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.iino business houses.
.Vol. Any business Arm can Inn- three llnrt
ia , In this column under utrriu l- linelm
Wis rale ol ai.su per iiiniilii ir W pr ycur
nyiililF itisitsrly Jo Ivum.
If itrilwnre, hluri mill Tin H'nri.
'IM.I.r.Y-l'euler ir Moves, 'I In and Hunt-
' ii '"! runners' In iiii mi, Wire
i.ii..r. J'nuiim ml Iji'lilirn.
C4.ISU T'(7 ,;1 '""'t mi J"i
... ...MiAHh - If. ..In -i 11 har-1 and S'.lt Pun-
i-i Ibeiriii)', :-. 1 1 ii ir , Slum u i . t mirl..!.!
. ii. M r, lulu u. I sluuirlc. onVt Hn.l md
xi i.i r I (M iilu ih si m l anil WuMuiit'tuii iitimue-
I St. A - II.lt A lilt K -Deulcrs In wl
ii'-i.m. blinds, I'lr., Imd mi') init i'iii.iir ..rel
...;.,'. I, imJ Slid oll.i-, I i.li.ln.r' iul UV.I.U.-,
i. I I III Hllll-t.
il. II Mi I M A N - I 'filler ill 4ul. llnWui.-, T.yj n
I 1 1 . i a ..ml kli kntde nl lmn'7 min !. i i.ihii,.-i ;
m! ahLur, it.riur ' II. Mm t.
'MI. 1. 1 AM WIN'I I. K -Sim htnil bnw.tu
i.ll.luiTi Ifcl ttVelil.c Hhil U i,',tlll.:l.ll i.rlilll.
I IoIIiiiik Hint .lerclmiit liulorliitr
lull S A VI HIM -Me liuiil Tailnr iind -I. ..l.-r
lii lli u.lv Hade I lillui.f. ;.' nliiu Iaw-
It.-Hl I bll.lt, At ll. I
M .1. Ill) Wl.hY -lt.nl h-dute Ai. i.l. Ilnyi
tlrt I'll- rcil c-iUfl-, enll.i-t. lnl'., linys tnl.-
e.r ii'iii-n-idi-nla etc. I iiiiiuerrii.i uy.iiue, I.c-
I Ht-i I. Nllilll and It litll allevUl .
r.iiiiHiiMihiiiu n r.'iiitiii,
MINKI.K 'I lllTI.K O'Jl'
( ulliili uiiii JhImix''! ra.-bir iind P
(.r.H'.rH nl the rarnieu.' I i.lnu in W ;u. i.,u . .
I. 'A l.'T OiniiiiMM'P'iul Amiiih'.
iii-ni-riU I i.n ttr 'iiur hic I I himu -t-.'in
Hit rebuilt, lur 0..- mif nf rami, Iiiodiii, iii
liunl mid l.auy I ru'lmr. "in., Lew.-.
I' A. Will El.'i' K A ( H.
Jj i.fiiirl I irw.u'luit mid i hi.iii i- - ien
ii.t-it'liuns, nml ilmli im C- ail kut"fl ' I V mil mid
I'ri.dure, 1,1 Dim, I..,!- I OIlMKIiMH'lil. 'ill.'
led. r:i iii iU liirniln l un ufirn ni.i.i. .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
'I'liO only Road Running Two
Luily Trms from Cairo.
Traln Live Cairo
K;'t Kxi.ri-, nrriinv in M.
,.,iiif .'.ii i. ui.: i l.i'.j.".
i M p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VlLLE FAST LINE
&. min?' n L'liK'irinVi .:!', urn: l.niii
villr, .J.'i, it m.; Iii'li i ii ( 1 1 -, i l.'i n. in.:
I'lii-iTigi r Ii)' tln tt.'iin urnwut l'if
0' ANY OTHEK KOUTE.
1. 0 J,. 111. I" H-l M'l Willi i-i i-i I- ttll'l' il-
el. lor l. I.ol'l-! mi. I Illi, Ado, !
him in; in t. i.niil- kl i' urn. ' In-j
i-iro at 4 :u i In. I uiiiii-i I ii ut O'lin ;
or K 111 nr him I . r I'nn iiiiiuti, l.oul-Mil--j
FAST TIME EAST
tut tncr Ly tlii l!t' t' llirourli t'i '
tn K"t witlionl any .l.-Uy t-:iii."l lj' I
fc iin.lay Intcrvf-rnii.
iii.- ah'kha ahi;i:nm'n' jkain;
cum i Aii:o aki i. in nk'.v i
l"l:l .MUSD MuII.nIMi
A t In-
?6 HOURS IN ADVANCE
iK AN V iiiliKlt Itol'J K.
A.htrii-'-iii'-iitii uf tiiii'ttini' lui' -i tint
tin y muke lictt. r tiim- tli-in toit on-, ii
nr.' i!"Hnl . it lir tliriim,'li i,'i.oraii'-i- ur a
.If-lri; to WiMi i'i t In; iiiililii-.
l-or tliruupti ti. ki t- ii'l Inluniiiitinn,
.j iily ut lilin.ti- Ci-iitrnl K It. I '' l ot. iiro.
IKAl-i- A Hill K Al I. M''.
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.1 I lii
(irll'l I-'Jii'.li" III A,'t.
II. ,li.K". I N K' i A"'.
Jl.i... mi' I In -ii!i: li'ii Ii", i'
tlif I Il" l.- of rrp'TM Uli'l l.llf.' IN
.A U) nirlv llir. .Miil..".'l Iti -l"l"l. Iln-
. . i fj i.iiiuMit In inui riiik- r''.L'iM-l.
J ! "'"""I "' tnniin.'iil. Nt'
r t 5 uii'l r.liii.1 k..!.lr r"lii"li' ll'""
Kmi'j r,r.'Ui3. i-eni ir.- n. -i""
I . . .. . 1. 1.. - II .v . i.n A 4.
