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face, In Id1' i'uIuiiiu uuder upiiniprliii beading
lilivntr f ' '" ir imiiilliar U pir yur
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Ml.l.IWi WYU.I-SI. klri-H brtwvrii
on.luHLia'un-l.lli- utld RMllUktnli .venue.
ilullmitf : Urrrbnnf liilloiti.lt.
JOHN AYi:i:.l -Merchant Tailor and dialer
lb Ki'kilV limit 1 lotion-. TSUIlli. rr.
ICVMI lllH AHll ll-
XI. J. HoWl.tY-Kenl Krttule AkkiiI. liuya
and u-lla rel lrt, colltct renin, pay linn
lor auu-rmidiite ft"'. Commercial avenue, l
mmi Math ami Ti Mb Ut-ls
Uilton und Tobacco Kaclora und ru-
rntlur of lli rannem' I uwm -co Warehwttw..
I r Loiuiumemal .. "
V General roraardlait and Comiin.aion
u.erchaut, lor the aale of farm, t.atdeu, Or
:bard uuil Pany 1'roduc. w Ohio Levee.
P A. WllKEI.Kl K A i,i).
Ij Orneial t orwunlinr ami I omuiUilna
in rrlianU, anil Uralrn In bll liala of 1 mil nuil
froiluM. 6) UHiu U'vrt. rolutgiiniiiuu kulio
ilril, Bitnnli furBiliil ud irauoa.
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ILUNOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Bond Running Two
Daily Trvim from Cairo,
liO p.m. Kant P.Xireaii, arrivili( In bt.
Uniil H:00 p. m.; t hleigo, 7:.W, .lu.
2 20 P.m. CINCINNATI it L0UI8-
VlLLK FAST LINK
ArrivlDj;' n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
villa, i.u.; ludUnapolin, 4.10 a.m.;
l'axatngtri by thii train arrivt at bi
AU VANG 3a
OF iKY OTflEK K0(JT.
,1.30 p. m. Kant Mail with leepr attai ti
J, for PT. LUI'IS ana tlilCAGO,
arrlyinf In SI. l.ouli at tk.'iO a.m. '..In
caco at 4 ..'10 p. io. Connecting at Odin
or Kflinfrnain lor Cinciniiatl, i.eulmle
FAST TIME EAST
faaienftrt by tbii line go through to
tfja Ea( without any delay caui'd by
i'heMAfUKDAV AVrntNOON Tit A IN
KKOM CAIKU AltKIVKS IN NKW
VOKK lIUNDAV MOKM.NU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHKR HOLTK.
Advartlncuienu of coinpetlne lin' that
they make better time than tbii one. are
are Unued either through ignorance or a
de ai re to ulnlead the pulilic.
or througlf tlrketa and Inlormutlon,
pplT at llllnolK Central B. K. Depot, Cairo.
iSAi.NH aanivg at caiao
iicreil S:J)p .
la.ll - l:l.a m.
Uen'l Southern Agt.
J. II, Jonrh. Ticket Air.
llupjiv rrlirf Io jniiiig iumi Iron.,
ibe effects if errora aud abueeH in'
I) 4 early lile. Manbood Rratond. Im-Q
UJ 19 pedlnieuu to lnarrnB rraaored. fc)
Zj 2 nielhoU of treatiufnt. Nw
L3 2 "d remarkabla renirdi'a. Booki Z.
ate and orculara aent frea In sealed y
"59 envelciiea. Addenn Hoahu Ai- 9
n IQ toriATioK.41'1 N. Niuth at. I'aila-M
P3 drlpbia. V. An initltulion nav- m
S mn a bitrn reauiatiou lor lionur-
"able coudui'.t and jirofea-ioual
'kill. . '.
The Modern Tantnlua
Is altogether the oppoiite ol his roa.t
nauienake. The latter as a punifhinent
lrom the gU tor an inlractlon of their
ooDinianda, was condemned to perpetual
thirst, and Immovably fixed lu water to
bit chin. What must Imvo been his lecl
injrn to nee that fluid, which more than
all the world besides, he wanted, within
his reach, and he powerless to drink It !
What a refinement of cinclty must be
such a punishment. How dillerent our
feelingi to hi antetype, who though
luflerlng lrom sickness all the time, hav
ing means to meet the cost ot alleviating
hlsailmtnt, yet deliberatelj neglects us
Inir the remedies to his recovery. The
majority ot Bickness arise? lrom the tor
pidity of the liver, and can be disc Ipated
and prevented by the nee of that valuable
elixir tonic the Home Stomach Bitter.
ICE! ICE I
ilune, Looiuis & Co., dealers in north
eru lake fee, have removed their ottlce
lrom the corner of Eighth street aud
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering Ice In all parts of the citys
Those desiring the cold stud will leave
their orders at the new ofllce. where they
will receive prompt attention.
f auks Kavanalt.h, Manager.
