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..ilRO BIMESS HOUSES.
Nt.Any bnainn. firm ran hire thnclinr
paoa, la thU column under appropriate heading
libs rat. ul I.IW r luonlaar lipfryar
kyble ihii rriy in advance.
Hardwire, move) and Tl War.
A. HALl,EV-l)ealtrinatovfe,Tinant Hard
are, Gaiden and I'ariiiers' Iniplenrrota, Wire
AmxU, UafrlgeratofS, I'umpa and ladders.
If. Umnwreial Aveue. Guttering, and Job
Work doue an tiort notice.
.1. S.McG AHKY-Ilerln hard and infl lum
ber, flooring, awllng, aiding and surfaced
lumber, lath and alnngles. oflir and yard
uruer Twentieth ilrul and Washington avenue-
LANCASTER A itlCK-Dealsr in sah.
loora, blinds, etc., hard and oft lumber ami
liinj(lea. Yard and vfhec, Commerrial avenue,
orner 17th Itrtct.
I). H AUTMAN fiealcr in (Jusmsware, Tov.
Lamp and (II kinds nf fancy arliclm. I ninmcr
.vu! avenue, corner 'lli afreet.
Photo grraphy ,
WILLIAM WINTLK-Suth street lutween
.'oiinntrcial avenue ami Washington avemi.
(lotliina and Merchitiit rallortn;.
JOHN ANTRIM Merchant Tailor ami dialer
In lleadjr MadaUothlng. Ohio lvee.
Ileal .Ntut Agencl.
M. J. IIOWLF.Y-Keal Estate Agent. Buy
and wlla real lat, collect renia, ty taie.
lorBon-rettdenu.ate. Commercial avenue, be
tween NmU) ami Tenth atretta.
LotUiu and Tobacco Victors ami pru-
Iirietora of the Karaiers' Tobacco Warehouse,
ii A 17 Coniiunienial Avenue.
j General forwarding ami ( oiiiin ssinn
merchant, for the aale of ranu, balden, i'r
jliard ami I)auy Produce, in Ohio Levee,
EA. WIIEELOCK k u.
Ouersl forwarding ami CouuuUsiun
merchant, and dealera iu all kiwi of I ruil and
I'ruduca, ti Ohio Ixvee. ( oniininuanis tolic
ited, birneila furnulicd on apiilicmuua.
K.P. Haakll i Blttor Wine or Iron
ha never been known to fail in the cure ot
neakaet, attended with lyiuptoui; India
poaltian to eiertlon, Ins of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, nijrht gweau, cold feet,
weaknen, dinnei 01 virion, languor, uni
versal laaaltude ol the muscular ytem,
enonnoui appetite with dvipeplio sys
tem, but hands, flushing ol the bod, dry.
nets of to akin, pallid countenance uiiil
eruption on the face, purilyiUK the blood,
pain in the back, beaVinea ol the eyelid,
freiiuent black apoU flying before tbe eye
with temporary (uffuition and to f night,
want ol attention, ew. Tbeite rymptouiK
ail aria from a weaknf m, and to remedy
tiiat, ue K. V. Kunkel' Bitter Wine ol
Iron. It nevei fail. Thouaand are now
enjoying health who have uaed it. (let
tbe genuine. told only in 1 bottlea, Take
only . K. Kunkei'l.
Aak for Kuukel'i Bitter AVine of Iron.
1 bit truly valuable tonic aa bean to thr
Ubly leated by ail cle of tbe coauiuu
ulty that It la now deemed indiopenealile
a a to nle medicine. Jt colli but little,
purine th blood and give tone to the
atomaeb, renovate th yi'.em and pro
1 only aak a trial of tlili vtluible tonic.
I'rice $1 per bottle. K. K. Kunkel, iole
firoprletor, No, low North Ninth (treer. be
ow Vine, l'biladelpbia, i'a. Ak for Kun
kel' Bitter Wine of Iron, and take no
oiber. A photograph of tbe proprietor on
each wrapper; au otbera are counterfeit.
Br ware of counterfeit!, Uo not let your
druggiit tell you any but Kunkel't, which
iH put up oniy a aboi represented. You
can get aix bottle lor live dollar i. All 1
auk I en aimpla tiial.
TAPE WORM REMOVED ALIVE.
Head and all complete in two nours. o
fee till he a par.ei. Xeat, Tin and iitomacb
worm Minded by Dr. Kunkel, 2'M North
NiutU itreet. Advice fre. .So ite until
head and all paaaei Id one, and alive. Dr.
Kunkel la tbe only tucceaeful pbyaiuian in
tbln i-ountry for the removal of woruia, and
hi Worm rfyrup t plriant and tale lor
htldien or grown pemon. Send lor cir
cular, or ak for a bottle of Kunkefa
Worm Syrup. I'rice one dollar per bottle,
(let it ol your druifglatlt never laila.
a'arknfea ol Heat and (oinfora for
Mr. Uenry Ward Kcecber, whoee bouae.
bold kuowlcdi;e and perfect honesty no
one preiumca to doubt, rci'omuiendtbouie
keepari to ue Waitrlne. tbe uew ulititute
foraoap. 8btsytbeti pieaiod with it.
ltiiagreattavur ol time ami labor, and
.an no more Injure clothing than common
warm water. Mr. Bee. her Ik rifiht.
W ablne haa many (.Teat advantage over
oap. It waalie in one-tlnrd of the lime.
It alrooit entirely does away with rubbing,
Watbcaai well In bard water iolU It In
tbe only article known that will preven
woolen trom abrinking. Other nrimle a
M somewhat in waMilug, but they injure
tbe clothe. Waabine .positively will not
These are tome ol the uu&litle which
bave made Wuebine ao popular among the
intelligent houat'keeperii ol America. All
who are not tiaing WaMiiue will not regret
It if they take special palna to procure anil
glvo it a trial. Trice, b and 10 cent. Soiii
by all grocers.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E. R.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trvins from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo .
