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JaIKU hiisiSs HOUSES.
Aii) biiaiutea 11 Tin cuo bit vr three line
pare, in this column innlei ipiiiiirialeliediiig
lthrate nl . I f nr moiitlinr SUperycur
Jlftrtluisiii, tott ' '
A. HAM.EV lU'olcriu Move, Tin ami HhpI
,ti,iT. Hindi n ml Jnuii' Th' liiiili'iin iilii, V. iii'
..awl, Iteliv.eri'loif , I'miil"! mid Ladder.
Ii Commercial Avniw". tMittilini:, ul.'l .lull
Wal k dune un "boi I Holier,
I.S.MUAIIKY- iKnlcrinlmrd and roll him
ir.r, flooring, i-eilinir, elding ami mi liced
liiiiiWr, lulu nil' I nhllili x. tnVe. and ynr I
truer 'I H'l'tilu Hi i In ( I and VHj"liint t.n j vvmit
LA.SCA.S1KU A lUCK-lMiibre in ,
lixirn, blinds, Hie., hard un-1 anil liimlier anil
bluglea. ViuJ iii'l oilni , Coiium n i.ii avenue,
orncr I7llt street.
1. II A HTM IN-I'cnler In Queeimware, Tojn,
IjiiiiIiii iiml ull kinds (il fancy artnl-j. I ..inii.er-
ul avenue, comer 'lli almt,
Wll.l.lAM WISTKIi Sixlh istrnt between
!nimercll avenue and n aaliington avenue,
4 lollitag nuit .Tie re limit THilorlo,r
JOHN ANTUIM-Merchent Tailor Mini dealer
In Heady Made Clothing. 7 Ohio Lec.
Ileal :tiite Agi-ucie.
M. J. IIOWI.KY-Real Estate Agent. Ituys
ml sells real nUU', cl IcrtM rents, istya luxm
n.r non-resident, eus. Commercial uyuuiu-, be
tween Ninth unit lenui screen, .
1 1 INK I.K TH 1ST LEW 00 I)
II Cottoii mi'l Tuhsscco Factor mid pro-
if nri ol liie mniirio' jonucco nurcii'itue.
A ! Colllillllieiclul Aveuilc.
j Urheril r'ornnlli)(f nri'l Con.riiiiii.ion
iricrniaut, lor tlic null! of rurm, tmriltu, Or
:linl ami Dulry I'rrnlucc. Ohio l-iivii'.
P A. WIIKEI.OI K ft I .-
yj i.fr.cral Korwanlinv nnil Oiininlidlon
iiierrniiriu, and 'Intiprn In u'l knni i r t nut unl
I'rwlui'e. M Ohio Levi. I oni(:nini'iitJ) olic
.irl, fcti-nciln luroiilwil on Builimuon.
V. Hliukrl'l Bluer Wine) of Iron.
T ula truly valuable tonic hut Irtn in Ihor
ouiilily te'U-il by all claaae i.f the community
Hint it in now 'lu iiii 'l MuliBi'i ni-ttlile i.h a tome.
Diciliriue. It coaU Lilt itnlc, .unfl-a tde
blood and nivea tone to t he mmi ui Ii, n novatea
Ibe aialeu aud jirulcBg lil hverylnidy
lioiilii have it.
Kortbe cure or Weiik Htonmnha, lii nernl le
blllty, lndif etion, Dlfeaecj or ih Momuch
! I lorallcuam re'iuirm a tonic.
'I hit wine inclU'h-n the niohi u;rreable and
edirient ault ol Iron we ponatta.-lltriiie oi
maifneiic oiide combined ltd the moat eiier-
feticofall vetreiable lonbs-Tcllow 1'eniviun
Iio you want (ortellilnir to iticniMl.rn j on
lio von want a ko1 j p HU- v
ln you want o Kt rid of ui rvoimn an ':
1)0 you want energy V
I'd you want to aleep well ?
I'd you Want lo build uii your toniiti'iit.on '.
Do you want to leel well
Do you wmit a britk and vla''rr'is fi lin ''
It you io. try KL'MihI-'a lill lKIt WINK
1 uaf auk a trial of tbi(;'reut ii.nlkihi :
lleware ol" uoiititerieiUi, m Kuuwei'n Citter
Wineo. Iron la Oie only mre aud eflVctunl
lenuily Id theltiiown world loi lie .ini,uiienl
t:ure ol Iynfeniiii and Ovbilily ,ai-d at there are
a imiiiUr ol iiii.luliona ollered to iliu mlilu:,
I wuilid caution Ibe coliiiuuiiity lo ijiin liie
none but Ibv jcenuine article, manul.teliirecl by
t. Kukel, and hawiK Ink atum on II. c cork
of every bottle. I he very laid Hint otbera ait
IryinK In uniUie tbi valuable ine'liciii., j-rovt a
ita woribaud nnk voiuuu a in it lv .r. del
iue genuine, fc. t . kiinkel'a.
Mdd only '0 tl biiltkt, o d by ilrutribla
.md dealera every where. Kunkel, l'r-
i.rietor, it Sunh Ninlli tlreet. J'hilmkl hm,
TAl'F. WOHM IIK310VED ALIVE.
