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.iIRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Nato.-Anjr uiwinces llrm can have Uineline
cr, in Uii wjliimn undrr apiruprlul heading
itlirul HI l.&l r inuutlior SI per year
ayable quarterly in advanu.
Hardware. Nlovcn and Tin Ware.
A. IIAI.T,RY-teuli"rlnfilrve,Tlnand Hard-Ann-,
Uaidenand ranii"' ImpleineuU, Wire
,oo"l, iUlrirtoi, l'umit d l dent.
I lioinram ml Avenue. (iuilerlDK. and JU
Work ilon un short ootli'C
I . S . M . A UK V-1 lealcr ill hard and aoltliim
ur, llnorliiK, oeillnic, sidiinr aud surfaced
Inriitier, lulh aad ahiuKh-a. Odlre and yard
4,rn-r J wi iititili street unit WaahinKlon avenue1
LANCASTEIt A KICK-Druhra in suh,
loom, l,ind, etc., hurl and Hull lumlier and
hingles. YaiJ anil olllcf. Couiiuerriul avenue,
urner 17ttt MivH.
U. HAItTMAS -liraler in (jun-n.wan'
1 amp ana all iuinot lancy arnica,
; al avenue, turner 'Ml alnot.
WIU.IAM WINTKK Sixth street lwlwteu
.uimiiercialateuue anl NVaa Illusion avenue.
nothing- unit Me re limit Inllorliig;.
.IOHN AMKl.M-Mti. ljant Tailor and dealer
In lleady Alude Clothing. 78 Ohio Kevee.
Itenl rlktate AKfiK'lv
M. J. HOWLKV-Ilral Kslute Arnt- Iny
tint sella ml uur, collects renm. iaye Ux
lir non-reiwhmte etr. Ciiiniiirma) aveuiie, I
t wwii Ninth ami 1'enth etreeia .
nl N K l-K THISTLKW 00 1
t.'otlnn and Tolia.ro Met urn and pro
prietors of the farmer' J'oliaix'o Warehouse,
) -'ft a. Ul Coniiiimeri'ial Aveune.
j lieneral forwarding aud Coimnoiun
merchant, lor tlie tale ol harm, (tauten, Or
chard and liairy I'roduee. (' " dun Levi.
A. WIIKKLUC KALl.-
tiraeral lorwardinic anil I mmni'aion
merchant, and dealers in ulT kimia of 1 ruit und
Produce. K Ohio Drvee. Coneiyniueiil. oln
td, bunuila furnished on appllutnon.
E. F. liankvr Bitter Win of iron
lias never been known to fail in the cure ol
neakne.s, attended with symptoms; lndis
position to exertion, loss of memory, Ui ni
hility of breathing, general weakness, horror
of diseave, weak, nervous trenihlin. dread
ful horror of death, night sweuu, cold feet,
weakneM, dimness of vision, languor, uni
venal latitude ol the unucular ayatcm,
enormous appetite with dynj ejitio (.)
ten), bot handa, fiukLioi; ol the loiy, dry
uttt of the ekin, pallid vountenuLi.e aud
cnipttonion the face, purityiii the blood,
pln in the bsu'k, beavinexti ol tbe eclldn.
iremje.it black ijioti rtyli: before the eyei
witn terpjrry iruffililon and loa of eight,
Maul ol attention, ete, Tbt'e rruipioua
all arise from a weaknere, and to remedy
tiiat, ure K. K. Kunkel'i Hitter Wine ol
Iron. It nevel 'aila. ThoUnundH arc now
enjoying health who have used it, (,et
the genu be. hold only In 1 hot tide. Take
only K. i Kunker.
A- for liunkei'a Uitter Wine ol Iron.
'I bia truly v.tJuable tonic baa been m tbxr
.Highly teited by all cl.ie ol the conunii
nlty tbat It l now deemed imliKpenealile
ux a tonic medl'iiuc. It cot l.ut little,
l.urihea the blood and glve tune to the
etuuiach. reriovatea the syn.eui and pro
I only uk a trial nf (Ida valmMe tonic.
Trice l per bottle. K. K. KueLel, ole
proprietor, No. l:.n North Ninth utrect. tie
low Vine, 1'hiladelphia, Ta Auk lor Kun
kel'a Hitter Wine of Iron, aud take no
other. A photograph ol tlie proprietor on
-aoh wrappe r; all other ar i-ouuterfeU.
Keware of counter'eite. Do not let your
driifgint hell J on any but Kuokel'a, wlii.n
i put up oui) a aiioie rcprecwitcd. You
rin getaix bottloa lor live dollar-. All 1
nek s one kiinple ti ial.
i'Al'K WOHM HKilOViO) ALIVE.
