Newspaper Page Text
1 r nnl.
A cilUje on Ninth street, in good
repair. Apply to E. lo.u,
:tl-tl t.lly National Hunk
Pli-rnrea unit Brnrkeie.
E. C. Font ha rcnmvrd Ills Variety
market sloro to W ahinttMi avtoue
near Ttmth strwt. lis Iihs opened
larjje stock ol hrakit". shelves, frames,
rhromos, picture cord Mini tassels, cur
talu taelv lani'y nails, hut ruckx, et.'.
Picture training inaili! a speciality
Uhroiuoa mounted in the clioupMt and
M8t style, lm
To all Mho arc gnArring from the
errors ami indiscretion of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, Ions of man
hood, tic, will send a recipe that will
1'iirts you, free of charge. This great
cintMty was discovered by a tnistionary
in South America. Send a self-ad-dressed
envelope to the Kcv. Joeph T.
Inrunn, Station I), Hlhlo House, New
ork City. 1-W-tiin
Kd. Braxton has returned to his oid
stand lu the lU-ler building, where he is
belter prepared than ever to oceouiuio
date hi patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call, lie has gone
to considerable expeww In fitting up a
couple ol nicely furnished room1!, which
he haa provided with all the latent lm
roveincnt and convenience, lie em
ploys olny tlrst-class workman and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. tl
Muse, l.oomiR & Co., dealer in north
trn lake lee, have removed their otllee
Irota tho corner of Eighth Ktreet and
Ohio levee to the Ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering Ice In all parts of the city
fhose desiring the cold Htufl will leave
their ordera at the new office, w here they
will receive prompt attention.
Jamks Kava.nalgh, Manager.
Caiho, Iu.A., May 17. 177. 5-17-1 in
Tobarro snl turn.
MercltanU, grocers, and saloon-keepers
should not lorget that Messrs. Coriis A.
Kankln, proprietors ol the l'rairie tate
"Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an establishment at tho corner
of Sixtn street and Ohio levee In this
uity wherethtsy wil. do a wholesale and
retail business In the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and most complete atoek ot
obacco and cigars ever opened
In Cairn, and are prenared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Oeaicrs are in
vited to call arid examine their stock.
Aollreor ulaauliif ion.
Notice in hereby given to our liiends
and patron,and to the public in general,
that the linn ol E. &. W Under, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Ed
ward A. Iiuder will continue the business
at the old stand, corner ot Washington
avenue and Eighth street, In his own
name, he having assumed all the liabili
illcs and being entitled alone to collect
ail outstandings ot the old til m. Hoping
tint the same liberal patronage extended
to the jewelry establishment may be
i ontlnued in the luture.
TVll.I.lAM 111 DKK.
Caiho. Ills.. July 31st, 1977. l-'.Uiw
Is asadatllictiontoMiQcrlrom. Itaitacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
i a constant dread ot impending dangers,
the Oamocles sword of imaginary evil Is
suspended over, a morbid sensitiveness
of tho thoughts and actions ot other,
etc. This disease generally urises from
an aflectlon of the liver, stomach, urinary
organs.etc, and can be successfully com
batted by the aid of rest and light diet,
and the use of a remedy which w ill re
store new force, promote secretions and
excretions, and give lone to the whole
system. Such a health restoring remedy
has been lound In the Home Stomach
Have yon Oyppi ?
With Its attendant troubles, constipa
tion, headache, loss of appetite, gloomi
ness, water brash, distress alter eat
ing, etc If so take DaCosta'a radical
cure and be well. Its result is astonish
ing, and sure relief is guaranteed in every
case, where It is used as directed. It
assists digestion, tones up the stomach,
strengthens tho debilitated, restores a
natural appetite and as a liver regulator
has no equal. A clergyman of I'hiladel
phia says: It Is the very foundation of
health. To all who are sufterlng from a
disordered stomach or liver, or who need
a gentle spring or summer tonic, we say
try It, and you will thank us for tho ad
vice. Trial size 25 cents. Sold by Rar
.elay brothers .
Also agents lor Tarker's pleasant
worm syrup, which Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take, and requires
no physic. 1'rlco 25 cents. Try it.
