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v.ilEO , BUSINESS HOUSED
ItUtrai ol SI.W Ir niOQioor nucr jw
' eyeble quarterly IB nlvanc. '
" ' IfatlfaMi ltN a a el Tir War.
.. i '''I;'jAU,tY-t)1nrl ,tove,Tlnnd Hatd-
ftaris iMaial termer' Implement, Wire
i :.o04MM. kVciyentoia, ramps in"! UrttUn.
. it Cuaaxitrrlrl Avmue. UmtennK tnd Job
' Work done ea ibort nottee.
teertni, ceiling, tiding and urcl
lumber, Utb tad talniH. Office and yard
bm Twmtkib itrtsct and Waahlngton avenue
LAX CASTER A HICE-Dealer in aah.
torn, blind, etc., hard and aolt lumber and
a.agla. Yard and ortioe, Commercial avenue,
mi 17th ttiwt.
D. H AllTaUN Dealer In QueeBtware, Torn,
Lamp nd nil kiada of fancy articl-a. Commer"
J ;'. ataniur, torpr j ttftt. . ..
x i WIU.IAM- WIliTliU Sixth ttreet between
ii ' t omaierclaiavenua and VTaihlniton ""
' '' itms Hi Marc haul rallertna;.
JOUN ANTUM-Memtiant Tailor and dealer
lajUtdy Mail Clothing. JlOhio Lev.
' T,' Seal Katal) kioatlra
lU.il. HOWLBY-lUat EaUte Agent, liny
i ea4 aalU real eaUM, collecu renu. payt Uiw
lor BuB-aralilanta.cte. Commercial BYnue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth tree la .
HI H LK Til 18TLK W 00 D
Cation and Tobacco racier (ml pro
prietor of tba raruwra' ioWu Warehouse.
Ui 1 1? Coaamniereial A nam.
If - General torwarJIng and Coiiiuinunon
MMtebant, (r tba Bale of f aint, tiaid-n, Or--fcird
and Dairy I'roduna. t'JOhiu Lhw,
EA. WHtlUlCK A CO.
. Umaral forwarding and (.oioiulmlon
Mtehaalt, and daalara la all Wind of Fruit and
reduce. MoMo I-vee. (.'ontignuit-nt -ohc-iU)d.
, Swill faral'hed on application.
,aV. Jnnmfcara . kilter Wlac f lr
- ku sever tieen anewo. to rail la the cure ol
wieksiag. attended with ayaiptoiu; India
poettioa U aterUon, hut or memory, din
sully ofbx eathlnj, general weakneM, horror
f dUetae, wtak, nervous trembling, dread
ful aorrorV death, UlgUt iwaatu, cold feat
weakataa, dimneiw of vlalon, languor, ual
Hnal laatltuda 01 the aauaeular lyatca,
sontotu appetite With dfapeptic J-
um. hot UaOOi, CViknine 01 ua vuuj, -irj-
nipUona tha face, purifying th blood,
at la tiia bank, aeavtnaae ol tba ey elide,
fMoNMiit blank apou flylnu btfurt the eye
with Uarponry luffuaion aod loMofilgbt,
wait ol attenUvD, etc. Theae aympwiua
all ailaa fro In a weakneM, and to remedy
lUW uae . F. Sunken Bitter Wine ol
iroa. it aeffli Iaiit 'J'houiauda are sow
aiOTUg kealth who have uied it. net
tbTreaoifee. Hold only la tl bottlei, Take
M)t I, r. Kunkefi.
. Aak for Runkel'i Bitter Wine of Iron,
laia tmlf valuable tonk hai been o thur
awhrf taeied by all elaeiea of tbe commu
nity tbat It t aow uaemed iwiinpentatile
aa a tonic auediclne. H eoti but little,
LUrllltl Ua blood and (iyee tone to the
(totnacb. roovaUk the lyatem and pro
laara life.- . ,
I only alk a trial of tbll valuible tonic.
Price II er bottle. K. KunLal, lole
proprietor. No. 16 North Ninth tre-t. be.
Lw Vina, Philadelphia, Pa. Auk for Kun
kal'i Bitur Wine of Iron, and Uke no
other. A pbotocrapti of the proptietor on
eaek wrapper; o the re ar ouvnterfeit.
' r Beware of eouaterfeiu. l)o Dot let your
' druwlat eU you my Iimi Kunkel'i, which
U put op o&7 hi abote reprrfirnted. Tou
, eanfetaii boitliifor Ave dollar-. All I
. aikUeaeiiBple trial
' ' Bead andall complete in two court. No
fee till he a panel. Seat, Pfn and itomach
worm remdrd by Pr. Kunliel, K-9 ortb
jilatheueet. . Adttee tree. o lee until
- bead and au paaaea In one. aad alive. It.
