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-.tJItO BUSINESS HOUSES.
' ie, in this euluinn tinder appropriate heading
,i itbvnw ol II. Mi per niottlBer SUatvycar
. . li.j ayauie tiumuiriy in auvauce.
, llMdwisre, motet tna Tin
. t . A. HAU.BVfterl..liyi,Tlno.llUrd.
VjfJ I"". Uu'tan 1 reriuwn' Iiiiilenwnu, Wire
.jut!, lUfrlkvmtum. I'limpa and Uddrrs.
k' 'C ifiConmwUl Avenue, (lutli-riiii, and Job
.-y U .tVurk dona on short notice.
a ' ' V " LuuiuarT
" .1, S.MndAnKY-lhtlerln hard ami soft liim-
wi, flooring, wiling, silting and eiirl'il
" ImiitM-r, lath and sbiiij! unlaw and yitrd
(a,rur TWi-ntieth ilrwit eri'l WashiiiKtun avenue
' ' ! LANCASTER at lUCK-rVslr-rs In saih.
" Iowa, Hindi, eta., hard and oil liuiilr and
' 'hlnglfe. Yard aud olh't. Coiiiinvn:iul imnne,
'"oruer 17th street.
I. IIAHT.MAS llr In fjwanawuiv, Toys,
Idtips aud all kind ot lawy rln i's. t umnn-r-
al avenue, cornel Ui strt-et,
f'n WILLIAM WINTEB-Slxtb strat l-twaiu
, omnwrclalaTOiiu and Waeliluiiton avenue.
lottiing stud Merchant Tf(lorln.
JOHN AN'I KIM -Men-hanf Tailor and 'li-elf-r
It Kmly Mart Clothing. 7H obiu Jvi.
Krai i:tita Afiii'lfn
" il. J. HOWLET-Htal Estate AKent. Huys
and tells ml MUM, oollecu reins, waya tar.-
lor non-rawtdente.eu:. Coianieruiul uviuii, M-
,.HifB.Mtu aiid lfnlbiU'!"
' rntmluiliia Marrtaianta.
', 1 1 1 X RLE A TH ISTLEWOO D-
loWoi f'actorn and pr
' antlara of tha rllll, ToWaeco Warhomr,
Iti at -a7 OtaTiiniii'ial Awnui
. ! uiKPtR VOST-
. ,1; Gtmial r'orwai Jiofr and ConiiiioiD
' ar chant, lor in rule or harm, (itrricn, or
'rliard and Dairy I'rmluot. CO Ohio tr.
rTx wiri KLorK A ro.-
L litirl Xorwardlng nnd ( ominloioa
inrrrhaDtl, and Mm In all kmda or r mtt and
I'rodun. - Ohio !. (.omigmuruta solic
itrd, BiaoeilafhrBiihed on application.
CX.. Kaatkcl'a Ktr Wta or ires
Ma never been luaowa to fail in tut cure ol
weakneni, attended w!Ui lymptoma ; lnills
Doiltlon to exertion, lom or memory, dlltl-
' 'Sulty of breathing, general wealcneia, horror
- ' . i jf m.v nurvntiiitrvnihlinir. ilraaita
." ' JiUliorrorof death, nlrbt eweata, coM feel
' 4 f aftHneaa, dimueu of vision, languor, uu:
. i rMiaat hualtuile ot the oiuacular lyatiitx,
.aaiannaua a not lite With dvai.eptlc ais.
'"Ttm, hot band, fluafainir ol the Uody, dry.
Spit 01 tlie aalDf paiuu ctiiukumi aii'j
!, Sruptlone on the face, puriiyitm the blood,
Cjain in the Wk, heaylneKa of the eyelldn,
-.7iaunt black ipou CvIdk before the tyi i
. vwtua temporary auffunion and lo of alt'ht,
-'irnt of attention, etc. Theae tyuipLorui
tit trite from t weaknew, ana to remedy
iTtUL U E. F. Kunkel't Hitter Wine of
- , a)wjuig health who have ued It. Uet
-r the genuine. Hold only in il botUta. Take
' onryE.F. KunkePt.
Alc for Kunkel't Bitter Wine of Iron.
2', truly valuable tonic hu bnn ther-
migbly teated by all diuhea o! the cunnnii
i . -titty that it li new deemed ludiiptinaaLle
. a tonic inedlritie. It cofta but little,
'Jidrtflea the blood and Kivea tone to the
T ' ittmtrh. renovatct the yntem and pro.
! kty life.
. t only ail atrial of tbl valuillf tontc.
Price 91 per bottle. K. K hunkel, ole
1 proprietor, No. li. North Ninth aireet. be
k)r Vina, Philadelphia, 1'a. A.k lor luin--,
kel'a Uitur Wuie of Iron, and take no
,nht. A photograph of the proprietor on
' . earh wrapper; all other arc counterfeit.