Head andall complete in two hour-. o
fee till lira puma. .Seat, )'in aud Ki'in:uh
wornn remd.;d by l)r, Kunkel, il.vj .Norih
Ninth utreet. Advice tree. So ee until
head and all pse in one, nnd alive. Dr.
K utile) N thu only tucceaeful phy.iclun in
thin I'ouhUy tor the removal ot worm-, and
iiia Worm syruji fa pUaraut and talu for
chlldicn or grown per.on". hmd lor ir
nuUr, or B-k lor a hot tat of Kunki I's
Wuriii !)rup. J'l iett one ilollur per bottle,
i.et it ol your drujt It never lil.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R. !
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Hoad Running Two
Daijy Trams from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
-U) p.u. Kat. KxprpkS, arriving in St.
Uui. p.m.; t'hicat'o, 7:'!0, s.in.
1X3 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUI3
ViLLE FAST LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati 8:3d, a in.; Louis
villn, h:2.'i, a.m.; Iniii'inajiolli, 4.15 a.m.;
1'uRi.enpt'r hr this (ruin arrive al above
OF ANY OTflEE BODTE.
1 ;rtO 'p. m. rnn .Mail witU sleepers attach
ed, for XT. 1,0118 and CH1CAOO,
, wrivinj in bt. i.oula at U:i!0 a.m. Chi
cago at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at. Odin
or Kiliughain l'jr Cincinnati, Lotilnville
FAST TIME EAST
rikMengevs bv this line go through to
the Ksst Without nny delay cauned by
l'he MATURDAY AFTF.UXOON TRAIN
FROM CAIRO ARRIVES IN NEW
VOBK MONDAY MOB'.SINU
38 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of A.TT OTHER ROUTE.
Advertisements ol competing lines tlibt
t ly uinke better Vnio than this one, are
are iaauod either through ignorance or a
ilen i' to mislead the putiilc.
V'or through ticket" and Intormatinn,
tpply at Illinois Central R. R. Depot, Culro.
inxlvs Aiir.iva at cao
2 tHi ) m
. JAS. JOHNSON,
. Ooiil Houthern Agt
J. Jl. .lo.sga, Ticket A'.'l.
i . .n .... - 1 . - -
I'nrkatfra at Heat nml Coin fori for
Mrs. Henry Ward Reedier, whose house
hold knowledge and perfect honesty no
on presumes to doubt, recommends hnuse
Keepers to use Waahiuo, tbe new substitute
, tor soap, rjlie says she Is pleased with It.
It it great saver ol lime and labor, and
esn no mora injure clothing than common
w ii rm water. Mrs. Bee ber is light.
' Waihlnc bas many great advantages over
soap, it washes io oiie-tlilrd ottbo time.
H almost entirely does away wltfi rubbing.
Washes well in hard water as colt It Is
the-only articlo known tbat will preveu
' woolens trom shrinking. Other ankles as
sist somewhat Id wahnig, but they Injure
the clothes. Wasblne positively will not
lnlure clothing. , . .
These are some ol the qualities which
have made Wasniue so popular among the
Intelligent housekeepers ot America. All
who ere ot using Wasblne will not regret
It if they take special palos to procure and
vlve it a trial. Price, D tod 10 cents. Bold
by all srocera.
BEORBT BOOT ETUIS
K. SI. K.C.
Thr. knluhb. of the ibota order rarl
ul Hielr hall the fir .1 aud third Monday
n awn monui. uouiuwruiai avenue, .1 noor
aouili of I'll" aireet, al e p.m.
Jonw l. Homn, (i. li. M.
AHCAWn LODGE, NO. Bl.
Rnlirlita nf Pvthlaa. meeta averv Fri-
Jn day night at half-paat ayan, in Odd-
Ktuowa iiaii. aiowa,
Cliancellor L'onuu andei ,
AI.KXANDEK I.ODGK, NO. 14.
Independent Onlcr of Odd-fel-
1 .... . II - 1 !.
owa, uiuria every inursuav n.a;ui
. k. .. iV I....... ln hi Vll .in
jiumiTOlul avenue, between h'illh and Hoventh
treete Will K. IIakis, N. U.
OA1I10 KNCAMPMENT, I 0. O. F.,nieta
vXnOild-rellowa' ilall on the flretanrl third
I i..-luy in every month, at lialf-paat seven
A CAIIKII.OIIUK. NO.'iri.A.F. A. M.