' Koakfl la tbe etry aucocaaful phyetclin In
'-. taie i-ouatn for the remdval o worua, uud
' bit Worm Imp It pltaiant and tale for
tlWtwkrwbperori. Send for nr
ruler, or ak for a bottji . of Kuokrl
Wenaaythp. Prie on dollar jierbotti
Out It ol your d;uUtU never lalla.
rawkacraa ateat aad mlurt f i
r. Wiiry "Wird Bbr, whoie lisuiie.
kold knoftledz tod perfect honmty no
n pratumei to doubt, recommendi butiM
Deepen to tte Waaiiine, tba new iubtltute
for aea. (the Ma abe la pleated with It.
It lea great laver'ot tint aad labor, and
ikB no more injur clothtnj than common
warm water. . Mr. Bee her i light.
Weabine bat many great advsnUget over
toap. Itwaabetla oue-tUud of the time.
It eimo!l entirely doe away with rubbing.
Wathe at we I In bard water at tou. It I
tbe only "article known that will preven
, , wewktieAbrtDtnng. -tttbeamleeai
UI tomtwhtt la watblpr, bnttbey Injure
tbeckttbet. WatbUw poiltlely will not
UJnre clotbtofcV '. , .
maa axe kiiiw, vi "H" .-m.
bate mad Waabla to popular imonK the
iaMeUlgentheuatkeepet ol America. All
Who are Dot tialng Waablne will not regret
It If they Uk apeeial patna to procure tul
re It a trial. Wire, & and 10 cent. Sold
by all nrecert. ' '
BJLJu - '-L - - - "
OLDfOIS CENTRAL E. B.
Bt Lfiiuis & Chicago
" ' The only Bo.d Bmming Two
Daily Traica from Cairo,
Train Leave Oeiro
Faat Kxpreitt, arriving iu
Louit :J0 p. m.; i Ulcago, "::, a. in.
1-20 DM, CTNCINKATI& 1.0UIS-
V V&LR FAST LINE
ArrtviDKl Cincinnati 8;3o, a.m.; Louit-
vllle. 8:25, t m.t Indiantpolii, 4:15 a.m.;
Paseengen by tbia train arrive at aboye
' ' QT UTt OTflKB BOUTK.
t-. wmmt aiaii vtth ilconora attach'
d. for' BX, LOUIS and cmCAOO,
!., i.o, l aiiI- ! it:tA a m. f'hi.
1 cajre at iM p.m. Conhecttng at Odin
. of Kjnognam lor v.inciuuaii, uuuiotiuc
' FAST TIME EAST
lirars by this line go through to
Eats without any delay eauned by
nHm AFTERNOON TRAIN
0M TOK AltRlVE8 IN NEW
' YORK MONfiAY MOHMNO
, , AT 10:115. .
J6 HOURS IN ADVANCE
i . at aKT OTHER ltOUTE.
, WAV W MA. 11, .
ivtiur nucti mini,
d tUU one . art
lifDoriuce or a
" . - J tka tAlltlllit
""T." nT .d ' Inlormatlon.
' ' iBAW AIUUVB AT CAlkO
i : -,
4aMlaamDta 01 ouiut
in uiuiv -r
t . J A3. umw.'i
il;u.; . '01 NOtttbetl Agt
v ' J. M. Jonis. Tie Agt.
llir knlchV affile abaie ur'lrr tnett
at llicir luul the Unt audthiid Muuday
a eavh month. Coininaralal
aaulk of i'illi etrett. aUD.m.
. ,1. 'lOHN U. MOI.HI", ti. ti
A8CAL0N LODGE, NO. 61.
Kolrbta of rytutaa, meet every Fri
ir nifbt at haU-Daat aaveo. ta Odd-
ellowi' liaU. llowa,
OALKXANDKB LODGK, NO. tSM.
Independent Onlar of Odd-Kel-low.
inert every IhnrtdaT aikt
at half-put eeven, la tbekr ball on
2onuuercial avenue, between bixth and rkventh
trwta Will K. Iljiwaixe, N. (i.
lAJRO ENCAMPMKNT, I. 0. 0. F., mU
tVlnOld-rellnwa' Hall on the ant and third
lucailay in every month, at balf-paat aeven
A. Cowman, C Y
a CAIKOLOllUK, NO. 237, A. I. 4 A. M,
JXj. Hold regular oonuuunioatkm in aU
Xaooic Hull, corner CoinmereuU avenue
' and KlKbtb ilrrt, on tbe aacond aad
'ourth Mondar of each month.
