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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St, Louis & Chicago
Tho only Vend XluDrinj? Two
Daily Troir.B from Cairo.
Tminii Lkv Cairo
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t. 0 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS-
ViLLE FAST LIWK
firiivintf' n rin'Jnni fi'H, .m.: I.oulv
ville, f i'i, n in.: Ili'li tliai')li, 4,ITi s.in.:
rj-'pngei'" lJ' ll'i tmiu urrue al above
OF ANY OTHER KO'JTE.
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atrhiu in M. I.'iul ot 'i: -'fi a.m. '. hi
eupo at 4 'in p tu. CuiiliP' tinif u' Hditi
or Klliiiplin:. l-'r ( irwinn i'i, I.oi.l-villc
FAST TIME EAST
L"-er.ier I'V tlin line ko th'oiit'h to
tne t-.ii.KC w'liliont any t, y i ui;-i J by
lie iM VHUW AKI'hK.MHiS 'll!l.N
I liH.M CAIKO A It K I l IN NKVV
VnHK MUMIW l"lltIMi
OK ANY iiTIII.K I't'L I h.
A.vertii-inniti of eoine tinf Imp- ll.al
thfv cmke betti r Line limn tlii tm: r
aie'U?ueU either through ih'r.oriniue or a
i !(! ip to tniPieail tlie jiuniii .
I-or thrmipti tii kpf" and inlorniatwin,
pily at lllinn p Central It. II. Ui-pot. 'airo.
IHAlNd A Kill t EAT laii.h
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(len'l Southern Act.
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"Ot iatiii.v. I'J N. Niuih I'liilu- H
ipihm. I'a. An ui-lltiill'in nav- pj
i..tf u hirrh 1-pl.uEMtiilll Idr lininir-
ulilo t:tniliift ami prol'rp'it'iiK)
Hie Motleru ToiitHliis
It alloirether lh opposite, ol hi Kreat
tianicsak"'. Tlie latter at n puiii-liiiient
Irotil the gDtls lor an inlnu'tioii of their
t'Oininiiiiilt, was condemned to perpetual
thirst, and immovably lixed In water to
bin chin. What must have been hit led
inm to nee that fluid, which more than
all the. world betidet. In; wanted, wiiliin
his reach, and he powcrlctt to drink It !
What a refinement of ctiflty tmipl be
-uch a puiii-liinent. Mow dillerent our
I'eeliiigt to 111 illittrtype, Who thoilh
nuMeriiig li'oin sicknetK all the time, hav
in tr ineaiiS to meet Ihi'Cti"! ol allevialltiK
hi.t tlilltlillt, yet tleliliel'litclj lii'i,'h'i:ts us
ili the remedies to his recovery. The
tnnjoiiiy ot sickne-s initio Irotti the tor
pidity of the liver, Ull"! CHtl he tll-pipateil
iiiul pn vi titi'd by the ntc of that valuable
elixir tonic the llolni! Stomach liittert.
7 1 in.
Jliue, l.oomts A; o., drulers in north
cm lake ice, have removed their oilier
Irom tho corner of Kihth street and
Ohio levee to the leu house one door he
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
ileliveiitijr ice in all part of the eltys
Thoo desiring the cold stuff will leave
their orders at the new oftlee, where they
will receive prompt attention.
.James Kavakai oii, Manager.
Caiiio, It i. May 17, 1877. ,V17-lm
I'M. Braxton has returned to his old
istiiiiil In the Reiser building, where ho Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date Ills put ron ami the public who
may fvor him with n call. Ho lia gone
to considerable, expense In lltting up a
couple ol nicely furnished room, which
ho has provided with ail the latest 1m
rovements and convenient- I'8 c,,
nloys olny Hrst-clus workman and those
who patronlzo him will have their wants
attended to In style and will receivo
A cottage on Ninth street, In good
repair. Apply to E.Dr.zoMA,
;ji.t, city N':onal Bank.
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Ol ono Fijiinrr? (it lint s nr.) or nioif, in
"tTt'd In ilir Kt'i.i.RTi.f as lollous: I
1 1 1 a ii on'' fqinrr i-onnUd sr Rn'iimrt.)
One iiiMrtlon per i"imrc $ 60
1'ti O inci-rrioiii i'T mjimrr. 75
I lirrplti'i-rtiiitin pr njuure 1 00
.Six iiiM-rtloim pi-r fituarp 1 ""
Two wcf kn p-r niuarf 2 W)
()':' montli i r tt'jiinif 3
J"if'-ial rates ina'li! oil larjfi; Htlvertii-r-nipiitt
or t"r l'int.'rr timr.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
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JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
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SATUMUY. Jl I.Y 21
l linirp" nntl llriK'M'l
j K. C. Ford ha removed hi Variety
lirat ket siort.' to Wuhhiittoti iivenue
n-ar I'-iitli tlreet. II.; ha- oiniiid ,'i
lar'e Plot k ot Nr.it ke:-. "helvt-. traiiie-,
I'hrolno-. 'i"" me cord ami In l-. ent
taill ta--el". I ni' ' n:u. hat rm k, ete.