I an 1 ail riu.piale in two bourn. K
ue till beud iatie. eal, I'm and M. ntni h
V nnua removed by lir. Kuu'el, 1 !i Vyrili
N iiilh alreet, 1'lnlu.lelijhii l'a, tmi lor i;u
iiluroral yon druj.');i-t lor a bottle o jr,
hunktl'a rt'uriu Symjo It never i:iiU. J'rirvtl
lit('ltKei l Ki ht nuil unil irl
!r. Henry Wafi llcech'rr, wlioiie liouat
Lold knowledi,'" and perlett kouoty no
una jireMiniee to iloubt, rn- oiDUiubilt Ii mii-i-Iveppers
to ti.-c Waaliiiii.', tbf new -ul-tt l u t o
lor 0;ip. hlie aya fin! U jilen-ed Willi it.
It (a great fnvt-r ol time nnd labor, mid
i un no lucre injure I'lothinjf than common
warm water. M re. Mec her i,'lit.
Valiine lia- many irreal advanla-i - over
noai. It wsidii in one-third ol Hie timi'.
11 ltno-t cntirilv does away with nibbiti;'.
Vabea we 1 lii hard water a-anil It !
tbeouly arlidfi known that will (ircwn
woolen's trora ubiiiikiii. uttieruriielei a
si-t toiiiKwti.it in warhlL.', but ttii-y injure
the clothe. Wa.-liiuu Jioi-itivtiy will not
TUeae are fotne ol tbe iiilitiei whli h
hitvenmda Wasliioc o .o.ilar iiiion,- the
iutelllKent bjuaekeepcta ol America, All
who are not iiain;; VVa-niiie w ill not ret ret
Il If they take Hpeeial pain ti rroi iue ami
t;lve it a trial. Wire, 5 and Y) cent-, fold
by all grocer.
lla.ir relief ui om younu men tr
the eirerta of errors and abusei in:
() Hearlvlile. Miuihood Itebtoiecl. Ini-fl
UJ 0 liedlinentii to marriui;i! removed. fJ
J New nethod of ireiitment. New
CJ 2 and remarkable flilclicH. liuolxi Jl
SSqi and cirrillaM nent free In n-aled
envelo'a. Adderaa Howaiik Ah- g
i W hocutioii, 11 ' N. Ninth at. 1'liila- pq
CO delpliia. An iiiklltulion bav- t
ginna hitch reHiiiation lor honor-"
.able conduct and )rurr.tiiuiiul,
if ill .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
St Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road Running Two
Daily Treins from Cairo,
Train Leave Cairo
MM p.m. Knit Rxprei-a, nrrivinr lu Ht.
LouW H:W p. ni.; I'lilragn, 7:.'H, a.m.
2:20 P.m. CINCINNATI & LOTJIS
V1LLE S'AST LINE
Arrivlnirl n ClDfinnat! R:30, a.m.! I.otiH
villi), H:25, n.ru.; :ndlanai)olln,4.15 o.tn.;
J'anscngcrs by tulx Uiilu urrlvout above
OF ANY OTHER KOUTK,
vliriorp. m.KaHt Mail with elccpern attnt
etl. for HT. I.OIHS and C'MCAUO,
mrlvlnj In Kt. I.ouln at U::)D a.m. t'lil
uao at 4.no p.m. ConnnetlnR at Oiliu
or KillnRham lor Cincinnati, Loulfville
FAST TIME EAST
fi.FsenKer by thin lino po tlroucH to
tlie Kaxt without any tltday Muaoil by
llm HATUItPAV AKTKT1N00N TKA1N
KUOM CMKO AlttUVES IN NKW
VOHK MONIAY MOBIsUSU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHKU ItOL'TK.
Advertlsomcnta or couipotlm' linos that
they innkB bettor tlmo llfan ItiU onn, are
are lasuod cither throtigh Istioranou or a
ilenlre to iiiIhIukiI tho public.
or llirouirri tlckid Iiilornintlon,
ipply ut llliuolK Coulnil K. U. Depot, Cairo.
TKAlNtt A Kill V K AI CAIBO
ctpiwi 5T-P I!!
Ull - l'U.m
Opn'l Houtbern Agt
H. Josks, Ticket Aict.
I lie kiHKlit- if Hip ebote hi 'In D.eH
ill llmr tail Itli' luM it I 1 1 i a i r I Alondi.?
ii f.i ii mimiiiii. iiiiiiiuerciiil amine, m 'I.
south ol' 121 Ii ureet, ul p in.
Iijiin II. Milium, (i. I.. M
AHCAMiN I.OlKiK, NO. HI.
KnurhuMii I'ythiu, mi flu every Fr
luy night til hall-p.tet aeven, it. (Ml
fellow' Hall. lloaa,
4 iliaiiccllur Coiiinmndcr.
Af.KXANKKH I.01KJK. NO. tH,
liuleia inielit Order of Odd-l'el-
Iowa, uiwta every Tbiuraday inirht
at liall-Iiaal hevin, in llieir ruui on
Jnwniercutl avenue, between hixth ar.iJ Bcventh
Win. h. lI.' WMm, N. (t.
' 1AIIKI KM AMl'MKNT, I O ). r.. ineela
lii Oild-VellnWH' Hall on the Drat ami third
li.io'liiy in every luontb, at hulf-at aeven
A. Oomimohi u r
XJf Honle Hill
' Vind V.ii:hl
AIIMI-ODliK, NO.?S7,A.K. AA. M
'inilar noimiiiiiueationa in Ma
.11, corner Coiiiinerr.lal aveuue
li-titli Htn.'t, on the aecnnd and
'oiirth .Monday rd'eaeh month.