- ' . tie ware of counterfeit. Do not lei your
' dnifrrtial atli yon any but Kuukel'i, whlcu
: il put up oniy ta above represented. Yon
' , can pat lx totUe for rive dollar-. All 1
,, k in one tlmple trial.
i'Al'B WOBM BEMOVED AL1V E.
1 ' Head andall complete in two bourn. o
' , fee till net paaei. Heat, IMn and "toruaili
. oniie rem iled by Dr. Kunkel, V9 ortb
a 'iiiitU ttxeet. Advice free. None until
tl and til paawt In one, and alive. Dr.
-Ni ankel it the only auccelul pbyaldau lit
tlrk -ourHry ter the removal ol roruic, and
.Lin Worm hynip la pleaant and aule for
" .hflilten or (frown t''ron'. Bend for ur-
uihr, or ak for a bottle of hunk-r
H'orru Syrup. I'rlce one dollar per botll
Let it ol vour ifrtiriftat It never lai!n.
rrhafc-r Beat and ronifort loi
' Tlrrd Wonini.
.' trln. Uenrv Ward Ucher, hoe home.
' htyM knowledge and perfect honesty no
one preiume to doubt, recommends. Iioiik
! keeperttouinWaiUine, theneMTub"tltmo
. loraap. She aaya fche U pleaded with it.
k itU t ureal aver ot lime anil labor, and
' "jn no more injure lotlnng this common
''warm water. Mr. Bee. her la right.
Wti-hlne haa many irreat advsnttuet over
. , aoap. It waahet In one-third of the time.
It almoxt entirely iloeaaivay with rubhitiK.
IVaabetai well In hard water tuiolt. It U
LbtonJy trtlcie known that will preven
woolein trom ihrinkinr. Other artmlea as
M komewhat In w&alitiif, but they injure
therlotbfa.' Waabine polUveiy will Dot
Tbee are gome.ol the qualities which
hive made Wahijc to popular ani'Mi" the
'intolilKent hJusekeeivern ot Ameriea. All
' " 'whh are not iniDX Wasblne will not regret
',' ".'Jj illhey Uke apecial ptin to procure tod
v.uve it a trial. Price, j and 10 cents. Sold
-by ill vrooera.
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r.IIXINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
;. I-;'."' Shortestnd
. Louis & Chicago
, . -ff)ie only Head Eunning Two
Daily Trams from Cairo,
'-'.'V . Taln
. " Vio' p.m. Fat Rxprei, arriving In St,
. . Uula i:W p. m.; Chicago, 7;TO, a.m.
- i:20 P.hj, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
. v viLLB FAST LINE
. . !Arr.vingl n Olnclnnttl 8:30, i.m.j I.ouif
i vllle, :a, t.m.t. IndlanapolU, 4.16 t.m.)
itiengert by title train arrive at above
; points . ';
OF ANY OTHER E00TK.
V'3b;p. in. Fast Mail with iieepert attach
' ed, for 8T. LOUIS and CL"CA0,
t arriving In St. Loula tt ti;.'!0 t.m, Chi
, oaco at 4.30 p.m. Connecting tt Odin
or Kltlnghern lor Cincinnati, Louisville
- and lndiantpolls.
. '';':;jpAST TIME EAST
'fcaaeogen by ' thlt ' line go through to
. . tli Ktal without toy deity caused by
$mD AFTERNOON TRAIN
t.J KWOM CAIRO ARK1VE3 INNKW
.. ,.,ORK MOaNDAY3 M0BNINU
S : HOURS ' - IN ADVANCE
' ' !.'. OF ANY OTIIEB HOUTK.
AdverUtlmenU of -eompetinf lines that
' ttoy mtke better time th thlt one, are
'vj'O seueu either through i lgnortnce or t
, )W TnAINS AtMVt At OAltO
tipkat """ il.a S
. . JA8. JOBNSON,
Qen'l Bouihern Agt
iH,J0N. Ticket Aft.
'I In- knliM. of the alxiTx ordrr nirrt
at their hall Ilia Urt and tliiid alondar
B e 0 Ulontlli Couillieniinl aventtai. '2d alnor
auiaiu ui alii iirrri, ais p.m.
.Imin l. Homu'i U. H. M.
AHOALON LODGK, NO. 61.
Knighta of Pythias, meet every fri.
liny night at haUi-MU)t seven, in Odd
Krllowa' Unll. lluws,
ALKXANDKli LODGE, NO. 224.
luut-uvnueni unutr oi uuu-ru-
wh, inert every lDuraoay ugni
2oinnwroutl uveinit-, Iwtwnajn Sixth and Btvuitb
nmi-iuuar. ajvtn. in lueir naji am
VrtiU Will K. IUwsinu, N. u
MAIIKI ENCAMPMENT, 1. O. O. F.. niwta
Vlii O.ld-rtllowa' Uall on II flnt and third
I mwlay in every month, at balf-paat aevan
A. Comiwoh, C P
XJ aonlr Hull,
' xanJ KlKhib
CAIRO I.OIK.K. NO.'irr.A.F. A A. M.
ular Ciiiiiiimnlrauona in
MrniT CuninK-rvial avrnua
lvhib ttrtft. on the aeuund and
'oiirth Monday ofu-b month.
