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ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Nat.-Any Imxinci llrm emu have Ihrecllnes
cane, In thin column under appropriate handing
nil rata ol l .6" ir mouth or U per ri
ayable nuiuierly in advanee.
Hardware. fHovaa atid Tl Ware.
A. MALLKT-Ixailer in Stoyes, Tin wkJ Har'1-
ave, Uaideuawl '"''"Tili
joods, Uelrlgeratora. l'uiii"t and lj",'r'
lOOummeniat Avenue. Uuiterlng, eud Job
Work done on abort notice.
' """ Lumber.
.1 S.McUAIIliY Oealcrlnhurdand softlum
xsr, flooring, ceiling, siding and surfaced
iunilier. Utli shingles. "! am) yani
mrucr Twentieth street awl Washington avenue-
LANCASTKtt & KICK-Dealers in aa.li,
loors, blinds, etc.. hard an'l aoft Iunilier and
Singles. Yard and ullic, Commercial avenue,
urnrr 17 111 street.
I), H A HTM AS .tiler In yn-nwan-. T"y,
I j in pa and all kinds ol lancy artii.l'-.. I
O'Ul avenue, cornertlh etreet.
WILLIAM WrS'J EH Sijth street between
'Joininf n-.lul avenue awl Washington avenue.
Clothing" nnt SlrelMiit Tailoring.
JOHN ANTItl.W-Menharit Tailor and dealer
tn Heady Made Clothing. 78 Ohio Ivee.
Krai DaUtla Ageiiolfa.
II. J. HOWI.KY-lleal Kfetate Agent, rluya
tad sells ml estate, collects rents, liaya Uxet
tor non-residents, ew. Commm ial avenue, -tveiiNluthandTentb.BUet.
1 IS'k I.H A TfliaTI.F.WOOU
11 Cottou and Tobacco 1'ectorn ami pro
prietors of Uie tanuem' joouciD " ureiu.u'.e
l.'i A li Coniiuiuir.-ial Avenue.
rrchanl for the eule ofT-'anii, tiarden, r-
ibarl ana Puiry i rouuo. n hum i-vee.
A. WHEELOf K A to.-
(eueril forwarding and ornmnslon
merchants, anil dealers In all kinds of ruit and
Produce. M Ohio Lcree. Consignments nlii
iled, " Btthells furaiabeil on applloai.oii .
a ju-j ' - ' '-
E.F. HnnM't Hr Wine or Iron
baa never been known to fail m Uie cure ol
weakness, attended wlla symptoms; India
Dosltlon to exertion, low of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of dlneaae, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful turret ol death, night weat, cold feet,
weakness, dimttts of vision, languor, uui
wrtal lassitude ot the uuiecular ayetein,
enormous appetite with dyapeptio j
trin, hot band. OUhMntr ol the body, dry.
oeai or Hie Kin, pn.ud counieoaLce anu
eruption on the fuce, purit) ln- the blood,
pain in the back, bcavinem ol the eyelids,
frequent black tpou flying brfore the eyet
with temporary aud union and lout ol light,
wint ot attention, etc. These ayn-ijitoum
all arie from a weaknem, and to rrmedy
that, use E. V. Kunkfl's Hitter Wine ot
iron. It nevei 'ail. Thouaandi are now
enjoying health who bavo ued it. 'let
the genuine. Hold only in rl bottlon. l ake
ooly K. K. Kunkefi.
Auk for Kunkel'a Hitter Wine ot Iron.
'I hit truly valuable tonic haa been no ttior.
wiil'UIt teated by ullclaaneaof the. commu
nity tbat it W now defined IndlHpenaable
nuatonli' medluine. It cota but little,
VuriBei the blood and i(ive tone to the
alomacn. reiiovatei in tj'i-iu ami pro.
I only aik a trial of this valu iUe tonic
I'rke fl per bo tilt'. K. i . Kunke), ole
Droprietor, No. 16!t North Ninth atrei-t. be
low V'Id, Philadelphia, l'a. Ask for Kun
kel'i iiitter Wino of Iron, and take no
other. A photograph ol the propiletor on
aarh wrapper; ail other are voiiuterfeli.
Jlawar of counterfeit. Ju not let your
drugget ml you any but Hiinkei , wiikii
ii but tin onty aa abuto repre-nnted. You
can get aix bottl for five dollar'. All 1
ak la one nuiplc trirl.
XAl'E WOF.M REMOVED ALIVE.
