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.ilfiO BUSINESS HOUSES.
.vse. Any imtitieat llrm can kuv thru-line
fiv, in thin column under uiiroiriata heeding
liberate ol fl.Ali per- Hiriiiltior tliperycur
llnrdwarn, Moves ami Tin Ward
A. HALI.KY-Deaier In Stoves, Tin and Hani
re, Usiilen ami f uriiiPi'a' Imiileiiieutii, Wire
h;uuh, iieiritfernloia, rumps ami uiiiiera,
1 1 I'ouiineri'.tul Avenue. ijUiteniiK, HU'I Juu
Wura done uu auurluuliee, t
.1. S.M'lUHEY-lieuleilnliarilnnd anft lum
. HowliiKi ceiliwr, ai'liug Bnil aurUn-l
iiiiiiiwr. mill mi l siiiukIcj. Mllke ami yurl
neuueiii ueimii'i nuaiilUKI"li avenue
LANCASTER A UIL'KIlnilrl In ...O,
loom, blinds, etc. hard awl null lumber aul
mngies. 1 urn ami ulnce, tMiiiiuerrial avenue,
inner 17th alieel.
I). llAltT.MAN-Kiultrliiiii-.iirtWiire, Tuya,
Laii.pa ali'l all klliiln of lanc.y urth !, I onmi' r-
ul avenue, corner 4li )Mit,
WILLIAM WINTKll-Sixlli afreet between
Junmierclel avenue ami Washington avenue.
Clothing nnd .vtrrvliniit Tailoring.
JOHN AM'UIM-Mcr.Jiatit Tailor ami .l.ul. r
In Heady MudeCluthinfr. "a uliiu Leve.
Ileal Lslitte Agent'lr.
M. J. HOWLKY-Reul Haute A Kent. Itiiyt
l.d sell tA i-HUlr, collects tenia, .uyt taxes
lor iiuii-reiuiletitH.etc. Commercial avenue, Le
Iweeii Ninth aiul Tenth streets.
4'omiiiUaioa MereliHii la.
M INKLE aTIIISTLKVVOO II
Cottoii aii'l Tobacco Factors ami rru-
i. lietorH of the lamina' T'obuoo Warehouse,
ii Coniililiiereiul Avenue.
t'ASI'EU YOSJ- '
j lieneral Forwarding ami Oimiii.ii-ion
ii. trilianl, lor the Hale of Faun, Ijunltii, r
hanl amHialry I'roduce. tn Levee.
fi A. WIIKEI.'X K & HI,- "
i tietienil Forwarding an1! ( oinnilsslnn
mrrehunts, ami dealers in all kimla of Fruit ami
Produce, lit Ohio Levee. Lonaifrniiienti solic
ited, humila turnulied on appliration ,
K. r. Hunker Bitter Wlun of Iron.
This truly valuable t-mlc baa been m thurT
ousniy ie-uii oy an cjaeaet or the community
mat ii in now (reeiuei iiimaiwnrittiiie. us a tome
medicine. It coats but Utile, i.uriil.a il.e
I. lift! ami aire tone te the etoinaiii, renovate
i ne system sou prolongs Hie A very body
should have it.
for the cure of Weak .Stoinae.lia, ticneral Ile.-
iiiiiit, in'UKeallon, uieaai: ol ttic Momach
ami lor an taaen reituriug a tonic
Ihla wlue iucluilea the moot uyre ali!e ami
eiUcient aalt ol iron w tMjs -t.ilrie oi
liianiieiic onide coiubineil ith the mntt ener
Keiic of all reKHahle luWrj-IclUiW 1'eruv.un
i'o you want lomctliioR to ttienxthtn you ;
Uu tou want a j anie
lo you want io Kei ml ol wrvoiutiieiia i
tut you want eni rity
Io you want to alrap well
Do you want to huilil up your conatitution ;
Do yod want to leei wejl I
1 o you want a hriek ami vig-oroiit f. .'
If yxi i o, try hCMvfcl.'b HI 1 1 hit 1st:
I only aik a trial of tliia Kreat iin-.Ii. itn''
lie ware ol eunpTti.it, .1 kunkei'a Itittir
Wineii. Iron ii Hie only turn anil elli i tuul
n uiMiy io the known wot. I lor the permanent
cute ol lyapaia ami lability, ami a there are
a numlier of iiiiilntion olteteil to the puliiie,
I would caution the cnrnriiiiiiily to pnri tiie
.one tint the grrnuine article, liumul wnrri-.l tty
K. Kili.kel, aii.t l.initlL' III" atump on the cork
ot etery bottle. 'I lie very la-t that ollirrH are
;ryinr to imitaie this valuable iu-ln:inc, prnvt
ita worlhami fMkii voiuiiiea in it Uvr. Let
lliefrenuine. K. K. Kunkel'ri.
foi only in HI botlkt. Moiil hv iliuireinta
nd ilealera every where. K. K hiini.el, fti-
Frietnr, t-jJ North Ninth llreet, 1 hlloilrlphia,
TAl'K WOHM RKMOVKO ALIVK.