2:20 p.m. Fact Express, arriving in St.
Louis 6:b0 p. m.; Chicago, 7;o0, a.m.
J:20 P.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
ViLLE FAST LINE
Arrivingl n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.: Louis
ville, K-.iift, a.rn.i lntlianapolin, 4 tfi a.m.;
Passenger by Ibis train arrive tit above
OF ART OTHEE BOVTK.
l:30lp. m. h ast Mail with deeper attach,
ed, for ST. LOUIS and CUICAUO,
arriving In St. Louis at 0M a.m. Chi
cago at p.m. Connecting at Odiu
or Efllncham lor Ciiiolnuati, Loulavillu
and ludiauapolis.' i .
FAST TIME EAST
asenKri by thin line go through to
tbe Kast without any delay caused by
Tbe SATURDAY AKTERXOON TRAIN
FROM CAIRO ARKlVKd IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MORN1NU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Or ANY OTUKB ROUTE.
Advertlsemenu of competing lines that
they make better time than thU one, are
re isiued either throug Ignorance or a
. deilre to mUlead the public.
Jor through tlckatu and Information,
Apply at Illinois Central R. tt. Depot, Cuiro.
. TEAMS ABJUVS AT OAiaO'
lall , ,'..bm ,..,. '.. M.,.,..MN,,..lna,ni.
i i QAn. Southern Agt.
J.B.Jomk, ticket AfU
.K.M. h.( .
I k kniKliVi of the above oi.i r meet
at llicir hail the llislaiiil thinl Mnnduv
tu b month. Oitumercial aveiiiic, d iloor
aoutb 01 I'lh rireet, ate p in.
Ioiim I). Ilont-, (I. li. M .
AHCALON LOIXiK, NO. 51.
Rmirhfa tif lvltliHB. ntwtM vvvrv Trim
'm day DlKlit at baU-poHl aeven, in Odd-
rtllowi Hall. noa,
OAI.KXANDKK I.OHUK, KO. m.
Independent Order of Odd-rrl-Iowa,
niert every Thursday niglit
at half at seven, in thru- nail on
.'ommi rcial avenii', tielwren hlxth and Kerentb
reel Unxh. )lAai.v, ,N . (i.
"1ino KNCAMI'MENT, I O. O. r..meeta
KJin ijild-ri'llowa' llnll on the flint and third
iii.aiUy in every mouth, at half-put aeven
a cAli7iti)OK. no. zn, A.r. & a. m.
J- Hold regular comiuunirationa in Ma
XTsnnir Hull, comer timmercial avenue
' 'and KiKhih street, on the aeoond and
'ourth Monday of each month.
BATKM OF AIIVKHT1NINU.
rTAll billa for advertising, are due and pay
able IN AOVANC
Transieat advertising will tie Inserted at Urn
rat of II ) per square lor the first inx-rtion
and V cent for each subsequent one A lihuml
diacount will be made on itaDiling and displ
Koi inserting Funeral notii' 1 "J Notice ol
mteting of aocletiea or aei:rt ordera ' cente for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notice
will only be inserted a advertisement
Na advertisement will be receiveil at leaf tl.an
M cent, and no advertisement will be iaseru-d
for Ivssthan three dollars ier month
I.OCAI. Ill NISt.M KOTII t.s
Of one squarr; (S lirjK apaw) or more, in
serted in the Un.i.ETiN as follows : I ..
than one square counted ait a -iuure.)
One insertion tier atjimre $ W
Two Insertions per aquan;.. 70
Three insertions per equare 1 00
Six Insertions j!r sfjimre 1 75
Two weeks per square - 2 60
One month per square- 3 TX)
Special rale luaile on lar'e. advertise
ments or tor longer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owin' to the present hard times and
scarcity ol money, I will, alter thU date,
Hell IlrcHd Ht HOr. per doien, or '
l.onvea Tor .1 Cvuta.
Also Cakes, l'iis. etc.. at proportionately
'1'hese goods are of tiie very YvA in the
city, and will recommend thuiisehts us
It" Orders Iron) abroad will receive
t It A. l n 11 A 1 1 1 ,
i'rop'r Union Bakery,
t onimercial Ave., bet. 4tb and ttli Ms.
l.airo, Aiinust o l-T7
SVITUD.W, August 11. 1877.
A cottage on Ninth street, in good
repair. Apply to K. Uh.oma,
lll-tl liy National Hank
A eoiuge with tour rooms and kitchen,
situated on the southeast corner of Fifth
and iValuut streets. The hou-e, U in
exeellent repair. Apply to
1t .Ions McN'i i.tv.
I'lrlurra and Brat (tela.
E. C. Kurd Uua removed hiit Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
largo stock ol bracket, shelves, frames,
ehroiiios, picture cord and t;iv-li, cur
tain tarsels laucy nulls, hat rack, etc.
I'icturu training made a speciality
I'lirouios mounted iu the clieapet aiid
Ijest style. liu
To ftll who are suOcrinK from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, freu of charge. This great
emedy was discovered by a mii-aionary
iu South America. Send a self-ad-ilrcssed
envelope to the. Uev. Joseph T.
Inman, Station U. Illblc lloncc. New
Vork titv. l-J-0m
II use, l.ootnis it t o., dealers in north
cm lake ice, have removed tlieiroilice
Irom the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the ite houses one door be
low the St, 'liarles hotel, and are now
delivering ice iu all parts of the city
I'lioae desiring the cold stufl will leave
their orders at the new ofllce, where they
will receive prompt attention.
.Iamk.s K avan Ai'nu, Manager.
