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,iii;o iji:siness houses.
Nate.-- Any tuit-im n loin liin Iiuu: tliru'llii'-e
Rc in tin rnluniii ii it I-r ii'ini ii- tii'minia-
I Hit-rate ut ' S r nxmiti r !.! -i ) ai
ayullr ciiurterly in a hum
llitriluiire, Mvn anl Wrr.
A. 1 1 A 1 .1 .h l'i-,il' r in "t.iiiH.'l llisnl llnnl
,uli, luinl' li i"l limn-in' I -intnl i, Hue
n.O'l", KiiniM-nilon-, i " t l n -"'I l.jiMi'ii..
I I ( inriii.i ri lul Av-ii'i''- (octi I inr, mi'l J'iIi
i nrk ilmn- (. ii l"rl iinln
I II 111 li r
I, ,.!.; II KV Hi .ill r i'i hard un-l cull I miii-
,.-r, tliiolilrf, rcilililf, M-llni; ntll ion i.i.'i -I
ii.iii'.mi', l:.th ati-l i;liihKln i Mini' mil ;.ii'l
(I! :.i I WK I. Ill-lil at II I1 1 a II-1 .L-lllll't'lll .ill'lllll-'
I. VM A' I hi: A l;( I. Iii.il.-rs in in h.
I' 'i in, l.lin'l-., ell-., Imril iin.l hi, II IiiiiiIkt ami
'n.:k''' I U"t Uli'l iilll- I , I ullillii ri Ui llVCUliC ,
mi. 1 1 nil hi i i'i t.
lll.-l tFTl III '.
II. II Al! I'M AN I'liil-r in iin-i ii-w.m-, 'l..
I..illi-H uli'l Uli klll'li ll lltl.'V llllcl'-.. I ii. Mill T-
iif'.' r 1 Ui t-n-l.
W1I,I IM WlS'lKli-iXth hfrwt t..hiMt
limit' it iiYi-ijii- ihi'1 li Jr. in', I mii . . iiti',
i lofliintf iiik! 'Ii'r-tifiti( I Hiluriiiir.
JOHN AN'I lil M -Mt r. l.ftf.t ; I'.r .u.-M-;tl. i
in l;u'iy Maii'l iitimv. Mnhiu l.twr.
Ileal (m.itn ili ut i H
M. f. Hovvi.KV K ii i.,mrr a-. i,t. n..y-
,A .. Hi n-t t.tt, C'.ll'-.-u riit-, i-it;, it Ih-t
lot iiuit n I'icntH fir. ( MimiM iciul u-' iiiH', tif -i
it N iiiln ui.' I I fii tli - tji -t--t ,
Hi ki.i. I hi vi u.v. ouii
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I ' A UT Luliiiiiin -fi.il W'-iuir,
I iii'ti-rnl I m u.ir.'iiij it i I itiin -i ,n
U-T4 h:tM, lor tin- -.il- i r.iiiti, i . t i n, Mr-
1 ti r t ai I I 'ail'V I'l'O'llH. ,
i; A. Will El-" K A m
li i.i i.rrl I ir ii'lii t: 'til l t 'iiuiiii i'.n
int r'-liaii' uli'l 'Itr.itT! i-i ;.:( - t i nil! .ni-l
I'I oil tie', ' ' i t I- vi-i- ) oii-iiiiiM-tiM .
i it il, !'i ii'-, U I 'i ri. i-In 'I mi up mi -al i'.n .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL Ii. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho orly Rond Runring Two
Daily Tre inn from Cairo. '
Kiiut ynuluil in it:i ki:n !
Train Lftsivn Cairo I
! .') '. . Ki't F.t ;!--, ;irnv;i,.' in -t. :
1. 1, III- .v.'i '. m.; 1:1' Cd, 7 ''I, h.iii,
2 20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS- j
ViLLF. I'AbT LINK
K. rivini-' r. Clcclinnlt "', a.m.: l-'tl j
Mile, iv-''. a. in Iii'li " i"li-, I. I'i ii.iii.: !
I'u-MIigi l li' Ui t ; : 1 1 ll .ui.U' lit ub'i'.i-
CK ANY OIHEH EOUIE. ;
1:..H'I'. in. I- :i-t Mail with nl.-i-T-) atta.-Si.
' i .I, lor ! r. I.nl'h tiii't Hit Ai .1 1, i
airi'iirnf in .-t. Lo'il t '!i a.m. ' lit- I
i .'n at 4.:;ii .rn. Coium r'.iir u' H'iiti!
oi htl:ii.liair! Ivr (. im ilili i'.i, l.'H.I-Milc :
FAST TIME EAST j
r,.-i r.!-i'r I y llii Iiik; iro 1 1 1 r u l- 1 1 to ;
tiii' ht wiUinut any i..!u) raiiM1 1 i.y
Min i y liiti ri,i.iii.'.
1 - A ll.'lll' A M-ThKN'MiS' II! N
I IIM.M I'AlC'i Al:Hh IS KV
iiiRli tMNI'S !'llIM.
A I I'I .'i.
3G HOURS IM ADVANCE
nK an v . rni:u Km 1 1:.
A.Ui'il. -. lin lit i '-I c'Hiii'tlili. hi,' t!ial
tlii'V limki' l"'H' r I'Mi'' th in tlii "I.", art)
uro'ii-eut'l Ut.o-r lliK'iiL'li iiiorain:'- or a
li'-irf to iiii-!i ;i'i tin' ptiliii'-.
I III- tllti'UiTll tl'kl't- kll'l illl'llt" itiotl,
i.y .it lllinm- 1'i'ii'rtl I'.. It. Iii-jiot, i i:ro.
I KAl.';- A ItH I ', I A! I. Al.l'l
I i ii in.
fli'ti'l - ou'.lii rn A'.
