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ilUO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Any business firm ran Iiht three lines
( aca, In till column under appropriate heading
liberate ol Sl.fjo lt nioulliur fU per year
ayaine quarterly in auvauce..
Hardware, Htoten and Tin Ware.
. I1AT.T.1FVrwilui-iiiKtiva-Tinnl Hard
ur, Uaidrn and tanners' Implements, Wire
ii.oils, lletrlgeratoni, rumps mm Minim.
lri Commercial Avenue. MuiUsrlnjr. and Joli
(Turk dune od abort notice.
I 5 MeJlAIIKY llHllrrlnlliir.l ami ..,11 Iiimi
ter, flooring, ceilinir, aiding' ml surfaced
lumber, luth and shingles, iilliee and yard
urni-r i vrenuetii streei aim wuflhliiKtun avenue'
f.Af:ASTVI( A llll'.'n..li.n I. ...I,
lixjti, blinds, etc., Iianl anil soil luiiilr anil
nwgies. lara anil oiui-e, commercial avenue,
vrnrr 17th street.
I). II A RTM AM Dealer In O'iwi.bwiii. Toys.
Lamps 4id ell kluda nl lancy arlicls, I tinrntr-
ul avenue, comer lu Hm-i,
WILLIAM WINTEK-Sixlli street Mm
-omnieTc.laljajenue anil usliinnttm avenue.
I'lotnuitT "t Men-limit rnllarlnir.
JOII.V ANTRIM -Merchant Tailor ami dealer
in Kratlr Jlaile l-lutlili.x. ;a ohin la-vce.
Heal t.Ntate Aireiicien.
M. .7. IIOWLKV-Keal Kstate Ajent. lluya
i nil una mi nw, caileru rent, nays la
lot non-residents, etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth anil Tenth streets.
II Cotton ami TuIjhcco Factors ami prf-
iinriori in ins rarmers' Aonucro VI arelioue.
in a hi (.oniinmemsi a venae.
) lnerai Forwarding and Commission
merchant, lor the sale of Farm, Garden, Oi-
'iiani buij iiairy rrepiuce. v .iiiih Lve.
EA. WIIKELOI.K A ( I).-
General ForwurdinK and I ominimlon
merchants, and dealers in all kinds of h run itml
Produce. A Ohio Isvt. Consignments olic
Meil, btenctle iuroUbei on appii-amm. .
K. r. Hnaktl't mttw H'lue of iron
dm nover been known to fuii in tlie curs ol
tteaknenf, attended with symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, loan of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakM-, horror
of disease, weak, nervous tremblim;, dread
fut horror of death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, luiiKUor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular ayntem,
enorinoui ippetite with dTcnejitii:
tem, hot banda, Ouahlni; ol the body, dry.
iiem of tho akin, pallid countenance aiid
eruption on the fac. purily Inc the blood,
pain In tlm back, heavmeii ol the eyelid,.,
frequent blark apol" Hying before the eve
with temporary miffi:iun and lorn of i(;'ht,
w&nt ol attention, etc. Tbete i-ytnptouiH
all erino from a wcikni-M, and to remedy
tii at, ue K. V. Kutikel'i llitter Wine ot
Iron. It ni'vei 'nil. ThoumindH arc now
enjoying health who have uied it. (Jet
the genuine, tiolj only In ?1 bottke. Take
only E. V. Kunk.tr..
Aak for Kunkel'e Bitter Wine of Iron.
'Jhii truly valuable tonic h:m been n thwr
oii(;bly tented by nil olaaie" of thn comiim
nlty that it ii now deemed lndi-penKable
an a tonic mcdlclni'. It coi!. I.ut little,
imritiea the blouil and flven tone to the
touiach. rrnuvatc tho y,.em and pry
I only ak a triul nf tliU Mlmlilc tonic.
Trice II per bottle. K. I'. Kunkel, ole
proj rletor. No. u North Ninth street.
iw Vine, i'hiladelhla. I'a. jsk for Kuu
kel'i Hitler Wine of iron, and take no
other. A photograph ol tiio proprietor on
each wrapper; all other are counterfeit.
Itewure of counterfeit. I)onotlt jour
drugget fell you any but Hunker, wlili ti
in put up omy an above rcpreaented. You
cn ftetaix bottlo.H lor live dollar-. All I
aak ih one titnple trial.
TAPE WOKM BKMOVED AI.IVE.
Head amlall complete in Un hour. 'o
fee till hea imtsen. seat, I'iu and -totiiavli
worm rem Jed by Dr. Kunkel, '. .Sort h
.Ninth troet. Advice free. No ee until
head and nil patue In one, and ativ. Dr.