I'aiiio, Ii.i.s., May 17. 1S77. 6-17-Im
.otl e or IHftNOliitlflli.
Notice is hereby given to our friends
and patrons.nnd to the public in general,
that the lirm ot K. & V Under, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Kd
ward A. Under will continue the business
at the old stand, corner ot Washington
avenue und Klghtli street, in his own
name, he having assumed all the liabili
ties and being entitled alone to collect
all outstandings ot the old linn. Hoping
that the sume liberal patronage extended
to the Jewelry establishment may be
continued in tlieluturc.
MiWAUU A. Ht'UKK,
Wll.l.IA.M lit IIKH.
Caiho, Ills., July 31st, 1S77. 7-I!l 2
Have ynu Dj aiicpmn 7
With Its attendant troubles, constipa
tion, headache, loss of appetite, gloomi
ness, water brash, distress alter eat
ing, etc.? It' so take Dal'osta's 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 the debilitated, restores a
natural appetite and as a liver regulator
has no equal. A clergyman ol I'hlUdcl
phlu says : It Is the very Ionization ol
health. To all who aro suflerlug from a
disordered stomach or liver, or who need
a gentle spring or summer tonic, we suy
try It, mid you will thank us for tho ad
vice. Trial size 25 cents. Sold by Bur
Also ogonts tor Parker's pleasant
worm syrup, which U sure death to
worms. Pleasant to tako, and requires
no physic. Price 23 cents. Try It.
- Mrs. 1,. M. Titus nl Villa Kidi'C whs
in the city yi'Mleidny,
Captain Kill lliunbleton, of .Mound
Cily, whs in town yesterday.
ol. S, S. Taylor returned home
Irom St. Louis yesterday nlternoon.
Mr. John Mnckie und sisters will
leave I'ulro on Monday lor a visit to
- I'ay-Master Fred Miller ol the Cairo
and Vincenties 1. It. went out over the
road yesterday with the pay ear.
John II. Oberly returned home from
Auburn, Illinois, yesterday morning,
where he made an Odd Fellow's address
The police courts have assumed a
state ot quietness that Is appalling, at
lea.t to us. There was not even a plain
drunk up yesterday.
Kx-Circult Clerk Vncuiii was
in the city yesterday, He is a candidate
lor county judge and seems to think
that he Is the coming man.
The ' baby's best friend" is Dr.
Hull's llahy Syrup, since it contains the
baby's health by keeping It free from
colic diarrhoea, i ts. Price 2" cents per
'iuinlin, the man w ho shut the negro
Legley, takes It coolly In the county iail.
It he comprehends the terrible situation
he has got himself into, he does not
Mr. F.tch. auditor of the Cairo &
Vinee nnes railroad, is at home again after
a short visit to his parents in New Vork
Stale. He Is Improved in health ami
The contract tor the filling and grad
ing of cdar and Sixteenth streets, in the
vioinity of Winter's row has been award
ed to Mr. Wui. Italy, who has already
commenced the work.
- F. M. Ward has gone into the ice
business, and is now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of the city. Orders left
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
antecd. 1 2-1 m
Mr. Jim Stewart Is a candidate for
county clerk, and is stiring about "right
smart"' uiuoiig the boys. The canvass il
about to open lor the various county
ofllces, and a lively contest may be look
for between the candidates.
Flour is coming down in price, and it
is believed by some that before the mid
dle of September gjod family grades will
be sold as low as six dollars per barrel.
This w ill certainly put good flour "with
in the reach of all."
The temperance catie is prospering
linely in Cairo. There has been a large
number of ladies and gentlemen who
signed the pledge, and great interest is
manifested by the members of the soci
The Paducah press is raising a big
wind about its coming fair, and promises
that it will be the biggest tiling ever seen
in McCracken county. Cairo will soon
have a fair to brag about, as well as our
The races at the park this morning
will draw a big crowd. The contest be
tween Hill Scott's "Huckeye Bill," and
Tom Settle's Kentucky horse, "Badger,"'
will be the race ol the day, and much
interest i shown iu it.
The ste uner Lckert, we are in
formed, is about through with her work
on the sunken steamer (ioluen Rule, and
will return to this port soon. Mayor
Winter is therelore getting things in
readiness for his big excursion and pic
nic at Lawton's Mull".
At Fulton, Ky., on Wednesday after
noon young harlie Cundift', son ot A.
M. Ciiiidiir, formerly ol this city, acci
dentally discharged a revolver tending a
ball through tho cheek ol his lather, in
Meting a painful and ugly wound,
though not a duiif crous one.
Charlie Legley, the colored man
shot by Thos. Quinlin on Wednesday
evening, was still alive yesterday, but his
physician entertains but slight hopes of
his recovery. It is feared that he is
bleeding internally, and in that event it
is only a question ol time as to bow long
be may survive.
10 O'CLOCK, SATURDAY MOliMNU
Ill Commercial avenue. One splendid
cook stove, sewing machine, bureau,
bedsteads chairs, baskets, musquito bars,
WfXTF.B it SlItWART,
Mr. IJ. F, lilako has tukcu the
contract to paint, paper und ornament
Mr. A. Marx's store room, on Ohio levee,
In the latest and most approved stylo.
The work Is to be commenced Imme
diately, and pushed torward with all
possible speed. When completed, Mr.
Marx's store will bo ore of the tinest in
this section of country.
We understand that Dr. X. M. Carter,
lor the last year or elghtem months a
practicing physician in tho upper por
tion ot this county with more than or
dinary good success, will start about
the uihUlle of tins month to look up a
new location In this State. Dr. Carter
has made many warm friends whiles In
this county, and we wish him success
wherever he may conclude to fettle.
