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. Any iKiHiarinflrm ran have three line
(lace, In Uil milium unlet appropriate heading
lib rat bl l.l r muiilliur !,! per fear
ajauit' (iuiitri iitanvauw.
Hard tare. an1 Tli Ware.
s. ii at I uvlii.tr in MiM.Tinnl lfd-
Aim., Uaideii and Sariner' ImpliniiiilH, Wire
.mnl, UfrlKiTi!tor., I'ump and latiMers.
Coninumlml Avenue fluttering, aud Job
Work don on aimrl tioli'C.
.1 . ; . Mi A H K Y I lealer I n hiird and soft I uni
.r, flooring, eeiling, siding and surfirwd
uiuIht, lull and shingle, tiflliw nd yard
uiner 1 Meulirtli ttrwt and Washington avenue'
lASCASTRit A IUi;K-lfnIr in Hmd .
loots, blinds, en , hard aud anil liimlier nd
H ingle. Yaid nr.' I ultitf, Conniicr'ial avenue,
orui-r 17 lli strew.
!. IIAKTM AX lealr ill tueeiiswar, Toys,
Lamps snd all kinds of lanry erticl". ( ninm-r-
l avuue, cornet ''III ltnt.
WILLIAM VVl.NTKrt Sixth street between
omnieroielavemlo and VVanliinicWQ avenue.
(Toftiing mid Menliant tailoring.
JOHN ANTIflM-MenhantTallorand dealer
Ik lvwly Made Clothing. V Ohio Uvw.
Real Katnte Agencle.
M. J. lIOWI.KY-nrulfj.Ut. Agent. Biy
ml tell ml Mlale, collects rrum. pay taw
lor iitjn-reatdenla.eu:. Commercial eveuiie, be
tween Nlnlti and leuth ttreets.
t atiulttla Xert-liBUl.
UIN K It t TH18TLKW0OD
Cotton and Tolmero factor and pro
prietor of th farmers' Tobucro WarHi' i...-,
1 & A 17 Coniiiiiiter-il A tnw.
i (1 neral KorwirJIng mil ni.n..;rj
merchant, lor the sale of Karm, Har.l'U, im
.liard and lialry I'rodm-e. ' Ohio Lev.
EA. WHI.jT.LOCa" CU.
(ttncral forwarding and '..oimtstsaion
merchant, (nil dealer la all kind of i nut and
I'rodUi'e. W Oli Xa:. l-OU.igiilii.nl solic
C r. fiaakar JMttr Win ar Iron
has never been Mown to fail in the cur ot
weakness, aUendtd with symptom ; indis
poIUon to fiertlon, i of memory, diffi
culty of breathing;, setteral wknn, horror
of dUaaac, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, eight sweat, cold faet,
weakness, dimaem ot vlolon, languor, uiil
renal laibirade ot th tuniciilar rytltm,
enormoQi appetite with dyai eptic
trm, but hand, DuiJiIul' ol the boif, dry
nein of the akin, pallid countenaiica and
pniptloo on the face, purilyina; the lilood,
pain In lb bat'K, lieavinean nt toe eyelida,
frcqueut bUck spots filing before the tyt
with Unjporury uffuioD and lota oli!ljt,
want ot atunvlon, tl:. Then nyuploiun
all ariae from weaknea. and to remedy
that, line K. Y. Uunkel't Bitter Wioe ot
lroa. It never 'all. Tbouaunda are now
Ojoyuuf health who have UMd It. (itt
the KtiuBe. hold only is ii bottlei. Take
only Ju K. KuDkfa.
Ak tor bunkel'i Hitter Winn o( iron.
1 hla truly voltiable tonic haa t-en n, thr
nimbly tealed by all claaea of the commu
nity thai it M now Cecmed iudiperialjle
aa a toai! medluiue. It vohU hat little,
pnriDre the biool and kjvm toue to tlie
atomarb. renovata tfau ivr.'ui ami pro
I only ak a tiUUf tliii vannll.: tonic.
Price l per bottle. K. K. kunkel, ole
fiMprtctor, So. lyi Noilii Ninth mretl. be
ow Vina, fblladelphia. l'a. Aik for kun
kel'a Bitter Wine of iron, and take no
oilier. A photoerapb of the proprietor on
raoii wrapper; ail othrri are counterfeit.
Knware of counterfeit. Do not let your
drU(.'ilt aril you any but Kunkbl'a, w'biuh
la put up only at aooi a reiientJ. Vou
can tfe.l tlx bottk lor five dollar. All I
ak la one iimple trial.
TAl'E WORM KKMOVED ALIVE,
lit-d andall complete in two nour. No
fee till bea poe. Seat. Pin and xtmnach
wonna retuded by Dr. hiiDkel, .V North
MntU ilreet. Advice free. So tee until
head and all pawca In one, and alive, l'r.