-Ileal and ill r,ou.pUt in two lioun. No
lee till heal paaeei. r-eat, I'm ami Moinui'h
ono removeil hy Hr. k.inel, i S.,nh
Ninth ttreeu l'hilalelhia, fa. ren.l fur cir
cular n"r am you lrUKKi-t for a lxittle ol Iir.
Kiwkel'i Worm Syrup, it never Isdt. Htuul
I'arkaum ot Brat ami tomfurt f it
Mra. Henry Ward Iteecher, whnf c lionn
hohi knowledge anl perfect linmty mi
one ')reuui(' to doubt, rcrominiTj.l lion-.-keepers
to n Wahliie, tlienew-tilutittiti;
lur aoap. Hhe Myt i-lif is j.leaM'd with it.
1 1 h u jiteA cier ol time and lulmr, and
hid no more injure t luili.ng than eoiuuiou
warm water. Mr. Ut. Iter i ri'lit.
Wa-hlne hai many threat adv:inti'n otcr
aoap. It Waeliel 10 onu-tliird of the tunc.
It alnio-t entirely doe an ay with rubblr.i;.
U aTies U4 wed lb hard water a eutt. Jt l
the only artMo known that will preveti
wooli im trom hbrinkinir. utherartli'len an
c i.t fotnewliit In wa.ilii), but they injure
the dothei.. Wanhine positively will not
These are aonie ol the qualities whtrh
havetnade Wanhine ko popular anion:; tho
Intelligent h.)llekeepet a ot Ameriea. All
who arc not udln Wanbine will not regret
It if they take fpei ial pains to proeiirc and
V'ive It a trial, l'r ice, .'i and 10 ceuU. Sold
by all troeera.
L-- ' - -
ilnppv relief Pi oni youn men Ir
the eifeeta of errors and abusea in
() H early life. Mulilioo'l Itestorcd. I Hi- Q
LjJ Q iliiient to rum rion. removed, y
mJ New method of trintiiicnt. New
C and remarkable remedies. II.A J
cxejjj and circulars cent I'm.' In i-calctl W
r-"" enveloiM's. Aildi-nH llnwARii As- 5?
CO B sH iATloM,4rJ N. Ninth et. 1'liilu- M
1 delphia. I'a. An institution huv- m
M itttf u liiifh ret.uti.l inn lor lioio.r. eH
able conduct and iiruleasional
!-.v jii .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R
L QUICKEST ROUTE
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
1:10 p.m. Kaat P.xpresn, arriving in St.
Louis rji.'iU p. ui.; Chicago, a.m.
J.20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
' v VILLE FAST LINE
Arrivinffl n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, H:2S,.m.; Indianapolis, 4;li"i a.m.;
l'asHcngcts hy thin train arrive nt above
OF ANY OTfiEB BOUTE.
lj30"p. m. Fust Mail with alccpera attach
' ed." for .ST. LOUIS ami CHICAGO,
arriving in hi, loula at U:iiO a.m. thl
eairo at 4.:I0 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Kllingbam lor Ciuviunatl, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
fkBSCDKcrs by this lino no through to
the East without any delay caused by
The SATURDAY ArTKRNOON TRAIN
KKOM CAIRO ARIUVKS IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MORJS'INU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHER ROUTK.
Advertlsementt of competlnc llnei that
they make better time than this one, aro
are imued either through ignoranco or a
desire to mislead the public.
r'or through tickets and iniormation,
tpply at Illinois Central R. II. Depot, Cairo.
TRAINS AHRlVa AT Al0
Cipreat. ,.,., mhIIiMp nt
Jail ......(. l:a.m,
J AS. JOHNSON,
Gen'l Southern Agt
H. Jonis. Ticket Agt.
r I .: .
Ub-OiHii' B00IE'i lK9
l liekiilrbtt of the aho oriler llu't
at their hall the llr-t un.l llni.l MoiuIhv
u e;n:h in .tilll. Collillielulul itlenue. L.I ilo..
aoiitli of Klh aireet, ai n p m.
lullM II. IIOI.WIH, (i, fi. M.
