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,ilK0 business houses.
S tele, Any truilaraa Hnu can have three lleea
(ww, iu t)ii culuina under appropriate beaiinf
Hue rate 01 1 .Ml per mouth er IU per year
ayeble quarterly in advance.
llHrdwHre, Stovee audi Tin War
A. HALI.KY Peeler In Slnvea, Tin and Hard
uie, Ueidenand Larliiera' Iiiiplemeat, Wire
inoda, ItelriL'rratore, I'umpe nd l-addera.
In Commercial Avenut. Guttering, and Job
Work dune au Hhorl nolle.
I. am bar.
,1. S.McMAnKY-DealeTinbard and iofllun
r, flooring, eeillng, inline anil aiirfaoed
lumber, lath ll iliintrlr. Office ami yard
uruur twentieth itrct and VYaabiu(tonaveaut'
LANCASTER ft KICK-Dealere In suh,
loot, blinds, etc., hard anil toft lumber and
lung-lea. Yard and oface. Commercial avenue,
iirinT 17th aire',
l. II A RTM A N water in luenaware, Toyt,
Ijiiii anil all kinrla of lancj articl'a. Commer
muI uvenue, curner iti tret.
WILLIAM WfNTfcK-SUlh etreet between
oiiiluerc.lal avenue and WaehicntoB avenue.
4 iulliiiiK aud Merchant tailoring.
JOHN A.V1 niM-.Mcrc.hantTallorand dealer
lu Ueedy iade(.lothin((. 7 Ohio Levee.
Ural fcalala Ajfeuelea.
...!. HOWLKY-Ileal Estate Acat. Buye
ad talla real estate, collect renta. paya taxea
lur uon-rvaldenta.eus. Commercial avenue, be
twevu Sin tb and Tenth ilrecU.
(vlloo and Tobacco Factor and nro-
pnetort of Ilia fertueit' Tobacco Weienvute.
li'i a. lii Cuaunmrrcial Avenue.
Li General 1'orwardina; ami ConiiuiaaiOD
merchant, for the ealc of Farm, Garden, Or
jliard aud I'airy Produce, rmhio Levee.
11 A. WMLEt.Of K A c.
j General Forwarding and l.oiumuiioa
merchanta, and deaiera iu ell kinoa of I-run aud
Produce. MOhloLcvce. (.uneiannienta tolie
iltd, etene.ila furnished on application.
K. F. Uankal'a mu-r Win f area
baa never been Known to fail in tbe cura ol
weakaeae, attended with lyaiptorua; Indis
position to exertion, loot of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, geiiertil weakneea, horror
uf disease, weak, uervoue trembling, dread
tut horror of death, night iweata, cold feet,
vt'eakDa, dimnvaH ot vllon, languor, uol
yerajil iaaaitude ot ibe eauacular tyaiem,
rinorrooua appelite witn djipeptio a)
trm, but baud. Buabmu' ol the body, dry.
neaa of tie akin, pallid couutenaiice and
tru'itlona on tbe face, punlyin); tbe bload,
pain lo tlie buck, heiviDeni ot tha pyelldn,
frequent black apotn Dying before tba tyrt
with twoporary aufl'utioo and lou af light,
want ol attention, etc. Theae lymptoinn
all arie from a weakneu, and to remedy
Uiat, uae K. F. Kunkel'i Bitter W ine ol
Iron. It nevet falU. Thouaandi are new
enjoying health who have uaed it. Get
tbe genu ne. Bold only io tl bottle. Take
only K. K. Kunkel'a.
A.k for Kiinlcel'a Bitter Wine of Iron.
Ibla truly valuabla tonic haa been ao tber
ughly teated by all claacei of tbe caaiiuu
nlty tuat it li w deemed indipenaabl
at a toniit meJUiue. it coati but little,
puribea Uie blood and given tone to tbe
atouiach. renovatea the uralem an4 pro
I only a-k a liial of thll valmMe tonle..
Price fl per bottle. K. K. Kunkel, tola
broprieUir, No. 109 Mnrlb Ninth itree.t. be
low Vion, l'bliadelpbia, I'a. Ask for U'un
kel'i Bitter Wine of Iron, aid lake no
oiber. A tihotograpb of tbe proprietor on
each wrapper; ill otheri are counterfeit.
Beware ofcotinterfeita. Do not let your
drupgiit tell you any Lot Kunkel'a, wbko
la put up only a abore represented. You
nn cetaix bottlvi for five dollar. All I
ak la eoe limple trial.
TAPE WOBM REMOVED ALIVE.
Mead and all complete in two noma. o
f e till hea paiea. heat, I'in and atomacb
orni remik'd ty Dr. Kunkel, 2i9 hortb
-Ninth atreet. Advice tree. So lea uuul
head and all paakea in una, aad alire. Dr.
Kunkel la tbe only euwenful pbyMolan In
tbiit eoonfy lor the removal ot worm, and
bin Worm oyrup le pleaaaut and eate fur
rbildien or jrrown pemon. bend Irar cir
cular, or a.-k (or a bottle of Kunkei'i
Worm syrup, l'iice one dollar per bottle,
(et it ol your druegtat It never tails.
fnekng ol Beat and Comfort fur
Mri. Henry Ward Kcecber, wboie beuie
bold knowledge and perfect honeaty no
ouo prcaumea to doubf.recomuiendiihome-Keeparitou-c
for aoap. bbe aaya the la pleated with it.