I'leture ir nil 1 1 . tr ina'f - J '-tra 1 1 1 ,
ht "t -tile.
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'I'o nil who are ptifb-rin trotn the
error and indist retinni of ynnt'i tu r
voii wi-akne-", early iee,-iy. lost o" man
hood. (('.'., I will end a reeipe that will
ore you, fn e of eharije. T'hit (,'reut
lii'-dy wit" t!ii'"ivereil by a uiiioiiary
;n Siuth Aui'Tlea. Smi'I a pelf-ii'l-,!r
-ed t ni' lopf to the l: v. Joepll T.
Iiiinaii, Station l. Ilihle llnuc!. New
i.rk Ci:v. 1-:ii-''.iii
KrlnlHiliilllii ol 11 rit 111 mill Molilil' h
Is close, iiitleed. They are connected
by th it wondroin elastic link, the sym
pat letlc nerve, which communicates the
abnormal sensations of th'' organ of di-jfe.-tion
to that ol" llioiitit. Now, il
(liettlon is tlisordt red, the brain, beinc
th.- trri-at local point ol the nervous sys
tem, all the nerve are in some decree
affected. The main cause ol nervous
trouble is impaired digestion, and that is
U"iially produced by weaknee of the
'oiiiach. llostetter's Stomach Hitters
reetilies tliis, and overcomes nervous tie
bility by inlusin Int.'reiiseil i'in r,".V into
the operation ot the organs of nutrition.
Through the agency "I t Wis beneficent
tonic, not only are the nerves vitalized,
but the entire organism acipiircs vi'or
nse KneltinK le N.Taieiu
Willi ilra-tic cathartics ami hurtful ali
Vaiitp, and use t lint rational and genial
recupcrant, llostetter's Stomach Hitter,
the success ot wh eh in the eradication ol
ilUeate ami the building up ot feeble con
stitutions lias utterly confuted the pre
posterous medical theorists who insisted
on tin; rationality of depleting the frame
in order to restore it to health. Appetite,
easy digestion, regular evacuations, a
natural flow ot bile, are as sure a result
o the Use of the lines t of America' In
vigoratits as increased loss of power and
irritation of the system were ol the old
exhausting method. The new era ol
medical treatment, inaugurated by the
Hitters Is Indeed a happy one tor the sick
and feeble, lor it has not only placed
health within their reach, but saved them
Irom the hurtful eonseipiences of an ab
surd fallacy. 81 w
Think for Tonrsetr.
Thousand lead miserable lives, sillier,
itig from dyspepsia, a disordered ttom
aeh and liver, producing biliousness,
lieartbtirn.costiveness, 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 tin
failing remedy, which is yearly restoring
thousands, is DuCosta's Radical Cure
Sold by Barclay Bros.
A 2.'io bottle will convince you of its
merit. Don't delay another hour alter
reading tills, but go and get a bottle, and
your relic! is as certain as you live. Wil
you do It or will you continuo to sufter 'r
Think lor yourself.
J'rol. Parker's Pleasant, Worm Syrup
Is perfectly safe and extremely palatable.
No physic required. Costs a 5 cent.
Try It. Mm.
Buy your tin Irult cans ut the New
York store and save money. Jl-13-fit.
Mr. Louis Herbert. Ohio levee, lithe
agent lor Mocr'.eln' oolebraled Cinelu-
i,atlbe.r. An extra fno article. M
P.'fU PI I IM'3
Louis llcihi rt oil Ohio hue IS lilt'
M..IM I.U'll.i' c.bebialcil i(. r-
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I,.ii) hunt i ot a
! Mr. K. I. H'Mini'it mi I f.iiuily are
I ! .! II It II Sprili..'-.
-- Miss Alice .lull, "it -V It on. llliimi--. Is
ill tin' t'tly visiting Mi" Alav il.irui.ii.
-- ui.ii, ! S Wtiill.u k. .L ilt I'Hl
It t ill i:i Hi"- in.)-' i:itilii' inry iiw in-r.
