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j.ilKO BUSINESS HOUSES.
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tec, In till" column uiider appropriate heading
liberate r " ir mouth or aig pet jtar
ayable i uorwrl J in ivanr.
Hardware. ! Tin War.
A. HAM.KY-I'enler in Movca.Tinand llard
Aare, baiden ami farmers' Implement, M ira
ooda, Itcfrigerstoie, Pump and Ladders.
1 1 Commercial Avenue. C-utlerilig, and J""
7 ink done on short notice.
.1. S.Mcli AI1K Y-laalcriii Imril and Kill lwn
r, flouring, ceding, siding and purtjn -l
biiiila-r, lath and shingles. Ofhr and yiird
urut-r 1 weutieih street ami Washington avenue"
f.ASCASTlll A ItlCK-Dcalers In sash.
Soois, blind., etc., bard ami anil lumber and
ulngles. laid ami ullir, Commercial avenue,
urner I7lh street.
i. HA HTM AN lustier in (Vuecnswure, Toys,
Iannpa ami all kind ot 'fanny arlicln. I uiiimi r--.ttl
at tune, curlier "lb street.
WILLIAM WINTfcll Sixth stris-t between
amiiuerelalavenue ami Washington avenue.
4 lotlniig nitti Mereltiiiil tailoring;.
JOHN A NTICIM -Merchant Tailor and dealer
lo Heady Made Clothing. ' Uluo Levee.
ItClll KStrtUt Atff IM'll'V.
M. .1. HOWLKV-itral Kstale Agent. H'iy
ml lella real estate, collceta reins, pays Inn-,
luf uon-n-sideuts etc. Commercial avcuue, be
I neeu S In Hi aiul 1 ruth SlreeU.
Cotton aui Tohacro i actors and pro
prietors (if the fanners' 'I obmco W uiiiiou-a
t! & l-i Collllllllieri lal Avenue.
1 Central forvtiir-ling and Cumin onion
merchant, tor the Kale of r at in, i.aid-.-u, mi -.hard
and Hairy Produce. tihio Lciec.
Ii A. WH1.EI.OI K A I '.
j l.cneral forwarding- uti'l Commission
merchants, and dealers in ut) 1 inds of f ruit and
Pioduce, ol Ohio Lev-. t iiii.iKhincnta solie
,ted, Hu-nriU furnidicd on u 1 1 nii,n .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trama from Cairo.
Traina Leave Cairo
i. Ku-t Kxprcri., iirriviiiL' In
Km ui.; Cliicip.'o, '', a.m.
2. 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
ViLLE FAST LINE
Arriving n Cluclniiati a.m.; Louis
ville, s:i'i, a in.; '.u lunupoli", i.l.'i a.m.:
l'BBut(c.r by Ibis ti hiii mmeul above
OF AN? OTHER BOUTE.
1 M l. m.FatiIad itb sleeper utt:i-b-'
ed." lor .ST. LOl.'IS and UJICAI.O,
arrivins In St. Iul at a.m. '.'hi
i kko at i.M p iu. CoiiliecliMf at Mm
or KtlinKUain Ijr finciiiniii. I-onlvUle
FAST TIME EAST
f kf-eDirerii by tbii lln: K" tliroiip'li to
the at w'ltbout an) delay i ail-ed by
JPh Ali:UIAY Ar TKlfNO'iN IUK1N
UtiiM I'AlItO AKKIVK- IN NLW
VnIlK .MONPAV .MullMM.
a r in- ""
J6 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANV (iTHI.lt Kol'TK.
Adertleineiita of roinielin' lines tbal
tbey make better time than tbia our, are
are Issued either through ifnuraflcc or a
desire to mislead the public.
ror tlirour.li lirkets and iulornritmn,
tbPly at lllmoi' Central U. H. Depot, ( airo.
THAlNS ARltIM At CAiaO
I all -
:;'i p III.
I 1 a.m.
Oen'l Southern AP't.
.1. H. losrs, Ticket Airt.
Ilapp leuel lo oling lota llolo
the eflecla of errors and abuses in
Its rjearlvlile. Miniums! Restored. Iin- M
U . . rs i.
sllmenU to marriaiie reinove.1. ft
3 Sew n ethod of treatment, .saw
ir "a " utui rvniii iiiiiir irintii g t, .
7 ami remaikanie rvnieoirs. iwi" f
!? and circulars sent free In sealed
"S envel.tst. Adders Howahii As-g
KM W soi lArioM. 11h . Ninth st. rinla- H
0Q delphiii. I'a. An institution nav- r-
O g ina hik'h resuiution lor honor-"
able conduct and proifoduiiul
Eli. Braxton lias returned to his old
vtund in the Heier builJins, where he U
letter pri'pnreil than ever to accommo
date his patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call, lie lias gone
to considerabln expense in litting up a
couple ol nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest im
roveinenta and conveniences. Ho em
ploys olny llrst-tlass workman and tho.c
who patronize tiiui will have their wants
attended to ill style and will reeeive
courteous treatment. tf
Uiise, Looiiiis & (.'o., dealers in north
crn lake ice, have removed their oflice
Irom the corner of Kljrhth street and
Olilo levee to the ice houses one door he-
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
dellveriiii.' Ice In all parts of the citys
l'liose desiniu: tlic cold stull will leave
their orders at the new oflice, where they
will receive prompt attention.
James Kavasai'oii, Manager.