BATE OF ADTCHTINIXU.
p-All billt for advertlaing, art due aad pay
able IK AOVAICB
Traatleat advertiilng will 1 loaerted at tbe
rate of tl U per aquara for the Snt hiturtion
and o oentt for aacb lubtequent one A liberal
dltoountwillbemade on atemting aaddiepl
for Inaerting funeral notice tl CO Notice of
nieetlnff of toeletlee or trcret orden fro ten ta for
Cbarch, Hooiety, featlvaland Supper aotlce
will only be Inaerted a advertiaementt
N advertlaement will be received ttltaa than
U cent, and no aavertieement will be Inaerted
for leae than thne dollar per month
LOCAL Bl tl.VUI WOTICEN
Of one aquaro (8 linos fpace) or more, in
aerted in the Bi'li.kti.n an follows : (l.fsa
than one square counted as ft square.)
One insertion per square $ oO
Two inoertlons per square- 75
Three insertions per square 1 "0
Six Insertions per square........ 1 75
Two weeks per square 'I 50
One month per square- &J
Special rates made on lwjre advertise
ments or for lonfrer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
0ifl to tbe pretent hard ttut and
narclty of money, 1 will, alter tbn dale,
Br 1 1 Bread at 3. V' . or 'i
I.oavea rar H OeaU.
Alio Caken. etc , at prf.poitionaltly
Tbete Rood are of Ibe very bet in (he
city, and will recommend tbetuselve aa
"ar'(rdcr! from abroad will reeeive
l'rop'r Union Bakery,
( oruiM reiki Ave., bet. 4tb and tstli tsK
Cairo, Augudt t). 177
View of Mamage !
aBeaajaaaBaatSBaaM A Ouid ta wdfS anj
Inool4iatai lrrl.M om I d
luu ot aiArritcl art! Xbm
..iiMalhil unflt lu I, ih-te.
xAND rfof Kepiwduetjon iim
j h. ' 1SMa.lL
A brk for artvil. ruoi d-
A PHlVAfCMtOICAL ADVI8ERI
On ill i.tmtlrnnt i Prit Natar nin liom lf
A CLINICAL LSCTtrkl on lh xm dxruet iul
ttmr iht Tbroat mI Luot, Catarrh. Butur,u
Opium Habit, tr . prirt 10 rl
L.i-r bank rai piwptKloo wtiat ot trier tera'.lthiw,
HMutiu JOj uin. fi-tutLa.Uv il.ttJtrtU. lor: cl,.
MSB-SOrTl, Nu. ii N. aUk w. Bi. Lstua, afa
SUNDAY, August 26, 1S77.
Farm for kale.
Atlnetarmot eighty acres, siraated
lliree-quarlcrs of a mile west ol Hodges
Park. Fifty arces arc cleared nd well
ft-nccd, the balance I? in good timber
lsnd. l or particulars apply to W. B.
Urown, on the larm. Letters should be
addressed to the Hodges Park postoftlco.
Kd. Ilraxton lias returned to his old
stand in the Reiner building, where he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hits patrons and the public whe
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in titling up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he his provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. lie em
ploys only first class workmen and ttio?e
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
Is asad affliction to sutler (rom. Itattacks
all stations and conditions of life. There
is a constant dread ot impending dangers,
the Damocles sword of imaginary evil Is
suspended over, a morbid sensitiveness
of the thoughta and actions ot others,
etc. This disease generally arises from
an adectlon of fie liver, stomach, urinary
organs.etc, and can be successfully com
batted by the aid ot rest and light diet,
and the use of a remedy which will re
store new force, promote secretions and
excretions, and give tono to the whole
system. Such a health restoring remedy
lias been found in the Home .Stomach
Notice of DlMOlutlon.
Notice Is hereby giyen to our Iriends
and patrons.and to the public in general,
that the firm ot E. & W Hudcr, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Kd-
ward A. Hudcr will continue the business
at the old stand, corner ot Washington
avenue and Eighth street, in his own
name, he having assumed all the liabil
ities and being entitled alone to collect
all outstandings ot the old Jinn. Hoping
that the same liberal patronage extended
to the jewelry establishment mny be
continued In the tuture.
KOWARD A. Bl'bKK,
William lit di:r.
( Aiito, Ilia., July 31st, 1877. 7-:tl2w
ICE ! ICE I '
Huse, Lootnis & Co., dealers in north
crn lake Ice, have removed their oftlce
Irtitu the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door be
low the Kt. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering Ice In all parts of the cltys
Those desiring the cold stutl will leave
their orders at the new ofllce, whero they
will receive prompt attention.
. , ?amei Kavanauoh, Maniger..'.
Cairo, Li it., May 17, 1177.- 6-17-lpa j
' Have Hone.