Head andall complete in two nour. o
fee till hea paien. Seat, J'in and touiai li
worma rem. led bv Dr. Kunkel. 2.VJ orth
Ninth itreet. Advice free. 'o lee until
head and all raMe lu one, and alive, In
Kunkel is the oulv bUcctfmlul pbyaiciau in
tlit'crcmtrv for t lie removal of worma, and
I.U Worm -vrup ia pleaant and fate for
hlldi mi or grown person". Send for cir
outir, or a.; for a bottle of Kunkel'a
Worm Mrtip. I'rice one dollar per bottle,
iibl it ol'vo ir .Irusrtf'st It never laiU.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Hoad Hunning Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Gireci Ccnnseiion with Hasiera Lines
Trains Leave Cairo
' ill p.'m. Fa"t KxpreM, arrivlntr in f't.
Uouin fi-.N) p. m.; l.'hlrago, 7::i, a.m.
2 20 P.m. CINCINNATI &LOUIS
viLLK FAST LINE
Arriving! n Clneionatl K:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, :2.), a.m ; :ndi'inapoli,4;13 a.m.;
i'mtiengtr ly tjbia train arrive at above
OF ANY OTflES BOUIE.
rM'p. to. Fat Mail with sleepers nttaeh
ed. for aT. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
aniving tn 8t. J.ouii at 0:30 a.m. Vhi
I'affo at 4.30 D.m. Conneetlng at Odin
or Kfflnehara tar Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
faiPCDfrera hy this line go through to
the Kent without any delay caused by
I'ba SATURDAY AKTERNOON TRAIN
FROM CAIRO ARRIVES IN NKW
tt)RK UlUUAI .ihib.xi.u
AT 10: j,
36 HOURS IN ' ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHER KOUTK.
Adverttliementa of competinc lines that
ihey mike better time than this one, are
are liwued either through ignorance or a
U aire to mltdead the publie.
r or .through tii ketn and ititormution,
pply at Illinois Central B. It. Depot, Cairo.
THAW iinivs AT CA10
.xpreiia 2ifJ' P m
Oen'l rtotitbern Agt
y H. .loxna. Tirki-t Agt.
A'-knye i Heat and Camfort ror
Tirod Women. .
Mrs. Henry Ward Ileecher, whose liounc
hold knowledge and perfect honeaty no
one preautnes to doubt, reeommendiilKiuge
keepera to ue Waihine, the newauhatituto
ror aoap. Bhe aayi nhe in pleased with it.
It ia a ureal laver ot time and labor, and
ian no more injure elothing thau comuion
warm water. Mr. Bee. her in right.
Tanhine has many great advantage over
aoati. Jtwnaliciln one-third of the time,
it almost entirely does away with rubbing,
u- uki u well io hard water as suit. 1 1 I
i. only artic o known that will ureven
.wMku trom "blinking. Other art!.- eH aa
'rtooiina . ,, ,, ,ut they Injur
rirloThT Wa.h-ne positively wl.lnot
H!L" E10.'. ot the OtUlltlM Whlel
......Zda Waihlneao popular atnong th
w..r... n A
era ol America.
who , S iTSKr WMn. will not r.gret
WHO are no ""., ., . nrnniira anil
K. SI. K.C.
IhrkiiiBhtiofthaibotr ordu nrrt
atthair hall the Ur.t and third Monday
n ear.h month. Coiuintrcial avenue, '.''I duoi
oiitliof Mill atreH, ut d i.m. ,
1. lliiLxr.., ii. it. .i..
ASCALON LODGE, NO. fll.
Knighta of Pythlal, mt every Krl
lay night at hall-peat aaven, in Odd
l"tllowa' Iloll. Howa,
Cliancellor Comniandef .
....... ........ . ....fin ' n ad.
Independent Order of Odd-rel-lows,
inerta every Inurwlav night
at halr-nadteeven. in their hall on
Joilimeroial avenue. Iietween hixth and Berenlb
treela Will K. hawkish,
'TVIUO KSCAMPMENT, 1. 0. O. F.. mta
WinOd t-rellowa' Hull on the find and third
I ueaday ill every month, at half-aet aeven
A. Com I won. C P
CAIKULOIXiK. 50. 237,A.r. A. M.
Mold regular eoiiiiiiiiniumoiia uiu-
aonie Hall, eonier tyommereial avenue
ami KiKlilli atrtet, oa the second and
ninth Monday of earh month.
BATKN OF AIIVKHnsmU.
' U-All bllla for Klvertiamg, are .lu" and pay
able in AllVAMCI
Tranaleat artvertialng will U inserted at tha
rate ef $1 W) perKUttre for the flrat in.s rlii.n
and 60 cents for each aubaequent one A llhural
diacounl will be made on tututliug aud did
For inaerting Kiinerul notiel 1 i Ntlrol
meeting of aocietie or aeciret order! t centa for
Church, Society, Featival and Supper notica
will only be inserted aa advertisement!
