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ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
!. Any htwlnee. (Inn can have three linn
t-arV, In lliU column nwler npprupriute headiiiK
line rain ol SI..VI r uioittii r S)l:iryear
ayawe ittuiuriy in anveiu.
Ilurlttre, Blo-a nnd Tin Wnrc
A. HAf.I.KY- tifaliT Inflnvn.Tintnit Hnrd
Aitrit. i;niilin kihI l-unuerV liniili-inenU, Wire
......id itu iirLMttMri. l-uinim mihI l-addera.
Ii ( mnmerelal Avenue. ouiUrintf, and Job
IT nrk done ou ehurl nolle.
.1 s.MiMjAHEV I'euleriiiliurilaiiil aoflluiu
,cr! JlilorliiKi eeillnir, ni'lmif ami mirfaceil
nuilter, lull ami urnwjlea onico and yard
mrner Twentieth het;uii Wuetn uk'"i avmui"
LANCASTLK A KICK Dealer In ah,
lixira, hlinila, elr., hard ami Hon lutiilier anl
tittiKlea- Yard ami oltici. Commercial atenur,
orner ntli Btreti.
I. II A UT. M AV-M-ukr iu yiii-iiwre, Toys,
Lamp, and all kind, ol fancy artu !. (.oinim r
: a! avenue, corner lh etreet.
WIIXIVM WINTF.lt Sith .trot betwecii
..ouiuieie.laleveuue ainlVVanliii'tlon mi.
lotlunc "ii7d Hen-linnl TsUUrlnir.
JOHN ANTUIM-Merelient Tailor ami rV-ali-r
In Hearty Mail Cliilliliig. '.aiihiu l.evee.
Heal r.elrtle Ak-ik-I'.
M. ,l. HOWLKY-Kcal KfUate Atent- Jtuys
ii,i .i-l U real ratal, OjIUcW runs. i.a lii
loi uun-lcitideiit.,et;. Commercial aveuiie, Ye
meni Ninth an1 Tenth atrei-le. ,
Ciiltun ami 'iobaeci. rao.li.ru ami pru
i.r.ilura of the .aruMi.' Tobacco M arvliuiw,
li!, A l Coiuiiiiiwp-iuI Aicnue.
(ASI'fcK vosr- , ,.
1 1 General lorw aiding and CuiMii.n.K.n
u.erchaiil, lor 111 aale ul Kami, janlt-n, lr
J.unl ami Dairy Prjxloot. rnMu lsvi.
I". A. WIIhEI.OCK A " 0.
. Gwujid r'urwarilii'.' ami Communion
nierilianU, and ilimleru in ad kinda of Y run ami
rrndurc. n Ohio kvrt. Con.igiuifiils olu
teil, -trprila llirnlf.he-1 on applieatiun,
.. V. Kuokol'a Hitter Wsu 'l Iron.
'Uiia truly T.luabl tonic, kit Wn to Ihor
uuahly lMed by ell olu.e. of the ciiiuUiunity
thai it Is now deemed Initwix'Iisahle n a t-.nic
medicine. It ruu but little. purltlc. the
. lowland lea tout to lU iioii.acu, miovalM
Hi nj.lriu anU j.ruloii( lil r.i-rylwJy
houlJ nae it.
for tli Mire uT Weak Stomach, dfuml la
bility, lnillKtvn, Ulixwi of the Moinach
ami lor all cane riilrmi a tonic
'I hit win InelmWa tht mit a-riiMe au'l
rdirirnt aalt Ol Iran we po-i--l-ilrate ol
inaanriiK oiiii cmnbinwl ltd the niot n-r-
ucof all i-K"al)l lonlr Yellow I'enivmn
lo you want foriitliiD to tieiK'rt'i JO"
Dotou wmit a K''"1 '1 P'til''
Dn you want 'o K-t nu ol n rtomnfn .'
Do you want rnericy
Ho you want to lUeu well''
Uo you want to l.uil'l (' yoiif coiiMttution :
Do you want to feel well V
Do you wuut a brk au'l vijtorc.ni fullnjf '
If yo...o,try KCNXtl.'S UlTlfcU Wi.NE
'if i,l'jS- , .
I only k a trial Of tbiiitfrtat iih-iIIi-Ibi-'
Itewareofcoiiiiterl'wltn, a K'liuHn llitbr
Wmeo. Iron la tlie only uru ani tOei-tiul
ini.idv in Hi known woilJ lorll.it eriLani "I
iUu-oI DPiiaatil Debility, anj nine ale
a inlllilo-r of llliMtttiyna oflWe.l to llie public,
I woul'l eautlou tii n.liiliiiii.ity to p:n.-ln-e
none but Ui ic nuu.e article, iiju.ulmluie.l t.y
K. Ku.kel, and lin'in li' taup on ti.e . ..rk
uf vrry bottle. 1 1. erj fai l Hint oliitra are
:rym to imitate UiU valuable llie'lii:iu.', pruvtn
ita W'rthaml upeakt voiuiim- u It Uv r. it
il.(feniiine. K. 1 . Kuuael'a
hulil only iu botil". J"I by '"'irfKiat
ami dealr evwy litre. K. . kunael, I'rtK
prietor, :ji.N'orl Nintn ttreel. I'b.ia'lelpbia,
TAl'K WOKM KKMOVKD ALIVE.
Ileail ami all rm plat in two ln.nrf. No
Irrbllbiai'l at. fli I'm loinaiti
SNonna nuiovt-il by Dr. KnuKu, ill North
Ninth tnU 1'lula.lelphia, I'a. enl lor cif
(ailaroraaa yoti diu)ri"t lor u buttle ol Dr.