It ia a great aarer 01 time and labor, and
can no wore Injure clothing tban common
warm water. Mr, iieu her U riglit.
WaUine baa tniny great advaitagci over
aoap. Itwaibeiw iine-ihini or the lima.
It almoin entirely ioeaaway witli rubbing.
W Baden a we I lii hard water as aolt. it la
the only article known that will preven
woolena trum eafiAkmg. utberurtielea ai
aiat aomewbat in waehlijg, buttbey injure
thecloicee. Waahtne , ponilively will not
Tbrne are aotne ot tbe qualltiei wlitrb
baveruad Waabineno popular among tbe
intelligent bouwkeeneTi ot America. All
who are nut utli'K Avaabine will not reuret
It if they ta apecial pallia to crocuxe and
give it a mat.- nice, a ana iu cenui
by all vr'CT " ' "
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Eoad Running Two
Daily Truine from Cairo,
Train Leave Cairo
2:20 p.m. Fast fcxprena, arriving in 6t,
Louie :5U p.m-4 Chisago, "i.'M, a.m.
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI fc LOUI3
VILLE FAST LINE
Arrivlngln Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, S.i'i, a.m.; ludinuapolis, 4.15 a.m.;
l'anHengers by tbia train arrive at above
If) fl A HOURS
OF 1ST OTflSS R0UTI.
I.o0;p. m. Kait Mail witb aleepera attacb
ed. for BT. LOUIS and CH1CAUO,
arriving In St. Louie at :.')0 a.m. Chi
cago at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Effingham for Cincinnati, Loutftville
Ct.H0iipera by tlili line go through to
tbe Eait without any delay caused by
I'he HATUltDAY AKTKttNOON TRAIN
KHOM CAIRO AKKIVKS IN NEW
VOUK MONDAY MOKNINO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
. ' ' , OF ASY OTIIEtt KOL'TE.
Advertlaementi of eompetlnf iineg that
tbey make better time than this one, are
are issued either through ignorance or a
iletlre to mislead tbe public.
Jr'or through tickets and information,
apply at illlnoU Central R. U. Depot, Cairo.
TBA1MI ABJUVI AT OiiaO
Cxpreia... .... ....SiOOp m.
lail ..m 1:46 a.m.
- Qen'l Southern Agt.
J. A. JgjiIB, Ticket Aft.
Ike'kalfhla ef the abeta order aneet
at. their hall the Hrst and third Monday
a each otuatb. Commercial' avenue. 2d door
aoulk ol ixik aireet, ate a.m.
Jouw O. Hoi.nai,0. 0. M.
ASCALON LODQK, NO. 51.
Kaiabta of Pythial, meeta every Fri
day algbl at half-peat aevea, la Odd-
1 rellowa' Hall. Howa,
OAI.RZAKDRS LODUE, KO. 9M.
Independrat Order of Odd-Fel-lowa.
merta every Thoreday aiajht
at half-put aevea, la their hall oa
mmtrcial avenue, lienwecn Hixth and Heventb
trecti Will K. iUwaiMi, M. li.
nAlflO ENl'AMPkfKNT, I. O. O. F..meti
kJiu Ortd-Fellowa' liall oa tbe Bret and third
I iitwiay in every aionlh, at balf-aaat eevui
A. Coaimili C
CA1KU UJUUK. NO. !07, A.F. A. M.
liuld reirular eommiuiiaatieai in Ma
XJTaonic Hall, oorner Commercial avenaa
' 'and ighUi airaet, oa Ua aeoond aad
'ourth Monday of each month.
BATBB) UF AUVF-BTIalMU.
rjFAU billa for advertiauif , are due aad pay
able 1 ASVAXUa
1 ranaieat advertlalag will be lnaerted at tha
rate ef II W per aquare for the flrat Inaullun
aud 60 ceata for each aubaequtnt one A liberal
diaoount will be aiade on ataailiug and diapl
For inaertlug Faaeral notice H 0 Notice ol
meeting of aocietiea or aecret ordera to oenui for
Church, Society, Featival and Supper notiooa
will only be laacrtad aa advertiaemenu
Ke advertuMmeat will be received at leaa thaa
to cettta, a 3d no aarertiaement will be inawud
for leaa thaa three dollara per moetn
LOCAL ni BISLBa NOTIIKM
Of one square (8 lines ipac) or more, in
serted In the Bclijctih as follows : (Leu
than one aqaare counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square $ CO
Two Insertion! per square. 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
81x Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square - 2 60
One month ter square. 8 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or tor longer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owing to tbe preaent hard times and
earcity ol money, I will, alter this date,
Hell Bread at 30c. per dozen, or 2
Loavea lor 3 Ovale.
Alio Cakea. Pin, etc., at proportionately
Tbeee gonda are of the very beat iu the
city, and will recommend tbttn.elvea ai
rOrdora Ironi abroad will receive
I'rop'r Union B ikery.
( omiuercial Ave., bet. 4th and titli Ms.