The lute presidential contest engen
dered much "bad blood," which cool
ness and judgment will correct. The
"bad blood" induced by a persistent vi
olation of Nature's great but simple
remedy requires not only coolness and
ludgmeiit, but obedience to hygienic
meiiMires and the proper uso of Dr.
Hull's Blood Mixture to insure the purl
llaitlon. Mr. Michael Harrington, who re
sides on Twenty-eighth street near Com
mercial avenuo, yesterday morning: re
ceived a letter from his son James, dated
at a email town about twenty miles above
St. LouU, couveying the di;tre.lo2 n.
formation that he, .lames, whilewrxking
about a threshing machine, had one. ot
his limbs caught in the machinery und
so badly mangled as to reinleriunputatlou
necessary. The young man was doing
as well as could be expected under tho
The tobacco sale at tho Farmers'
warcnouse on Thursday comprised litty.
even hogsheads leaf and lug as follows;
$11 00, 10 00,7 00, 7 00, 8 00, fi 00, 0 US,
ti no, I) oo, it no, 0 7.", 0 !i5, 7 no, i! 0.1,
o .v, i; or,, fi :jo, 5 no, i so, 'j u;, 73,
3 00, i 70, 5 SO. 2 :, 5 50, i 50, 5 20,
J 00, 2 M. 3 00, I 3), 3 0.1, 5 0.1, 5 10,
5 00, 5 (JO, 3 00, 5 50, 2 00, I 50, 5 OO,
5 00. 2 00, 6 70, 3 10, 4 15, 5 00, 3 0.1,
3 15, 2 70....4 10, 0 00, 5 10, 1 55, 3 JO,
5 40. The attendance at the talc was
large, uud the bidding prompt and spir
ited. ThpiIceVobtalned were fully up
to the market, and In several instances
a little In advance.
-The Rev. O. J. King, the father ot
Maggie King, the young girl who was
so badly misused by the scoundrel Hur
ry ('unuingliaiii, returned to this place
from Union City, Ten.)., yesterday
morning. Upon urnving ut Union City
the old gentleman found that the good
folks of that place had given his daugh
ter the kindest attention In her hist mo
ments uud after death. It was Mr.
liiiig's intention to have his daughter's
remains disinterred and taken home for
burial, but upon learning the particulars
of her death und burial trom the authori
ties ot Union City, ho concluded to
allow the corpse to remain where the
tender hands of -trangcr friends had
placed it. The old gentleman lett for
his home in Kansas yesterday afternoon.
On last Tuesday alternoon a dilll
culty occurred at Vienna in which a
man named Bill Arnett was shot and
Instantly killed by one 1'ewell Short.
The particulars of the case as near as
we can learn, were about as lollows:
Some flvo or six months ago, Arnett
who was Short's neighbor, went to the
house of the latter to borrow a maul.
Short hud left the maul in the woods
some distance from the house, and told
Arnett to wait until he could go and
get it for him. When he returned he
learned that Arnett had seduced his
wile, which caused the Indictment by
the grand jury ol Johnson county, at
their next meeting, ot Arnett, but
upon trial ho wa3 discharged.
Last Monday morning Short was sitting
on tbe fence near his house, when he
caught Eight of Arnett coming down
the road. He jumped to the ground and
ran to his house and procured a shot
gun. He then stationed himsell In the
road, and waited for Arnett to come
up. When Arnett was within a lew
yards ol Short the latter said, "Bill Arn
ctt, I'm going to kill you." Amtt
replied by Buying, "you don't want to
kill me':'' "No, I don't want to kill
you," Short said, "but I must." With
these words be raised tbe gun and fired,
sending a heavy load ol buckshot into
Arnout's body, killing him instantly.
Short made his eseape, and up to yester
day had not been arrested.
At Auburn, Ilia.
l'.ial Illicit, h to lh Si. LouU i .uis-.
Al iii kx, 111. August 9, According to
previous announcement, the Auburn
Lodge, I. O. O. P., gave their celebra
tion to-day in Irwin's Urove, two miles
south of Auburn. There were some
5,000 people present, and they had a
glorious time. The first thing iu order
was a grand procession by the Auburn
band, who marched to the grove and
around the speaker's stand. The oration
was delivered by lion. John II. Oberly.
Past Grand Master ol the slate, and now
one ol the state delegates. Mr. Oberly '
speech was o,.e of the best efforts ol his
lile, and was listened to with marked
attention. A splendid dinner and other
festivities were next In order, after
which at an early hour the immense
crowd dispersed, more than pleased at
the success of tho celebration. Mr,
Oberly took tho Chicago and Alton
express at 3:20 p.m. for his home at
Cairo, via Fast St. Louis.
Why Nutter niMPtl Tort urea,
When the famous regulator ot enfeebled,
acid or bilious stomachs, Hostetter's
Bitters, will cure you ? Could you read
the testimony of the myriads ot dys
peptics whom it has cured, though you
might be ot a bkeptical turn, vou would
be convinced. Evidence of its eflicaiy
is constantly multiplying, and this re
lates uot only to cases of dyspepsia, but
also liver complaint, constlpatiou.ui iiiary
and uterine troubles, and malarial dis
orders. The success which has attended
this great stomachic has Incited unscru
pulous parties to manufacture imitations
of it, which ihcy attempt to palm oil as
tho genuine article. But, so lamiliar are
the public with the real elixir, that these
nefarious attempts are rarely successful.
Neither imitation or competition affect
the popularity ol the standard article.
Is a sad b auction to sutler trom. It attacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
Is a constant dread of 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 t ie liver, stomach, urinary
organs.etc, and can be successfully corn
batted by the aid of rest and light diet,
and the 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 touud In the Home Stomach
To The rnbllr.