I I !!- .M iti Ui- liiisl)i i',i ruiiliiii tl to
j lii-ln;, tti' hi vt ui tliijp "iili t liil! :.ml
! Till' .l I II- illlll'll tl.l' Ul tl.MI liS'.'l
! '.hii wed' ull rir dii .vn ami Inii'm-il
I'lii n-w .i-ii !' I i r-wil 'iiit In
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lo'.Vii lininl st.iu ! 1 iH iiUlit,
- Win n you n i' :i bright I) ill' il"'!li'il
witn iti'll nti'1 cvt r) l)n'ly I"' 'nr;
tlcit He. i',uir- riip lia- !. u-cil.
( fly 2', tfiit- 'l' botlli'
I.iii.i" ilerliert, Ohio Ii.-Tff. M-iis
Moeilt lii's i:t i-briitt-ii ( i'lt iniia'l lai r
beer at wlinloiili: mid retail. 2w.
"(.itizeti (.'iiiii:" pint;'" his return
Irciu tlin Cftitiyiiii.il iieiuli uiucli of liU
time in "purl' ba'liiii'' on the Kentucky
"i'leof tlie Ohio.
- The e"-UI'-iiill OH the Mlewil l to
l'iii!ie-:ih I hit veiling, w ill lie H il"':i-iiiil
alliiir. ll will he the event ol the n-a-oii.
Of eotirpe it will. Tliey all art!.
-One hundred enr load of Mifiiiiii
u lieal wore flilp)til into M. t."M v a
lilinni" I i ntiai mitl Cairn Short Line
rilri,,'nl-. I .t Week. I hi J I i'l Trihaiit.
No child c.i'i peei puiindly while
sull'-ritig witli colic or from teething.
Remove the c iiise by lls.lig Dr. Bull's
Ii .'il syrup. Only 2.1 cents per bottle.
The Cairo ity Bindery, A. W. Pyatt
tt Co., proprietors, i now lurning out
I work of cvt iy di'scripUon in their line in
Ki l-cU- and workmanlike manner, lm
The mayor says saloon keepers must
! pay up their liceiivs by the 2lith. orsuuer
j according to the provisions fd the ordi-
naiiec. 1'oiip tlajs yet reiiiiiirit. Let all
1 take heed.
I --W. are inl'i'iined by Mrs. Ford,
tf a-urt r of the l.itirary association, that
( the i.c.v tiO"k- ol the as-ociatiuu pur
i c!iHett in London, Fnglantl. arrived on
j T'hur-day i-vwniiig. They are soui'thing
, ... ,.i, ...... i , ,,,1 r.-l v..1iimii
F. M. Ward lia gone into the ice
f biiHi.es", and i now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of the city. Ordeis lelt
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the puritv of the ice delivered guar
ant'td. 1 2-im
Old Martin 'Jaldwell. who was tic
sertel by lier husband and lelt to the
charity ot her neighbors, has pa"ed out
ot the trials ami tribulations ol thin
world. She died la.-t Tuesday and was
buried on Wedne.-day.
The .Muruby tempcraii-e tidal wave
s moving slowly hut surely toward
Cairo. It hat reached many ol the
smaller citien ot the northern part ot the
state, and lias buried many hard old
soakers under tin; pledge.
We are informed that the people ol
I ' Hin have invited our teliow-townstuan
Mr. Win. IL Morris, to deliver a lecture
in t at village sorm. Mr. Morris lias ac
cepted the invitation, and will take for
his subject "temperance.
PaCucali has a new lair association,
whose members offer live thousand dol
lars in premiums. The lair will be held
on the '.'lib, 2.1:11. '-'dtli and 27th of Sep-
temher. One "thousand dollars" Is offer
ed in premiums lor l ist horses.
The ladies of the Library Associa
tion are making ready lor an entertain
ment of some kind, to take place at
some time not a great way otl, but of
what nature the entertainment will be,
we have been unable to learn.
The evidence in the Union county
bond ca.e whs closed yesterday morning.
The case wdl now rest until the 27th
day ol August when the argument will
begin. Judge Baker adjourned eour' at
noon yesterday until the day above men
tioned. Canine A Whitlock, dentists, are
gentlemen thoroughly conversant with
their business and stand second to none
in the profession. Their ollicc is over
Black's shoe store, Commercial avenue,
between Eigth and Ninth 6trei tsi. Give
them a call. lw.
Cairo has another literary society.
The same was organized recently at the
residence of Mr. Walbridge, on Fifteenth
street, between Poplar stret and Com-
mercial avenue, ami Is composed of the
leading young ladies ami gentlemen of
The Pulaski county teachers' Insti
tute is now in session at Caledonia, and
will pro ably come to an end this even
ing. The numbi rot teachers In atten
dance was very large, and the proceudings
are said to bavo been Irom the tlrst of a
very interesting eharacler.