Cairo, August j, 1 H77
ZZ SUNDAY, August 12,187
A ottage on Ninth street, in good
repair. Applj' to E. Dkzonu,
31-tl City Nittional Bauk
A eottae with tour rooms and kitchen,
situated on the southeast corner of r'ifth
and Walnut street'. The houe U in
excellent repair. Apply to
Si Jons McNt LTV.
Fleturee and Bracket.
K. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. 11a bos opened a
large stock oi bracket, shelves, frames,
rhromo, picture cord mid tassela, cur
tain tuelx tancy nails, hat racks, etc.
1'icture training made a speciality
Chromo. mounted In tie cheapest and
bent style. lrn
To all who are suflering from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weuknc, early decay, loss or man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe ttiat will
cure you, free of charge. This great
einedy was discovered by a miselonary
In South America. Send a celf-ud-tlresscd
envelope to the Rev. Joepli T.
Inraaii, Elation D. Uible t lloune. New
York City. l-30-6tn
11 use, I. ooiiii! & Co., dealers in north
em lake ice, have removed their oillce
Irom the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the Ice houses one door be
low the St. Chui les hotel, and are now
delivering Ice In all parts of the cltys
Those desiring the cold stuff will leave
their orders at the new ofllce, where they
will receive prompt attention.
James Kavanaigh, Manager.
Caiho, Illh., May 17, 1877. 6-17-lm
H otice of niBNelutloii.
Notice U hereby given to our lriemlg
and patrons, and to tho public in general,
that the linn oi E. A W Under, Is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Ed
ward A. Buder will continue the business
at tbe old stand, corner ot Washington
avenue and Eighth street, iu lils own
name, he having assumed all the llabili
itles and being entitled alone to collect
all outstandings ot the old tlrui. Hoping
that the same liberal patronage extended
to the jewelry establishment may be
continued In the ittture.
t-DWARD A. Jtl'bKR,
William Ki dkk.
Caiko, Ills., July 31st, 1877. 7-311!iv
Ilnve yon Oyapepem ?
With Its attendant troubles, constipa
tion, headache, loss of appetite, gloomi
ness, water brash, distress alter eat
ing, etc.? If so tuko DuCosta's radical
cure and be well. lurosultlH astonish
ing, and sure relief is guaranteed iu every
case, where it is used as directed. It
assists digestion, tone up the stomach,
strengthens the debilitated, restores a
natural appetite and as a liver regulator
has no equal. A clergyman of L'hlladel
phla says : It Is the very loundutlon of
health. To all who arc suffering from a
disordered stomach or liver, or who need
a gentle spring or summer tonic, we say
try It, and you will thank ns for the ad
Vioe, Trial size 25 cents. Sold by Bar
Also agents tor Parker's pleasant
worm syrup, which Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take, and requires
no physic. Price 2o cents. Try It,
The police courts were at usual,
Mr. II, II. C'andec returned homo
Mrs. M. B. Ilolyoke, the Chicago tem
perance lecturer and organizer, has gone
II There will be services at the Episco
pal Church this morning at 11 o'clock.
Sunday School at 9:110.
A much needed new crossing Is being
put down at the corner of Fourteenth
street and Commercial avenue.
And still they come. Charley Thick
Is the next to register a "daisy" of a girl
baby. It arrived yesterday morning.
Miss K ninth, who has been In this
city for several weeks past visiting her
brother, returned to her home yesterday
Lost A gold sleeve button, with
cross engraved on the face. The tiuder
will be liberally rewarded by leaving it
Mies Alice Lansden.ot Chicago, well
known to all of the young people ol
Cairo, is visiting at the residence oi her
uncle, John M. I.ansden.
Wo have a new amctcur dramatic
society in our midst, composed ot up
town young folks, who are suld to give a
most creditable entertainment.
Mildness conquers and hence it is
that the gentle yet positive influence of
Dr. Bull's Baby .Syrup overcomes so
quickly the disorders of Babybood.
Trice 25 cents.
Like benutilul jewels in brazen B'-t-tingMre
handsome features upon a face
ll.rl.l I. It . .(' 1
i he great purilier ot the blood is Dr.
Bull's Blood Mixture.
F. M. Ward lias gone into the ice
business, and is now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of Dm city. Orders lelt
with Li I in will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
antoed. 1 2-1 ui
'1 here will be the usual services at
the Tresbyterlan church, Eighth street,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
street, thii morning. T.cv. B. Y. George,
pastor. All are invited to attend.
The Theodore Thomas concerts st
6t. Louis are agitating some of our
musical people, aud a party to go to
that citv for the purpose of hearing the
great musical festival is talked oi.
At the Methodist church, corner ot
Eighth an J Walnut ttreets, there will be
the usuhI services this morning, con
ducted by the Iter. J. D. Gillhatn. A
cordial invitation to attend is extended
There willbe a union service of the
Methodist and Presbyterian congrega
tions held in tbe Presbyterian church
this evening at the usual hour. The
Ber.J. D. Gilham will occupy the pul
pit. Dan ilogan, of Mound City, the
Republican candidate lor county clerk of
Pulaski county is out among the voters
doing the hardest kind of electioneering.