Cairo, In.n., May 17, 1877. C-17-lin
Kd. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In the Reiser building, where he Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons aud the public who
may favor him with a call, lie has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple ol nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest Im
rovemcntsand conveniences. He em
ploys olny flrsUlass workman and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to In style and will receive
aourteoui treatment. f
A cottage on Ninth street, In good
repair. Apply to E.Dezonu,
81-tt ' City National Bank.
8K0RK C B00IBTIB8
Tke kaiirhfe of tlif aliol order Unl
at f lir-it hull the lint and third Monday
li (lu ll molidl. Cuniim'rcliil avenue, i Hum
uuili of lilli mrert, Htit v in.
.Iiiiin li. Hdj.nK", G. it. !.
3 Knli'hiA of rMhiu, mita wry Tti
! -f "4 iliy I, miit at lull-iuiil anVKIi, lu O'H-
Al.KXA.MIiKH ItOUUK, NO. 214.
iuieiwiiili iil Onlir of (Mil-tuU
lnwn. niit rvtry 'lliiirmlay niKnt
,(i)Jg' m luiiriAritoivrii, I" H" r '
;.iii.u..t.:.I an Mil- Iti-IWM-ll Mm
,..i, vVillK. IHl.ifi N. H.
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, ,i! .ir .iH .wh' J'.UJ mi H i- llnituni tlurrt
J .. , hi. . if i.iuiuli, i l.alf-tt!Vi;Fi
A. toiilNiH, 0 V
t.iliCKl.OK'!'.. NO.afi.A.F. 4 A. M.
' ili.l'l rn'ul.ir iAimiiiuiinati"iii m Ka-
V'a.nin II II, ivurni-r Cuinn.erclai uvvnuv
anl fciliih "irn-l, on iU ai'imnil ami
mill Wuii'lui ul bu-.Ii luuiiUi.
Itate. I!' :.. HI 'HKM.
IfAllliillb foratlvcrtiaiiiir, areUueand pay
al.lt IN AUVaKl
Trarmii'M whtitiaifiK Will b inmrtiJ at tin
rata of II r acjuaii; fur tli llrat iiia-rlinu
an J 4J c;uU for cucli ul.nwjiifi.t oue A lilrl
iliauiunt Will b Uia'l ou aUu.l.iiK u'l Jl'1
r or inaarlirig Kunral iioti 1 " NU'-ol
mwtiuK of ioi:letira or ti:rtt onlna 'A i-iiU for
I'hurch, Sw:ialy, Kiatlval and Suiir uolii
will only b iutrilnl as lvrtin'niuu
adT.rtlMiu.Dl will be rivKl at ! than
IC wa, and vTiUTeriiMuirnt will b limirU'd
fur latban thru dollar! ier aioiilh
i.ocAi. Hi uiim Mill h t.n
Of one nquaro (H linen nmce) or more, in
aerted In the Bulletin an lollowi ; (l.ens
than one imntre counted aa n aijuar.)
rin !iirilnii tir anlllirp S TiO
Two Inwrtloin p-r niuare.
Tliri.lnvr(WiiiR rer iiiuare 1 00
Bix lnsertloria per squar 1
Two week" per aquare - "0
On! montb per aiiuarr
SueclMl rate made on largn advertise
ment or tor lonier nine'.
The Str. T. F. ECKERT,
Wilt mute an
SMITHLAND AND THE CUMBER
THURSDAY, JULY 19th 1877
Kair lor round trip T.'i i riit-. ( liildr. n
ball prlii-. bras- and miuix uiuMi: and
dancing lnr all who desire It. an I a unlet
place fur tb-ise w ho do not wWi to dance.
MtialKwi'1 be luruifhed for three applj inir
any time belort. Hie boat icaiea. lii-tre-huieiila
by I'btl. aup.
Hficm li i: s, M:nti r.
lias. Sn ink IE, Cli rk.
S. A. fit, l'a. Atfeiit.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
( I aeniielli Aii-t ().ailr (jo. in II. ,n-
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
T'liia la theoldeat luke'j-h Hie i-itv. Mid 111
trooritor loinf. un niioituiiiiy In ai (mn ir.n
date Ibe uulili-.
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US ueiiTl'r irrwii utra'i iwitb .(..,
rn-eiTrt an ardtr eitb'r pi-rsoiul or tiirniigti tlic
He liaiiea BoMno llrnvrn lina l , aiel all i n !
of Cakat auitalilr lor weddikg HuH, purtit-f,
Oitehiiua tdul. Ilia motto i: '" I he l"SI
of (fiKwIa at the inott reafonalili' .iic '
WKDN tSl)AY. JLI.Y Is. 1877.
rrlluill-llt Tnt faille.