1. Cini-l' I'r.. I-H I-- i v" n
W IH IATIOM. 41' N. Nllilll . I'lilU
! i.-liln. I'a. An iii-tltn'i' ii In. v -g
ii.K a liiuli ri-i. uiutiun lor lni".r
ulilp toinlmt anl ,roli"ioiiiil
IM. Ilriixt.iii li:; rrtnnu-J In lii "i-l
;!alifl ill tin' Ki-i-iT linil'lin', win ri- In; i-1
lii-tti-r jir-i.ir-1 lliuu cv r to an-mnmr.-
lutc liU palron- ainl tin: iiiWi': who
4imy favor him with a call. II': ha'ont:
to (.'on-MiTaMd fxpi'ii-ii' in luting up
i niitilfi ol niot-'lv fiirniihi'J rooms, wliii li
lit; hat pruvi'li-'l with all tho l,il-t im J
Ii.VOIW'IlN I'lMil l'')IIVi'MiMi,',s. II'' "ii-
.loy olny lir-it-(.la-s wmkinaii ami tli--wlio
palruiil.i; lnm will havt: thi-ir wntit.-iitti'mlt-il
to in ityl' aii'l w ill ii-c.-ivi'
. iiirli rui 4 ti'i'atlin lit. 'I
ICE! I UK!
Hitsi', I ,oom is .V 'o ili-ahTi in nrih
n i. lakt; havi; rriiinveil tln-ir olilrc
from tin? ('i.nifr ol' KIkIiUi strw t aii'l
Ohio li vii' to tht? if; hon-f-5 one iloor lif
low the St. I liarlw hotel, ami are now
l')ivTifr ice In all parts or the fitys
Tliofe doslrins the f:ohl stall will leave
their onlers at the new nfllee, w lu re they
will reeeive prompt attention.
.Iamks K av ANAi iiit, Munuj.'i r.
i'aiho, Ills., May 17, l-s77. S-17-lm
'I lie loli ril I nillMlox
I s ultoj;ether the opposite of his ;reiit
namesake. The latter as a )iliiisliment
Iroin the fod-ii,r im inlraetion of their
command, was condemned to perpetual
thirst, and immovahly lixed in water to
his chin. What must have been his feel
ings to sec that fluid, which more than
nil the. world besides, he wanted, within
his reach, and he powerless to drink it !
What a refinement of ciuelty must be
such a punishment. How dill'ereiit our
feelings to hN antctypi, who though
"tillering trom sicknesH all the time, hav
ing menus to meet tho cost ot alleviutinr
his ailuuit, ypt deliheratelj neglects us
ing the remedies to his recovery. The
majority ol sickness arise Irom tho tor
pidity of the liver, andean be dissipated
mid prevented by the ii'nu of that valuable
elixir tonic tho Home Stomach Hitter.
Mr. I.cuU Herbert, Ohio levpe, is the
agnt lor Moerleln's celebrated Cincin
nati bcr. An eitra llim article. 8-2sv
-itacUMrfiii'iifr ;rriinir n i i
Iki khivlilit ol ll.tliuie nr. li i nul l
nl tlii-ir liitll ili Iirl uinl Muni SluuiUy
u t.n-U iii'iiilli. CoiiiinvroMl uM-iiiie, 'l iliioi
Hniilh ol Ulli kiri'i't, nl s p ni.
lull II. llnl.MMi, (i. I.. M
V, AHCAI.ON I.OUGK, NO. H.
tit ? linlhlMil I'ytbiiti, mei-U evtry Krt
r 'x )': i..y iiixlii ui littii-it svviu, in Uii'1-
:ll"' Hull. lll)k,
Xpr i li.ii.. Ilur ( oiiiiiikiidcr.
t-j. AI.KXAMlhK LOlXiK, SO. iM.
ifp-ritr, IlHll IlilfDt Onli r f Oll(l-VI-ifi-Jfir
i'lVt, liu.U t'Cnry IIiiumUv iiikM
&x'' ni hull' iyt M-TFb, III lliur hull in
Juimni'iriul kMiU'. IkIW'.' Ii nixilmii He.ri'lith
'mu Wii.lK. ii-vki... .s.ij.
''niVl FN' A Mr'MKNT, I O. O. K..Iiiu.'tf
..in ii 1 l-m U"W' Hull on I he llrntuml tliirU
iii'n .i. in i-i-i-y luiiiiiii, ul lulf'ii.t M'Vi-n
A. CuatlNU', i; I'
u l.Alim I..JIH.K. NO -.'17, A f. A A. M.
J ll"i'i f' 'iilur I'ljiiiiiiiiiiii'utioiin in Mil
Vjfsi.iin Hull, oirni'r I i.inn.ii'li.l um-uii.'
fill. I l.l'ltll, -lli t, "II til' 8i-Xli'l Mllll
nrlli Miiii'luv ul . Ii lliiililli.
lillKs Of 1)1 KHI 111 N.
J" All ImIIi) I r ii'l f'.oniK, n- iu- aia'l n)
ul,.- 1.1 ALlVASl
1 jullnli I'l H'lierCiiiill Will lC- IU-lU'1 Hi Hi
nU' ! II ' t c.'iuurr for Hie llrl ibcrlluli
uiiil V'kiiT'. lur fault mr...-. 'hi. i.t oi.e A til.tiul
Iim'., nut will lie iiiu-li: on euii.liiig i"l i . I
f'ir liiacrtiiiK t'uiierul iiutire l Siiiid'Ol
riiri-lin uf Hw' l' tl.'r ol '-i:il ol'irlb rlill l-r
Cliiifh, .".oriity, VHftivbl mi'l nuirt Lulo t
will only tie inw rf. 'l tin ttlv.'r'.iM;im'ui
.v ilvirlifiin-i.l mil I nut-nnl i tlmn
') wnlii, mi'l iim nilvirtiu.il.' H Kill In murtnl
f'n Iri-itlmn tliri 'l"ll'.ir t'crihonlh
I.O'l, III SIM hS Mil l t.S
III' iiM' .'ijlllirc l( linen .iu.-c; or lliur.', ill-
-!- I iii tin' lii ii.ni-; ni (!1d : li.t-'t
tlin 'iii'- vjii;ir- roiiiiti-'l ai a 1 1 sure.