Kuiikcl't Weriiiayrun. It never bula. l'rnl
I'aiekagea ul Krat a nil (uuifort fn
VI ra. lli-nry Wanl J'.techtr, v.liopehouse.
bold kuoivlrJuc afitl pcr(ei:t LMiefcty bo
one prMKumf io doubt, rixoiuuierj'laiiuuai
keeierli)UM; Waaliine, tUeiiw.ulitHute
for no 'I p. Dim ) i-he I" plca-cj vmu it.
It It ureat naver ol lime and labor, utnl
run no wore ibjun: i:lotliiiii. than common
warm watir. Mrt. Bee-her h liulii.
Waliiti ha- many prfat adv.inHt.'" i ovi-r
K,ari. It Wat-bi n In one-UilM of tliu time.
It almoet ctitin lv does i ay with rubllnr.
anhiaa we 1 lii hard water a polt It l
ttieonly iiriirlo known tint will jtreven
woolfin trow ehriukiBK- mlier urn.:le- an
alatwiuewlut inwaeblli)?, but tliey injure
llicclotbea. VablD poHtivcly will ot
Tuee are kiuio ol llie itilitie wIUlIi
have made WaaLinr. eo ioiulur ainony llio
luti'llitfeut hjuktkeeer ol America, All
wbo are not uains Wastlne will not regret
It it they take aperlal palna to procure and
Vive It a trial, l'rice, 5 and 10 cent", hold
by all irroct-ra.
liHpj.r relief to om younK men ir.
tlx iff'i'tJi of errors and atmaea in )
rj Si) earl v III. Mankoo-1 Itestored. Im- Q
. rj ieilmitita to luarriane reuinreil.
j Tl New irelbod ot treatment. New
3 rtinaikable reiin-lica. Hooka Z
KM ami eirtiiinin ncii 11 ... -.--. .
r "S euvelopes.. Adiferaa lloWAkn A- g
rn r .... iti.:i..
Cm anil nmilara eni tree in "eaieo 5
aoc.'lATlOJ. il;l .iniu 1 una-
4'.l..i.;n i.i. An itittltiitinn lii.v- ji
W'liika high reputation lor honor-,"
able eoudu.t and jirofeaMOnal,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E. R.
L QUICKEST ROUTE
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Eunning Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Traina Leave Cairo
2:'20 p.". Kast Expresn, urriviug iu .St,
Louis t 'M p. oi.; Chicago, a.m.
J 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VlLLE PAST LINK
AirivinKl n Clnclnnntl 8:.'1D, a in.: I.oiiIm
vllle, a m.; !ndl inapoIiH, 4:15 a.m.;
1 enger by tuio truiu arrive at above
OF ANY OTflEH EOUTE.
) ;i0 p. Dj. Kant .Mail with uleepprs nilacu
ed. lor ST. I.OIJI8 and CHlCAtiO,
urrlvltif In St. I.ouls at UM a.m. CliU
eairo at 4.. '10 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or KfllnKhftro lor Cincinnati, LoutfVille
FAST TIME EAST
r atc-uriKerii Yy tbN line ro throuifli to
the EaHt without any delay cuut-ed by
I he SATURDAY AKTKHN00N TRAIN
'OM CAIRO AUKIVKS IN NKW
YORK MONDAV MOICSINO
AT 10:. 5.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHKll ROUTE.
AdvortiHi-ments of competiuf lines Unit
I hey make better time than thla one, are
are lutiued cither tlirough iDoranou or a
de Mnt to mislead the public.
Inr through tickets aud Inlorinutlun,
iptily at Illinois Central R. R. Depot, Cairo.
THAIX8 ARR1VI AT CAIRO
tien'l Smitbern Agt
U. Junks, Ticket Agt.
The k illicit, ol'lhe ali-.M' nfii r nin t
at their lutll the r)rt ami Until slomlar
n euili iiiiiutb. Couui,rciul avenue. l!il iluor
utith ol I'-ttli atreet, at. 4 p.m.
John It. ll-niik;., li. (.. M.
A8CAI.ON I.OD0K. NO. M.
s'.?k ar-iw.. .(11..1.1.. .
i?;jXA nwiiiinui 1 jiniua, uieiia every en
i-i uity miill at iuui-aai aevvn, III IHPI-
Kellowa' Mull. llowa,
,-, Al.KX ANDKlt I.OI1UE, NO tU.
i. V lmleuilent Onler ol Orid-KeJ-4
Iowa, iiieeui every 'Ihurwlay iix!t
"aaiiiar' lit ball nt evn, in their hall on
jriiiiiinl avenue . lot ween hmthaiiJ Hcventb
".tii ta M l 1.1. h. Hmi kiiik, N. ij.
'Mi no kn(;ami'Mknt, i. o. o. r,. n--t
vin O'ld-r'ellowa' Hall on the Ural ami thud
miM'iuy in every mouth, at Im't-paat teven
A. CoMlNOrl, t; 1'
A CAIRO LOIKihl NO. 'it7, A .K. A A. U
rii. lloi'l n vilnr iniiuunieitiona 111 Ma
HLi aouie. Hull, eiiriiir Cdii.ni.rilul avenue
' 'ami l.iiilitli atnit, on the aeoomt ami
'uurlh Momlav 01 t-w b ir.onlh.
HA IK OF AUVKBTIMI.'vU.