On Monday, the Kitli day ol July, all
lands and lots deliwiueiit for the taxes of
170, will be sold for Iaxe ii not paid
helore that lime. I'r.i Kit Sai i Mien!!.
Flrlurva un.i Itrai kvl.
K. C. Kurd has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
large Mock ol brackets, shelves, frames,
rhroinos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassel', fancy nails, bat racks, etc.
Picture Iraming made a speciality
Chromos tnoiinted in t'-ie r.ht upet and
best itvle. 1 iu
To all who are sutlering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ncr
voas weakness, early decay, los of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of cliarre. This great
emedy was discovered by a misiiouary
In (south America. Bend a telf-ud-dresscd
envelope to the Kev. Joseph T.
Iiiman, Station U. Ulbla House, .New
Qa man Physician From Cincinnati, O.,
Has prepared certain remedies lor tho
cure of fever and ague, chronic diseases ot
the lungs and consumption, rheumatism
and palty, neuralgia and cramps, wet
ness of the bed by children and adults.
The above named diseases will be cured
where else treatment has failed. My
remedies aro almost Inlnllible.
Persons cau 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. References from the city.
Cease RcMik the N.vaieiu
With drastic cathartics and hurtful all
vants, and use that rational and genial
recuperant, Hostcttcr's Stomach Bitters,
the success ot which In the eradication ol
disease and the building up ot feeble con
stitutions has utterly confuted the pre
posterous medical theorists who insisted
on the rationality ot depleting the triune
In order to restore itto health. Appetite,
easy digestion, regular evacuations, a
natural flow ol bile, are ns sure a result
ot the use of the finest of America's In
vlgorants as Increased loss of power nntl
Irritation of the 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
and feeble, lor It has not only placed
health within their reach, but saved them
lrom tho hurtful consequences of an ab
surd fallacy. H-lw
Mr. Louis Herbert, Ohio levee, Is the
agent lor Moerleln's celebrated Cincin
nati bear. An extra tine article. 8-2 w
Mi- I niilu 1 1,,1-lii.rf nil I II. 1,1 It. VHP lt I III!
BKiit ftt Ciilro lor thu tflji'brntiMl Mwt
Iciu'n Cincinnati buT, tliu U-st beer on
tin.' iniirket. Mw
THIS IS TRUE.
All the PeiHonx who aro Hit by tho
l-ollowlnir, Oimnt to ua Aahauiea o
I.'aIKO. ll.M...Jilly 10,H77.
In Hi- Kditorof lliu i aim bii.htin;
Sin: --'l lit ruot elli'i'tual way io cor
rect in my of thii improprieties of lll'e la
to ri'ti r to tin in In (be public prcs, and
I tliiuk it is tile duty ofoii'l ilii'HH to
ir-ort to "ni b ineani "Alien u ii'lorui i
Notbitij; inoio aiiin.yiii In cliiirch
roinjf people linn loud w 1 1 i r i 1 1 cr Hint
I iiiIiIm carried on by tl,oce wbo bi've
neillier nillli.'icnf brains imr reverence to
bc interesti.il in tin' M'rvin", u nil tlie
taiim h doubly nniioyin wben tln -e
ditiirb:iiic.c'i arc carrii d on by men
uMlcieiilly uiiililicd to earn a living in
the employ of railroad and cxpfc"
IiNiiIfo very autioyinj; to bave h
eluuiiy b'llow under the iulbicuce of
hipior leave the tliun li during llm er
niDii. It di-turbs tin; attchiion ol the
f!nnreation mid interrupts and iiiuln
Hie rlerymaii. T'Iih writer win pre.i nt
a", iiiornlni; nervica: in one of tlm city
churchen ye-ti-rday, ami with a larjri
part ol tlic eniijjrc.ilion was very mueli
annoyed by the kind ol conduct almy;
Low Frli-i-i lor All.
'io to the New Vork store and buy
where jjwds ttr(! sold the lowest, lte-ini-iiiber
money saved in buying your
good is better than money uiiiile by
hard work. All goods sold at our bou-e
are warrenteil.ihe best and us represented
or the money refunded good delivered
to nil parts ol the city. We dciy compe
tition both at whole-ale and retail and
invite tliO'e needing goods to ;'ive ui a
call. Our stock is general and complete.
s lbs a coffee sugar for 1 00
4! lbs Kio coflei! for 1 00
.fibs best Ifice for 2.)
It lbs be-t Soda crackers 25
1 hoice cheese per lb
Uest pp-irl starch per lb CJ
llest ugur ' ' buns 12 J
21b Tomatoes p.-r can I2i
2 lb reaches per can 12
llest bakiug powder per lb HO
I'.e't brown coflee per lb '!')
Iliainoud grain jiowder per lb :;0
i ouniiy butier per lb 'M
Choice northern bntt.T alwas on
hand. Above is only a few prices ol
aome le:idiliL' nferies. All other things
We offer prints for C'c per yardalso
white mosfjiiito bars for4."n'.