Buy rout dry goodii, boots ftn J shoes
and in fact all other goods you need,
where they are sold the cheapest, at
the (St.) Ntw Voi:k Sinn .
-Capt. J. C. Willis was In Hie city yes
terday. The city council will meet "Hit week
from Tuesday night.
Visitors at the public library ye ter
day were numerous, and the number of
books taken out large.
The election this fall takes place on
Tuesday, August 'Uh, Instead of the 4th,
as heretofore announced.
We understand that Judon, sou of
Mr.S.D. Ayers otthls city, will soon
leave lor Cornell college, where ho will
complete his education.
Shcrift Saup lust week thlpptd two
cur loads ol peart and grapes to St.
Louis Irom his larm in Pulaski county
four miles above Mound City.
Found the lower half of an ear
rlnif. The owner can have tho same by
calling at the Hi.-m.ktin oflice, proving
property and paying lor thi notice.
Chief Arter announces that he will
arrest all parties tound playing ball
within the city limits oa Sunday. The
boys will do well to make a note of tin-'.
Wanted A wet nurse, to take charge
ol a child lour months old A white
woman prelered. Apply at the resi
dence of U. W. Miller, on Seventh street.
Villa Itidge shipping great quan
tities of fruit to Chicago, Mrs. Ktnma
Montgomery alone has within the lat
two' weeks shipped nearly two thousand
boxes of jiears.
Mr. A. Marx, the tamotu clothier,
leaves the city today lor the east, lie
will purchase the linest stock ot goods
tver brought to Cairo, and ii will pay
to wait till Marx returns before buying
Mr. Ackerman, editor of the Pula-kl
I'atrlu was down to Cairo on a business
trip yesterday. The Fatri'J Is one ol
thcbeBt and newsiest country papeis in
The county commissioners will meet
in regular session on the tlrst Monday in
September, which U one week form to
morrow. We hear of no liu-incs of
special importance to come litfore the
board at this term.
i hereby warn all saloon keepers U)
refrain from soiling my wife. Alien
Smith, llquoror other Intoxicating drink.
All who disregard this notice will be
prosecuted to the lull extent ol the law .
:it. An'Thoni Smith.
There will be services at the i.iii.-rn.
pal church at eleven o'clock tdi morn
ing. Sunday School at 0:30 a m. The
Itev. Mr. Dillon Iee will return iliis
week and officiate both morning and
evening in this church next Sunday,
Sam rilmnn, late with r-uioiuon
Pareirea, has rone back to Clinton,
Kentucky, and will take charge ot Ids
store at that place. Sam has many
friends In Cairo who will regret his u?
parture, ami whose goort vhes
Steamers arriving at thin pil from
below find the water in the Ohio river
below Cairo so low as to render naviga
tion dangerous, and many of them re
ibip their freight east from Cairo by rail
and turn back. Cairo Is truly the head
Cauine & W hillock are recognized as
standing at the head of the dental pro
fession ol Southern Illinois. Their
rooms are over Black's store, on Com
mercial avenue. G'.vc them a call when
you have anything lu their line you want
done. Aug 15 2 w
Dora Moore, ii Poplar street bawd,
was before Judge Bird yesterday on a
charge ol disorderly conduct and with
using abusive and offensive language.
She was lined five dollars and the usual
costs, which she paid and was discharg
ed. Jim Orange, drunk and abusive as
ever was on the streets again last night.
This man Orange is becoming an Intol
erable nnlsance and should be sup
pressed. He is not only a nuisance but
a dangerous man and sooner or later he
will be the cause of something terrible
Mr. K. llcN'iff, an old and experi
enced barber, has taken charge ol the
shop on Eighth street, iormerlv oipied
by Mr. Lamport. Mr. McNitl is a white
man and an excellent barber, and will
endeavor to give his customers as good
work a can be had at any other shop in
Cairo. He solicits a share ot the patron
age of our citizens. ;M-2w
Who will be the successor oi the
lamented Satford in the school board?
Some citizen ought to be elected who
will carry into a difoharge of tho duties
ol tho place the interest that character
Ized Mr. Saflord a citizen who will use
every effort be can to keep the schools up
to their nresent I1I2I1 standard. M ho Is
There will be the Uaiial services al
the Methodist cburoh this morning, Kcv. 1
Olllham officiating. Itev. Mr. (ieorge
will conduct services in tho Presbyterian
church this morning r t the regular hours.
In the evening the Union services will
take place lu the Presbyterian church,
Rev. Qlllham occupying the pulpit. The
public are invited to attend.