A .irtllcnl Agent of l'neiiiinon
It Is a tact which became patent years
ago to the people ol the United States,
that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters Is a
medical agent ol uncommon power. As
a consequence of this recognition, its
sales have Increased immensely at home
and abroad, and It has risen to a foremost
rank among tho proprietary medicines
of the day. Chemical analysts, alter
submitting It to tho closest scrutiny,
pronounce it absolutely purs, and skilful
and conscientious medical,'practltloners
recommended Its use. A wide range ol
ilisoiders falls within tne scope ot its cur
ative operation. Among them may be
enumerated dyspepsia, llvor '.complaint,
constipation, nervous ailments, urinary
and uterine aflections, rheumatism and
gout. It U a supremely elllcaclous tonic,
hastens convalescence, cheers the mind,
Imparts appetite, and promotes sound
A cottage with lour rooms and kitchen,
situated on the southeast corner of Fifth
and Walnut streets. The house U In
excellent repair. Apply to
At John McNultv.
J 1 JL- "J1.
kVm. K, (,""
Tl klMi si the abort nplrr mm
I at (heir hull (lit Hrl and third slomlav
a to month. Commercial avenue. i'J dour
'jutli ol I -Hi mrl, at p m.
t Jdiiw l. Hoi MHJi. (i, ,M,
AHCA.LOH LODGK, VO. 61.
Bnljrbis urTythlaa, meta every Kit
nay e is lit at halt-past Mvn, id Odd'
t hanrrllor Linuianler.
Af.KX ANIIKK t.OIK.K. NO. !4
JT, lniriMilDt Oritur f 0lt-rl-
V- J lows, ntwui rytry ItiumUy niht
mmt'r it hall paM vim, in llinr hall un
millHTi:nl nvrnui', lirtwren MUD uvj nevrtHD
r'ti W iu. h. Hawkins, N. U
M.VIIM) KNIIAMPMKNT, I O. O. r.,mept
Vin iliM-reilnwt' iiall on the flratud third
I inrfloy in rvi-ry niouUi, at blf-iMt Msveo
A. CouihusC P
CAItlOI,OI)(iK. NO. OT. A. r. A A. M.
lloM ri'irulsr corninunimlioiui In Ha-
on Hall, corner Comiiii-rvlal avenu
uil KiKliih itrwt. on the Kjcond and
oiirth MomUy of iwh mouth.
RATKM OF All KBrihl ..
rJ-All bills for Klvertiu,f , are lue tad py
1j1 in auvahcb
Tmnitieat advertitlug will U inurted at Ui
ruU f 1 OU per iijuare for the first inmrtioB
and in cent for eocu nubiwjiicnt one A litxral
discount will It nude onutuniling and diapl
for InwrtiuK Kunorul notice 11 en .Voliwol
ruwtioK of societies or secret orders U ceaU for
Church, society, FentiVkl end 8upier notices
will only be inserted M ttlTertisemenu
Ke advertUrnient will be retired stilus U.sn
M cents, and no wlvertinenifnt will be lun-rud
for less then three dollsrs per nioeth
I.OCAI. Bl NI.NKam .OTK FS
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted In the Bcli.ktin us follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square $ &0
Two Insertions per square.. 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 60
One month er square 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise.
ents or tor longer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owim: to the present hard tiroi'S and
smriMiy ol money, 1 will, alter tliu dkte,
Hrral at :10c. er doren, or
I.oavra for a Oonte.
Aleo Cukes. I'ies, etc., at prcportioiiately
These )iomn are ot the very t e-t in the
city, and will reioiuine nd tlu-Ui-elve as
J, f 'Orders liom abroad will receive
Kit ANh KRATK V,
I'rop'r Union Hakery.
i oinineroial Ave., bet. 4th and ttli ct.
Cairo, Augiiet , 1"77
VEL)NE.D.YV, August 9, 17
Li ner nl lienir.
lh piity I nited Mates Mar-I.al Ham.
Irvin, has gone to Chicago.
Col. Low, ol l'ulaki, was visiting
friends in Cairo yesterday.