A full line of dry goods, groceries,
boots and shoes and in fact all goods
needed for family uue.
Ni w Yohk ul:K, ( airo, Ills.,
VALUABLE PAPERS MISSING.
A Nokio Thief Steal a a lot of Important
Papers arid othur Valuables lrom a
Chief ol Police Arter received a letter
yesterday, from a gentleman named II.
Johnon to the effect that just as the
Virgii f.ec touched our wharf about two
o'clock yesterday morning, a negro stole
from liis stateroom a coat containing a
1 it of valuable papers and other articles.
The thief was chased up the levee by
Several of the boats crew, but succeded
In making hit escape. Mr. Johnson is a
resident ol Blairsville, Pa., and is on bis
way to P.iifk Island, Illinois, to visit
Touaeeo aud riger.
Merchants, grocers, and saloon-keepers
sli3uld not lorget that Messrs. Corlis Jt
Haukin, proprietors of the Prairie State
1'obacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an e-taollsiinent at the corner
ofSixtfi street nnd Ohio levee in this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco ami cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
nnd most complete stock ot
obicco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of tho trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
yited to call and examine their stock.
Think for loiirself.
Thousands lead miserable lives, sutler
ing from dyspepsia, a disordered atom
ach and liver, producing biliousness,
heartburn, costivencss, weakness, irregu
lar appetite, low spirits, raising food
after eating, and often ending in latal
attacks of fever. They know they are
sick, yet get little sympathy. The un
failing r. ineily, which is yearly restoring
thousands, Is DaCosta's Padical Cure.
Sold by Barclay Bros.
A 2mj bottle will convince you of Its
merits. Don't delay another hour alter
reading this, but go and get a bottle, and
your relief is as certain as you live. Wil
you do It or will you continue to suffer ?
Think for yourself.
Prof. Parkci's Pleasant Worm syrup.
Is nerlccllv safe und extremely Palatable
.o physic requireu. tosis
I'lulcr the supervision of Street Super
visor Gorman the fill ou Walnut and Fif
teenth streets Is progressing finely, and
tUu work being done is permanent and
substantial. When this work Is all done
there will be no more complaint from the
people living "on the ridge' on account
ol the bad condition of tho streets lead
ing to and from that locality.
His Honor Mayor Winter Is losing no
time in perfecting all tho necessary ar
rangements for his "big plc-nln" to take
place on Thursday the 3Hh Inst. We
arc assured that nobbing that will tend
to facilitate the en'oymont and pleasure
ot those who attend this plc-nic and ex
cursion will be left undone.
Tin Payere, Atlenilaii.
1 have a couple hundred dollars In
county orders lor sale. .
d 3 t P. Fitzoehald.
UUPAR 8 DOSBi.
CauUin Rea on the Bitr Excursion
lo-unrrow-rraa'duut Hayea and Par
ty to be Preaant-Ihla la not Jack Win
ter ' Pio-nio.
Caiho, Ills., July 17, 1S77.
Kdili.i i.f Celro HiiHelin:
As (here is some uilstiiulcrstandlng In
regard to n couple ol excursion trips to
be made by this boat, 1 would beg leave
to state thai on Thursday, July l!l, an
excursion will be uiado by the Kckcrt to
I'adiicali and Smltbland. Again
ou ihu next Thursday 20th. ilis
honor, the mayor will cxctnt. (For par
ticulars see small bills). The one ol the
l!l h is the one I wish to speak of nuw,
and to make It attractive we oil.T every
inducement. I'resnlent Hayes and bis
party (if tln-y arrive in time) will have
lirst choice of scats and the largest room
in tin) boat, (the deck cabin). Doc. Dun
ningand I.on Barclay will !)' next, hav
ing secured two first-class rooms with
tire places in them. Maj, H.illiday, ('bet
Bradley and Walt. McKee will be there
arrayed like gentlemen, iu purple and
line linen. B. '. (ieorgc and Frank
rialigher will be Hie orators ot the day.
One will speak of elyaian fields
and the oilier ol wheat delds.
Drips will be there iu all bis glory.
Win. Morris will sing lor the younger
portion of the company, "Silver threads
among the liold.'' J.ou Schuckers with
his German silvery voice, will join in the
chorus, while .Jim 1'liillis will pat Jubt-r
for the amusement of all.
Ssflurd lias telegraphed to save, him
two chances, but ho will . be left. A
chromo will be voted to the best look
ing youug lady on the boat. A vote
will not be taken fur the ugliest man, as
he is already known.
Kverybody'e sweetheart will gfcta lour
dollar bo'iuet. The boat will stop at
I'a'.lui.-ah a tew minutes to let Len Faxon
and John . Ilarinan embrace each otb. r
a slmrt time and will proceed atterward
to the month ot Siulthland. There
('apt. Oo. D. Williamson will entertain
the whole crowd with all the dainties
and luxuries of the city.
