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ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. It.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Houd Running Two
Daily Trstris from Cairo.
fl- - 1 -m f ia
Train Lmvc Cairo
l-'ist r.Xprt-s. nrrivinsr in St,
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I 20 p.rn, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
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OK ANY OTHER KOUTK.
l..'tn p. lu.ha-t Mail wltli Klei-jiiTii utl:ii-h-
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or Ktlirirliiin I t ' iii'Miiiuti, Lonliill
FAST TIME EAST
f k-i'ii;nr I'V tlin line pn tliroiifii to
Inn Kifl VMlliuiit :iii) ill U) i ailM-'l I.'
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I In iM ( Willi AlllllVKS IN NKW
YnKU MOMiA, JHiHMMi
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK A.l Y OTIIIIK Kill "IK.
Ailvetii-i nn ut nl i'oiiiii'tlri' linii Hint
lliev niKke lu lli r time llrm tlii uiif, ie
artr lMuei i-illmr tln'ouiili igiioraiipe or a
ilmlre to luii-lrad tlif JHililir.
hor tliroucii tn kft" n l inlnnniitiun,
,iljr at lllinu .-l i ntrnl K. K. l'i..ot, airo.
1 MAI Nil A Kill'. K Al CAItO
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(leii'l Soilllitro At.
.1. H. .InvK-i. Tii ki t Aft.
H.i.A lillil lu 1..UI.K lurll iron.
tlif i-il'i rii! of i-rrom iit nn" in1
K i-urlv liv Mniihooil Krrlorril. Im- 0
r"J i"lliinntH to nnirrim;' fimiVfl. fH
2 N'-w iri llioil nl tri atmi lit. Nnw
5 ui.'l ri'innikal.li- rrtiKilK-f. llimKn JT
! mxl r.iniiiiii miiI ln In -al I
"H i'uvpl'ii. A'Llir- HuwAKiiAn-g
W i,i iaiiiiN. II S. Sin'li h. riiiln-y
ili-lpliia. I'. An intiliition hav-
J3 ii'K liiKh ri-fiiiiatiiiii lur linnur-"
" alilr iaiU'Iui l m. J (.rol'i-iiMoiiar
Hie .Modem Tttiitnliiw
I- nlto'i'thor flu' opptnite il lii wA
naiiifMiiki', 'i'lie lnttwr ; H puni'liiiiiiit
Irom Hie fro'l-i lur nn iiilractiot) nl' their
command'', was eoiulenined to perpetual
thirst, and immpviibly iixcl in water to
Ms chin. VVhnl mint Iikvc been his leel
In'S to see that fluid, which more than
all the world beside, ho wanted, within
lii reaeh, and lie powerless to drink it !
What u rellnemeiit of n nelly lililsl he
Mich a piitiii-IniK'iir. Ilnvv dillerent our
I'eilinjrs in liN nnti'typr, who though
milli'iiiij; limn "i -knew nil the time, liitv
ilisf liifiuis to meet Ihe en.-t ot alleviating
hi- iiilim lit, yet ilt lilii ratelj neglectx ns
Ujt the renifdies to his recovery. The
iiiiijuiity ol siekni'ss ailst'i Ironi tlic tur
piility ol' tin liver, and can Im dissipated
mul prevented by -the. line of that valuable
t llsir tunic the lloine Stninai h Hitter.
I UK! ICE!
lluse, I.oomis & 'o., dealers in norlh
ern lake lee, have removed their ottlee
Iroin the corner of Kluhtli street anil
Ohio le.vee to the ice hoii.-t" one door he
low the St. harles liotel, and arc now
delivering ieo in all imrts of the eitys
'I'liose deilrinir the cold ftull will leave
their orders at the new olllee, where they
will rcecivu prompt attention.
.Iaiif.s Kavanahiii, Manager.
Caiho, I i.i.h.. May 17, 1377. 7-1 tn
;uinp AKnl. .
Kd. liraxton has returnad to bin old
stand in the Heiser biilldinir, where he Is
better prepared Hum ever to accommo
date hi" patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in lilting up u
couple ot nicely furnUhnd rooms, w hich
he lias provided with all tho latest Im
rovemenU and coiivcnlonccs. Ho cm
ploys olny tlrst-cla workman and those
who patronize him will have their wanU
attended to in style and will receive
Acottage on Ninth street, In good
rppalr. Apply to E. Dezonia,
yi-tt . City National Bank.
J K. M. K.l .