V- iiold r irular uimiuuniuitiona in Ma-Xraoiiii-
Hall, comer Coiiunercial avenue
and Klghth atreet, on the eooond and
ourth Moudar ol each mouth.
rJ"AH billa for advertiaing, ate ilue aud pay
able 1.1 IDVIX'I
Tranaieat adyertiaiog Will ioaerttd at lh
rate ef II 0 peratuare forth Drat ina-.rtion
aud 5U centa for each aulwequenl cue A liberal
duoount will be made on abtnding aiiddi.pl
rortnaerting Funeral notiee Mi Noticed
mueling of aocletiea or aecret ordera ' cenu for
Church; Society, Festival and 9upir Loticea
will only be inserted as advertisetnenta
N advertisement will be received at leas than
60 cents, and no advertisement will be lneerted
Jor li'Hsthan three dollars perinonth
i.orAi. nrNiMKaa motiien
Of one uqimre (B lines spaou) or niorf, In
ecrtei in the Bulletin as follows : (l,e
than one sriuare counted at a square.)
One insertion wr square $ M)
Two Insertions per nquare. '
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 7.r
Two weeks per square 2 00
One month per square- M
Special rates made on larjre advertise.
Bients or for longer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owlnj,' to the prenent hard tlnirn and
eraruity ol money, I will, alter thii date,
Drea.l at :10c. per doen,
Lonvea for 1 Ceula.
Also Cakes, l'ies, etc., atprcportionatciy
Theae gnnds are of the very beat in the
city, and' will recommend themselves aa
tiT'Ordcrn Irom abroad will receive
I'rop'r Union HaWery.
Commercial Ave., bet. 4th and oth St'.
Cairo, Auguet 0. 177
View of Marriage !
A Oald to Wedfoctt anil
-onfitkDlUil iraUiM oo in
lutMrt ol wftrmict and th
rauntht nnlk tor W ; if
i rvtr f Reproduction tud
Dc ujih oi women,
A btMk tor privt, torn d-
ate ri-wtiig 4t Vgf, jirlca
a PuiuAir utn r nv isfht
ftn iTlditonlrrtoi Prirate N&ture ir.ti: iruin Self
Abuse. Eicmin, or ttocret PiMaaea. vuli itm Uft
iticaiii of rurt, !U4 .irf n (!. prircio rt.
A CLINICAL LECTURE un the trxvf diat-N anrt
lhool tiif TbroalitKl Lunr CtJTb,Euptura, U,j
Opium Habit, ac, pner Kjcli.
i-uiir b-euk snt (juatptidon rrrt.pt ntfrHrv: or all thfx,
ftmiaininf .VKj lt'-. h autiftil.y ii:utrtt1. lor T" rti.
AOurtM Gli. ilUTTii, U Si. bUi m. ttt. Lou j, Mo.
TUESDAY, Aujfust a I, 1S77.
Fnrm Fur bnl.
A tine lat in ol eighty aeres. hituatcd
Ihrce-iitiarters of a mile west ot Hodges
irk. Fifty arce3 are cleared ami well
li-neoil, the balance h in gooil timber
laml. I'or particulars apply to V. C.
lirown. on the farm. Letters should bo
addressed to the Hodge Park postofliw.
Iw. (1 w.
The Pulakl t'ntriol says: ,lIt is ru
mored on our streets that Judge Duff will
contobt the election of Judge Dougherty,
because County Clerk Hognn failed to
give the required legal notice of the elec
tion ami to provide poll books a; required
by law lor tlie difl'erent precincts in the
county. If the election of Judge Dough
erty depended upon any part ol his ma
jority in 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 county. If
Judge Dud goes Into n controversy we
take it, It will be on other grounds tlnn
lo KcnUer the l.ner Aclle
When that Important secretlvo gland
rcjuires arousing, it i.s only requisite to
report to Hostetter's Stomach llitterj.tho
national remedy for inactivity of the bili
ous organ, for constipation, and for dys
pepsia, besides those malarious disorders
to which torpidity of tbe liverpredisposes
a person. Far more surely does this
celebrated anti-bilious cordial accomplish
a curative result than mercury or any
other mineral drug used to cure liver
disorders. In fact, such medicaments
cannot fairly bo called remedies, since,
although, they may hav a temporary
c fleet, they eventually fall to Influence the
system reiuedlally, but instead often do
It serious Injury. The Bitters, on the
contrary, arc a specific of the most salu
tary nature, and are likewise a reliablo
und agreeable tonic, appetizer and ner
llnve yon lyapeii 7
With its attendant troubles, constipa
tion, headache, lost of appetite, gloomi
ness, water brash, distress after eat
ing, etc? If ') take DaCosta's radical
cureHudbe well. Its result is astonish,
lug, and sure relief Is guaranteed in every
cuse, 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 of Philadel
phia says : It is the very foundation ol
health. To all who aro guttering from a
disordered stomach or liver, or who need
a gentle spring or summer tonlo, we say
try it, and you will thank us for the ad
vice, Trial size 25 cents. Hold by Bar
Also ngenta tor Parker's pleasant
worm syrup, whtoh Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take, and requires
no physic. Price 23 conts. Try It.