Kuukel in the only auectanful phyaiuiau in
thla ouulry lor tlie n uioVul r wornif . and
hlk Worm ""ynip Is plraaut and ta.'e for
'lilldirn or arrow u pw mm. Send for cir
cular, or for a bottle of Kunkel'
Worm Syrup. 1'rice one dollar per botlle.
Oct it of vou r iinnrvhjt ft never tails.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tbe only Road Bunoiog Two
Daily Trains irom Cairo.
Train Laav Cairo
1 ill p.o'. Fart RTprtan, arriving in Ht.
liiiiita :SU p. ra.; thicai), V.', a.ni,
120 p. ra, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VXLLB FAST LINE
Airivint'ln Cincinnati 8:S0, am.; LouIh
ville, K:i!.S, a.m.: IndianepolU, 4.15 a.m.;
rnwengi-r by this train arrive at above
OF &NT OTflEK ROUTE.
I:u0,"p. Ol. Fan t Mail with Weeper attach
ed, for ST. I.Ul lS and CHIC'At.O,
arriving In 3t. LouIh at U:.IO a.m. ln-
i?o at 4.!ki p.m. CoDiicctiiiK at Odin
or Kttinghara lur Cincinnati, Loub-villfl
FAST TIME EAST
CfcriOTiirer by thl line ko through to
the knt without any delay mused by
I'no SAXL'RDAK AFTERNOON TRAIN
FJtOM CAIRO ARKIVES IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MOUNIMU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANT OTtlEE KOL'TK.
Ailvarllsementa of ooupeiinf line that
they Miike better time than thia one, are
are Imuod either through ignorance or a
ilenlrc to hittdeod the public.
or through ticketn and iuforiuation,
ipply ut llllnolH Central R. R. Depot, Cairo.
TRAIN ARIUVB AT CAliO
ixjjaeM .2:"tp m
Gcn'l Southern Agt
.1. II. .Ion. Ticket Ait.
Vaknxr ot Beat aul Comfort ror
II red Woman.
IJAlin. jL" .1 1 1 U.ui.liaH uihf... I....-
. nri.l'l.i.l .ru H nopfanl hnnuln . .
olio presumes to doubt, recomnicndu house
Keopuratouiie Waahlue, Uienewsubtltute
lur soap, she aaya she is pleased with It.
It U a (treat saver ot time anil labor, and
can no more Injure clothing than common
wiirm water. Mrs. Beeiher Is right.
Wafhlne has many great advantages over
aoap. It wuahci In one-third of the time,
it almost entirely doeaaway with rubbing.
Wanheaan wellln hard water a solt. It Ih
ine only article Known that will preven
woolen trom ahrlnKing. Other articles as
nist somewhat In washing, but they injure
the clothes. Vfasblne positively will not
Injure clothing. .
These are some ol the qualities which
iiAVfl made Washine so popular atnong the
i. .nunlranriAry nf AmCliCA All
who";?. not u.iDg Wbin. will not regret
It If they taice special paina i
rtve It a trial. Price, Band 10 cenU. Bold
by all urocare.
I na , . ' '."J". L H...HJ M T
BEOBKT IOCI1 8TIKB
mh. M. h.t.
Tin kuiRlic. of the abotc oi-Nt iihi-I
at Ihi'ir liull ih flrt anU tlnnl Monday
n each month, Coiuiimruial avenue, lid "hMir
aouili or liih drift, at p.m. -'
John II. lloiMr.n, It. M.
AfCALON I.ODQB, KO. M.
KolKtitn of Pytlilta, mw'U every Krl-
,.r..l. ml hull.irfu.1 uua, llilil.
?lJlr5!7 eetlowa' Hall. llowa,
I hancellor Loinuiandrr.
OAI.KXA.NIIK.lt I.ODOK, NO. tU.
Indeiiidrut Order of 0id-rel-Inwn,
mwt every Xhureday ninht
at halt pant evu. in their Uall on
:oniiiw rem! avenue. Intween Miilliand Heventb
.reel W ill h. llAwatu-. S. U.
AIKO KNCAMPMEST, I O. O. F.. Bieel
Kjin OiW-Fllow Uall on the flratand Uurd
l ueailay in every month, at half-paat evn
A. tJOHIHOfl. C l
" ja tAII'.OLOIUjIC. NO.an.A.r. A. M.
Hol'l riyular ejiininiuiiiatioiiii in Ma
XX' ""'I. '"mer (oinniercinl avenue
wi K.iitlith Htleet, on the ea,ll(l and
'oiirth Mundav of each month.
BATKN Of AOfKlTi'lNI . U.