I I 'I hr knialil". ! Ihr aln.tr ni'lrr imri
Lai at ll.rir hall llir Mr -t ainjilnul Mnniluy
n fai'li nioiilli. l.'iiDiinii'.ial aiuiiie, il ilnor
nuiilli ol I Jlli rii'irl, at a p in
I. nit I. lt. i u", Ii. i,
A- Allt UllMJK, Nil. 61.
lnifhlAii I'Tlhita, mu l pvitt Krl-
t:r,j Hav iimni at nn-uw't imvin, inui'i
:'(iKiJ ti-llo hk' Hull . llnwa.
I hanii llor i uiji.jiin li r.
AI.P.XANUhK I.OIMiR, NO t.
f ln.k.in.i-nl llnlir of "-') -Kl-jSVjM
Iowa, in I i i'ry 'Ihurailay nifrhl
'miv?!?'- al hull' nt M vnn, In Ihnr hall on
'nilimi ri nil iivi'iiiii', tii-lwit'ii hlxtl) ani Ki'Vt'ntb
ri'U U ii l. K. II MKl.-., N. O.
' ixTiin km;ami'Mknt, I. o. o. r.,ni-i
, ,'.i ii'ia-KilloWf' Hall un llir Aral ami tlnnl
a. d 'jt in i wry iiiiuitli. at lialf-uaat aTi'n
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CAIHDl.iMldK. NO.U7.A.IT. AA. M.
- CAIHO I.iIIXiK
.'4w Hul l nyulur
B'll.n Hull, tun
v aiel Ku'lnli mi
ilur iM Uiinuiiicauona in mm
, (u.t ner dminiarmal aranup
i nirn-t. on Ilia arcoml aa'l
nrlh .Muii'lav nl naili mol.lli.
itvrt.s or iih i:hi isi su.
I )-All til 1 Id lur a-lu rlihinir, art 'lur uml oay
al.li- in AbVANi a
Iruitriint u.l . l'i In ii, will Lt u.si rli'4 al Ilia
rat of 11 uu iiirnUan; fur Hie Urat iiiii-:rtii.n
and '" . 't-iila lor I'adi .i.tiri-niu i.t unv A liharal
illn'.uuiit Will Ik Inn In lib aUili Itl'iT Kiel Jlpl
t 'ji li.avrtiiiK ui.eri.l liOli.t l '"' Notineol
mttiliiy lit aorU tl.n ui ao. rvt ur'l. rs '' ttl.li tor
lacli uini'i lion
Cburrb, Socitty, rwtival au'l iuj4r nollii
will only lit- luotrltil aa uilv-riincini.m
Na a.vfrtlii.nt will lie rin-ili-l al l- than
M ci iit, ami no .nerlii.nii. i.t Will l.- H.Mrli J
lor leas I liuli ll.nr .lollarn vr month
KK II, III HI A I, MS MUM I.H
it) i.nt i-ijuitrt' I.H Hum "part; iir more, in-.-tried
In the Bi i.i.eiin hi" follow : (i.ees
than one arpiaiu eounted an a nijuaii'.)
One liisrrtlon pernjuare i f0
1 wo liiiertf'.im per njuar.. 7.fi
Thrtulnsritioii per npiare 1 bo
ix Insertluiii pi rmpiHM? 1 75
Two weeks pi square '2 Ml
One muntli per fiiunre II "M
.Speeiul rates madw on laiye adertirc
IIM Iite i.r (01 liiiijrer time.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
' 1 (I I II if 1 ll M'f'H lii..Mlr (oil 1 1 HoUsl- ;
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
hi" in tin- ol'ii-H li.kr in llir i-i'v. -ili'l lr
pioprivl'ir o" " no o..oi Inn il y to u'-i'iifn llio
lull- III' lll.'l".
I lp ili ii vfi lri -h l.riwl twirra 'la . wlicii l.f
p .-fiii-t un rir'ti i '-illi i pi reoi.ul or tiiru'.iuti It'
It. In. i I'o-ion llrown l.n-a'l and ail I n-l
ol' ki- "intatjli- for wi'l'lmir liueU, .aiti",
".111 rt-l... etr.
I,le linn liiul. ilia llio II. I ia: 'hi- Ill-el
of H'iihU at Our lliorl lvMilialilr .Ui -. ' '
nn i:i)AY. jii.v -i. i77.
Kiiund A wafeh ami chain. The
ow ui r ean have the suuie by paving lur
this i.utii - mid proving proK-rty.
I'li liirr, nntl HrHi-kela.