IJ-A11 bills for avlvt-rtiaitiat, are ilue acd pay
able t!4 ADVAtVt'A
I nnfiint advertiairiK will bcinserh.l at tin
tat of II ou per aiuare lor the Brat iim rtiob
aud Mi cents for each aubaeuueiit uue A libvra.
iluuiiint will be made on staiuling ami 1. I
ITor Inaertiiitf funeiul nolle ft mi .Notice ol
nieetinK of lovietiea or m i-ret urdera iits lot
Chuirb, Society, Ifeativol and Hu.uer ic.':-l
Will only be inaertiil an advertiheiuenls
Na a-lvertirfiuent w 111 lie received at leas tliun
rViointa, and no ailvertleement will be inserted
for lean ttmn time dollars tr month
I.OC'AI. IU SIM MS NOIM I S
01' one uju:trt! (S lim-s f j-.-ti-i) or inor', in-
sertci in tin; lii'U.m.N ;is follows : (Lens
than om: tiijtrirt! i-oiiiit-d 11 a stjtiarc.)
One inprrtlo!! pt-r rJijuarc $ Wl
Iwo IiiHfrtioiis pt.r cqiiaro-. 7-1
Tlirc;ln-rtionii pt;r square 1 00
Six hiM-rtlotis per squnre 1 75
Two week", per square. - 50
One montli pi-r tojuartu o GO
.iK-cmi rau-i made on larift aiiverue-
nieiits or lor longer time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Ov. iiit,' lo llifi prei nt baid time- fct.il
!o.-afi.-ily ol Ijiobt) , I Will, alter till" date,
Sell ISrenil nt :tc. er dozen, or 3
l.onvea lor " Canta.
Alo Cakef. 1'ir-', etc., ut prf.puili'ib'ilely
Tlieve pooiU i.te ol the try I .-- t In llie
city, uti'l will r i-oiuinend tin tii-ulven ai
I ( ir li ri f tviin ahroa ! v. i I receive
pn.nii-l :it( ut ion.
Kit A Nh KKATKY.
I'roj.'r 1,'nion ItaH ty,
I 1. nut, 1 n -1 til Ave., In t. 4'.h aid tli M'.
alio, A'ii"i-t 'i, 177 '
View of Marriage !
ut.narnt.il linliM bU III"
lutiraj f.i tntrnair !.! t'n
i'aiiMtnit niiftt tor i . ISO
i UifeaavB or W omen.
A kk tor p'.vklf, ti.t
"tc rta.ijj( M; prlc
,,A HHIVAU MtOlCAL ADVISER' .
Abuin. Ejnaganj( or Secret Ditveaft?, uc Ut
biri uf ( iim, ,IT'- ) ptn tU ct.
A CLINICAL LECTUAE tn irvl
trf. rn the Throtaixt lunfi, Caurrb.Iiuptuit, u
0;ium IUbit.avr . fir,r to t ia
tiiinT k ( i-rViMKi nn TTvip( o( pripf! or t'' tir,
r"-ii'iiriifi '"' ".j' h' ( 'Mtni'rfl li r . . 1 1 .
Aaau.i XeH. iiOTTJ, .W ul ku ot. ix-u.i, Ma
J liniSDAV Septembtr C, 1S77.
FRKSE SADDLE EOCK OYSTERS
l'lirii;' my ulj.-jeino my -on. M.-. Sol
I iirnbiilvt r, W hi-reliy aiithnnttJ to eol
leet, ptiy out, ami traii-aft btiliu-. j,'i n
(nilly in my name.
C.tien, lil., September 1,1 77.
(.S'i'k pletiso copy.)
Farm lor Sale.
Alinelannot eighty acre?, nittutf-il
tlireo-qimrler or a mile west ol Jlotlges
Park. Fifty arcrs nre elettred and well
fenee-l, tho balance h in good timlier
land. For particulars apply to W, U.
Urown. on the larui. Letter? .almuld bo
addreiM-i tl to llie I lodges Turk po.tollicc.
Kolif- or iMsNuliltioil
Notice is hereby giy,.,, that the tirm uf
K. A. Wheelotk & (Jo. is this day dU
folveil by mutual consent. Jl. I.cighton
will continue th cominihsion business in
Ida own name, he having assumed all the
liabilities ami being entitled alone to
collect all outstanding accounts of the
linn- K. A. W'HEiii.ock,
Arti. 31st, 177. l-l w
F.d. liiaxton tins returned to Ids old
stand in the IJeUer building, where hn is
better prepared than ever to nccoinuio
(lute hi.s patrons and the public, who
muy fuvor Idin with a call. He lias gone
to considerable expense in titling up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
lie has provided with all the latest im
provements mid conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style ami will receive
courteous treatment. tf
Thill IuaiiiiiMia i'0( to Ileum,,
An atmosphere impregnated Willi the
seeds of malaria, is rendered harmless by
the timely use of llostetter's .Stomach
(litters; and It a resort to his benign pro
tective agent has unwisely Veen deterred
until tho fever Iits have developed, it will
have the effect of checking them nnd pre
venting their return. This statement is
corroborate! by thousands who havo
tried this ineilieiuo for lever and iiguo
mid bilious remittent fever, besides af
fections ol the stomach, liver and bowels
peculiarly rife in nmlarlons localities.
Throughout the West, indeed In every
partot tjrio American continent where
malaria ly-evaUs, It is the accepted speci
fic. Nor j tho urea of its usefulm s cir
eumscrlbed by tho limits of tho United
States, since It Is widely used in South
America, Mexico, Australia, and elsewhere.