I take pleasure in culling tho attention
ot my friends and the public generally
to the fact that 1 h ive discontinued the
management of the Aacudo saloon, and
will on this day reopen tho Butcher's
and Drover's Exchange, on Elgth street,
between Commercial and Washington
avenues, where I will servo my custom
ers with the best of wines, liquoia and
clgais and the best ol Cincinnati lager.
ItoBpectfully, John Keohlkr.
. Cairo, August 9, 1877. 4t
rUK BUNDAV iAW
How It AWt Saloon Keim.
T the Kdltorof the Hn.i.Kils:
Considerable talk has been had the la-t
day o; two upon tho streets regarding
the Sunduy luw, passed by the Council
Tuesday night, especially among saloon
keepers vho gecra to think the law was
made for the particular purpose ol clos
ing saloons on Sunday. This view seems
also to be held out by those who should
know better, and Is evidently done fur
the purpose o en niing a bud feeling to
wards certain mi inbcrs ot the Council.
An examination will show that the
ordinance passed Tuesday amended
section 4U, chapter 5, Revised ordinance;
and has no special application to sal
oons; but Is general and applies to all,
and was adopted by the council in com
pliance with a petition very generally
signed by tho merchants of the city.
Section 13, chapter 5, revised ordinance
(on page 100) approved by Henry Win
ter, Mayor, January 11th, 170, and now
iu force, however, does especially ap
ply to saloon keepers and reads as fol
lows: viz.: "Sec. 13. If any retailer ut
vinous, splrilous or lcrmeiited liquors,
his agent, clerk or other person, shall
keep open any grocery, saloon, shop,
store or other place of busi
ness on Sunday lor the purpose
of retailing vinous, spiritousor ferment
ed liquors on that day, or ahull retail or
.rive awav any vmioiis. spintoiis or fer
mented liquors on that day, he shall lor
feit and pay to the cily ol Cairo an am
ount not less than llltecn dollars nor
more than tllty dollars for each and
every ollciise."' Should any saloon
keeper be arrested lor violation of the
Sunday law It would have to be under
this section (13), and not under the or
dinance passed Tuesday. It would seem
that the council bus really, In adop'ing
this lust ordinance pluced merchants
under the same restrictions that saloon
keepers were; and that the merchant, if
anyone, may complain thereat and not
the saloon keeper. "Ciiici s."'
Cairo, August 10, 1S77.
The following Is a list ol .the letters
remaining uncalled tor in the postollice
at Cairo, Illinois, Saturday, Aug. 10, 177.
Cramer, Rachel; Colby, Mary; Dicker
son, Annie; Keelcr, Mrs. J. V.; Mc
Carthy, L.; McCarvil, M. L.; Myers, II.
11. ; Perry, Margaret; luall, Annie;
Hoper. Jennie; Smith, Mrs. T.; Smith,
Mrs. Margaret; Smith, Nancy; Wilson,
Anton. Albert; Anderson, J. IL;
Boyd, Oeo;Churchlield, ( hus;Chapinun,
J. G.; Delay, C. S.; Eldridge. W. W.;
Howe, Chas; Hunter, D. 11.; Howard,
Frank; Jerome. C. C; Kuplrer, Chas;
Kclley, John; Lee, Miltoh; Long, Nelson;
Manahan, D. Morris, Geo; Rowery, E;
Reed, J; Rodgers, L. XL; Smith, Frank;
Sohler, F; Sides, Doc; Stevens, S. A.;
Th'ukeie, W. G.; Torbett, J. K.; Twich-
ell, Jerome; Taylor, Jyles; Vermillion,
Tho. W.; insljw, II. G.; Welch. W.
Persons calliu? for anv of the above
letters will please say "Advertised."
Gko. W. McKkaiu, P. M.
85 00 tewnrl.
Lost in the St. ( 'liarles Hotel, on Tues
day, July 31st, a pair ot sleeve buttons
of dull gold, having a twisted rim, and
In the centre a chaste dove holding a
leaf. The above reward will be given
upon leaving them at the office ol the St.
Charles Hotel, and no questions asked.
The Silyrthorne yesterday brought
out 2.130 sacks corn and 5.10 packages
furniture Irom F.vansville.
The Golden City was aground ut
Casey ville on 3 teet water.
The Centennial bus a light trip lor t.
Louis, but the Andy Buum has a lair trip
of freight and people for Cincinnati.
The Hickory passed down the Mi-.-is-sippi.
Captain J. Sharp .McDonald is to he
married shortly to one ot the most ac
complished singers iu Pittsburg.
Capt. Shinkle has contracted with C.
T. Dumont lor machinery for the new
Golden Rule. The engines are to be
20 inches i l diameter by 7 feet stroke.
The Mary Miller for St. Louis and
Cons Millar for Memphis, leave Cincin
nati to-day. The Kattle Hooper left
there yesterday for Arkansas river.
Captain JohnT. Washington, ot Mem
phis was in the city yesterday returning
Irom Mound City, where he has been
superintending tho construction of his
new barge on the ways there.
The Ark. Belle will be the Evansville
packet this evening.
'The Golden City was to leave Padu
cah last evening at 0 o'clock, and arrive
here at midnight. She will till out lu re
for New Orleans and clear this evening.
Col. Rearden will load a burg here next
The Manncle and Belle ot Texas,
Captain Tom Darragh passed to Pa
ducah lor repairs yesterday.
Captain W.T. Bowman was in the city
yesterday, and returned to Puducah by
the steamer Jim Fisk. Captain Bowman
and J no. Missiugle have bought, the
steamer Nashville from Captain Jack
Sleeth for 0,000 dollars.
The F.. M. Norton arrived with eapty
barges Irom St. Louis yesterday.
The Arrow pussed to St. Louis with a
tow ot logs last evening.