BATKN OF AIIVKH I IHINU.
tJ-All billi for advertiainf , are due and ray-
able IK AUVANCt
Trenaieat advertiaing will be inaeruol at tha
rut ef II MO per square for the Dm insertion
aiid V cents for each luhaequent on A libaral
discount will be ma le on Handing tad diapl
for Inserting1 funeral notice II Notice ol
meeting of societies or secret orders 6o cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper no ticca
will only be inserted as advert ieemmte
N advertiaement will tie received at leas than
f cents, and no aivertlaemrnt will be inserted
for lean than three dollars per month
LOCAL BI SI.f:tlJ NOTICE)
Of one square (H lines apace) or more, in
serted lu the Bulletin as follow? : (I.e.
than one square counted as a square.)
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Two Insertions per square- 75
Three insertions per square 1 00
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Two weeks per square - 2 M
One month per square.- - 3 M
Special rates made on larjre advertise
ments or for longer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Ovwng lo the present hard Hums anil
ctrcitj of money, i win, ncr tun uate
Nell Bread mt 30c. per dozen, or
I.oatr for A Cvuta.
Also Cukes. Ties, etc., at proportionately
These (foods are of the very best in the
citv, and v. ill recommenu tin'mseives an
X ft',rders from abroad will receive
rKAK KllAJrk l,
l'rop'r Union Bakery.
( onirnerclal Ave., bet. 4th andbth ht".
( tiro, AugUet 0. 187! '
View of Marriage !
AOilldtto Wadioc-K and
otiOUjinal Irrttiaa on ll.t
Jut (H niamtyr and tUa
authit unSt lor H ; llw ti
rrt-u of Bproduotf on acd
-.hi DiacajK-a or Women.
A book lor pr:v,t. ront.J--"ttertad.ct
JtUJ imgn, lyrka
a n d
, A PHIVATE MEOICAL ADVISER! .
On a! divjr.Urtot a Privata Hature an,.i.i tram Slf
Abuaa. ExffeaiM. or Becrct Diaeaaea. atla Ui
A CLINICAL LECTUHE on IS- t'w d:wM and
Ih.. o4t.'i Throat artd Lunaa, Cataxrh.Huptur. u.
lpium naoil,r.. pr- rv Ll..
I.ithrr SM,k hoc ptpaidon rrcalpt of B-ii: or a'.l dir-,
roitt.if!u: '.phfi,. tjr.ut.ru'. t i.iuitriiiil. tor Ta Ht.
AaurrM DK. BUTT J, .w. U .N aw ai. Si. Lou .a, Mo.
KIMDAY, August 24, 1S77.
farm tor Suit,
A line larm ol eighty acres, situated
Hiree-quarters of a mile west ot Ilodrres
I'ark. Fifty arces are cleared and well
fenced, the balance is in good timber
land. 1'or particulars apply to W. E.
Brown, on the larui. Letters should be
addressed to the Hodges Park postoflioe.
VA. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Ueiser building, where lie is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date lus patrons and the public who
may favor him with u call. He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences, lie 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
Is asadalilictiontosuflerirom. It ai tacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
is a constant dread of impending dangers,
the Damocles sword of imaginary evil is
suspended over, a morbjd sensitiveness
of the thoughts and actions ol others,
etc. This disease generally arises from
an aflectlon of fie liver, stomach, urinary
organs.etc, and can be successfully com
batted by the old of rest and light diet,
and the use of a remedy which will re
store new force, promote secretions aud
excretions, and glvo tone to the whole
system. Such a health restoring remedy
has been found in the Home Stomach
otlee or Dissolution.
Notice Is hereby given to our lricnds
and patrons.and to the public in general,
that the firm ot E. & XV Under, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Ed
ward A. Buder will continue the business
at the old stand, corner ot Washington
avenue and Eighth street, in his own
name, he having assumed all the liabill
Itlcs and being entitled alone to collect
all outstandings ot the old firm. Hoping
that the same liberal patronage extended
to the Jewelry establishment mny be
r-onmiucu m uio iiuure.
CAino, Ills-July 31st, 1877. 7-M2w
Huso, Loomis & Co., dealers In north
cru hike Ice, have removed their oftlce
Irom tho corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the Ice houses one door be-J
low the 8t. Charles hotel, and aro now
delivering Ico In all parts of the cltys
Those desiring the cold stufl will leave
their ordert at the new office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
Jahki Kavanauoit, Manager.
Cairo, Illb., May 17, 1177, 6-17-lm
Ueueral Items, . .