Kunkel U the only .uce( ful phyrli.hn In
thin countiy lor the removal of worm-, nd
hla Worn syrup It pit a.mt and fala for
clitldien or yrown poim". Si ml for rir
cular. or ak for a bottle of Kunkel
Worm )rup. l'dcc nno dollurper bottle.
I ct It ol vour driiL't'iHt It never lails.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Boad Ruonicg Two
Daily Trains from Cairo.
Train Leave Cairo
1 20 p.m. Kaft Kxpress, arriving in M.
Louis i:M) p, m.; rhleno, ':''), a.m.
2 20 P.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VILLE FAST LINE
i.-rivinitl n Cincinnati S:30, a m.; Louis
ville, K;i5, a.m.: Indianupoli, 4.1."i a.m.;
ruKiengci by this trnln urrive at above
OF ANT OTflERKOUIE.
1;:!0 p. m. F nst Jiail with tiecpem attach
ed, for .ST. LOI.IS and CHICAGO,
arriving in St. Louis at U:;i0 a.m. thi
caco ut 4.:i0 p.n. Connecting ut Odin
or Klllngbam lor Cinclunatl, LouIhviIIc
FAST TIME EAST
f uftmetn Iiy thin line k tliroiicrli to
the fcant without any delay nuuscd by
Jhfl SATUKDAY AKTRItNOON TIIAIN
PJtOM CAIRO AKKIVKS IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MOBISINO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF AMY OTIIKIl KOUTE.
AilvertlxcmcnM of coiupetinf lines lli.it
i hey make better time than tula one, are
are IhHtied either tlironuli ignorance or a
denire to mttilcad the public.
t or through ticket ami information,
tpply at llllnoln Central It. it. Depot, Cairo.
TIIAIN AlllUVI AT CAIIO
(xprcm ., , 'J i() ii tn
. . Oi u'l (outhcr,n Agt
MI. .foMtM.Tlck.it Agt.
l4(r t Heat aim Coiiirnil lur
Mm. Henry Ward lleeehor, whose Itouso
hold kuowledk'e and perfect honesty no
one piONiiliuu to doubt, recomuicndahniiKe
keepers to too Waabiue. the uowmibutiiuto
lor eoap. Bhe u:y aho Is pleased with it.
Ill aKrcuteuver. ol lime and labor, and
i in no more Injure clothing tlmn couimnn
mirm water. Mr. Bee her i illit.
Wusblno ban tunny great udviiiUnncn over
map. Itwaaheiln one-third of the time.
1 1 aluoit eutiruly (loon away with rubbl hit.
W annul at well lit bard water toit it In
tho only article known tint will proven
woolem trom nhrinkir((. Otlicranlelen aa
latomwlitlnwMhififf,, liuttuey Injure
tlifl rothe. Wtiliino positively will not
Injur olotlilDff. -
Thee are tome ot the qualities which
have mad Wash I no ao popular iuon(; the
lutelllKent homekeepem H America. All
who are not uslotf Waiblne will not rrot
It If they Uke ipeelkl pains to procure tod
tlvt It a trial. rrloe.ninaiOrentt. 8oM
I ' I 1 In- kultrbli uf the above order nievl
UJ at their bull thu llr.t and third tlomlay
n em u nuiiitlu Couiinvrcial avenue, 'M iI'joi
auiitli of litb mrret, ul h p.m.
Iiihm I). Homy., I), (i. M.
XB. A8(, A I.ON LODQB, NO. 61.
klflh . Knlrhui of Hythlal, meetn every fri.
nay niKiu at nui-iiMi aevin, in Uiia-
Kellowa' J lul I. Ifowi,
OALKXANDKIt LODGE, NO. HH.
Independent Order of Oild-rel-Iowa,
ineria every ThurilT ni(ht
at httlf-iaat aeven, in their ball on
Jooimeriiial avenue. lietwen nixth and Seventh
:revta ill k. iimiki.ni, n. u.
'"UIUK KXCAMI'MENT, 1. O. O. I., meeU
lymuiM-rciiowa' Hull ou the nretana unrl
I ued lay in every month, at hulf-pant seven
A. Comwon. C 1'
ACAIUOl.OIK.K, NO. 17, A. r. 4 A. M.
llubl remilur rfiriiriiunieiitlonB in Mh-
X3S'iiii'', Hull, corner Coiiuiiercial avenue
' 'aim i-.iniitn mreei, on me kewnii anil
'mirth Monday of each month.