Iu IhL tity ut the reoideiitu of May-jr
Wlntt r, by Jti-y. J. 1). Oilliiim, Mr. II. '
( lay MiUrudcr of U.itileeton, Mo., to
Ml-s llelle A. Winter.
.loluill.Oljiily returned home Iroin
No chilil can e.lerp while sullt iing
Willi colic or 1 to li i teething. Ilemove
thceau.-eby tiring I r. Hull's lial.y I rni.
Only 25 cents per bottle.
-.Mr. n.ailcj Sinuit, id lln: dry
jfoiitls linn ol Muarliv. (iliol'iui. li ft (lie
city mi 'I'ui-rduy night lor New ri, U
ptircliac his full and winter t.tui-k.
.li-:s Arehit! llitli lier, ilaiilili r
lion. Kulii 1 1 ilatclitr, lueinlii'i i-l eon.
gre-is Iroin the Uelniont, Mo., ilntrlct,
w.is a gui-ft at I he St. ( hnrli-s ye lerdiy.
Whatever tends to keep lite blood
pure t-urcly tends to prolong life. Dr.
Hull's Hlund Mixture by Its fpceilie
uetion upon the blond kccp-i it itlv.iiyt?
in a condition tit purity.
It is said W. A. Redman willjic a
eaiididatt: for u-ises.-oi- and trcii: uii-i'.
Mr. It. Is well qualilled for Ihcolllce, and
it he has really made up his mind to
enter the lield lit! will be hard to bent.
Mis Mullle liiley, who ha.; been
in Northern .Mir-ouii lor I - .i-t two
Months, vit-itintr I'rieiidr. und r.-int i vt ,
ntiiriiKl to r.iiro ji-tirday. iy the
teuuier t.ity of Helena.
The Western L'tiiull Tell i;r.ti!
Coinpany liave again reduced their rates.
Day messages to any point within one
hundred miles of this city are sent lor
the trilling nun ol twenty-live cents.
Mayor Winter, oyt-r king of
.Southern Illinois, received his lir-t ship
ment of tic-li oysters je ".i nlay after
noon, and will continue to receive tin in
daily Iroin this time out. Live him
( ircuit court was in -e- iijti yester
d.iy. .It;ili; Mulkt occtipieil the entire
day in t lie argument ot the Union county
bond ei.se. Judge Mulkey will likely
eoneludt! li'u argument to-iluy when Mr.
.Itidd make the clo.-ing sbeeeh in
thociic. ile will nrobablv sneak lor a
lay ami it halt, i'he grand jury v.orked
dl day yesteriliy, and ground ijtit
some iiirtlier imSietmeiit
lien l.'oiirtney, a coioMd man, wa
1 elore .Jii-tiee ( oinliigs yi lerday on a
warrant charging him with deiivi rin;'
baifgagi! Without lii en-e, lor which he
iliifi tlnwl li v.- iloll.il' iit.il r'likt. Iie'er
the ordiniiiices i very person erg.iged in
the bti-ine-s of porter, or who makes it
ftbu-inc-ii to deliver baggage, either
Iroin or to any eteambout, hotel, or pri
vate house, miit-t take out a license, and
anybody engaging in the bii-ini.s wi'li-
out having liei tie, is liable to b-; itrri-o-d
and lined. "
lirick l'uineroy, woo makes a speech
at Murphjiiboro on the eleventh instant,
w ill no doubt be listened to by a mass ol
people, but were it Mrs. lirick UricK's
former better-half who was to urate,
we'd bet high two noses could be
counted in her crowd ol listeners to every
one that can be counted iu llrick's
a-embly. The .Jackson County folks
have made n mistake ami got the wrong
liulf ot the Pomeroy latnily.
On Saturday l.iitht, as the towboat
Nail City, with two barges, was proceed
ing up the Ohio river, the. ran over a
skill' containg two nero men.
both ol whom were thrown out and
drowned. One of the unfortunate
darkies was u man named John ( ubb.
Cobb utid Li; friend went to J'adttcali on
Saturday morning wi:h a negro boy,
and started home about eight o'clock tit
night, leaving the lad behind. They
had got about half war home when the
Nail City struck them, Tin- body ot
Colib was picked up in the river a short
distance below Metropolis yc-tei-day
The hog cholera prevails to an
alarming extent in tlior counties of
Kentucky next to us. Tho swine are
lying oil by tho hundreds. Mr. Kobcrf
WakelielJ. ot Hullard county, within two
months )iat lo't one hundred and twenty
five hogs by the disease, sixty live ol
them being tat and ready lor the butcher.
It Is against the city ordinance; to
race horses in St. Mary's park on any
days of the week excepting Wednesdays
and Saturdays, nnd then race? must take
place between the hours of two and six
o'clock in tho alternoon. Chief of
Polieo Arter informs us that numerous
complaints have been made to him in
regard to tho manner in which racing
has been conducted iu tho park recently,
ami requests us to state that hereafter
all who commit the offense of racing
horses in tho park at times other than
those designated in the ordinance, will
be prosecuted to the full extent of the
An important event took place nt
the residence ot Mayor Winter on
Seventh street yesterday at eleven o'clock.
It was the marriage ot'Misslielle Winter,
second daughter ot his honor, to Mr II.
C. McCruder, ot Charleston, Mo. The
ceremony was performed by the Kev.