A day or two ago we advertised lor
two pairs of gold spectacles, lost a week
or ten days ago. On Friday one pair
wan delivered at the Bi li.f.tin oftlce by
a colored man employed at a down-town
hotel, ami yesterday the other pair was
handed tout by a colored woman Hying
In the upper part of tbe city. Another
Wfument la lavor 0 advertising.
A meeting ol citlzetis was held at
Htilewood, Ballard county, Kentucky,
ouo day lat week for tho purpose ot
linking arrangements for a big picnic to
come off there on 1 ho Oth of September.
It is said that .Senator Heck, Proctor
Knott and Congressman Ed. Uroland
will be present and address the people.
It Ii believed that ten thousand people
will be In attendance on the day ol
-The Illinois Central railroad, having
fenced In a pnrt ol tho wharf, it Is now
in order for somebody else to fence-in
the balance of tho city. Mayor Winter
expresses his wilHusrneHs to roof it. We
surmise that the 1. C. has resorted to
fencing for tbe purpose of trading with
the council. Wc have no objection; but
why do tho parties to the controversy
delay to long In arriving at n conclusion?
W ho la It that is standing oft ? and why?
There Is evidently a split among the
Republicans of Pulaski county, and it is
by no means certain that the ticket nom
inated at the convention at Mound City
ou Monday last w ill be able to "pull
through." Many leading lleptibllcans
refuse to support the thket, and it is
even stated that the VnUlot, the organ
ol the party in that county, has conclu
ded to remain neutral In the lljjht. The
managers ol tho party are iu a "peck of
trouble," and are trying to lix tilings up,
but their efforts o tar have not met with
The S'm said it would discuss .Mayor
Winter's Sunday ordinance veto message,
but it did not. Why ? Was the message
too hard a nut to crack? Did Jack's
"truths" appal the faint heart ol the
hairy-faced genius ot It bald-headed
columns? Did he, after digesting the
ponderous arguments with which it was
tilled, become a convert to His Honor's
belief? If not, why (Iocs he continue to
remain silent when till the tow n U wait
ing to hear him speak? I.'t us besf id
him to relieve tlnj public expectation,
and either say that hn has become Jack's
"meat" or else tell the country wherein
Henri's message was weak.
It ' ;ipt, Thomas Wibon will not be a
candiJate tor re-election to membership
in the county board, tin; very best man
lor his shoes is .Mr. Thwnas W. Halliday.
Whatever may be ald against Mr. Halli
day hy the "boys" now dominant in our
municip'il politics, no one can deny that
he is familiar with both our county and
city nlfair. knows what, is needed lu the
government to advance the interests of
city and county, and knows how logo
aliout doing what is necessary. On their
county board the city is entitled to a re
presentative, and certainly the county
can have no objection to so discreet a
counselor as Mr. Iljlliday.
airo needs tour things to muke her
decidedly prosperous to make her one
of the largest and loudest cities of the
continent, namely : First, a war with
Mexico, resulting in the absorption ol a
big piece of the territory of that country;
second, an improved Mississippi river,
flowing In a fifteen lcet channel at low
water mark, through suceesMnl jetties,
between which will bo not les than
thirty feet ol water at mean tide; third,
the Southern Pacific railroad: and fourth,
the repeal of the resumption act. We
need the fourth -thing firt, the third
next, the second next, mid the lirst
fourth; but if ll were possible to get all
at the same time it would be better.
-Hun m. Ilartzell, member ol con
gress Irom this district, is understood to
be opposed to the Southern Pacific rail
road. If he is, he misrepresents his
constituents. Two-tlnrds ot them, at
least, are in favor of the proposed road
and desire congress to give it encourage
nient, This fact should be impressed
upon Mr. Ilartzell. The city council
should 1 esolve tho fact at him, and the
people should mas meeting him until he
returns from following after .Mr. Morri
son and the Democrats ol the east who
are opposed to everything that promises
to help the south and wot out ot the
Slough of Despond Into which they have
been pu.-hed by eastern rascality and
15e"t brands ol hams at the New York
Store fur 12V: per lb. and each ham war
The Anuu "Union'' Haa Concluded to
' Come Over ' and Join tue Democratic
Mr.Judd.T. Penny having purchased
the Anna I'nion, In the last number of
that paper announces that hereafter the
('(iioji will "espouse the cause and render
allegiance to the time-honored principles
of the Democratic party." Mr.Pennyisa
gentleman ot experience in the newspa'
per business, ami knows how to get up a
good paper, and if, in the future, the
Anna I ni.ii t not one of the liveliest
county papers in Egypt we shall be
greatly disappointed. M r. Penny says :
"Having purchased the material and
assumed entire control ot the columns ol
the Anna l , it will in the future es
pouse the cause and render allegiance to
the time-honored principles ol the Demo
No one who bus paid even the slightest
attention to me momentous events
which have transpired within the last
few months, can lor a moment doubt
that the great mass of the peopli have
become tireu anu neartny disgusted
with the narty in power, nor that it
illslice nau ut-tii irciumiuu iu mini away,
.. . I I....... ... 1
and the Democracy been allowed to
assume control oi tnu government, that
instead of irropiiiif in doubt and un
certainty and standing almost upon the
verire or national anil iiuilvimiai
bankruptcy, we might have
been enjoying an era of pros,
nentv hitherto unknown in our annnls
Yet. naradoxlcal as it may seem, while
the country abounds with plenty, and to
snare: with the laDors oi tne nusnanil
nan blessed beyond precedent, still,
hundred, nay thousands, are on the
vercreof starvation. For this denlor
ble state of attain we are alone Indebted
rn false and pernicious legislation.