The rala ol Wcdnccday wai general
throughout the en tiro state.
John Q. Harmon Is golling better,
He U now able to sit up In a chair.
.Mrs. C. XV. Henderson lias gone to
Gibson Cllv, this state, on a visit to her
.John Dillon's famous comedy com
edy company will appear at the athcneuui
In this city during tho month of October.
By every consideration ol profit aud
propriety, tho blood should he kept
absolutely pure by using lr. Bull's
Lost On last Saturday, u pair ol
gold spectacles. The finder will please
leave the same ut this otllce. nnd receive
a suitable reward.
.lake Bradley's big picnic and bar-
bacuc at Elm (J rove to-morrow w ill be a
grand success. Jake is makim; muni-
Thehealthy growth of the baby is
dependent upon its lreedotn Irom the
pernicious eftects of opium. Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup is the best remedy known
lor the diseases of enrlv childhood.
Price 23 cents.
Mr. J. M. Hfcley, civil engineer for
the Illinois Central railroad company, In
company with his daughter, Miss 0. M.
Heley; and Miss Kate J. Bacon, arrived
in the city from Champaigne yesterdav.
They are regi.-tered at the M. Charles.
I hereby warn all saloon keepers to
refrain from selling my wife, Alice
Smith, liquor or other Intoxicating drink.
All who disregard this notice will be
prosecuted to the lull extent ot tho law.
3t- Anthony Smith.
Miss Alice and Master Sam. Halllday
left yesterday on the 2:30 p. m. train on
the Illinois Central railroad for an ex
tended visit north, intending to stop a
month or so at Sheboygan. We wish
them a sate and pleasant journey.
Canine it Whitlock are recoenlzed as
standing at the head of the dental pro
tessiou ol 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
done. Aug 13 2w
Squire Corning', it is said will make
a canvassing tour through the county
within a few days, in order to obtain
some idea ot his chances lor the county
judgeship, before ho announces himself
as a candidate. The squire is a wise
man, and b?.s an eve to business. He
always takes a look before he leap3.
Mr. B. Mc.Viff, an old and experi
enced barber, has taken charge ol the
hop on Eighth street, (ormerlv occupied
by .Mr. I.ampert. .Mr. McNifl Is a white
man and an excellent barber, and will
endeavor to give his customers as good
work as can bo had at any other shop In
Cairo. He solicits a share ol the patron
age of our citizens. 3-3-2tv
On Wednesday night, the shoe shop
of Mr. Block on Eighth street, between
Washington and Commercial avenues,
was entered by thieve", and three paiis
ot boots and other goods stolen. They
got Into the establishment by the use ot
a skeleton key, and after getting what
they wanted, left the door standing wide
The Irish National society's ball at
Kluge'i hall will come off on Tuesday
night, September 4th. This society
is composed of a number of young Irish
gentlemen of this city, who have en
gaged the services of a first class string
band to turnish music lor their first
demonstration; and they ask all wbo hold
Invitations to attend, assuring wrybody
a pleasant time.
From Mr. Jerry Hall, of IWUard
county, Kentucky, who was in Cairo
yesterday, we learn of a race that is to
come oft In Cairo one week from next
Saturday . The contest will be between
Mr. Hull's roan mare tho animal that
ran against the black horse "Morgan" at
the park last Saturday, and tho grey
pony owned by Mr. John Clark, of Kill
jiore lly. The stake is one hundred
dollars, and will be run lor on the St.
Mary's park track. The distance is three
Yesterday aiternoon between four
and five o'clock Chief ot Police Arter
discovered a man named Patrlek Murphy
and Jack Shepherd playing seven tip in a
down-town saloon and upon investiga
tion, become convinced they were play
ing tor money. He arrested them and
took them before Judge Bird, where
they were given a hearing. They wero
tried under the city ordinance and fined
ten dollars and costs each. Shepherd
took an appeal to the circuit court, and
lett the court in company with an officer
to lurnisb a bond. Murphy went to jail.
Bill Elliott, who saw the game in the
saloon, and who was a witness In the
case, was twice fined lor contempt ot
court. He relused blankly to answer
our very able attorney's pointed ques
tions, aud paid lour dollars for the privi
lege. Many ol our citizens who took time
to glance at tho place of tho Mystic
Krew's proposed new hall, which was
recently on exhibition at Taber Bro.'
jewelry store, and which Is a very beauti
ful piece ot drawing, smiled audibly, and
with a wink and knowing shake ot the
head, which plainly told bow very little
they believed such a structure would ever
be built by this organization, passed on,
giylng the matter no further thought.