Ke advertisement will be received atleaa than
60 centa, and no auvertiaement will be inserted
for less than three dollara iier month
l.oral. BrSIJSI.a," XOTIt'KH
Of one square (8 lines apace) or morp, In
serted in the Bi'i.tKiix a follows : (l.i'S
tlian one square counted rb a square.)
One insertion per square - $ CO
Two Inwtioni per square 73
Three insertions per squarf 1 W
Six insertions per square 1 73
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square ;l 30
Special rates made on large advertlse
ments or lor longer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owing lo the present hard times and
n-.arelty ol money, I will, alter Uih date,
Siell Ilrrad at SOe. r doen, or 2
I.navea Tor H Cule.
AUo fake-. Tiee, etc., at proportionately
low prires. .
These gooda are of the very let in the
city, and will reeommend tliem-ehes as
EtTOrdeM Irom abroad will receive
Kit AN K KKATKY.
I'rop'r Union llakery,
i onmn rclal Ave., bet. 4th and bth ."it.
( airo, August i. Ih77
View of Marriage !
BaasasaaWBYBBBnaaa) a Omit, to Wedfock iJ
niiatlvntial lrlt:w uu Inn
JuIm ol imrnw and th
rauM.lh.t unfit kril'
rnrt. ol Reproduction mil
ti DKraaa of Women.
I A btmk lr privil. ruii. tl-
lrhrU.llg iil HJU, I'rtco
, A PHIVAILMLDICAL ADVISER!
Abuae. Exoaaia. 8eere I1 thg trtl
uf r.ir-. L';4 itrirfn.irM. pnr. M 't.
A CLINICAL LECTURE on tlii- ih.pt- il:ww ii,J
how Hi. Throat iuJ Luni, Calarrn.Buptura, u.o
Opium Hablt,4r.,r.f Mlrl.
lf.ili.-r Ikj"S arm ilidon rtofipl ol prire ; or l.i llire,
r-initimriK y.itr... Ii.-'rtirij ;v il.n.tritl. lor rt.
Aaurt.i DU. SUIT 3, Ju. li S. su Hi- It. Louia, Mo.
WKJlXESDAY, August 2, 177.
I'ltrm for hle,
A line tanu ot eighty acres, aituatcl
Hiroe-iiuarlcrs ol' a mile west ot Nodges
1'ark. Fifty arces are cleared and well
li-nced, the balance i-i in good timber
laud. Tor particular's apply to B.
Brown, on the larni. Litter? should be
addressed to the Hodden Park postotliee.
Iw. d.tw. .
Tlic rulaskl Patriot says : "It is ru
mored ou our streets that Judge Dull will
contest the election of Judge Dougherty,
because County lerk Ilogan lailed to
jfive the required legal notice of the elec
tion and to provide poll books as required
by law lor the ditt'erent preclnctt in the
county. If the election of Judi'e liough
erty d"pendi'd upon any part ol hU nia-
iority in this county there mlht be some
color for a contest, but allowing our en
tire vote to be avid the ex-governor liaf
ISO majority outside of this coimtv. If
Judge Dull goes into a controversy we
take it, it will be on other ground thin
to KeiHlvr tue Mver Active
When that Important secretive gland
requires arousing, it is only requisite to
resort to Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.tbe
national remedy tor Inactivity ot the bill'
om organ, for constipation, and for dys
pepsia, besides those malarious disordi-rs
to which torpidity of the liver prediposes
a person. Far more surely does this
celebrated antl-billoua cordial accomplish
a curative result than mercury or uny
other mineral ilrue used to euro liver
disorders. In lact, such medicament
cannot lalrly be called remedies, since,
although they may have a temporary
effect, they eventually fail to influence the
system remedially, but instead olten do
it, serious Injury. The Bitters, on the
contrary, are a specific of the most salu
tary nature, and are likewise a reliable
and agreeable tonic, appetizer and ner
vine. Have yon ityapepaia ?
With lu attendant troubles, constipa
tion, lieadacbo, loss ol appetite, gloomi
ness, water brash, distress alter eat
ing, etc.? If so take DaCosta'i radical
cure and be well. Its result is astonish
ing, and sure relief is guaranteed in every
case, where it is used as directed. It
assists digestion, tones up tho stomach,
strengthens tho debilitated, restores a
natural appetite and as a liver regulator
has no equal. A clergyman of Philadel
phia says : It is tho very Inundation ol
health.' To all who tiro sutlering from a
disordered stomach or liver, or who need
a gentle spring or summer tonic, wo say
try it, and you will tliank us for tho ad
vice. Trial size 25 cents. Sold by Bar
Also agents tor Parker's pleasant
worm syrup, which Is sure death to
worm. Pleasant to take, and requires
no pnysiB. iTiee eenrs, i ry.it.