Caiho, Ills,, May 17, 1ST", fl-17-lm
A we II I
of I'iki ii on
It Is n fact which beciimu patent years
ngo to the puonle ol tho United States,
that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is
medical agent ol uncommon power. As
a consequence of this recognition, its
sales have Increased immensely at home
and abroad, and it lias risen to a foremost
rank among the proprietary medicines
of the day. Chemical analysts, alter
submitting it to I lie closest scrutiny,
pronoimcn it absolutely pur?, and sklliul
and conscientious inuilicai;practitloiiers
recommended Its use. A wide range ol
disorders falls within tno scope ol lis cur
ative operation. Among them may bo
fliutmerated dyspepsia, liver .complaint,
constipation, nervous ailments, urinary
and uterine aftoct Ions, rhoumatlsm and
gout. It Is a supremely efficacious tonic,
hastens convalescence, cheers tho mind,
Imparts apput'to, and promotes sound
Buy your tin irult cans at tho New
York store and save money. JH3-5t,
iiniti ,fc,jaf?f.r;saaaii i iwiimi.
The knlrhU uf the alsivr. order iiiei I i .
at Iheir liall itie Brt auOlhmi MouJiiy I
u vwli ini'iitli. Louiiun!iul aveuia. .
auiilh of I -Hi airrrt, ut t) p.m.
JdllN II. IKU.MKk, Ii. i
AHCAI.UN I.OlHiK, NO. M.
KnifthtAof Hylhina, mw-ta every Krl
'InyniKilt at hult-uil avn. iniMd-
rill'iwa' Jltll. lloai,
Chanci llor niiiinaniler.
At.KXASllhK 1.0IX;K. Ml. til.
VH. i... I ..t. 1 tl.. ..r I k.lM.fc',.1.
Vvt low. iiim Ui every 'ihurwlay niK'il
ai linli'.iiuttiwven. in their hall on
.'oniinerrial atenur. hetwei n hixtli anil Hefenlh
r. ita WILL ! ii- "'"i u.
'1AIIIO KNOAMI1WK.NT, 1. . O. F., meet
;iti il-ll-Pelliiwa' Hall on thr Unit ainl tluni
i mwliij in ivrry uiuulli, at half-l atveii
a :aiii l.oniii
H..II1C Hall, co
Nan.l KlUhtii m
:Alll' I.OI'iiK, NO.i'ff.A.I". 4 A. M.
i reulur oiikiiiuiiKJitinna in
cunier Coiiinieri-.iHl avenue
Ktreet, on I lie Be. on' ami
Mirth Moii'luv id ca..h inoiilh.
H A I I S) Y IUVKBI ISIMI,
If All bills for a-lvertminif , are due ami pay
able IN ADVANca
'Iranaient alvertiilnK Will t inm rted at t)i
rate uf II 'r square for the Ural incrlioii
and V C4nta tor uue.h uleuent one A lilxji ai
discount will be made on utaudinn and '!ipl
Kor inserting funeral notice H '"' No'.iueol
meeting of aovletiea or aei ret oplern ft" vuui lr
m l) Inarrtion
Church, Society, feotivaland .Supper Doticca
Will only be innertcd as advertiw-menU
S advertlwincnl will be received at less than
6" cenu, and no advertisement will be inserted
for lesrf than thn-e ilolhirs r month
I.Ot.il. Ill SIXIHN IH IS
Of one Kijtiun: (s Hum snic0 or inuro, in
serted ill Ut I.I.E1IN Hi- IdIIoWS : (I.Hfii
tliun nut: ciUiir.' f.'oiintcd in1 .1 siniarif.)
Ow: insertion jht sijuare - i W
Two in.-crtion h t sijuiire.-
Tliri.-fcliist-rtions kt sijiiarc
Six insertion.- jm.t sijuurf
Two wtrlis jii r -iti:irv
One month, hit itisinr
.k-(.'IhI rules luuile ou I;irji: u'lvcrtiri
riuT.la or lor Ionj.'er tinip.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
( I i n'ietli St'n I i' 1" !' (Hint Iluu-f )
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
I hi-in the oidt-d b.ke in tue sml It.
proprietor l"e,. ii" .ppoi iiinity t- imno
ll.le the piih r.
lie , el. vet ln--h hread IWiee a dn , V h Ii he
r,i eii- an or li r nth i pei-.n.a! or Uiioi,;u tin-p.,t.illo-e.
lie ba.er I'lpimi lirown bread, all 1 a" kirn."
01 l.skre Mllla'-le for UeipiMij: l-aMr. pail.e?.
I!0 (it l-. elr.
(jle bill. II trial Hi- motto i
of (t'"di at lh" i"""( 1'M-ohii'"!'' I
t in tlic tli't'.iht Steuun r
I'l n m n . i i s M.i t.r.
Sl .Mi.W EVENING
(to PiJ T'i I"'1
,. l llU illfl lM
s im a
. I II
'Mm bout will li-avi! f'niro at :.' p. ni. ar
fiMia at Colinnbui at 5 (i. in. I.Vmrinjj
enc ( oluuitjiis at 7, arriving at .. .ii i
ut 10. t 'ln ai Tt lrii ul tin' m u-oii. l or
luillu r iiilDnn.i'.ii'ii apply to
.Iami.s 111'.';". A' iit.
(lur n pieebtaiive, Mr. o':, will be
in Ciilo with a lull line ol samples in
our line, all wishing a lull suit, or over-
eoa', should give him a trial as he i f de
termined to keep down inonoplit s.
Meruhant Tailor, J.viiii.-ville.
I'lemres uml llrnei.eis.
K. (.'. Ford has removed his Vuriety
Bracket store to " ashmtoii avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
arj(0 stock of hraekels, shelves, frames,
rhruiiius, picture cord mid tassels, i ur
talll tassels titliey llliiK tiat racks, etc.