Mr. (iilham, pastor of the Methodist
church, at half after twelve o'clock. The
wedding was a very quiet and unpreten
tious one, there being none present but
the relatives ot tho bride nnd groom.
and a very few of their most Intimate
Iriends. Alter the ceremony, all present
partook ol tin elegant repast, prepared
for the occasion, atrr which
the newly married eouplo
betook themselves to the depot of the
St. Lotus, Iron Mountain and Southern
railroad, from whenco they took their
departure for Charleston, their future
home. Miss Winter was one of the most
estinmblo young ladies of whom Cairo
could boast. She takes with her the
best wishes ol all of her many friends
and acquaintances here. May tho lives
ot tho newly wedded eouplo ever remain
as bright and unclouded as a inld-sum-mer
day's sky, If the wish of the Hit.-
01 Nl'll. ClIAMIIKH. ( .ll:o, II I. 1
September 4, U77. j
Present .Mayor Winter, and Aldermen
Foley, llalllday, O'Callahait, I'atier,
Klttcnhousc, Thisllewood, Wood, and
Mayor Winter stated to the coumal his
Inability to preside, his attention being
called to tho transaction of Important
business. Aldcrmun llalllday, on motion
of Alderman Wood, was i-ho'i n chair
man. On motion of Alderman Hittenhou-c
the minutes ol the last regular hihI in
tervening meetings were approy-d with
Uu motion of nldermau Wood thin-ports
ot committees laid over at last
regular meeting were taken up as un
Alderman Wood moved that tho n-
port of the committee on streets recom
mending the lllling and grading ol
;iih stteit to the amount d live
hundred yard", bo received, concurred
in nnd the clerk authorized to adver
tise for proposals for doing the work.
On motion of alderman Wood the
report ol same committee was rereiyed
and concurred in, recommending the
tilling and grading of Walnut stn-tt
between Uth and Mth streets to the
amount of live hundred yards, and in th"
authorization of the city clerk lo ad
vertise tor proposal.-'.
Aidermau llittenhouse moved to re
ceive the report ol same committee and
concurrence thereto, recommending the
the appropriation of twenty-live dolhus
iitel the employment of a competent en
gineer to prepare plans for the location
id a bridge across Cache river iu (In
direction o! Mound ity. which motion
was lo-t by the billowing vote, viz:
Ayts-ll illiday, 1'atii-r, Itittenhoii-e,
Thistle-wood and Wright .1.
Nays-Foley, O'dllahuii snid Wood
The majority and iiiitnuity reports ul
same eommitti e were read by th" eh-rk.
the former rei-oiiiineudiiig Unit all bid
be rejected and that the city do tht; work
by day's labor, and that Win. Urnivn
lie ill ployed Intake charge ol the Wolk, j
the iatter reconiiiieniiing that the bid ot j
it, N i.-oii be accepted, ami the amount ol
liil limited to lilteen bunder. 1 yards.
On motion ot Alderman ltitienhuiiS'!
tin-minority, report was received and
adopted asthc report ot ihecommUfe.
Alderman Wool moved that the
report ot the committee tie reecid. '.he
ontraet awarded to it. .Nason, :t- re-coin-im
n i-d, and the proper ollicers of the
city instructed lo make the contract,
which motion wascirried by the follow
Ayes Foley, llalli-iaV, O'CailaUil,
I'atier, Kilteldi'm-e, Thl-llewood, Wood
m;roi:i or iitv oi i ictus.
I! "port ol J. J. liinl, police magir-tr.it'!,
for the month of July, was read, and on
motion of Alderman Thi-tlcwood, re
ceived and placed on tile,
OI P. Mahoney, city j.ic r, lor tho
month oi August was, on motion ol
Alderman Wright, rclern. '1 to commit
tee on claims.
Ot J. 15. l'hillis, city comptroller,
.-bowing the expenditures uml balances
in the several appropriate i funds up to
August 31, lb77, as follows:
l ! '1 JJ L ..!. i .
1 uv w.'.a: accui-nt. Ai pro- Am- :n t
pr.M.o:-.. t.Xf n ''. Il.i!.it. "
Salaries $ .,ii ui :si. -u $;,'! I"
Si.lev.aUs 4, mi i o. I , I ' -' ,r:'7 -4
Miens -.'i"-0(J l,.i!-j 7 - "7 '
lu.iinaa'e 1 5i no II -jo 1,1 l'l
Hoard of Health.... l,iM'i -lii '. I" 7"'
lire Department... 1 ,V."J to 7l If) 7-11 "U
City Clerk's Ufl.cc
eir 3''t I-1 io
r.leaiot.s Juu '" '''J - ' 1
l,."ai(l no l,e.--l 7'i I'D 1
I'lin'l'i'l'lV .' '"' ' '
Omlinsent 2,(KI OK -i'.l 1.711.""
cv 4.,. .! :t;.r hi
On motion of Alderman Wood, the
report was received, ordered tiled mid
printed with the proceeding".
Of O. A. Oshnrn, justice ot the peace,
lortlie months of July and August, was
on motion ol Alderman O'Cjllahuu re
ceived and ordered placed on liic
Ol J. C. Tulboit, street supenisor, lor
month of August, was, on motion ol
Alderman Putlcr, received and ordered
Of city treasurer U. I-'. Parker, lor the
month ot August, was on motion of
Aldcrmun Wood, received and rcletrcd
to city comptroller.
Supplemental report ol F. Jiroi-s, in
accordance with recommendation of the
finance committee, was ou motion of
Alderman Thisllewood received and
ordered filed, ami the chum against the
city thereto uttuehed, referred to the
committee on chum-'.
COMMIT! KM HKI'Olsis.