M"AU bills for vlvertiamg, are due and pay
able IN AbVANC'l
Tranaieat advertiaing will be inserted at tlie
rat of II oO per aiuim for the Unit ino.Tlion
and bo oenta for em-.h subMujuent one A liberal
discount will be made on standing and displ
ForlniertinK Kuneral notice Notice ol
maetinx of societies or secret orders Mi cent for
Church, Society, Festival ami Super notice
will only be inserted as advertisements
Ne advertiaeinent will be recelveil at leas than
So centa, and no auvertisement will lie Inserted
for less than three dollars per month
LOCAL KI NDVI.NS .OTI KS
Of ono square (H lines Hjiaee) or more, in
serted In tlie Bclleti.v as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ oO
Two insertions per square 7"
Three liiBertions per square 1 (Hi
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square- :t 50
Special rates made on Uirjre advertUe
aients or tor lonK'T time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owin,' to the present hard timei and
carelty ol money, 1 will, alter tlm date,
Stcll llrcitil at UOc. per dozen, or IS
I.oavra for 5 Cent.
Also Cukes. Pie, etc.. at 1'rciJOitionate.lv
These L'oods arc of the very best in the
city, and will recommend themselves an
Tl' Order liom abroad will receive
Prop'r Union liukery.
oiniucrclal Ave., bet. 4th and bill st-.
( airo, August U. 1"77
View of Marriage !
MSPWaaayasaa a ouuia to wnTt ni
ontit)ntiil liHiiM oq lfi
lull- t inrn?f d1
tmthit unrtt tor it : iht
trvu ot Reproduction irij
de tiifi-aiiri) or Women.
A Uuk lor pf vii, rntid-
a uuiuiic uLDirii ainvjierDi
fin ill tl,oniroi .Private Nature ant-in; trom 8lf
Abuse. xceiei, r Hecret Dlieuet, ,ia Ui il
Utaiii of rur, 4 ii-TJy prlre ,'4j rt.
A CLINICAL LECTuHE on lhi abov d tr !
tie ut inf Throkl afxl Luiie. CiUrrbsHuptortj, iu
Orrnim Habit, A-. pnw K t
tifhr lM'k M-nt pmipnidon rKtipt of prif- or ft'lthrny
rnfa.ri!iif " Papt-, l autttul v il,ntrairi. lor
AOurif. hii. 1JUTTJ, U N. fcti St. Lout, If
MJXUAV, August I'J. 177.
IIiih', I.oonns JL Co., dealer? in north
(in lake ice, have removed their olllce
trom the corner of Eighth street nm!
Ohio levi o to the ice houses one door be
low the Sr. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering Ice in all parts of the city
riioe desiring the rold stutl will leave
their orders at the new oftlce, where they
will receive prompt attention.
James K'ava.vaigh, Manager.
('urn, Ills., May 17, 1S77. 5-17-lm
.olu e or niNHOlotioii.
Notice is hereby given to our fi'idid
and pntrons.and to the public in general,
that the lirm ot E. V W Under, is tills
day dissolved by mulual consent. Ed
ward A. Buder will contlnne the business
at the old stand, conn r ol Washington
avenue and Eighth .street, in his own
name, tie having assumed all the liubili
itlcs and being entitled alone to collect
all outstandings ot the old firm. Hoping
that the same liberal patronage extended
to the jewelry establishment niny be
continued in the Ititure.
hnWAKu A. Bi tiKR,
t'.uuo. Ills., July Hist, 1S77. 7-:!12v
II J ii'lioiiiIrliil
Is si sml nlllietion to Ktifler trom. It attacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
is a constant dread of impending dangers,
thu Damocles sword of imaginary evil is
suspended over, a morbid sensitiveness
of the thoughts and actions et others,
et.!. This disease generally arises from
an allecllon of t'jc liver, stomach, urinary
organs.etc, nnd can be successfully corn
butted by the aid of rest and light diet,
and tho use of a remedy which will re
store new force, promotu secretions and
excretions, und give tone to tho wholo
system. Such a health restoring remedy
iius been found iu the ilome Stomach
to Itciiiicr llio l.ivor Act He
When that Important secretive gland
requires arousing, it is only requisite to
resort to Ilostctter's Stomach Bitters.tlm
national remedy tor inactivity ot thu bili
ous organ, for constipation, and for dys
pepsia, besides thoso malarious disorders
to which torpidity of the liver predisposes
a person. Far more surely does this
celebrated iintl-bllloiis cordial accomplish
a curative result than mercury or any
other mineral drug used to cure liver
disorders. In fact, such medicaments
cannot I airly ho called remedies, since,
although they may have n temporary
clleet, they eventually fall to influence tho
System rcnicdlally, but Instead often do
It serious Injury. Tho Blttors, on the
contrary, are a speclilo of tlie most salu
tary nature, and are likewise- a reliable
and agreeable tonic, appetizer and ner-Tine.