I'ieture Iriinint' made a speciality
t .'hroilios tiiottllted 111 tV- cheapest ami
To all who are snhVriiir Irom the
errors and inilisf.retion of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, los of nmti
hood, etc., 1 will fend a recipe that will
cure you, fne of eharsre. This great
emedy was discovered by a inis.ionary
In South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to tlic Itev. Joseph T.
Inman, Station I). Bible . House, .New
Vork Citv. 1-80-tiui
Toimrru uml t iaera.
Men liaiits.ji'ocerj, and saloon-keepers
shjuld not loret that Messrs. ('orlis A
Uaiikin, proprietors ot the Prairie ?tate
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estanllsiiinent at the corner
of sixtu street and Ohio leveo in this
city wliere they wil. do a wholesale and
retail lui.-iness in tho tobacco and cijrar
line. They have on hand the largest
and inn-t complete stock ot
obaico and cigars ever opened
in Cairn, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers nre in
vited to call and examine their stock.
Is a sad ulllictiou to sutler from. It attacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
Is a constant dread ol impending dangers,
the Damocles sword of Imaginary evil is
suspended over, a morbid sensitiveness
ot tho thoughts and actions ot others,
etc. Tills disease generally arises from
an ntlcctlon of t'.ie liver, stomach, urinary
orgnns.ete., and can be successfully elim
inated by the aid ot rest and light diet,
and the use of u remedy which will re
store new force, promote secretions ami
excretions, and give tone to tho whole
system. Such a health restoring remedy
has been found In the Home Stomach
A cottage on Ninth street, In good
repair. Apply to K. Dkzonia,
lll-tl City National Hank
I'lrat oflh NoitNflii.
Spraot, always ahead, has on hand su
perior saddle rock oysters in kegs, Call
soon as the supply Is limited,
Mi. I.oiii, lliTln rt on Otno luuc U tht
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i'l ' l"l L-cn.-mairu
Ii'in liCiiu iiiimU In it, Uic l Im lt im
I III' ll.HI'kl't. f'- 'V
-Mr. J. II. Oherly left for Springlleld
by the liilit train la-t lii;ht.
Min Nellie Antrim and Miss Maio
l'edriek have rcliii ucd from lli-lr vHt
to St. l.ljllis.
1 ho litllc son ot Mr. and Mrs. John
iates died yesterday. The child
was: tour months old.
Col. Dancy, ol the linn ot Torian A
Mancy, tobacco dealers in New Orleans,
was in the city yesterday.
The roll has been called, and -Mrs,
Ir. Stalker reports a new recruit a
bolllieiii"; boy. All bauds doing Well.
Mr. l.oui Herbert, Ohio levee, is the
agent or M.ierlcin's celebrated Cinciti
ii itibeer. An extra line article. S-Jw
I'eaehes never were more jilenty
th iii tills year, and they ure cheaper than
fi.r vears oust. Choice twitches Were
sold on the streets yesterday at 10 cents.
Kd. Under, -ueee,or to K. it W,
Under, has a f ill an 1 legaut stock ot the
tine-t jewelry ot eery description,
w hich he is sellint' ut '.he Jowi -t ligures.
live him a call. Iw.
I.-i't i veiling we were told that Mr,
Tom I oiter, who live a short di-tance
out ol this city, wa so very ill Irom an
attack ot chop ra inorbu- that ids life
was dc-paircd o!,
I-'. M. Ward In- gone into I lie ice
tjii-iin -j, and h now delivering pure lake
lee in all palls ol the city. Ordels li lt
withliim will receive prompt attfiition,
and the purirv ol the ice delivered guar
antecd. 1 2-im
The proposition to build a new bridge
aero.-s the Cache river on the Cairo and
Mound City road, is being iPseiKsed, and
it we are able to Judge the proposition is
endorsed by u large majority of citizens.
A new bridge i- bad! needed.
'1 lie excursion to Columbus on Sun
day on the steamer Arkansa- Belle will
be one of tie: lirgfst that has gone out
from Cairo this season. e predict that
one hundred couples will be on board
the boat when the leaves Cairo.
We i. grct to learn Itrat the little son
of Captain Ike Smith, while playing,
leil mid broke the large bone ol his right
arm ju-t above the (raptures received
several mouths ago. and w hich had only
lately healed up. He is having more
than Id- share ol bad luck, and v.e pity
Mr. I!. .P MM, an old and ex perl-
once. barber has taken charge ol the
shop on Kighth street, formerly occupied
by Mr. Lampcrt. Mr. McNill' is a white
man and an excellent barber, ami will
endeavor to give bis customers as good
work a- can be bad at any other shop in
I ,uro. lie solicits a than; ot the patron
age ol our citi.eii.s. o-o-'.'iv
Miss -Nettie A. i.imb-rl, Uaught r
of John Llmbert, died at her home in
this city at about s0;!o, k List night.
Mi l.imbert had been sick for only
about six days of gastric lever. This
will be sad intelligence to the many
tneiids of the young lady in Cairo, as
she was a levorite with all who kuew her.
1 hie notice of the funeral will he fciven
Captain Ben K. Blue, late agent of
the Ml-sis-i,pi Central railroad left Cairo
yesterday to seek a home in Indiana
where he proposes to enter the grain
trade, we believe. His lauiily will lol
low in the coiir-i! of a few day.-. We
are sorry to loo-c so good a eiticil, but
hope he w ill liuda plenaht home and a
profitable business among his new
Tin re n ver was a time in the history
of Cairo when there was such an abund
ance ol choice fruit placed upon our
market as this season. The supply conies
trom three states principally, but much
comes from several other states by rail.