Squire Thos. Martin and Os. (Jrecn
ley, of Goose I -land, were m the city
The sailing crafts -'Alto" and "Hor
net" run another race to-morrow after
noon. Slientl Satip is now forcing the col
lection of personal tax, and won't take
any more promise. The money must
come now. j
(Japt. N. S. rennington, general
freight agent for the Cairo and Vincen
ries railroad, returned to the city yester
slay after several days absence.
Lost, a gold earring red coral set
representing the bead of a woman. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by leav
ing the same at thin olhce. 3t
The remains of the late Mr. Satlord,
will be con.-igned to their la-t resting
place in the cemetery at lilue Island
this morning at eleven o'clock.
The new temperance society, which
we hope may be ol much good to us
hardened sinners, met at the residence ol
Mr. S. I). Ayers last night.
The city council met in regular ses
sion last evening. The proceedings were
simply routine and uninteresting. The
ofhVlal proceedings will appear in to
morrow morning's Bt i.i.miN.
Lost, on Saturday Lust, a pocket
book containing a sum ot money. The
Under will be liberally rewarded by leav
ing the same at the iii m etis ofhee. 3t.
Circuit Clerk John Heeve has gone
to St. Louis, it is said he w ill bring a
whole "nigger show'' back with him,
lie has gone on the hunt of minstrel
A fine large picture of the late A. B.
Saflord has been purchased by the La
tiles' Library Association, which will oc
cupv a prominent place in their library
Several horse races are being talked
up by gentlemen ot this city and neigh
borhood, and it Is probable we will be
given at least a day ot his kind
ot sproat before very long.
Fishing and plcnlclug parties are be
coming very popular with our people,
young and old. A party composed of
quite n number went out yesterday, and
two will go out to-day.
Ed. Buder, successor to E. & W.
Budcr, haa a full and elegant stock ol the
llnest Jewelry of every description,
which lie is selling at the lowest figures.
Give him a cull. Iw.
Wanted, a white woman to cook and
do general house work 1h a small family.
References required. Apply to Dr.
Marfan, residence corner of Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue. 5-1 w
The State Board of Health will meet
In Cairo Thursday, November 15, at 0:30
a. m. at the office of Dr. Wardner, No.
Ill Commercial avenue, lor the examin
ation ol applicants for certificates to
practice medicine, and for the verification
The ica.ion for amttccuients is close
ut haud, and another efforts will be
made to bring Fred houglas to Cairo,
to deliver a lecture.
lien .lenkens, charged with kicking
two up town youngsters, was up before
'Squire Oshourne yesterday. Ho was
lined live dollars and co.-t ami dis
cliarged alter paying the cash.
F. XI. Ward has gono into the ice
business, and is now delivering pure lako
Ice iu all parts of the city. Orders lelt
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the Ice delivered guar
anteed. 1 2-1 m
Another meeting ot the olllcials and
members of the "Alexander County
Agilcultur.il and Mechanical Associa
tion," will be held In a lew days, when a
committee to canvass the town and
county for the salo of stock shares will
John Kogers was very disorderly
about the streets yesterday, and was
therefore arrested by an cflleieut police
man. He told his story to Judge Bird,
ami was lined five dollars and costs, and
sent to the lockup for ten days. He
A large lorce of hands were at work
ye-tcrday removing the track of the
Cairo'and St. Louis railroad In the vicin
ity of the new levee. The bank in the
locality mentioned is caving in very
rapidly, and the railroad company have
found it necessary to remove their track
four times within the last ten days,
The name ot the man who was
killed near Charleston by a St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern railroad
pasvngir train, on Monday morning,
and ol whom we spoke yesterday, was
John Clark, He was u section hand on
the above named road. It is supposed
the deceased was intoxicated and laid
down on the track to sleep.