These people no doubt will be somewhat
surprised to learn that the Mystic Krew
Is In solid earnest about the building of
this hall. A committee appointed by
the organization to look after a suitable
location for the building, have several
lota in their mind's eyes all very
desirable for the purposo they have In
view. Tho choice of all of these pieces
ot ground, Is the lot at the corner ot
Eighth street and Washington avenue,
now occupied by Koehler's meat market
and a number of vegetable stands, This
piece of ground and the buildings, are
owned by Judg" Gilbert, ol hi. Mary's,
Mo., father ol Messrs. XV, ll, and M. 1
Gilbert, of this city. The lot and
houses aro now in the bauds ot Valen
tine Resell, who has leased them, and
who rents tho business stands to the
parties who now occupy them, it Is tho
Intention of the Mystic hrew, to pay the
lease now held by Mr. Ucsch. which Is of
flyc years duration, provided that Judgo
Gilbert will extend the time of the void
contract for ten years. If they do not
succeed In securing this lot, they intend
purchasing the lot at the corner of
Ninth street and Commercial avenue,
directly opposite Kennle's machine
shops. The Krew proposes to erect the
building through the sale ol stock
shares, and they have, we aro Informed,
already disposed of all ot the stock that
they desire to sell.
A FISHY BIOKY.
The Soul Btlrlnir Adventnrea of a Youth
In Cairo. The way we Have Got Our
Confidence games have become a thing
of the past in Cairo, but somehow Indis
creet young men who come to this city
with "money plenty," invariably go
away with very little. It gets out of
their grasp. In such a mysterious man
ner that all they knew about It U that
"itsgone." A young man not altogether
unknown here cace to town a few days
ago with a goodly "roll." He went
around with Fome of tho boys, drank
lreely through tho day, and when night
eame, was "pretty well fixed." He was
perfectly happy and didn't care whether
school kept or not, and in company with
"the gang" visited thegirls. After this he
went to his hotel and retired. He awoke
lu the morning to find hlmsell "flat
broke," aud of course at once came to the
conclusion that he had been robbed. He
sought out Chiel of Police Arter, and
told his woeful talc. The chief was
deeply affected by the troubles ot the
youth and promised to 'work up his
case" and return his money to him. The
officer Immediately set to work, and alter
a half day's hard labor got the straight
ol ho w the young man c irue .by his loss.
He had got very drunk and wanted to
"catch" somebody, ho didn't "care a
damn" who for a square Utile game ol
poker. The saloon keeper.ln whose house
tho hero of this little story was making
his headquarters, alter arguing for some
time with the young mm, finally suc
ceeded in getting hlni to turn his
money over to him tor sale keeping
until fce could "sober up," but
before an hour had elapsed
our hero accused the landlord ol robbing
him, and the latter gentleman, becoming
Indignant, returned the money to him,
at the same time Inviting Mm to leave
the house and not come back again. Our
hero went from the saloon to a down
town bawdy house, where it took him
but a short time to dispose of all his
wealth by 'setting 'em up," etc. He
was then turned loose by his friends as
he had no more money to shift for him
self. Chief of Police Arter went to the
young man and told him what he had
learned, lie again became indignant,
and finally telegraphed to his home tor a
tmall advance, "as he had
been robbed upon arriving in Cairo of
everything but his clothes.' The money
came and the young man left. This Is
but one case out.ol many that might be
mentioned, where fast young men and
indiscreet old ones come to Cairo, and
by just such pranks as the one related
above make way with their money, and
then, in order to escape censure.make up
some terrible tale of an adventure with
thieves and murderers, wherein they
are robbed of all worldly possessions,
and are allowed to barely escape with
their lives. And thus it Is that Cairo is
given her bad name.
to Reudvr the Mver Active
When that Important secretive gland
requires arousing, it is only requisite to
resort to Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, the
national remedy tor inactivity ot the bili
ous organ, for constipation, and for dys
pepsia, besides those malarious disorders
to which torpidity of the liver predisposes
a person. J ar 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 have a temporary
effect, they eventually fall to Influence the
system remedlnlly, 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 Dyapepaia T
With its attendant troubles, constipa
tion, headache, loss ol appetite, gloomi
ness, water brash, distress alter eat
ing, etc.? If so take DaCosta's radical
enre 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 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 ot
health. To all who aro Buffering from a
disordered stomach or liver, or who need
a gentle spring or summer tonic, we say
try It, and you will thank us for the ad
vice. Trial size 23 cents. Sold by Bar
Also ogents lor Parker's pleasant
worm syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasnnt to take, and requires
nopbysis. Price 23 cents. Try It.
Stale or Lett nt Mod Sea' I'ark.
A special train on the Cairo narrow
gaugo will leave Cairo at 8:15 o'clock
a.m., on Tuesday morning, 20th Inst,
to convey parties to the great sale of lots
at Hodges' Park on that day. One and
ono-rUth fare will be charged tor the
round trip. Refreshments In abundance
on the ground free of charge. Be on
hand at 8:11 a.m. as the train will start
promptly at that time.
Each week to Afn!a. floorta ntaple. M.OOt
Nor lock Denies.