(Nrr. AHCALOM J.OUOK, NO. r,l
ji KniKhw ol ryt'ilai, raeetn every Tri
,l"y n'M " hjUI'-iiui avtn. tu Oihl-
Vkky l"HiJrta' Hall. ilowa,
XjiJe t.liauiii.lijr Coiiiiiiumkr.
atirft, ALKXANUKK I.ODUK, NO. !E!4.
imlept'ii'lrut Onler of Oild-lfel-VjwJvVS
Iowa. im'U. every 'i hnrmltty DiKht
SJ!r ai !,(! anven, in tlier hall on
jmiim n:in aviiiur, Mween hiithanj HevontU
iruu K, I. Kruoiiu. N. O.
'WIKO KNflAMPMKNT, I. O. O. T.. meeta
viu (liM-lfelloWa' Hall on the II Miami tlilrj
iu. .iii) in every Iiiiiotli, ot liulf-puflt Haven
A. l oMINUH, U 1
A ( Alttul.tllMiK. NO.tff.A.K. ili
vp'v' Hohl rivulur ojiniiiiiiiirmtiuua in Ma
trnoi.lr Hull, corner tmiiiiercial aveuue
'ami hit'htli air.it, on the aecond anil
oiirin iH.imiuv ol imeh inoiiili.
It AT IS Or" AVKHTIIU.
flT All biill for mlv. rtniinif, are due and .ny-
abla Lrt AUVANca
Transient advertinini: will he insetted at lh
rale of Jl i0 rsiuri! lor the Hrot Itm-rtlon
and 'J cents lor iw.h uUeo,ue:it one A lilnrai
liMu,uiit will he nu.de on btundin uud dir.,l
f'r insertiiiK Kuiienil notii V W) Notice ol
nnwtiriK of aocietiim or tw i ret orders So wnU for
ai li insertion
Church, Society, TcitiviU aiid Supper notice
will only he inflerte.i ks ailvertlseiin nta
Ko advertisement will be received at leas than
) cenm. and no advertiwuient will lie Inserted
ir lest, than three dollar J per month
KK tl. IH MI.M.NN .OTII KH
Of oni; sijiian; (H lines rijiai.e) or more, in
aertcil in the Hcllktim as follows : U:nn
tlmn one snuure counted as a Mjuare.)
One iiiriertloii ii r niiiare $ 50
Two Insertions per Miuiiie 75
Three insertions pi r square 1 00
Six insertion per square 1 75
Two weeks per square n 2 50
Olio month per square.. H 50
Hfiecial rate miulo on lurti ailverti
rnotits or for lon" r time,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owir? to Iho present lmrd time ami
i-i'iin ity ol money, 1 will, alter tbii date,
11 llren.l lit SOe. ier dozen, or a
f.oavpa lor Cents.
AIo C'akt. l'ic-, etc., at pn.portloiiiiely
lliei-e t;nn.! bie of Hie very l,e-t in the
eily, and will r. eoiuilu nd lliem:les as
I V'' 'r li rs irotn al.rou l wi'l receive
I U S.N K KRATKY,
1'iop'r l. tiion li:ikery,
oimneri ml Ae.. In t. 4 11, and l,lh fit.-.
an o, Angu-t ii, l77
View of Marriage !
AOuidvtO WAdiooc trl
crijiit-nriii iriiliie uu lfi
ltn- til mtmtff tiia llic
(i-(t,t nt, fit kr it ill,
ercu vf Kpro0iJC-tioil inl
l'h.' Dlteuaca of Wtan.
A bl-t'k tor pMVat?, rotr'Kl-
,.h l-H.VAIt MhDIC.L ADVISER!
i m III a.fiTMTt'fi a Private Nature ar.t.nj; irt.m flolf
Atttice. ExecMi-t, or ttff -ret Dikensc-w, Uu U.t bed
A CUNH.'AliLECfUHEt .i il.e ir 4 Vkm in -J
tU.t t.4 t:,r ThrcMittixj l.uiiittt, Catarili,liuutbre. Ui
Ojtmm Xldbit.t.1 , firirt- )i i :
)... r txx.fci tit a"cf t Mi 'in rr-r!pt Ol pr'f: Or t'l thfW.
'rintnuy Mra,''t, In ttrtifnl :.itiat f . jnr i !.
AOutvw V&. LUriJ, .Nv U.S. biutsi. bt. Ivcui., ilo.
N.YTl'KliAY, September 22, 177
'I enclier' i:nimnHtinii.
'l'lu re will lie it public rxaniitifition of
teittVr-, lii'l'l ft', tlic high p:1io"1 liuilJ
on Kriil iy and Sattirilay, thu 2ih ami
ot Si ptemher.
Mrs. 1 A.Taviii:,
( outitv Siiiiiriiiteii'li.'iit.
fV.iro, September 17tli, 1n7.
I itir.a II itliH- t'itll nuil Try lliein.