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11.11. c I I. ... I l-l J .....If- II,..'.. I'
tlii- i t!-ct- ut fri"i Mi,-! ..' ii-i - in
lailvlia-. Mai.- t ': -i"i'.-l- Im
l.'-'lllli.-ll" I-' l!..UI l'i.' 1 lll"i "t
Si w ll i tli... I . t r'-a I Mi'-lil
in.. t r.-iiiiu k. il.li- r-in' -li'i. r. '(-'.
nii'l i.iciilni- -i-iit In-i' in ciliil
um-l -Kn. A-1-l.-i -- linn Aim A"
"II 'AH" 11 ' " Sniili -'. I'l.ilu
ik'l.lu.'i. I'm An in tituti'.n l..o
ii.;-. a Iiiv'h re ;i:tinti"ii l"i' tr'i'ur
aUr c"i.'l -' l in.. 1 rol'i .'1'iiial
- U 1 .
Kd. Iiraxtou has returned to his nhl
tatid in the Ib i-' r linildiu'. whefe In: is
bi tter prepared than evr to nceomtiio
ilatn his patrols and the public who
may favor him wi'h a all. lb: has fone
lo con-idcrablc cxpeu-e iii lilting up a
couple of nicely lurni-lied ro'iins, which
lie has provided with ail the late-t im
I'ovein 'tit, :iu 1 c liiycnii'iuvs. lie cin-ploy-
olny lit'-l-i lass workman mid tho-e
who pati'oliin Iiiiii will have their wants
iitteiidi'd to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. tl
ll't.-e, l.ooiuisis. Co.. dealers in north
irn lake ice, have n moved their ollice
Irom tho Corner ol' Kl'hth street and
I Ihio levee to the Ice houses one door below-the
St. Charles hotel, and aro now
delivering' Ice In all larls 'd Hi'' citys
Those ilesiiin' the cold Mull will leave
their orders at the new ollice, where tlicy
will ivccivo prompt attention.
.Iamks KAVAXAi-iiii, Milliliter.
Caiho, h.i.s., May 17. 1 "-77. .Vl.-lui
leilienl Aurnl l
I - Ml 1 11 II
It Is a luet which heeatno patent years
ft'o to the pHOplo of tini l uiled Slates,
that llo-tettuc's Stomacli Hitlers is a
medical njrent ol iincoinHl'in power, As
u eoiisi'ipienco of this recognition, its
silcs have lucreiiS'd immensely at home
and abroad, and It has risen to a I'nretuost
rank anion!; tin: proprietary uiudicines
of the day. Chemical analysts, niter
Mihmiltlnj,' it to the closest scrutiny,
pronounce It absolutely pur?, mid skllttil
mid conscientious mcilicitljpriictll loners
recommended its use A wide, riuijre ot
disiiiders falls within tno scope ol lis cur
ative, operation. Anions them may be
enumerated dyspepsia, liver 'complaint,
constipation, nervous ailments, urinary
mid uterine nflcutlons, rheumatism and
gout. H In ii supremely elllcaclons tonic,
hastens convHlcsnem:!', cheers tho mind,
imparts itppctite, mul promotes Bound
Uuy your tin Irtilt cans at the New
York Btnre nml save money. jl-J-Wt.
K. M. It. 1 .
1 !: anight, ol Hi' it iivi in Ui mi. I
Hi iim ll liiill Hie llr.l ui.. I llniil Mimlny
n ttti Ii nniiitli. (.iiimnirciitl u'.einii', M (liioi
Villtli III l-ltl Mn-rt, ul s p in.
Ii.IIN II. It'll mi , (, li. M
A'CAI.II.N I OI'IUC, Nil. M.
Knight ! I'viliiM, met Hi ry Kti-
t '4 'A 'Ihv niiil'i
niKi't i'i null I'liftl sown, in 'I'M
i han'-HliT l.'MinJiHii'tir.
' liiii.M ii.li nt Ui'lcf "i' 'I'M i'l-
II L .1 I, I 1. ll llllll.lC kl I 'Mi
( hum, iim tn every Ihunxlay iui'1.1
' ut lull!' 'C I i'i viii, in Itii ir hall on
.1 ! mil'. Iiitwi'di siiilli in) .S i itli
M ill L. II H i-, V i.
VMIih I'.NI. W I'MhNT, I l. O. K-.tncln
yc, ii.l'l ri !l.,wr' Hall nn lln- lliKt ali'l Hunt
I ,r ,1 III 111 iy III' III tli, ul hull - civil 011 I'll
, . I iiIIIMi'
i; MKu l.nliiih, N'l '.'17, A .F. ft A. M,
It'll I iiiil'ir i .' i ii : 1 1 ii ri ii annus in , ii
L JT. (i, iii II. li. dii'iir I kiiiiii' rcntl uvi'inif
ill I l.i.lilh (I'I'i't, nil tl": Ll'iuli't Klul
I'i M tin i'i ( U' ll I IK J Ii 1 ll .
j ut i in ui' n t;un-i.M'.
j J'.'ill Inilii I'. if u'lvi'itiniiK, an- Jii uu'l m-
ulili: I'I Al-VANi
'i raui-i. nl wlvotn uijt Mill I iu r: i ut tin,
rati' ol ll ' ,. r :. iiiiri' 1 ir II. c lit iiiK.'rlinii
uu'l Vii.i ntii luri'a.;li tili-i:iin lit one A liiiural
illM'j.l.il Will ll'' U.a Ic on liili.l.litf ml'l 'i.i-l'l
fur il.MTtiliK I'llliiTiil nntli'f tl N'iII'c "I
IhU'tiinr iii'n'ir.ii'tim or wi-rft oricrs f-o . i nto lur
'in li li.. . rtii,:i
l.'liiir' Ii, uiM'-iy, f i-i-iivul uii'l .iiipji.-r ii'.ti. i fi
will only iiif.i-iti'1 arf a'U rtn: iii'iil(i
Su alvi rlifiiii nl will 1 ri'iv'"l k'. I(".n O.nn
ii ii!!., aii'l no ami rti-i.il. i-nt vi ill In- m-i rt-.l
l'"l Ii-.- II, nil time 'l iilufH I'lT Minlith
I.O' l. Itl SIM MS AOI ( I S
(if urn' jifjiiui'i' (s litii-j i-i'.i 'cj or tuor'', in-
'iTtcil ill till' llt'I.I.KI is ii- lollnu -: ( I.e.'