The Tatitlon Rerjueetlnir thn Paaaage ol
the Sunday Ordinance- Tha Slgneia.
t'aino, Ills., Aug. IS), 1877.
T'i ilic I.ilitor uf the Hi Li KTIW :
Dear Siu :-Vill you pic obtain and
publish tho petition requesting the coun
cil to pass tho Sunday ordinance, about
which there lias been so much said ot lato(
together with ttie names ot all the peti
tioners. By so doing you will confer a
lavor on a friend and patron of the Bi t.'
rum as, well as
In compliance with the above request,
we have taken the pains to secure a copy
ot the petition referred to together with
thn names of :he petitioners. "Iho fol
I' I IK I'lIITION :
Ti die aljyor .iidClty Cmncilif the Ciyufl'uim :
The under.lghed would most respect
fully potion your honorable body to pass
such ordinance aa may be necessary to
require all grocery utores, dealers In
green vegetable?, etc., to f lo-e their
stores on .Sunday, believing as we do
that it is unnecessary to keep them open
ou that day, as all person ate a'jle to
procure their supplies the nighl before,
and also believing that it would lie con
duclng to order, sobriety and a proper
observance of Cod's Holy Day.
A. Swoboda, W. I.. Bristol, K. W.
Thieleck, tii'O. Koehli r, Win. Winter,
Jr., W. M. ( 'undid. Win. Trigg, Win.
Weber, Louis II. Myer". J. II. .Metcnif,
Ciias. O. J'atier A. C o., Dncst li. I'ettit,
P. Kennedy, K. Smith, Stratton Bird,
W. II. Wilcox, John Tanner, Thos.
Keane.H. W. Sliller, 11. Blom, K. W.
flreen, 1). J. Foley, A. Smith, .las. W.
Stewart, W. F. Pitcher, D.J. lialligan,
John Wilbonrn, X. -. Jaek?on. S. J.
llumni, Frank Swoboda, i". M. W ar
um, J. J. Peardin. E. Sliannessy,
J. M. Tot ton, M. W. Matthew, J. Whit
camp, Moreloek .V SuLult., Richard
Powers, II. Meyers, Henry Sayers, J.
Harden, Huzh Callilian, C. F. Xellis, V.
li. Cary, W. W. Woollen, M.F. Woot
ten, John Hogan, W. K. Hawkins. Casp
er Yost, J. W. MeKiuney.
'I be I'luDttrs House ifl'iiLj ft food
buaiuess and mine ho-l Rexiord is haj py.
Rev. Dillon-l.ee, ret tor ot the church
of the Redeemer, will return to the city
sometime next week.
'1 he Cairo and Vincennes railroad are
now selling first-class tickets to Chicago
fir SS "0, and to St. Louis a, ft 'J.
The county rominUrdoner: will
meet on the first Monday in September,
which is one week from next .Monday.
The colored people had a picnic and
barbecue at Hodge's park yestt rday. A
number oi Cairo peoph; wen; in at:. nd-j
Mr. T. J. McCkire of C!nr rci.i;
precinct Is hi the city attending frobate
Court, lie i regi-t.-red at the Arling'
Probate court is now in session, and
Judge Bross is disposing of the bu-iness
ot the court with more than umi-i!
A drunken man, a Rentuckiait, in at
tempting to hoard a moving train ou the
Illinois central on Monday lostliN footing
aud came near lo.ing hi. life. A it was he
received a severe cut on the land.
Mrs. I.edbctter, who resides on WaN
nut between Fourth and Fifth streets,
died ycaterday morning. Her funeral
will take place at 1 o'clock thi3 alternoon
at the residence of Rev. J. D. (Jillham.
Mr. William Walton Iloskins, editor
of the Lexington, Mississippi Metr
titer, is in the JcKy on his way to St.
Louis. Mr, Hoskms was in days past an
attach ot the Bcllktin office. He gets
up one of the best paper" In Mi!ssippi.