Mr. Frank Clianlrau, the great actor,
is booked to appear at the allioiieuin In
this city as soon as tho theatrical season
opens. Ha will play the roll ol "Kit,"
in the "Arkansas Traveler." Attur Air
Chanfrau, comes Milton Nobles, who
will remain two nights, and present his
famous play of "Jltn Blcdsoo"
The Eckcrt's excursion to Snilthland
on Tuursdav was a gay affair. About
one hundred ladles and gentlemen ol
Cairo, and about sixty from Mound City
nnd Metropolis, participated. Captain
I Dujan was In u high state ol good
, Ii I'iiui, ;mi male tin U.p ui i v . r. lii-
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-The Southern Illinois penitentiary
;. li., l I I. ..I.. ;.. ii...
, (.ouillliesioiitTs """ in
county yc.-t idii.v, and .puit ihc day in
casting about .that .locality. I belies de
sires (he location "I the peuitcnliiiry,
and her litii'iis arjjue thai ihcy can
lilliiish a betlil' iiilifl" "f stone, good
tin. her and mure o it, and, ill within
easy accei ol the town than any other
town in Southern Illinois.
-At Hit; sale of uncalled t r p u kagt s
ol ex pre.-.", goods yelelilay, at t lit; auction
ptore of Stewart iV Win'cr, tin: amount
reali.'il was about $12 Several
very protitable li.irg iuii were mailt. One
wor'hy ol special notice was a package
ol lils powders that fell to tilt.' I ,t Oi' the
Otntle Gcrould. T hey are warranted lo
curt) tin; worst kind ol tits, ami an; beiie
tlcial In ail nervous derangements, which
-huiiM rifiiiiiiieiiil them to parties who
go io Clear Lake on limbing exciir-ioiis.
W e tlo not kno,v whether Mr. Cerould
proposes to i.jnii an oilier lor the cure ol
lits or not.
1. 1 1 ( Very Io i r nl genuine pleasure
go to the Idlewild's excursion to-night.
F.ycryhody knows B-n Howard. He is
one ol tin: jollie-t men ittlout, and will
not fail to make it pleasant. The boat
will h ave at lour o'clock prompt, and
return at one. On arriving at Padueah,
there will be a large party ot the gayest
of Kentucky's belles and gallant boys
join the Cairo people, and come to
Cairo. One ol tin; liuest string lands in
this section will itirnisb r.iiisic for
dancing. Jim Biggs will supply tickets
urn! all the information that is desired.
The Fudocah Sun snys ol Mayor
Winter's pic-nic : " hen .lack Winter
starts in earne-t he always succeeds in
his undertakings, lie has et his heart
on making the Eekert excursion Irom
Cairo to Lawtoti's BliMI. next Thursday
a sueci-s, and ot cuiirse it is hound to
be a big thing, lb' expects to arrive In
Padiicah Li the afternoon with live hun
dred Cairo people. Such of th" excur-sonl-ts
us desire may remain here and
enjoy tmppcr and a dance at t Ik Rich
mond, .Mr. Reed having kindly plac !
Ids ball room at the disposal ol the party.
The Kckert wi l make a mooiiliiiht ex
cursion up the river, and ladie-i and gen
tlemeu ol Padueah cm loin the party."
To the Officer and Member of the
Sailing- Yacht "Hornelt."
(jKvn.i.MEN: We avail ourselves thus
publicly to challenge you to a race
between our sailing boats, to settle, what
you claim isadispute 1 contest the sailing
ip-ialitie of the iepective boats for a
pair ol line horns to be worn by the
winner. The course ami time to be
relerred to a special committee of rel-
II you relnse this public challenge, we
will infer the mutter lor ourselves, and
request you to furl your sails for the
si-aso and suspend your penant at half
mast. Respectfully, etc..
OWS'KKS k A I.'I 'I.
.l ily 20, 1-77.
A iMiicky I lilef.
On Thursday morning, Chid of Po
lice Charley Artjr received word lroin
the u Ulcers at 'harleeto:i, Mo., that a
man who hail stolen a gold watch and
about lortv dollars in cash was in Cairo,
a'nl that be should 1 ok out lor him.
The chief began casting searching
glances about him, and toon ran across
an individual who answered the descrip
tion of the man he wanted, but bdore he
could get his hands on him. the sus
picions ol the man were aroused that he
was about to get Intv trouble and he de
termined to give theollicer a chase. He
accordingly started at lull speed lor the.
Mississippi levee, with Chief Arter mid
Constable John Hogan on his trail.