than oik- .-iii'ir' (itintc'l it- it -ijn:ti''.)
t im: iii.-fTtliui jn-r ijtiarif - $ "'
Two iii-.-rti'in'. n-r -ijti,irr 7'i
Tliri'i'in-rrtion -r snjiiarc 1 ,
ix iti'i rtioti-pi-r -'jiiiiif 1 7.1
Two wrcUi .i-r -iH.tn.' - 1
(me iinuitli per ftiiiri'- '
Spi.ijiiil rui iii tde on larj'- u lvi i t i
ri. iit or tor ImiiftT tini".
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
'I ", !!i ''fc! ij,j. i(c t ' i-tin l''"i: ,
J.jHN REESE, Proprietor.
I h:- III Oil' i
I r"ni i"i I"
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h l.ri'.nl tw n it I.e.
.it. i ..-r-..i r tl'
. lip w 'i 1 r.'H'l. im I
l-n . I.:, :it lc..-l
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iin the cv' nit Mcaim r
I'i NMs.,i'i M ; :- r.
SIMi.W EVEXIMJ AKir -j.
I 1. 1 loan Iim
'1 h" limit will I' ave 'airo iit
l ivn:' at Coliiin'ms at o p. lit. II
!" ie (iliitntiti- at 7, arriving a
iit in. ( lic-itii-t trip ol the
lui tlic r inliirniaUoii apply to
.Iamk- Kt'.'.s, A;," i.'..
Tin i:.-iay. August i-;:.
I I ir I' I ' l.t;t:i '-, Mr. '" Will be
in I .i.ru w i: b ;t bill iuie ol - ample- in
our iiiie. ail wi-liin a lull -nil, or ov r
i ii i', -liuiiM "ive liitn a triitl :i- he i , d-
t riiiln' I I" I.
i p dnv n inoii'iplie-.
l-'n.isk Fi-' ill;::,
hai.t J'ailur, Kv ali-vi
I-H lino mill llr.n l.i l
K. c. lord has remove I his Variety
llra'ket .store to Wa-hintoii iivenne
in :.r Tenth Mrict. lie has opened a
l.ir,'c -toek ol brackets shelve.-, frames,
I'hroiuo-, picture cord mid t :i --)-. cur
lain ta-M-l- lam y nails, bat racks, etc.
1'i'ture Irainiiitf made a speciality
lifiUios iiiolllited in t'le ehe.ipe t and
he-t Hi''. 1"
A 1 .!.
To :ill v bo lire suilerintr Irom the
errors and iiiili-cictions of yutit'i. ner
vous weal. n -s, early decay, l'.es of lllilll
lii'ii'!, etc., I will M-nd a recipe that will
cur" you, ifi-i: of ehario'. This jrreat
ciiieity was discovered by a missionary
in S.iuih America. Send a self-ad-
lres-eil envelope to the l!eV. Joseph T.
Iiiiii, in, Slatioii I . Ilible House. ew
Vork i ity.--l-i-ilui
i uliiici i mm Ciller.
Merchants. grocers, and saloon-keepers
-li mid not tor,'ct that Messrs. Corli.s A
liiiiikin, proprietors ol the Prairie State
iiibacco Factory at Metropolis, liave
opened nn estatilistiuient at the corner
of sixt'i street and Ohio levee in this
city where they wil. do a wholesale mid
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line They liiive on baud the large-1
nml most complete stuck nl
obic'eo and ci.'ars ever tipi'iu il
in Cairo, and are prewired to
supply the wauls of the trade at Hie
lowest living prices. 1 Killers are in
vited t" call and examine their stock.
Unto Il 'iiu '.'
W illi its attendant troubles, eoustipit
linn, headache, loss ol nppetlle, gloum:
IK'ss, water br.tsb. distress alter ea'
lig, etc.: lfo take I myosin's radical
cure and he well. Its result is astonish.
lug, and sure relief is guaranteed in every
Ciso, where it is used as directed. It
assists diire.-tion, tones up the stomach,
strengthens tlm debilitated, restores a
natural appetite and as a liver regulator
has no cpinl. A clergyman ol Philadel
phia says : It is tho Very Inundation ol
health. To all who are sullcring from a
disordered stomach or liver, or who need
a gentle spring or summer tonic, we say
try It, and yon will thank us for tho -id-yiee.
Trial size J.'i cents. Sold by Har
Also agents lor Parker's pleasant
worm syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take, nnd requires
no physic. Price 23 cunts. Try it.
Mr. Louis Herbert, Ohio loven, Is the
ngent lor Moerleln's celebrated Cinchi
intlbcer. An extra line article, S-2w
.Ml. I.ijiii, Ilr rli it on Olilo k'Mt ) tin:
i'i'i nl al riitro Icr t crlii br.iteJ iloci
loiuV ( inciiiiiatl Im r, tin l t hwr on
tin- iincKct. '2w
. .i .iiiiii 'in ..
- l inl i'i .ill Itiinl li In i i
tini i In up in lln I iiiro in n I. ' I.