Wagons from Kentucky and Missouri
thronged the streets yesterday, loaded
with apples, peaches, plums, berries, etc.,
and vegetables wiihout stint. The
prices for peaches we noticed rarged
Irom Y: to .10 cents per box.
The boys at tho court house had
some fun yesterday cruel luu though
it was. Jim Orange left his mule stand
ing at the pump near the court house
while he event to a neighboring saloon
to get a drink. During Jim's absence
some ot tho wicked boys got a romaii
candle, and tied it on the under side of
the donkey's tail, and then set lire to it,
and when the caudle commenced to
explode that was' the most thoroughly
astonished donkey ever seen. He got
righ: up oti.liis ears, and kicked as
though lie was trying to kick his shoes
oil. When the "shooting ' was over, Jim,
who was boiling over with rage, took the
donkey home and went to patching him
The Burlington, Vernioul, Fnr Vm
dij Thnti, speaklus ot the death ot Mr.
Sallord. Suva: "A. B. Sallord. F.-u.. of
Cairo, III., hen visiting Ins cousin, Mr, E.
(). Saflurd, of tho firm uf Sutlurd A
Humphrey, was discovered by Dr. c. P.
Thayer, about eight o'clock, last evening,
at tho corner ol Church and Cherry streets,
very ill, and clinging to a hitching post for
supper!. Dr. Tiny r at once carried hi in
Into Jonos's drug store, and touod liliu
tillering from a severe stroke ol apoplexy.
A carriage wni ohtnlned, and the sick man
was taken to the residence of tits cousin,
wherejie died two hours later. Deceased
was a prominent and highly respected cit
izen ot Cairo, cashier of the City National
Bank of that city, and president ol the
saving bank, lie was a brother of Uon.
A. 1. K. Saflurd, Governor ot Arizona, and
of Mrs. Dr. Mary Sallord Blake, ol Boston.
he was accompanied by his wife and ulster,
who were by him at his death. Ills age
was some Hfty-tlve years."
Meetloir ef ths Director of tb Citv Na
tional Bank -Reavlutlona on the Death
ot A. B. baiforU.
At a meeting of the directors ot the
City National bank and Lnterprise sav
lugs bank, ol the city ol Cairo, held at
the City National bank building, la
Culm, Illinois, on the :'d day cd August,
. )., 177, in memory of Alfred l. tsaf.
fold, late president ot the latter, and
cashier ol the lormcr bank, tho follow
ing resolutions were ollered and upon
due consideration ami expression of
opinion, unanimously adopted, as the
solemn sense ol the meeting, collectively
and individually, viz : be it
Hr.iolci-'l, By the united directory ol
the City ..National and Knteipiise eav
ings banks ot the city ol Cairo, now as
sembled lo do homage ami reverence to
the memory ol the late Alired I'. Sallord.
j.'it That in Mr. Sallord we
recognize, not only the original
lotinder ot the institutions, w hose direc-
lory are now here present to
mourn his untimely loss, but one whose
sublime Integrity, honesty ot purpose,
unsutiiasscd executive ability, rein, rka.
ble judgment of human nature, liuanci d
ton-thought and intuitive knowledge of
all that constitutes a perlect banker,
could alone tiav given to these InstiiH
lions the confidence they have in public
esliiu.tion ami the high and justly mer
ited tio-P.ioii they iiotv occupy, we are
tirou'l to sav in public favor,
.second That to I ho w arm heart,
generous Impulses and pure and lolly
desire of Mr. Sallord to found in this
community an institution wliere every
houe-t man, woman and child, could lay
up, and lem ive again with Interest, each
honest penny the people ot Cairo are
indebted lor its lirst sayings bank, and
lor his effort in that behalf, many must
ami will arise to "bless bis memory"
Third That as the head ol these
institrtions no iu:omiums can do
justice to his memory, uml no language
can adequately express the sorrow
most prolouml, or the los beyond esti
mate that we loci and have suffered In
the death ot -ueli a man.
Fourth I hat in the opinion of these
directors no nun in any community,
ever held -o large a share ol the public
be irt, or deserved it more than Mr. Sal
lord: in business, in public and private
charities in tho cause of education and
in social lite, his loss cannot be estimated.
Fir": h That to th'-great public business
heart ol Cairo, the unnumbered rrn-nds
ot the deceased, and especially ids de
voted wite mid relatives, we, mingling
our tears with theirs, extend prolound
sympathy, and give assurance that Mr.
Sallord's memory will i ver be cheished,
Sixth That a copy ot these resolu
tions be foiward -d to the wite of
tie- de.-( a-ed. spread upon the records
ot the city National and Knterprise Sav
ings Banks, published in the airo pa
pers; and that the assistant cashier
ol the City National Bank be, and is
hereby authorized and Instructed to pro
cure, "at the cost ot suhl bank, a suitable
lite,Mznl nnrtrait of Mr. Sallord. to lie
hnri!' in said bank, to the end that wi
who shall ever remember, may also
daily see the honest, noble, and generous
face of ihe founder and patron ot the
bmks whieh th-se directors represent.
P. W. Bahclav. Chairman
i. I). Wn.i.uMsov, Secretary.
Lab imn on the E M. Norton are com
pelled to Quit Work.