Kstate ol John Craig, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed
administrator of the estato of John ( tsiK
lute of tbu county ol Alexander und suto
ol Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that ho will appear before tho county court
ol Alexander county at the couit house In
Cairo at the August term, on tho third
Monday in August next, at which time
all persons having cluims airalnst said estate
au notithid and requested to attend for thu
purpose of bavin; the nun adjusted. Al
persons ludebtud to paid estato aro re
quested to make Im uediate payment to the
Dated, Ul 2Mb day of May, A. D. 1877.
A' K iht rf nytrcl
dyr.irii , liliou
LPfr r-.. ...
Mid, tf r, Vli lims nf
t'l yor and uciir, th
tltnt, b w lliey recov
ertd health. i h"-rfol
plritf. Kiel (trod up
petite; O.ey will tell
you by Ul inn Sim
mon's l iver Itcg'i
latnr. Till, t.:il.AI I.M , AND III.M KAMI.V.MI.I)
1UNT IV 1 1 1 1'. WnHI.K.
For DV'I'I'.I'SIA, I ONM 1 1 All' lN',T,,u. it ,
liilmn, Httw-U, MCK III AIA I IK, lolic, le
prMion of Spirit., soUlblOMAl.ll, Heart
llirn, etc., etc.
I Ins unrivalM So il'inn l.'rmedy I- war
ranted not to ionium u e.i'tii-ie ul Mi rury,
Ol atl II Milium nllt-lUh'C, but i
conlu.ninKthosr soulliern root and hcilis wblrli
an a t wis provulenri' hits ilucel in countries
where l.ivi r ln-eii en on v 11 . Il Will core ull
niM-aae rausvd by de.rangvmeut o the 1-ver
I li symp'oiiis ol l iver Complaint are a 1 i t -ter
or bail liinle ill the moolli i I'liin in the back,
suits or .lnintti, oil n mintuken lor rheuma
tism; sour rliiiniii'h, loss ul upiMltu, Im els
alterniitely rnstive snd la, headache, loss of
incm ry, wit i ii luiinfui sensation ol liuvim;
failed to ilu snniclliiiiH whie.li ought to lime
In end me, ili luluy, low PurUH, a Ihlck yel
low api'iMraiH'e ol the ekln und ejes, u dry
cmitfli i, lien inisliiW ii I'nr consiuiiiti"ii.
liieiiiiea man y ul' the-e sj iiiiii.lns attend
the iiscie, t uihers very lew, but the liver, the
liiiye.,t myaii in a ta-- hi in generally the seal
ol' iliseates und il not r (minted in tune, great
aullrrii'Ki reh.liedneB and UKAIII wi.l en.
I can rerotiiiiiend ns nn elfim loiis remedy for
diseases ot the Liver, lleaitliiirn and lViieisia,
Mliiinoiis' Liver Itetfrlutur. I.twis Wlnuh.i,
ITi'. .Mamer -triet, AiioULt I'o.uiiusUr, l'hll
udeliihla " W e huve listed iln virtues, r-imiil!v, und
now tn.it I'ur i'". see ni . llilioii ne.-s und
I hrob iiii iiiudui hs il is ibe bol medicine toe
worl l evr saw. We li.im tried i.irii- oh
r. llnil if-, helore Suiunon-' 1. . ver Id Kill.ilor,
il none ut tie iu jruvc u- more Hun ti mpnrury
relief; hut the Kerul.i'.iir nut only reliev 'd
hut rlli ed US "-1.U i Kl.l.UitAl'11 AMI .MlisshM-
'!(, Macon, liu.
Notliii n is so unpleasant, nolliiii)! so common
as bad liitalli ami in nearly every cc-eli nones
from the siumac h, and ran he mi easily enrreet
en if you wili t.ike miiiiuoiis' l.iver Kiyiilutur,
Ho not neglect so Hire a n iinny ii.r t is u-
.ui, ivc u vpi. r. it will sin - ni,irnv oiir
,l'p.U.e, complexion itud I,, neral ll.ailll.
This dietressiiiK sllln'tinn occurs most fre
quently, i he iii-tuihaiuu ol the aioiHaeh,
an.-iliK from impi rl.rlly die-t. d cimieuts,
cause) severe papi in ih head. Hccniiipiiiiieil
ith disapn-eulile naii-ea, and this eoitiiutrs
That In pi.pi. larly kiuw ikui se k Meadiiehc. t or
pruiii.t re.ii l
TAKE SIMMOXS' LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED-ICINE,-
.1, f il i ,i li.lil' lii.lh'ill r- ',..,, t rt.Y or
"litcd iu tiie same happy proportion in uny
other preparation, u irentle Calliurti'-. it
t iidertiu tonic, an uuevceplirnulile allerunve
. il a eeruiii Lorreenvc ol ull impurities! of
e body. Mi hsi;iial success his aiiended its
"ee, that it is uow retail h-d un tl
II KKI, II AI, SPK' ire
Ail a Iti in.ily in
MW.AIMOrS FKVKKS. 110 A II. (,,M
l'l.AIM, PVSPr I'sI A, .IKM Al. hKPIt
M'.'X. KhMl.fc.NE.s), J A I Mill K. X A I -si:
., .i K IIKAIi M.IIK. i ( tlt, tiiV-'I'li-AlluN
ami 111 Jul .S l.sS
IT HAS SO IAiV Al..
Armed with tills AM I Do I K. nil chaiii;.-s of
eliiu.tte ami water und food may he land with
out leur. As a Kemcdy in MAI.AIiliils
l-.Klt, IK) VKI. l.iiMl'I.AIM.-), ItKsi I'.
LKSsM.-iS,.l Al.'MiP K, A I s KA ,
M iM I Ai 11 ill 0 OSl.V UV
.1. II r.ll.hS,
I'liiladi Iplna, Pi.
Price Sold by ull HiuKtfi;i-.
Stateuf Illinois, County of Alexunder.