- Tlic rily laiiim il will ini iit in iciiliir
xe.-.ii.ili on next. Tiiusiliiy ty -nln.
Maj. Miiin l, lulu Hiipi l iiili liili'iit ol
tin.. I aiin aii'l S iiii'iiiiH'i iiillinH'1 li in
Hi- i ity.
- I. Ilili- llrlllirl, '111111 k'VPr. l ll
Mni'l l.'ln'n rclrlil'iili'il I 'i'lrliiliitll l.i;."i
In . r at u Inili-iili; ami ivtiiil. 2w.
cnli'rd'iy w.i.j colltTtiiij; day, ami
tin: "l ull' i.tor" wai out in lonr, innl ilis
Irifi'itiil liiin-i'll about town protni-(Mii-ly.
.illtilliKJIH llll'lll llllpoVl'fiil("j till'
liloo'l milt-- it. In- ki pt pun: by stntabl.!
Iini'l all l I lirn in i tli il) 111'. Hull's Itlood
n ui.tr weekly snle ol I nt:i:;
I altni'ii' w.il'eliou-i! will titke
lav. l.i't ull llij-e inliie-ted
oil band in tune.
--1 In- wink or lilbtii: Wnlnnt mid I' it'
ll eiitli -trei ts will be rotiipii'N'd ill tin:
c ull -i' ol it Week or ten day-, daily liUii
dun'' hi-i WClk Well.
Tlic Cairo ity llindery, A. IV. i'yatt
,. To., jiroprietors, i- now tinning out
woik "I ev.'iv di -eiiplioti in their line in
elu.-i and workmanlike manner, lin
iii- 1 .1.
d'Uii i- a !
it- eontiuue to iirrive, Atn'in
w --ion to tie. iirniy o b iby-
"Uiieiii' ;;irl baby at the p'-i-
i' ii.'''(i I r. M'ir.
All band- d iin''
. 1. Wheel' r, K-ij.. returned Irom
b''b".yati on Tu-'iday evening, Mm.
hi ' !' r and latnily uru doiti' well, and
wii. not i.i ' 1 1 1 1 lor .-.i-y ral weeks to
, 1 1 H' .
iiii'li-r-t tii I thr.t a tiniiili' i' ol
were i-i'i-i-d Ve.-tei'day, the pro-bavi:-:'
liiili d to take out lieen.-'e
i" I i-t hall ol the year ending ..m-1-t,
11. l! V
li I. K:i 1 -r, ii.-c.-Mir to L. it W.
Under, has a 1 id atel el.-jfimt stock ol the
line-t j--.V''.ry ol every description,
which In: i- --( llini; at the lovet ti'ures.
Live bini a c.ll, lw.
I'. M.Ward his fjonc into the ice
bu-i:i --, and i. new delivering pun: lake
Ice in all parts of tin; city. Orders left
wiih l.ini will reC'-ii e prompt attention,
and the jiuriry of the ice delivered .'uur
Have-, tic man arretted In Cairo on
Tuc- lay on a charge ol horse stealing
was taken to P.nlucah yesterday by The
steamer .Iim Fi-k. The hor-e which
Have- tried to sell here was owned by a
1 1 Very -table keeper in I'ltdilcah.
On next Siuiday evening at Turner
H ill Prof. I.ummcr will give a slight-id-hand
performance and variety eiilet taiu
ineiit lor the bem ti! of the children ol the
unfortunate Mr. and Mr.-, lloppie, both
ol whom are now conline'l in tin: South
ern lll.nois in-aiie ti.-ylum.
I Hiring the races on la-t Tuesday
ilill Sen" announced that he would
match Ins bay pacing horse against any
thing in the county fur one hundred dollar-.
Scott has a lat horse but we be
lieve there are several horses in the
county i 'pially, or pel haps faster.
Mr. Woodward and Mrs. Woodward
and daughter Teiinie, are .-till at Lock
port. New Y ork, win re they will re
main through the month of Augii-t. A
card troiu Mr. W. informs us that they
arc enjoying pleasant weather and hav
ing :i5of)d a tini" us could be expected
under the fiii-iiin-tati'. -..
1 1 all those v.ii'icuut.- iuplatcal tend
ing the exc'ir-ion on '.he Arkansas Hello
ouSiiuilav next to Columbus and return
are on board when the boat leaves Cairn,
she w ill have one of the largest parlii-6
that lias (rone out It'oin Cairo this sea
son. Tho i'lelleand her oilicers are pop
ular with Cairo people.
Mr, Mirx, the levee clothier, is hav
ing liis -tore room remoJled and relitti d
throughout, and when done it will bo
one of the handsomest and mot com
fortable store rooms in the city. A new
how window, dillerent. from anything
oftho kind in the city is being put in at a
heavy expense. Mr. tico. llendrick's Is
doing the work. When finished we
shall have something more to say about
I',y reference to the nolico of dissolu
tion ot the lirniol F.. it W. Under, jew
elers, to be found in an another column,
it will be found that Mr. Win. Under has
withdrawn Irom the linn, and not
IvhViird, as stated in the IU'i.i.i i in ol
yesterday morning. Mr. Kdwnrd Under
will continue the business at tlic old
stand, and solicits a continuance of the
patronage of their old Iricnds and
the public generally.
Col. W. N, Crouchon, general agent
of the .1. iV Ci. . U. Ii., Houston,
Texas, is ui the. city looking after tho in
terests of his company. The Colonel
-ays they want an outlet for 50.tKX bales
of cotton lor the ea-t during the coming
swason. We think tho Colonel struck
the- proper point when he landed in Cairo,
for he can tiud an millet for .0,OiiO or
JOlUHil) bales ol cnUmi at this point over
the Cairo and Yineeniies and Illinois
We ll ml the billowing in the Illinois
Statu Journal of the 2!'th: "A. II. Sal-
ford, Ksip, lor many years a prominent
hanker of Cairo, and wl lely known
through the southern part ol the stale,
died of appoplexy, on Iho lUih last, at
Hurlinuton, Vermont, whither he went
n lew days ago on a visit. .Mr. Sallord
had. been a resident of ('airo lor twenty
years or more, and had been Intimately
Ideittllleil with tho progress ol that city.