At about nine o'clock last night a dif
hciilty occurred between a lot of negro
strikers and a gang of laborers em
ployed in coaling up the towboat K. M
Norton. It seems that the men at work
on the boat had agreed , to coal tip at
the old price, '.M cents a box, which is
halt -cent under the price demanded by
the strik'-rs. The latter, to the number
ol thirty-Jive or forty, con
gregated about the boat and
warned the men at work
putting the coal on her to quit wofk,
unless they got three cents a box. This
the men refused to do, w hen the strikers
commenced to stone them, and finally
succeeded in driving them Irom the
boats. The mayor and scyer.il city
oilleers were present but seemed unable
to quell the disturbance, and at ten
o'clock the strikers were still hanging
about the boat and refused to allow the
men to return to their work.
This kind of work will not do. That
these men have a perlect right to refuse
to work tor less than they demand is
not questioned, but they have no right
to prevent others Irom working who are
willing and desire to work for the
old wages. They must understand that
to use lorce to compel men to leave their
work is a grave oflense, tor which
they can be severally punished, and
tor which they will be punished. They
must be given to understand that the
l.nv is supremcjaud that they can not vio
late ,it with impunity. In short
this spirit of tnobisnt must be broken up,
and the sooner it is broken up the better
be it will lor the strikers themselves and
the city at large.
From the l'aducau News of Monday.
The C iro llt l.LBliN of Saturday has a
very heavy seiisutlonal article on the sub
ject ol the man Cunningham, whose wile
died so mysteriously at I nion City lust
week, and says the victim was
"Mangie Meg, the daughter of a l'aducali
e'ergyman.'' There never was a clergy,
man named King in l'aducali of the Pres
byterian or any other denomination, which
iiiinouncemeni spoils that portion of the
ll l,i.KHN's story. The time he "took
her to Mound i Ity in a skill','' was the
tlnifi lie stole a skill' hero. He wanted her
to go down to Cairo on the Jim F'isk and
said that he would go in a skitr. She im
agined that lie was trying to desert ber und
told him she would go in the skill tno, and
they went down thu liver together, He
was not 'considered so much ol a gentle
man" In-ra ii" be seems to have been In
Cairo, probably because be behaved lilni
M il better llian ho did here. While he
was 'acre we are Informed that be "beat"
everybody promUcuoiHly, and his wife
st citird to be laboring under the impron ion
all the time that ho was trying to desert
her. We give tin ace tmnt ot him In our
issue of Saturday, which we have every
raason to believe was correct. One thing
ia certuiu. the woman whom Cumnnirliatu
is charged with poisoning was never a (flti-
zen of this place, exce 1 1 w nue ue wan nere
Notice to Miliieia.
I i.i r.Nois Ckntiiai. Railroad,
Caiiio, July 2Mb, 1S77. j
Trains on this road are again running
regularly. Freight lor Chicago, nnd
points east, that can he reached by the
Michigan Central, will ho received and
torwarded at owners' risk-tho road
will assume no responsibilities Irom loss
3t, Oen'l Southern Agent,
(tLMHAL 1 1 LM.i.
Tho lice and barges passed to St. Louis
Tho Vlrgie I.cc with a fair trip passed
Tho Golden Citv left Cincinnati last
evening tor New Orleans.
The Andy Baum will pass here to
morrow morning for Memphis.
Capt. Jim Ilees' new packet llattie
Noland will pass In re to-morrow lor the
Tho llattie Hooper leaves Cincinnati
.Saturday for tho Arkansas.
Nearly all the state rooms on the Vli.t
Shinkle were entered below New Al
bany and the occupants were relieved
of money and valuables. The thieves
used chloroform ou their victims. At
new Albany ofllcers searched all on
board but found nothing.
The L". P. Schenk was detained In the
Ohio by the fog and low water.
Caiitaln James J'aul has sold hU
steamer Hubert Mitchell to Captain J. A
Williamson and others just as she lays at
West Louisville. The transler was to
have been completed yesterday.
Captain Parisal's new steamer Alvin
Wad made a trial trip at Louisville
The Grand Tower, evening before last
had a spledid trip of Ireight and people,
Among her passengers to this city were
Miss Nellie Antrim and Maggie Fed-
rick. Pilots Kellogg and Oray ol the Ste.
Oenevieve came out In the Grand Tower
to look at the river. T.ie Ste. Genevive
leaves St. Louis to-day lor Vicksburg.
The Colorado is to come out in place
of the Belle Memphis next trip.
l Ice of IlUaollition.
Notice is hereby given to our lriends
and patrons, and to the public in general,
that the firm ol !".. i W Under, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Kd
ward A. Buder will continue the business
at the old stand, corner ol Washington
avenue and Kighth street, in bis own
name, he having assumed all the liabili-
itles and being entitled alone to collect
all outstandings ot the old linn. Hoping
that the same liberal patronage extended
to the jewelry establishment may be
:outlinied in the tuture.
KDWAUi) A. Bt'iiKH,
W il l. mm lit 10.lt.
C'Aiho. Ills., July 31st, 1ST". 7-12w
Hutu Ju l.vetin ?
With Its attendant troubles, constipa
tion, headache, loss ot appetite, gloomi
ness, water brash, distress alter eat
ing, etc.: If so take DaCosta's radical
cure and be well. Its result is astonish
lug, and sure relief is guaranteed in every
case, where it is used as directed. It
a-sists digestion, tones up the stomach,
strengthens the debilitated, restores a
natural appetite and as a liver regulator
has no equal. A clergyman ot Philadel
phia says : It is the very foundation ol
health. To all who are sullermg from a
disordered stomach or liver, or who need
a gentle spring (r summer tonic, we say
try it, and you will thank us for the ad
vice. Trial size 25 cents. Sold by Bar
Also agents lor Parker's pleasant
worm syrup, which Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take, und requires
no physic. Price 23 cents. Try it.