Circuit court ot Aleviiiider county, Sepleui
lier term, A. D s;7.
tdiiuuiii K. O'Urien vs. K.lmiui.l Ii. I,u;anhty.
Lunelle ciurii)! ty, Jacob II. IiuiioukIi, Jose
plmieOarjKUiy 11. .-Itviu mm J. sural, lilll
iu ( huticery.
Ailiduvitol llie non-n snlcnce of .laeob. Jlur
roujrli, KiiKciie (jursnhly, It. Menu nmi I.
Mevinol tiie ili-lenitauls above nameit, tiav in
been llledm llieollleu 1' the clerk oftanl ( li
mit court of Alevundi r eoiiNty , notice is la re
by , iven to the said lion resident dclemlunin,
lout tliecoiiiplaiuaut lias liUd his bill nf eoiii
plaint in hum court the cliauct ry si le Ilu md'
on the Ural day of May, A. li. an I Uiiil u
sunimous thereupon issued out of sai l court
UKumst said d. luudaiits, returnable on ihe
third Monday nf .May, a. I). InTT.as u iy law
reipiireil. Andau oi'der IiiivIiik been entered of
reeord iu said court ul Ihe May term I-',;, tlien;
of, thai said cauoe slund continued, wim order
of publicaiioii Now. .hcreliire unless you,
the said .liicub II. Iiurrom'h, Lunelle tninihty,
U Slevinimd J. sleviu ohail personally I valid
appear I k fore thesuitll ircuit court of Akvan-del-
county on the Hi st day 1 1 Hie in i term
thereof, to be holdeii at the eouit iiuii.-e in the
city of Cairo, iu said county, on llieilrst JIou
daVof septembtrA.il. Is77, and plead, an
swer or demur to ihe said complainant's bill nf
eompluiul, the same, and tie. mailers ni.il tilings
therein churned and slated w ill heluki'n as e.on
tessisl, and a decree entered ugaiiinl yuu uccord
iuir to the prayer of said bill
JulIX A. HIIKVK, ( lerW.
.lull1 II. Mt't.ERY. i oiiiplain.int's bultcitor.
Cairo, Ills., .Inly 1 .111, A. L 117. ow.
Stats of Illinois, roinuy of Alcxandt-r.
eiiev.it cmui if jVlcxanilcc cuunty, t i:c n. tr
term, A. I). Is77.
r'revierick Korsmcyer, vs. .Itilin C). llirlintii, Hub
ert Howe and W use llubLie. llilis i.i i lianccry.
Athilavit oi the nun rcaidtfiice of UdIjci t ll.iac
and aku llubtilc ol (tic dcku.lant above n.iuieil.
having been li.ed in the clli. e. ut the tierk of s.tkl
circuit cuiirl of Ah xainltr cmniy, nmneis heith)
given to the said U"tt -re mteir defend. nits, that tSe
eiiiupl.t n nil h i lllcii tut lull cf coiiip. .nut in said
conn on the cll.iin.ery bide ihcrcul on the 11th day ut
.Mac, A. I' ls',7. and that a Miniiiimis tlieicupou
iyMied out nf :ud court ae..iinit said deleiidant.-, re
turnalde on ths tmrd Mnu.liy ot .May, A. It. Is77,
as it by law it.purcl. And an otjerer having been
entered ol record in said ct'iirt al lite May una.
1 s77, thereof, that iuidcuc laud ctniuinieil, uith
order ot luMi. anon. Now, Iberef re. unless you,
ihe .ud Kabert It we and Wake llnlible shall per
sonally be anil appear betoi c the said cirum court
of Alevaiidcr cuniiiy onthc first day of die next
una ihenuf, tube holden at the court hciil-e in the
eity ot Cairo, in sad cuiimy, on the lust .Monday
ot September, A U. Is77, and plead, answer or
demur lo the said complainant's bill uf cnlliplaint,
the name, and the matters and tliinc. therein chained
and slated, will be taken as cunfessed, and a ue
eree entcteil iifcMint yall aceordins tu llie pravcr u
said bill. Jl'IIN A. Kl'ihlVK Clerk.
Ml I.KIV, LlNKOAII It I.ANSOKN, I I'll 1 1 '1 .1 III II I 's
S'lliulurs. Cairo, Ills., .Inly huh, A. P. Is77.
Public notice is hereby ilvcn that by virtue
ofa decrw of Iho county court uf the county,
of Alexander In the slate of lliuois.
rendered ut the June term of said
court, ls77. Upon the application of the
lllnlei'sik'ned, to sell Ihe real property of the
eslala of Louis Xussanno, deeeused In uy the
debts of Ihe same, 1. Harmon U. Ilhirk. ndmiu
istiutorde boms nonof Ihe eslute of Louis Xus
sunno, lute of suldcouuiy di censed, will sell at
public vendue, un the lid day of September Al)
ls77 ut the f out door of the court house in the
eitv ol Lairo ul two o'clock p. Ill ol snld dnv
lo the Inkiest and lies! bidder, to pay the debla
of said Louis Nartsuiuio, e'eceused, the tollowuiir
described leul estate, lo-wit: Lot einlit (s) Iu,
block seventeen (17), in Ihe lb st mlditiiti the to
city ol I uiro, situate in sai l county und state
haviiiK Ihereoii a line two story brick buildinu
adapted for business uml lesnleiec, 'llio oud
properly will lie sold absolutely and nee from
uny iuutimhritucc, Including the the widow,
dower, which Will lie releused to the puiclniser
w ithoiit 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 -r consideration. 'I'unus of sale:
Due thousand dollars mid one-halt nl surplus to
be cash iu hand, uud ihe balance In six months
horn time of sale. The deterred puymeiil must
liu evidenced by tin purchaser's note drawing
six ner cent Interest Willi ihtsoiuI sectinti,
und sale iiiortunti' upon the preiidsM sold.