HATI1 Of AOVKBTIJIimU.
rl"An billa for iiertitu, are due and nay-
able ix ADVAt'a
Tranriieiit udvertieinK will U inatrtfl at thi.
rate of II " ncr n,iutr- for tbe Hint infrtion
and AO centa for each aubawiueiit onn A lilwral
ilmcxjuiit will be made on atandlrig and diapl
.' F ir IniXirtiiiK Kunerul noli 1 Notice ol
nioetlnjt; of aocie.tiea or ei;ret order V cxnU for
CbunJi, Society, Fti-.tival ami Sii.r noticea
Will only be Inserted aa advertiuemente
No advertiaeruent will be rnieive'l at leaa than
60 cent , and no anverliaement will lie inaerled
ir leaa than three dollars iter month
i.ri. mm via! notk dn
Of onn Rfjuart; (H liurg space) or more, in
torU.il in tli Huli.ktin in follows : (Ijm
flittii one square counted aa a square)
One iiifeertlon pt-r a'luare
Two Insertions per fc'juare. .
Three Insertions per square...
.Six Insertions per square ,
Two weeks per square
One month per Hqtianv
Special rates tuado on larje advertise
ments or lor longer time.
"UN JON BAKEKY.
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owin;.' to tho present hard times and
circity ol money, I will, alter thii date,
Krend nt SOe. per lor.ru, or
l.onvea for H Ceula.
Aluo Cukt!-. I'lc, etc., at urqioi tionktely
low pi i.:i.
Ibei-e troods nic ol i tie very hen in the
city, and will recommend thoincIvei an
firrlir from abroad wid receive
t liAAIV IV II A 1 IV 1 ,
l'rop"r Union bakery.
( ommereial Ave., bet. 4th and Mlt M.
Cairo, A;rii-I C. 1ST"
View of Marriage !
A On id to Wed. fx; irl
OlimU'lititl llavt.af Vti If
iulifl ol nitrrny t!'4 trie
iaut Ifitl ui'trf l-ir ft tS. -fri
i-f RprttJuetion ti-'l
i'he Dilrui-i ef Wnoen.
A b"'k tr privj, rbi)-
, A FHIVAft MfcDICAL ADVISER!
n 1) u aoflrrvdl t Privit halurc r.tinb' in m 8,f
Abnte, Eictii, r fievret Iiw, tla
iiufth tt i u rr, .nrjti ja ;n, ptu 0" rl.
A CLINICAL LECTUUE o th d.ivt trJ
iWol ti- ThrOaUiiM. Luii, Clarrla(Uuplur.UAt
Opium Ilablt.i . pru-e
J,; fin j l--k nt Mtiinio'5 txf 'pt ft pr'.r or tV. tHre,
"HHn.tip j. n, la. utlfu! V lim'tfUtttf, )iT ;.(..
Aii La. ljxij, i. . . y.. uu., m.
TIIl K-ilJAY, September 20, 1S77.
Mj dwelling lioue and lour lot-. Da
tiie prMiit-cs are two lnrj;o hot hoiije?,
filled with plants. Owing to eoniiniied
bn 1 health 1 will sell ehwip, il applica
tion is niadi! sotin. For information en
quire at Taber ltros., or on the premises
near St. Mury's ho-pitul.
( inru II ilht-t nll nnil Try I hem.
Ilaviiijr discharged l)r. Lower nr.d
rcbovatt'd my bath room?, with the addi
tion of a new receiver alter tho latest
and most convenient style, I shall take
great pleasure In pivlng baths either
medicated or otherwise, to all who may
call on inc.
lm Dr. I. Aktkh.
The l urojii HIi Hoicl-Dciluclloii In
Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
the Kuropcan Hotel, being well aware
ol the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to nil who may wish regular board
to sixteen dollers per month or four dol
lars per week, lor day board. In con
nection with the F.uropean Hotel is a
first class restaurant, where oysters,
game and all other delicacies will be
served at all hours during day or night.
Fd. Craxton has returned to his old
stand in tho Reiser building, whero lie is
better prepared than ever to necommo
ditto Iti patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expenso In fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all tho latest Im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attendod to in stylo and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
Is so common In tho country as scarcely
to need comment. Tho causes which
produco It aro such as cold, Irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
etc. In law cities where edgo tools
and agricultural implements aro nianu
lai lured, the grinder protects his lungs
from tho Injurious cllects of tho dust
Hying oil thu grindstone by wearing a
it iplrator. Tho coal miner cro ho de
scends tho shalt provides himself with a
safely lamp to guard against fire-damp.
Now It is equally necessary lor those
who arc brought In contact with any ol
tho causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provido themselves with that well
known itntl highly esteemed remedy
ngainst It, the home f tomncli Utters.
f enernkltr in.
A iliyl.l liont viiiled tliiifcectioti
hltlit before lust. Ihl Is the Urn lrot
fil the M'tt-'on.
- I Ii keH f..r the party Friday even
ing Will be Jl.50; single tiiketJ il.OO,
iiieluiliiig "upper. 2t
-Chester trembles, .She is r.ither
doubi ful as to whether she will "t the
'ol. John Wood lelt the city ys
terday alternoon for Wisconsin. lie
will be absent about three weeks.