(j-AII billa for advertinuif, aie du and tity
Tranaieat advertlaing will be inaertnl a'-thv
rata of II W lr aquare lor the Drat ina -rtlon
and Mi cenU for eaoh aulejiicnt on A liuuril
diacount will b male on atD Uuk and dlnpl
For innertinK Funeral notice 1 ' Notice ol
meeting of aocletle or aecret orlera So oenla for
Church, Society, rltval and Supper nottcva
will only be intertod aa ailvertibemenM
Ka advertia'incnt will be received atleaa than
cnt, and no anvertiaement will be inserted
for lena than three dollar per mouth
I.OCAI. Ill I.M.a .HOTIt I.N
Of one crjuare (S linen rpace) or more, in
aertetl In tlie Bli.i.ettn an follows : (Lwu
than one squaro counted a a square.)
One lnwrtlon per square - $ Ml
Two Insertions per square
Three inMTtions pr wiuare 1
Six inwrtlonu rx-r squaro 1 "
Two wwki per square - -
One month jKr nquare :i '
Special rate made on larjfe udvertiee
Kif uts or lor longer time.
LOWt-R THAN EVER!
J.lll to tbe present hard time and
Kcarciiy ol money, I will, alter thii date,
tell Bread at SOr. per doxrti, or U
I.oavr lor a Cu.
Alo Cake. Pies, etc., at prtporwu'.ely
'i-i.u. ur.n.li. lid i.l t!ipver hel in tlie
cit), aud will rtcoumieud thetntehe at
j'2'lrJcr Irom abroad wiM receive
frop r L'nlon liakery.
i onuiii rclul Ave., bet. 4lh acd fcth St.
'alro, AtifOi't , l"7
View of Marriage !
A Oulde to WMiOc arvl
ItbUlrllllaa JM-Clilat UB fl
iuttrt iff tnamae u4 thaj
r-an.u arriat naitll inr it ih a.
'AND V r't " RprodUL'tion i -4
ft Ulieaara or w omriv
A btaok lur private, rtn.i 'j-
'atf tavX.Lt P9ra' price
, A HHIVATt MtDICAL ADVISER!
On aorilefol aPrivat4j Suture tr.t.hd tn.mBrJ.r
Abuavc. xrttrt, or Be ret DiMaut, uu Un- U t
Iim-IUS i( cur-, ;.'4 .t'f-tit. ptut SA) c-ta.
A CLINICAL LECTURE on ihr -f-jv rlViwi mnl
thoa ui ti( Throti-d Lun;i,(trra,Euptiuilu.i
Opium navblt.fcf . prir M eta
1 ,'SiPf l'k e-n( 'tat (Mill on rr'T prif; Or .tbrrr,
r-.ntiMhr mi rVi'Hiftj- y iisutrltl. I'r T-'i rti.
AtmiH. BUTTS, k. US ttu m. it. Lcu.i, M&
Tlll'lWDAV, Auj,'Ut 23, 177.
I arm t or am.
A line Utm ot eighty acres, situated
lliren-qnarlcrs of a mile west ol Ilodi.'S
I'ark. Kilty arces are clettred and well
I'-nced, the balance U in good timber
land. For particulars apply to W. B.
Ilrown. on the tarui. Letters should be
addressed totho Hodge Park postof!!:c.
Is a sadallliction to sufler Irom. It attacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
U a constant dread ot impending dangers,
the Iamo:les sword of imagiuary evil is
suspended over, u morbid sensitiveness
of the thoughts and actions ol others,
etc. Thi disease generally arises from
an aflectlon of t ie liver, stomach, urinary
organs.etc, and can be successfully com
batted by the aid ol rcrt and liglit diet,
and the me of a remedy which will re
store new force, promote secretion, nnd
excretions, and give tone to tlie whole
sy item. Such a health restoring remedy
hVj been totiiid in the Home Stomneh
linve J oil iiypeia
With its attendant troubles, constipa
tion, headache, los of iippetlte, elootni
nc, vTiitcr brnh, distress alter eat
ing, etc.? If so take DaCosta's radical
cure and be well. Its result Is astonish.
ing, and sure relief is guaranteed in every
case, where it is ti'ed ns directed. It
assists digestion, tones up the stomach,
strengthens the debilitated, restores a
natural appetite and as a liver regulator
hns no equal. A clergyman of rhlladel
phia says : It is the very foundation of
health. To all who are suffering from a
disordered stomacli or liver, or who need
a gentle spring or summer tonic, we say
try It, and you will thank us for tho ad
vice. Trial slzo 2" cents. Sold by Bar
Also agents lor Parker's pleasant
worm syrup, which Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take, and requires
no physic. Price 25 cunts. Try it.
In KciMler the l.iver Active
Whcu that important secretive gland
requires arousing, it is only requisite to
resort to Hostetter'a .Stomach Ulttcrs.the
national remedy tor inaetivlty ol the bili
ous organ, for constipation, and for dys
pepsia, besides those malarious disorders
to which torpidity of the liver predisposes
n person. Far more surely does this
celebrated antl-billous cordial accomplish
A curative result than mercury or any
other mineral drug used to euro liver
(llsiiiders. In fact, such medicaments
cannot lalrly be called remedies, since,
ulthoiigh they may have a temporary
direct, they eventually fall to influence tho
system remedially, but instead often do
it serious injury. The Bitters, on the
contrary, are a speclllo of the most salu
tary nature, and are likewise a reliable
and agreeable tonic, appetizer and ner
-Foley Maimed Nelhs.