Ii;ivinx iliseiiareil Ir. Lower ni.il
letiovati.'il my bath rooni, with tlioadili
li'in of a new receiver nlti r the latest
and most convenient style, 1 nli.ill take
great pleasure in giving baths cither
medicate. or o:lierwi-e, to all who may
nail on me.
1 in IM:. I. Ai:ti:k.
The I iirocieitu Hotel-llediietloii In
Mis. ll.iny Walker, proprietress of
the Kiiropeim Hotel, being well aware
ol the stringency of money, lias reiluced
rates to all who mny wish regular board
to sixteen dollers per month or four dol
lars per week, lur day board, in con
nection with the European Hotel i a
first class restaurant, where oysters,
game end all other delicacies will be
served at all hours during day or night.
F.d. l'.raxton has returned to his old
stand in the Iieiaer building, where lie is
better prepared Until ever to accommo
date his patrons and the public who
may favor him witli a call. lie has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
lie lias provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to m style aiid will receive
courteous treatment. ' ' tf
Worth Its WcUlil lit t,olil,
I ndoubtedly the greatest modern dis
covery iu medicine is Dat'osta'a Uadi
cal Cure lor dyspepsia, sick headache,
sour stomach,; costiveness, biliousness,
loss of appetite, distress after eating, ami
till disorders caused by indigestion, or a
deranged liver. Its results aro astonish
lug, nnd suro relict is guaranteed In
every case where it is faithfully used. It
tones up the stomach, regulates the
liver, restores tho natural appetite,
strengthens tho delicate and expels all
morbid humors trom 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, nnd a littlo persever
ance cure you. Sold by Marclay firos.
Also agents for l'rof. Tarkcr's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which Is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physic. Price 23 cents Try It. . ,
tii'iiiiKl I It Ilia,
-Don't Hiiyljoily wittit to te comity
Tlie tenth 8trw tfiiiiii)iti "till out of
tlx. Fix It.
'Squire John C arter, ol .Mound City
was in attendance at circuit court yectcr
'1'ltn Johnson county llepiiblieam
huvo nominated Juik Ivuykendall lor
Will Smith will leavi Cairo for St,
Louis to-day. Ilegoes to attend the St,
Louis Medical College.
U. M. Alden, it is iiid, will return
Io Cairo chortly. He will go into the
eointiiiioti business here.
It In said that Mr. A. Cotuinj's eon
templates being a candidate fur County
biiperiiitendcnt ol school.
- It U said that a hore race will take
place a', the park to-day. We do not
know anything about the particulars,
Mrs. S. 1'. II' heeler and family re
turned homo from Sheboygan on Thurs
day. Mrs. H'heeler is much improved
Dr. Hull's llaby Syrup U is rccoiu
mended by all druggists as being a pure.
Iy vegetable and reliable preparation for
baliie?. Price cents.
Jtiilgo l!ns adjourned probate
court yesterday. The amount ol busi
ness transacted during the term was
considerable and most of it important.
The Pudticah fair commences on next
Tuesday and will continue live days.
The races will take piano on Thurdav,
when a number of Cairo people i; Xpert
to go up.
Mr. Scott ( uiible, of Hazlewood pre
cinct, is an aspirant for the ofllce of
County Commi-sloner, and wo under
stand is now about urging his claims lor
A musical entertainment by the
young people at Social Hall, Villa Hidge,
will he given on Tuesday evening, the
2"ith init. The entertainment will con
sist of music, tableaux, etc.
ol. Shaver has removed from
Mound City, and as we. are informed has
taken up his abode in one of the email
towns on the line of the Cairo, Arkan-as
and Texas railroad lu Missouri.
Whj wants to be coroner"? The
county commissioners have declared
the ollice vacant and ordered the county
clerk to give notice that an election tor
coroner will take place this fall.
Services will be conducted by the
Hector to-morrow tit the Episcopal Chur
ch at the usual hours Subject of
morning sermon "Why should l go t'
hurch"F. veiling Capital and Labor.
Mr. George O'Hara will open his
new stork ot drugs in the Nasanna
building at the comer of Eighteenth
street and Commercial avenue. He ex
pects to be ready for business in a few
The university at Carbondale, up to
Tuesday ht, had one hundred and fifty
ftinlenis registered for the coming term.
This is a larger attendance than at any
former term since the opening of the
The sidewalk repairers are on the
go continually and work early and laUs
and yet it seems impossible to keep the
walks in repair. The work of keeping
fifteen or sixteen miles of -idewalk in re
pair is no eay taek.
'Jdite a large parly of Cairo people
went to Charleston. .Missouri, yesterday
to attend the fair. A game of base ball
was played on the fair grounds between
n party ol Cairo boys and the Charleston
club during the afternoon.
N'e understand that Tony Cella,
and Mr. Frank Warren, both of whom
were burned out in the recent lire at the
corner of Eighteenth Street and Com
merci d avenue, are making arrange
ments to rebuild at an early day.