Theliuunco commit lee reported that
they have received l mm it, p. purki-r,
city treasurer, the follow In, amounts ol
general city orders, interet bearing city
orders, etc,, redeemed during the momh
of August, all ol which they had des
troyed tins day by burning, us follows,
(ieir.ral city orders $1,511,1 5i
Interest bearing orders is) r,u
Interest paid on above 252 55
Special levee cortiliontcs 1,215 Mi
Interi st paid on anove l.vs CI
Total 3,1M0 14
On motion of Alderman i'atier the
report was received anil ordered filed.
The committee ou police, jail and tiro
department to whom wits referred at
the last regular meeting tho petition of
sundry persons, asking tho appointment
of Sydney Itohluson, special policeman
for tho upper portion of thu cltv, report
ed that they had Investigated tho mutter
fully and In their opinion ho was not
qualillcd todlschui'ij"! the duties.
On motion of Alderman I'ltteiihousc,
the report was received and concurred
Tho clerk presented and lead the
petition of .Mrs. Bridget O'Cnllahun.piay
ltig to be reimbursed tor tho expendi
ture off 35 (17 Iu building a sidewalk on
the south .shin of lot No. 1, in blotdi No'
3s, coiner of Commercial avenue and
Fifteenth street, which on motion ot
Aldarman ood, was relerrcd to the
committee on streets.
CLAIMS AND ACCOfX'IS.
1 he following bills against tho city
were presented and read:
Henry Winter, mayor. f-U b'7
.1. it. l'hillis, clerk.
II. F. Parker, treasurer.
C. L. Arter, rnarslial
Wm. 11. Gilbert, cor. counsel.
Win. Q. McUce, attorney....
.1. J. Hird, magistrate
M. O'.Muley, policeman
H . ;.-irociit, do
W to. F. Axlcy, do
). Mr" .ii'by, tlo
lb iii v Stout, health oH'oer....
Tim tiorinan. aup't ot streets 00 (X)
On motion of Alderman Kitteuhouse
the nl.ovt) salary bills were allowed and
ord -red paid, by the following vote:
Ayes-Foley, Ilalliduy, O'Callahan,
I'atit r, Ititti'iiliouic, Thisllewood, Wood
anil Wright S.
J. S. Mc(iahey,4 111! It oak lumber
at jl.")00 SHI 73
James Keating suj days work on
sidewalks at 1 i- 2" 31
N. A. ltc.ore,2dayssameat 1 30... 3 (KJ
John Sullivan, hauling '.'3 loads
sidewalk lumber at 30e 8 -10
C. W. llelidel jii, 4 kegs nulls at
C. K. Woodward, li do. do.2!l0
I do do
l'i ter Umber aii "lays work on
street? with team ul 2 20
Tom .M' ban 23 days same at 260...
1. II. Corcoran Jiej tluys sumo ut
Thoinii- liovle, FU duys same at
2 30 M 75
James Jl'.-s. 2-'i daj s s;.me at 2 50. 00 25
Jaiin- hrt.iiik days same at 2 30. 3 75
Win. Kai'iu, Is days r-titne 2 50 43 00
Wm. Duller, Filling 215 yurdu of
earth on Cedar and sixiecinu
streets at "Jiie
Id per cent, retained on bill of
Major it 1 e-.r-ier, sharpening plow s
Jacob Klee, 350 lbs ice lor str.-et
F. M. V ard, 55ibs. do do at lc
1'. Mahoney, Is days work with
chain gang tin drains at i 00
M. Houlihan 22 days same ut 1 25..
W. F. lii-erwart tilling cisterns on
i th and Stll streets
K. 11. ( tiiiiilngham, rentotcouui.il
chamber to Sept. 1
A. v . I'yaltitCo. bintling lile ot
.S'ziiiiiil treasurers reporls
Cairo City lias Co, gas consiinicd
in council chamber to Aug, .ii...
Joliu P. Hely, one day liulge ot
election 4lli ward
Win. F. Pitcher, iine
It. Fit.i raid, same
! red S. Smith, clerk onu day of
eltetion. Fourth ward
Albert Smith, tame
P. Malumey, dieting prisoners
P. Mahoney, dieting prisoners be
fore triall Augtiet
F. Vimrit, 1 bbl. lime ami dryage
John McNulty, J dozen brooms,
M. K. Powers, hauling drunken
man to jail
Morris Sullivan, hauling drunken
man to jail
airo ity Cius Co., gas consumed
in jail op to Aug.. 31
Cairo Uulletin, publishing proceed
ings, etc., August
Cairo Sun, publishing election
notice and copies ot Sun for lile.
.lames Keating. G days work on
park Ictice, $1.23 per day
N. A. Devore, 0 days wolk on
park fence, $1.30 per day
C. W. Henderson. 1 keg nails tor
John Cain, 1 day special policeman,
Fourth of July
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed
at police headquarters
I loop paw it Atheiton, 41)1 feet
cypress lutnuei tor paia ram
atflG 00 per M
On motion of Alde-rmrn Wright the
above claims were referred to the com
mittee on claims.
lihsOI.CTUiNS .Nr MOTIONS.
Ily Alderman Thistle-wood :
Htsohrd, That the street committee
be instructed to have the gale or valve
ot the Thirty-second street sewer repair
ed a put iu good order.