General I Urns.
-A picnic and balhvlll tike plve at
Hodges' park tu-dav.
The Kev. Jacob Bradley will give a
grind barbecue at Klern grove on .Sat
urday. -Another baby. Mr. Kitt Uudd is
thejubllant father. It U a boy and put
in an appearance on Sunday.
The Kev. Dillon-Lee will return to
Cairo next week. 1U has fully re
covered his health and strength.
-The blind minister, Kev. C. W. Bon
ner, preached to a good congregation at
the Methodist church on Sunday morn
ing. Wanted By a young man, a lurnish
ed room, without board, In a private
family. Address stating price, H. this
Little boys should not play about
the streets with guns. It's dangerous
amusement, nnd is liable to get them
The Misses Flora und Ada Van
Cleve, daughters of Dr. V. 8. VauClevc,
of Belleville, are In the city, visiting their
aunt, Mrs. Stites.
On the second page of this morn
ing's Bi'llktin we publish the mayor's
veto message, together with bis commu
nication on the circus business.
Little Willie Cunningham, eon ot
Mr. Charles Cunningham, while playing
on the door stoop of his home on Sun uay,
tell and broke his left arm jn-t above the
Dentil Foley will be a candUate fur
alderman at the election to be held in the
Fourth ward to-day, to till Mr. Mc
Gauley's seat in the city council. Mr.
Foley Is a competent young man, and
will no doubt make a good councilman.
Canine A Whitlock are reronl.ed as
standing at the head of the dental pro
fession ot Southern Illinois. Their
rooms are over Black's store, on Com
mercial avenue. Give them a call when
you have anything in their line you want
Mr. 15. Mc.Vifl', an old and experi
enced barber, has taken charge of the
shop on Eighth street, formerly occupied
by Mr. Lainpert. Mr. McXifl is a white
man nnd an excellent barber, and will
endeavor to give his customers as good
work as can be bad at any other shop in
Cairo. He solicits a share ot the patron
age of our citizens. 3-3-2 w
One of the most dangerous pieces of
sidewalk- in Cairo is to be found at the
corner ot Eighteenth street and Com
mercial avenue and the city authorities
should see that it is n paired. On Sun
day night, a couple ot young luetics w'eri
out walking, and one of them chancing
to step on the end of one of the broken
planks the other end Hew up and
knocked her dow n, cutting aud bruising
her lace very badly.
Mr. Henry Planhrt ol Thebes pre
cinct is announced in this mornings
Bri-LKTis as a candidate lor the oftlce
of county clerk. Mr. Planert is an old
citizen of this county, and is well-known
to the people, especially of the country
precincts of the county. He is thorough
ly competent to till the office aud if
elected w ill try to discharge the duties of
the office to the satisfaction of the peoiile.
Ex-Deputy Sherifl' John Cain, ou
Sunday alternoon, arrested a negro call
ed George who is charged with Laving
broken into Judge Trimble's house in
Puducuh some two weeks ago, and mak
ing way with a considerable amount of
money and several articles of value.
George had just arrived ln the city, and
was sauntering about the levee carelessly,
when Cain nabbed him and started to
ward the county Jail. The prisoner walk
ed along quietly enough until tho corner
of Ninth street and Washington avenue
was reached, where he struck Cain
and knocked him headlong oil' of the
sidewalk. George then took to his
heels and before Cam had regained his
feet, was nearly to Walnut street. Cain
gave chase, but his bird had got the
start ot him and being a good runner,
succeeded in getting away. George is
about five feet seven inches high, and
has a large scar over one of his eyes,
which was put there bv the butt ot a
title In the hands of a PaJucah odlcer. Jf
you see him take bim iu out ol the
On Saturduy uight at tweWe o'clock
a gentleman named H. P. Phillips, trom
Jefferson City, Louisiuna. took the Illi
nois Central passenger train for Chicago.
Nothing unusual was noticed In his con
duct, when he first boarded the train,
but before Villa Itldge was reached, he
arosctrom his scat and went into tbe
mall car hurriedly, and asked the agent
to protect him ; that they were alter him,
and not to let them in, and asked that he
be allowed to remain ln the mail car.
lie was told by the agent that
he could stay if he wished,
He sat down in a chair and after a few
moments seemed to be sleeping. Mr.
Phillips was still sleeping when the train
left Villa Kidge, but It had proceeded
but a few hundred yards trom the station
when he sprang Irom his seat, and rush
ing to the door ol the car fumpped out.