Sol. Silver will blow his, bazoo to get
all to come, and bring their friends.
f'hailey Shinkle will put on his standing
collar and tike up tickets and I will be
there to sec it all. Jack Winter may
promi-e more, but we will see.
li. W. Di oan.
TOO MANY GEEEN APPLES.
A Neirro Apple Pedler Shufflea off this
mortal con very suddenly witncnol-
F'or several days past a negro named
A'ex inder Potter, who Is said to have
come to Cairo from Metropolis, has been
pedding apples, etc, to steamboat pasicn
gers at the wharf in day time, and sleep
ing at night In skiQs, on hoard piles, etc.
lie h been sick and scardy able to move
about since coining to Cairo, with
what those; who saw him most and knew
him best pronounce conjestion of the
bowels, and ou Monday night about six
o'clock be dii don a pile ot lacks on
Halliilay & Phillips' wharlboat No. 1.
'Squire Comings was lnloimed ol the
ncg roc's death, and summoned a coron
er's jury, which held an inquest. Their
virdict was that Alex had died with the
cholera morbus. It is not known what
led 'Squire Comings aud his men to come
to this conclusion, as it is denied that the
deceased had nny symtpoms of cholera
mor us, unless it was the fact that Alex,
at the time of his taking oil', or at some
pci iou of his life not definitely known,
had been the owner of a box ol green
apples, which fa:t, to the minds of any
body of wise men, would be abundant
evidence of the cause of the unfortunate
A CHEEKY THIEF.
He Mukt-aa Grab For 8eventy-F lva Dol
lars and LlKht Out.
On Monday evening at abeut six
o'clock, Mr. Reuben J. Newton of
Ilinkleville, came to Cairo for the pur
pose of attending the tobacco sales at the
Farmers' tobacco warehouse yesterday
morning. He went into the peanut stand
at the corner ol Tenth street and Com
mercial avenue, opposite Perry Powers'
livery stable, to get supper, and when he
had finished, proceeded to pay for it. He
drew his pocket-book from his breeches
and was about to take the money from It
when a negro who had stopped into the
home at that moment, from the outside
where he had been engaged talking with
two other colored men, deliberately
snatched the book, money and all lrom
Mr. Newton's hand and rushed out Into
llio street, and had disappeared before
the Kcntucklan had time to recover trow
his surprise. There was about seventy
live dollars lu the pocket book, accord
ing to Mr. Newton's statement to the po
lice, who Immediately went In search ot
the thief, but up to last evening, nothing
had been heard of him,
'A IIIH T1I1XO"
That's What the Padncah "News" Says
ui aim auuw joiit xicxuo
Referring to the picnic aud excursion
being gott in up by Ills Honor Mayor
Winter, tho Padncah -Yeips says:
Jack Winter s picnic from Cairo to
Ltiwton'a Blull", ou Thursday, will be a
bin tiling. There will be lully 500 peo
ple on tbu boat ou that occasion, nnd
dancing and fun will be, tho order. The
boat will return lrom J.awton's Bluff in
time lor those who desire to do so to
take supper at the Richmond House, and
t hurley itceu win give ine cuiroitcs a
ball alter supper. It Is the in
tention to make a niooullirht
excursion with the boat from ibis place
to Cumberland island and Smltbland, af
ter supper. There will bo a ulcnlo at
Bullcvue garden on that night, to which
wo arc authorized to extend an invita
tion to tho excursionists to attend.
Those who do not wish to go to Smith
land can remain hero aud attend the ball
ac the Richmond house or go to the gar
den and remain until the boat returns
from up the river. Mo have no doubt
tho party will enjoy thomselves here.
An Alexander County Order. No. 380,
for $23,00 payable to Samuel Brlleyt all
parties are requested not to negotiate for
the same, tho finder will De rewarded by
returning It to Samuel Iriley, Toledo,
Alexander Co. Ills. Jas. E. McCmtr.
)tirj and There.
-i-tiluckberTlc are becoming plenty.
Ten cents a quart.
Candidates lor cjunty offices are
(Totting very numerous.
Canine A Whlllock, dentists, fill
tectli In the most satisfactory manner.
Cairo dii't want the Southern Illi
nois Penitentiary. Ullin does: let her
Leuls Herbert, Ohio levee, sells
Moerleln's celebrated Cincinnati lager
beer at wholesale and retail. 2w.
Vegetables and garden truck ot all
kinds are becoming cheap. The streets
are filled w'uh country wagons almost
We call especial attention to the sale
of 'unclaimed freight" at Winter A
Stew art's auction room Friday, July 20th,
10, o'clock a.m.