Couuly court, .liidg'i Itros pn sidiii;.',
is in session.
The ruin, the beautiful ruin, ho.v if
lias squelched the dust.
- Squire (joining's police euuit did ft
litii btiaiuess yclerdfiy.
-1'aducah will send a big exciir.ion
party to Cairo on the steamer Dura 'aiib-r
- Wanted lly a young man, a ttirnMi
id room, without board, in u private
family. Address staling price, this
Iiis:iid that there will be '.veil
c.iiididate lor Hie cjunty fltrk at. the
election to Ik- licit on the fotirih of
.Mr. I'. ). Jtexford, who n turned
home from Chicago last Friday, is still
very weak. He remains In his i.kuii tbe
greater part of the lime.
Ml those desiring to enjoy Hint high
degree of health which pure blood in
duc;c:j an I maintains ehould use Ir.
Bull's lilood mixture.
The Irish National Society of this ufy
will give a bull at Klnge's hall, on
the 2:nh lust. This i a society lately
organized, composed ot young people.
,lr. Kiilx-n Voeiiui h doing the
county, putting in some luavy work.
We dare say that .Mr. Vocti'u will prove
a hard man In b"at in thccoimni.' election
tbe for county judgeship.
The annoyance occasioned by the
continual crying of the baby, at once
ceases when the cause i" ins it -liould
bej promptly removed by using Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup. 2.i cents per bottle.
-The ?ale of real eilate at Hodges'
Park will take place on Tuesday, when
the Cairo and St. Louis railroad will run
a special train Irom Cairo to the park,
The attendance of f'alroiies will be
Thursday afternoon at '. o'clock Aug.
I'.tt, ls77. Consignment of ijuccnsware,
i!nware, Plated goods, Sewing Ma
chine, Flour, etc.
VrTKR A Snu art. Auctioneer-.
A meeting ol the holders of policies
in the Protection Life Insurance com
pany will be held at tbeofllce a' 'Squire
ominif, In Bross building, on Friday
night. All policy ln;lder arc rf quei-ted
to t.e present.
I hereby warn all saloon keepers to
refr-iin from telling my w.fe, Alice
Smith, liquoror other intoxicating drink.
All who diaTc?ard this notice will be
pri(M-cuted to the lull extent ol Hie law.
Ut. A VI HON V FvtlTII.
Tin: directors of the Mississippi
county I Mo.) lair association have invited
Cairo baseball players to play on exhibi
tion gnu' with the Charleston boys on
tue lair grounds during the fair. It is
not improbable that the C:tiro boys will
comply with the request.
Canine & Whitlock are recognized as
sunding ac the head of tbe dental pro
legion ol Southern Illinois. Their
rooms are over Black's store, on Com
mercial avenue, li'.ve them a call when
you have anything in their line you want
The director of tlie Mississippi coun
ty (Mo.) fair association have changed the
time of holding this fair Irom September
2."th to 2Vth to September 18th, lUtb, 20th
and list. The change was made tor the
reason th:it several other nlrs will take
place In tbi3 section ot country on the
dates first set by th.i Charleston people,
Mr. B. McN'ifr, an old and experi
enced barber, has taken charge id the
shop on Klghth street, formerly occupied
by Mr. Lampert. Mr. McNiff is a white
man and an excellent barber, and will
endeavor to give his customers as good
work as can be had at any other shop in
Cairo. HeEoliclt8 n share of the patron
aee of our citizens. :i-J-2nr
-Who will be the candidate for county
commissioner I an Important, question
to the people of this county. Ot course
the coming man must be a resident of
Cairo, the country now haying two
members of the board. We hear the
names of several gentlemen mentioned
In connection Willi the office, and believe
that either of them would (ill the posi
TbcFudticnh -V". say: "Frank
Barrcy, the negro arrested by Marshall
Geary, Saturday, on a dispatch from
Cairo, was turned loose yesterday, the
Cairo authorities ordering his release
because the missiug swag, about $75 in
c:ish, was not found on his iwrson. Kvi-
dently Cairo docs not want to punish
her thieves more than take away Irom
t icm whatever money or goods they
may have stolen."
A German woman named Soinmers,
whoso husband is employed bv Messrs,
Smith & Brlnkmeyerln their tailor shop,
was tried before Judge. Bross In probate
court yesterday on a charge ot Insanity
It seems that Mrs. Snrumers is a Cut ho
llo ami her Insanity Is attributed to Iter
religious tcryor. She seems to fear that
her children will not get to heaven , and
husband and daughter tear that hc may,
If not taken euro of. commit some- dread
At a late, hour last evening we receiv
ed the following onto from Captain
James JoIiiiboii, of the Illinois Central
railroad, In regard to II. P. Phillips, the
man who jumped from Conductor Page'i
train near Villa Kldge lust Sunday mom
"II. P. PhilllDS. tho man who lumned
oft the train near Villa Kldge on the
mgui oi t ne min, nns turned tin in ew
Orleans. He Is snpposed to bo insane.