He was a brother ol ex-Gov. SaU'ord, ol
Arizona, and of Miss Or, Mary Satlord,
n w.n i mi nn.iimi miii ii i. - i r,-a)nt
who eninrd h Tilde rcpuUtion Hi
t lllneiit lio-pital inue rtuiina the war."
llii! Mipieliii! I'liurt ol tin: i liitu of
New Vot k Inns ileeided llntl, J. (.'. Aytr
o., id I iiwell, hive the koIii ri(lit to
im- Hie words cherry I'n lorul for a
inedii Ine, mid Im i-siied mi Injiinelioii
iiyuiii. t I). V. Ku.diton, ol New York
eity, lor IlinK Uutliton'ij i in iry IVc
tuial or cherry IVetontl li.eni.j, (,r
uny olhi r Uats ol the name) to deceive the
tin) publ'u . Tliis iltt i.-lon of the high
eoitl't includes nil dealers who sell uny
(luiilar tii'ticlr.'-l'url .leU' r-nu i ., .)
THE LATE A. B. 8AFE0BD.
Th I'niUi-uUrs of the Death of the Late
A B. Safford.
A Idler trout Ir. Mary Safloid llhlke
to Mr. II. II. t 'iiuiUe, received ye.-ti ldny
nioriiln, jrlvi' tin: particulars of the
death of ln r In-other, the late A. 11. Sal',
find. Tin: liillowinjt ixtract Iroin the
letter will he read by our reudeM wi'.h
'He had been joyous all day, plau
niii, ui iiaiiiil . lor the liappine-s ol oth
ers." .Our trip up Mount M ite-lield.
leaving thisaiiernoon, w:ii all planueil.
.Iiit at eveliini: I Wiilked Willi him and
Kiiicrson down to jfet tb mail. Your
cou-iu Kanny tame, and Annie and I
went to drive with her. .Vi: wen: gom
perhaps an hour, renirnitiif to the .-ton.'
lo see if Alfred and Liner-ou were then:,
innl we -e told thiil Allied had lalleu :n
npople .y, and wa' in a near druj; store.
He had lalleu on tlie i-idesvalk and bad
been liroilif Jit ill. We lolind him
silting in a chair, a dnetor and many
aioiind him doin' all tin y could. He
reeoiii.cd u, and spoke iiidv-tinetly.
We fit him into a hack and to thclioti-e,
and on a Inn jrot lii- leet into hot
nio-tard water, and the doctor asked him
if he eniild not drink iome water, and he
said "I'll try, ' ut.d that was the last he
-poke, ll'lbe'in to breathe heavily,
could not -wallow, and In lei than an
hour he I'dl pi ai'eliilly, without it ctru?;
jrle into the -h ep of death."
A CARD OF THANKS.
Rtv. Berj Y. George Beturm Thanks
to hisFrieuda in Cairo.
To tin: Editor of tin: lU'Li.KTI.v.
I think it is din; my friends in Cairo
that I should make a public acknowledge
ment of the many kindnesses tin y have
shown to my lauiily and me duriiijr the
short time we have been here. I am led
to "ive expression to my gratitude at
thi- particular lime in view ot a hand
some pecuniary gilt which the ladies ol
my church and congregation have pre
sented to my beloved wile on the eve uf
her starting on a visit to her parents
in Missouri. Let me say that the value
of the gilt was much more than doubled
by the expressions of confidence utel at
f"Ction with which it was accompanied.
This last act ot kiudii'jss reminds me
bow geiieroii- was our reception nearly
two years ago, and how liberally our
people helped us in furnishing the par
sonage. It reminds ine how tenderly
considerate they were ol my health last
spring, insisting upon my taking a rest
and lurnishiiiir ine abundant mciiis lor
traveling. These are but particular In
stances ot n kindness that has been
shown In very many forms. While 1
am mentioning these things, I iiiu.it not
tail to notice another which made rue
li-el as gi'Mtctul tif it it had been a favor
shuwu to iny.-elf. When I undertook,
j it-1 spring, by personal application to
individuals, to raU" the means for pay
ing the last remnant of an old debt upon
the parsonage, 1 met with a response
more ready and liberal than my advisers
had predicted or I had dared to expect.
1 certainly teel much better, now that I
sleep without a mortgage over ine, and
preach to a church entirely live trotn
i. Y. ': 'Ui'.i
( airo, 111., August 1, 1 "-77.
lliu ''Sim ' Man Wnuli hii l.xpliiiui
l.o.i. The genius ol the Cairo Sun, whom
our licrnian citizens persist in ilesignati
ing "die kleine kartoll'i 1" of the press of
Kgypt, doesn't understand the Un.i.i:
tin's position on the labor question, and
calls lor an explanation ot Tuesday
morning's editorial. Now, since the
editor ol the Sun has. with a recklessness
of consequences that Is quite appalling,
denounced the wrong and vindicated the
right that marked the late euihrogllo;
since no man can be in the least doubt
as to where stands in the present em
ergency, lie li 's the utidotibt.'d right to
know exactly where evcrylmdy else
stands. llcncn we give the
key to Tuesday morning's editorial
which but lor a few typographical "outs"
and "ins," "transposltions".tnd additions,
w ould have bem as clear as neon day,
even to the understanding of Mr. Davis.