0;i- i-prli'iii n r B'i'.i-nc I ")
i'(i iii-crUnii j"-r cijuar 71
'I liri'i'iii-crliiiiiii prr -ijnur.' 1 on
i.x in'i.Tll'iii.-J", r .-ijiLUf 1
Tug wrick 'i r sijiian: I CO
( m- montli Ji'-r sii!ir(- 't -VJ
.-'i''i;il rulo lii.i'! on lur'i- ;rlvr' i.-c-Hi.
tit or (or lntiL'iT time.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
' I mh; .f. ' i, 'i'i Ci H'lii-i-
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
I hi- in I In- 'iMi'-l i'.L--y i.. Hi.- 'i'.- 'nl ir.
r.i.i ji li.t I'l-i - ri'. .).".! Illlll!;' 1" i' '-'illil'i-
'ltl 111'' ) Illlll' .
Hi- i1i-i.m ffi- h Iti-ji I iv.k a '.r. . M l.t-li I r.
r ' i't nil ur-ii r -.iiii r ;.i-i -',.;. .1 '.r tinuiiii In'
II. Im, ! 1 ' ' 1- ii lir..w ii l-rm I. un I u.1 k i.HJ
-.1 ..ki i v i:.i'ii I'T w.-Miiy l-a-t.- ,
mi; ja i-, t'-
i.nr li.m J I'.al Hi- In .f'i l- " i Ii. I..-I-?
in tl.- t!i '.uit --t".:!!!!' r
M .. '.. i .
simi.w i;vi;Mi;.i i.
i ' i. . i
(oil W. l.'( IM.lluJ .... I l
I In- Iii. ;it will l':i'- f'iiiri) ut :.' p. in. ur
riun;' .it i.IiiuiI.ih at ji. in. i:-!uiin
- li ;iVi l "I'lintjii-at 7, iiiriMiij.' .it ;i i ri
.it 1 1 1. ln-iii'--t lri. ol Mi? ft u-'jii. f or
fnitln r iiipirmalioii aj'l'l V to
.1 .mi - Hii.'i. AiT'-nt.
i 1 1 i;-ii,vv, ji i.v ::i i77.
- -rm r ' - J
1 1 ir r in i.t.i'ivf. Mr. -n't, will Pe
in i.airo w i'li a Pill line t -inipl'-- in
our inn-, :ul wi-l.iii a lull --i.it, or ovi-r-ni,
i'. -liO il l 'ive him a triiil a- he i- il -l
rin. i '- I t" i i 'l"v- ii numiipli. -.
J llA'-K Kl-i lllili.
M . l . I. ant T ul'ir, livuli- iilf .
I'I. turn nml llrm 1,1-H
1.. ( . Kur l U.i I'-iiii'V. 'l Li; Variety
llr.n ket r.l.M'- to Va-l.intoll aVelitlf
ii'-nr T'-nth -li.-et. lie h.-H opened U
lar'f tM-k ol lira, ki -hclve-i, Iramea,
i hruiiius, pietnre eur-l and t.i---N, eur
taln ta--i I- lain-y li.iiN, hat r:e 1.-, ete.
i ieture Ir:nniiif made a i-peeiiility
I'hronio' iin.iii.led in Iv-. -Ii. ;. i. -1 and
In r-t -Ij ii-. Im
j ,.. i
To all who are iitl.-ril.iT li"i't the
1 error- and iinli-..r-ti.ii- of jont'i. ner
vous W"akiii -s, early deoay, los of tnaii-
! h !,fte.,I will send a recipe that will
I i-ure you, tree of charire. 'I'hi-i front
L'lneiiy was ili-eovered lira iiii.-.-.i(inary
in South Am. ilea. Send a self-ad-Jre-sed
envelope to the KeV. Joseph T.
Iimiiiii. Siaiioii 1). i'.ihle House, Vew
Vi.rk I'itv. l-:fM;m
Hiiiiii-eii iimi Hii'i-H
Men hunt-.. rocers, and paloon-keepi rs
-lunld not lol'et that Messrs. Corlis ,c
I'.aiikin, proprietors of the Prairie Stale
l';ihac."'0 Kactory at Metropolis, have
opened an e-utjllsliment at the corner
ol Sixt-i sti t and Dliio levee in this
city where they wil ilo a wholes-ale and
retail Imwocss in the tohaeeo and ci'ar
line. They have mi hand the lar'c-t
and mo-t cmipleti! stock t
ob:i"(:0 and ciius ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants ot the trade at the
lowest livinjr piiees. Iiealers are in
vited to i-all and exiiinine their stock.
Iliink for f itiirNfir.
Thoiisaiids lead miserable lives, snll'er.
injr from dyspepsia, a disordered stom
ach and liver, producing biliousness,
heartburn, costiveness, 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 remedy, which Is yearly restoring
thoii-ainK is HaCosta's U nheal ill'
Sold by l'.ai el.-iy Urns.
A J.'io bottle will convince ymt of its
mcrils. Jion't delay another hour alter
reading this, but go and get a bottle, and
your reliel is as certain as you live. Wil
you do it or will you continue to sullcr 't
Think for yourself,
l'rol. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup
is perleotly jafe and extremely palatable.
No physic required. Costs 23 cent.
Try It. 7-lm.
lr Ur ii I.
A cottage ou Ninth street, in good
repair. Apply to E. Dkoma,
31-tl City National Bunk
Mi. l.oun Htrbiit on ditto Icvt'J is the
iigeiit al Cairo lor the cebebiatcd Murr
ain's Cincinnati btcr, the ln"t beer on
the market. s-2'.v
I.i m nil I li-im
I.Olds Herbert, Uhlo levee, sells
MoerkliiN telebriiteJ Ci:if hiiiaM lager
heel at w liolesale and retail. 2w.