The bar, and bar llxtures ot the
Butchers' and Drovers' Exchange on
Kighth street, between Washington and
Commercial avenues. Also the rear
part of the building, suiUble for a resi
deuce. The w hole will be let cheap to a
good tenant. Applv to
l.Ol'IS 111. A l l AN',
it On the Premises.
notice lo Mi I i pern.
The Cairo and Vincennes railroad lias
resinned receiving freight lor all points.
UoliT. Castlk, Agent.
I'm clt iijfc oi Heat mid Comfort for
II red Women.
Mrs. Heiirv Ward Beecher, whose house
hold knowledge and perfect honeaty no
one presumes to doubt, recommends house
keepers to Use Washine, the new substitute
for soap. She says she Is pleased with it.
It is a great saver ol time and labor, and
can no more injure clothing than common
wiirni water. Mrs. Bee her is right.
Washine has many great advantages over
soap. It washes In one-lhird of the time.
It almost entirely does away with rubbing.
Washes as well l'u hard water as solt. It Is
the only article known that will preven
woolens trom shrinking. Other artieles as
sist somewhat in washing, but they injure
the clothes. Washine .positively wilt not
These are eome ol the qualities which
have made Washine so populur among the
intelligent housekeepers ot America. All
who are not using Wastdne will uot regret
it if they take special pains to procure and
give it a trial. Price, b and 10 eents. Sold
by all grocers.
Public, notice i hereby nlven that in pur
suance and by virtue of a certain order, JudK-
i .i..nw ni' the ciutitv court of Alexan
der county, state of Illinois, made and entered
, .. . ..!. A 11 S7C.
at me reoruary leriu oi nm (.mi .,
upon the application of the undersigned, ad
ministrator 01 tne esiaiu u i.auia
deceased, to said court for leave to tell real ea-
...... oi niMt a.liiiiiOsinitiir. on Tuesday.
.ii.,,,i i,,M dMiii .Hinie to nav uic ueuis ui -
mi,,, ..in ..r. ....... - , , . , . .
.Inly ltth, l77,ul the hoiirol two o'clock In the
attrrnonn, at the front door of Uie court bullae
in the city of Uuro, In aain county aim aiair,
,.iv... m ,mlilii x le tn the highest and best bid
der Hie In lowinir oescrineu real esuuc u.ior.j.
The east half of the north-east quarter
of aectlou four l(), In townahlp .so.
yoventrvn (111. South IIWKe NO. IWI)
i -1 ...-, ,r ii,e .1,1 iirinciiml meridian,
In aiiid county; also sixleen (In) lots, .No, one
(I ) In IwelVl'lUJIiolllincill'.lve, anu nua.umi-
seven( o) lii forty d") both.inelusivo, In block
v., ii.irieen 1 1 .11 in the fourth (Uh
addition t aid ntjr of (alio "as the
said lots are designated nd dea
cribed on the recorded lliup or plat of aiua Cdyt
-ia,. it o. iwentv-loiir 124). In block No.
Ill'y-llve ("''), In the llrst addition to said city ot
i uini u,,,l ,n b.ia thirteen (I. II and fourteen
(I I), In blocs No. seventecn(U), in the city of
La Kill I', in I tic county of La Sado, ami stale
aforesaid. Said real estate Is to be sold for the
payment of the Ccbis of the an hi estate, and
the same will lie aold for nne-half casn in hand
and the balance In six and twelve months With
good personal security and a inortgige, ur
inorlguge, on the preiu'ae sold to secure Iwl
ance uf the purchase iiu-nev .
Caiho, .TiineO. 1STT Admlnisirmnr, etc
$999 every month in the business we
furnish, but those willing lo work cau easily
tarn a doaen dollars a day right In their own lo
ailitiss. Ha no room to explain nere, Busi
ness pleasant and honorable, W omeu. boys
tnd girls do as well aa men. Wj will furnish
you a coinulcte outfit free, The business pays
better than anyudag else. He will hear ei
uenseofstartlugyou. Fsrtlculan ft.e. W
ind see, farmers and mechanic, their ton
and daughter, and all classes ia need ol paying
work at borne, stwidd writ to u and burn a
iboul the work at once. Now is tb tint
don't delay, AdCmi Taoi A Cu. Augusta
CAiao, Illinois, lutftDAT F-vusti,.!
August 'J u;7. (
There Is little change la the condition
ol affairs here. The weather is very
warm, the thermometer ranging from
05 to 03 degrees. We have had several
tine rains during the week, and reports
Irom all sections are that crops of all
kinds are doing well.
The great railroad strikes are about
over, and the railroads are all running
their tralns.regular ugain.
The flour market Is unchanged.
Choice and medium grades are scarce,
and in demand. Prices are unchanged.
though weaker, and purchasers of round
lots could undoubtedly obtain conces
sions. Low grade flour Is in fair supply.
and light demand. Sales ot choice and
medium grades since last report have
been liberal and exceed those ol the
same number ot days at any time since
April The hay market presents no
.more encouraging aspect than at the
date ol our last report. The demand Is
confined almost entirely to the local
trade and to the belter qualities ot hay
Receipts arc light, and the supply on the
market small, though adequate lor all
inquiry. Prices are steady at previous
quotations There is a good demand
lor white corn and arrivals are promptly
taken at 5354c. There Is orrtv a light
stock on the market. Mixed and yellow
is in limited supply and fair demand at
OieTjWc There Is no Improvement
In the market for oats. The demand Is
very light and prices weak at quota
tions. Beeeipts are light and there nre
but few on the market. The supply,
however, is large enough to answer all
inquiry There U a lair supply ot
meal on the market. The demand Is
good and prices steady at $2 8."i2j2 DO for
city at $2 75(a;2 80 for good country
The supply of bran on the
market is light and prices steady at $12
fJijlU The sales of tobacco at the
Farmers' warehouse to-day comprised
S7 hogsheads leaf and lugs. There was
a good attendance ot buyers, and all
offerings were taken at good prices.