Canine it Whitlock are recognized as
standing as the head of the dental pro
lession ol Southern llllnoi". Their
rooms are over Black's store, on Com
mercial avenue. C.lve them a call when
you have anything in their line yon want
done. Aug i a 2 w
A big picnic and oarbeeim will take
place Bt, Hazlewood, Ballard county,
Kentucky, on the 6th ol September, it
li said that i'roetor Knot, Senator Ileek
and Kx-Congressman Cropland will be
present and make speeches. We hear ol
a number of.Cairoite, who contemplate
Mr. R. McNifl', an old and experi
enced barber, has taken charge ol the
shop on Eighth street, tornterlv occupied
by Mr. I.atnpert. -Mr. McNifl is a white
man and an excellent barber, and will
endeavor to give his customer as good
work as can be had at any other shop In
Cairo, lie solicits a share ol the patron
age of our citizens. :t J 2w
The "tcamer Cherokee, which left
bore on r ilday morning for Cincinnati
made it as far aa Smithland data, when
she found the wter 10 low that she could
not make It through. She turned bai k and
Is now laid up nt Padueah. Her wrevv,
nu t bcrlnu about twenty-live pcrfons,
came down on the .11 111 Kiel; Mondny even
lug, and left tor homo by tlio Cairo and
Yincennrn road yeaterday morning.
-Wo understand Unit, M r. T. W. Hnlli-
day, at the request crt a number of tax
payers, left by last night's Illinois Central
tralu for Springtleld, to look after tho
Interests of this county and city belore
tho State board of equalization. Wo do
not believe there Is a man in the county
who Dioro tully understands the real
values of property than .Mr. Halliday.
ICE! ICE 1
Huso, Looinis & Co., dealers in north
ern lako Ice, havo removed their olllce
Irom the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio leveo to the leo hounes one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering loo In all part of tho cltys
flioso desiring tho cold stull will leave
their ordcra at tho new oftlco, where they
will recelvo prompt attention,
JiMKI IvAVANAt'OH, MunilglT.
Caiho, I1.1.R., May 1", 1S77. B-17-lm
THEY OATHIREB THEM IN.
Arreat of a Qan of OamMeie atEitt a
Saloon-A Well Planed nd Hand
aomely Executed Bald by the Polka.
The best laid and the most thoroughly
successful raid that has been made by tho
police of this city lu years was planed by
Chief Arter ami carried out at Bill
Scott's saloon on Monday night,
For the last year tho police have been
convinced that a gang ot gamblers
and sharpers having been carrying on a
game somewhere In Scott's establish
ment, but it seemed impossible to get at
t1i,p.u-tles or to inaugurate a raid lint
promised to pan out successfully.
A day or two ago however, Informa
tion readied the olllcers that gave them
a pre-ty lair understanding ot how and
where tho game was carried on, and
Imw It was possible lor tho ollkors, if t lie
aflair was properly managed, to
cipturo tho whole party and
their outfit. Accordingly on Monday
night Chief Arter and Olivers Sargent
and .McCarthy and County Constables
John and Andy Cain, prepared for tho
task, and how fiiccessliilly the whole
affair was managed will appear below.
By means which 1C is unnecessary to
:.tato hero the olllcers succeeded la get
ting inside the Inclosure in the rear ol
the building, and then Into the hall lead
ing from the ground tloor to the base
ment. In the far end ol the basement is
a small room set off, and In this small
room is where the game was in progress.
The door leading into this little ronni is
supplied with a wicket, and a sentinel
whose duty it is to keep a look out for
Intruders, and the police in particular, Is
stationed on the Inside. On the re
proach ot any oue not known to be in
the secret, the sentinel gives the alarm
and the game is stopped, the ''diips''
and curds are put out of sight, and all
evidence that wouid go to convict the
occupants ol the room ol gambling are
The olllcers alioyc named succeeded in
getting to this door unobserved, and an
instant later one ol the parties within the
room desiring to go out, the door was
opened. The instant the floor opened the
live ofticers made a m-h and succeeded
In getting into the room. So sudden and
unexpected was the raid that not one ol
the inmates had time to dispose of Ids
"chips" or card", and the whole outiit
There were seven nu n in the room,
among them Bud Weaver, the notor
ious Charleston and the no less nntor-
ious Harry Y eager, Green Neal and
three strangers. The whole allair was
conducted so quietly that Scott, w ho was
in the upprr I'tirt of the building was
not aware of the presence ol Hie olllcers
until thev marched up Mairs and
through tho saloon to the street
prisoner" in charge. Scott was
dumbfounded, ar.d lor half an
half nti hour could not realize that his
hoii'e lii d been raided. The prisoners
were taken to police headquarters, where
they were released on giving security for
their appearance for trial to-day. All in
ail the raid was one ot the most sueccs
full ever undertaken in Cairo, and reflects
great credit on tho ofticers engsgru in it.
Williams, a Colored Minister,
viven toe "urana uounce.
L. 11. William is a colored minuter
and ha made Cairo his home tor the last
two or three years. He is a married man,
and lor the last year has been belore the
police coiii'ts several times for ii'iaireling
with his wile. On last Friday niabt
he irave his wife a terrible drubbino-
lor which he wns ai rested and
locked up. He was released, and on
Monday night repeated the drubbing,
battering bis wile tin severely. Health
Ollker Henry Stout arretted him, and
Justice Comings assessed a line ot fllty
dollars and costs against him and gave
hiinlhree hours in which to leave the city.