Auction on Walnut street, between
Fourth and Fifth streets, this afternoon
at 3 o'clock, by Winter & Stewart. A
rare chance to obtain a tirst-uJass No, 1
cook stove with all the utensils, and
other articles enumerated in an adver-1
tUenieiit eNewhere in this morning's
The auction of the city authorities
is called to the bad condition ot the
sewer on Washington Sawenue between
Elaventh and Twelfth streets. This
sewerhas "caved in" in no less than three
places in a distance of less than eighty
tett, and in the event ot a hard rain there
will be no outlet lor the water that
usually collects on the low ground In
the vicinity of Twelfth street and Wash
ington avenue, back to Thirteenth and
Walnut and Fourteenth and Ceder
streets, The matter should be looked to
Ueturus from the country preeincts
of the county come in slowly, and up to
last evening only two precincts had been
heard from, and tlice were Santa Fe and
Goose, Island. If the county generally
iias gone as these precincts indicate It
has Judge Dud's majority in the
seven country precincts will be enough
to overcome Dougherty's vote in the
city, and give Duff the county by a
small majority. In Santa Fe the vote
was, Dutl, 15; Dougherty, 3, and Young
blood, none; and in Goose Island, Dull',
23; Dougherty, 2; Youngblood, none.
The temperance people to a goodly
number were iu attendance at the meet
ing at the residence ot S. I). Ayers last
evening. The meeting was an interest
ing one and a plan ot action decided on.
Mrs. M. B. Holyoke, lecturer and organ
izer and corresponding secretary ol the
Woman's Temperance Union of Illinois
was present, and took an active part in
the proceedings of the meeting. This
lady will deliver a public lecture on the
subject of temperance at the Atheneum
on to- morrow, Thursday evening. Mrs.
Holyoke Is said to he a fluent and able
Anna has a new literary and library
society, and.lts members propose giving
entertainments at l.'ssery's new opera
house in that town on the 14th 15th and
10th of this month. The proceeds will be
devoted to the purchase of bokj, etc.
The most popular young fotfot, the
towns of Anna and Jonesbofe assisted
by a professional, Mr. Harry Clayton,
make up the cast of characters in the
great play ot "Under the Gaslights,"
w hich is to be presented. The cause Is
a good one, and it is to be hoped the
enterprise will be llttingly patronized by
the people of those places.
A letter and telegram received yes
terday by Mr. Hyslop trom Mr. H. H.
Candee contains the information that the
funeral of Mr. Satlord will take pla:e at
Blue Island to-day, Wednesday, at 1:30
o'clock p. m. Mr. Candee accompanied
by Mrs. Satlord, started trom Burlington
witli the remains of Mr. Saflord
on Monday morning, and will arrive at
Blue island this morning. On receipt of
this information C'apt. W. P. Halliday
took the afternoon train yesterday to
attend the funeral, Mrs. Saflord had
concluded to remain East until October,
but changed her mind and came West
with the remains of her husband. How
long she will remain in Blue Island, or
whether she will return to Cairo soon we
do not know.
Dr. Phillip Anderson, ol Columbus'
Ky., was lu Cairo yesterday. Dr. An
derson is very severe on Harris Cunning,
ham, the man arrested at Union City for
poisoning his wile. He says Cunning
ham not only killed his wlte, but also his
child. The doctor attended the mother
at the birth of the baby, and says Cun
ningham is a heartless villain who de
serves hanging more than anybody.
Cunningham left Columbus lu a very big
hurry, taking with liim money that be
longed to another man, when on his
way to this city, alter being discharged
at Union City last week. Cuuninirhatn
came through Columbus, but was very
uneasy while there, and got out ot the
town as soon as It was possible lor him
to do so. The father of Cunningham's
victim, the llev, O. J. King, was In Cairo
on Monday. He was on bin n ay to Union
City, to take the remains of the dead
woman home for burial. He is a man ol
about sixty years of ago. Tim deepest
grli'l was iuipictcd on his every leature,
and it was with the greatest effort that
lie could speak of Ins dead child without
giving way to tears.
Ou Saturdsy last Dr. K. Waldo, sur
geon, In charge ot the United States
Marine Hospital at this port, removed a
tape-worm twenty (20) feet long from
one of tho hospital patients. The man's
namo Is Robert Schauh, and his home Is
lu St. LouU. lie was employed on the
tow-boat Atlantic, and entered the hos
pital a short time since suffering from
lever, and while treating him lor this
disease the presence ot worm was dis
covered. We saw blm at the hospital on
Monday, and he appeared nearly
ready to leave, and was
very happy over the loss of his trouble
some acquaintance. After accompany
ing Dr. Waldo through the Mar
ine wards, where we found perhaps a
dozen patents all doing well, we took a
look through the Citizens wards at the
kind invitation of the principal, Sister
Mary Edwards. There were only a lew
patients in this ward, either because the
city Is exceedingly healthy, or the sick
are sufjering elsewhere. In answer to
our inquiries, the sister said that they
did not receive so large a patronage as
one would expec; from a city ot the
size ot Cairo. Perhaps, It was partly
because people did not know how well
they were prepared to treat diseases.