The pi ices obtained ure a little In advance
ot those of previous sales Pototoes
are In fair supply and steady at 40(X45o
per bushel, and $150175 per
bbl. .according to the size ol
the barrel and quality ol the potatoes.
1 hey are selling from country wagons at
4()-g;-irc Poultry is plenty wiiti a
lair demand. Prices are steady at quo
tations Eggs are abundant and dull
ht7i-3e There is very liltle choice
butter ou the market, and the demand is
active ut 10(a,lSc. Receipts are light and
arrivals are taken promptly at tho above
quotations. Common butler is plenty
and dull. Sold at any price Fruit of
all kinds is very plenty and prices nre
down. Choice peaches lu one-third bush
el boxes sold to-day Irom 20 to 30c, and
common as low as 10fVijl5c. Apples ure
plenty and dull at any price.
Ra.es by river are unchanged,
(jaTOiir friends should bear In mind
tlut the prices here given are only lor
sales from lirst hands In round lois. in
tilling orders and for broken lots it Is
necessary to charge an advance over
these ligures. "8
'The flour market is not materially
changed. Choice and medium grades
are in light demand at quotations. Sales
noted wree 150 bbls. lamily $7 25; 100
bbls. XXX $G 7.V7-J7; 75 bbls choice
family, 7 25; 10U bids choice family,
?7 50; 100 bbls. low XXX $0 75, 100
bbls. XX $G00; 100 bbls. choice family,
$7 25; 100 bbls. choice family, $7 25-;
1,200 bbls. various grades. $iJfc8.
'There is a good demand lor white corn,
and arrivals are promptly taken at 511-fcft-ic.
Yellow nnd mixed is in limited
supply and fair demand at 025ltc.
Sales white were 1 car white In sacks,
00c; 1 ear white mixed in bulk, 53e; 1 car
white In sacks, Glc.
There is olny a.local demand for hay.
Tin1 supply is light and receipts limited.
Prices are steady at previous quotations.
We note sales ol 1 car prime Timothy,
11 50; 2 cars choice mixed, $11 50.
There is no Improvement in the condi
tion of the market for oats. The demand
Is very small, and prices are weak at 1)4
tjf,35c for Northern In sacks. We note
sales of 75 sacks Northern at H5c; one
car Northern in sacks, 34c.
Sales at the Farmers' warehouse were
S3 hhds. leaf and lugs as follows: $7 00,
6 50, C 00, 0 50, 6 70, C CO, 6 05, 0 00, 6 20,
6 23, 0 80, 6 30, 6 CO, 6 35, 6 00. 6 00, 0 00,
C 10, C 05, 6 70, 7 00, 8 25, 6 50, 6 25, 5 40,
5 70, 4 35,3 00, 500, 4 50, 3 25, 3 00, 3 00,
5 CO, 4 05, 5 00, 3 25, 3 05, 4 10, 3 15, 5 05,
5 80,500,500,4 00, 5 05,3 10,3 20. 5 35,
3 20,5 00, 4 00, 5 00, 3 20, 4 40, 5 05, 2 00,
4 50, 2 95, 5 20, 3 10, 3 00. 2 90,4 00, 2 90,
2 00, 2 70, 3 05, 4 00, 3 50, 3 70, 3 55, 4 55,
3 50, 5 00, 4 CO, 5 30, 2 95, 4 20, 4 15, 2 00,
4 00, 3 00, 5 05, 4 05. 2 50.
City meal is in fair supply and fair de
mand at prices quoted. Country is goc d
stock an.l limlUd demand. Sales noted
were 50 bbls good country, $2 00; 100
bbls city, $2 00; 150 bbls city, $2852 90.
The supply Is limited and demand
light. Prices are steady at $IJ13.
Sales were 50 sacks, $12; 100 sacks, $13;
50 sacks, $13.
Potatoes are In lair supply, wltl
They are selling I 8
country wagons at Irom 40 to 45c. Ii at
rels they are worth $1 50(31 73, acc d
Ing to the sl.o of the barrel and III
quality ol potatoes.
Poultry of all kinds Is In good supply,
aud steady at prices quoted. Sales were
10 coops ycung chickens, $1 251 73; 6
coops hens, $2 50; Scoops youug chick
ens $1251 73.
Eggs are plenty aad dull at 78c. We
note sales oi 150 dozen 7Jo; 10 boxes 7(3
8c, 4 boxes, 8c; 100 dozen 7c,
Choice butter is scarce) and la demand.
Common and low grades aro plenty tad
dull. We note sales as follows : 100 lbs.
Southern Illinois, 15Jc; 10 tubs Northern
dairy, lOftlSc; 20 palls Southern Illinois,
Fruit of all kinds Is abundant and
prices arc down. Choice peaches are
worth 20 to 30c. per box, and common 10
folic Apples are abuDsiant aad dull at
any price. Sales ot peaches noted were
30 boxes choice 20(V)23c; 10 boxes do, 30;
40 boxes common, 1015c.
Choice onions are worth $1 75(12 per
bbl. There Is only a HbIi'. sun-olv on the
Safes salt were 280 bbls at $1 30.
Vegetables are plenty and prices are
very low. Tomatoes are selling at 40(4
50c per bushel, and cabbage at $44 50
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Hational laak BnUdiaf, vp-atalri.