A floater found in tlia Mississippi
river at the junction ot the old and new
leyees, was hurried yesterday morning
by direction ot Mayor Winter. The
mayor says the lloater was a Cninaman:
nnd now the question arises where the
devil did the Chinaman come from?
On the second page of this morning's
ISi.'LLKtin we publish the first installment
of the proceedings of the County Com
niissioucrs court at their last term, com
mencing on the first Monday in Septem
ber. The balance of the report, about
one column, will appear to-morrow morn
-Lead, Uisniuth and Zinc are im
mensely usctul in the industrial arts; and
as immensely Injurious when applied to
the skin to beautify it or to remove
pimplee, blotches, etc., from it. Dr.
Bull's Wood Mixture is the great purify.
lug agent of the blood, giving clearness
ot complexion and removing pimples,
Mrs. P. M. Pillsbury, medical
electrician of St. Louts, is stopping at tho
St. Charles Hotel. Mrs. P. is one of the
best medical electricians in the South
west, is wonderfully successful in her
treatment of chronic diseases ot all des
criptions by tho uso ofelec.trio thermal
baths, lie advise all who are all ic ted to
give her a call.
The party last evening at tho St.
Charles Hotel under the auspices of the
Ladles Library Association, brought , to
gether one ot tho largest and most select
audiences that ever assembled in the spa
clous tlhilng hall of thit hotel. The sup
per served was excellent, and indeed tho
whole n flair from beginning to end was
a grand success. The ladies of tho as
sociation have reason to feel proud ol the
success of this, their first party ot the
M. P. Hincs, says the Johnson
county Yeoman, an old and respected
citizen living near Tunnel Hill, hung
himself on H'cJnesday last. He took a
rope nnd told his wife be was going to
an old hoiiHu near by to get some lodder.
He utald uiiiibtmlly long, and the family,
desirous ot knowing tho c.ui-c of his de
lay, sent some one over to see, and to
their great astaiilshinciit, he was found
suspended between heaven and earth,
with hit neck broken. His hat was
hanging up in the tree. It appeared as
though he had climbed the tree an I
secured one end of tho rope, to a limb
and fastened tho other end around hhi
neck.Biid then leaped out. The eau-e
of this rash act is not yet known,
In tho circuit court, with the con
clusion of the case of tho people .
Easley and Allen, on a charge, of rob
bery, the criminal docket was ilispn ed
ot ior mis term, aiut it mice j,,ys
and a half tHul in which every inch of
tlio ground of the case was hotly cm,.
tented, thejury lu the case of the par
ties above named rendered a verdict of
not guilty, and tho prisoners were oi-:-
harged. Veslerday morning the civil
docket was taken up, and the flr.-t ca.-e
gone into was that ot E. C. l!Le vs.
the Cairo and St. Louis railroad com
pany. Mr. Hico was nt ons time, per
haps m 1n73, under the liiirnsidc tmo-
agement, the civil engineer ot the ruad,
and tho suit now pending is lor ser
vices. Messrs. Mulkey, Linegar it
Lansden appear for Mr. llicu and S. P.
Wheeler, sq., and Messrs. jfJrtii &
Gilbert lo the road. The case will
probably coutinuo several days.
More of thoaa Fine Mobile Oyateia at
Bproat'a To-Day. Call at Twelfth and
Levee and he aatiafiod. 2t
Letter I.M .
The following are the letters remain-
tig uncalled for at tho postolllu at Cairo,
Illinois, Saturday, September 22, 1S77.
Cuaey, Lizzie; Coal, Eva: C.taka,-Ella;
CeuiioM, Julia; JJolao, Maggie; Davis Cath
arine; Derrr, . u.; ryla, lle.nc; Ken-
kicks, fearah; r itzgerald, Fannie; Hayes
M. J.; Humphries, Fannie; Hailoek, J. M.;
Harrii, Clara; Jack, SIl)i; Moteo, Martha;
MaJy, -Mary; Jlnad, Fannie; llonus, GIIIIs;
Kohinson, Sarah; Snow, Sue 41.; Whit
iile. Lucy; Warren, Alice.
Anderson, Jordan; Ar:her, Louis JWin-
chard, Allen; -arry, David I!.; Iluckner,
ioo. .).; Kjadley, I W Coleman, James;
Casey, JohLsun; Duncan, C. F.; Frizell,
jiirn. L.CV1: uuiuiiiHiin. it. i- : l inn.
Oi'k, W. S.; Krity, John; Moore, Horace;
MeClatehy, Wat.; Owen, ltans; Oliver, J.