The Cairo ( ity Itindery, A. tV. Pyatt
&. Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work fal'tveiy description in their line in
first-i:Ius and workmanlike manner. Im
1 he in-xt regular monthly meeting
ol tin-r iiro tax payers association will
In- IhM iii Hie iitlli-e of . II. Woodward,
iiii" I'M-e, on 1'iiday eveniiig, August
I hi lies reipiire radical treatment to
reniove them, and so do bo.ls and pimple-.
Dr. hull's Wood Mixture is a raJ
ical blood se;i(.,,.r, curing all skin erup
tions. A'tention i- called to the a.-algnee'ii
s".le ol i;igars lor the benelit ol creditors
-.".O.iKii) cigars at auction the largest
l-'.m k ol cigars vi roflercd in Cairo. Ske
ii'tveiti-i iiient of Winter A Stewart c-lsr-wl.ere.
-Mr. A. .'. ii iiuila of the firm of
liordon A. (iotnila, coiiimisioii mer
clianH, and Mr. .1. P. Kent and lady,
pi I through '.he city lor their homes
in.V.'.v Orleans, Satuidiiy night.
Siilf. ting will exhibit its pri-ciiee
hy tl.e i-rie- o t'ue baby, ulid phould be
r--move 1 l.y the prompt use ot that
highly ii-coiiiiiiendi d reuieily Ir.
liiill - P. i':.y Syrup. It is ire- irom mor-
hi i. i'ricu 2 cents.
1'. M. Ward ha- gi.ue into the ice
bii'iii'--, fiirlis now delivering pure hike
l'-e in all parts of I in- ciiy. Ord'-is lelt
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
ante 1. 1 J-lm
We reret to learn ol the death of
.lame, Kin -ley, book-keeper with the
firm o Kraiik A: Sons at. St. Louis. He
fell through an open hatch in the fourth
stoiy, striking on the tir-,t lloor eausing
iii-taiii .le.itli. lie leaves a wile and four
elilidreu. .dr. Kin-ley u-ed to live in
this city mi'l h i-- a wide circle of ir endi
here uho will mourn hi- ..-,r. He wa-a
broth'-r-ili la'.'.' of I apt. doe Abel.
Notwithstanding the prei-ure of the
time-, ii.'ei the ili-trc.-ting Hareity of
tnoiiey. I .ulleetor Saup h:n made most
gratilyniL' h'-adw ay in collecting the cur
rent revenue. It wa- feared, tor a time,
that the .-iim ol the collection- would be
in-uilii.'ient to meet the expenses iucur
red in the iiiaiiitamauce of the public
p'-hool.i ol the county ; tij f.roviJe for
the iiec.-ary outlays on account of
court., criminals and, paupers, etc., but
the prospect in this regard is. con-.tantly
gro a ing better. The collector is untir
ing In his i -Hurt- to make close collection-,
and the probabilities now are that
his abatement li-t on account ot county,
school and road taxes, w ill be the small--l
that ha- been returned Mhee
A Mob of Kitty to One Hundred Nuroi
Btop Work on tha I.Te ami Assart
Their Deturniiuiition to Viait and Close
the Mills, Cooper fcliopa, fete, Tlaia
lietwi-eti liihi; iiii'l ten o'clock Ja-t
night, a mob of between fifty and f.ne
liuie Ired r.egro laborers assembled on
nhioievee, where a meeting was held and
an organization etlected. The mob
elected a captain and leaders, and the
men employed in loading the Mi.-iscin-pi
valley iran-portation company's
barges wi re induced to ipiit work, ami
strike lor higher wage-. After this was
a '.'.iiiipli-hc'l, the iuijo took a vote
by uhicii it was agreed to
Vi-it 'lie iiliiN, eoopi-r-h'.Jis, box laetory,
etc., at nine o'clock this morning, and
iii.Vr work ,-u-peiided, after which the
mo') ili-persed (or the' night.
Whether their threats will be carried
out is to be seen, and we hardly believe
they will, yet it will be well for the pro
prietors ot the e-tubli-htnctils ir'ined to
he on their guard, and prepared for an
No time t-hould be lo-t in dealing with
the-v di.-turbers of the peace should they
attempt to put their threats into
execution. They chotild be taught a
le-siui ;md that lesson should be short,
sharp and decisive. 'oaxiug will not do.
'Iheymu-t be given to understand that
mob law will not be tolerated in Cairo.
T In v should be taught a lesson that, will
last them for all time to come.
Mo I lie to Aiilr.
Il I IN01S ('KNTIUI. HaII.IiOaI), I
Caiiio, July iH;h, 177. j
Trains on this road are again running
regularly. I-'reight for Chicago, and
pointii ea-t, that can be readied by the
Mil higati Central, will be received and
forwarded at owner' risk-the road
will assume no responsibilities from loss,
?A. CeiiT Southern Agent.
Illinois cbntkai. K.wi.hoad .'i.
(IKN'L. AliKN'l'S ui uctc,
( aikd, Ills., July lt77. J
Wu in e u;aln rveehing freinht for Chi
c i.'0. and alf o eastern consignments by the
Mii'lil'.'in ( e n tral and Its connections.
.Iamks Johnson, (iuu'l Agent.
Tim Illinois Central Itulr.iiid St, l.ouis
at. I Cairo Snort Line train will leave at
l'Ji.'tn. All trains to unit from St. I.quIn will
arrive and depart regularly here after.
J. 11. Jdnks, (iea'l Soutliei n At;'t,
Cairo, Ills.. July 2U, Is",
ollee l Nttloitim.
I will mi Tuesday, the Mint Inst,, en
force the ordinances against all saloon
keepers who have not taken nut license.
C. I), Aki i n,
Jt City Marshal.
liny your tin trult cans at the New
York store and ve money. Jl-l3-5t.
lh Mentlnbi Ytrrty apBoon
Reaolutiouaou tba Daath of trie Lata
A, B. BalTord, Kaq.