The Cairo City Bindery, A. W. Pyatt
A Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work of eveiy description in their line in
tirst-claas and workmanlike manner, lm
Mothers will grow weary and sigh
over the Baby's troubles when Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup would relieve the Child and
thereby give the Mother rest. Price
A plc-nic and festival will take place
at L'lllnon Wednesday evening 25th Inst.,
the proccedi. to he devoted to paying the
salary of the pastor of the Methodist
church at that place.
John St. Ledger Is a high toned name,
but it had no effect on Judge Bird yes
terday, who fined Its owner one dollar
aud costs for getting drunk, and sent
him to the lockup because lie couldu't
F. VI. Ward has gone into the ice
business, and Is now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of the city. Orders left
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
antccd. 1 Mm
On Tuesday Mr. James Ross
bought a new barrel of Hour and stowed
it away in the kitchen, and on Sunday be
woke up to find it gone, along with
various cooKing utensils and other small
The ladies of L'llin want twelve dol
lars and fifty cents, to take out an Insur
ance policy ou their church, and to
obtain the money, they propose giving a
grand musical entertainment and supper
on the night of the 25th.
Tom Tuston, the boss man of ibe
Illinois Central railroad comdany's
shops at Chicago, sent a force of a dozen
men to Cairo on Sunday, who spent all
day Monday and Monday night at work
repairing and einbellsbing the transfer
Canine & Wbitlock, 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 F.igth and Ninth streets. Give
them a call. lw.
Mr. E. II. Figncw is now sole propri
etor of the St. Charles hotel, having pur
chased the Interest of his partner, Mr.
Christian. The change took place on
the first of the present month. Mr.
Christian, we und rstand. contemplates
returning to Detroit, Michigan, his old
Judge Baker convened circuit court
yesterday but owing to the continued ab
scence of Mr. Judd. counsel lor the rail
road In the I'niou county bond case,
adjourned the court uultil nine o'lock
this morning. Mr. Judd is attending au
itnpoi taatcase In the United States oourt
If you desire cheeks with roses of
health upon them, it you want that
peculiar brilliancy of complexion so
prised by ladies and admired by every
body, II in a word, you want that per
fection of physical appearance that pure
blood insures, use Dr. Bull's Blood
City Jailer Mahoney was out with
his force yesterday nnd did good work on
the streets. Jack Sheppard handles a
wheelbarrow like an old hand at the
business, but thinks It dreadfully hard
work. He will take a "stay" next time,
and onco out ot the city will "stay"
The sale of lands and lots for the de
linquent taxes of 1870 is now in progress,
having been commenced on Monday.
We understand that the sheriff is meet
Ing with much better success than was
anticipated in the collection of taxes,
and that the collections this year will ex
ceed those of any former year since 1873.
John Foley, who hails lrom Villa
Ridge, aud follows grave digging lor a
livelihood, got on somewhat of a spree
on Monday, and ruado so much noise
that he had to be haultd to the lockup
on a dray. He had a hearing before
Judge Bird yesterday, and was fined five
dollars and costs for getting drunk, and
went to full for twelve days. He could
A fishing party composed of the Rev.
Mr. Gilliam, Captain McKlnney, ot the
steamer McComb, Williata Howe, Alder
man Wood Rlttenhouse, Greenllne
Miller and several other gentlemen, went
to Clear Lake, In Kentucky, yesterday
on a fishing excursion. It was expected
that the party would return to the city
with "skodoodles of fish," If Greenllne
didn't get a "gripln"' In his stomach.
He's Bubjcct to "grlplns."
-If there is anything, It strikes us,
calculated to rouse the temper ot a Cairo
woman, It Is to havener tllter calcb on
one of the many nails sticking up In our
sidewalks, bringing her to a dead bait so
suddenly that her entire paraphernalia
ts Jerked luto a cocked hat, and all the
nowder li larred off her face. Yt have
ieeo this tad accident occur on several
occasions recently, and If Mayor Winter
nd the entire city government would
teoare the safety of their Uvea, we advise
them to have this evil of protruding nails
looked to at once.
John, Smith a German barber, who
recently came lo Cairo and took t p
quarters, with his family In one ol the
frame shanties near the corner ol
Twelfth street and Commercial avenue,
was up before Squire Comings on Mon
day on a charge of attempting to b at a
party named Miller out ot a small sum
of money. There was not enough evi
dence to convict tiniith and he was dis
charged, and he felt so good thai he
went siraigncway anil got tiri ng, went
home and kicked (he old Udy all around
the house, and was hack in thepolic Vint '
........ ... . ... . . . ,. I
nK.iiii ui irra nine mail 11 uiK.cs io tell ll.
He was given the choice of going to
jail or out of town, aud he oromUed to
leave ss soon as he could scrape together
his scanty worldly effects.
Mr. Lawrence Borcn of Fornian, was
In the city yesterday.