Cirainl Macred t'onrcrt at tkherl'd
liarden. i'o coucludu with a Urand
Tableau with Bengal lire, Admllon as
Tlie pollen courts were dull jester
diy. licorge Morgan is iu the city jail. He
got drunk. Judge Bird sent him up.
City Jailor Fat Muhoncy has a lull
chain gang at present, who did good er
Vlc on tlie streets.
" Anna is organizing a military com
pany. (Julrii will have one soon as
soon as Morris comes home.
Mrs. J. S, McGahey.of tills city, Is
in nii'Juoin, visiting her lather and si.i
ter, Dr. I,. Dyer and .Mrs. Laura Winter".
Slierill Saup has shipped two ear
loads of pears to St. l.ouis, all ol which
he raised on his larm, lilfeen miles above
Tlie Hey. Benj. Y. George will con
duct the usual Mitiday services at the
Presbyterian church this morning. All
are invited to attend.
Miss Ella Morgan, who has been the
guest ot Miss Delia Gordon lor the past
week, returned to her home in Ceiitralia
The police have the party sn-peetcd
ol burglarizing Chris Orth's hoiuo on
Thursday night. Ho will be given a
hearing on Monday morning.
Cairo's base hall club will go to
Jouesboroand play the Anna boys a
game during the I 'nion county fair, to
be held at that place next month.
Tho Tenth street pump has been out
ol repair for sever.il days, and teamsters,
draymen aud others are put to gn at
inconvenience fur the want ol water lor
Charlie Hodges formerly with Ike
IV'alder, will leave Cairo about the fir-t
of September for i'adticali, where ho has
secured a situation with Mr. I. Blum,
formerly a merchant in this citv.
It is said that a well known gentle
man of this city, Mr. Alex. Erazier, has
lallen heir to an estate wortli forty thou
sand dollars by the death of a relative
residing somewln re in one of the eastern
Street Superintendent Gorman lias
had a force of laborers at work repairing
the sewer on Washington avenue be
tween Eleventh and Twelnh streets, (,,r
several days. The work Is being n'tn-
pleted in good shape.
The fourth quarterly meeting of the
.Methodist church will take place to-day.
Uev. C. W. Bonner, the "Mind pn.-aeln r,'
will conduct the services in the timming.
The nual union services will take pUce
at the M. E. Church in the evening.
Canine A Whitlock are reeoenized as
standing at the head of the dental pro
less'ion nl Southern Illinois. Their
rooms are over Black's store, on Com
mercial avenue. G'.v them a call when
you have anything In their line you want
done. Atigl5 2w
The election for the choice ol an
alderman to fill the seat ot the late M. J.
.McGauley in the city council takes place
on Tuesday, the lflth Instant. Mr.
Charles Nellis it is said, will be a candi
date, and there U some talk that a coi
oreil man will be pitied against him.
Judge Bird can not understand how
the story that he is a candidate for either
county clerk or county judge originated.
Certainly he never said he was or would
be a candidate for either of these nfiiccs,
and asserts that he could not be induced
under any circumstances to eter the li-t
of aspirants. He say he has nil tlie ol
liees he wants, and like .left Davis all he
asks now is to be let alone
We yesterday published an item
copied trom the Mound City Ptti-ht in
which it was stated that fie v. Mr. (ieorge
had consented to preach at Villa llidge
on every alternate Sunday. Mr. George
Inrorms us that this is a mistake; that he
was requested to preach at the Ridge
every other Sunday, but could not com
ply with the request, and so Informed
the people at the llidge in his sermon on
last Sunday evening.
There was a good crowd at the park
yesterday morning to witness the races.
The first cyent was between Frank Met
calf s black gelding 'Morgan'' and a
roan mare in tho hands of Bill Elliott.
The race was a dash ol half a mile, for
twenty-live dollars aside, several well
known sperts of this city backing "Mor
gan." The race was won by the Elliott
mare easily, The next race vas between
"Morgan" and a htllo sorrel gelding,
owned by Mr. James Kynastan. The
first named horse giving the lutter a
start of lllty feet in three hundred yards.
"Morgan" won handily by lllty leet.
We do hope that Mayor Winter will
conclude to have his message published,
aud wc hereby tender him thu use of our
columns for that purpose. Wo do not
mako this offer, because we consider the
message of special Importanee.or becauso
wo believe his honor is very anxious to
have it published; but because we believe
it absolutely necessary for the well-being
of tho editor of the twilight luminary
that the message should appear iu print.
If that message is not published, tljcru is
no telling to what extreme the editor of
tho luminary will bo drive, Publish it,
Jack, for Davis' suke.
A man named J.C. Bowed, formerly
a cook in this city, and who has been liv
ing at Vicuna lor some months past,
came to town on Friday. He drank very
heavily through tho day, and about seven
o'clock was picked up by Officers O'Mnley
and Axley and lodged In the city jail.