it would be nut of place here to stop
to argue any ot the great issues lictore
the country, but we promise our readers
in future numbers of our paper to pay
that attention to tnem wuieii tneir im
the Run Ioauli Cram.
The AVi of yesterday contains an un
warranted attack upou Mr, J.S. Crum,
the estimable member ol tho Statu Board
of Equalization Irom this congressional
district. It says: "Tom Halliday or
Tom Wilson will have more, lnllucr.ee
with the board In behalf ot Cairo than
Mr. Crum, or any other gentleman Irom
Johnson county. Cairo always has to
send a member, and whether authorized
or unauthorized he generally get his
work In." Tom Halliday and Tom Wil
son, "or any other man" of Cairo who
has the information they have about Cairo
property, can give to Mr. Crum Inform
ation 1 bat will be ol much use to him In
di.-charging his duty as a member Irom
tbe district, but neither of the Tom's
would amount to much with the board
of equalization it Mr. Crum, who is one
of the best men for the position he occu
pies, should refuse to give to Tom
his Influence with his fellow members.
Mr. Crum very thanklully receives tho
facts Mr. Halliday furnishes to him, and
with them will no doubt bo of great
service to Cairo, and Alexander county.
We believe Mr. Crum will not be offend
ed by the Insulting language ot the Sun,
which has too little sense to know when
it is offensive and Is too stupid to be
silent when its silly utterances may have
a tendency to do itself and neighbors a
great Injury. Mr. Halliday, who has
been at;Sprlngtield before committees of
the board, returned to Cairo last night.
When his attention was called to the Sun
article, he expressed his disapprobation
ol It, and said that Mr. Crum was one of
the most intelligent and painstaking
members a gentleman to whom Cairo
would certainly be under obligations for
the work he would be enabled to do
In Its behalf.
Just receiving a choice lot of butter,
ben in tho market at New York store. .It
The l.nt JudlelHl Corneal.
The friends ot Judge Mulkey were
anxious to hive him become a candidate
for iudiri; in the late contest in this dis
trict, but he could not be induced to
do so when he learned that the friends of
Judge Duff had persuaded that gentle
man to seek the place. The result Is
known. It Judge Mulkey had conscuted
to make the race he would have distanc
ed all competitors. He would have
been placed on the bench by a large
majority. One of the best ol lawyers, he
is one ol tbe most estimable ot men a
man w hose friends never refute to res
pond when ids interests demand of them
exertion, a man, too, whose Iriends are
not only enthusiastic admirers of his
character, but who are also numerous In
every couutv of Egypt, and are tound In
the ranks of every political party and In
any "walk" of society. When Mulkey
becomes a candldute for an office, the can
vass immediately becomes spirited, and
he is always carried to success by the
votes ol men who know him to be entltl
cd to the Impllcltcoufldcnceof bis fellow
citizens, and have no doubt that he is In
every way worthy to occupy any placeol
the highest honor or the greatest trust.
He was crowded aside, and well, as we
have already remarked, the result Is
White sugar at New York Store, J lbs.
for $1. Families buying in large quan
tities wili be sold lower. 5t
CorXCIT. CHAMBER, CaIIIO, Il.L, 1
August 24, 1877.
Present Mayor Winter, and Aldermen
O'Calluhun, Ritteuhouse, Patter, Wood,
Wright and Yocuni f.
The chair stated that the object of the
meeting was to canVHSs the vote cast at
the special election, held at the court
bouse, Tuesday, August 21st, Inst., to
fill the vacancy of alderman in the
Fourth ward, and declare the result.
The ballot box was opened by clerk,
m tne presence oi me council, anu
read the recapitulation of the vote, as
certified by the j u Jges and clerks upon
the pool books.