When tho leve was reached, he stood
lor a moment to get his breath and then
jumped into i lie river, and b'gan to
swim lor the opposite shore. The chief
tinally persuaded hi in to return, by level
ing bis revolver at him, witli the assu
rance that he would "let her go" il ho
didn't come back, which bad the effect to
make him return ami give himself up. He
was brought back ami locked up in
the county jail. Nothing could be founit
o-i his person, and he denied strongly
having iiny knowledge ol the watch or
in nicy when first locked tip, but late
Thursday evening he promised to "turn
the watch up" if tlie chlet would give
)ii in a chance. He was accordingly
taken, at his request, to the place in the
river where he hail jumped in the
morning, nnd "shedding" his cloths,
j uni pet 1 in ami came out with the watch
in his hand, he hud deposited il there
for sate keeping when trying to escape.
The thiet's name is Henry Fant, and the
party from whom he stole the watch ami
money is lr. Crenshaw, a gentleman
well known in Cairo.
''nu following is a list ol the letters
remaining uncalled tot in the postolllce
at Cairo, Illinois, Saturday, Jiily21,S77
Alberlus, Kuiuia; fireen, Lou; Hart
Pursilla; Jones. Maggie; Morgan, Ellen;
Myers, Mrs. Sam; Pine, Mattle; Rush,
Sinthv; Smith, Mary Ann; Sharp, Mnrin;
I'a lor, Emily; Ihoinson, Mary; Wash
Able, C. 1 1. ; Adams. J. C. ; Briggs &
Bro. ; Bradbury, Neal ; Riown, Kollin;
Bell, Wm. G,; Corwln, J. C.; Fulton,
Jesse; Gilkerson, Fred ; Garner, II. M.;
Green, Harrison; Gallagher, James; Gar
rett, James; Jones, W. 11.; King, (. V,;
Dt-ster, Edwin; Mlntou, A. U.; Miller,
W. W.; Newman, Jas. 11.; Pheryor,
Addam; (Juirm, Patrick; Huepplo &
Co., Chas.; Kollens, John; Iiathwell,
Thos.; Utapleton, Dennis; Steel Wm.;
Thompson, H. M.; Van Brocklln, Geo.;
White, Johnson; Wright, Mlllon.
Persons calUn tor any of the above
letters will please say Advertised."
Oko. W. McKkaw, P. M.
"Cttiaou" Olvai th Editor of tbe "Sua" .
A Tl' 1 nf A J ii . . I
n . uiu w. i.u . , .
Inlli. 1 'lllel nl III- ( .iil'1 Hl LLIllM
The iisliite editor of the Visajs it is
lime I should innouiiic my name, and
us Helm nml Liiltucr a ill not walk up
and itk lor an investigation ol the killing
of Blown, as requested to do by the -S'kii,
it is my duly to make cu.iiplaiut to tho
proper mi horities. Haven't I been
lomiiliiiiiiui"'' for tho last month? He
also says "i 'the charges I make are
true,'' etc. Why, nun alive, you know
they arc tl uc, yet juii have the hardi
hood to question I acts that are in Ihe 1
inoutli of half the city, ll vou w ill
posses your soul in patience, you will
see justice tlo ic to all parties by an im
partial investigation. Till (lien il will be
as well lor you not to wrestle
with any subject more exciting than the
quality ot the cabbage kept by your
green grocer. Thanking tin Bn.i.KTis
I or past coiirtc"i .. I will close by say
ing I do not desire to be drawn into any
quarrel with the editor of the .S' ", mid
therefore n quest him to keep out. "The
beginning of the strifu is as when one
lettith out water, then-lore leave Oil con
tention before it be meddled with."
Prov. 17lli chap. M'h verse.
Caiiio. Jul; 20. IS77,
TIIK MIIKKIKK. TIIK ( Olto.Vl.ll AMI i II K
"sil " .II'SITCK i Till: FRONT.
Cairo, July 20, ls77.
Tu Ih Ivlit'ir nl Ihe IIcllitix.
Ju a loimt r ci.mmunicatioii I made a
few strictures upon tlie neglect of duty
on tin; part ol our county olllcers, in the
Brown case. To this little article ami to
tin; several well-timed coininunic.itioiis
from "Citizen'' main the .same piibject
the brilliant editor d' tin' ,Vii replied:
"Why blame these ollleer.: It is I.O'
their duty to take notice ol this affair
until complaint I- iiiade to tie in, or until
the criminals a-k lobe arrested."
Beautiful principal of law is this.
Ilcrehfier, Mr. SherMl', you will not
arrest an v criminal until he comes to you
ami importunately beseeches you to lot k
him up. h is not your duty, you know,
iliatis it the criminal is a white man.
If he happen to be a "nigger" tin; ca"e
is quite different. If two brutal niggers
should ever murder a poor old German
lor stealing a lew of their cabbag s. your
duty would be plain. You would spare no
t (lort to bring the criminal' to Justice.