K. C Kurd has removed his Variety
Urai ket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street, lie has opened a
large rtoek of brackets, rtiHve, frames,
i hrotiuir, picture conl and tai-s-ls. enr
tain tasM'lA lanoy nails, hat raek, etc.
I'ieturc training made a speciality
( liromos inoniited In t!ie i:heupePt and
ln'st Klyle. lui
To all who are suRcriiig front the
errors and indi.-i retioiis of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loaa ol man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charse. This great
i ine ly wu discovered by a niisaionary
in South America. Scud a helf-ttd-dressed
envelope to the KeV. Joseph T.
Ininiiu, Station I). Uiblc llouscj New
Vork Cit V. Klo-Oiii
loitiK-i'o Hini ngera.
.Men-bants. grocers, and paloon-kcepcrs
-hjiilil not lorget that Mcsrs. CorlU 4
llankin, jiropricturs ol the l'rairto 3tate
Tobacco Factory at Mettopoli, have
opened an esuolishment l',Uie comer
of Sixtu street and Ohio letee In this
city w litre they wil do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco ami cigar
line. They have on hand the iarge-t
and mo-'t eotnpleU; i-tock ol
oba'-co and cigars ever opened
in Cairn, and are pre mired to
supply the wants ol the trade at (lie
lowest living price, liealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
Think Cor Vuuracir.
Thousands lead miserable lives, sull'er.
Ing from dyspepsia, a disordered stom
ach and liver, producing biliousness,
heartburn, codtiveness, weakness, irregu
lar appetite, low spirits, raising food
after eating, mid often ending in fatal
attacks of fever. They know they arc
sick, yet get little sympathy. The un
failing n ineily, which is yearly restoring
thnusiiuls, is DaCosta's Kadical Cure
Sold by liarclay Bros.
A 25c bottle will convince you of its
merits. I lon't delay another hour alter
reading this, but go and get a bottle, and
your rebel u as certain as you live. Wil
you do It or will yon continue to sutler 'r
Think for yourself.
I'rol. Parker l'li-asum. Worm !-yrnp
N pertectlv safe and extremely palatable.
No physic reipiired. Costs 'Ji cent.
Try It. 7-1 in.
Poutiioned but not Abandoned
living to theunlorluiiate sinking ol the
steamer (iohkti Rule, the steamer T. V.
Kckei t has been unavoidably called to
her resistance, ami will not be able to
make the excursion, as advertised. I
have telegraphed for other boats, and
the least price one can be procured for ii
$ii(H). That amount, a loss ofadded to oth
er expenses would entail at least &1U0,
bene" the excursion will be postponed
until such time . as tho Kc.kcrt
returns, due, notice of which will be
The unfortunate sinking which necessi
tated the services ol the Eckert being be
yond my control, I thvreforu trust the
public, and those expecting to go from
neighboring points, will appreciate my
situation. Very Ucspcetiiilly,
IIknry Wintf.ii, Mayor.
Cairo, July 23,1877. 'it.
Mr. Louis Herbert, Ohio levee, is the
agent tor Moerleln's oelebrated Cincin
nati beer. An extra tine article. ?-2w
ytyjhjdgft.jSi'i rtn iiaaiihim i
Mi. I. inn., I In tin t on Ohio It we l-i the
agent al I 'uli o loi flic ccbcluatcd Mocr
lciiiV Cincinnati bier, the best beer on
the inaikct. s-'.'w
( tienil I inn ,
Henry Carter, Ksip, of Mound City
was in the city ye-terd iy on professional
Wc tender our thanks to Mr. Fcld
0. (ioslee, the talented young composer,
for several of bis beautiful Soiil's.
.). II. Crandnll, K-'j., ol Mound ily
was down to town yesteruay. He was
on professional business und returned
to his home in tin; evening.
The Cairo ( ity Bindery, A. W. I'yatt
A Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work of cvrty description in their line in
lirst-ela-s and workmanlike manner. I in
I'at Kiliiiiiitin was up before Judge
IliriJ yesterday on couiplvut of Strict
Supcmsor Talbot lot reii,iug to pay his
poll tax. He was lined live dollars ami
II riieces depends ilpull health sure
ly lii iillh depends upon pure blood. I)r.
Hull's blood iiiixlure maintains the blood
in a tiitc ol puiny. and hi-allli is the re-
I he ( "Iliti church people gave a inn
li' iil concert hi"t iiight, lor the purpose
ol ral"ing money to pay the salary of the
milliliter. Miss Annie J'itcber of this
city, pi-elded at the piano.