Families can be suppled with choice
butter, small packages. Call or send
orders to 11. l.elghton, til Ohio l.evee,
Mm. W. II. Morris and family re
turned home jvsterdny, from.She'.oygan,
where they have been spendlog the
To-morrow is the last day id the
Charleston fair. It is tho big race day
and many Cairo people are talking of
Paymaster Comstock, of the Illinois
Central railroad, was in the city yester
day, settling up with the employes of
the road here.
It Is tho only medicine I would give
to my baby, a mother said, speaking ol
Dr. Hull's Ruby Syrup. At all drug
stores, V) cents.
Gen. .John (i. Mann, division super
intendent ol the Mississippi Central rail
road, is in the city, looking after the in
terests of the new Incline of this road,
building opposite this city.
Thos. Hoyd was up before Judge
Iiird yesterday lor being drunk. He wns
fined two dollars and costs, and sent to
the calaboose for live days. This was the
extent of the day's work In the police
Mr. John MeOrccr, of the Chicago
pictorial priuting company, was in
Cairo yesterday, Mr. McGreer, who is
the artist of the company, has been
sojoiirnirg for some weeks past at Hot
."prinjf-, and Is now on his way home.
Keep your tee' Ii lu good condition
and you will be happy. To do this you
must call at the dental rooms ot t 'aiininc
it Whitlock. They perform all the work
of the profession in the most satisfactory
maimer at the most reasonable prices.
The dental rooms of Ur. Jocelyn are
at No. I I Klghth street, where lie is per
forming Jdeiital operations of all kinds.
From aitiliclal velum, (palates), to the
extraction ol teeiii. All work warranted,
SatMaclion given, or r.o charges made,
A big duller i. Hined Hakins, while
drunk yesterday alt'dimon, got into a
rumpus with another party up-tow ri and
beat him up very badly. Ilaskins then
came down the street and made consid
crablc noise, which resulted in his being
arretted and lodged in the calaboose.
The Delta Fire company, having lost
their engine iiou. e by the recent lire,
are now discussing the subject ol putting
up another structure. The proposed new
IiOUr Is to be :i brick, two stories high,
and will probably be built on Commer
cial avenue, between Fighth and Ninth
Our old time fellow citizen John
Clancy, is putting his business house at
the corner of Twelfth street and Com
mercial avenue into trim lor starting a
clothing s'orc. I'ncle John, who Is a first
class business man, is of tho belie! that
there is money in this branch of trade.
We wish him success.
Tickets for the party may be found
at the St. Charles Hotel, Arlington
House, B. F. Parker's book store, Phil.
If. Saup's, P. G. Schuh's and Frank
Healy's drug store. Double tickets
$150, single $1 CO, supper included.
Tor those who desire it, Chicago ice
crram will be furnished during the
evening; ten cents a dish.
In this morning's issue ot the lift.
itiix, Mrs. P. A. Taylor announces hcr
soll as a candidate tor re-election
to the olllcc ol fchool super
intendent. Mrs. Taylor, during her
term of oflice, has performed her
duties to the satisfaction of the people,
and they will, we believe, give her a
hearty support at the ensuing election.
Mrs. A. Williamson Invites the pul
lie to call and examine her new stock of
millinery goods during the opening,
which which will last a few days longer.
By calling you will see that she has the
largest stock ever brought to this city,
which was selected with great care to
suit tho trade of the city and surround
Effects entirely disproportional to
causes are frequently Induced by the
simplest circumstances. A little pimple,
Indicative ot the beginning ot detetlora
tion of the blood, will, by neglect of
preventive means, develop into the
loathsome ulcer and sap health, or prob
ably destroy lite. Dr. Bull's Blood
Mixture prevents such catastrophes.
The committees in charge are com
pleting arrangements lor tho party to be
given at tho St. Charles hotel, Friday,
tho 21st Inst. Every effort will be used
to make tho evening enjoyable. It is to
be hoped that it will bo a general re
union of friends, and a welcome to those
who have been absent during the sum
mer. The mutch ncc Iictwcen the gray
pony gowned by Ed. Johnson, of Fill
more city, and Jim Kynlston'a bay
mare, which Is IS como off at tho park
Saturday, is occasioning considerable
talk among tho sports or tho city, and
the contest is looked forward to with a
good deal of Interest, us both horses are
known to bo as fast as can bo found In
this neck of tho woods.
Mr. i'ctiben Yocum, one ol the can
dldates for the ofllceol county Judgeship,
is lo tho city after a thorough canvass ol
tho county, He is iu exceedingly line
fpliit, and (Hint to think there Is no
reason lot doubt ai to hi, election over
Mr. H.iiTt.ll. Casper Vo l I; al , u IreMi
Irom the country pret im Is, and U in a
very tranquil state ol mind, feeling con
llilent that he Is the c miim; man for the
OiiryouiigliWud (ins Williamson,
sonolMr. Hiram Williamson, ol Ibis
slty, wo aro told, will go to Mound City
on the first of October and take charge
of the telegraph ofliio and station of thu
Cairo and Vlneennes railroad there.
This Is quite il responsible j osition for
one of (ills' years, but he Is a vry live
young man, and we have no doubt w ill
succeed In managing its ulluin to th"
satisfaction of all Interested.