Yesterday morning Jailor O'Maluney
went Into the cell where Bowen had been
placed, and found him dead. An In
quest was held over the remains
when a lot ol opium .was found
In the pockets of the dead man. The
jury rendered aj'crdict to the ( fleet that
the deteajrd had "tame to 11 - d'ath by
mi overdone ol opium. '
The I'adiii.ah S- of I uday oay;
'l'l to this time Po.-.lmastcr Ashciatthas
hecii unable to have a mall route agent
put on tho 1', and H. accommodation,
tho matter, wo believe, being still under
consideration by tho higher authorities,
in tho meanwhlhi tho low water time
has coino and the packet are running as
Irregularly as a rail fence over a rugged
mountain, and mall facilities Irom that
source arc knocked into a cocked hat.
The conversion of tho aecommodation
Into a mail train would lie a great relief
to this people, and we triiit tho proper
authority will come to a speedy deter
mination of the question. In thu nican
tuno, will not the post master at (.'airo
send mail matter intended lor this placo
by tho Mississippi Central railroad to
Fulton Station '! By this route we could
get it by 1 p.m. every day. ih for more,
and better and faster mail facilities''
THE VILLAIN CUNNINGHAM.
A Scrap From the Histocy of the Man
Who Intends to Maka It Hot for tho
Paper That Have Slundered Him.
CAHiiONDAi-K, 111 , Aug. IS, s77.
Eidinii Bfi.i.iniv-In your weekly
issue ol thelGtli appears two items in
relereni e to Harry or Harris Cunning
ham, and the death ol Maggie King, one
of the victims of his scoiindn li.-rii. In
one of these Items it appears that he has
put on the air of Injured innocence and
proposes to "make it very warm, legally,
lor the new-papers which have taken
any part in the blackening of his repu
tation."' This Cunningham is no stranger
to the writer, la the latter nart ot 1S73
be was in BloomlicM, Iowa. What he
did there is be-1 told in the following
item from the
at that place, of which Mr. Van Ben
tliusen. the present editor of the Carbon
dale o,,c .v.-, was one of the editors.
He has kindly placed the Hies
of the paper at that time at my
disposal, and in the Issue ot February 1,
W3, 1 find tie: following, under the
head ol "A Sad Story," which throws a
little additional light upon this sad epi
sode, and .'tainps Cunniiiglrini as the
scoundrel lie undoubtedly i-:
"Many of the rc-idents of this place
recollect that last tail a man named
Harry Cunningham, a piano tuner,
eloped from this place with Miss Maggie
King, ot Moulton, Iowa, who was teach
ing inu.-ie at this place. T he atleiiipts
I ot the parents to lind the young lady
nave since then been irterly iruitle.
Keceetly a lady Irom I' nioiiville, Mis
souri, caiiie to Moulton iti March ot
I Cunningham, claiming to he his wile.
Mie stated that t 'unninghain lelt her in
August, parting with her in the most
atlectionate manner, but tellingher as he
would he home in lilti en days that he
would not wiite. J hi-" was no
unusual occurence; and nothing
strange was thought ot it. by the wife.
When the tune h,v elap.-ed, she wrote to
him, a-Uing him whiu .vas the matter.
Kec-ivi'ig no answer, she had written
lime and again to his folks and to other
points, but no one knew ol his where
abouts. Kecently she heard the sad, ter-1
l'ible news of the scoundrtdy manner In
wiin-ij ner tmsliatid had condueteu him
self. Hid cunic at onee to Blonnitie d.
She be eves that Cnniiiiic-nim is in St.
l.ouis and 'ays she will find him it it
takes the reioaimli r ol Iht days, so that
she can put him where he cannot seduce
another innocent worna-i and disgrace
her. She tfi nks that Ms King Im9
been deserted by him long ere this. The
lesson tsught in this shciuht Ilea salutary
one to many younir ladies who are ever
ready to take up with comparative stran
gers. We sincerely hope Mr. Cunning
ham miy find the villain, and that he
may loclve bis iu-t dcrrts tor rchhinga
young girl ot her innocence and purity,
and deserting ids lawfully wedded wire'."
The brazen f flrontcry of Cunningham
should be leiirles-Iy met by the press.
which he proposes to "make it very
warm" for. I should like to see this story
of his treachery and deceit iu each paper,
which lie has threatened, and in newspa
pers generally in this section. Another
point in t iis;ad story is that Miss King
was engaged at the time to one ol the
noblest-hearted men in existence, who
was almost distracted by the eireum
stance. Pass this story 'round,and let the
scoundrel receive a notoriety as deserving
as it i unpleasant. .Irnn:,
Mintilil be l.ooxcil Alter.