-K. M. Ward has gone into the ice
business, and Is now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of the city. Orders lelt
with liiiu will rcc-ivc prompt attriitioii,
und the purilY of I In: i ih livn-'l guar
aritceii. , i j.'nu
The work of lilliug and grading
N aliiut and I'ilteenlli streets in the
cinity ol Uix's church is pro'res-inu as
rapidly as could be desired, and the work
is being done iu a good und piilistaiitiai
Mike Kilp it rick, mate ol the steamer
( hailf- Morgan, had aJiluYult w ith one
ol his roustabouts, which cau-ed a lilit.
I he roii'er got the wor-t end ot the
rumpus and had Mike arrested, mid
Jii'lge llii'l lined him live dollars and
cokts, which be paid and wa diaehared.
Judge Brown, of Villa liidge, Mr.
Ackennati, editor of ttie I'nhi'it, and
Judge Fombelle, the present incumbent,
are all candidates lor the Keptiblicau
nomination lor county judge of Pulaski
county. Judge Brown, it seems, has the
b.'st chances of securing the nomina
tion. Mother will grow weary and sigh
over the responsibility that baby places
upon them, but they have the high priv
ilege ol shaping a character lor uelul
ness. The exercise of patience and the
preservation ol baby's health by the
proper Use ot lr. Ball's Baby Syrup
give them great preieut comfort and
prospective happiness. Price 2') cents
The party given at thu Blelock
house last night by a number oi our
young men was a very pleasant all.iir.
Tljere was quite a crowd of gallant
boys and charming misses, and Harry
O'Brien's excellent string band enliven
ed the occasion with their choicest music.
Ot course, dancing was the main feature
ol lb eveulng, into which everybody
entered with a will.
The .colored people's barbecue and
picnic to be given at Locust Grove, just
halt way between Cairo and Mound Ciiy,
in honor of tho West India emancipation,
on the fourth of August, will ba largely
attended. Addresses will be delivered
by lion. J. N. Iiouglas, of Kansas City;
Hon. Thomas Muinlord, ol St. I.oui-;
Uev. T. M. Head, of Frcdriektowu and
.M. m. Klck'ts of Charleston.
There is every inuication that the ex
cursion and picnic to be given at Harris
burg, over the Cairo and Vinccnnes rail
road, by the Africnn Methodist Episcopal
church people ol this city on the lirst day
of next month, will be a decided success.
A number of the most prominent colored
speakers in this section ol the country,
including Judge Bird ol this city w ill
deliver addresses. The candidates fyr the
judgeship are all to be given an oppor
tunity to speak.
Steamboat excursions to be all
the rage with the people of Cairo.
Public picnics have fallen into difavir
Irom some cause or other, the chic! cause
being the evil ctlccts such all.drs have
had upon society from a standpoint of
morality and virtue, owing to the fact
that everybody was usually admitted to
picnics. It Is n notorious fact, suseepti
Me of proof, that within the past three
years female virtue ha siitlcred tin little
at midnight picnics.
On Sunday afternoon at three
o'clock, the steamer Arkansas Uulle,
Walter Peiiningtoii, master; Charley
Pennington, clerk, will leave Cairo lor an
excursion trip to Evunsville und return.
This will be one ol tiie most iilcasaut
excursions that has been given lor many
months, and all our people who have
not seen Kvansville should avail them
selves ol this opportunity. They will be
allowed ample time to pay that city a
good visit and ice all that Is to be seen.
The fare for the round trip will bo live
dollars, just half the usual price For
tickets or information apply lo Mr. Jim
The meeting held at the Arlington
House on Tuesday night, lor the purpose
of taking steps toward thu organization
of a horse fair association, was attended
by a fair number ol our horso men,
among whom were Aldermen Tom llal
liday and X. B. Thistlewood, Messn.
Pat Fitzgerald, W. M. Williams, Dan.
Deuiie, Phil Howard and others. Alter
talking the subject over, it was con
cluded that the lirst steps to be fallen
was the securing ot grouuds whore a
track could be made, and a committee
composed of Messrs. Thistlewood, Fitz
gerald und Williams was appointed to
conter with ("ul.S. S. lsilur,)to - what
aiungeiiiriit could be made. lhr com
mittee was to have tailed upon Col,
Taylor yesterday, but what they accom
plished wc have not yet learned.
The mania for striking not only pre.
vndcs the tail, hut also the leinale mind,
Tin; proprietor ol thu hotel it Crittenden
Spnngi. hii' lc.lt the lon e ol this truth.
He has ixcn iu the habit of setting his
boarders down '.o their meals without
supplying thu table with black pepper.