And you, Mr. Acting Coroiior Cum
ing", ol course you will bol l an inquest.
Or in your capacity ol justice of the
peace, how giatl you would be to try the
culprits. Your motto would then be
"Let no guilty (colored) man escape. "
And you, too, Mr. .S'mi,
you will no' t efeiid thoe
olllcers phoiild they then b" as re
miss in the peri'iruiance ot their duty as
tliey are now? Should any public spiri
ted c tizeii then attempt through the
medium ol the press, to force direlcct
ollicers to do their duty, Juii wil not be
so silly as to demand his
name, forgetting ilia' if the charges
be it 'rue, is immaterial who makes
them. Come, be honest Mr. ,S'ioi. admit,
republican though you be, that It is only
because Jim Brown was a poor old ue
gro that you think it useless Io hold tin
inquest upon llllll. Jl'STK K.
Will take place July 2ii, le,77, up Ten
nessee river to Lawtoii's Bluff, steamer
Reckert leaving wlia.lboat precisely at
? o'clock a. m., at which time everybody
must bj on board.
Al Richmond House, Padueah at 7
o'oclock p. m., precisely.
Will leave Padueah precisely at h o'clock
p. in., lor Suiithland and Cumberland
l'Altr. FOR KiU'.NP Tf.ir.
From Cairo, Gents 75c Ladies
" Mound City, " 7i "
" Caledonia, " 70 "
" Grand Chain, " 60 "
" Metropolis. " 00 "
" Padueah. ' BO "
Children, half price.
John Antrim, George Yocuin,
Paul G. Schuh, C. O. Pattier,
J. l. Ilarmaii, Jacob Burger.
Phillip Howard, B. F. Pinker,
Capt. Win. M. Williams.
John Holims, Win. K. Hawkins,
Louis Herbert, Phil. S.iup.
N. B. Everybody must be aboard by
S a. tn. No Improper characters allowed
on board. Best of order ami decorum
will be preserved. For lull particulars
grt pmall bills. Respectfully,
II. W ish it.
ON TIIK I'ltKlllsr.S AT TllltliK O'CLOCK P,
M SATlTtiuY, .n i v 21st, 1S77.
Lot 4 In block 4S, llrst addition to city
of C.iiro, with Improvements thereon,
viz: Cottage ot lour rooms, kitchen and
outhouses, situate on Poplar street near
Twentieth. Tin; pr.iperty of Mrs.
Michael Coyne and now occupied by her.
Building in Hi's t class repair, rooms hav
ing just been renainted and papered. Lo
cation desirable, and property can be
readily rented at from $12 to $1.1 per
month. Title guaranteed. Terms
cash! A rare chance for speculation I
Premises subject to Inspection at any
time to and ou day ot sale.
WlMKIt & SfKW AltT,
I w ill prosecute sny person who may
give or sell BUI Lee Intoxicating liquors.
Ht Ph. W, Wood.
Anival of th Ladle' Library Asaocla
turn New Book.
The ladies' of the Library Association
were hard at work all day yesterday at
the library rooms, opening, tuiftilx-i iny
and arranging their late purchase ol new
books, which arrived Irom Europe on
Thursday afternoon, There arc over
eleven hundred volumes in the lot : each
book is a square 12 mo well found bait
ream, with leather corners, gilt lettering
and taps, ami on every volume l'or,"Cairo
Public Library" in gilt letters on the
back. These books were all furnished
The Court Houaa Saloon Re-openid
Mr. John 11. Hcedicr having taken
charge ol the Court House Saloon will
re-open the same this morn
ing, and will bo ready for
business. This evening at 8 o'clock
a Grand Free Lunch will be spread, to
which all are invited to come and partic
ipate. T'liu saloon has been
refute I, papered and painted
throughout, and is now one ol tlie costest
and pleasante-i places ol its bind in the
clly. Remember tlie lunch to-night.
luimt'co Mm enters.
.Merchants.grocers, ami saloon-keepers
sh iultl not forget that Messrs. Corlis it
Rankin, proprietors ol the Prairie State
T.ibacc.o Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estini'ninnent at the corner
of Sixt i street and Ohio levee in tills
city win ret ley wil. do a wholesale ami
retail business in tlie tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand tbe largest
nnd most complete stock ol
obit co ami cigars ever opened
m Cairo, ami are prenarcd to
supply the wants of the trade at tlin
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call snd examine their stock.
A limit It eil I! UK).
How to exterminate tlluiuii x lectu-
htrius, or bed bugs, is an important
question wi h scores ol people, and
pecially to a la ly occupying a certain
house on Washington avenue not many
blocks below Tenth street. Sin; has
txhatisted every known remedy, hut
the turuti pests arc as numerous as ever
and seem to laugn at her efforts to
Ilank them. The house is good enough
in winter, because then tlie bugs retire
t j their fortification, but with the com
ingol warm weather they make, sorties.
kswarm across the Danube, over ihe ital
ans and ravage all the adjacent territory.