The result ol said canvass buing as
Dennis J. Foley, received 1 25
Charles F. Nellls 71
Alderman Itittenhouse offered the
following preamble and resolution which
was adopted by tho following vote:
Ayes O'Callahan, Rlttcnhouse, Pa
tier, Wood, Wright and i ocum ).
is ayes None,
Whkreas, It appears from the ex
amination and canvass ot tho certified
returns of the special election lor
Alderman to 1111 vacancy of Alderman
lu Fourth Ward, held at the court house
in the city of Cairo, on Tuesday, August
21, A. D. 18.7, in compliance witn aue
notice thereof heretofore given, and the
returns of which have been laid before
the city council of tho said city ot Cairo
this dav, that lor Alderman, from the
Fourth Ward, as aforesaid, Dennis J.
Foley received one nunurid una twenty
five votes, and Charles F. Nellis received
seventy-one votes; therelore
rsalMd;i uM it is nereDy ueciareu, oy
the city council of Cairo, convened for
the purpose of examining and canvassing
the returns ot said special election, that
the said Dennis J. Foley has been duly
elected alderman from the 4th ward to
rill the unexpired term of M. J. -MctJau-ley,
The city clerk Is hereby directed to
enter the i bove and foregoing, at large
upon the journal, and to notify the
above named person ol his election to
the office above nanicu. wicnin wic nine
prescribed by the city charter.
On motion ol Alderman Wright, the.
J. B, Piiii.i is.
Fresh Java-just in; 4 and 4 lbs. for
$1 at the Naw Yore Stokk.
Stnle of I.ola at llodtea' I'nrk.
A special train on the Cairo narrow-
gauge will leave Cairo at 8:13 o'ciock
a. in., on Tuesday morning, 28th lust,,
to convey parties to tbe great sale of lots
at ilodiret' Park, on that day. One and
one-llfth fare will bo charged lor the
round trip. Kelreshments In abunJance
on the ground free of charge. Be on
hand at 8:16 a.m. ti the train will start
promptly at that time.
Ike Dot a Cablcr is tho Lvatisvllle
Mr. Ike Cooper has returned to the city
alter an absence ot several umnths.
Tbe Vint Shlnkle was at Evansvllle at
last accounts trying to get over tbe dyke.
Pilot Frazcr, ol the Cherokee, Is In
tho city waiting tor something to turn
I he Golden City Is receiving a set of
new wheel arms larger and strongor
than her old ones.
The Glencoe and Bee and barges, lor
New Orleans, and Jno. B. Maude, tor
V'lcksburg, left St. Louis yesterday.
A telegram from Mr. Billy Mclntyre
last evening says that the Vint Shlnkle
has lad up at Evansvllle to wait for more
Mr. Walder way the first man to drive
a dray over the new iron stago on t.10
big w harf boat, and Dr. Barley Is dis
consolate. A Pittsburg dispatch to the Globe
Democrat says that Capt. Jno. Devlnney,
ex-supervisor, predicts that the time is
not lor distant when there will be a dally
line ol packets betwem Cincinnati and
Captain Tom Darrah telegraphs Irom
Paducah that the Belli) of Texas leaves
Paducah on Monday for Memphis, and
would be pleased to receive freight and
passengers at Cairo.
Tbe James I). Parker has a fair trip to
Cincinnati, and takes barge in tow from
here. When she passed Osceola the John
W.Garrett had iust arrived there and got
aground, but whether very bad or not the J
Parker could not say.
The steamer Vlrtrie Lee has entered
the Cincinnati and Madison trade in
place ol the Geo. W. Check. Major J.
W. Stratton goes to Louisburg.West Va.
to spend the low water season and Capt.
Reynolds goes to Put-ln-Bay to put in a
month or two.
The Cincinnati C'"iHwa' Pittsburg
correspondent says : "Thomas Fawcett,
the well known coal operator, with a few
others will start a large butter factory
here in a few days. The butter is made
by a new process, the chief Ingredient
being tallow. Mr. Fawcett expects to
revolutionize tho butter trade."
The Channel of Esll.
From the human system bear the came
relation to it aa lewers do to a city. '
They carry off the waste, the refuse
which it ii estential to remove In order
to prevent disease. One of the most sal
utary effects of Hpstetter'i S'omach Bit
ters Is to renew activity ot the bowels
when these organs are derelict In their
duty. The bilious and dyspeptic symp
tons which accompany constipation are
also remedied by this sterling alterative.
Iu gently cathartic action has the elTcc
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 fever, and is a first rate
remedy lor despondency.