The taking ol evidence In the pi;
of Easley and Allen, charged wild rob
bing Mrs. Merrett of lorty dollar, was
concluded In the circuit court yesterday
afternoon about three o'clock. States
Attorney Mulkey commenced his argu
ment about half after three and spoke
for three hours, when couit adjourned.
Mr. I.inegur who is the deleiulunt's at
torney, will make his argument Ibis
The work of driving piles, grading,
etc., for the new Inclined plane of the
Mississippi Central railroad, on the Ken
tueky shore of the Ohio river, opposite
Eighth street is being pushed forward
rapidly. It is not improbable that this vill
create quite a village just opposite us, as
it Is said the company proposes moving
a part, if not all, of their shops from
Jackson, Tenn., to tho vicinity of the
new Incline. We hope they will.
Among thu urrivals at the St,
Charles yesterday were M. W. Hender
son and wife and their daughters,
Misses Lulu and Sallie, New Orleans;
James F. liallard and J. A. Vtcutz, of
St. Louis; John G. Mann, ot Jackson,
lennj William E. South wick and t. (..
Stone, of Chicago; Col. S. II. llaynes,
of Curbohdalc; C. E. Hasting's and
Clins. T. Johnon, New York; and
Miss Alice Spero, Miscmski, Miss
Chief of Police Charley After says
the negro, Jim Pobinson, who will be
taken to the penitentiary at Jolict to-dsy
by Deputy Sheriff Jack I lodge, is one of
the worst "pikers"' who lias ever
lulc.sted Cairo, lie is a very shrewed,
sharp darkey, and has heretofore man
aged to escape conviction, though there
Is no doubt he has had a hand in many
of the depredations committed here with
in the past tw o years.
On Tuesday night about one o'clock,
a three employees of the IUm.kti.v
were walking along Eighth street tit
twecn the avenues, they caught sight of
a man trying to force an entrance inta
the vegetable stand ot E. W. Thielecke.
On his discovery the thief started to run,
and after a lively chase was captured by
the three employes, and delivered to the
police, who took him to the calaboose.
He was up before Judge Iiird lor trial
yesterday, who gave him two hours to
leave town. He lelt.
There h every r-ason to believe
that the party to be given by the Ladles
Library Association at t'ae St. Charles
Hotel on Friday, (to-morrow) evening
will be one of the largest and most
pleasant Rfluirs that has taken plaee here
lor a long time. Ol course the principal
leatureof the allair will be the dunce.
Harry Obricn's string band will furnish
the music; refreshments will be served
at a very reasonable cost. The prices of
t'cktts are very reasonable, and all who
fancy enjoyment of this cat should not
neglect to attend. The object which
prompts tho association to cive the
party is a worthy one and should meet
the support of the entire eommuniiy.
Deputy Sheriff Jack Hodge goes to
Jolict this afternoon with seven prisoners
for the penitentiary, convicted at the
present term of the circuit court. The
party consists of live black and two
white man. They ate: George Robin
son, colored, convicted of burglarizing
the residence ot Mr. Leighton, a com.
mission merchant of this city, w ho is sen
tenced to a term of three years; Henry
Wilson. James Johnson, James Hcrin,
and William Johnsou,convicted ol having
robbed a boy ;ot three dollars and iifty
cents, go for live years each; Dingwall
and Furgeson, both white men, go for
larcency; Dingwall serves out two sen
tences of two years each; Furgeson goes
for two years.
There is considerable speculation
just now as to how the colored vote will
pan out at the coming eleotion. Many
seem to think that Casper Yost, being a
Republican on whose Republicanism
there is no discount, will catch all
of the black boys, .while others de
clare lie will not get a corporal's guard
of their votes, all told. Then again we
have been told that the entire colored
vote lies between Hawkins and Hely,
and that the Stewart, Ilumm and Plan
ert goose Is therefore cooked. And then
again the belief is advanced that a col
ored man will come out lor the office who
will gobblo all ol the votes ol his breth
ren, and play tho devil with the calcula
tions of nil ot tlic poor white men. But
just at present there is no cause lor
this belief, lor the reason that young
Jimmy Nott, who Is tho only colored
man who has been spoken of in con
nection with the oflice, lias, wo are
credibly informed, emphatically refused
to become a candidate.
Save your money by calling on J. s.
MeGahey, corner of Twentieth struct and
Washington avenue. Extra Inducements
offered on sidewalk lumber lor tho next
thirty days. Also one carload choice
cypress shingles at bottom prices 1 w
Te neliera Kxniiiliiniioii.
There will be a public examination of
teachers, held at tho high school build
on Friday and Saturday, tho 2Sth- and
291U ot September.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor,
L Cnro, September 17tli, K7.
J.is. K, l'leii-uiits ol Vcvay, wants to
contract with some mm to tow his
barge Sclienek 5 and the hull of the Mary
Uoiii'ton to New Orleans this fall.
Captain Sam McBride, tho veteran
New Orleans Tilot. lias received Intelli
gence from Holland that his wile has
lallen heir to a handsome fortune.
Captain Jake ledan was in Cincinnati
on Monday enroute to Put-in-Bay.
Captain Thomas Alexander of Detroit
estimates there will be 30,0Hi bushels ot
p..t toe taken south this fall.
.iiiniii A. J. Schenck of Veyay, hull,
ana, who has been hern since the 1. .".