We call the attention ot the
property owners and taxpayers of
thu city to the fact that tlie
state board of equalization is now in
scsion at Springfield, and ihat it is im
portant that somebody should attend
the session of the board to see that our
interests are properly guarded iu the
matter ol equalization of taxes. T.iis is
a matter that our people should not
allow to go unattended to; and wo suggest
that some man who understands the
business to bo watched be sent to Spring
field without delay. Mr. Thos. W.
Halliday could perhaps accomplish as
much or more good than any other man
that could ho selected. At all events
this is a matter that should he looked to,
and we urge upon our taxpayers the
necessity of taking prompt action in tlie
Mils .Net I In l.iuilieit.
i rom Ilk-Julieslioro (iu.ette.
At the regular meeting of Cobden
Division, Xo. ila, Sons of Temperance,
held in the Division room, Aug. 0th,
1S77, the following resolutions were ap
proved, and t he eommitteo were directed
to liavu the same published in the county
papers; a copy forwarded to the family
ol the deceased, and thu mine entered
upo.i the record ol thu Division:
That In the recent sudden removal
Irom among us by death, of our highly
esteemed young friend and sister. Miss
Xettie Llinbert, a member ot this Divis
ion, we are sensible of ilia loss wo have
sustained, and wo would submissively
recognize the hand of our Heavenly
Fnth.T in this bereavement, and how to
Ills will, who doeth nil things well.
That we hereby express our heartfelt
sympathy with the family of our depart
ed sister In their sorrow, as well as with
tho large circle of young friends to whom
sister Umtiert had so greatly endeared
herself by her many good ami estimable
E. L, Daviks,
A. T. Miller,
Form For !,
A line farm of eighty acres, situated
three-quarters of a mile west of Hodges
Park. Fifty arces aro cleared and well
fuiieoil, the balance Is in good limber
land. For particulars apply to W, B.
Brown, on tho farm. Letters should be
addressed to the Hodges Park postofiice.
Thu Pulaski Pcn'o says : "1c Is ru
mored ou our streets that Judge Dull will
contest the election of Judge Dougherty,
becauso County Clerk Hogan failed to
give tho required legal notice of the elec
tion and to provUe poll books as required
by law lor tho different precincts In tlie
county, if tho election of Judge Dough
erty depended upon any part ol his ma
jority iu this county there might be some
color for a contest, but allowing our en
tire vote to be avoid the ex-governor has
ISO majority outside of this count v. If
Judge Duft goes Into a controversy we
take it, It will be on other grounds than
llnve on lysiesin ?
With its attendant troubles, constipa
tion, headache, loss of appetite, gloomi
ness, water brash, distress alter eat
ing, etc.: If so take DaC'osta's radical
cure and be well, its result Is astonish
ing, and suro relief is guaranteed in every
case, where it is used as directed, it
assists digestion, tones up the stomach,
strengthens thu debilitated, restores a
natural appetite and as a liver regulator
has no equal. A clergyman of Philadel
phia -ays : It is the very foundation of
health. To all who are suffering 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 the ad
Vice. 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, rrice cents, iry.it.
The following Is a list ol tha letters
remaining uncalled for in tho postoflke
at Cairo, Illinois, Saturday, Aug. ii, 1S77:
Albey, Bettie; Birns, Malinda; Day,
Hattie; Dyer, Patnelia: Dawson, Minerva:
Garbcr, Xettie; Hicks, Millie; Howard,
Miss P M; Jones EUcd; Jones. Maggie;
Moore, Annie; Moore Cassy; Rouselle,
Agnes; Stout, Mrs S E; Smith Sue;
Tarr, Lou; Tippett Tillie; Turner,
Annie; Williams, Hannah; Will-
man Mary ; Wolf, Cordelia.
Bigs, J L; Cook, Adam; Carter,
David: Coleman, John; Campbell, John;
Dunn, Frank; Etson, Frank; F'rost, J
K; Green, E C; Graves, II A; Hobson,
Geo II; Hickey, Harry; Howbard,
Lewis; Jones, Milt; Ingram, M J; Jen
kins, S F; Kohler, Henry & Co; King.
Dr G W; Lane & Jackson;
Lewis, L L; Leob, Lee;
McDonald, D A.; McDade, F.; Morgan,
F C.; Manning. J S.; Miller, R E.; New
man, II T II.; Point9, Alex.; 'hiinn,
Pat'k, Robertson, C D.; Raney, F..;
Smith, Benj.; Smith, Layd; Strlngfellow,
II.; Thompson, J.; Tudor, R L.; Turner,
Thos.; Whitington, C M.; Wilhelm, IL;
Williams, J. B.; Wright. J.; White, J.
Persons calling for any of the above
letters will please say "Advertised."'