He agreed to go, and at noon yesterday
might have been seen, carpet bag in hand
wending his way out ol town. May be
The Fourth Ward Vacancy-D. J. Foley
The election ill the Fourth ward for a
lueniberol city couinil to till the vacancy
occasioned by the death ot .u.
McGauley, look place yesterday. Mr
C. V. Nellis and l. J. Foley wer j the can
didates. Tho number of votes polled
was 11)0, ot which Mr. Foley received
125 mid Mr.NellisTl. Foley's majority
is ol. Although tho vote polled was
larger than was expected, the election
passed off very quietly, TIip Irietida ol
both candidates were active and cot in
their best work. We congratulate Mr.
Foley on bis succegs, ami predict that lie
will make ati attentive and laiililul inem
ber nf the council.
Notice hereby giyen to our Itiends
and patrons, and to the publie in general
that the linn ot E. A W Under, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Ed
ward A. Iluder will continue thn business
at tho old stand, conn r ol Wa-lungtoti
avenue and l.gntn street, in ins own
name, he having assumed nil the liablli
itlcs and being entitled alone to collect
all outstandings ol the old linn. Hoping
that the same liberal patronage extendi')
to the Jewelry establishment may be
continued In tbeliiture.
KDWAKU A. Hl DKII,
William Ui iikii.
Caiko, Ills.,. July 31st, 1S77. 7-.'tl2w
Ed. llraxton h is returned to his old
stand in the Heiaer building, where he is
better prepared than ever to nceotnmo
date his patrons and thn public- who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense In littlng up
couplo of nicely furnished rooms, which
ho has provided with all tho latest 1 111
provctni'uts and conveniences. Ho cm
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will recelv
courteous treatment. tf
HELD TO BAIL.
Jcha Uutnlanfor Bhoot'na Ohaa 1.1k
dna Held lu 1 1,000 Bail.
Tho preliminary hearing ol tho man
John (Jtilnlan, who ou tho night ol Wed
nesday the 8th Inst,, shot and so danger
ously wounded a colored man named
( has. LIgglns, took placo before Justice
Comings yesterday afternoon. County
Attorney Muikey, conducted tho
examination oa tho part ot
the people. Tho prisoner bad no at
torney, and as Is usual In such cases, tho
examination ol witnesses was conducted
v the presiding justice. A largo num-
1 t t witiicsaeg were examined, and the
t.ict brought out wcro substantially tho
tamo as stated in the P.ui.t.r.iiN the
morning alter the shooting took place.
ijululau had been drinking, and bad some
words Tfith a woman living in
the houso at tho corner ot Fourteenth
and Poplar streets, and had threatened
to shoot her. LIgglns, who occupied a
room in the upper part of the building,
overheard the dlfllculty between Quinlan
and the woman, and remonstrated with
tho former an 1 advised him to go away
Ojiinlan without tho shadow ot provoca
tion tired his revolver at Liggins, the ball
entering hU breast low down
on tho right side, inflecting
wound Irom which it was thought ho
would not recover, but under the careful
treatment ol Dr. Wordner, Liggins is
recovering and Is now able to be about
Having heard the testimony, which
was very conclusive of the guilt of
(tuiulan, Justice Comings announced
that he would hold him to bail in tho
sum of one thousand dollars, In default
of t bii li he was remanded to the county
Though there can be no d.uibt that
(Julnliiii is guilty of the attempt
to murder Liggins, to look at him he
would not be taken for a desperado.
He is a man rather under the medium
size, and will weigh perhaps one hun
dred and torty pounds. Ho Is a railroad
section hand and has the appearance of
being a hard working man. lie wns
employed on the Eldorado section on
the Cairo and Vincennes railroad pre
vious to coming to Cairo. He hail been
in the city only about tweuty-four hours
w hen he did the shooting,
U a .adalllietion to sutler Irom. It attacks
all tationB aud conditions of life. There
is a constant dread ol impending dangers,
the Damocles sword of imaginary evil Is
suspended over, a morbid scnsitivcnesi
of the thouzhtii and actions et others,
etc. This disease generally arises from
an aflectlon of t ie liver, stomach, urinary
orjran,etc, and can be succesaful'y coin
batted by the aid ot rc-t and light diet,
and ttie use of a remedy which will re-
tore new force, promote secretions aud
xcretions, and give tone to tho whole
vstem. Such a health restoring remedy
as been lound 111 the Home stomach
Captain Mart It. FUher, of the tow
boat Warner, died at his residence on
Walnut Ililis, at Cincinnati, on Saturday
night last, at S o'clock, of typhoid lever.