We would like to say here that we found
all the wards of the
hospital roomy, well ventilated
scrupulously clean, and attended by
curses of whom the patients speak In
terms ot highest praise. In addition to
the general wards there are rooms nicely
furnished on the 2d tloor tor those who
maywirh them at a small additional
cost. Adjoining these reoms is a parlor
well furnished and pleasantly located
which patients occupying the rooms are
allowed the use of and this opens upon
a shady porch that runs around two sides
ot the building, over looking the hos
pital grounds. These rooms, with
nurses, medicines and board are fur
nished at ?2,00 per day. The patient
has the privilege of euiyloying any re
spectable physician be chooses. In
the general wards the charge is $1.00
per day without nursing, medical
attendance and every thing furnished.
The hospital physician is Dr. H. Ward
ner of this city, and one of Its most suc
cessful practitioners. We would think
that young men, who have no homes
here, would seek the hospital in attacks
of sickness in preferance to remaining iu
boarding houses or hotels.
Mrs Reese Dugaii, who went to the
sunken steamer Golden Rule, near
Vicksburg, on the Ecktrt with her hus
band Captain Dugan, returned home on
Baird & Sumerwell, who lor sever
al mouths past have been moving houses
in Missouri, hive returned to the city,
and have just completed the work of
moving Mr. Burger's house on Filth
Mr. Wood, ol Charleston, Is in the
city. .Mr. Wood is rellttlng one ol the
mills at Charleston, and is in the city pro
curing some new machinery. John T.
Rennie, at the Vulcan Iron Works, is
getting out the machinery.
Judge Bird has been making some
improvements In his ofllce. A sub
stantial railing now divides his honor's
"pulpit" from the mob of idlers and
loalers who are always to be found
lounging about our police courts.
Mr. E. W. Green, of the firm o
Green, Wood A Bennett, ot this city, ac
companied by his lamily left the city
yesterday for a six weeks vacation lrom
busines cares and perplexities. During
their absence they will visit St. Louis,
Bloomington and Chicago, and spend
three or lour weeks at Sheboygan.
Hon, A. H. Irvin Appointed Deputy U.
The attention ot the United States
Marshal for the Southern District Illinois
having been called to the tact that a se
cret organization is said to exist in this
city, having for its object unlawlul in
terference upon the part ot reckless and
evil disposed persons, with the rights and
property of railroad companies and
others in this vicinity, this is to give no
tice that the Cairo and Vlncennps railroad
Is in the hands ot a Receiver, under ap
pointment of the United States district
court, ar)d is therelore under tho control
ol the authorities ol the United States.
Any interference, either direct or in
direct, with the business of said rood, or
with its laborers or employes, or the
property under or within the control of
such receivers, will nut be tultrattd, and
will subject the offenders to like punish
ment as though the title to the prop
erty was in the United States,
Alex, II. Irvin,
Deputy U. S. Marshal.
Caiiio, Iu.., August 5, 1877. 3t
THIS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON,
3 O'CLOCK, AUGUST 8rit, 1S77,
at the residence ou west side ol Walnut
street, between 4th and 5th streets.
(second door from Crn strut.)
One flue No. 8. Cooking Stove and
I'tensllsBedsteadsand Mattrassei, Glass
and Queens ware, Kitchen Safe, Tables,
Curtains, Mosquito Bars, Round Tables,
Covers, Waslistand, etc.
WlNTKR Si STKWAKT,
- To kipper.
Illinois Ckhtrai, R. R. Co.,
UKN L AOKNT 8 OKKICK
Cairo, Aug 4, 1877,
Regular fruit train leaves Cairo every
morning (except Saturday) at 9 o'clock,
. Jamrs JoaxsoN, .
5-3t Gen'l Agent.
Alfred B. afford.