To i he Ediior of the Bcusrix:
Disk 8m: Tho petition you have
published August 23d, in your paper,
signed Morlock & Scbultz Is false.
Please publish and oblige yours, KS3
Cairo, Aug, 23, 1877.
We suppose Mr, Morlock Lu reference
to the petition requesting the city coun
cil to pass what Is known u the "Sunday
ordinance." The petition published' by
us In the Bulletin of Tuesday morning
was a copy ol the petition presented to
the City Couucil, and which Is now on
tile In the city clerk's office. Mr. Mor
lock may not be aware that among the
other signatures to that petition will be
found that of "Morlock & Schulta."
Tbe Cbaoueleor Exit.
From the human system bear the same
relation to it as sewers do to a city.
They carry off the waste, the refuse
which It Is essential to remove In order
to prevent disease. One of the most sal
utary effects of Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters Is to renew activity ot the bowels
when these organs are derelict in their
duty. The bilious and dyspeptlo symp-
tons which accompany constipation are
also remedied by this sterling alterative,
Its gtntly cathartic action has the effeel
ot removing Impurities which would
otherwise poison the system and its Ion
ic influence is exhibited in an Increase in
vital power. It renews appetite, soothes
and invigorates the nerves, prevents and
remedies malarial feyer, and Is a firs (rate
remedy for despondency.
The Vint Shinklo Is yet above Evans
ville. The Alice passed up at 2:30 p.m. yes
Tbe Mary Ann and barges are aground
1 1 Slim island.
The Home and barge passed south well
The Dora Cabler and Jim Flsk brought
fair trips yesterday.
Captain Tom Lee ol Paducah was a
passenger on tho Fisk yesterday.
The Flsk, Captain Taylor, for Paducah,
and Sllyerthorne, Captain Throop, for
Evansvllle, will be en hand this evening.
The city of Helena arrived yesteraay
24 hours behind time. She spent a whole
nlht on Horsetail. She reports 6 feet
water to St. Louis.
The laborers thnt were employed to
unload barge, 33 struck yesterday, and,
the Atlanlic proceeded to New Orleans
without that cargo, not having time to
wait for it. - It will go forward on the
A Pittsburg dispatch to the Qhht.
Democrat says : "The steamer Kangaroo
will be sold at marshal's sale Sept. 4th.
The license ot P. Campbell, engineer on
the Joseph Bigley, has been revoked an
account ot drunkenness at Cairo while
the boat was undergoing repairs."
The new iron stage is in position on
tbe big wharf boat and it is a beauty.
The deck is being placed upon it and it
will be ready lor use in a few days.
Gazing upon it yesterday, Dr. C. XV,
Bradly became lost In admiration and
said that nothing would afford him
so much pleasure as to be the first man
to drive a loaded dray over it. "Seated
on top ot a big load ot flour, with the
American flag stuck in each ear ot tbe
mule, a bloody shirt, floating behind, a
feather In my hat, and preceded by a
slow band J think I would cut a figure
worthy the admiration of any body."
List of lights, new and changed, be
tween New Orleans and Cairo, as fur
nished by the steamer Alice, August 23 :
Nlw Lights At Prophet's island,
Hermitage, Ashley field, Waverly point,
above Natchez, Beeculer'a, foot of Rod
ney's island, New Tower, Bedford's
point, Delta, La., Longwood, Miss.,
Moss Lake landing, Glencoe, foot Catfish
tow-bead on main shore, Australia,
Montezuma on Arkansas side, bend
opposite Commere, point opposite wreck
of Beauregard, bar opposite avenue
below Osceola, Cottonwood point land
ing, and Lucas bend.
Lights Discontinued Brlckouts,
Muiiken's bend, Island 102, Island 75
or Monterey point, wreck ot Arthur, and
Lights Changed Waterprool moved
down 400 yards; Dr. New's moved down
300 yards; Gold Bottom field moved
down 300 yards; Hard Times moved up
to False point; light opposite Delta
moved down 300 yards; Island 67 and 63
moved down 200 yards; Dr. Peter's down
half mile below warehouse; Cheek Island
down 300 yards; Bulletin towhead down
200 yards; Plumb Point, up to Hollands,
store; Fletchers up to point foot of
timber; Johnson's up 300 yards, Buck-
ners up halt mile on bar; Mrs. Hick
man's moved up to Mrs. HIckmans
house about a mile and a half.
Caibo, Illinois, Ticrsdat Ernms, I
August 33,1877. I
A much needed rain commenced falling
here on Tuesday evening and continued
at intervals throughout Tuesday night
and tbe greater part of Wednesday. Tbe
growing crops in nearly all sections were
beginning to suffer, and It Is estimated
that this rain will beot incalculable bene
fit. Tbe weather has been cool and
pleasant for several days.