'1 he Woman's Club and Library us-o-ci.itloii
held a special meeting in the
libra-y room on Monday, July iiu, 1S77.
at 3 p, in Tho Vice-President Mrs. W,
K. Smith called the meeting to order
and in a few slmplo and Weil chosen
words explained the purpose which had
brought them together. A motion was
then made by Mrs. Oborly that a com
uiittee be appointed to dralt resolutions
relative to the death of our irieiid and
benefactor, Altred 11. Sall'iird. This mo
tion was unanimoiuly carried. The
vice prc-idciit then appointed Mrs.
Obeily, Mrs. Alvord and Mi-. Warduer
as such committee. While thU com
mittee was absent Irom the room, the
vice-president called upon Mem
bers ol the association for
some expression ot their feelings.
Mrs. ;o3 responded with n,mc very
touching remarks relative to the brney
olence of the noble man, now removed
from us. Miss McKee a!io ipoke with
great tenderness and beauty. From
every member present words ol grati
tude, Ineiid-hip and deep regret, showed
how well and truly he
was regarded. Tho committee now re
turned and tie:
) ol. low ino Id .son. Hons
presented by Iheiu were tmanimou.-ly
iiKkKAS, An impresMVt and solemn
warning lias come to nuiilid Us that in
the midst of lilt: we are in death, the
members ol the om in's Club and
Library a-iociation desire to oiler their
humble tribute with those who have
sought to do jutice to the memory and
worth of the late Allied I',, Satlord,
then-tore be it,
lO:i,(i'l, 1 hat thi- organization, in
common with every other educational
influence ol thi community, has great
ciiu-e to lament the lo.-s ol -o
linn a Inetid, whote counsel,
i nco iraetnent and material aid have so
greatly beneiited them in its undertak
ing, k:i'J.rfl, 'that the memory of his
honorable career, his every sterling vir
tue, his kind and geueroun heart have
built for himself a monument of immor
tality, and left to his IlieliiJs 110 tak but
that ol soothing their own -orrovv and
paying Lim the tribute of their tears,
which is the most eloipieiit te-timonial
to nis worth.
AVv.iv.. That while we bow In sub-
uu-iive resignation to this overrul
ing providence we t.-el that this a-socia-tion
has met with an lrreparabl eloss in one
who took a deep and never-tailing inter-e-t
in the education and moral elevation
of the youth of this community.
liei'.'U'it, 't hat we extend to our be
loved si-ter Mrs. Satlord our deepest
sympathy in this time ot her great sor
row and attlction; would we could do
mom. Al.-o to our houored President
Mrs. Candee and her falnily our sinctre
sympathy and condolence.
Itno'rfJ. 't hat the Secretary be in
structed to furnish the family with a
copy ot these resolutions; that they be
inserted in the city papers and aUo
placed upon the records of this associa
tion. Mas. J. II. Outlay,
Mks. i. . Ai.vokd,
Mi'.s. D. L, It. W'akiini.h,
Cairo, July 30th, ls"7.
DoAitn or tnucAiio.v.
A special meeting of the board of edu
cation, Cairo Illinois, called to take
action respecting the death of iti late
president, Alfred B. Milord, was holdeii
at 'J o'clock Monday morning, July 30th,
J-77. Officers proteuipore were ap
pointed. W. Stratton president, and
( ieorge l-Vlier secretary.
l'.KM.W.KS OK .MR. SIKATIKN.
Mr. stratton on taking the chair said:
It becomes my sad and paiutiil duty to
announce to you the death of Alfred K.
Satlord, who has so long and;so faithfully
and w ith such eminent fitness and ability
presided over the deliberations ot this
board. Mr. Saflord died suddenly on
the evening of tbeJ'JtJth in-t., in' Bur
lington, Vermont, where he had gone to
spend a few days with the Iriends, and
amid the scenes of his early years.
'Ibis sad event so sudden, so unex
pected, is not only a severe shock to us
hut to our whole community. Associat
ed as his name has ' been tor
many years with almost every event ai
led ing the fortunes of our" city, and
especially its educational interests, it
is illllicult to realize that he has indeed
gone that we shall see his pleasant lace
no more aroncd this board, nor hear his
words of counsel. Alas! that the mem
ory, and the truits of his valued services
alone remain to us : For twenty years
he was my friend. Personally, 1 feel the
blow that has smitten us and deeply do
I sympathise with the stricken wile and
kindred Iriends; but private otlliction is
absorbed in general sorrow. The spec
tacle ot a whole community, lamenting
the loss of a ood man, is hir more touch
ing than any manifestation of private
grief. We meet to offer our tribute ot
respect, and hope to hear from
Mr. Fisher then said:
KK.MARKH OK MK. KI-HKR:
Iii the Sprint; ol 1x74 In looking about
for a proper person to 1111 the vacancy In
our hoard caused by the removal of ( apt.
f). Hurd from our city, In company with a
friend 1 called upon .Mr. Satlord and re
ipiei'ted him to consent to lis candidita for
the position. At first lie reftn-ed. laying
that he could not'lve the necessary alien
tton to the Out es ol the poiition. As we
urtred Uiin to yield he finally consented to
do so. He was elected and has since then
held the position. I know that 1 am not
invidious when I suy that Irom the tirst he
has t,t- ii the most useful member oi our
board; that any other inetuher could have
heen spared bett ir; that be bas been un
tiring in his labors for our schools; that he
hni ifevoteJ to them more care, more time
and more careful attention than any other
member has done or could do. llehastit'y
heen our president as he has truly been our
lender and head. Us Las been stricken
ilnw n In the very midst of bis usefulnets,
and when srur.-ely pan the meridian of his
life. If Me could have nuved him he would
have been saved, lie linsMieen taken from
us by that omniscient tine whose "ways
are unsearchable and past lindini? out,"
"Whose ways are not ns our w7b and
wlKne thoiiifhts re not as our thought."