Conductor Page stopped (he train
and had the engine back
down to (he station, when
search was Instituted, but proved fruit
less, as no tra:e of him could be found.
It is thought the gentleman was de
ranged. When he boarded the train here
he had through tickets for New York,
and considerublemoney. From Informa
tion received yesterday by Mr. James
Johnson, we learn that the missing man
was quite a prominent gentleman in the
city where lie resided. He was chief ol
the fire departmeutthere, and wore three
elegant and costly fireman's badges on
To the Editor of tbe Blxietin:
The Sun ol Saturday evening published
a sarcastic article la reference to a certain
young lady and gentleman ol this city.
We fall to see tbe barm this, couple have
done. To be sure, ho is net the sou ol a
merchant or a M. C, aud only "mtas
nres calico," and commits the crimo ol
wearing "neat ncck'ies and standing
collars;" aud "shi swept, dusted,
scoured, etc., for tho wherewith to buy
new dresses, ribbons, etc." Wo have
known this young man lor years, and he
bears as good a reputation as any ln the
city; and If he chooses to love and marry
a young girl who works honorably for
ber living, whoso business is it? A
woman who Is not ashamed of work is
the true typo ol a woman. What matters
it If a youug lady teaches, sews, or work'
in a kitchen, does It make her any le.-s
a lady? How many ladles In this ity
to day, who a lew years ago wot Led in
some oues kitchen, and now aru the
honored wives of in.miiieut
men. Are tbey any tho lens a lady f We
honor the girl or young man who is not
ashamed ol honest work. IV c presume
if this young man had borrowed several
hundred dollars (not caring if it was ever
paid) to marry a girl who sits in the par
lor all day dressed for coinp.iny, ( while
her mother Is baking and stewing lu the
kitchen) sent out their invitations, rceei
td a quantity of useless silverware from
those who can't afford it, or tailed to nay
lor it. We say then they would have had
a half column describing the brilliant
scene, but we doubt it the love would be
any stronger or more endurlntr. If a
young girl is willing to live within the
means ol him she takes for "better or
worse," should she be insulted through
the daily papers?
If our papers were more particular in re
gard to publishing personal communica
tions spiced with meanness aud sarcasm,
how much happier tlie world would
be! How much better It is to speak a
kind word and reach out a helping hand
to those who need it. Society would be
better aud we each would feel happier.
Much has been said and written about
ycung men, but we do say the Cairo
young men will average wilh the ret of
the world. Give them a chance. Say
kind words or let your pen be silent.
Cairo, August 20th, 1S77. W.
THE TEMPEBANCE UNIOIf.
Conatitutlon and By-Laws of tb Cairo
The following is the constitution ar.d
by-laws ot the Temperance Union of
Cairo. It will be read with interest by
thetriemls ot the temnerat.ee cause :
Aiuiu.kI. This organisation shall be
known as the Cairo Temperance I'niou
amxlllary to the Woman's Temperance
Union ol the State ot Illinois.
AitT. 2. It shall be the object of this
organization to plan and carry forward
any measures which will result, with the
blessing ot God, in the suppression ot
intemperance in our midst.
Aht. X Auy person may become a
member of this organization by signing
the Constitution, pledging themselves to
do all in their power lor the advancement
ot the temperance cause, and ay the pay
ment of one cent per week, or littv cents
per year, mto the treasury.
oi ricsRs :
Aht. 4. The officers of this organization
shall be a president, a vice-president, a
corresponding secretary, a record
ing secretary, a treasurer, and
an executive; committee of nine
persons, the president ot the union being
ex-ofllcio president ot tho committee.
untKs of omeens.
Act 5. Sec 1. It shall be the duty of
the president to preside at all meetings
of the organization, and to supervise its
Sec 2. It shall be tho duty ol tho
vice-president to preside in the absence
of the president, the vice-president shall
also assist in mnnaging the afta'trs of the
Sec 3. It shall be the duly of the cor
responding secretary to conduct the
correspondence of the organization, and
to report to the corresponding secretary
of the State Union tbe 1st of April and
October, having first submitted such re
port to the local organization, giving
such Items cl general Interest as will en
able her to Judge correctly the condition
ot the organization.
Sec 4. Itshall be the duty of the re
cording secretary to keep a record ot .the
proceedings of the organization, and
notify the public of its meetings.
Sec 5. It shall be tin duly of the
treasurer to collect the one cent
per week or fifty cents pc- year
membership dues. She shall also hold
all other monies collected for the use of
the organization, keeping an exact book
account, and making a quarterly report
ot the same.