I he only sure way to cxtcriniimte bed
bugs is. when your house is occupied by
anuruiyut tln'iu to burn down the
1IOATS TO I.KAVK TO-DAY.
AI1K1VK0 AND DKI'Ali i Kl).
Jitii Fisk from Padueah with a good
trip t to'iacco, iron, wheat, etc.
Fearless from tst. Louis to Pittsburg
with three barges of iron ore and one
. Yirgie Lee Irom St. Louis to Cincin
nati with a l'ght cargo, made some addi
tions here and has cngagmonts in the
James D. Parker from Memphis h.r
Cincinnati with a fair trip of Ireighl ami
E. B. Stahluian for NVhviilo with a
HIVF.lt WKAlTIKIl AND lll'SIXKSS.
The river lasi evening was 20 leet 51 in
ches ou the gunge, having lallenTJ in
ches tl iring the past twenty-four hours.
The weather continues cloudy and quite
cool witli a strong wind from tho north.
Business is dull. Elsewhere there Is not
much ol a change reported in the rivers,
except the Cumberland, which owing to
local rains has risen a lit tlo during the
past -18 hours.
It should be remembered that this even
lug tlie splendid steamer Idlcwild is to
give a grand moonlight exc irslou that
no one should mis. Tin; evening will
b'oue of unalloyed pleasure.
OKNFIt At. IT F.MS,
The City of Yiekshurg, Captiin :!oht.
K. Riley, will leave St. Loin-t thin even
ing lor Yiekshurg.
The Capitol (ity will lay over ami
ome out on her regular day with Cap
tain O'Neal in command, whose num
erous friends will gladly welcome lini
back io the river. It will lie remem
bered that he quit the river some mm. tin
igo anticipating a government position
at St. Louis, but was cut out ot it by
The Yirgio Leo has entered the S'.
Louis ami Cincinnati trade to stay ami is
an admirable packet lor that trade. She
is IS,") feet long 35 leet wide, 5 Icel in ihe
hold, has two it lined holies, two en
gines KU Inches In diameter, 5 feet
stroke, carries COO tona and
draws 2 feet light. Her din
ers are Jiio. Reynolds, Captain;
J. II. Strut ton, clerk; Joe McCollougu
and Jno. lUnildan, pilots. This is a line
roomy, well arranged and lloet packet,
and will gel h r share of patronage If
she remains In the trade,
The tug Cache, newly repaired and
overhauled Is out again ready for work.
The Cincinnati and Memphis packet
James W. Gair will pass here for Mem
phis on Tuesday next.
Regular Sale Day, Half Past Ten
Q'ClocK this Morning,
Comprls'ng Furniture of all kinds, Glass
and 0,uccnswarc, Stoves and Utensils,
Stitnds, Mattresses, i tc.
It. Winter & Stewart,
L-l ., Ll ! !
Physician 4c Surgeon,
Offlcc in Winter's Dloek, eorntr Hovcath and
CoiuuiiTulal Avenue, (entraum on 8vntli.
KtsltittaocliiirlMinlli slrwt, Mt ol Waabinglua
Tht Kkgruit btpan.tr
ltKN HOWAItD. .... f.DU,"
JOHN .Nit UK Utrk
Will .rp ('.iro At I n'l'lnrk r. m - SUmrriA.
July i , 177, tor an excaraion
TO PAOUCAH AND RETURN.
Fare for th round triii. incluainc refrfah-
IllPlltp, SI Otl. .Sumicr. Ui ernl ilr.
Bu.il wilt Uv frra loot of
sixihsturtatlo'clDc n. in., reinminir will
airivc al 1 a. m. Ocotl iuuiic, liancinrt. tic
li.'. - i. u ... aj i .
U-.-mj L... .1X1 LA. J.J
K. r. Hanker Bitter Wine or Iri
tiaa never been known to fail in th eurt ot
weakne, attended wiih ayBiptoma; Innla
pomtion to exertion, loaa uf memory, dittt
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous tremhiing, dread
ful horror of death, nilit sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitiide ot the muscular aystem,
enormous appetite witb dyapeptio us
tui, hot han.lB, Hushing ot tbe holy, dry
ness of the akin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purilying tue blond,
pain io the bai-k, beavinesa ot th eyelids,
frequent black spots flying before the eye
with temporary suffusion and loss of sigbt,
waul ol attention, etc. These symptom
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. K. Kunkel's Bitter Wine ol
lm i. It never tails. Thousand ara now
enjoying health who bave used it. net
the genu ue, S Id only lu f I bott e. Take
only K. F. Kunkel's.