Hut here is tlic key.aniltho leader having
used it, will have quite as lumlunus nn
idea of our position as lie lias oi ever has
hiidof the position ot tho Ohm leycu
luminary : "There is an antagonism be
tween capital and labor, and so louir as
otic ant agoni.es the other, which . it Is
the province of labor to resist any such
encroachments, then capital must, If it
does, give way. if. on the other hand,
labor becomes aggressive, and capital
has no other resort which it must yield
to the deduction ol the overweening
aristocrats, but one course is left to
the laboring man, wnerent his en
sanguined needs have brought the. same
dire alternatives on tho heads ot both ot
them, lieiiee we view, that unless con
dilution is essayed, the lliianciiil laxatives
eviceratrd Irom cither the onn or the
other, may be as essentially halite at the
very crisis of any labor convulsion to
develop a lull Vindication ol tlm laborer,
as if It wore the. blessings which the
minions ol capital have said it inevitably
will be in this country at all events; and
the white wings ol peace will heal
the cicatrice Ilia mob Inflicted,
liy tliu saino prorosscs that have, more
than a score ol times mollified the like
causations of Internecine commotion else'
where. If so, then by what rule
In giving expression to these couvic
lions, wo have, wo confess, followed In
tho loot-steps of the Smi man. Hut wo
I U0I1 I Curd JlDSCb u leauilTaa VAUIlllir
, ll..,... .. 4-.,nMlu- A-nml
I and we are not ashamed to say that we
have carelully followed it. Heme, it
Aii position on the laboi ipicotun ii
clear, vurs cannot be questioned.
A VILLAINOUS SCAMP.
A Scrap from the Hiatory ofth Villain
II all that is written Hud said ol tin
man Harris Cunningham, arrested a tew
days ago In I'uion City. Tennessee, on a
charge ol poisoning his wife is true, ho is
the deepest-dyed villain that ever went
unhung. We have seen a letter from
Mr. 11. A. Scever, a traveling agent lor
the well-known linn of W. . Kimball,
w holesale dealer in pianos and organs,
Chicago, in which Cunningham's life lor
the last two years Is pretty thor
oughly detailed. It scents that about
two year ago, Cunningham made his
appearance in itloomtleld, Iowa, where
for a short time lie billowed the business
of tuning pianos. Jiuring his stay in
Blooiiilield lie Iieeanm acquainted wifi a
young lady named. Mangle
King, daughter of a well-
known and highly esteemed
clergyman. Miss King, with her par
ents, I'ved In tin: little village ol Moid
ton, twelve miles distant from Bloom-
Held, Ciinniiik'hams' attentions to Miss
Kiim were not well received by the young
lady's parents, and he was forbidden to
vi-it Mis King at her lathers house
He then made arrangements to
meet her at the house of a
Irieiid, I'he meetings between them was
kept up lor sum,; tune, and finally ter
minated in an elopement. Although
the parents and Iricnds ot the you, g
lady made every effort to discover the
whereabouts ol the couple, It was more
than a year helore they were found out.
in -March, iso, Air. e:ver, who is a
triend of the parents ot Miss King, was
in Mound City, a id while there learned
that ( unninghnm had been there, but
that he had left a short time before and
came to Cairo. From Cairo lie" was
traced to Paducah, and from Paducah to
Cai y villc, and Irom there back to Cairo.
W hile at Cusi j villo Cunningham made
the acquaintance ot a young
lady ol that town, and ran
away with her, but being followed
by a brother ol the girl lie abandoned her
and she returned homo.
About a week after Cuniiiiighuui and
Miss King disappeared troai Hlooiulield,
a woman with two children claiming to
be Cunningham's wife came there In
search ot him.
We have seen a letter from Mr. O. J.
King, father ol the girl whom (.Tinning
him enticed from her home, in which he
speaks most feelingly ol her, and urges
upon Mr. Scever that if in his travels he
should lin.I her to try to induce her to re
turn home, promising her that
her parents and sisters will
receive her back with true parental and
sisterly love, iiut Mr. Scever, though
frequently hearing ot C'tiuiilnghan nnd
the girl, was never fortunate enough to
come up with them.
Tho news of the fate ot Miss King, and
ot the lact that Cunningham is held
for her murder, has been conveyed to
the parents of tlie poor girl in as gentle
a manner is possible, and word from
them is anxiously awaited.
We are indebted to Chief of Police
Al ter for the ln'orinatioii contained In
the above. Mr. Art:r lias in his pos
session several letters from Mr, Soever,
and one or two Irom the father ol the
unfortunate girl, from which we obtaln-
d tin: liters above stated.
Is a sad iittlietion to fuller trotn. it attacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
saci instant dread ol impending dangers,
the Damocles sword of imaginary evil is
suspended over, a morbid sensitiveness
of the thoughts and actions ot others,
etc. This disease generally arises from
an aflectlon of llu liver, stomach, urinary
lansotc, and can be successluPy com-
batted by the aid ol rest and light diet,
and tho use of a remedy which will re
store new force, promote secretions and
excretions, and give tone to the whole
system. Such a health restoring remedy
has been I on 1 1 il in the Home Stomach
Notice is hereby given to our Iricnds
and patrons, and to the public in general,
that the linn ot E. vt W Under, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Kd
wnrd A. Buder will continue the business
at tho old stand, corner ot Washington
avenue and F.ighth street, in ills own
name, he having assumed ull the liablli
itlcs and being entitled alone to collect
all outstandings ol the old linn. Hoping
that the same liberal patronage extended
to the jewelry establishment may be
continued In the liiture.
KDWAUII A. Hl'IiKK,
C.wiio. Ills., July ;Ust, LS77. 7-lllJw
The bar, and bar fixtures ol the
Hutcliers' and Drovers' Exchange on
Eighth street, between Washington and
Commercial avenues. Also the rear
part of the building, suitable for a resi
dence. The whole will be let cheap to a
good tenant. Apply to
It On the Promises.