Inlinlti! wisdom ha removed him. We can
only bow In 'uhmlsslon to the command,
"Ite still and know that I am tiod,"
Mil. TIII8TI.KWO0I) SAIL;
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the
Hoard: It is littiiiu and proper that I
should lilt my voice in ibis hour of torrow
and mourn w ith you this great ealam ty
that baa fallen upon us, not only in mattem
pertalnlnK to the public schools of the city
ol Cairo but to all our Interests as a city.
Certainly we may say bis was disinter
ested service in the matter of public
schools. Having nothing t prompt him to
take that Interest which be always mani
fested, except a desire to do (food pro
mote the bapplnes of bis fellow men. I
bave been a member of the board but a
short time, yet I feel Hint In the death of
our dear friend Satlord we have austaloed
an Irreparable lot.
KK.MARKSOK PROP. AI VORI).
Prof. Alvord then rme and laid : This
li a solemn hour. We consecrate It to the
memory of our departed associate and
Irlend. lie bin gone from uiong us aud
lelt nsne like hlw behind. Tuat voice
w hone every tone was iniislu II hu-Jied and
still. That hcamiOK, la u-li 1 iik eye Is dun
and lustei Itisa. and that breast, where grew
and flourished those gentle, genial quali
ties which sooth and cheer the heart, and
those noble virtuis w hich adorn and dig
nify tbe soul, is cold as the clod that soon
must cover it. What change I few brlel
days bave wrought a change wbicb fall,
upon us with crushing force. We do in
d ed drain the eup of bitter waters while
o'er us bang tbe clouds ot grief. Adieu
dear friend, our friend, tbe teachers'
friend the dear little children's Irlend, tbe
poor man's friend, the pale orphan and .he
widow's Incnd a la-l adieu.
Mr. Mtdier then ollered the following
resolution which were passed.
Kesolved. That the board of education
of the city of Cairo bas received with
the deepest sensibility, Intelligtnce of the
death ol A. II. Satlord.
Kesolved, 't hat the proceedings of iLii
meeting be coimuuntcat.-d to the family of
the deceased by the secretary and that he
request their publication in the city papers.
On motion the meeting adjourned.
OKOKoK. KlhUKK, W. STRAT I ON,
See'y pro tern. Pres't pro tew.
Cigars Cigars !
loT AT A i:CTKJN'.Jt,ff
No. ill Commercial avenue; at 2
o'clock p.m. Tuesday July 31. 177
To he sold without reserve to the hlzhest
bidder tor cah, tor the benetit of credit
ors, Win i er A Stewart
RIVK.n MAITI.K AM) lll.SINKSS.
Tin- river lat evening was IS feet H l-.'i
inches on the gauge having fallen 4 1-5
inches during the past 21 hours. Heavy
rains tell during Sunday but yesterday
was fair ami very hot. Business fair.
Four feet Id inchts water is reported to
Lvansville. The Missouri river is rising
from the melting of mountain snows.
A rbejis reported at Pittsburg aud in tl.e
The (jlascow is towing the wrecking
boat Charlie Hill to the wreck ot the
The Jno. U II more i-on the ways at
.Mound City undergoing repairs, an 1 will
be oil on Wednesday or Thursday nexf.
The hull of the old I! K. Lee wilt lie
taken out to be constructed into a wharf
boat for aplain Jno. T. Washington ot
AI-.KIVr litvlJ 1,1 l-Al'.i 11,.
Padu -ah Packet .Inn Fi-k, Jr., with
an excellent trip.
F.d. Hobhsfrom Pittsburg to Sf. Louis
with three barges sundries.
Alt Strcvciis, trom, Obion river 'o
St. Louis, with lumber, etc., about 4'W
Laura li.i is, from St. Louis to Cin
cinnati, wiih -'oo tons, and a good load
The John B. Maude, trom St. Louis to
Vicksbnrg, with an excellent trip o(
freight and people. She coaled and made
light additions here.
The Con. Millar, from Cincinnati to
Memphis did a big way business on the
lower Ohio and has a fair trip lor Mem
Hie Joseph H. Bighy from St. Louis,
brought out empty barges and returned
with one barge of coal and two barges of
The Lvansville packet Arkansas Belle
brought 300 barrels flour and .Meal, 700
sacks corn, 100 barrels Hour.
The Idlcwild on Saturday evening
brought 173 packages undries 2,410 sacks
The (jlencoe St. Louis to New Orleans
was deeply laden on arrival but made
some additions here.
The Virgii: Lee Irom Cincinnati to
St. Louis U well lad.-n with freight and
John L. Rhodes from Pitt-buig to St.
Louis w ith a big trip.
K. M. Norton from Mddlcport to St.
Louis brought four barges ot salt, aud
will take them forward.
Virgie Lee ye-terday took Captain
Oauld's new barge "Little Gold Dust'
in tow for St. Louis.
Walker A, Nellis have repaired their
dry docks, machinery, etc., and are
better prepared than ever to do rapid
and cheap steamboat work.
Pilots Ceo. Clarke and Steave Me.
Bride of the Joseph 11. Bigelow, re
port 10 feet ol water to St. Louis.
Thcv are good authority as they pass up
and down continually, and tow barges
that draw 7 feet.
The wrecking boal Charlie Hill is lit re
and will go to the wreck ot the Golden
Pule, and will relieve the Kckert, when
she will return to this port unless some
thing else requires her attention,
Ou the 10th ol this month Mr. Samuel
Pettis, carpenter on the towhoat Warner
died at the hospital In this city of acute
dysentery. He had heen suffering ten
or twelve days before reaching the hos
pital by which time his case was hopeless.
( )n Thursday last a colored hand oil' the
James I). Parker named Echo, die 1 at
the hospital of the same disease.
' AlllO.ll.l IS'JIS, MOMDAT KVKHVO, I
.Inly 3", l-s".