A-k or Ktink i'a Bitter Wine ol Iron.
I his truly valiulile lonie uus been so thor
oughly ttts'ed by ad classes ot the commu
nity taat it is m deemed indisiiensable
as a tonic meJtuine. It cost but little,
purities the nlood and gives toiio to the
stomach, renovate the sys era and pro-lou-s
I onU ask a trial "f this v.ilu hie tonte.
Price 91 p. r bn'.t'e K. F. Kunkul, sole
propnet r, No. 1 ! North Miu:h street, he
low Vine, Philadelphia, i'a Ask lor Kun
kel's B tier Wine of Iron, and take no
other. A cho!t)jri'h ol the prop ietor on
each wrapper; nl- others are eounterleit.
Beware of "'niinter eits. Do not I-t your
druggist sell you any bu. Kunkvi's, wli,.n
is put up ouiy as alioie represented. You
c n get six hott'vs los Ave dollars All I
aik is mo pimple tiiul.
TAPE WORM REMOVED ALIVE.
Head and all complete in 'wo noil's. No
f- e nil h a passes. Stat, Tin and stomach
worms remtled by Dr. Kuiikel. 250 orth
Ninili street. Advice iree. No ee until
lie it I .nd al1 passes lu oiie, ami alive. Dr.
hin.ki'l Is the , lily pucci ssfid physician in
tliis count" y lor the removal of srorm , and
his Worm hymn is lilt asaut ami sale lor
child, en or grown person". Send lor clr
cultr, or ask tor a hoti e of Kunkel's
Worm Syrup. Price one uollai pe iiotlle.
(let it of your drugi'si I' n v- la
Pop'.ll.'.-::'i i t-.ll; JUAi. , ,.,.,.
TVIan'iiooij 1 Womanhood! MakriageI
Impediments to Mairiagej the cause
and rurc. Sent sfirurcly neiUd, post
paid for ro cents, by Da. C. NVhittikr,
r)l7 Ut. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
tr-e ir-eat sperUlist. RpiiI his work.
ASK YOUR TINNER
Or hardware tleuleJ for ilie
Jfei 2tir.d:;i Iva&U fam'&i JTittle-
Mails "illy l.y Hit! Sitaudard Manufaoturtn;
Co Pittaburit Pa. 1 very kettle iwU oi
i ii.t irtm, wiirrunUsl ami giiaraiitettl noi io eon
Utn uny leu.t r ursanic or suy oiherpoisonon
Itiultpr wham'Vrr S-H-lm
t'niiuiiiutioii, llntl n-our't nf liumanilT, is
llu-jrrtul ilrriiil nl Hie liumuu t'siuily, iu all civil
I lee! ciiiililcnt ilmt I am in possesiion of tke
only sure, iiil.illiLle ri'iiiiily now known to
he ir.ft'-ii"tn Itir the sfietiy. pusitire ear ul
hut ilrrsil ilisease, and ila iiuelr.oiiiP ranront
iunt", vn: ( sluiih, Aittlima, Itront'hitis, Nrr
viiiih lieliitiiv. rlt-., t-ic. I urn old fray. 1 belli-vs
in inntit iiie. Tivpiity-pigiit years epe
liPiiee n a bimy practitioner in the lat cim
Miinlitui hnHiitals in the nl, 1 ami new world,
has taught me ihe value oi proper imtlira tin
linth local ami riinslitiitionul in ibe imp- nl this
fnat enemy of our rsc I hsve lulliul it. Hut
Iain tliKresasiiiK. I siark-il am to nst to thnne
snfl.-rinK with ,iisam,i(ion or sny ol 'til- above
niulailit'S, that livielilnm u$ me giving syinps
ti "ills , they shall he nl in iiuaiieasiiin joihis
L'lTHt Iii mil, witliniil chiuye, ami shall have th
iieiielli of my i'xiti'ieie in thniisantls of ease
nucoetHtully treatci. Full particatars, direc
tions for preparation and use, and advice and
iiiHtriii'linns fur successful irealineut at vonr
own Inline, will lie rettivwt tiy you tiy return
iu tn, irctu ciiitixe, "iy HUurt'SSinK
1" .JOHN S. UURNKT'l'i
will y Io: iltiltiHiin etreet Loiiisvjl
lP4l RANI E.
13 OHIO ;VEF.t
City Rational Baak Building, np-ttairs.
Th 01dt Establihed Agenoy In 8oulk3
rn HUnol. represniuia ovr
BOOTS & SHOIS
Coffee) Sugar St Syruo,
Speoialtj in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
226 Commercial - ave