The ladies who arc summering there
came In the conclu-iun they would stand
no such "racket," and organizing them
selves into a society, nf which a prom
inent Cairo lady U the president, de.
inandcd black pepper or blond. The pro
prietor accecdcd to their reipiest, and is
now serene. Our friend Ji,hii . H.ir
man Is our authority tor this.
'I he enemies of the protection Life
insurance company lo-c no opportunity
to throw obstacles in the wav nf that
company, and are trying by all manner
of means to create a hiding of distrust
and insecurity iu the m'u.il, of its policy
holders. The Protection Life is un
doubtedly ii ale and soiiii I company,
and in fact is theo; y Illinois company
now doing business. For tho informa
tion of the policy holders in Cairo, we
give pi ne to the following Springlleld
special to the Clii,. ago T'tnifi of thu 2il
ilist: l lie auditor ha-i received further
evidence o( the consjiiracv In de-lioc the
Protection I. lie insurance company, of
Chit-ago, which has been arrangod by
the olllcers and ugents of the eastern
companies. As -hown by the lii-t repott
ot tiie mi litor, publisheil in the Tim",
the Protection is the only Illinois com
pany still dohig bu-iiiess, and the evi
dence of ihe con-piracy against it in the
hands ol the auditor is such that he will
proceed la-xt week to exclude the com
panies engaged in it Irom doing bu-incis
ill the .stiile."
'1 In K in of Kr.in
lie ii ,
.Marched up II. e In
. Willi t iee tell lllulllllll'i
uii'l liii u luun lii-il .low n
And thus, yesterday morning, the head
typo of the Bi Li Ei is', with Iim'cc lour
men, marcheil out ol mir otlice, and lie n
marched hack iigalii. J hey were on a
strike, and the leader ol the gang struck
u thus: "More wages or damned il we
stick another type. What d'ye s;iy.--'
'Why certainly," said we, "we've been
thinking of raising w'ugi-vi lor some time.
Mate your terms." This the .spokesman
did with the air of a man who realized
the importance of the task belore him,
and we immediately set matters right,
and the reign of terror and bloodshed
winch was so eminent lor awhile, was at
an end. The news ol the strike had
spread like wildlire, and Mayor Winter,
with bis usual promptness, to avoid the
loss ot lilt) and destruction ol property
which usually lollows such a tremeu
eus outbreak, had the police and militia
drawn up iu his back yard, ready for any
emergency. Happily, their services were
not needed, and tliev were given orders
Our respected and wise friend, 1
mosilienes, ot the Sn, who in dai'sgmic
by was Mattering))' christened "Sitting
Bull," with a perceptible display ol dis.
gust, at our little stock of knowledge,
gives us this, the unkinde-t cut of all :
IIKKli'S Yllt ll YEAST."'
We find the following iu the LuH'Cn
ot this morning :
"Kiligley's yeast, can be procured Ot
the Cairo Public Library this (Tuesday)
Kingley is a new yeast manufacturer.
What we want to know is whether King
ley makes the "compressed,'' ike "dry
hop." or the "Twin Brothers' " article.
All these are said to be good, and if the
new article is to be procured at the libra
ry, wc liayt- no doubt it will be found
lirst class. If, however, "Kiligley's
yeast" should turn out to be "Kiligley's
East," a valuable bonk just published,
then no one need be surprised.
This from you. Iavis, o like an angel
of peace and charity! How could you, by
these cruel words, seek to inspire us with
a feeling ol dislike! We know how ig
norant we are, for the Lord in all his
goodness, oij not see til to bless us w'th
a great brain, as he did you. Von are
one of his chosen children. With a care
ful eye 'and tender hand, he has led you
in the beautiltil valley w here abundant
know ledge of all things awaited but to
be ground into .smidgen" by your
powerful mind. The Lor I, Iavi, did
not favor you with your untold store ol
wisdom that yon might, poke luti at
those inferior to you, but that by drop
iug here and there a grain of your
wealth of knowledge you might bring us
poor dumb creatures nut ol the darkness
that envelops us. Bui thus far you have
failed to show'your.icll ciplal to the ln-k
the Lord lias consigned to you. To "raise"
yoursellin the eyes ol liiiu ami your
tellow lielngs, we reler you to ' Kings
ley's least" not "Kiiigshy's L'ast,"
"a valuable book just published"
which we have, every reason to believe
will prove ol much beiu-ilt to you. Ami
yet, Davis, "W here ignorance is bliss,
'ti f0iy to be wise"' Dnn't you think
HOOK SHOOi S.