Geo. W.McKeaig, P. M.
The sixth annual meeting of the na
tional board of steam navigation will be
held at the Monougahela House, Pl'ts-
burg, Pennsylvania, commencing Wed
nesday, September 5th, at 10 o'clock.
Local associations are requested to send
a list of delegates to B. S. Osborn, corre
sponding secretary, P. 0. Box 4,778,
Xew York City, on or before the DDt
The C. W. Anderson brought 2.159
sacks corn, 100 barrels grits, 325 barrels
Hour, 10 hogsheads tobacco, 13 barrels
whisky and 40 packages sundries,
Tlie Mary Ann, with a tow of empty
barges, from Xew Orleans, will no
doubt lay up here on account ol low
water above. Nearly all her crew are
complaining from the effects ot swamp
fcveis, but all are able to be about.
The Jim Fisk brought out a fair trip
from Paducah yesterday.
The Belle Memphis made fair additions
here and is well laden for Memphis.
The Mary Miller is due hero Irom St.
Louis to Cincinnati to-day.
The Cons Millar, from Memphis to
Cincinnati, is due here to-morrow morn
The City of Vteksburg lor Vicksburg,
and Grand Lake for New Orleans, are
duo from St. Louis to-day.
The steamer Petrel suuk on the rap
ids near Keokuk on Friday morning.
She lies straight in shallow water and
can easily be raised.
The opening ot the canal is to be cele
brated In grand stylo on Wednesday
next at Keokuk,
The II. C. Yeager left Xew Orleans on
All three rivers are rising at Pittsburg
and the people ot that "burj" expect
that navigation for small boats will re
Tho Centennial is adverdseu to leave
St. Louis on Wednesday for Xew Orleans.
The following is from the Paducah
yews of Friday: "Last Wednesday,
while the Sally Carney was lying at
Johnsonville, a difficulty occurred be
tween Mr. Cloy Warden tho engineer of
tho boat, and Tenny Woollurd, the own
er, who Is also barkeeper on the boat.
The Carney Is chartered by Capt. Stanley
Pulton and Lou Pell, and Warden wus
In their employ. A few days ago, Wool-
lard, we understand, meddled with the
engineer's business and some words en
sued. On Wednesday Woollurd was
standing picking his teeth with his knife,
when Warden approached him and asked
hltn about some remarks he bad made.
Tho conversation grew warm and some
unusual epithet was made use of by
Woollard and repeated with some em
phasis by Warden, when Woollird sud
deuly struck hlin in tho face with tho
knife, cutting a severe gash across the
forehead and down on tho cheek, and
kept repeating tho cuU until he had cut
tlie left side ot Warden's faco all to
pieces. One cut was on the sldo of tho
nose, through the upper lip, knocking
out a tooth, and breaking tho blade ot
the knife. Thu two clinched, Warden
falling underneath. Woollard madu
several ineffectual attctnps to stab War
den witli tlie broken blado of the knlle.
The parties wero separated by Messrs.
Patton and Pratt, and bilore the boat
left Johnsonvilio Woollard got oil and
made his escape. Warden hauhis wounds
dressed and came to his home iu this
city on tho Bransford yesterday. His
wounds are quite serious, but not dangerous.
l.l(V. PTmiifDH a
WftUtM loafilHtaiilMilMHlN IS'I'H'
A.lrlma M. A. OH. A S T A K O.. J.
1,04 1) Uuiutt Hi., CmaiuaaU, 0
STRATTON & BIRD,
dommission M erchan
AOSXTS AMERICAN FOWDH 0
f7 Ohio Lfiveo.
The steam Ft-n y boat
Will be run regularly, leaving dreen
field's landing at 7. Ii aiid 11 o'clock ii.m ;
1 .'in, :!:.l . and 'tM o'clock p.m. during each
On Sunday she will leave tha landing at
and lOoclock a.m. and at 11 in., and at
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee Sugar & Syruu,
Specialty in Teas
Goods Delivered Promptly.
ASK YOUR TINNER
Or hardware deulei fur the
hi Siidiri Er,isiH Frxnisg Wa
Miule only l.y the Standard Manufacturing
Co. PittsburK Pa. l.veiy keiile 'luule ol
cat iron, wmmiittil uii I gaiui.tilced not to cen
tln any lewl or arsenic eruiiy other ini.-nnou
amttur whenever i-f-im
"THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
Mil I CI L L
HIE S110UTEST, QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
SVilli direct Connections for
Travelers de-iriug u
81'KKDY, PI.KA8ANT nnd COMI'OUT
Should remember thattlie
BALTIMORE ,& OHIO RAILROAD
1-. celebrated lor Its
Klegant Coaches, Splendid Hotels, (irand
and llt'iiiitirul Hoiiiitaiu and Valley
Scctieiy, and the many poluts
Historical Interest Along
afe. Far will ALWAVSlcai LOW
at by any hr tins.