The Rev. St. James Dillon-Lee and
wife leave for Michigan to-day.
Mrs. Sim Rlttenhouse has goue to
Visit friends at Cley s, Ohio.
Mr. Egnew, proprietor of the St.
Charles hotel, went to Chicago last
Captain W. S. Edson, agent at St,
Louis for William Brown the great coal
dealer of Pittsburg, Is in the city.
John P. Holy, of Champaign, civil
engineer for the Illinois Central railroad
company, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. George Lounsbury, formerly of
Cairo, is now a resident of Denver, Col
orado. His health Is greatly Improved.
Mr. F. D. Rexfordls recovering lrem
his dangerous illness very rapidly. He
Is still very weak, but will be strong and
entirely well, it is hoped. In a very short
Everet Munn, after a four weeks so
journ at the Hot Springs, Arkansas,
returned to Cairo yesterday morning,
much improved In health. He will re
sume his place In the post office to-day.
John W. Carter of Mound City, who
is now on a business trip through some
ot the Southern States, has placed us un
der obligations to him tor late Macon,
Georgia, and Hot Spring, Arkansas
Mrs. Capt. Chas. T. Hlnde and
daughter, formerly of Cairo, but for
several years a resident of Louisville,
and at present residing at Evansvllle,
arrived in the city by the Cairo and Vln
cennes railroad on Monday evening, and
are visiting at the residence of Mr. R. P.
Robbins. Mrs. Hiude has many warm
friends in Cairo who will be glad to meot
her euce tu ore. '
Kelittionakl .f Brain anil feloinnch
Is close, Indeed. Tliey are connected
by that wondrous elastic link, the sym
pat ictlc nerve,, which communicates the
abnormal sensations ot the organ of di
gestlon to that of thought. Now, if
digestion is disordered, the brain, being
the great local point ot the nervous sys
tem, all the nerves are in some degree
affected. The main cause ol nervous
trouble is Impaired digestion, and that is
usually produced by weakness ot the
toinach. Hostcttcr's Stomach Bitters
rectifies this, and overcomes nervous de
billiy by mlusing Increased energy Into
the operation et the organs of nutrition.
Through the agency ot this beneficent
tonic, not only are the nerves vitalized,
but the entire organism acquires vigor
ON THE PREMISES AT TflRKB O'CLOCK P.
M., SATURDAY, JULY 21st, 1877.
Lot 4 111 block 43, first addition to city
of Cilro, with improvements thereon,
viz: Cottage ot lour rooms, kitchen and
outhouses, situate en Poplar street near
Twentieth. The property of Mrs.
Michael Coyne and now occupied by her.
Building In first cla93 repair, roonu hav
ing just been renaiuted and papered. Lo
cation desirable, and property can be
readily rented at from $12 to $15 per
month. Title guaranteed. Terms
cash 1 A rare chance for speculation !
Premises subject to Inspection at any
time to and on day ot sale.
Winter & Stewart,
Dr. l lrlch German, of Cape Girar
deau. veterinary surgeon, is in the city.
tor the purpose ot attending to all busi
ness in hla profession. He will treat
horses, cows, hogs and all other animal
to the satisfaction of all. Parties wishing
to consult Dr. German can find him at
Louis Herbert's restaurant, Ohio levee.
THURSDAY, 3 O'CLOCK T. M. JULY 19, 1877.
On the premises Lots 31,32 and 33 In
in block 31, first addition to city of Cairo.
Title guaranteed. Terms cash. Sale
positive and without reserve.
2t Winter & Stewart,
T III Pantile.
As tho Impression has gone forth that
my plcnio Is en Thursday the Hun, i
would beg leave te say I am In no way
connected with the same, unless I go aa
an excursionist. Mine takes place Au
gust 20th, rain or shine, all arrangements
having been perfected to that end.
SALE OF FURNITURE
At auction this morning at 10) o'clock
No. 1(1 Commercial avenue.
FURNITURE, CARPM9, CILASI AND
QUWNiWARK, BATH TUBS, DRY
U0ODS, ITC, ETC.
Winter A Jtiwart,
Buy your tin fruit cam at tb New
York itore ud money, JlS3t.
BASK ItATUIKfi i
REI'OItT of the condition of the CityNaJ
tional Bank, at Cairo, la Ui State f lilt
nola, at the oloa of bueinaae, J oat U, M77
Loans and dleoum... um.is,ru
Other itocks, bonds and mortgagta... M,1S Ut ,
iu from approved re- '
acrre agents 144,411 St
Due from other National
Bank. 4,189 61
Due from Slate latoki aad
bankers 1S.S67 73 160,1) I J
Real estate, furniture and fixture.... S1.4M S
Currcut eapeuiisa ami use- paid..
vuevaa aau oinar eaan
Hero $ 8,160 10
Itilla nf other Iwuka . i.i jo so
Kraclloiml currency including-
iiicavl 6,3W 65
pviv tun-Jumna; Roiu
, iiry iwrtitiu).)..