.New Orleans is his Home, .Jcftcrsou Cit
La., it now a part ot Inew Orleans. I
Is among his friends."
Old Dan Klce telegraphs ui from
Canton, Ma: "Insert In tho Bclutin
' - . - - --
iiotn-e that Hau Kkc'J gict show will
exhibit hi Cairo on Monday, September
3J, enlarged and Improved, wkh new
attractions and new properties." From
this we are led to believe the old, lrrc
prcssubltt Oau i again on his icet, nnd
prospering, which information Ims not
only pleased us, but will prove a source
ot pleasure to his many f riends in 'Jalro.
If there Is a showman ott top ot tho
earth who deserves prosperity, that man
is old Dan Ulcc.
The Sun wants to know why in giv
Ing an account of the raid on Scott's place
on Monday we did not give the names of
all the parties arrested. There were
some men In the room at the time ; we
heard tho names of all the parties, but
some of them were strangers to us,
and their names slipped our memory.
In the same Item the S'w says ; "Now
wo should be glad to have I he Bru.KTiN
watch this case, and see whether any ol
the seven men are punished."
Tlie Nt should nut depend
on the r.i i.i.r.TiN for all ot Its Items. The
Sun should watch the case for itself, and
learn w hether any of the seven men are
County Treasurer John P. Ilely is a
candidate for county clerk at the coming
November election. His announcement
will be found In its proper place In this
morning's Bci.i.ktin. Mr. Ilely is well
known to the people of this county, hav
ing served them several terms as county
surveyor and later as county treasurer.
In both oflices he has made a competent
and thoroughly trustworthy olllcer, and
should tho people see lit to elect
him to the office or county clerk
we have every reason to be believe be
would discharge the duties of the office
in a competent and acceptiblo manner.
Ol all tlie candidates It would be diffi
cult to find a man better qualified or who
understands the duties of the clerk's
office better than Mr. Ilely. He is a strong
man, and will bring to his support many
influential citizens in all parts of the
The colored folks' picnic at Hodges'
park on Tuesday a very well attended.
This place Is becoming very popular as
a picnic ground, and is last becoming
quitn a village. Located there arc two
of the best 'uw mills in this section ot
country, one the property of Moopaw
A Athcrton, the other of Laidtrs .1
t'oyie. Both are doing a nourishing
business, but at present are experiencing
some inconvenience and loss, owing to
their Inability to ship lumber over the
narrow gauge to the north us the caved
in tunnel has not yet been repaired.
Hodges Park has several grocery stores,
a clothing ami dry goods house and
several saloons. There Is one hotel, the
Park House'' nroprietored by Mr. Ire
land, un. old Alexander county man,
known to all ol the old settlers in this
section of country. Here at all times the
traveler can satisfy the Inner man with
the best of lood and drink, prepared in
that fre-h, good old-fashioned way
which never fails to make one feel
hungry. As to this, we know whereof
e speak. Tbe people ot this little vil
lage feel conlidcut that it will ere long
be quite a business town, and are happy
and contented. On the 28th instant, the
narrow gauge railroad company holds a
land sale at the park, which is looked
forward to by those who have taken up
their homes there with much interest, as
they feel that by this sale will be mani
fested the opinion as regards tlie location
and prospects of the Park lor the future.
One hundred town lots will be sold, and
it Is expected that an immense crowd ol
people, from all sections ol Southern
Illinois will be present.
Charleston and Henry V eager, two
of the colored men arrested at Scott's
saloon by the police on Monday night,
were up before Judge Bird lor a hearing
yesterday alternoon. State's Attorney
Mulkcy having signified his intention ot
making a state case out of it, Charleston
and Yeagcr employed 1). T. I.inegar to
appear In their behalf. All tbe officers
who took part In the raid, and a couple
ot other men testified in
tlie case of Veager, who
was tried first, but as none if them
could swear to having seen any money
or having any knowledge that there was
money at stake on the game ol cards at
which they were cought playing, the
court gave It as his opinion that it would
be un just to hold the defendant and he
was discharge. Charleston's case was
then called, when Mr. ilulkey arose and
stated that he was not prepared to pro
need owing to the absence ot two
of his witnesses, who were nut of town,
and asked that the case be continued. To
this Mr. Linegar oblected. giving as his
reasons the argument that It would be a
base injustice to hold Charleston over,
necessitating his giving bull or going to
jail, unless Mr. Mulkey could make
affidavit that he believed he could convict
Charleston by the evidence of tho absent
witnesses. Mr, Mulkey refused to make
any such affidavit, saying that It was
very uncertain what the witnesses would
swear to. They might say this thing
to-day, and something else to-morrow.