John Hook Ooaa Huiitin-Cnm,. H,m.
Gel Mail, blioola at Ula Wil and Uoaa
John Hook Is a colored man w ho lives
near the corner of Twenty-eighth street
and Commercial avenue. On Saturday
John shouldered his gun and started out
lorn hunt. He returned about eleven
o'clock Saturday night, to find his wile
absent and all the doors open, which
aroused his anger very much, l'p(,n
the arrival ol Mrs. Hook, John asked
her why she went awav iiml left all thu
door open lor. She replied that sho had
Intended movlng'oiit but a little while
and did not think it worth while to lock
up. But this did not satisfy Hook, and
ho struck his w ife with tho gun, and
when she screamed and attempted to run
away from him, ho leveled the weapon
at her and llrcd, the entire charge of shot
passing through thu skirt ot her dress,
and smashing up the glass of a window
in a house on the opposite side of the
street. Mrs. Hook was not hurt. Hook
was arretted by Olllcers O'Mally and Ax
ley, on a warrant sworn out by his wife
ari l pun a lifnimt lit-foiii jepiiie i"ls
born. He was held to bait iu tlir sum ol
three huiidii'il dollars, to an-ivcr lor his
conduct at the next term ol tho circuit
court, and sent to jail for sale keeping.
Lu.le Martin. Mulatto Girl, Takna an
Overdose of Moiplilno and Die.
t)n Tuesday night, a mulatto girl by
the name ol Lizzie M at tin, who has been
living in a house on Fourth itrcet, took
an overdose ol nno pliinc, and died In a
low hours. The tit ceased went to mar
ket Tuesday afternoon and bought a lot
of peaches and a water melon, and re
turning home, ate of thorn t j such an
extent that as dipt, Jim Miller would
say, she was seized with a ter
rible "gripiu' in. her bowels."
mid took a Jose ol morphine to re
lieve her of the pain, and got too niucli.
Acting Coroner Coinings, with tint
promptness w hich has at all times b -en
so cbaiacterislic with hini, siimiuuneil a
jury and held an impicst yesterday nioro
ing. The Jury gave a verdict ol iiee'nieii,-
n I iiii-Hiiiiig.
A Siilitce for ine Aiieil
In the decline ot lite, ns the vigor ol
the sy.tein wanes, an i inllrini'lcs alia, k
il to which in early lite it wa; a stranger,
the use of a sale medical stimulant is
h ghly a Ivisaiile. Nothing, as expt-ri
dice sho'Vs, is so admirably adapted to
tile wants o( iild people as Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters, Ititu real solanee to
tiie aged, and the be"t salt-guard they
can possibly use against the complaints
to which they are peculiarly liable. It
invigorates thu body and cheers the
mind, is pure, agreeable mid t Ib-ctive.
Khi'iliuati-iii, lumbago and gout arc
more frequently developed in age than
in youth or middle- lite. Hmtetter's
Bitters are un excellent remedy for those
palnliil disorders, and aNo lordly the
system against tlicin. They never cre
ate undue excitement, are gentle in their
aeiion, and are inili.itely purer than the
uiiini-ilii-.iled stimulants of commerce.
IIOAIS in I. LAY K 10 ll.tt.
Inn f'isk M I'a'lueali,
Vi.ieiimiil. . . . New ilrlenn.s,
L Ii. stoli'iinii Na.ihvii:e.
RIVIill, WKATIIt.K ANII Itl'HINKSS.
'I he river last evening was 'lit leet 7 1-5
Inches on the gauge, having lallen 4 4-'t
inches iluring the past 21 hours. A gen
eral decline is reported elsewhere.
Business iu river circles improving.
AlUtIN Kl) AM) nFlMHI Ul.
Paducah Packet .Mm Fisk with fair
trip, freight and people.
James W. Call', from Cincinnati to
Memphis, with good trip.
Joseph II. Bigh-y, lor St. Louis, with
J barges coal .
mounts Mirnock, Ii'oril .New Orleans i
to Cincinnati, with 1 00 cabin passengers,
'M children and 101 deckers.
Laura L. Davis, irom Cincinnati to St.
Louis, well laden.
ilKM ItAl. I I KMs).
The 'buries Rodman cleared for New
Orleans deeply laden, having made lair
The Sherlock yesterday had CUO tons
ol freight and a lull trip ol people lor
Cincinnati. Among her people are thu
pilots, engineers, steward and cabin
crew of the ill luted (iolden Kule, and
Mrs. Shinkle and son w ho were passen
gers 011 the boat. The Pule is a
totil loss, having settled until
oiil top of her texus
is out ol wabr ml s!ie gave every
sign of going to piece?. The ob
struction that sunk her is u long stump
lelt oil the lilll.k IV the sniig-boat. It
came up through ihe engine-room, ami
made so lil t lo noise that the boat was
sinking before those in the cabin knew
that anything was wrong.