.ollce to MUiTi.
Illinois Ckntiiai. Kailiioao, )
Caiho, July Will, 1877.
Trains on this road are ngiiln running
regularly. Freight lor Chicago, and
points cast, that can he reached by tho
Michigan Central, wilt be received and
lorwardod at owners' risk-the road
will assume no responsibilities Irom loss,
lit. (lonT Southern Agent.
A cottage on Ninth street, In good
repair. Apply to K. Dezoma,
ai-tt City National Hank
nolle to Hhlppera.
The Cairo and Vlncennes railroad has
resumed receiving freight lor all points.
Rout. Castle, Agent.
AllRIVtU AND Dhl'ARItUI.
Paducah packet, Jim Flsk, with a fair
James D. Parker from Cincinnati to
Memphis with an exctllcnt.trlp of freight
ItIV LK, WKAlllK.ll AND llt'St.NKsS. '
The river last evening was 17 feet 6
inches on the gauge, having fallen 8 2-5
inches during the past 21 bourt. The
rivers elsewhere are falling. The heavy
rain ol yesterday morning did not cool
the atmosphere much, and the forenoon
was among the hottest of the season.
Captain Dan Hrady of the cruiser, IL
C. Mitegcr is in the city on a business
and pleasure excursion. He comes out
on the 11. C. Macgcr in a tow days.
The hull of the Mary Houston hat
been purchased lor $1,000 by Mr. J. 11.
Pleasants ol Vovay, Indiana, who will
convert it into a barge to bo used in
towing hay and produce to New Or
leans. James Irvin, clerk ot the Elizabeth
hung his coat up in the ofllce with f sOO
In one of the pockets. When he went
buck the money had disappeared.
The I'. P. Schenck will puss here tO'
day for Now Orleans.
The Jim Fisk Captain Taylor, leaves
as usual for Paducah this evening Khe
is doing an excellent business consider
ing the dull times.
Uurcity fishermen, those who go to
the lakes ami (.'ache river, have struck.
They want bigger tlsh and more of them.
They say that Crundy Hrysnt catches
four pound black buss out of the Fame
holes that yield them nothing but sunlish
the size ot a half dollar, and alter they
have caught a string ot these midges, a
water moccasin will come along and
swallow the whole business.
W ill. S. II ayes of the Louisvalle Cour
ier Junrmtl, announces that he will write
river news on week days and confine his
jokes to Sundays. This is bad, because
ail the boys will want to pass Louisville
on Saturday hereafter.
Tho Paducah Aai calls the Sallie
Carney the Haby boat of the Tennessee.
Captain Mat W illiams, formerly ot the
Jim F isk, is now chief clerk of the Dick
Among the passengers on the Jim
Fisk for Paducah yesterday we noticod
Mr. Will It. Hayes with a pair ot bright
steel bracelets upon bis wrists, in com
pany with Col. Jim Long, of Paducah,
who came to Cairo lor Mr. Hayes and
ins valuable horse. The account ol
Hayes' arrest was given in yesterday's
Hci.letin. The Paducah -Vkim ol day
before yesterday has the lollowlng con
cerning the matter : " Yesterday even
ing a man went to Col. Jim Long's
stable, and giving his name rs Hayes,
hired a saddle horse to go out to see his
aunt, who, lie said, liyed a short distance
from the city. Col. Long Used up a
good rig, nnd the Individual rode
gaily away. This morning a
dispatch was received here slating that
Hayes 'was under arrest at Cairo,
and inquiring who owned the horse lie
had in his possession. Col. Long tele
graphed lo hold him and lie would be
there on the first boat. It is not known
whether Hayes saw his aunt or not, but
it is fully certain that he will ceo his
uncle not Birchard, but uncle Jerry
South at Frankfort." It the vigilanis
get hold of him ho will lie apt to go to
see Dick Turpin.
Ortliiiiture Nn. II.
An ordinance levying and assessing taxes
lor the current fiscal year.
He it ordained by the city council of the
city ot Calio.
Section 1. That the sum of thirty
thousand dollars is hereby levied and as
sessed for corporate purposes
upon the real and personal prop
erty within the city ot Cairo, subject to
taxation, as the same is assessed lor state
and county purposes lor the current
Section 2 T'.ie mayor and city clerk
ol said city ot Cairo are hereby directed
to certify to the county clerk of Alexan
der county, Illinois, on or bufore the
second Tuesday In August, A. D. 1877,
that the said city of Cairo requires
the sum ot thirty thousand
and dollars, to be raised by taxation, for
the current year, and tho city clerk Is
further directed to tile with said county
clerk of Alexander county, on or bofore
the said second Tuesday in August, A.
1)., 1877, a certified. copy ot this ordi
nance. Section 3 Whenever the county clerk
ol said Alexander county bus extended
the tax above levied lor the said city ol
Cairo upon the county collector's book
lor the current year, itsnati oe ine uuiy
ol the city clerk to ascertain the exact
amount so extended, and charge tlic same
iinoii his books to tho collector, and to
credit tho said collector with the sum or
sums he shall Irom time to time pay to
tho city treasurer on account oi said tax.
Provided the city clerk shall not credit
the said collector with any abatements
or forfeitures of said tax, until the same
im heen examined and allowed by the
dtv council; but it shall be the dury of
. - .... ...I- i .i. ....ta
tllO City CHTK lO ouiaill iioiu uiu tuiu
collector ft statement of any abatements
and forfeitures, and present tho same for
nnnrovitl ot the city council.