Tbe market In all Its leading branches
Is quiet, and business is only moderately
active. A temporary reaction in tne
price of wheat on the St. Louis and Chi
cago markets on Tuesday and Wednes
day, while it has not advanced prices
has caused a slightly firmer feeling in the
Hour market here, and prices are now
steady and comparatively firm at quota
tions. Values will for sometime yet
be irregular and weak until wheat
has reached bottom prices. The
order demand is fair and transactions
during the last fewdsys have been more
liberal. Receipts, are fair, and stocks on
the market are accumulating AN
though receipts ot corn ore light, there
is a srood supply on the market, tbe
great bulk of which Is held uider ship
per's limit. The demand Is light, and
confined almost entirely to choice
white for milling purposes, and to
the local trade. The shipping demand
is very small. Prices ore nnohanged and
we quote choice white In bnlk at 4243c.
There is a light demand for oats at
252Cc, The supply on the market is
light, and the receipts, which are limited,
are taken on arrival Receipts ol
choice bay are small, and the is very
little really good on tbe market.
There Is a light demand for strictly
choice at quotations. Common and
low grade hay Is In good stock and dull.
There Is a very perceptible fall
ing off in the demand for meal, and trans
actions have been very light, rrlces are
t10c off on all grades and we now
quole city at $2 40, and good country at
$2 2002 25. Tbe supply on the market
Is fair Bran Is In large stock and
steady at $10 per ton In sacks, and $7
7 50 In bulk Poultry is In good sup
ply and lair demand at quotations.
Receipts are good Receipts ot butter
are more liberal, and the stock of choice
on the market is more full, though
scarcely equal to the demand, Common
and low grade butter is In large stock and
dull Potatoes are in good supply
and lair demand at 3340o per bushel,
and fl 2S1 60 per bbl. Receipts are
liberal Eggs are scarce, and In de
mand at 9c. Receipts are light and the
supply on tbe market light Fruit of
all kinds is plenty, and slow sale at quota-
Hons below Vegetables of every de
scription are abundant and dull at any
Rates by river to New Orleans have
advanced, and to-day are 17Jo per cwt ;
22c per 100 on hay, and 35c per dry bb).
ttarOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only ior
sales from first hands m round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lota it la
necessary to charge an advance over
Prices are firmer and steady at quota
tions, Tbe demand is falr,and transactions
have been more liberal. Seceipts are
fair and stocks good. Sales noted were :
60 bbls. XXX $ 6 25
CO " Choice Family 6 25
60 Straight Kuu 6 00
60 " Patent Process 8 50
445 Various Grades 4 50(5,0 60
60 Low Grades 4 ib(aj4 60
60 " Choice Family 0 60
100 " Various Grades. 4 2C3 Ou
60 Choice Family 0 00
400 " Various Grade 5 006 76
100 Good Family ''0
Io0 " XX 60
100 Choice Family 25
Receipts are light, with considerable
held on the market under shipper's
limit. The demand is light, and prices
steady at 4243c. Sales were 1 csr white
in bulk, 43c; 2 cars white In bulk, 42c;
1 car white In sacks, 47c.
Receipts are light with a demand about
equal to the supply on the market.
Prices are steady at 2526c. Sales
noted were, 1 car good mixed, 2Cc; 1 car
mixed, 25c; 1 car in sacks, 30c.
Choice hay is in light stock, and re
ceipts are small. Tbe demand is limited.
Prices are steady at quotations. Sales
reported were 3 cars choice timothy,
$12 60; 1 car good mixed, $11 50; 1 car
choice timothy, $12.
There is only a slight demand for meal
and prices are 610c off. The supply on
the market is fair. We note sales ot 150
bbls. city, $2 40; 25 bbls. country $2 20;
50 bbls. good country, $2 202 25.
Bran is in large stock and dull at $10
in tacks, and $77 60 in bulk. Receipts
are liberal. We quote sales of 1 car in
sacks, $10;car In bulk, $7; 200 sacks,
$10; 125 sacks, $10.
Poultry is In good supply and fair de
mand at quotations. Receipts are good.
Sales reported were 1 coop young chick
ens, small, $1 25; 2 coops old bens, $2 50;
9 coops young chickens, $1 601 75; 2
coops do $1 251 50; 1 coop small young
chickens, $1 25.
Receipts are more liberal though the
supply of choice on the market Is not
equal to the demand. Common and low
erade Is In fair stock, and dull. Sales
were 3 packages medium, 16c; 2 packa
ges, choice, 18c; 10 packages Southern
Illinois, 12l5c; 15 packages Northern
Potatoes are In good supp'y and fair
demand at 86040c. per bushe s and $1 25
1 60 per bbl. Sales noted were, 25 bbls.
$1 251 60; 10 bbis. $1 25; IS bbls. $1 60;
40 bushels, 3640c.
Receipts of eggs are light, and the
supply on tbe market small; tbe demand
Is good. Sales were 7 packages, 9c; 200
dozen 8Je; 125 dozen, 9c; 3 boxes, strictly
Sales provisions were 6 bbls. sugar,
cured canvassed hams, 10c.