The stern wheel steamer Minnie, was
sold at Louisville on Saturday, to Capt.
Carpenter, of Natchez, lor $2,800 cash.
The Vlrgie I.ce leaves Cincinnati for
St. Louis to-day.
Captain named the Dora Cablcr after
the widow of Captain Cabler, late of
Nashville, and a daughter of Captain
Havid Hughes. She Is said to be the
handsomest woman in Nashville. Capt.
I.oveli holds the titlo ot being the cham
pion light dralt boat builacr of the West,
and it is said tho Dora Cabler is his best
The Cotton Valley and Laura L. Davis
both left Cincinnati yesterday evening
for this city witji reshlpping trip. The
next trip ot the Davis will bo between
Cincinnati and St. LouU.
The James W. Gafl leaves Cincinnati
to day for Memphis.
The Silverthorn brought 130 tons
The Dora Cubler Is the Evansvlllo
Diver AI. Burriss arrived in this city
yesterday morning, and will go to Smith
land this evening to examine the wreck
ef the Arlington, and if it Is in a condition
to be worked on, will bring tho Salvor
No. 2 from St. Louis to complete the
work ot wrecking her.
Ttie K. 0. Stanard rilled out here. She
reports 7J feet water to St. Louis.
The .lames D. Parker reslnpped some
freight hero and has 250 tons for Mem
phis. Captain Russell has the chills
At last accounts the Homer was aground
on the bar under thedyke at Evansville,
The Centennial for New Orleans and
the City of Helena lor Vicksburjr are
due from St. Louis to-day.
The Jim F'isk, Captain Taj lor, is the
regular packet for Taducah this evening.
Captain Molvlnney removed another
and the last snag In the channel near
Fllraore City. It was larger than the
other three, and very dangerous.
Barney Crin went down on ttie E. 0.
Stanard to bring the Eekert up from
The Hickory with a load of lumber
and a barge in tow passed to St. Louis.
BOOTS & SHO ES
Coffee, Suear it. Syruo,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
CHARTERED MARCH ill, 1809
CITY NATIONAL BANK.CAIBO
A. II. flAVrORD. Proaldont.
8 9, TAYl.OU. Vice Fnwldent.
W. UYriLOl', Sec' y and Treaaurer.
P.W. Barclay, Ciias. OALionaa,
r. M . HTOOKFLarn, riau. ot-iiu,
a. II CCHKLXUHAM. H L. HALLWAY,
J. M. PHiLLirs.
INTEREST ld on deposlta at the rata ol ail
L percent. pr annum. Marrh latand Saptem
t lat. 1 iitcreM not withdrawn ia added imme
llately to (be principal of the deposits, thereby
ilvlnK Uiem compound inu-reat
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
elao can draw it.
Open every buatneasday from 9a.m. to S p.m.
al Saturday evening fur aaving drpoalta only
romH ton o'clock.
W. HY8L0P. Treaaarer.
City National Bank
W. P. HALMDAY. I'Mldcnt.
flENItY I,. 1IALL1UAY, ice Preat.
A II HACroKU, CBhii-r.
WA' " K HYMlOP, Aaa't Caehlir.
, Smats Tatlob, K. II. CO lHOUAM,
L. Hallway, W. I'. Uallidat
. I). WlLLlAMSOR, 8TEP1I1W IlllUI,
A. o, Sai-poiid,
Exchange, Com and United States
EonclB iiougnt ana aoia.
DEPOBITS received and a general banking
.Ni'tt, Vice I'M'U
H. Welle, Cnahiur.
T. J. Krrth, Aaat. ash'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and fit Street
K. ISrona, Cairo. Win. Rhine Cairo.
I'. Ni-IT, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe Cairo;
A . Sunanka, Cairo, it. L. Hillingnley , t. Loula.
V.. Under, titro. H. Wella, Cairo.
F. II. Ilrlnkuian, nt. Louia,
I. Y. Clrnuon, Caledonia.
Uenerni Hanbluf tsiialnaaa lloiiri.
rf Exchange aold and bousht. Interest paid
n Lhr Havfnirn Ilvrjartment. Collections made.
nd all bualneae uronintlv attended to.
WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL.
IN TFE CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Close.
Jorner 19th St. and Commercial Av,
PATIEE & CO.
Liat OK DCA1.KIM-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
WINES OF AIX KIN US,
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MKSHKf . 8MKTH A CO. have eonstanUv
a large slock ol the beet goot'a In Uie ruax
ot, and give ewimul attention to Ibe wholesale
aneh of the hnalneaa
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
aooflng and Qutterlng a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumpa, 8toTtM
JaMlsa PreaiVUr Daaa.