Owing to the groat "railroad strikes,"
tbe last week has been one of unpar
alelcd excitement and turmoil in all parts
of the country, and although there has
not been even the slightest symptoms of
(lisiillection among the railroad employes
and working classes here, our people
have pilrUikcti ot the general excitement
and business suffered to a certain extent.
But now that the force of the strike has
been broken and nearly all the railroads
are again resuming tbe movement of
trains as usual, the excitement is subsid
ing and in the course ol the next four or
five days we expect to see everything
moving along as smoothly as before the
strikes. The market hero is quiet though
u liberal business Is being done.
The dour market is more active and
transactions are more liberal. Receipts
lor the last lew days, owing to tho in
terruption In railroad traflle, bave been
all, and as a consequence stocks are
extremely light and unequal to the de
mand. There Is a perceptible improve
ment hi the order trade, and shipments
of round lots are more Irequent. Prices
are fully 20c off, and unsteady. There
Is no demand for low grade flour
There Is a good demand for white corn,
and receipts aro taken on arrival at
50le. There Is very little on the
market, Mixed corn is in fair supply,
with a moderately active demand
at ZXoj'o'Aa The Hay market is quit
and transactions are very light. Pecelpts
are limited and the supply on the market
is small though in the present condition
ot the market, siilllcient f jr all demands.
Prices are steady at quotat'ons The
bottom seems to have fallen out of the
oats market, and prices have taken an
other tumble;. Northern in sacks was
otlered to-day at 32oi,33e. w ith no takers.
The supply is light, but amplu for the
wauls ol trade We nofo a decline
ot 10c In meal and sale are now tieing
Tnadu at $2 90ot,2 oo lor city, and
2 7.YT',2 ho tor good country. The de
mand lor city meal Is active, while the
supply is light. Country I" in fair sup
ply aud liberal demand Bran is in
light supply with only a limited demand.
Prices are steady at $130,14 Potatoes
are In lair supply, and good demand
From country wagons they are selling at
from 30 to 40, according to quality. In
barrels they are worth 5(n32, accord
ing to the size ol the barrel and the
quality of potatoes Poultry is in
good supply and lair demand. oung
chickens are selling all the way trom
$1 'J.'ito $2 according to size and condi
tion. Old hens are worth $2 20(,2 00
There is an active demand for choice
butter at IColSc. The supply on the
market is liaht, and receipts lor the last
week has been far below the wants of
trade. Common i ml low grade butter
is In good supply and light demand
F.ggs are plenty and dull at He. Receipts
are large and in excess of the wants of
t ie market. On Saturday one commis
sion merchant-dumped M0 dozen into
the river, having had them ou hand
until they were spoiled Fruit
of all kinds is plenty and
prices are lower. Peaches are coming in
freely, aud are now selling at 2.ii,.Ii)c.
per box. A lew boxes ol extra tine
peaches sold on Saturday at 40c. Apples
are plenty and slow ot sale at any price
Garden vegetables are abundant,
and prices are extremely low. Green
corn is selling from country wagons at
lie, and everything else in proportion.
Bates by river to New Irleans an: 20c
per dry bid. and 12Jc perewt.
THE MA K Mil.
tciVOur Iriends should bear in mind
that tbe prices here given are only lur
sales from first bauds In round lots. In
tilling orders and lor broken lots it is
necessary to charge au advanc: over
We note an improvement in tbe order
trade and transactions are more liberal.
Stocks are light and scarcely equal to'.the
demand. Prices are 20c oil', and uoset
tied, We n ote sales as follows: loo bbN.
X $0 00; ltKJ bbls. XX $0 70; 100 bbls.
XXX $7 00; 100 cboice XXX $7 20; 70
bbls. $CS; 200 bbls. various grades,
$78; 00 Olds. Choice Family, $7 20; 100
bbls. Family, $7 00; 100 bbls. Good
Family, J7 00; 100 bbls. Choice Family,
There is very little being done in this
branch of the market. Receipts nie
light aud supply limited. The demand,
however, is Very light. We note sales of
1 car choice Timothy, $12; I car prime
Timothy, ',$11 00; 1 ear low grade hay
f .SOO; 1 car good mixed, $ I 00.
There is a good demand for white
com, and receipts are taken on arrival.
There is very little on the market. Sales
noted were 200 sacks w hit', COc; 1 ear
white in bulk, 04c; 1 car yellow In bulk.
There Is no demand tor oats. Prices
are 3t;i,if, oil', and good northern in
sa'.'ks was offering to-day at 32(0j3,1e.
One car northern sold on Friday last at
Tho Mipply is light, and demand
fair. Prices a shade lower, and we now
quote city at $2 00(0 2 90, and country at
$270(02 80. We note sales of 20 bbls.
country $2 30; 100 bbls. City $2 (id; 200
bbls. city, $2 00(0,2 00.
Bran is in light supply, and limited
demand. Prices are ateady at $i:(-ul4
Potatoes are In fair supply and good
demand, and are selling from country
wagons at .10 to 40c, In bbls, they are
worth f 1 o0(,2, according to the size of
the barrel and quality of tho potatoes.
Sales noted wi re 5 bbls. choice, $2; 10
bbls. common $1 CO; 10 bbls, medium
Choice butter is scarce and in demand,
at 10(2 18c. Common and low grade is
plenty and dull. We note salca as lol
lows : 1 package common, 12$ ; 10 pails
Southern Illinois, 12 flOe ; 15 packages
Northern dairy. lGfojUjc.
Receipts of chickens are good, and the
supply on the market is large. Th.j de
mand however is good at prices varying
from $1 20(O;2 Mr young chickens, aud
old hens are selling at $2 20(0)2 50.
Sales noted were 3 dozen old hens, $2 50;
10 coops young chickens, $1 20(52; 3
coops old hens, $2 00,
F.ggs are abundaiit and dull. Prices
a-e weak at 7J(0,sc. Sales reported were
BIO dozen 8c ; 500 dozen "Jo ; 200 dozen
So; 150 dozer 8c.