It is laid that Dan will go back to the
clerk's ofllce again alter the election
Mr. N. S, Pennington, general
freight agent of the Cairo and Yincennes
railroad, returned from a busi
ness trip north and east night beiore last,
lie says the Ohio river above Cincinnati
looks like a creek one might step across.
It is getting quite low.
If the city authorities will look into
the cause ol that very unpleasant mud
puddle near the corner of Eighteenth
street and Commercial avenue, aud abate
the nuisance, they will confer a iavor on
the people living In that vicinity that
will he appreciated.
The following lines were received by
Grand Father Piuek yesterday :
What nbull lsuy?
A babe is born to your ton to-day.
Willie ii uncle, Eddie tbe tame,
And Boiie PinoU ia to be its name."
The stockyards oithe JllinoisXcn
trul railroad company, just complied in
this city, lire, as good and welfirranged
as any in tbe state. The Illinois Central
is lookhgforward to a big business in
the transportation of Texas and other
stock to the E;ist this season.
The Cairo shooting club was over
the river yesterday afternoon, trying
their hands on glass balls again but
with what success we did not learn.
They are all excellent shots and could
break every ball If the plagued things
would only hold still, but shot onto! one
of those powerful traps tbey go so fast
that they are exceedingly difllcult to
On Friday night, for tho first time in
two years, the old Silver Cornet band oi
this city held a meeting. With tho ex
ception of Messrs. Gosstnau and Bernard
Smyth, all the members of the Laud
were present. There was also quite a
number of invited guests. The meeting
was held In K luge's hall. After playing
several of their old pieces, the entire party
was served with refreshments, and tho re
mainder of the evening was spent In gen
eral enjoyment. Tbe band, we may say,
has been re-organlzed,and will herealter
hold regular meetings. An open-air con
cert from the old Silver Cornet would be
most acceptable to their many friends.
The excursion and wrecking steam
er, T. P. Eckcrt, has finished her con
tract with the owners of the Golden
Rule and Is making her way book to
Jack Winter's town. The next thing
we know tho Irrepressible mayor of
Cairo will have fhe people excited nn the
subject of his postponed excursion, Due
notice will be given ot the time. W
Harris Cunningham appeared In a
newspaper ofllce In Paducah tho other
day and Informed the proprietor of the
Institution that he Intended miking: It
very warm, legally, lor all the ncVj
papers that had tak:n any part In tbe
blackening of his reputation, where
upon the .S'i of that city remarks that
all (he charges made against Cun
ningham are true and that the authori
ties of Union City did wrong In letting
him slip through their lingers.
The people of Cairo have, in times
past, t'evotcd considerable of their pri
vate means to public uses; but we cannot
resist the conviction that they have other
means on hand which may, through pro
per eflbrt, be secured for the purpose of
erecting a town hall. No city in the
west, containing even one half the popul
ation ot Cairo, is without such a
building; and if our cltieiii had not
gained a wide-spread reputation for liber
ality, the absence ot such a building in
Cairo would tell a story of closed-listed-ncss
which It would bo unpleasant to
hear repeated. It is not our understand
ing of the aims of the tax-payers' associ
ation, that It is to confine its labors to
the resistance of illegal levies of taxes;
but that It will lend a helping hand to
all projects that have In view the materi
al, educational and social well-being of
tho city. Why, then, may not the tax
payers' association, in conjunction with
the city council, inaugurate an effort to
provide for Cairo a creditable town hall ?
''lie RnreN YeNiprday,
The races at St. Mary's park yesterday
were witnessed by fully five hundred
people, the crowd being thickly sprlnk
with representatives from Kentucky and
Missouri. The first rate was the pacing
contest, between Bill Scott'l "Buckeye
Bill" and the Kentucky horse ' Badger,"
owned by Mr. Tom Settle, of woodvllle.
The horses after scoring twice, got away
on the third trial, with their noses close
together. -Mr. Settle handled "Badger"'
and Scott "Buckeye Bill' both horses
being under saddle. The start was from
the gate, and before the horses had
paced a hundred yards, "Buckeye Bill"
went up in the air and never stopped
running until he hud reached the Judges
stand, within two hundred yards
of the gtartlug point. Here Scott
brought him to tipsce again by bringing
him into a gait not taster than a walk.
'Badger" made good use of Bill's bad
break, and without any trouble what
ever, opened a gap of fully four hundred
yards between hlra and his antagonist,
before he reached tbe wire on the llrst
half mile. Scott's horse would not work
alter this at all, and Badger kept Increas
ing the space between them at every
stride, going over the score winner ot the
race and stake by live hundred yards.
The time ol the heat was not taken.
Next came the pony race between
Sproat's "Choctaw" and a Kentucky
pony. The match was for twenty dollars a
side, and distance one-fourth of a mile.
The poules got awuy with the Kentucky
animal slightly in tho lead. Ai tbe
quarter stretch he was forty feet ahead
of "Choctaw," and was declared winner
of the race and money.
After this race Jack Hodge's bay hore
was matched against "Choctaw's" con
queror for a purse of thirty dollars. The
distance was a quarter of a mile, Hnd
again the little grey came oil with the
honors, the Hodge horse flying the track
before the Jietauce had been half run.