Alter considerable debate on the subject
Mr. Linegar wanted to know what the
court proposed to do, when Mr. Mulkey
arose, and after a private talk with Chief
ol Police A rter, requested that the case
be dismissed, and Charleston was rc
.MUM' Of IMMHOIIIIion.
Notice Is hereby iflveii to our Iricnds
and )atroQ8,and to tho public in general,
that the firm ot K. & W Under, Is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Ed
ward A. Hudcr will continue the business
ut tho old stand, conn v ot Washington
uvciiuu and Eighth street, In his own
name, lie hnvinjr assumed all tho liablli
itles ami being entitled ulono to collect
nil outsluiidlnt'S ot the old firm. Hoping
that the same liberal patronage extended
to the Jewelry establishment rnny be
continued In the future,
f.DWAKD A. Hi DKIt,
Ciiho, Ills., July Hat, 1877. 7-:il2w
The Laura L. Davis left Cincinnati
or. Tuesday for Cairo w ith a reshaping
Tlie Cotton Valley, just off tho ways,
has entered the Cincinnati and Memphis
trade in place ol the John v. Gall'. She
left Cincinnati yesterday.
Captain II. R. Urown's ateamcr Golden
Crown was launched Irom the marine
ways on 1 ucsday.
Captain 0. P. Slilukle names his new
boat which is to take the pla:e of the
Golden Ilulo the "Chronometer.''
Cuptaiu Charlie- Arthur has sold his
l.ii. No. 0 toj Stewart Gunnison to be
used as a Warrior river packet.
Seven feet of water reported to St.
Louis, f to Memphis, and .'IJ to F.vatu-villi-.
Day before yesterday the Grand Lake
No. 2, coming out from St Louis, ran
one of her barges No. 35 over an obstruc
tion atThompson's which damaged the
bottom so badly that the cargo has to be
put In another barge here. The trans
fer will detain the Atlantic until
this evening. The cargo consisting of
railroad Iron, flour and hay is only slight
ly damaged, as the syphons were able to
keep th water down.
The C. Anderson brouulit 1,1V JO sacks
of com yesterday morning.
The F. P. Schenck reships her freight
by the Cairo & Vincennes railroad, ond
will turn back from here to New Orleans
She brought 200 tons for the Ohio. Tvn
m'les below this city a deck-hand namod
Wm. Fennell fell overboard, and was
saved by life-floats that were thrown him.
He had a lonf swim to reach the floats,
but was au excellent swimmer and suc
ceeding In doing so.
Tho following is from tho Missouri
Uepullican of yesterday :
Memphis, Tenn., Aug, 21. An ex
plosion occurred on boar a the Memphis
and Vicksburg steamer Phil Allen,
Cupt. Mark It. Cheek, at 5 o'clock this
afternoon, just as tbe boat was backing
out ror Mcksburg. A rivet fastening
the safety valve to tho boiler broke and
the valve gave way, tearing up the cabin
floor ten feet kquare and creating a
frightful panic among the possengers,
several ot whom were more or
less injured. Miss La'Paugh, cor
respondent of the New Vork 2'iiM was
most seriously inlured. She was sitting
at u table writing, immediately ov.t tho
safety valve and when the explosion oc
curred she rushed frantically to the boil
er deck, leaped over tbe railings and
cleared the space between the boat and
shore, landing on the paved whart break
ing, it Is said, both ol her legs, and re
ceiving other injuries considered very
seilous. As soon as she landed on shore
she fell back into the river but was re
scued by a gentleman standing by. A n
other lady with a child In her arms was
in tbe act of leaping Irom the ladies'
cabin Into the river but was prevented
by the iteward of the boat. Two
colored women also leaped to ths shore,
one from the hurricane roof and theother
from the boiler deck, both landing safely
and without injury. A cabin boy receiv
ed severe cuts about tho face and hands
by liroken glass. Mrs. Williams of Car
son's (a landing a lew miles below Mem
phis), aged 65 years, jumped from tbe
ladies' cabin into tlie river and swam
about sixty to seventy feet to the shore.
Lou Balto, the engineer, was on duty at
the time, but all agree that the accident
was not chargeable lo him. Actual
damage will not aggregate two hundred
and fifty dollars, and repairs were made
and the Allen left for Vicksburg about
four or live hours afterwards.
Ed. Braxtou has returned to his old
stand In the T.eiser building, where he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons and the public wba
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
lie has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will lutve their wants
attended to in stylo and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
Husc, Loomis & Co., dealers in north
em 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 citys
riiose desiring the cold stul! will leave
their orders at tlie new office, whew they
will receive prompt attention.
Jimes KaVanacoh, Manager.