(From the Burlington (Vj ) Clipper )
This gentleman while visiting with his
wife and sister, his cousin, E. O, Saflord,
Esq., of this city, was stricken with ap
oplexy and uled shortly after, on Friday
last. Mr. Saflord was born in Hyde
Park, In this state, January 23, 1822. At
fifteen years of ago ho removed with his
parents to illiuois, and lived at their
homo near Chicago till about eighteen,
when he entered upon the study of law
lu Joliet, Illinois. The piofession was
not agreeable to hlin in practice and he
entered upon a mercantile career;
this be pursued with suc
cess for several years, when he removed
to St. Louis, Mo., where he carried on
the commission business till he accepted
the position of cashier ot a bank located
in Suawneetowu, ill. There, as every
where, be strove to further the best In
terests of the public. Up to this time
there tiad been no public schools carried
on In that part ot the State, and their es
tablishment was due to his enurgy and
liberality, lu 18&U he removed to Cairo,
III., where he has ever since resided, and
occupied the position of cashier ot the
City National Bunk, and since its estab
lishment, PreMdent ot the Savings Bank.
The announcement of his sudden death
has been received, not only lu the place
where ha resided, bill throughout, the
state as a public calamity, where bis be
nevolence and hi purity of character
were universally recognized and appre
ciated. He remarked ou the day ot his
death to a gentleman with whom he was
conversing, that his greatest pleasure In
the acquirement ol wealth had been in
using it for the good of others, fie was
the bright light and cheer of a Jarge
social circle, but by none will he
be so missed as by the widows, the or
phans and the poor to whom he gave
aid and counsel, In him the publls
schools of his city have lost a wise and
faithful worker lor their best Interests.
Mr. Saflord was a brother ol A. P. K.
Saflord, Ex-Gov. of Arizona, and of Dr.
Mary J. Saflord Blake, ot Boston. He
leaves a devoted wife, and a loving sister
who were with him at tho time ot his
death, and w ho have the kindest sympa
thy ot all. His funeral was at tended
on Sunday afternoon, the Rev. Ed
win Wheelock, ol Cambridge, offi
ciating. On learning ot tils death, .Mrs.
Saflord received numerous dispatches
from Illinois, extending h.'r heartfelt
spmpathv in this her crushing bereave
ment, and the Past Grand Master of the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, of
Illinois, residing in Cairo, at once re
quested that the Order here confer the
last solemn rights, and a goodly number
were in attendance at the funeral and
nerloimed the sad duty; so, although he
died almost among strangers, still he was
among brothers and friends. His re
mains will be taken home lor burial.
The .Vote of Pulaski County-The Ha-
Moixd Cnv, Ills., Aug. 7, 1S77.
To the Editor of the Bulletin:
Below is the vote of Pulaski county lor
the candidates lor circuit judge :
Precincts. Dough'ty. Youngbl'd. Duff.
Mound City 103 37 28
Caledonia 53 4 3
Grand Chain 32 42 14
Villa Ridge 70 10
Total Vote 32 i 83 G7
Pulaski, Ullln and Wetaug precincts
did not open pclU, Total vote, 474.
Dougherty's vote over Youngblood,
241; and over Duff, 2."7.
No interest was manifest In the elec
tion, and as the vote shows there was no
politics in if. J. W. C.
Frank Black, late barkeeper on the
A. C. Donnally, committed suicide at
Gallipolis on Monday morning by shoot
ing himself through the bead and heart.
A letter tound near 'he body gave di
rections for burial, and stated that the
act was deliberate but assigned no cause.
He leaves a young wife and a child.
Navigation is suspended at Pittsburg
on account of low water.
Captain N. S. Pennington general
freight agent of the Cairo and Yluccnnes
railroad returned to the city yesterday.
Captain Jas. II. Pepper is superin
tending extensive repairs on the Thomp
son Dean and when completed, she is
expected to be handsomer and a mile an
hour faster than ever she was before.
Her wheels are to be raised and the
number of buckets reduced.
Pilots form the south report 8 teet at
Osceola nn I BristowsCut Off. Those
from St. Louis report 7J feet.
The Golden City tor New Orleans, and
Laura L. Davis for Sc. Louis, are due to
day. The Vint Shinkle for Memphis,
should have passed down last night.