This ended the morning's sport.
A race was made up on the track be
tween the Hodge horse and Tat Fitzger
ald's mare, to run a half mile next Sat
urday for twenty dollars a side.
Alexander Uoumy rnlr Ainorlmlon
The effort recently put on foot to or
ganize an Agricultural uud mechauical
fair association, in this county, should
meet the hearty co-operation ol every
citizen iuterested iu the development and
well being of the county and its indus
tries. Everybody is sufficiently advised
of the benefits that invariably grow out
of well managed fair associations, and
hence an enumeration of tin in is un
necessary. It is enough to say, that they
inspire a laudable competition iu farm
ing, manufacturing, stock raising, Iruit
growing and in all branches of produc
tive industry represented among the
people. Situated as Cairo is, the an
imal fairs ot such an association would
draw thousands ot people from Ken
tucky, Missouri and Tennessee, who
would not only enter itito a friendly
competition with our people lor the
various prises, but would bring to the
coffers of our merchants, hotel keepers
and business men, tens of ttiuusauds of
dollars, which, but for our lairs, would
But none of these ends can be brought
about unless our people lend substantial
aid to the gentlemen who have tbe pro
ject In hand. Money will be required to
tit un the fair grounds and provide a pre
mium list, and that money must come
from the people most directly Iuterested.
The affair Is in Industrious and responsi
ble bands, and if the people ol Cairo and
Alexander county perforin their part,
two years will not have elapsed before
the Alexander County Agricultural and
Mechanical Fair Association will be
known as one ot the most prosperous in
Southern Illinois. Whenever, then, the
managers make their call for help, let
the subscriptions for stock or direct do
nations be such us will bo lu keeping
with the well known liberality of our
people, and such as will place the
association upon u tooting that will furn
ish un absolute guaranty of perman
ency and succes,
Is a sad affliction to suffer from. It attacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
Is a constant dread of impending dangers,
tho 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 affection of fie liver, stomach, urinary
orgaus.etc, aud can be successfully com
bat ted by tbe aid ot rest and light diet,
and tha use of a remedy which will re
store uew force, promote seerotions aud
excretions, and give tone to tho whole
system. Such a health restoring remedy
has been found tn the Home Stomach
CejaJMayi f l iCTMiiiaaw TTiTii lajijei
MA YOB WllfTEA VS. ALDERMAH
Hie Honor Turn Clerk-That Baton of
Beaolutlona-He Will Give I hem a
To l he Editor of ibe Cairo Bulletin:
The following is a correct portion of
the proceedings left unpublished by the
city clerk which were transacted at the
council meeting lust Tuciduy night.
After the city councilors decided it was
a portion oi the council proceedings and
as such ought to huvi been published, t o
wit; Alderman U light arose, pre
sented and read the lollowing preamble
Wiiukkak, It is the duty ot the coun
cil to use every effort In their power to
promotu the growth and prosperity ol
Wiir.itKAS, Our geographical position,
our two great rivers, many railroads, etc.,
while being the envy of other cities, lias
tailed to give us (hat standing to which
we are seemingly entitled, and
Whkkbas, it lias lately been discovered
that Cairo is peculiarly adapted to stock
raising and herding, u.s our waters are
abundant, esnecslally in the spring ot the
year, and our commons being immense
iu acre ige, and covered w ith a luxuriant
growth ot doii leiitud, cockle burrs, and
other nutritious grasses, nud
Witr.itKAS, A former council (the
embers of which failing (o appreciate
Hie lulliiik' L'rutil ot the liosr, the musical
braving of the ass and the fragrance of
the gout) did enact certain ordinances
about giving the rilits ot ourcitizens in
compelling them to protect their stocks,
Whkhkas, fhe said ordinances are
still in effect, but for certain reasons best
known lo the proper authpritles, (hey
refuse to enforce them. There ore be It.
Heaulvtd, That (lie mayor appoint a
special committee of three whose duty it
shall be to correspond with prominent
stock men in different part! of the coun
try sotting forth the above facts ami it
nossible induce some ot them to come
and invest In our vey desirable pasture
Alderman Wright moved the adoption
ot same, which was seconded by Alder
man Yocum and on the chair putting tbe
question, some remarks was made
bv some of the Aldermen in
regard to the same going before the
public. When Alderman Thistlewood
arose to a point of order that the resolu
tion was out of order. When I decided
the resolution was in order au appeal be
ing taken from the chair, it was decldtd
to be out of order. Now I leave it to a
discriminating public was the preamble
and resolution out of order? As regards
the article in yesterday morning's paper
signed "Circus," I will simply say be
fore I am done with him or the council,
(I will give them a circus).
Henry Winter, Mayor.
iol Out Tour Mieepililii .
To the Medical Profession of Illinois:
Tho State Board of Health is prepared
to issue certlfkates of graduation in ac
cordance with the medical practice act,
recently passed by the legislature ot this
state, and now in force.
The law requires that every person
practicing medicine In any of its depart
ments shall have either a diploma, a li
cense, or a certificate of examination
from the Board of Health.