Art. C. The annual meeting shall be
held during the 1st week ot April, at
which time th officers shall be elected
lor the enulngyear.
Aht. 7. Desired amendments of this
constitution must be presented in writing.
lor the acceptance til the union at Its re
gular sessions, said notice to lay over till
the next meeting.
Sm i ion l. xno presideut and any
three members ot the organization may
call special meetings, due notification be
ing given to the members ol the union.
Sr.u. 2. There shall bo tha follow
ing standing committees. A (man
cial committee, committee on
public meetings and committee on ju
Sec 3. Tbe chairman of each standing
committee shall be ex-otllclo a member
ol the executive committee.
See 4. r ivc persons snail constitute a
quorum of the executive committee,
See 6. The meetings of the organiza
tion shall bo held on the 3d Tuesdey ot
each month, at hall patt seven, p.m
and shall be conducted In such a manner
at the executlvo committee shall Irom
time to time determine.
Sec 5. These by-laws may be- altered
oraraeaded at any regular meeting ,by a
rosj orlt v of tbe members present.
Ooantv Convention en Monde?-Nomination
Tbe Republican of Pulaski county
met in delegate convention In the court
house ln Mound City on yesterday af
ternoon for the purposo of nominating
candidates for county officers to be voted
for at the coming November election.
Nearly every precinct In the county
was represented, and the convention was
harmonious throughout. At there was
only one candldato belore the conven
tion tor each of the offices to be filled,
the nominations wero all made by accla
I. It tie Jim Anderson was chosen chair
man, nnd Mr. das. s. Morris, ot mm,
secretary ot the convention.
The following Is the ticket nominated :
For county Judge, A. M. Brown, of
Villa Kidge precinct.
For county clerk, Dan Hogau, of
Mound City. Mr. Hogan is tlie prewnt
For county commissioners, K. B. Mm
stead, of Caledonia precinct.
For assessor and treasurer, Johu
Weaver, ol Grand Chain.
For superintendent of schools, S. A
Caldwell, of Junction precinct.
The following resolutions were adopted
IlesnUetl. That we heartily endorse
theiiriucioali ot the ercat Union Kepub
llcan party, that we recoguize It as the
nartv of universal freedom, universal
rights and universal education.
Jleaolrtil. That the candidates pre
sented by the people of Pulaski county,
are men fully identified with the mater
ial interests and prosperity ot the people
ot this county, and that we unhesitat
ingly represent them as well qualified to
to till the several positions for which
Ihev are named as candidates.
ticsohtd, That we ure in Tavor ot the
strictest economy in every department
of our county affairs in order to reduce
our county expenses and taxes.
fienoktd. That we have full confTcnce
In the candidates selected by this coi
vention 'to carrv out ia good faith tl e
sentiments represented in the above
The convention from llrst to last was a
very tame affair, and apparently excited
very little Interest or enthusiasm.
Caiiio, Illinois, Monday Kvaitvo,
Auguai i", io. i
There Is nothing new that can be said
of the market here. W hile In some bran
ches trade Is fair, In others it is very dull.
The weather is exceedingly pleasant for
this season of the year, and we hear of
no complaints ot extreme heat. Thu
health ot the community, aside fro m an
occasional case of chills and fever Is
The flour market is still on the
downward march, and the decline since
our last report is fully 25c, and good to
choice lainlly brands are now quoted at
JC to SO 60. The demand Is small, and
transactions are extremely light.
Country dealers arc holding off, ond buy
only in quantities sufficient to meet the
actual requirements of their trade.
Stocks on the market are good, and re
ceipts liberal There is an
improved demand lor hay, and
receipts of choice are taken on arrival
There is very little choice hay on the
market, and receipts are light. Prices
are steady at quotations There is no
improvement in the condition of the corn
market. The supply on the market is
large, h hile the demand is light. Prices
are 1c oft", and we now quote choice white
in bulk at 12(5, 13c There is a limited
demand lor oats at 252(ic. Tbe
supply on the market is small,
and receipts about equal to tho
demand Meal is in good supply
with a less active demand. Prices are
.V2)10c. lowcrj and we now quote city at
$2 40(12 00 aud country at $2 252 30
...Bran is in largo supply, nnd dull
at SlOffilO 50 In sacks Heceipts of
potatoes trom country wagons arc large
and the market is well supplied. Prices
arc steady at quotations Choice but
ter is scarce and ln deinund. Receipts
are meagre. Common and low grade is
in good supply and light demand
The supply of eggs it about equal to the
demand. Prices are steady at 8J9c.
Receipts of poultry are fair and
the supply ou the market is about equal
to the demand Fruit is plenty with
only a limited demand. For prices see
quotations. Vegetables are plenty
cheap and dull.