It.; Phillips .V Johnson; Kiehard", Anyus
tus; Smith, J. M.; Smith, ltuit A.; Kchul
kfk'e.1, Wm.; Scott. Kaiisom; Tiptoe, P. K.;
Woodbouse, J. 13.; Wilson, John.
O. VT. McKtAHi, P, M.
-More of those Fine Mobile Oysters at
Bproat'a To-Day. Call at Twelfth and
Loveeand ba satisfied. 2t
Itie Cen fro l Vli.-ilily.
The lite of the flesh and the brain, the
bones and the muscles, is the blood. It
Is the centre ot itallty, the nutriment ol
the system. Not only mil it it be pure, but
rich, in order to retain health. In the
lecble and devitalized, the lite current is
watery and the circulation sluggish. The
muscles ol such persons lack soliiiity.the
nerves are weak, the y lage haggard, nnd
the eyes lti.-treles. A course ot Hostct
fer's Stomach Bitters, however, improves
not only the health but the appearance
of the debilitated and nervous. Nutri
tion tho become s complete because diges
tion receives an ImpettH from this be.
nignant tonic, which fertilizes the blood,
brings back ''the rose tint of health" to
the wan cheek, brightness to the eye,
and gives power ol endurance to the
mu-cle. Invalids, hasten to use !
A six-octave piano; an old one hut of
good tone, and in good ordi r.
Also lor sale, upholstered parlor lur
niture. K. S. Kh.NT,
II'. U. Telegraph Ul'ice.
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The causes which
produce it aro such as cold, irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
Ac. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural implements are manu
factured, the grinder protects his lungs
lrom the Injurious ellccts of tho dust
lying oil the grindstone by wearing a
respirator. The coal miner ere lie de
scends the shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against lire-damp.
Now It is equally necessary for those
who are brought in contact with any ol
the causes leadiDg to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, the home stomach bitters.
- More of those Fine Mobilo Oysters at
Sprout's To-Sav. Call at Twelfth and
Levee and be satisfied, ' t
l or Item,
Dwellings No. 3, 0, 7 and !) ol Winter's
Kow, ' rooms each, In first-class condi
tion. $10 per month.
lit M. J. HowLKY, Agent.
Save your money by calling on J. S.
Mcliahey, corner of Twentieth strcetand
Washington avenue. Extra Inducements
offered on sidewalk lumber lor the next
thirty days. Also ono carload choice
cypress shingles at bottom prices lw
Kstute ol Louis illattcau, deceased.
The undenlKncd, bavlnz been appointed
Executrix of the last Will and Testament
ol Louts lllattoau,late of the County of Alex
ander and State of Illinois, deceased, here
by gives notioe that she will appear before
tho County Court ot Alexander County, at
the Court House in Cairo at the October
Term, on the lint, Monday In October next,
it which time all persons having claims
Wtlnst said Eitatc are notlllud and request
ed to attend for tho purpose ot having tho
same adjusted. Ail perilous Indebted to
uid Estate are requested to make immedi
ate payment to tho undersigned.
Dated this 24th day of August. A. D. 1677.
Cv ". Executrix.
kSJtl.AHV. PMwiuirtH taiema
a i V at sr KBn.Mi ... ..u hi(,i..i)o.nu uarii.
a, as I Suaw St., VWalsBtll,
MiiNAi. HKRVICK KKI'OKT.
r, itt. t. nr.
1 x a
6 11 II II
1 11 0 0
ii x a
i j l
JAMES M. WATSON,
Serutant Signal Service, U. S. A .
The Port Kuds and barges arrived
from the south yesterday.
liu-hiess was very dull yesterday.
There was not a slutde arrival during
the whole foreiioon.
The Capitol City found only ." feet at
Hnrat; Tail, but C feet elsewhere. She
bad a fair trip tor the sottlli.
The Hickory passed to St. Louis yes
tt May with n big load of stave timber
and a barge loaded with tho same.
The loss on the (J rand Republic was
f 200,000 and Insurance $.j0,2.'.0. The loss
on the Carondelet was $4."i,000; Instir.
The iiee and b trces arrived from St
Louis yesterday und the Atlantic was
expected last evening. Ono ot them
will go bick to St. Louis.
The Cons Millar has gone Into the ex
curslon bu-ineas at Memphis, and takes
a large party to tho regatta that Is to
take place near there to-day.
1 he tek sburg Herald of Wednesday
says: "There is nothing but mud now
where thu government gauge is, the
water having receded from it, and this
accounts for the absence of our local re
port." That's a nice tlx to be In!
The John A. Scudder Is to take the
place of the Grand Ppublic in the Mem
phis and New Orleans trade, and will do
well. The Gtd,fbtwmt of St. Lnula.
says that it Is believed that ( apt. Hicks
and Alf Ginison will bav.e another
steamer beore Saturday night to take
the place of the Carondelet.