Those holding diplomas or licenses
are required to present them to the board
lor verification. Such veritication con
sists in thcalUlavit of the hoMerand ap
plicant that he is the lawful possessor of
the same, and that he Is the person there
in named. The fee for the clrtiicate is
$1; and it the diploma or liccnsj is found
to be not genuine the board is authorized
to charge and collect $20.
Graduates may present th ir diplomas
and affidavits by letter or by proxy.
Applications for ccrtiticates will be
mado to the President or the Secretary.
Blank ulQdavitt furnished, aud affidavits
t iki-n at the olll.v ol the Board, Slate
For the purpose ot convenience, diplo
mas and affidavits may be sent trom
their Immediate neighborhoods to Dr. II.
Wnrdner, Cairo. Ill; Dr. W. M. Cham
hers, Charleston; Dr. J. M. Gregory,
Champaign; Dr. V. Bateman, Gales
burg, and A. L. Clark, Elgin. By order
of the Board.
E. W.Gray, M. D,. Scc'y.
There are three forms ot affidavits
one for those ot less than ten years prac
tice, one for over ten years in pructhe
whether graduates or not and one tor
those who have lost their diplomas.
Dr. Wardner will furnish them on appli
Why Suffer IUanepUc Torturra,
Wlieti the famous regulator ot enfeebled,
acid or bilious stomachs, Hosteller's
Bitters, will cure you ? Could you read
tho testimony of the myriads ol dys
pepf.es whom It haa cured, though you
might bej)t a skeptical turn, voti would
be convinced. Evidence of its efficacy
Is constantly multiplying, and this re
lates not only to cases of dyspepsia, but
also liver complaint, constipation, urinary
and uterine troubles, and malarial dis
orders. The success which has attended
this great stomachic has incited unscru
pulous parties to mutiuliicture imitations
of It, which they attempt to palm off us
the genuine article. But, so familiar are
the public with the real elixir, that these
nefarious attempts are rarely successful.
Neither Imitutlon or competition affect
the popularity ot the standard article.
To The Pnblie.
I take pleasure In culling the attention
of my friends and the public generally
to the fact that 1 h ive discontinued the
management of the Aacade saloon, and
will on this day reopen the Butcher's
and Drover's Exchange, on Elgtli street,
between Commercial and Washington
avenues, where I will serve my custom
ers with the bast of wines, Illinois and
cigars and the best ot Cincinnati lager.
Respectfully, John Kkohi.kr.
Cairo, August 9, 1877. 4t
Ot hardware dealei for ih
hi Standard Snimeled Preuriitj Estill
Mule only by (he Standard Muufwotarina;
Oo. FlttaburaT Fn. Kvery kettle utdo. of
caet Iron, warranted and guaranteed am to cob
tela ear lead or araeafc or tJ other polaoiiou
mailer whgeever . - 4-S-lm
The Idlowiid night before last brought
1,IU0 sacks corn und a large lot of Hour
and sunurics. She found eeant 4 feet
TheC, XV. Anderson comes out on the
Idlewlld's duy next week, as the latter is
to lay up this trip.
On Thursday tho new boat Dora Cav-
ender will leave Evausville to run In the
trade durlug low water, when the Ark
ansas Belle will lay up.andthe Anderson
will tako her place.
Scant S feet Is reported to St. Louis. .
Captain Humble, of the firm ot Hum
ble and Wenscl, whurf boat proprietors
at Yicksburg, Is a passenger on the
earner Golden City. He is on bis re
turn from an extended visit east.
The Capitol City, night before last, had
a good Hip of Irciglit and passengers for
The Tort Kads :in l barges will be here
to-morrow for New Orleans.
TheJno. 15. Maude Is tho Anchor Line
packet lor Yicksburg this evening.
The Ilelle Min veport is due from St.
Louis this evening lor New Orleans, and
the Laura L. Davis lor St. Louis.
The Yint Shinklf, 'Japtnln KumMom
Is the packet lor Cincinnati, and the Sil
verthorno for Evausville this evening.
The E. B. Stuhliiian is due from Nash-
ville, and will return immediately.
The little towboat II. F. Deval brought
two barges of coal from Paducah yes
terday. The Hickory with a load of staves
passed to St. Louis last evening,
AsK Ihe nroVtrrd
dnipv.ii a, blioii.
uITiti r, vii'tiiin ol
ieyrund uilf, the
lient, bow Ihey recov
ernl health, cheerful
liirilv, aud good up
,etilej tl.ey will tell
i ou by imUiik Sim
nion's Liysr Fftfu-
TIJECIIKAfKT, ADI!K1 FA.MI.Y -Mr.D-IC1NKINTHK
Kor fJVal'El'SIA, CON.STIPA'I'InN.Jiuiili e,
IiiliuusatlueU, MCK II KAUAI II K, ( one, I
lirewionof spirits., MX U STOMACH, Heart
Mil n, etc. , eic.
Thii uiiiivalli'il leathern Remedy l war
ranted nut to coutuiu u iiiniiie of Mciiury,
or any iijurioiia sutituue.e, but is
containing those southern rontu and Ileitis wlilch
au all wlni providence him pluceil in cuuiitriea
where Liver inseu-M pnv li . it will cine all
nlneaaca caused by (Icniiiuuintnt ob the l.ver
ami uo wait.