Sales lard were 10 kegs refined, kettle
rendered, 10c; 2 tl rces do, 9J.
Choice onions ore worth 60c per bush
el. Tbe supply on the market Is not
Sales were 500 bbls Ohio river, $1 30.
Fruit is plenty and dull. Peaches
... a SVl V. .aa
were abandons ana cneap. w
choice sold at 3540e; 60 boxes common,
I6c;10do,1620c; 20 boxes pears sow
at 25c, and 10 boxes Dtrueiis, uc.
Grapes are worth 6J8o per lb. Apples
ore abundant and dull at 2530c per
The markot Is overstocked with veg
etables, and prices are very low. Choice
tomatoes are selling at 4050o per bush
el; cabbage, $3 604 60 per 100; corn 4
6c per dozen, and all others in pro
First Br&sd Bull!
GIVEN BY THE
Irish National Club
Tuesday Eve, Sept. 4.
One ot the best string bands of South
ern Illinois has been engaged to furnish
the music. Come one and all and enjoy
D. J. Foley,
X'oiice li hereby given that by ainutof an order of
tbe diatrict court of t e United Statu (or the
tteuihern diatrict of Illioola, in the matter of
Claiborne Wioatoa, bankrupt, I vlU oa the
14th DAY OF SEPTEMBEB, 1877,
at the front door of the court home In Cairo, Alex
antler county, llllnoia, commencing; at 10 o'clock a
m., ecu at public auction in- Kiiiowinf oeacriMd
teal etute, of the Kid Claiborne V, lnetoo, to-wit:
UaUivitled t tection 27 township 15 rang
Undivided , tt iwH lection ST township 1.1
ranee S wett
Undivided ii nvr X lection 15 township U range 2
N X M. section 36 township 14 range west
8Si aw H section 25 wwnship 15 range i weat
SwK seX scctioa 31 township IS range Sweat
Se section 12 township it range 2 west
NwK section tl township li range S weat
nw section M townsb p 14 range 3 wca(
Nci se4 section t township 16 range 3 wast
iw section 26 township 15 range! west
t.y, nw'j tection m township 16 range Sweat '
Ji nwM section 28 township It range I weat
8w section 3d township 14 range 2 welt
Awl, section 13 township 15 range 3 west
W t uwH section 7 township ltt range 1 weat ,
tiw aectioii JO tuwnahlp la range 1 west
iimi nK section 3t township 16 range 1 weat
NeW nek section 25 township U ranie 2 west
SeJt, net section 21 townihip ISnngei West
SU In Alexander ceunty Illinois ,
Sei section 1 township 15 range 2 east
Se comer ot tw lection 1 toWmk.p 13 range i
In the the county of Pulukl anH State of JUinoi.
Lots 23. 25. 26. ! and 30. in block 8' and lot 29.
in block Si, and leu 3" and 31. in block 33, all in the
nrat aaa tion ta me uity ot uaiio, county of Alex
ander, and Sate of Illinois .
Lots 23,24,26, and 26 in the Hotel Addition to
theClty of Cairo aforrtaid.
The term of the sale are Oae-fburth cash and
the balance In three equal paymeau at six, twelve
ano cignteen mootos, witn tevea per cent Interest,
lecurtu by deed of trust on preanlies sold. '
Bids foi any ef said real tattle will be received
up to day of sale by M. J . Mowley or fennel P.
Wheeler at Cairo, J, TA IlLOU SMil H.
Aug. 20th 1;7. Ai-ignee.
t!3w . '
D4T. CARBON(Blfl Muddy)
Order for Coal by the oar-load
t.on, or in hogsheada, for shipment
sromptly attended to.
MTTo large oonaumers and a
aanufaoturera, we are. prepare
5o supply any quantity, by tit
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY UOaL C0X7AVT.
Office on wharf bast, foot er Sixth St.
Office of Ualllday Brothers, opposite St.
Egyptian mill Twentieth sr.
Coal dump, oot of Ttiirty-elgbth tt., or
Post office drtwer 800.
Wholesale Dealer la
Offloe, Coroor Twelfth and
Ohio Levee. -
ICE by the Ctr Load or Ton Will
paoked tor snipping.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
(Twentieth Street Opposite Conn Bouse.)
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
This In the oldest bake- J in the cltT. Mid lit
proprietor loiee to opportunity to aocomt&a
ante the publii.
He delivers fresh bread twlee a day. when he
receives as order eitner peieooal or Utroufh lue
He bakea Boitoa Brown bread, tad all kind
of Cakee suitable for wedding Aestt, parties
Qlvehiina trial. Hie motto la: "The best
of goods at the most reaaonable prices."
a. d wnsisiAMSon.
AjU Dealer la
it onto XJCTBS.
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