A havy fog prevailed night bclore last
making navigation impossible. The Stc
Genevieve tried to get away lor Mem-
phis but was compelled to feel her way
back, und remain at the wharf until C:30
yesterday morning. In the city, toward
midnight, it was thick like a heavy storm
and settled on one's whiskers like light
The Silyerthome night before last
brought 00 tons furniture and sundries.
The pile driver that has been at work
on the Incline, opposite tho wharf boat
fur several days, was towed down to
Filmore City by the McCotnb yesterdav.
which threw the boys on Front street
who have been busy watching her oper
ations, out of employment. They looked
yesterday as thoutth they had lust some
thing. From the Memphis Appeal of the 20th:
The new Hob Lee whariboathas been
assigned n place at the foot of Court
stret t, where the is now safely moored,
with those immense head, stern epring
ami breast chains, all securely fastened,
and her capacious stages out, ready for
business. As we previously stated, she
has been thoroughly repaired and
supplied with all the modern con
venience necessary to complete the out
fit of the best appointed wharlboat, such
as is an indispensable necessity at this
port. The ilob Lee whartboal Is 300 feet
long, 4 i feet beam, with a cargo-box 200
fct in length, 52 feet In breadth, the
side-walls extending three feet on the
guards on cither side. Her freight
capacity is l,5ti0 tons."
I'lTTsiiLRti, I'a., September 20. -The
.Monongahela gauge-marks Indicate 23
inches in the channel, and falling slowly.
There is a great demand for light
draught boats. Two or three would do
a land-ofllco business. Tho hull of the
steamer Buckeye is pronounced one ol
tho best jobs ever turned out here,
lioat-building is quite brisk, nnd several
new contracts are on tho eve
of completion. The large and line
barges, Iron-clad and Iron Duke, built
at Freedom for Gray's Iron Line will
be launched as soon as tho water rises
suflleiently to permit of their being
dropped into the stream. The boilers of
the steamer Klisha Uennett, sunk last
January during the flood and Ice lloe,
which were found iust below dam No. 4,
Monongahela slack water, will be remov
ed next week by dipt. Kerr, who will
use his crane-boats for that purpose.
3 AFFORD MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
. City national Bank Building;, up-itain. '
7he Oldast Established Auenoy In South 3
rn Illinola, repraaantliiaT ovor .
165 000 000
STRATTON & BIRD,
Oommi ssion Merchan
Aostm akbrioan rowoi o
57 Ohio Lavree.
Tir. . auxin
, Physician & Surgeon,
' Otfleeln Winter's Mock, eorner . Hsrsnth and
Commercial Avenue, (en tram dn Seventh.
sUsidanoaTblrtssnlB strati, rst Of Washington
; , ' I ' i
l, i v. v
CHARTERED MARCH SI. 18t9
OITT NATIONAL BANE.CAIBO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President.
8. 8. Ta.fL.OK. Vios President.
CbdaVV. HYHLOr, See'T and Treasurer.
P.W. IUhclat, CnAa. GiXK.au,
f. M. Stockflitb, PaclO Scara,
ft. II. CtnmiJiainK, H. L. EUllibit,
J. M. Puuxtrs.
INI EltKST paid on deposits at ths rate oi six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Bap Win
xir 1st . Interest not withdrawn is added imm
liatelv to Uie principal of the deposit, ttaerabv
living- them oorujioiuid interest
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Own every buainesartaT flrnmfta.m. tnln.m.
ad Ssiunky sveniniis for saving, deposits onlT
e.itu H tn M n'ilM.a
W. HTSXOP. Traaamrar.
City National Bank
TV. P, fl ALU DA T . President.
HEN It T I.. RaXLlbAT, VloaPrasl.
A . II . 8 KfrORD. Cashief.
WAI TKEt HY8LOP, Ass' I Cashier.
8. flTAita TiTXOB, R. H. Co kllfABAat.
11 I.. IUuuoat, W. J". HaXMOAI
U. l. WiixiaMuo, Btbphbn Bud,
A. o. SAVroan,
Exohange, Coin and United SUtei
isonai isoagm ua noia.
DEPOSITS received and a (antral banktaf
r Krots, President. H. Wells, Cashiar.
P. NeJI, vice 1'res't. T. J. Kertb, Asst. ash'r
mm wm mi,
Corner Conimerolal Awa.aa.dat Btraot
r, ISroaa. Cairo.
Wm. Kluaw laiso.
f. Nell, Cairo.
lie i atro.'