Adopted by the following vote :
Ayes Foley, llalllday, O'Callahan,
Paticr, lliltiidiou-c, Tliisjjiewood, Wood
I!y Alderman Wood :
iVs-iir-i, That the city treasurer under
the direction of the finance committee
be ami Is hereby Instructed to tuke from
the trenertil fund as much us may be nec
essary to redeem tho outstanding levee
scrip, principal and merest.
Adopted by the following vote :
Ayes Foley, llalllday, O'Cullahan,
Ptitier, P.itteiihoii-', Thlstlewood, Wood,
Liquor bonds of Win. Kluge, John
Sackbcrger, frank Guzolo, L. C. Her
bert, Itobci t Smyth & Co., P. Fitzgerald,
md V.. R. Egncw, were read anil on mo
tion of Alderman Paticr, approved.
Alderman Paticr introduced thu fol
lowing ordinance which w: s read and
referred to the ordinance eommitti; under
the rules, viz :
An Ordinance to regulate the wharfs
and wharfage of tho port ol Cairo,
He It ordained by the city Council of
the City of Cairo:
Si.ciioN I. For the pui post, ol wharf
age, vessels landing In, the port of Cairo
within tlie city limits shall bo classilled
as follows, viz: vessels ot twenty tons
ami less thunut.c hundred tons shall con
stitute the llrst class; vessels of one hun
dred timsand less than two hundred tons
shall constitute the second class; vessels
o two hundred tons and less than tour
hundred tons shall constitute the third
class; vessels of Jour hundred tons nnd
les than six hundred tons shall const I
tltute tho fourth class; vessels of six
hundred tons and less than one thous
and tons shall constitute the lltth class;
vessels of one thousand tons and up
wards shall constitute the sixth class.
Tho class of each vessel to be ascertained
by the United States Custom House
measurement of said vessel.
Skc. 2. Vessels shall pay for landing
at any improved landing, whether public
or private, wharfage or moorage fees as
follows, viz: Vessels of tho llrst class,
one dollar; vessels of tho second eluss,
two dollars; vessels of tha third elas,
three dollars; vessels of tho fourth classs
four dollars; vessels ol the fifth class, live
dollars; vessels ol the sixth class
six dollars, for tho llrst twcniy-four
hours, or less time; vessels ol the first
class, shall psy un additional Ion of lUty
certs for each and succeeding twenty
four hours, r Iraetlonnl part thereof.
, soli of tho second, third and fourth
clusies, an additional lee of one doll - r
for each succeeding twenty-four hours,
or fractional part thereof, and vessels of
the lltth and sixth classes, an additional
lee ot one dollar ami fifty cents, for each
succeeding twenty-lour hours, or frac
tional part thereof.
The above tees to bo paid by the cup
tain or clerk of such vessel to tho wharf
master of the city ol Cairo, or tlie person
or his ngent entitled by law or right to
collect the same.
Any captain or clerk rcfuMngor neg
lecting to pay such lees upon tho de
mand el' the party entitled to receive the
same, shall be subject to a line ot not less
than ten nor inuro than two hundred
Skc. 3. N'o whurlage or moorago lee
or tees shall be charged or collected for
landing or mooring vessels of either class
within tho corporate limits or llio city,
excegt at un improved wharf or dock,
and no person shall by himself or agent
be allowed to collect any wharfage or
moorage fee or fees from any vessel or.
vessels, except at his own improved
w harf or dock, any person violating this
section, shall bo lined In any sum not
less than ten, nor more than two bund
red dollars for each and every offense.
Sec. 4 All private docks Intended or
.used tor the landing and moorage of Ves
sels generally, or held out as a public land
ing jiluce, and (or the use of which, any
wharfage fee is collected by the owner,
his lesee or agent, shall
be kept In good repair
ut tlie expense ol such owner, his lessee,
or agent, so that ves-els can approach
with ease and safety, receive and dis
charge Irciglit and passengers wijh
convenience und dispatch, ,
M.c. 5. All w harts or binding places,
upon the Ohio river, within the corpor
ate limits ot this city intended or used
for the general accommodation of bouts
and vessels, und lor the use of which a
wharfage or moorage fee is charg
ed shall be ot a good
grade of one foot in five from the
easterly side of seventh street to low
water mark on said Ohio river, und
shall be paved witn broken stories to
be not less than one toot iu depth, and
shall be kept in good repair as smooth
and level upon the surface as practica
ble, so that drays anil other vehicles may
pass anil rcpass'upon suid wintrier land;
ing place Willi ciiNvemc ncc, und witnout
danger; such wharf or landing place to
he so graded, paved aud kept In repair
ut the expense ot the party who collects
the wlnirtiiL'e lees from such v hurl.
Sec, ii. When any whirl' or landing
place upon the said Ohio river shall not
be graded, paved and kept in repair as
provitled in section six of this ordinance,
the owner, ugent or lessee ot such wharf
or landing place shall not be allowed to
collect any whurlage Ice, or mnko any
charge for the use ot the same, and shall
he liable to a line of not less than ten
dollars, nor more than two hundred
dollars for each and every day that such
wharf or landing place sbull bo allowed
to remain out ot repair: provided, that
the penalty provided lor in this section,
shall not bo enforced for sixty duys
ul'tcr the pussnge, and approval of this
Six. 7. It shall be the duty ol tie' own
er ot all private whurfs or landing places
In this city at which any charge is made
lor landing bouts or ves.-els to keep poet
ed In some conspicuous place upon such
wharf or landing plaice a schedtileof rates
ot wharfage, in accordance with see. 2 of
thisortiinunce.siieJi schedule to be printed
upon a curd board of not less than twelve
inches in length ami eight inches in width;
and for failure to keep such schedule so
posted tho owner or agent In charge of
such wharf or landing place shall be liable
lo a fine of not less than live dollars nor
more than fifty dollars for each day that
such card or schedule of rates remain un
posted. On motion of Alderman Wood Alder,
man Foley was chosen by the city coun
cil to fill the vacancies in the various
committees caused by the death of M. J.