Seheiiek commenced loading, returned
home by rail yesterday.
The city of Alton out from St. Louis
Tuesday, found 5J feet at Liberty Island,
which is the shoalest place In '.he river.
i'he last boats up, report six feet at St,
Pleasant and Bulletin.
'1 he Clneinatl Vonan'rcinl of Tuesday
say-: "The Storm No. 'i changed hands
on Thursday last. Captain Cunningham
and Engineer Sherwood sold their inter
est In the boat aud her two barges,
fllalr and Hart, to Captain Alex. Jlalli
day, formerly of fie Ohio No. 4. Cap
tain ilalliday intends putting cargo
boxes on the barges, and runing the
boat and harges in the New Orleans
trade this whiter."
Capt. II. 11. Drown 's new Golden
Crown is to draw 21 Inches light, and
will be corn-deled this week.
Mr. Frank Gilbert, riyer editor of the
Evansvilie ''Viv, was in Cincinnati on
Mond.iv l.i-l siting the sights. It is
stranoe howmuelt time the river editors
of that paper find lor traveling and
pleasure. In fact it Is a curious sort ol
a position anyhow if we may judge from
its effects upon the men who have tried
to hold it down. First they Join the
Ib'd Pibbon Temperance movement
aud take in the town. Then they get on
a terrible spree, and if this does not
caue change of editors they go visiting.
Mr. Gilbert is a talenlc.l. spicy and able
writer, and is well known and well
liked by many ol our citizens and all
river men who know him. lie belongs
to the Kea Uibbon movement of Evans
vilie because they wouldn't let hitn wear
a white ribbon. He does not despair
however, of yet being able to press one
of them to his manly bosom.
Nkw Oiileans, September 17. The
towboat companies, by agreement, have
advanced tho rate of towage from tho
passes up as follows: Towage for all
vessels under 150 tons, ninety-five cents
ner ton. with sliding scale for down tow
age ranging lrom til teen to thirty cents
per ton; towage up and down on smaller
vessels, one dollar and live to one dollar
and eighty cents per ton.
The French larque Harold, from
Havana, is now at Quarantine atlon,
with three cases of yellow fever on board.
The mate ot the schooner Leonard Dan
iels, from llavaua, died of yellow lever
two davs after leaving Havana; she had
two cases of lever on board when she
arrived at Quarantine station.
I'lTTsiitRi;, I'a., September 18. The
Monongahela rose a trllle last night, but
is about stationary at this writing, 8 p.m.,
with 2." inches lu the channel. The
weather is quite cool lor the season.
Col. W, Emmerril, who has charge of the
Ohio river improvement project, is in the
city. The dredge-boat Monongahela No.
2 Is at work on the shoals below Eliza
beth. Considerable work is to be done
at points further up the river. More has
been done this season toward clear
ing the channels of the Ohio and Monon
gahela than for several years past.
Walker K. Carter and Jno. T. Wash
ington are partners in th wharf baat
business at Memphis.
The Ste. Genevieve for Memphis and
the Susie Silver for New Orleans are due
The City ol Chester looks bright and
new. She had a lair cargo and made
some additions here.
The Cotton Valley with a rcshipping
fip was due last evening Irom the Ohio.
The tug Sam Greendyko with the U.
P. Sehcnck's bargo in tow was wind
bound all day at Ogden s landing.
The river tell II inches yesterday.
Tho Danube added 150 tons at Padu
cab, ami considerable freight here. She
has a nice trip of people. She is a nice
boat with cotton guards and high
deck room. Her cabin is neatly furnlshd
and is comfortably arranged lorpassen
gers. At Piising Sun, Indiana, she lost a
deck passenger over, board by the name
ol John Wilson. lie was a papcrhanger,
and hailed from Cincinnati.
Wurlh Ita Wclulii In Uoltl.
I'ndoubtully the greatest modern dis
covery in medicine is Dat'osta's Radi
cal Cure lor dyspepsia, sick headache,
sour stomach,' costiyeness, biliousness,
loss of appetite, distress after eating, and
all disorders caused by Indigestion or a
deranged liver, Its results are astonish
ing, und suro rellcl is guaranteed In
every case where it Is fulthlully used. It
tones up the stomach, regulates the
liver, restores tho natural appetite,
strengthens the delicate and expels all
morbid humors lrom the system. Ty
phoid and bilous fever might, in almost
every case, bo prevented by Its timely
use. Trial size 23 cents. A very few
doses will relieve, and a llttlo persever
ance cure you. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Tleas
ant Worm Syrup, which Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physic. Price 23 cents Try It.
During tho continuance ot tho Missis
slppl county fair which begins today at
Charleston Mo., thu Iron Mountain
Railway will run a special train lor the
accommodation .of tlioso desiring to
attend. Leaving Cairo at 8:30 a.m.
Returning to Cairo at 7:30 p.m., at re
duced rotes. J. C, ZlVMER, V,
lit . ', Agent.