Dalcsl August 7ili l77.
IIAHMON II IICAt'K,
Ailmin'slriiliirdc bonis eon of Ihe esiulr. of
Louis .Nass.innn. dtd
Estate ol Timothy t)'C'illahan, decenMod
The iniilerslgueil, tiuvitiK l,(,ch appointed
administratrix of tho etl ot Timothy
OTallahan, Into nl the county of Alexunder
and Htttlo of Illinois, deceased, hereby give
notices that slit) will iippeur bcloro the
county court ot Alexunder county, at the
court bouse in Cairo at the August term,
on the third Monday in AtiKUslnext, ut
which tinio all persons having claims
aRitlnst said estato are notillcd ami re
itiestcd to nttend lor the purpose ol huviuu
the giniB tiljiisteil. All person ludebted
to laid estuto are requested to make Imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this Itlth day of June, A. 1). 1877.
llKIDUKT t) CALLNHAN,
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
PEYTONA C ANN EL
Orders for Coal by th oar-load
l.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jrornptlv attended to.
oTTo large consumers and a
sanufacturers, we are prepare
:o supply any quantity, by th
noma or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITT t'UAIi C0KPAHT.
(ifflce on whartbont. footer Sixth t.
Dilico of Hniilday llrotuors, opposite St.
Kityptian mills Twentieth at.
Coal dump, oot of Tntrty-eigbth it., or
I'ost ollice drawer 1100.
I t A VI HOAI N.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawncetown, Evans
. vvlle, Louisville, Cinoinnati
. and all way landings.
1 he elegant ilde-wboel steamer
VALTltll It. PUNINOTOH m
iiAm.as i ii.-iriinurosi , oier.
t Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
nVlnck t. rti
The fleet steamer
tins Ilu w ahu '
leaves Cairo every SATUUD
t point wbera
F eh tioat mukea close connectpl'r. Johnson,
with ftrst-clasB Hteamers for (it. I praise." Hie
tjtiiuMn.l Si .. ur Orlui.d un.l ... L'ait.,1 ...t, Via I
.... n ...un, ,,,,. ,p..m... iihi ,u-
Ihtt V. . P II If I... ull v...,nrnl ,k f,.
and with the Louisville Mail Htea al uny time
point on the Upper Ohio, ftivinx 'tUed aromd
oelpta onfreiKbW und passenger to''."Kle.
tributary. same char-
ror tinner mrorniatfon apply to ointheilrs
H AI.LIDA V BKOd.. 1 Way to
J. M. I'HU.Ul'S, jAled. 1'ic
Or In G. J. GIIAMMEE. of the
sti-Tititenilent and Gvnerul Kreiirht Airent."01-
lo-a-ai-lv. Kvansvlllc Indiana. .
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
( I n-cntletli Street Opposite Court House.)
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
This in the oldest b ike y In the eltr. md In
prnpriidor lose no opportunity to accommo
date ihe puhlt".
Iledeiiveri fiesh bread twieea day, when he
receive un unlu villi r iiciooiul or iliroiinb the
He hnkcn lliifiun llrown bread, and all kind
ol ' cke suiiulile lor wedding fennl, parties
&Up(n lH , etc.
Give him a trlul His motto ta: ''The beat
of (loudi ul the liiost leaMilntble prim "
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syruu,
Spocialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
All siillcrcrs from Ibis iliarase
anxious to he cured should try Dr. KIs.
ncr'a t'elchrated Consumptive l'owdert.
I'liese powders aro the only preparation
known that will euro Consumption and all
diseases of tho throat and lunjr- indeed,
so strong Is our faith in thein, nnd also to
convince you that ihcy uro no humbug, we
will forward to every sutlcrer, by mail
postpaid, a free trial box.
W c don't want your money until yon are
nci'lcctty satisfied ot their curative power.
If you life is wonh saving, don't delay In
clvl'ni,' these powders a trial, a they wil
turtdy cure you.
1'rlc.p, lor liu'ire box, f:t. sent to ciiy part
of the L'nited Stutcs or Canada by mail on
recuipt ol price. Adores,
ASH Si BOBBINS,
tlliO Vulton .-trcet. lireoklyu, . V.
Ihii lellel In young ll'tll irom
the ellecls of error and abuse in
H eiirlv lile. JlunUuod Itcstoral. Im-
Q iinllinents to luarriaga removed.!
New ii ethod nf treatmeut. Nw i j
2 und remarkable rviiicdie. Book.'
it and circulars sent free in sealed;
e? Mtirolm..,. Afhlersa HflViSn Aa-!
W soctATioK. lit) N. Ninth at, I'hlla-
delpliin. I'll. An institution bav
g ing a liigh reputation lor Impor
table conduct and proffwloual
University of Virginia
leiia Oelwber 1, continue ihiuugh Bin
mom In. It It nrganiied in ithool on lb dectlv.
ivstrui, with full count! la Claiiict, Scitnc (wuh
practice in lliemicid aud Physical Laboratories),
l.iteraluie in Law, Mcil clnt, engiaeering, fiatural
lliitory and Practical Ajricultur., KxpcKt ln
cludiiigev.ryihing) about I'ss). Apply for Cata
leuue tu J AM hi K. HAKUInoN, M. P..
(h.ilrmanol lh Faculty; i'on-ottk, lmvriiy
1. It. Ml'LKtY, P. T. UIMOAB, J. M. LAJtaDItt
MULKEY LINEGAR & LANSOEN,
Attorneys at Law,
, CAIRO, ILLS.
OFriCE: Conimmclal Arraue, at offloa et 1
Inegar A Una.len S-ffl-3a .
txu plrat i-Aipr.