The symp'ome of Liver (.'nmiililnt are u bit
ter or bad tiu-te iu tile mou'.h; l'uiu lu the buck ,
idea or .loinw, often liiiaiuken lor rhcuiua
ti'lu; i-diir ttomai'h, Ions ol appelite, Umelt
ttlienwlrly roanve and lav, htuiluehe. Ions of
mem n , wild a puiulul Mnnatiou of IuvIiik
tailed to do MimtlhuiK whlcu oulit tu liu.e
lieeii d jne, ilt jihiy, luw spirn, a thick yel
low appearance ol the skin ami eyes, a dry
CHiiKh nlten iiilntuk n for consumption.
S iiuetinies many of thee sjiuiitmua intend
the dinette, ut others very lew, but the liver, I lie
largest oinnii lu the bmlv, i generally ih seal
of tlin'iues unil If not rcKUlaUil in time, ureal
euUVricK, v. relcheducbs aud lil.AIII wi.T en.
1 can recommend as an erflendnue remedy for
ilibi-HHoeul the Liver, Heartburn und Uv-i'ci.-uu,
Minnious' Liver UeKclaiur. Ltwia Wonaa,
ITii. Ma,ier street, Assiotaut l'osiinaskr, Phil
adelphia. "We have teated its virtues, personally, and
now that for Kjspep-l , Ililiou-iicut and
'1 hrobhiutf llcaduche it u (he hen medicine tue
werlil ever eaw. We have tried forty o her
remedies before Simmon.' l-.ver Itetrnhitor,
bill none uf tlieui Kave lie inure ilun Umi'iiruiy
rebel; but the IteKiihi'nr nut ofcly reliev 'd
butrureilue "-Ko. 1'iatoKAi'ii su Mini
i. H, .llucon, (,a.
Nothing in eo unpleasant, nothing so cuimunn
us bail breulh und lii nearly every i'ii-e 11 eniuen
from the .-tiunurh, uml cnu be ut easily enrreei
eil if you will tuke Simmons' Liver Uegulutor,
Do not neiflee.t ao suro a rnuniy lur t .U re
pulsive di-ord. r. It will als improve your
Appetite, complexion, uud dtuurul lleallh.
This dielresainit ulllieiiuii cecum most fre
quently, i he iiistui baiiio of lliu atom.irh,
arising from imperfectly diceslnl contents,
causes severe pain In tli : heii.l. Hecompi.nieil
with disagreeably nausea, uud Ibis cuu, mules
hat is popi.Ui ly known us ."i.tk HeaiUelie. Kor
pruiupt rdn T
TAKE SIMMONS LIVER
REGULATOR, OR MED
ICINE, cnntiilns lour medical elements, never
ted in tue itaiiiu happy prup rtion In any
er ir puratiou, viz: a ueulle l uilmrtn' u
lu lei I ul tonic, an iioevcetitiri.aUle uttiruiive
d , certain Corrective ul all impurities uf
e b; dy. Micbaiifual sinves. h ia aik'iidvd ita
se, tli.. i It ia now rcunlcd us tiit
tl r lXI L AL hl'K' itC
As a Keiiicily in
MVLAItlOlN KKVKItS, HO .MX COM
I'LAiNTx, DVsprl'. IA, MKM'AI, DKI'u M.
Mi.X. Klsi .hS.Ne.s, J At.MiKt iN L
MI,NlLk HKAUVCHK. UiI.lC. CoKMTr
A'lTU.Nand 111 -lOlsM. S
IT HAS NO fcyCAI..
Armed with this ANTTDu'l K, all chantfe ol
cliiu.ite ami water and fond may bo faced Uh
otil tear. As a hcrnnly lu MALAIUniS
rhVfcltS, IIU VK1. CuM PI. AIM'S, lll.hl'
I.hssNfc.i.S, .I.U. M'11 K, N AU.xKA,
M .MTALlUltl 0 ONLY II V
.1. II Zt.ll.LN,
1'ricel.oo. Sold by all iMUKKi.to.
Mute ul' Illinois, Comity uf Alvxsmler.
Circuit cbiiri of Alexander county, Septem
ber term, A . li 1ST.
Ediiiuini K. U'llrien vs. (Mmtind II. tiaraa-lity,
Lunelle i.. a mi,- ty. Jacob II. hurruuxh, Jon
puiiicCariBhty 11. slovinand J. smviu bill
in Chancery .
AUidavit ol the non-nsuienee of .'ucob llur
rmiKU, Kunelie Ouriiflity, II. Meyiu uml .1.
