunkel'.
Ask tor Kunkel' Bitter Wine ol Iron.
I his truly valuable tonic has been so thor
oughly tested by all claase of tbe commu
nity tnat It ii now deemed Indispensable
as a tonic medloine. It eoit but little,
purities the Wood and give tone to tbe
stomach, renovates the lye em and pro
I only ask a trial "f this valuihle tonic.
Price fl per bottle. K. F. Kunkel, nolo
propriet r. No. 1M Noi ih Ninth street, be
low Vino, Philadelphia, Pa Ask for Kan
kel's B tier Wine of Iron, and take no
other. A photo'rapb of the prop ieter on
each wrapper; ah others are counterfeit.
Beware of counterfeits. Do not let yonr
druggist sell you any bin Kuokel's, waft k
Is put up only as above represented. Yon
cu getslx hottlus tor Ave dollar-. All I
ask is one simple trial.
TAPE WOHM REMOVED ALIVE.
Head and all complete la two hours. Ho
fee'llll he a passe. Beat, Pin and stomach
worms rem d ed by Dr. Kunkel, 250 North
Ninth street. Advice free. No e until
head nd all passes lu onn, and alive. Dr.
Kunkel is tbe only succrssful pbysfelan In
this country for the removal of worm-, and
bis Worm Syrup I pleasant and sal tor
chtldi en or grown persons 8end for dr
riihr, or ask lor a bott'a of Kunkel'
Worm riyrup. Price one dollar per bottle.
Get il of your druggls1 It o ver fails.
State of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit courtof Alexander Oounty. Bep Um
ber term, A. D. 18.7.
Edmund K. O'Brien vs. KJmuntl B. tiarsihly,
Annette liatag ty. Jacob II. Uurrough, Jose
pnineeiiirigiiiy it. elcviu and J. levin. It 111
AOldavltof the non-rt siilence of Jacob Bur
rough, Eugt-iie Uaraghty, U. Sleyla and J.
Blenn ol tbeilefeti iauta above nameil, having
beeu tt ed in Ihe olllee f the clerk of staid Cir
cuit court ot Alexander couaty, notice w here
by Iven to the suid non-resident defendants,
tint the cormiiuloant has hltd hi bill of eum-.
plaint in said court o i tbe chaucery side thereof
on the aratosyof May, a. b. 1877, and that a
summous thereupon ieeueu out ot aal i court
against said d tetidanta, returnable en ihe
Uiird Monday of May, a. 0. is;7.a la by law
required. And an order having ben entered of
record m Said oouri at the Hay (eim 1877, there
uf, that suid isuae stand ouuunurd with order
of publication Now beirf .re unless you,
ihe auld J. cob H. Uurrough. Lugeoe (iaisgliiy,
B sn ia aut J. ,'slevin .hall personally be aud
appear b-ftire ihe said circuit court of Alexan
der couuly on the tlrot day f ihe neat term
Hi r i f to b. hoi ieu al th court house la tbe
city uf t airo. In aald county, on tbe drat JIoi
tly i f SV teniberA. D. 1877, sod plead, ar
wef or demur to .besaitlcomplaiaaul'e bill of
complaint, the same , and lbs ra t tore and things
iheteli charged end slated will b takaa a oen
i.ssmI, and td're entered against you accord
ing to the prayer of said hill
" " ' J'lUN A. IEBVK, Clerk
Jou ' II. Moiacv, Ion pUnenfs SolUllor
Cairo, Ills. . July 13tb, a p un. ew.
VITAL WKiKNA.iS OR l'K KEs.ON I
w.akeibau.te-l feeiing, no eiergy or eonragei
there-nitefMKNTAL OVER. WbHK ISOka
CKErielNS UK KXi KtsSkS, er eonse drsla en
the eysteaa. 1 alwar eured by Humphreys'
ilomeopathi Specido Kq 28. It toaee tad
lavlgorate th system, linoart strength and
energy -stop the drain and rejurenale- taw
entne man. Usee need wty War wllh Bat
led titjea by tbounl. Sold hy dealere.
Price iprifle vial, or per Hekego of
five vials and fin d f powder Seat by sall
n r-elpt erpriee. Address HUMPHREYS'
IfuMKOVAIillO MEU Cl.Na COMPANY, 1
faltoe aire-1. T-
EsU e ol Frederick E. Watermeler, 4o-
T undersign, d. having beea annotated
d n'nl raior ot lb retate "I Ifredaruj E.
Wateim er.lateol bestuntv ei Aleaatf
der and Bute ol Illinois, deoeeted, hereby,
5 Ives noUoo that he will apteee More
le eeunty esurt uf Alexander couaty, al
ue court ootue ia uairo at tae July tena.
on the second Monday la July sjext,at waieh
time ail perone having elauas aaiaatald
estate are eounea ana request oa to King
for the purpose ot kavtig tbe snate aeV
lusted, au peraoae laaepteei t ka ee
late are requested to make IwsiHale pay
eat to the uadenlgaed,
Dated, thle Wd day of May. A. D.
1877. AUOU8T WAiljHlilutWr.