JWS 1 1 l II i I aaaaaapaaMaai
1 hat Illaana Hrecda Diaeate
Is a notorious fact. It is therefore of vital
importance to check maladies iu their
birth, ore they have a chance to develop
other and more dangerous disorders. As
a means ol checking complaints which,
If allowed to proceed, finally disorder
tho entire system, Hostcttcr's Stomach
Bitters is a medicine tho use of which
cannot be too strongly urged upon tho
sick and feeble. Tho lunctioni are regu
lated by it, It insures tho acquisition of
vigor to the debilitated, and It substitutes
a cheerful condition of mind for gloom
and despondency. Dyspepsia, constipa
tion, liver complaint, and kidney and
bladder troubles yield to Its remedial In
fluence; It counteracts a tendency to gout
and rheumatism, and invigorates the
nervous. Moreover, it is derived from
purely botanical sources, and in this, as
In every other respect, Is superior to tl
mineral remedies of thu pharmacopoeia.
CHARTERED MARCH SI, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANE, CAIBO
A. B. 8AFFORD, President.
S I. TATLOH. Vice Preaident.
ijtfW. HTSLUP, Sec' 7 and Treaaum.
P.W. Ra.rci.ay, Chad. Gaui.bbb,
t. M. SToeaFLBTH , PaOlO. Schuu,
tt. H CrmnLrtoHAM. H. L. Hai.mpat,
J. M. Phillips,
TNTtllKST paid on depoaita at the rate of ill
x. inr cent . per annum, mtreu lat and nap lent-x-r
lat. Interest not withdrawn ia added Inune
liately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
riving them oomnound Interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
Open every busmeesday from 9a. tn. to S p.m.
i Satunlay evenlnira for eavtnga depoaita only
rum a to s o'clock.
W. HTBX.OP. Treaamrer.
City National Bank
W. P. HAUJDAY, Prealdent.
HKNUY L. HAXUDAT, VicePreal.
A. II. HArKORD, (jAahiet,
WAI TKK HYHLOP. Aaa't Caabler.
S. Staais Tatlou. K. if. CtromflDAH.
H L. Hallioat. W. 1'. OaUJDAT'
ti. I). WiLLiAAisoir, 8-rmpnm Hird,
A. i. SAFFOAD.
Exchange, Coin and United States
nonets aougni ana ooia.
DEPOSITS received and a general bank Ins
r Mroia, President. H. Wells, Cashier.
P. .Neil. Vice Pres'L X. J. Kertb, Aaal. aah'r
Oorner Commercial Ave. and 8t BtrtMt
K. IlroBS, Cairo. Wm. Kluge Cairo.
I'. .NeU', Cairo. Wm. Wolfe airo.
A. Susanku, Cairo. R.L.BillUuTaley.St.LoalS,
ti. Uudcr, Cairo. H. Wella, Cairo.
F. II. Hrlnkman, St. Louis,
J. T. Clcntson, Caledonia.
A General Bankloa; Unalneaa Don
rt-Exchnnge aold and bought. Interest paid
D the Savings Department. Collections wade,
nd all buain eai nrornvtlv attended to.
I Bill II
i m imm lit
St. Louis, Mo.
THOS. A. RICE, A.M. I. L.B.,)
JAB. BICE, A. at.,
I, II. uuuwuuu,
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIPJ $81 00
MOST Complete, Thorough and Fraction
count of Mtuily in the United Htatee a
course lndiapeniible to every young man em
barking B the lea ol life.
For Illustrated Circular,
THOS. A-KICK "A. II . I.. R..
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers' la
Foreign and Domeitlo
WINES OF AIA KllfDS
No. CO Ohio Levee,
MRSAR5. eiirrH a CO. loutaady
a bust alack f th bad food la Uw Bar
I, and give eatueclal attain. ti a lota Wbulaaala
aaun 01 in ovsitt.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
hpoclal Warrant No. 1.
Public notice ii liarebv elven lhat lha count
court of Alexander county hae rendered Judgment
for a apecial asaritment upon property btneitea
by the following- Improvements of ildewelk, m-wii;
North liiic 11th Ureal betwoea Commercial aveu
and roplar itreel
South side Uthirreet between Commercial avea
ue and Poplar .itreel
South tide 14th meet between Commercial aveaue
and Washington arena
norm hoc Htn Between Washington aveau and
Weat tide W&shinton ivmu. twlwn 1i,k .nj
southside 14th street kelwaen Wuhloaun ..
ue and Walnut street
East tide Washington avenac beiweea Ten
and Twelfth streets
W est side Poplat stmt between 11th aid ITtk
South side Sih street btwn WaMMn.
avenue and Walnut street
South side 7th street between Commercial arena
North aide ?U street between Commercial avena
and Washington avonue
ortri side nth street fronting Levee Itreel
Corner east side Commercial avenue north side
Coraer I.evre and 4ih street soutk slda
south tide 4th street between 1 C K M strip and
Corner Commercial avenue and south tide 2nd
Corner Lcvea street south side 8th street
North tide Hth street between Waihiagron av
enue and Poplar street
Corner Levee and 4ih I treats north tide
North aid lsta street between Washington avenue
and Walnut street
North side 18th street between Walnut and Cedar
Notth title 18th street between Live street and
IC RR strip
North side 18th Itreet between ICR K strip and
North side nh street between I C R R atrip aatd
South side 2mh street between Leve street and
ICR R strip
West tide Poplar street between 17th and lath
South side Sth street between J.evee street and
West tide Cedar street between Uth and liith
Weat side Levee street between Oth and I4th
As will more fully appear from the certified copy
of the judgment on lilc in the orhce of th clerk of
the city of Cairo, 111. That a warrant for the col
lection of such assessment i in the hand of th
undersigned. All persons interested are hereby
notified to rail and pay the amount assesacd, at
the collector's office, 12' Commercial avenue, wit tan
:t0 day from the date hereof.
fi. F. PARKER, Collector.