Sales provisions were 1 cask clear ba
con sides, SJic; 000 lbs. sugar cured
canvassed hums, 10,
Sales lard were 3 tierces refined, kettle
Fruit of all kinds Is abundant and
prices are very low, We note sales of
10 boxes choke peuuhet sold on Saturday
at40u; 20 boxes grod, 25c; 10 boxes
fancy 35c; 20 boxes good, 30c.
Choice cider vinegar Is worth 1C17.
Sales were, 150 bbls. Ohio river, $1 30.
Notice to Nhlppara.
The Cairo and Vlncennes railroad has
resumed receiving freight lor all points.
Root, Castle, Agent.
he OI.I Kellnnle. IlllaoU Ceulral
Is now sending passengers trom Cairo
through to Eastern cities without deten
tion. All lines irom Chicago are now
running their passenger trains regu
larly. Passengers for Detroit, Buffalo,
Pittsburg, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston and all points F.ast go through
without delay and on good time.
Jas, Johnson, Gen. Agt.,
.1. II. Jones, Ticket Agt.
Cairo, July 28, 1877. 2t.
sTnekfttfea ol Real and Comfort for
Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher, whose house
hold knowledge and perfect honesty no
oue pretutnes to doubt, recommends huute
keepert to us Wasbine, tbe new tubatitut
for soap. Bha say she la pleased with It.
It U a great saver ot time and labor, and
can no more injure clothing than common
warm water. Mrs. Bee her is light.
Wasbine has many great advantages over
soap. Jt washes lo one-third of toe time.
It almost entirely does away with rubbing.
Washes as wed in bard water as solt. It Is
the only article known that will preven
woolens trom shrinking, utberartUlee ts
sist somewhat In washing, but they Injure
the clothes. Wasbine .positively will not
These are iodii ot the qualities which
have made Washine so popular among tha
intelligent housekeepers ot America, All
w ho are not using Wastdue will not regret
it if they take special pains to procure and
give it a trial. Price, i and 10 cents. Sold
by all grocers.
E. I'. Kitukrra BlUrr Wine f Irom
bas never been known to fail in tbe cure ol
weakness, attended with symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, lnas uf memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
ol disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful borrorof death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ol the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic sys
tem, hot hands Hushing ol the holy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid countttnaLc and
eruptions on tbe face, purifying the bloed,
pain in the ba k, heaviness of the eyelids,
freipitnt black spots dying before the eyes
with temporary suQusion and losa of sight,
want ol atlentiun, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. K. Kuukel's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It nevei 'ails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. (let
the genu ne. Hold only In il bottles. Take
only K. K. Kunkel's.
Ask tor Kunltnl's Bitter Wine ol Iron.
I bis truly valuable tonic hat been so ther
ougbly tested by all classes of tbe commu
nity that it is now deemed indispensable
as a tonic medicine, ft costs but little,
purities tbe blood and gives tone to tbe
stomach. rt novates tbe sys'em and pro
I onlv ask a trial of this v.-iluible tonic.
Price 1 per bottle. K. F. Kunkel, sole
proprietor, No. IM) North Ninth street, be
low Vine, Philadelphia, Pa Ask for Kan
Wei's Bitter Wine of Iron, and take no
other. A iihotokTapb of the prop letor on
each wrapper; all others are counterfeit.
Beware of counter'eits. Do not let your
drugitist 'ell you any but Kuukel's, which
is put up on ty as above represented. You
coi getsix tiottlvs for five dollars. AU I
a-k is one simple trial.
TAPK WOKM REMOVED ALIVE.
Head and ail complete in iwo hours. 3o
fee till lira ciss-j. Seat, Pin and stomach
worms remded by Dr. Kunkel, t'ifS Worth
Ninth street. Advice tree, No ice untd
held mi. I all passes lu one, and olive. Dr.
Kunkel i the only succestful physician In
tin ciiiintiy lor the removal ol norms, and
his Worm Syrup is pltasant and tale for
child. en or grown persons Send for cir
cular, or ask for a bottle of Kunkel's
Worm Syrup. Price one dollar per bottle,
l.et it of your druggist It never fails.
W. H. MA EE AN, M- D.
Homceopitliic Fhjsician ri Surgeo
l r . 1 tt -igliarii' t Successor.)
Ollice 136 Commercial Ave.
M-im Cairo, Illinois.
Special Hlienlion given lo the trntimen
I tironir lli.eiufn anil ilisetses peculiar la
I. II. Mi'Lkky, I). T. Cine. .as,. I. M. Lansdim
MULKEY LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
I A1KO, II.I.S.
if- t il K: Ccimu.r. ial A venu, at office ot
Liii.'sar .t iJiiu'l'-n
sun i'.'tcie C'liv.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Eva
Title, Louisville, Cinoinnati
ana ail way landings.
Tht flesnnt si.le-wnefl SUslliei
AXTiaB. Pisxiiotosi... Master
Juaklcs PiKKiNoToit Clerk
I Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at f
o'cirxa b. ni.
The fleet steamer
Ras Howard - ..... ..Master
to. Ihosa Clerk
Leaves (.aire every SATURDAY.
Each boat makes close connections al Otlr
with first-class steamers for Ml. Louis, Msmv
pln M'l New Orleans, and al EvaaivllM with
IhsK.AC. It. U for all uoinla North and Kaal.
anil with ths Louisville Mail Simmers 16 k all
points on Hie Toper Ohio, prlvinjr through re
ceipt on frviKtil anil passengers to oil point
for urmer information apply i
JAM US HKKiS, rtiHirti AmI.
II AI.L1DA Y BK08., I
J. M. rHflaJHS, I
Or to O. J UKAMMKat,
Suiierintentlent and Otneral Tnia-hl Arat,
lu-a-'jo-lf . tLiaasTtlle lasSlaaa
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Ui of ths St Ourlcs.
RATES: $2.00 FEU DAT
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