Rates by river to New Orleans have
advanced, and to-day are 17Jc per cwt;
22c per 100 on hay. and 35c per dry bbl.
BttTOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
lilling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Stocks are good, aud receipts liberal.
Prices are lully 50c off since lust report,
and good family brands arc now quoted
at SCgrj 50. Wo note sales ot 200 bbls.
various grades, $57 25; 200 various
grades, $Xafi 76; 100 bbls. Choice Fam
ily, SO 10(u,G25; 100 bbls. various grades,
$4 255 74; CO bbls. Choice Family,
$C 50; 100 bbls. XX, $3 75; 110 bbls.
various grades, $4 507 50; 50 bbls. pat
rnt processes 50; 100 bbls. straight new
family, $0 0(; 100 bbls. Choice Family,
There is only a small supply of choice
hay on the market, and receipts are light.
There is a slit'ht Improvement iu the
shipping demand, and a limited quantity
of choice hay would now find ready sale.
Sales noted were 1 car choice timothy,
$12; 2 curs choico timothy, $13; 2 cart
prime, timothy. $11 50.
Corn is in good supply aud duli and
lower. Choico white is now quoted at
4202'13o in bulk. Receipts are liberal,
Sales noted were 1 cat white In bulk, 43e;
1 car choice white in sacks, 48c; I car do
in bulk, 42c.
Receipts of oats are light, and all are
taken on arrival. The demaud it fair.
Prices are steady at 2520o. Bales noted
were 1 car good mixed, In bulk, 2uo; 3
cars mixed In sacks, 30c.
The demand for meal It limited, and
r. J .
at $2 40(33 50; and good country at $2 25
Q)230. Sales were made during the
last lew days at these prices.
Bran Is ln largo supply and dull at
f 10(2)10 50 per ton in sacks. We note
sales ol 50 sacks $10 50; 100 do $10; 70
sacks, $10 50; 1 car In bulk, $3.
There Is a lair supply of chickens on
the market,; and receipts are liberal.
Prices are unchanged. We note sales ol
2 coops young chickens, $1 C5; 1 coop
old hens, $2 50; 1 coop young chickens,
Potatoes are ln good stock, and prices
aro steady at $1 251 50 per bbl. and 35
(340c per bushels. Sales reported were
10 bbls. choice, $1 50; 50 bbls. common,
$1 23; 10 bbls. do, $1 25; 50 bushels, 33c;
20 bushels, 3340c.
Choice butter continues scarce, and
the. demand good. Receipts are very
light. Common Is in fair supply and
At demand. Sales noted were 100 lbs.
cooking butter, 1015Jc; 12 pulls South
em Illinois, 12(od4o; 14 tubs northern
dairy packed, 15&18C.
The stock of eggs on the market is
small, and the demand good. Fresh
eggs In small boxes, are ready tale at
9c. Sales were 3 boxes, 8c; 100 dozen
c; 230 dozen, 8c; 123 dozen, 8c.
Fruit is plenty and tbe demand only
moderately fair. Sales reported were
50 boxes peaches, 2030c; 20 boxes
choice do, 40o; 15 do, 3540c; 9 boxet
choice pears, 50c; 12 boxes small do, 33c;
150 lbs grapes, 78c; 200 lbs do 8c.
The market Is overstocked with all
kinds of vegetables, and prices are very
low. Tomatoes are worth 40(;30 ptr
bus el ; cabbage, $3 5i'4 50 per hun
dred; com, 45c pt.r dozen, etc.
Sales provisions wero D bbls. ftigar
cured canvassed bams, 10;je.
Sales lard were 10 kegs re lined, kettle
rendered, 10c; 2 tierces do, PJc.
Choice onions are worth 50c per bush
el. The supply on the market Is not
Sales were 500 bbls Ohio river, $1 30.
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In the Reiser building, where he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons and the public wh
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all tho latest Im
provements und conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
Sotlce of DIsnoliiMon.
Notice is hereby given to our lricnds
and patrons.and to the public In general
that the firm ot E. & W Buder, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Ed
ward A. Buder will continue the busluess
at the old stand, corner ot Washington
avenue and Eighth street, in his own
name, he having assumed all the liabili
ties and being entitled alone to collect
all outstandings ot the old firm. Hoping
that the same liberal patronage extended
to the jewelry establishment may be
continued In the future.
r.nWARD A. Buder,
Cairo, Ills., July 31st. 1S77. 7-312w
Is a sad attliction to sutler from. It attacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
Is a constant dread ol impending dangers,
tho Damocles sword of Imaginary evil Is
suspended over, a morbid sensitiveness
of the thoughts and actions ef others,
etc. This disease generally arises from
an aflectlon of t ic liver, stomach, urinary
organs.etc, and can be successful'y coin
batted by the aid ot 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 found in the Home Stomach
Huse, Loornit & Co., dealers in north
ern lake Ice, have removed their office
from the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the Ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering ice In all parts of the cltyi
Those desiring the cold stuil will leave
their orders at tho new office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
Jaurs Kavanaugh, Manager.