Dated this 24th day of August, A. it. 177.
STAVE MJLivAT AUCTION.
Ily virtu of an order of th Diatriit Court o
the United Stab a, for ti e Souther Diatrict t
JllinoiH, 1 will on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1877,
At the hour of eleven o'clock A. M., on th
premie, at I or nun, in th County ol John
aon, and State of Illinois, offer at public van
due, to the highest bidder, th fin stay null
lately owned and occupied by Crant Buah,
of Forman, Illinois, now Bankrupt, toa;thcr
wuh all th building and machinwy parbin
We have here, and will sell, everything which
i necessary, for enteriDir at one unon an ax.
tenaive busfneu in cutting stave and beading.
Among ui piopeny to ue oiq are tn follow
ing: A heavy two-story Irame building and
brick engine room attached, a steam eagia and
boiler, ten a team boxes, a Cameron swam pump,
with pip and hos attached, saw. grUidaioMa,
cara, an equaliiing machine, a atave cutting ma
chine, two stave Jointing machines, a acadiag
plaining machine, a heailing jointing maculae,
a heading turning machine, a steam klini alto
shiagl aw, equaliztng saws, concave aawa.
thick aawa, stav jointer knive. heading jointer
anivee, plainers, etc i also a Blacksmith shop
and tools, a barn and hay room, cooper shop
and barrel shop, and all necessary sheds for
storing material i together with a lease-hold la
te reet in live acres of land, on which th abov
deacrlb d building stand. Th leas running
upwards of twelve yean. Facilities for ahln-
ping are unsurpassed. A switch of lb Vin
otnne railroad run directly alongside of the
abed used for storing material. Then I plenty
ol good timber near tbia mill, and a steady and
euuauiui uvHianu jur an in bioca is can turn
Look out for a bargain. Now 1 ti. tint to
buy. From thi time forward business can b
dune upon a rising market,
TKRMs OK SALE. -One-third cash In hand,
one thind In six months, and one-third la
twelve monthe from the day of sal, th de
ferred pavmenta to draw aix per cent interaatt,
and to be secured by UsorihTioiran personal
lecuiity. Inquiries can be addressed to the
nnderalgned at Cairo, Illinois, or to JobaL.
Mulvey, at Formaa, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills., Sept., 1, ls77 Assignee.
Notice it herebv liven that bv virtue of an order ni
the diatrict court of the United States for the
Southern district ofl Uinoia, in the matter ef
Claiborne Winston, bankrupt, I will on th
14th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1877,
at the front door of the court house in Cairo, Alex
ander county, Illinois, commencing at 10 o'clock a.
m.,aellat public auction the following described
teal estate, of the said Claiborne Winston, to-wit:
Undivided set section fl township lining
Undivided se sw; section 21 township to
range 2 west
L ndivided X nw seetion 36 township 14 range t
NKst'J section 11 township 14 range 2 weat
Sw "i sw)4 section 20 township li ranges west
SwK te; section 31 township 15 range Sweat
Nes secnon 12 township 16 range 2 west
NwX iti section 21 township U rang 3 weat
EH nwX section 24 township 14 range $ west
NeT se'4 section 4 township 16 range Sweat
Sw.Hf section 20 township IS range 1 west
1LV nw section ai township 16 range Sweat
KV, nwl, section 29 township 10 range I weat
S w4 secnon 35 township 14 range 2 weat
N w V4 lection 13 township IS range 3 west"
W S nw) section 7 township Hi range 1 west
NwK section ao township 1G range I weat
Nw m section SO township IS range 1 weat
Ne at section 20 township lb range 2 west
Se ka ne!i section 21 township li range 2 west
All in Alexander cunty Illinois.
Se section 1 township 15 range 2 east
Se corner oi swK section 1 township 15 rang
In the the county of Pulaski and Stale of Illinois.
Lots 22. 2'.. 20. 29 and M. in block . and lot 2.
in block 81, and lou 3u and HI, in block 33, all in th
first addition to the City of Cairo, county of Alea
ander, and State of Illinois.
Lots 23. 24. 25. and K ia th Hotel Addition to
the City of Cairo aforesaid.
The terms of the sale are One-fourth cash aost
the balance in three equal payments at sin, twelve
ano eighteen months, with seven per cent Interest,
secureubydeedot trust oa premises aolib
Bids for any of said real estate will be received
up to day of sale by M.J. Hewleyor Saaancl P.
Wheeler at Cairo, J, TAYLOR SMITH.
Aug. 20th 187. Aaaignee.
NOTICI TO CONTRACTORS
Omen or ran Citt Ci.arot, I
Cairo, 111., Sept. ii, Ml. I
Snefial nroDOsala will b received at thi otflc
mil o'clock p. m., Thureday, Sept.So, 177,
for the tilling and grading of Walnut straet
between Eleventh and Fourteenth street. Also
of Sixth street between Washington avno and
The amount of fill in each to be See hundred
yards, and mad under the supervision and U
rectioa ot the committee on street.
Proposal wiU b received for aoh, or bath
Th right to reject any or all bids i reserved.
J.B. rHUJUS, CttyClerk.
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