Pilots Seeds ol tho E. O. Stanard, and
Arnold ot the II. C. Yaegar, swapped
places when thoso steamers met at Com
merce, above here.
The II. C. Vacger, is adding largely
Jessie Mellaffey, of this city, has the
contract to supply the material for the
Thompson Dean's new wheels, and is
shipping It by the U. C. Yaegcr.
The C. W. Anderson is to enter the
Cairo and Cincinnati trade shortly.
The Jim. Fisk yesterday brought a
spanking trip ot freight and people, and
will be on hand to-day again at the usual
The James Howard Is to leave St.
Louis today lor New Orleans.
The City ot Helena Is the Vicksburg
packet this evening.
The PortEads and barges will be here
on Friday for Now Orleans.
The Jno. F. Tolle leaves St. Louis to
day tor New Orleans.
Captain Dan Brady who brought out
the II. C. "i ager returned to St. LouU
by rail to bring out the Jno. F. Tolle.
Captain Haney who came up on the
E. O. Stanard has taken command of (he
II. C. Vager.
Lost In the St. Charles Hotel, on Tues.
day, July 31st, a pair ol sleeve buttons
of dull gold, having a twisted rim, and
In the centre a chaste dove holding a
leal. Tho above reward will be given
upon leaving them at the ofllce ol the St.
Charles Hotel, and no questions asked.
and sloriMutW habit
vihI Uuiu In, pariloalsrt. Or. Oark
w w tsuiiawa s, a was, Ui
. r. Bunkers Bitter Wis of Iron
has never been known to rail in the ours el
weakness, attended with symptoms ; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, dim
cult of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembllog, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassltudo of tho muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptics sys
tern, hot hands, flushing ot the body, dry.
none of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, puriiyiug the blood,
pain In the back, heaviness of the eyelids,
frequent black spots flying before the eyes
with temporary siitl'inilon and loss or sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine ol
Irnn. Ifc tlAVAl fiu. Thniluunria ... nnn.
enjoying health who have used It. (let
,ud cuu,uc. ouitl UU1J iu ft UUIMCB. ASKS
only E. y. Kunkel's.
Aaa ior lYiiuaers inner wine oi iron.
I his truly valuable tonic has been so ther
oiitfhly tested by all classes of the commu
nity Uat it Is now deemed indispensable
as atonic medicine. It costs but little,
purlbes the blood and utves tone to the
stomach, renovates the system and pro
Ionlyaskatrialnf this valmhle tonic.
Price at per bottle. K. F. Kunkul, role
proprietor, No.lMi North Niuth street, be
ow 'Vine, I'bllsdelphla, Pa Ask for liun
kel s Bitter Wine of Iron, and take no
other. A pliotoarapb of the prop'letor on
each wrapper; all others are counterfeit.
Beware of counterfeit. Do not let your
drugKlst sell you any but Kunkel's, wul. D
is put up only as abo?e represented. You
OHii eetsix bottles tor Ave dollars All 1
aik is one simple trial.
TAPE WORM REMOVKD ALIVE.
Head and all complete in two Duiirs. No
fee till hi' a passes, beat, Pin and stomach
worms reuided by Dr. Kunkel, .59 Morih
NiotU street. Advice tree. No ,ee until
bead and all passes In one, and alive. Dr.
Kunkel is the only succtsnful phynidun in
till country for tlie removal of worm.-, and
bis Worm hvrun is lilmuant ami aula fur
child, en or Krown person. Send tor cir
cular, or ak tor a bottle of Kunkel's
H'nrm Svrnn Prl,,. rn a .l.illuv n. Iw.ttln
(let li ol your druggist It never lulls.
rarkakree oi Real And Comfort f.ir
Mrs. Henry Ward ileecher. whose house
hold knowledge and uerfect honesty no
one presumes to doubt, recommends house
seepers to u-e Washiue, the new substitute
ior soap, one says sue is pleased witu it.
ft is a great saver ol time and labor, and
can no more injure clothing than common
warm water. Mrs. Uee. her is light.
W anhine has many great advaitsges over
soap, itwasiiesiu one-tmrd or tne time.
It almost entirely does away with rubbing.
Washes as wed in hard water as sotu it Is
the only article known that will preven
woolens trom shrinking. Other articles as
slst somewhat in washing, but tney Injure
the clothes. AVashine, positively will not
I biure clothing.