To Render the Uver Active
When that Important secretive gland
requires arousing, It it only requisite to
resort to Hostetter's Stomach Bltters.the
national remedy tor inactivity ot the bili
ous organ, for constipation, and for dys
pepsia, besides those malarious disorders
to which torpidity of tbe liver predisposes
a person. Far more surely does this
celebrated anti-bilious cordial accomplish
a curative result than mercury or any
other mineral drug used to cure liver
disorders. In fact, such medicaments
cannot fairly be called remedies, since,
although they may havo a temporary
effect, they eventually fall to Influence the
system rcmedially, 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. nave yon Dyapepi T
With Its attendant troubles, con nil pa.
Hon, headache, loss of appetite, gloomi
ness, water brash, distress after eat
ing, etc? If so take DuCosta's radical
enreandbe well. Its result is astonish
ing, and sure relief Is guaranteed In every
case, where it is used as directed. It
assists ditrcstion, tones up tho stomach,
strengthens the debilitated, restores a
natural appetite and as a liver regulator
has no equal. A clergyman of Philadel
phia says : It is the very foundation ol
health. To all who are suffering from a
disordered stomach or liver, or who need
a gentle spring or summer tonic, we say
try It, and you will thank us for the ad-
yice. Trial size 2") cents. Sold by Bar
Also agents lor ranter s pieasaui
worm syrup, which is sure ueaiu to
worms. Pleasant to take, and requires
no physic. Price 25 cents. Try it.
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syruo,
Goods Delivered Promptly.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
talc of Uie'.St. Charlct.
RATES: $2.00 PER DAY
GIVEN BY THK
Irish National Club
Tuesday Eve, Sept. 4.
One ot the best string bands of South
ern Illinois has been engaged to turnlih
the music. Come one and all and enjoy
D. J. Foley,
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphlt
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Bhawneetown, Xvana
viue, itouiavme, uinoinnau
and all way landings.
Tbe fleirant ilda-wbeel steamer
Iaxtir H. 1'ennington ..... ..Maaler
Juaulis rnnniNOTow Clerk
t Will leave Cairo every WEDNK8DAT at
o'clock U. ID.
The fleet iteamrr
Kb. THoJtA. .
LavM Cairo ever? SATURDAY.
Each boat make close connoctlont it Cairo
with flrat-claaa teamen for Bt. Louli, Uem
ptiiB aad Kw Orleani, and at Kvanaviile with
thK. ACE. K. for an polnl North and. Eat.
andwithlhe Louisville Mall Steamer fo .all
liointa on the Upper Ohio, Riving through re
eaipta on frelgLtu and laiaentrete to all point
tributary i -
For urther Information apply ta
JAMES utwm, ranM-nger Agem.
Or to U. J. CrHAMk
iuuerintendent and Gvneral rrehrnt Agent.
!-3-S0-U. kvanaviile Indiana.
CO A I.
MT. OARBON(Blfl Muddy)
Order for Coal by tha oar-load
:,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
sromptly attended to.
urTo largo consumers and a
manufacturers, we are prepare
.o supply any quantity, by ta
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITT 00 AX COWaJTT.
Office on wharf bont, foot or Sixth it.
Oirkenf Halliday Brothers, opposite rit.
Egyptian mills Twentieth it.
. Coal dump, oot of Thirty-eighth it., or
Post office drawer 300.
The Steam Ferryboat
Will be run regularly, leaving Green
fleld'tlandlniratT. and 11 o'clock a.m.;
1 .30, B:3,i and t):30 o'clock p.m. during tacit
On Sunday ihewllllttve the landing at
ind lOocluck a.m. and at li in., aad al
DBS. CANINE & WRITLOOK
Having entrreil Into a eo-parrnenhlp, for the
KurpoM of uractlctni- deatiatry, la all lu
ranch, would mneottnlly Inform Ibom need-
MK the aervioe of i dental opera lor, thai Itaay
m prepared to atltnd to their want la every
The Ailing or team eon la the moil aalitlae-
!orj manner. lniertlnR artlduial deatar, al
way with a view of raatorlnc, aa aw at pre
tlrable, Ui lot contour aud natural axpiaaelaa
it ih moat Improved method ad matwlala.
Teein axiraciMi auaoiuwiy without neb by
'Ming nltrou oxid ga. (aa.
Tbey extend an nvltation to all, to call aad
lee Hum and lolldl a liberal aharo of chair pat
ronage, nura (iiaraaRea. rrioaa awonrakr.
CANINE V HI not K,
1 SurgeM Oeaiiiu
40 cctnmereiai aytnue, Mtwtea lia ana mb at.
Or bairiwandaalM sribe ''
hi Sliiid Eauilti frcarcf Lit
Mad only by lb Stand! ataraJtMtaarlM
Co. Ptttebarg Pa kvery hetU aiaehel
real ron, warranted aad guaranteed a a tm ana
tela lay lead or arttalc or any ajatl atlteena
matter wtigneTer t-ela