Caiho, Ills., May 17, 1877. 6-17-lm
Consumption, that scourife of humanity. I
the (treat ilread ol the humau family, In all civil
leit countries. , ,
1 1'eei conlldent that I am In poeaalon or tae
only aure, Infallible remedy now known to
he profenalon lor tho apeedy. poaltlve cure ol
liai dread disease, and ila unwelcome concom
itant", vin Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ner
vous Debilitv, el'., etc. 1 mil old foiry. I be
lieve In medicine. Twenty-eight years expe
rience a a busy practitioner In tbe lt con
sumption hospital in the old ana new world,
has tuiiKlit me the value of proper medica tin
buth local and constitutional in the cum of this
P vat enemy ol' our race 1 have found It. but
am dlKreisslnir. 1 started em to aay to thoae
atinerlng with consumption or any of tin above
muludle, that bv address. ng me giving aymps
tomt, Uiey ahull be put in possession jothls
great boon, without charge, and aball have the
benefit of my experience in thousands of case
suceetBtullv treated. Full particulars, dlrea
lions for nrcpamtion and use, and advice and
instruction for successful treatment at your
own home, will lie reclveu ny you uy return
mail, tree ot cliarg-e, by addressing
!l. .I0IIN h. lll'KNETT.
Willy 107 Jeflerson street I.ouisvlll
The Steam Kerry boat
Will bo run rrirularly, leaving Green.
field's lantllmt at 7. t and 11 o'clock a.m.;
1 lio, 3:flii and 5:J0 o'clock p.m. during each
tin Sunday she will leave the laudlDK ut
and 10oclock a.m. and at li in., aad at
ASK YOUlt TINNER
Mr hardware dealei for the
hi .kadir. Enameled hmiit frith
Made only by the Standard M anufaotartnsr
Oo, Plttaburif Pa. livery kettle snada ol
cast Irou, warranted ami giieranieadaottooon
UI any lead or arsauic or aj ether polsonou
matter wngatrei -s-iui
Nebraska. City No. 2
FIRST GRAND BALL.
To bo given by tlie
IRISH NATIONAL CLUB.
AT KLUGE'3 HALL,
Wi:i).vKi)iv Evr.Ni.vo, Aid. 2!t, 1877.
Admission $1 00,
One ot the best string bands of South
ern Illinois has been engaged to lurnish
the music. Come one and all and enjoy
D. J. Foley,
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tha car-load
:,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
MTTo large consumers and a
manufacturers, we are prepare
to supply any quantity, by th
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CUT COAL COXFAIT.
Oftlce on wharf boat, foot or Sixth st.
Office of Halliday Brothers, opposite fit.
Egyptian mill Twentieth st
Coal dump, oot of Thirty-eighth St., or
Port otlice drawer 300.
St Louis, Mo.
IHOB. A. RICE, A. V. 1. 1. B..1
IAS. SICE, A. M.
J. H. HTJEWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, S81 00
Most complete, inorougn ana rrocuca
course of ftiudy in the United State a
course indispensibl to every young man em
barking oa me suot Hie.
THOS. A. RICEA. M..L. B.
3 AFFORD MORRIS
AND C ANDES
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City latiOBal laak Building, np-stalrs
Tha Oldeat Eatabllahad Agenoy la 8ontt3
am ililnola, repreeenunar otxv
185 000 000
St. 0 harles Hotel,
mill REDUCED 10 SUIT TEE TIMS
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 3d Floor S3. 00 Par Da
Spaolal Rataa far Waek or Moatk
A limited number of very desirable lam
room can be secured at reasonable rate lor the
The St. Charles Is the largest and best aopoln
d House In Southern Illinois, and 1 the lead
hotel in Cairo. Notwithstanding me o
ltock" reduction In prices, the table will,
usual, be liberally supplied with the very
ore very tntog mat can iw iouna in outran.
Fine large sample rooms for commercial t
elere, on ground door, freeof charge.
haggaire ot guests oonveyau to ana ireat
thehotel without charge
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
(Twentieth Street Opposite Court House.)
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
This In the oldest bakery In the citv. nd Its
proprietor lose no opportunity to acconimo
data the uublK .... . .
lie deli vers fresh bread twieea day. whan he
receives an order cither personal or through lb
Me bakes Boston Drown bread, and all kind
of Cake suitable for wedding feasts, pat tie
Uivehlina trial. Ill Motto Is: Th best
of good at tlie uit reasonable price . "
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Satwaaa WaahlBartoa aadlCoaainarola
At adjolnlag Hasny's.