The owners ol the (iolden Pule are
contracting with builders to have another
boat built to take her place. It is to be
like her, but will bu supplied with all
V-.V. Kiinl.el n littler Hlneiir Iron
baa uevcr beeu known to fail in thu cure ol
weakness, attended with symptoms; mills
position to exertion, loss of memory, tl i til
ciilty of breathing, general weakness, horror
in uisease, weua, uei inis iieiiiuiing, oreau
till hoirorof dentil, Iiight sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness ot vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ol the muscular syotein,
eiiiinnniis appetite Willi Syspeptiu sys
t"in, hot huuds, tlusliing ol Hie holy, dry.
ni'ss of the akin, pallid countenance am)
eruptions on Ihe face, purilyiiig the blood,
pain in tlit back, heaviness nl the eyelids,
frequent black spots lit in befuri) the eyes
with ttiiiii. nary sullu-iuii aiel loss nt sight,
want ol attention, etc, These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, ami to remedy
that, use K. F. hunki'l's Killer Wine ol
huii. Il never tails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Uel
the menu ne. Sold only iu j I hollies. Take
ouly'K. K. K linkers.
Ask lor Kuukti's Hitter Wine nf Iron.
I his H illy valuable tunic lias been so thni'
tiilulily tt'"ted hy all classes ol the euiiiuiu
nity ttiut it is now deemed Indispensable
as a tunic medicine li costs but little,
purities the blood and ivcs tune to the
tloiimeli. renovates thu system and pio
1 only usk a liiul of this valudile tonle.
Price f I per bottle. K. F. Kunkul, t.ole
proprietor, Nn. 1.'!' North Ninth street, be
low Vine, l'liihidclphin, I'll. Ask for bun
kel'sBilter Wine of Iron, and take no
oilier. A i.liotoirl'ili of the proriiietor on
raell wrapper; all olhrrs are eoillltei'feii.
Beware nf counterfeits. Do not let your
ilruu'iiist sell you any bin Kuukol's, which
Is pill up omy as above represented. You
CHI net six bullies lor live, dollars. All 1
ask is one simple li iul.
TAl'IC WDKM IlKMOVKI) AblVK.
Head ami all complete 111 two Hours. No
fee till hea passes. Sent, Pin and stomach
worms rennled by lr. Kunkel, 'J.' North
Ninth street. Advice free. No lee until
head snd nil pusses In one, anil alive. Dr.
Kunkel Is thu only aueecssiul physician in
this country lur lliu removal of Aorms, and
his Worm Svrup Is plrasant nntl salo for
elillih en or grown person. Solid for cir
cular, or usk for a bottle of Kunkel's
Worm flvrup. Price 0110 dollar per bottle.
Hot It of your druggist It never lulls.
u i 1. a 1 . i . 1 . ' a -i '
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Lata of the St. Clurlei.
RATES: $2.00 PER DAY
- 'it . r
BggK0 Ttlun To and From tfa
U'Cii; Commercial Collets
St. Louis, Mo.
IHOB. A. KICK, A. K.L. L.B.,
JAS. KICK, A. M.,
J, H. HUKWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP.! $81 00
MOST Complete, Thorough anil 1'ractir
cours of .-luily In Urn L'niieil St.iiei,
coiirae imliapvnaible to every young muo Hii
barkihK oi tin aea of life.
For Illustrated Circular,
THUS. A. KICK. A. U.
t r ii
, tat, la. .,
DRS. CANINE & WIHTLOCK
Uavinn mii-risl Into a cu-purtiier.liip, f"r Ihe
1'iirn m, ui p-nciii-in 'leuli.iry in all II
nranelie. w mi l ri-sKi-liullv inl'otm Uwae uei-il
inKih! arrvii-A'4 of. n-i lil ..ieriur, n at the
n. iifmri-! in ai.enil In llmr wauls in -T -r
I he tUhng uf Irvth iloie- in tin-must nrHiu.--ury
riiuiiiii-i-. tnst'i'tniic irmli ial ilenlure. al
win s with a view ui ri-nlm 1112 tta lar aa urnc-
tii'iilile, ti e lust i-uiiionr .,11 1 nmuial nXir.pi,ion
if die most iuipruveil iiuiitiuiU ami niau-rtain
TiM-th eilraiMt-il alisoliiivly without piun hy
l.sine nllr lla oYiile iras.