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
ltuu Tliruti .ot
lititwcuu tho Principal
Western and Eastern Cities.
Kor through tickets, baggage cheeks,
movement ot trams, sleetiluir cur acenm.
modatlous, etc., etc., apply at ticket oil! cot
ai uu ynucijm jioiuis.
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST or WEST
h. V. Hurry,
,. iM Colo
(.en. Ticket tjtt
Tims. K. sharp,
Musier of Traimji'n
Kxtate ol Timothy O'C'llahan, tleeoaseil
The undorsiKUi'd, having ticou appointed
administratrix of the oblate ol Timothy
U'Cnllahau, late ol the county of Alexander
and Citato of Illinois, deceased, hi it by gives
notice that slio wtll appear heloro the
county court ol Alexander county, ut the
court heuse tn Cairo ut the August term,
on the third Monday In- August uext, at
which time all persons having clalun
gainst laid estate aro notiried ami re
quested to attend for the purpose ol having
the Hme adjusted. All persons Indebted
to laid estate are requested to mako Imme
diate pament to the undersigned.
Dated this 19th day of June, A. I). 1877,
Bridget o' Callnhan,
CHARTERED MARCH SI, llfg
CITT NATIONAL BANE, 0 ALB 0
A. B. 8 AFFORD. President.
H. 8. TAt LOB, Vioa President.
W. HYSLOP, aeQ'Ttnd Treasurer.
macro as I
P.W. lUnci-AT, Ciias. Qiuomia,
P M. StockflitB, PaulQ. Schuh,
It. U. CUNNUtOnAK, B. L. Baludat,
J. M. PHILLIPS.
NTKltKST paid on deposits at tha rata ot six
percent, perannnm, March 1st and Saptem
Mir Ut . Interest not withdrawn la added imme
liately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
(lvinx tbein comuouad Interest
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
OpeneverybasineasdayfromSa.nl. to I p.m.
a i Satur.Uy eventnga tot savings deposits only
roni 8 to S u'clock. . ...
W. HT8LOP. Treararar.
City National Bank
W. P. rJALXIDAY. President.
1JKNUY L. HALLIDAY, VlcePresl.
A. II tF'OKL, Cubier,
WA ' rfH UY8L-OP. Am'i Cashier.
8. STAAT9 TiTLOB, R. II. OfT-MlfaBAIf,
II L. Halliday, W. P. Hallldat
U. U. William Hon, Stm-hbn Bum,
A, B, Sajtoiid,
Exchange., Com and United States
Bonds Bought and Bold.
EPOSITS rnceivai and general tftnktnji
r Ili-osit, President. H. Well, Cashier.
I. .Sen. Vice Prea't. T. J. Kertu. Asst. aata'r
Corner Commercial Ave. bud Ut Street
K. tlross, Cairo. Wm. Kings Cairo.
' Neil, Cairo. Wn Wolfe Cairo.
A . Sunanka, Cairo. K. L. BUtiugeloT, 4t. Louis,
t. Under, Cairo. U. Wells, Cairo.
F. II. nrinkman, St. Louis,
J. Y. ClenisoD, Caledonia.
I Ueneral BnnklUff Baalne. Dose.
fExchanRe sold and bought Interest paid
n the (Savings Department. Collections made,
nd all business nroiuutlr attended to.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptlv attended to.
toy To large oonaumers and a
manufacturers, we are prepare
to supply any quantity, by th
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITT UOAI COMTAVT.
Otlico on wharf boat, foot er Sixth it.
Olllce of II ultlday Brothers, opposite St.
Kyptlan mill Twentieth st
Coal dump, ,oot of Tbirty-eighth it., or
l'ost olllce drawer 3U0.
U Hit; taerclil iti
St. Louis, Mo.
TH08. A. KICK,
I, A.Jf.t.I.B.,) '
JAB. BICE, A
I. H. HUBWOOD.
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIP; $81 00
YfOST Complete. Thorough tntl Fracttc
iI I'iViML llf nttlilW Itl tha ITisla.1 alt- a
ronrno luilUtwnaihle to vry 7Hit Bka tOH
UlUnius) vU tlil grvai V tlJ.
Tor .niutrU4 Circular,
, 1 HOS. A. KICK, A. M..I1, B.,
YTM. B. BMITB
Physician St SuxxOii
Office In Winter's Woek, eornsr Itevaatkj aad
Couimeralal ATtnne, (Btrsae oa lT.U.
KesiduiceThirUBota street, weal of Waakiaatoa