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 6-17-1 m
Captain Eads dridge boat Q. W." R.
Bagley, will be out lrora Pittsburg ou the
The Warner and barges fust off the
Pudueah ways passed to Si. Louis Sun
The KutTi will be taken out on the
Mound City wayt after tbe Jno. A.
Wood comes off, and after the Ruth hat
been repaired, the Joseph H. Blgley will
bo taken out.
The new packet Dora fabler arrived
Sunday morning from Kvansville, and
brought 130 barrels flour, 100 do grltt,
1,240 sacks corn, 10 hogsheads tobacco
for roshlpment. She Is a splendid light
Tbe Fanchou from St, Louit to Cin
cinnati brought 237 barrels flour; 1(10
sakt bran for New Orleans, aud has a
light trip for the Ohio.
The Ilillman Irom the Cumberland
brought 81 packages Iron, 29 19 pieces
wagon stuff tor St. Louis, 200 bundles
spokes, 08 pieces Iron for Cairo.
The Stahlman from Nashville brought
20bircUmeal, lDhbds tobacco, 40 tons
and 27 bars Iron.
The Nail City brought 200 tons tor
nrlr rn iWllnlnor f'ltv la haw held'
reablpuient and returns to the Ohio. ;
Tho Ilalliday A Phillips wbartboat
Company are putting up au iron stage
tho middle gangway up ttalrt of
their whartboat No 2. It It 60 leet
long, and ttrong enough to bear tbe
weight ol loaded drayt should It be neces
sary to drive In upon It.
The Atlantic turns back to New Or
leans from this port, and takes a tow that
tbe Grand Lake No. 2 Is bringing out lor
her from St. Louis.
We are sorry to learn that Eddy Mc-
Cullough is suffering from an attack of
Col. Rearden la recovering from bis
billtous attack, and will toon be ttrong
The City of Vlcksburg was well laddea
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1R89
CITT NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. B. SAKfORD. President.
S. 8. TAYLOR, Vlo President.
W. HYSLOP. fleo'v and Tnaeurer.
B macro as:
CLAT, CRAS. OAUODBS,
;JCFLETB, PAUl O. ScnUH,
a. II. CnonHanAM. H. L. Haujdat,
j. u. rmuars.
1KTKUK8T paid on deposits at th rate ol aix
percent, per annum, March lat and fieptem
wr lat. Intereat not withdrawn ia added linme
I lately to Uie principal of the deposit, Mwnbr
(lvin tsra cmnnound intercut
Tarried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
Open ever? buameaadiiy rromta.m. to S p.m.
tl Saturday eveninga for savings dapotlt onlf
romt tot o'clock.
W. HTSWPi TfMansrar.
City National Bank
W.V. HA1XJDAT, President.
UKNBY L. HAJJIUMY, VicePreal.
A.n HArrOHD, CAnhicr,
WA' ' K IIYSI.OI'. Aa'l Cashier.
8. STAATN TaYLOB, R. H. CO WOHAM,
W. V. I1AU.WAY
Exohange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a (encral banklnj
r Broas. President. H. Wells, Cashier.
e. .Vff. vice i'rui't. T. J. Kerth, Aaat. aah'r
mi tin ii,
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8t Street
r". Bros. Cairo. Wra. Klun Cairo.
1. KdUT, Cairo. Wra Wolft alro.
X . Simanka, Cairo. K h. Billinfiley, St. Louie
C. lludvr, Cairo. H. W.lla, Cairo.
F. H. Brlnkman. St. Louis,
J. Y. Cleniaon, Caledonia.
1 Urnernl Bnnklnv Balnena Done.
ft-FlchanicF "old and bought Interest paid
n th Savintra Department. Collection made,
ml all buiiineaa unimuUv attentat to
WHOLESALE AMD EXT AIL.
IN TFE CITT.
Qoeda Sold Very Close.
Oorner 19th St. and OoVeToiJ
C. O. PATHS ft CO.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wkolraal and Retail Daan la
Foreign and Domettlo
WINES OF ALL KOU0,
No. 00 Ohio Loves,
M1S8B. MiTTH CO. lev eeeetjarf
a Unr ttoak ot lb keel faerie la ne tar
I. aad (if taiMolal elteatiaa la Ike Wtoteaala
aanh of Ik bualaaae.