Ilisy exieml an invitation tifatl, to end anil
ee liiem ami iiiln it a liheral share of ilieir (iat-
miiinr. W oik giiaraniivil. I'rieea muili-rale.
t'AMNK A WIIIIMM K,
I'i'nninierrial entie. betwten Sill and ''th its
I.Ntl KASil I'..
AND CAN DEE
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bask Building, op-itairi.
The 01dat Established Aanoy In SouttJ
rn IllinoU, raprantln ovnr
tfir noo 000
PAIVr AMU OILS.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
rVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &e.
Alnayi on hand, the celebrated lllumlnalln
XI vs. Hell xx k,
Corner El. Tenth Street and Washing
I.Kll OK nr. A I KB.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and BeUll Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
'.VIXEN OF A IX KINIIN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
HfsSK.s. SMYTH A CO. haT -onsta-illy
a arirv aloek oi the hint sooiti- in Um mar-
el, ami jrive eniivcial attention to I he nuuitwal
ane.h nl the tnisinnsa
PRISES HWll TO SHI! TEE TIMES
Room and Board, 1st and. 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, lid Floor $2 ,00 Per Da
Special Rates by Weak or Month
A limited number of very ileslru!:'.! li.ni
room can be w-ciircil alreasonalile rutea lur 11,1
I he M. I liailia la the lara-estand best aiipnln
rtllloils In Southern Illinois, and ia Ihe lend
liutel in I'aliii. Nutwllhatandimr the "II
Koek" nslneliiin III prices, Ihe table will,
usual, he Ilia-rally aliiiluil with Ihe very
ol evi-rythiiiK that eau he tuiinit in iinirki-i .
Fine larite aiiiii lv ruoma t'ur euiiiiiit n-iiil t 1
elern, on Krotiml Hour, frcti of i'har,'e.
I f-AII liairKaiteol giiaHts conveyeil to ami Iros
tin lioti-l without i'lirtie
r.. it. i:u.t:w
- lil-tt ertmrle 0
BOOTS St SHOES
Coffee, Sugar tie Syrnv,
Speoi<7 in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
' C3tn'trT.r i - ui) mm atwn
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjiUK BULLETIN is ubll.uedmyruornl
(etcfpt MoaoUy) la lb Bullctia BuUdlnf , cor
nrr Washington STenuc and TwiUth stnet
Tva BuLurrix 1 emd lo city luUoribm by
latthful carriers t Twenty-Fits Cents a Weak,
fsyabl weekly. By Mall, (Inadranca), lis pes
annum) six months, 16) tore months, 13 j on
month, II a.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
PublUhial eyery Thuraduv murninaai si
pel annum, isvarlably in adyani-y l'
n th Weekly will t r"...,n. st "u .
a l'' h'hTlhlNi -
Uuainuia CaMn, .rr annuii.
lne qiiare, one uauriluii,
one aiiuare, tiro inaertion.,
One auuart, one wee
line ayuare, two week
One snuaie, three week
tin inure, one month,
One square, on Iniertlon,...
Each iuhttxiuent lnaertijn
tf One Inch is a square
tfTo ret-ular odvertlaers we offer auverlor 1 g
daoencnu, both as to rale ot charges and man
ner of displaying their favors.
Communications upon subjeota of sen
ra lntor.st to th pnbllo aollolted.
tf All Kuaini'aaLelterasbould b addressed to
I'nlro Hnlletla Company.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
IN TFE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Close.
Oorner 10th St. and CommeroJaJ At,
C 0 PATIER A CO.
. . .. m .
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
OrHAra frtr final hv fha
wh j .uir OU-i -VBU
:,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptlv attended to.
loTTo large consumers and a
Hftnufftoturers. va ara nranasa
:o supply any quantity, by th
jiuuiu or your, ui uiuiorm races.
CAIBO CITT COAL COMPART.
Olfleeon wharlhoit, footer Sixth at
Dlliee f llalllday llroUiers. nunosite St.
Egyptian mill- Twentieth st.
Coal Uump, loot of Tnirtj".igbtu St., or
Post office drawer !100.
looflng and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Th Ststm Ferryboat
Will be run regularly, leaving- Orssa
field's landing at 7, sad 11 o'clock s.m
I BO. 8:S 1 and 0:30 O'clock p.m. during sae
On Sunday she hUIJsavs th ltadlas? at
lsndlOocloeke.B). and .at ll'.m., sad al