ASSIGNEE'S BALK. '
Vcticc it hereby uvea that bv lriuaf un.l nt
tka diaincl court ef ti Uaittd. auttt for ih
nouihcm diurlct of llllm.1t, in tna tnautr of
C tiberna Wintton, bankrupt, I will on lk
ItUh DAT Of SKPTEMUER, 177,
at the front dcor of the court haute ia Cairo, Alex
amler county, lllinoia, commencing at ID o'clock a .
m. , acll at public auction th following dewrihed
leal estate, of the taid Claiborne V intton, to-wit:
I ndiviitcd it -j tc.4 lection li towninip lo range
Undivided it", iw,1,' section 27 MWntblp l '
range 2 w
Undivided , nw ice lion 31 towsihip 14 range 2
N ic'i tection ,U tnwmliip M range 2 w
Sw i tw tection township 13 range 2 v
wu section 31 towns nip 15 range a wett
Ne'4 tection Vi township 16 range 2 wett
Nw U se'4 tection til township 11 range X west
V.'i nw '1 tection 24 townthip 14 range S weat
Ne:i te'i tection 4 township li ranm Jwett
Sw ' tection '.li townthip 14 range 3 wett
K'jUW, section M townthip la range Sweat
I El, nw' tection 2'l townthip lli range I weat
SwV, tection 'A tnwaship 14 range i weat
. f tection IS townthip lu range 3 west
W nH aeciion 7 township lu range 1 welt
w section M luwnshiplti ranee I wett
w)4ncij lection 3" township ia range 1 wett
Nd!, ne4 section 1 township in range 2 west
Se1, ne!, ter.ilon 21 township 1 J ranjc 2 west
ill li Alexandenatmy Illinois,
be', tection 1 townthip 1 ranee i eait
Sc corner ot nv'i tection 1 towntkip 15 range 1
In the the county of Pulatki and ntataof Illinois.
I.teftli. 20. Wand!. InblookSJ. and lot 2V.
in block Hi, and lets : and :tl, in block 33, all in the
firat add tlon to the City of Cairo, county of Alex
ander and State of Illinois .
Lott 23.21.25, and 26 in the Hotel Addition to
the r ity of Cairo tfomaid.
The terms of the 'ale are One-fourth cash and
the balance in three equal payments at tiz, twelve
ano eighteen montlil, with teven per Cent Intereat,
secureu by deeded trust on premitea told.
liidt foi any of said real estate will he received
up to dty of sale by M. J llowley or Baomel P.
Wheeler at Cairo, J. T AVL K SMI I H.
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0. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
Na. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
FECAL attentloi Riven to consignments and
till Inn ordera
Consumption, that scourge nf humanity, la
theitreal dread ot the human family, in all dril
1 feel confident that I am In poaaesslon of th
only sure, Infallible remedy now knawn to
he profession tor the aptedy positive cure ol
hat iiread disease, and lie unwelcome concern
fitants, vlti Catarrh, Asthma, llronchltls, Ner
vous Hehllitv, etc., eto. I aui old fory. I be
lieve in medicine. 1 weniy-eiifni yeara tp
rienee a. a bu.iv nractltlouer in the beat con
sumption hospitals In the old anal new world,
has tuught me the value of proper medloa tin
both locul and constitutional In the cur- of this
raat enemy of our race 1 have found It But
am digressing. 1 started aut to aay to those
suffering with consumption or any of tn. above
nunauiee, mat uy aaureaa ng nie giving sympa
torut, they shall be put In possession joints
(treat laion, without charge, and ahall have the
oenellt of my experience In thousands of rase
successfully treated, lull particulars, direc
tions for preparation and use, and advice and
lnatmctiona lor successful treatment al your
own borne, will be received by you by return
mail, free ot charge, by addrmsinir
1K. JOHN S. UlUNETT.
wttlv 167 Jefleraen erreet Uiulavill
The Steam rerryboat ,
II III U, IUII ICgUIMIJ, IH1IWS
field's landing at 7, S anu 11 o'clock a.m.;
(trill K ..n.,,Ul tw,m
30. 3:3 1 and 5;.T0 o'clock p.m. during tack
UQ Sunday tue win leave tna unaiif at
andlOoclocka.m. and at 11 m., aid al
iita a. t.aaasr a to., a.
t, s a s at St.. citiisaaa, o
IkXeat la the knowa world. Samplt JTett Jrwfc
yfyApnu. Aildrraa,i.Coet.TaaCo, Caltaaa.
S SVltl 1 1 Intae legitimate. IHnieuleMfrM.
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,fcy all irroeeri.