Lel - lui - note ....
as. mm ou
Redtmption fund with U 8. treasu
rer i.. per ovm. oi circulation)
tme from U n. Irauurrr. other than
per ceut. redemption fund ...
Capital Hock paid in .... .loo,oryi at)
Sui plua fund 16,000 ee
I 'oil I v Idol profits ..... (te.ea 4T
National bauk notes outstanding 4o(0OO 09
Individual deposit sun-
Isct to check ttll. Ml 15
bus to other .National
back! S.SC2 M
Due to State bank and
banker 100,11. tC-UI IU 44
Total tM4J23 1
Stale ef Illinois, County of Alexander .
1, A. Ii, 8sfford, Cssbier of Ibe above
named bank, do solemnly sweaur that the above
statement is trn to the best of my knowledge)
ana oeuei. a, ii. SAriuau, uamar.
Kubacrlbed and sworn to before ma thle tth
day of July, 17. It. H. CANDKE.
M L. HU.MDAT. )
R. 11. CUNNINGHAM, Directors.
O. 1). WILLUMMON. i
The Elegant Steamer
J GUN NAUltK,
Will leave Cairo at 4 o'clock p. m., Saturday,
July ii, 1ST7, lor an excursion
TO PADUCAH AND RETURN.
Fare for the round trip, InoJuelug refresh
men in, f I Ou. Supper, so ctul extra.
Boat will leave from foot of
8lathstrertat4o'cloo p.m., returning will
arrive at la. m. beod music, dancing, ete.
E. r. Beakel'i Bitter Wnao r lrem
has never been known to fail in the cure ol
weakness, attended with symptom ; lndis
poiitioo toexertloB, Ion of memory, dlfl
culty of breathing, general weakaess, horror
of diseate, weak, narvouatrembUag, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, oold feet,
weakneai, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal iaaaitude ot the muscular lyiust,
enormou appetite with dyipeptlc y
tern, hot hand, fluahin? ot the holy, dry.
nes of the akin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, puritjinjt the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ol the eyelids,
frequent black ipou flying before the eyes
with temporary suffusion and los of sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
ail arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use . K. Kunkel's Bitter Wine ol
Iron. U never tail. Thousand are aow
enjoying health who have used 11. Uet
the genu ne. Mil only in 1 1 bottle. Take
ouly E. F. Kunkel's.
Ak lor h.unkr inner nine oi iron,
I hla trulv valuable tonic feat been so thor
oughly te ed by all classes of the commu
nity mailt is n'l ueemeu muispeueauio
as a tonic medicine. It com but little,
purifies the blood and give tone to tho
stomach. reu..vtte the y em and ro
leng lile. ...
I ool. vsk a trial "f thin valuible tonie.
Price 1 ptr bottle K. F. Kuakel, eole
proprietor, No. IM) No'ta Ninth street, be
low Vine, t'biladeljiuta. Pa Auk for lfun
kol'aB.ttor Wine of Iron, and take
other.' A rdioioi.'r 'ph of the prop ieter on
each wrapper; ah others are counterfeit.
lleware or counter eiu. no not i i your
drugalat eU you any bn. Kunkei', wot fe
ll put up oniy at above represented. You
u n net nx bottln lor Uve dollar-. All I
a-k i on -tinple til l.
TAPE WUltM ItEMOVKD AUVE.
Read .nd all complete la 'wo hour. No
f, e ml h a p in s. ftrat. Pin and itomach
orm- reuid ed by Dr. Kuokel, 259 horlk
Ninth street. Advice iree. No ee until,
head nd ah passe in one, aad alive. Dr.
Kunkei 1 the only euce.t saful phynieiaa 1st
thl country lor the removal of worm , and
his Worm Syrup i pltaaaai and sat for
vhildien or nrown person-. 8end tor lr
eul ir, or ask lor a bottle of Sunkel'a
Worm Syrup. Price one dollar per bottle.
Get It of your drugglat It n rer falls.
R. SMYTH & 66.,
Whole! aad Uttall Dealers la
Foreign and Oontitio
WINES OF ALL KIJTDt,
No. 60 Ohio Levtt,
fUBBt. eifTTH A CO. have aonaUaOy
LU. a lanrs itook ol Iks beet food. I "
t, aad give ea pedal attaatioa to I he wkoUaale
each of th buainaaa
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee. Sugar fc Ayr
Specialty in Toao.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
Hmttijilii, Ajscitt ui fcrpi
Offloe 134 CommtrolAl At. ,
M-ls CeXra, Blisses,
peeUI aiteaiUa glvM to me tTn
ChroaiaOkeaM aad tltMN IMllM