Sleviu ol tlivileleiiuuula above numed, haviuir
been tiled in Ihe ollicu t the clerk ol aid Cir
cuit court of A'cxuiidcr eoiialy, notice ia here
hy . Iveu to the said Hon resident ilel'endania,
Unit tliecoinptuinunt bus tiled his bill uf com
plaint in said court on the chancery side thereof
on the llrst day of May, a. o. ihif, ami Hint a
numinous thereupon issued out of aai l court
HKauisl laid tlefwiiduiits, returnable, on the
third Monday of Muy. A. D, Is;;, aa is by luw
required. And an order having iicen entered of
reeurii in aaui couri at tne iay lerm l?77, Dime
of, that laid cause stand continued, with order
of publication Now, .barelolti. linlesa you,
the auld .lucb It. HurruuKh. Luu-eue Uamithty,
B. Mevin iiad J. Mcvlu shall personally be ami
appear Iwlore theaald Circuit court of Aleviin
der county on the first duy uf the next term
thereof, to be holdeu at tbe court house in the
city of Cairo, iu said county, on Ihe tlral Mob
day of September a. b. Is77, and plead, an
swer or demur to the auid comnluinaut'ahlll of
couiiilutut, the siime, and the matters and things
tiiereiui'inirneii ami aiuien, wilt uetuaen as con
I esse, I, and u decree entered aguiuet yoll accord
iuit to the prayer of said bill.
JOHN A. ItEEVE, i hrk.
Joimll. Mt i.Kxv. Coinplaiiiant'a Solicitor.
Cairo, Ills., July l lth, A. I). 107. oiv.
STEATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMJtaiCAN POWDf
M Ohio Lnve.
loUe la Wi.U1tc,arJu,Ciiui4y1,l
ir panirulNrt. PP. Cur
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
t,on, or in hogshoade, for shipment
jromptly attended to.
naTTo large consumers and a
nanufacturers, we are prepare
:o supply any quantity, by th
nontn or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITY VUAL COMPAJTY.
Oillce on wharlboat, footer Sixth at.
(illice of Halllday Brothers, oppoalte St.
F.gypliiui tulUx Twentieth at.
Coal dump, oot of Thirty-eighth it., or
Tost ottlce drawer SOU.
aUAH HUA Itl.
Evansvllla, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
villa, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings. .
1 he elegant aide-wheel ateanter
alter H. PmxiwoToi......U .Matter
JiUKt.i" PaNmnuTON Clerk
t Will leave Cairo every WED5ISDAT at
o'oiouk i. io.
The fleet steamer
Lb. TlloHAs .,
Leavea Cair every SATUftDAY.
with tlrat-iilam ateamnrafor 8t. l.ouia, Mem-
puiauii.ew urieaus, anu at Lvauaville with
Ihoh.. .tC. R. U. for all poinU North and Kaat,
anil with the Louisville Mail Stenmere fohall
ooinuouthe LIpper Ohio, giving thrauKh re
oelpu ou Ireifhu and paaaengera to all point
for urtner luronuarlon apply to
JAMES BIGcM, Paaaenget Arnnt.
HALUUAY BKOS., f .
J. 41. VHILUVS, j ASeJt.
Hi tt il t elDA Vlfttn
auiierintiadnt una General Freight A ffat.
A"-u-eJu- W . B.VkUBVUlf 1111 1 in,
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
(Twentieth Street Oppoilte Court Bouse.)
JOHH REESE, Proprietor.
Tilts In Ihe oiliest L.Lh eln tha ll I..
proprietor l"ses no ojiporlunlty to accommo
date the pulill '.
lledetneiH ire-b breud Iwicea day, when he
receive un uph i villi r enonal or through the
lie b.Jies I'osiuo ltrowu bread, and all kind
of Cakes suitable for weld inn frusta. mrhi
uivcniiiia inai ins motto ia: "ihe beat
of iuiuiIs at Ibe moat renaouuble price
BOOTS & SHOES
CoCeo. Sugar Si Syrno,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
All stiffen rs from tlila dlteeane
anxioiiH to he cured should try Dr. Kiss
net's Ct lehmted Consumptive Ti wdevrs.
I heso powdi rs are i lie only preparation
know n tbut w ill cure C'on-tiniption and all
dikPusea of tho lliroiit nud luna indeed,
o alronir is ourfuith In Iheui, nnd alao to
convince you that tliry are no humbug, we
win mrwuru to every snucrer, Dy man
postpaid, a free trial box.
w e don t want your money until you are
perfectly aatlstiod ol their curative nawere,
U you life is worth Hviti)!,aon't delay In
giving tliese powdtra a trial, a tUey wil
surely cure you.
Trice, lor larjre box, 3. ent to eny part
of the l'nitei States or Canada by mail on
receipt of jirlrt-. Ail'irem,
ASH & ROBBINS,
300 Fulton Slice t, lirooklvn, N. Y.
.Uuppv luhei lu young juau from. '
the elfecta of error and abueee inl
early life. Mauaood Itaalorad. Im-IQ
iiedlmeuts to marriage removed. M
New methnd of treatment. NewjC
and reiuarkuble nuucdiea. Booke JT
and circulars tent free In aealedjO
:euveliiee. Adders llowaao A a-IS
siu tATioK. il N. Ninth at. I'hlla-fQ
ilelphla. t. Aa liutltutlon bar-m
lnaa hiirh reputation tur honor-i"
able oouduct and brofeationalt
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Betwaeo WaaiUnctoa .OomaMrotay
Avej avellolBta ataaar'.
X. a. SMITH
Phyiioian & Sarctoa.
Offloe lu Wmter'a Dlock, oornar erejiik aaa)
Coiumerelal Avenue, (eutraao A Seveatk.
Ueeldeaoel'bUuaintb atreel, aat of WaaUaftoa