Sectiom. It shall be the duty of the
city treasurer, when tue county collector
simll from time to time pay over to said
irpimurer iinv city taxes, above levied, to
apportion and apply the same to the
1 ' . . 1 1 . I.. .. .....!....
funds nameu oeiow, m piupoiuun m
iimir- resnective amounts, as follows, viz:
To General Fund $22,000 OU
To Fund for paying outstanu
inir Interest bearinir city war
rants 8,000 00
Approved July 25th, 1877.
II knry Winter, Mayor.
Attest:-.!. IT. PniLLia, City Clerk.
FneknitP 01 Heat nnd Comfort Tor
Mrs Henry Ward Itcecher, whose house
hold knowledge and perfect honesty no
one presumes to doubt, rocomniends house
keepers to in-e Wsshine, the new substitute
for soap. She says she Is pleased with it.
It It a great saver ol lime and labor, and
can no more injure clothing than common
warm water. Mrs. Bee her Is right.
Wanhlna has many great advantages over
soap. It wushes in one-third of tbe time.
It almost entirely does away with rubbing.
Washes as well in hard water as sott. It Is
Uie only article known that will praven-
Anli-ni trnm shrinking. Other ertinles as
(t anmawhat In WaslltUS. bUtthCT InlurS
the clothe. Wash Ine Jpositlvsly will not
these are soma ol ths qualities whtoh
have mad Wesnlne 10 popular among tat
Inttlhuent hjutekeenan ol America. All
who ire not using Wasblue will Dot ragrcl
it it they take special pains to prooura aal
tllvaiia trial. Prica, 6 and 10 canu. Bold
by all grocers.
W. H. MAREAN.M.D.
HoasopiiHc Pijsiciaa ul Sirpo
Office 136 Commercial
2-l-lm Cairo, Illinois.
Sixclal attention riten to tha Imiiiia
Chrome Dkeaaes and dlaaawa .pacultaf ta
K. r. Hunkd'a Bitter Wla mt Ira
has never been Known to fail m tna eura ol
weakness, attended with symptoms ; India-
poauion 10 exertion, wu ot memory, dim-
t of breathing, general weakness, honor
lsease, weak, nervous tramblini'. draad.
ful horror of death, night sweats, eold faat,
wcaaocsB, uimneM. oi vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspepile 17s
tern, hot hands, flukhlog ot tna IxidT, dry-
ues 01 toe sain, pmuu countenance ana
eruptions on the face, purllytnn the btoad,
pain in the bark, heaviness ol the eyelids,
frequent black spots living before the eves
wita temporary sunution ana loss oi sign t,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kunkel't Bitter Wine ol
Iron. It novel Tails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Get
the senu'ne. Sold only in $1 bottles. Take
only K. F. Kunkel's.
a.k tor luniKei's mtier wine 01 iron.
1 bis truly valuable tonus has been so thor
oughly tested by all classes of the commu
nity tnat it Is now deemed indispensable
as a tonic medlelne. It costs but Little,
purines the blood and gives tone to tho
stomach, renovates the system and pro
I ouIk auk a trial of this valuable tonic
Trice 1 per bottle. K. F. Kuakel, sols
proprietor, No. 1A9 North Ninth street, be
low Vine, Philadelphia, Pa. Ask for Kun
kel's Bitter Wine of Iron, and take no
other. A photograph of the proprietor en
each wrapper; all others are counterfeit.
Hew are of counterfeits. Do not let your
druggist .ell you any but Kunkel's, which
is put up oiuy as snore represented. You
en get six bottles lor Ave dollar. All 1
auk is one simple trial.
TAPE WOEM REMOVED ALIVE.
Head and all complete in two hours. o
fee ti 11 hea passes. Seat, Pin and stomach
worms renided by Dr. Kunkel, 2,r9 North
-Niutli street. Advice free. No ice until
head snd all passes in one, and alive. Dr.
Kunkel is the only successful physician in
this country for the removal of worms, and
bis Worm Syrup is pleasant and safe for
ctitldi en or irrowo person. Send for cir
cular, or ask for a bottle of Kunkel's
Worm Syrup. Price one dollar per bottle,
(let it of your druggist It never tails.
f J. II. Mulkxy, D. T. CrsiQAi, J.M. Laxsdu
MULKEY LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law, .
OFFICE: Commercial Avenue, at office of
Llnt'irar ft I.anaden 3-i7-3m
nun iihm rtipv.
L .-J .. li
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evana
rille, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
Tbe elcirant slde-wneal steamer
Valtch n. PiifNi.yoTOiiM.rn..- ..Muter
JllAHL3 PlNNINUTON ClClk
t Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY atl
o'cioi-i v, m.
The flwt steamer
Leaves C'aira every SATUfiDAT.
R.rh boat makes close connections at Cairo
with flrnt-claiu steamers for SU Louis, Mem-
uliis ami New Orleans, and at Evansville with
the K. &C. It. K. fur ill points Nortiand East,
anil with the l.ouiaville Mail Steamers feat!
tHiiuia on Uie Upper Uuio, giving tnroufnre
ecitita onfreigble and paeaeogers to all potato
for urtner ininrniauon apuiy 10
.I.V.aKS IttUUS. Puiwiigcr Agent.
J. M. rHILUrs, J Agenia.
Or to O. J. UHAMMKR,
duiierintt-uiU'Ut and Unneral Freight Agent,
ld-9-A)-lr. Kvaniville Iuitiana.
WHOLESALE AND BJtTAIL.
IN TFE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Oornsr 19th St. and OoaaaaarelaJ Av,
G. O. PATIEE & CO.
BOOTS It SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syrmi,
Specialty in Teas.
Qoodt Delivered Promptly.
TTK. B. MtUTB
Physician & Surgeon,
Offioa la Winter's Work, eoraar Seveata aa4
Commercial Avcaue, (ealraaes oa valA.
aMdaiMO Thirteenth itnal, at Ot WesWafta