ASSIGNEE'S BALK. ,
VolKe h herali liven ttut bv villus of iuohUt af
Ike diatriu court of tt L'aiMd Sum lor the
Southern district of Illinois, in lh nutter ol
C'aiborn W latum, bankrupt, I will on lb
11th DAT OF SEPTEMBER, 1877,
at the front door of th court house la Cairo, Alx
andar county, Illinois, commencing at 10 o'clock a.
m. , aell at public aiiciioa th (ollowin. detcribsd
leal estate, ol UK tain (.ttiDorne w nuion, to-wu :
Undivided ) J -i ' clion 1 tomuhip lAranfe
Uudivlded'4ae'i tw,'4 tectiou 27 townthip 1'.
range 2 weit
Undivided j4 nw section 3j township it raafe e
X section 34 tnwtnhip 14 range t wt
Sw ) tw.'t section 'Jo townthip 15 rang S west
Sw'i se' sectioa SI township IS rang Sweat
Nc'4 section 12 townthip 10 rang Sweat
Nw! ie' lection SI townthip II range Sweat
I-,':, nw section J4 township 14 range 3 west
SV t section 4 township 13 rang Swat
Sw tttiion townthip 15 rang 3 west
F.1.'. aw'i tectioa US tswothin 15 lanee Swaat
K1', nw', section 'W township IS rang 1 wot
nvis section x townsnip i range 1 west
X V? section 13 townthip Id range S wvtt
W nw 'i aection 7 township lit rang 1 west
Nw'4 section 'M township Id rang I west
Nw xj ati tectioa SO townthip IS rang 1 wrt
Nd'-f ne'4 section Vi townthip IS range 1 mm
Se' ne'i teciion i townthip l&rtngel watt
ill in Alexander cuniy Illinois,
9e section 1 townthip IS rang t east
Se corner ol iw tectioa 1 towntaln i range
In the the county of Pulaski and Stat of Illinois.
I.oti W,S 16, and SO, In block , and lot 28,
in block el, and lata 3 and 31, in block 33, all in tbe
first addition toihe Citv nf Clio. county of Alex
ander, and State of Illinois.
Lots 23. 24.25, and 26 in II Hold Addition to
the C ity of Cairo atbresaid.
Th urate of the aal are 0-(btmh cash and
th balance la three equal payments atila.twclv
ano eighteen months, with seven pet cent inter I,
secureu by dec oi trust on premises toils.
Bids for any of md real estate will b received
up to day of sal by M. J . Howley or Samuel P.
Wheder at Cairo, J.TAYLOR SA1UH.
Aug. 2Uth 17. Ass.goee,
TO AH BOATS.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co,,
Paduoah, Shawneetown. Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wise steamer
iXTE B. PlrTMINOTON.
Will leave Cairo every WKDNKSDAT at
o'clock d. m.
The fleet steamer
Baa IIowaod ... ..Master
Ed. Taoau Clerk
Leaves Cairo every SATURDAY.
Kaoh boat makes close connection at Cairo
with fl rat-clan steamer for bl. Louis, Mem
phis aad Xew Orleans, and at EvansviUe with
lb K. AC. B. K. for all points Nortk and Kant,
and with the Louisville Mall Steamers to kali
points oa the Upper Ohio, firing through re
ceipt en freight and puomut to all point
For urtker Information apply to
JAMES Biuas, Passenger Agent.
J. U. I'HIUJPB, j
Or (0 tf J GRAMMER,
duperfntendent and General Freight Agent,
lo-3-'u-lv. kvantville Indiana.
PAINT AMD OILS.
B. F. Blake
IJealer a hi
Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
iVtill Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shade, tta.
Always oo hud, th eelebrated ilium Inatla
Oornar SiTnth B treat aad WaaJal&ar
ton Avail tia.
Public notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a decree of the county court of th county,
of Alexander In the state of Uinois.
rendered at the June terra of said
court, 1877, upon the application of tlie
undersigned, to sell th real property of the
estat of Louis Naosanno, deceased to pay tlie
debt of the same, I, Harmon H. black, admin
istrator de bonis noa of th estate of Louis .S'as
aanno, 1st of said county dice Bed, will sell at
fublio vendue, oath Sth dav of September A. 1
b77 at the f ont door of tbe court house in the
city ol Cairo t two o'clock p. m ot aald dv
lo the bigheat and best bidder to pay th debts
of said Louts Nsananno, deceased, the following
described real estate, to-wit: Lot em hi () In,
bl-jck seventeen (17), in the 0 st addition to th
city ol Cairo, sltiiat in said county and tta 1st
having i hereon a nne two story brick building
adapt, d for bualnaa and reaideice. Tta ssud
.property will be sold absolutely nd ireefrom
any Incumbrance, including th the widow,
dower, which will be rssleaued to th purchaser
without further coo.ideralloa. Tarm ofl:
Uo tbouaand dollar and one-half surplas to
b oath la bund, and tha balance In six month
from tim of tale. Th deterred oat men! unit
b vlnenccl by th I purchaser's not drawing!
six per ont Interest with persons! security,
and tale mortgage upon the premise (old.
uateu August i to isu.
1Umo H. Black.
Admlnlstratorde bonis non of th eatata
O'CAILAHAN ft HALL,
Slat Boolling a Specialty in
(any part of Bouthsm lllinola.
Ldgbtnlnf Rod, Ptunpt, Stort
JaklslaB rrtaamaHly Dana.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Uuf ihe.St Wk.
RATES: $2.00 PER DAY