On motion of Aldeiman Putier the
J. U. Pim.i.is, City Clerk.
Worth lit Welkin In lioM.
Undoubtedly the greatest modern dis
covery in medicine Is DaCosta's Radi
cal Cure lor dyspepsia, sick headache,
sour stomach, costlveneSS, biliousness,
loss of appetite, dictress after eating, and
all disorders caused by indigestion or a
deranged liver. Its results are astonish
ing, and sure relief is guaranteed in
every eusu where, it is fuhhlully used. It
tones up the stomach, regulates the
liver, restores the natural appetite,
strengthens the delicate aud expels all
morbid humors from the system. Ty
phoid and bilous fever might, in almost
every case, bo prevented by its timely
use. Trial size 25 cents. A very few
doses will relieve, and a little persever
ance cure you. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which Is sure death to
worms. PJca.ut (o take and requires
no physic. Price 25 cents. Try It.
FRESH SADDLE -ROCK OY3TEE3
Is so common In the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
produce It are such as cold, irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to mlusmutic exhalations,
&c. In large cities where edge tools
ami agricultural implements are manu
factured, the grinder protects his lungs
Iroin the Injurious cllects of the dust
llylng oil the griudstuno by wearing n
respirator. The coal miner ere Ito de
scends thu shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against lire-damp.
Now It is equally necessary for those
who inc brought iu contact with any of
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provido themselves with that well
known nml highly esteemed remedy
tigulnstlt, tho home stomach bitters.
FnF.SII SADDLE-ROOK OYSTERS
niaaiilullon or l'o.'i,rliieralu'
The Co-partnership heretofore exist
ing between I. Furnunker and V. S.
Haas, iiinler the linn t.amj of Farnbuker
it Haas, Is tills day dissolved by limita
tion. All debts due tho lute Unit will be
collected by the undersigned,
Cairo, Ills., September 1st, 1N77.
"tlTM. R. SMITH
Fhysioian fc Surgeon,
Orflr iii Winter's Hlock, norner Seventh ana
Ooniliii'ii-lnl Avuritie, (enham nu tivvetitli.
Keal.We thlrt.viitlnlr.,.-Miol W'aaMimloo
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, 8hawMtwnt Stum
and all way landing,
The elegant tltto-wtxtl tear
ARKANSAS BELLE. .
o-tibD. Pi!rKtiioToi-.... ..Maitarjf ".
arlis 1'ansiNaTow... Clark r.
t Will leave Cairo ertry WIDKlBDATat L.
The fleet aicanar ,
Bait How abo.. ....
Kb, TroMa Ciik
Leaves Calr verr 8 ATUSD AT,
Each boat make, close aonnacUoaj at Cairo
Mitb Orat-claaa atcamera for. 8t Lrtia. Mua
plVis and New Orleaua, and al KranaTilla with
hut K. AC. ft. K. forallpolnuNortkand laat.
and with the Louisville kUU B teamen tot. all
DoinUonthe Uddct Ohio, a-lvinc Uirouh ra-
Mlpta on freight and paaaengera to ail points
I or tinner inrormation ar-my to
.IAMBS DIUIls , Paaeenger Agtni.
. J. i. eHiujes. ' I
Li a 1 f II, IV lltiiia 1
Or to U J GltAMMElt. '
SuDerintendent and General freight Ami,
U-3-aMv. Kvanaeille laaiUaa.
(UrPEIt CAIRO) 1
The Stesm Ferryboat J':'--
rrrtn k , ... .-!. iam I .
tieid's lundinu nt 7, ft and 11 o'clock a.m.;
1 uo, 3:3 and A:30 o'clock p.m. during each
On Sunday she will leave the landier at
and lOoclock a.m. ltd at li in.f- ud at
8i)tj p.m. . -
. ... j
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. ' .' l,-ri I
.' t .'lU 7
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogBheadu, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Oillceou wharf boat, foot of Sixth street.
Otline ot UalUOay Brother, opiioeita St.
Kgyptiaa Mills, Twentieth street. . 1
Cual Dump, fool of iulriy-eignin street, or
l'o u OUlce drawer JUU,
Between W'jdimcion and' Commercial Annan
Transient Bates: $1.50 Per Day,
Weekly ana juontniy Board
era Acoommolated at
Rates to am, the
Tho Crystal Saloon
In Connection with European, It Furalibed wllk
the Laten style
IMPORTED TABLES. . ,
supplied with tbe finest winai and Ii n or. am
Mixed Drini He.de av SpeedeJtv
PHIL HOWAZl D
Sp ia Attentlon'.raid to
NK1HT-OII DAY TIUI,
l:ihtli:treel, - Culro,; IlllsseUk
THE Heat futility of MRATS alwtyi
lurnlHhed. , . . i , , . :
. .. I . f ' t
JACOB WALTEIte1 1 ' ( ' 1
Dealer m Fresh Meat
Between Waahlnton 4 Peaiaienia
Ave adfoinliif Raniy't. ' "
Wholeiale Peeier In !, ' '
OH)), Cri9r Twelfth indnr 'ir'
1CK Ijr tbe ( ar Und or Ton WW
parked lor ihlpplflf.