These are some ol the Qualities which
have made Waibine so popular among the
intelligent housekeeper ot America. All
who are not using WasDlne will not regret
it if ttiey take special pains to procure ami
give li a trial, l'rlce, o and 10 cents, bold
ny all i;rocers.
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL.
LN THE CITY.
Goods Hold Very Close.
Uoroer 10th St. and OommerclaJ Av,
C. O. PATIER & CO.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
looting and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stores
Jebbiast ProaaPtlr Done.
Whulesale Dealer in
01B33 , Corner Twelfth and
1CK by the Car Load or Ton Will he
packed tor shipping.
U Cii; Commercial Ulin
St. Louis. Mo.
IH08. A. SICE, A.X.I. L.B..
IAS. KICK, A. M.,
1, H, KUKW00D,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, $81 00
MOST Complete, Thorough and Practice
course ui niwly In the iruitnl Htates a
course lnilispnsilil t ever jroiiuK mua em
bark ing the sea "I Ill's.
For Illustrated, Circular,
. THOS.A.U1CB..A. M..L. II.,
). H. Mt'Laar, O.T.Uinuaa, J.lt. Laxsdin
MULKEY UNEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Lew,
OFFICE : CciamercUl Amue, at otto ol
iuar uusuaa a-m-Jim
. i 1 'If BAH BOAT!.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown. Erana
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The sltfant side-wheel steaaet
ALTia B. riHMIIOTO.......... ..ItasUr
t Will leave Cairo tierj WID3KBDAT att
i ciuua u Ui.
The Best steamer
Kin Howard Uaate
to. Thomas Clerk
Leaves Calre every 8ATDSOA T.
P.ach boat make, close connections at Cairo
with llrst-clasa steamers for St. Louis, Mein
lhis aaii New Orleans, and at KvanaviUa with
ih.K. 4C. a. E. for all poiuts North and East,
and with the Louisville Mail Steamen fet-aOl
uoinuoathe Upper Ohio, Hiving through re
ceipt, on freight and paaseuKers to all points
( or urther Information apply t
J AM lis BltiUH, Passenger Agent.
J. it. VHlLUtS, 'Agents.
Or to U.J GBAMMER,
uptTintendrnt and Oeneral Freight Agent,
JiKl-'JU-lr. ajvaniville Indiana.
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order for Coal by tho oar-load
',,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptly attended to.
KarTo large oonsumers and a
manufacturers, we are prepare
lo supply any quantity, by th
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAHIO CITT VOAI COMYAjTT,
Office on wlmrt bout, foot or Sum su
Otliue of llalliday brothers, opposite Kt.
Egyptian mllN Twentieth st.
Coal dump, loot of Thirty-eighth St., or
I'ont oitii-e drawer 'Ml.
CHARTERED MARCH 81, 189
CITT NATIONAL BANK, CAIBO
A. II. SAKKORD, President.
8 9 TAYLOK. Vic Prmident.
W. HVSLOl', See'v and Treasurer.
P.W. Bahplat. Ob as Oausiu,
r. M Htockflitr, Paol G. Scnra,
(I. II. CuNifiNoiiAM. HI, Hallway,
J. M. Phillips.
INTEREST paid on deposits at the rate ol six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
Mr 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added Imms
liutely to the principal of the deposits, thereby
tiling them compound interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
0en every businessdsy from 9a.m. to 8 p.m.
a 1 Snturday evening for savings deposits only
ruin s to a o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. TreMVuer.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - 1100,000
W. P. HAXX1DAY, President.
HKNBY L. HALUDAY, ViotPrest.
A. It. SAITOH!), Caahief,
WA' ' ' K HYSLOP. Asa'l Cashier.
S. Staats Tatloi. B. H. CO ukumaji,
H L. IIAAXIDAT, W. P. HAU.1BAT
U. U, Williamson. arartiBM Bins,
A. B. SAjrroiu),
Exohange, Coin and United Btataa
Bonds Bought and Bold.
DEPOSITS received aad a general bsubUm
Dealer in Fresh Heat
Set tree WsatJUMtM astZC
Are eaietalM Baway.