7h Oldest EaUbUahed Aconey la South
TO llUnola, repraaanUnc oti
t65 OOP OOP
Stale of Illinois, County of Alexander.
Circuit courtof Alexander county, SepUm
ber term, A. o. ISiT.
Kilmuna K. O'Brien vs. Edmund 1). (iaraifhty,
tugeue (urag ty, Jacob II. Hurrough, Jose
phine (jaraghty 11. .sleviu and J. Slevm. bill
Ailidavit of the non -residence of Jacob Bur
rough, Kugene (jarughty, 11. Slevia and J.
Sleviu of UiedelemlauU above named, having
been tiled in the olllce f the clerk of said Cir
cuit court of Alexander couaty, notice ia here-
nyvlven to the saiil aon resident uelendanta,
Hint the complainant has tiled bis bill of com
plaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on the Uist day uf May, A. u. If77, and that a
summons thereupon issued out ot sal i court
sgainst said d lendauta, returnable on the
third Moudar of Mar, a. d. IST7. as is by law
required. And an order having been entered of
record in said court at the .May term 1S77, there
of, that said cause stand continued . with order
of publication Now. hen-lore, unlesa you,
Uie said Jacob II. Rurroitgh, Lugene Uaragbty.
II Slevin aiei J. slevin ahull persoually baand
appear I fore the said circuit court of Alexan
der couuty on the llrst day f the next term
thereof, to be holdei at the court house in the
city ol' Cairo, in aahl county, on Hie llrst Mon
day of September A. n. 1S77, and plead, au
swerordemurto ihe said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same, and the matters and things
therein charged and stated will be taken as con
Jessed, and -a decree entered agaiust you accord
ing! to the prayer of said hill.
JoHS A. REEVR, Clerk.
Jims' 11. Met kit, Complainant's Solicitor
Calm, ills-, July 1.1th, a d s77. sw.
Public notice is hereby elven that by Tirtue
of a uereeof Ihe couuty court of the county,
ol Alexander in tne state ot ninois.
undcrcd at the Juue term of said
Court, IH77. upon tho application of the
undersigned, to sell the real property uf the
cstataol l.ouhi .Samunno, decen.seil to jay the
debis of ihcuiiuie, 1, Harmon ii. Wick, admin
istrr.tnr de bonis nun uf the estate uf Louis Naa-
Suuno, hue of said county deceased, will sell at
public vendue, on tne .list dav ot July, A. 1'.,
Is; 7 at the f out door of the court house iu the
eity of Cairo at wo o'clock p. m ot said dav
to the hiiri.est and best UlCder to ) ay ine ueots
uf said Louis Nassanno, Ceceused, the following
described real estate, to-wit: Lot cnht (s) In,
block seventeen (17), in the II, st addition the to
city ol Cairo, siuiale in said county and state
having thereon a Hue two story brick building
adapltd for busiaess and res-.deice. The said
property will be sold absolutely and ireefrom
any incumbrance, including Ihe the widow, a
doner, which will I rebused lo the purchaser
without nirtJrer consideration. Terms or sale:
One thoiiaunil dollars and one-half of surplus to
be cash in hand, and the lialjucx In six month
from tune of sale. T he deferred payment must
lui eviueuced by thi purchaser's note drawing
six percent Interest with person ii security,
and side morUaite upon the premises sold.
Hated June -an is,..
llAIMOS II. TtLACK,
Adtiiin'striitorde Isinis non of the estate of
Louis Nassanno dUl
Kstate ot John Craig, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator or the estate ol John Craig
late of the couuty ol Alexander and state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that ho will appear before the county court
ot Alexander county at the couit house In
Cairo at the August term, on the third
Monday In August next, at which time
all persons having claims against said estate
ao n itllied and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted. At
pel-sons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make im uediate payment to the
Dated, lhi anth day of May. A. D. 18.7.
.Iamks L. .Sandxrs'
All sutlerers trom this disease
anxious to be cured should try Dr. K iss
uer's Celebrated Consumptive Powders.
These powders are the only preparation
known that will cure Consumption and all
diseases of the throat and lungs indeed,
so strong is our faith In them, nnd also to
convince you that they are no humbug, we
will forward to every sutterer, by mail
postpaid, a free trial box.
We don't want your money until you are
perfectly satisfied of their curative pewers.
If you life Is worth saving, don't delay tn
giving these powders a trial, as they wil
kiirulv iMirn vnu.
Price, lor large box. sent to rny part
of the United Slates or Canada by mail on
receipt of price. Address,
ASH & BOBBINS,
360 Fulton street. Brwoklvn. N. Y.
Estate ol Timothy 0'Cllahan. deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of the e-tate of Timothy
O'callaban, late ot the county of Alexander
and State ol llliuols. deceaaed, ht-rer glvee
notice that she will appear belore the
county court ol Alexander county, at the
court hens In Cairo at the August term,
on the third Monday in August next, at
which time ali person having claims
gainst aaid eatate are notified and rt
I quested to attend ror tne purpose ot having
a. tbe s ra tdjiu'ed. All pron Indebted
" tn said estate are renuesUd to make Unme-
jut paimeni to tne unceinigntu.
Uaua mil 19 a nay i ,1 n, a. w. is.i.
Bridget O callhm.
Offloa 136 Commercial Art.
3.1.1m Cairo, IltlaoU.
gpectal attention glvta to tb trmnta
Chronic Di.t and dlea.peuluw
l-ahst tvsi.Tiiunaa- mBaaSt
I , ii. Monster III. Oil llrW.
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