A . Susanka, Cairo. R. L. BllUnptley, St.
liu.ler, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
r. H. nrinkman, St. Louis,
J. T. Clenison, Caledonia.
1 Urueral Btsnkloa; Baalateaa Otfai
sF3F.xchanire sold and bought. Interest paid
n me savings Liepaxtnient. coueouoiui
ad all bualnest oroiuDtlv attended to.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealart la
Foreign and Domeitio
I VIA EM OF ALIs KHVD
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
ifESSRS. SMYTH CO. have eonttantly
LVJL a larfre stock ot the best foods In the mar
et, and give eapecial attention to the Wholesale
anch of the buaiaeaa.
St. Louis, Mo.
(EatabMei in 1659.)
IE08. A. BICE, A.X.I. I.B.,)
US. SICE, A. X..
7, H. HUB WOOD, .
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP.1 $81 00
TlfOST Comiilete. Thorough and Praetlca
Xvx course oi
course of Htudy lu the United States a
course Imiispeudible to every young man em-
latrklng on the tea of life,
For Illoitratad Circular,
TI10S. A.RICR."A. M..L
0. D WILLIAHSOIT,
And Dealer la
V. 18 OHIO LIVES.
FK t.lL tin Mid tlva icoMliawamtaand
til In oiiltrs
Dealer in Fresh Heat
Batweaa VMhlatrkM tvmsCOiswaiawsaai
AT IvtatoUalM HMIbV . ,
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT t NOTICE.
Special Warrsnt No. 1.
Public arnica is hsteby firm thai Ihs cawty
court sr A kxandar county kas Raarrad JudfaMui
for a special assessment upon property tasaaaa
by th bllowinft lmprvemati tf sidewalk, la-ariii
North aids 11th i tract txtwota Ccnmsrcial araau
and f oplar street
soutn tliia litn itrut betwaea Commercial
ue and Poplar street
Beuthaide u'h t Vrfrffim fnmrmrrlal I thus
and Wuhlnftsn avenue
North side 14th betweea Wuhlnftoa tveau, and
Wait tide Washlntoa avenue ketweea 11th aad
SouhVoltthtretl between Washtaetoa avea
ue aad Walnut inset -
'd; Whingloa aveaue betweea featk
and Twelfth ttrcets
West tide Poplar street between Uth and 17th
South tide 8th street between Watklactoa
aveaue and Walnut street
South iid. 7th street betwten Commercial aveaaa
and Washington avenue
North aids 7th street between Commtrelal aveaue
and n ashington avenue
North aide 12th street fronting Levee street
Comer cut side Cemmerclal avenue aorta tld
Coiner Levee snd ith street noiilh side
South side 4th street between 1 (J E 11 strip aad
Corner Commercial avenue and south tide lad
Corner I-evte street south side Ith street
North side llih street between Washington av
enue and Poplar street
Comer Levee and 4th streets north side
North side ISth street betweea WaiWngtoa avenae
and Walnut street
North side lHlh street between Walnut aad Cedar
Notth tide 18th street between Levee street and
IC R E strip
North side Igth street betweea I C R R strip and
North tide lth street between I C R R strip aad
South tide fckh street between Levst street and
IC BE strip
West tide Poplar street between 17lb and Utr
Koath tide 8th trreet between Lefee street and
West tide Cedar street between. 13th aad lath
West side Levee street between th aad 11th
As will more fully appear trom t
of the judgment on file in the office
the city of Cairo, 111. That a wai
the Certified too
office of the clerk f
a warrant toe the rai
led ion of such ataeaiment tt In the hands of the
uadcTtlgned. AU penou insetested an aareby
notified to call and pay the amounts atitsaed, at
ine couecior-s omce, uti vomaurciai aveaue, wttaia
DO days from the date hereof.
B. V. PARKER, Collector.
Paled thit 24th day of August, A. 1. IsTT.
STATE MILL ATirCTIOHr.
Br Tlrttie of an order of the Dlttri tt Uonrt a
the United Statt e, for ti e Boattaara District ef
THURSDAY, OCTOBER tk, M77,
At the hour of eleven e'eloek A. M., ea the
premises, at k'onnan. In the County ol Jobat
ion, and State of Illinois, otter atputuia vest
due, to the bifhesl bidder, the tine a tare null
1st It owned and occnDled h CnulBiua
of Forman, Illinois, mow Bankrupt, totathetr
wl h all the build ingt and machinery aeraiia
ini to said mlU. ,
We hare here, and will tell, rrerr thing Which
la neeeaaarr, for entering at oace apoa aa ea
teaaive buaineas In cutting staves and keadlag.
Among the piopertf to be sold are the foUew
lag: A heavy two-story Iraane building sad
brink eagtne room attached, a Mean tatgtae'eavd
boiler, tea steam boxes, a Cameron tittra bum
with pipe and hose attached, saw. tnadstoMS,
cars, an equalixing machine, a tsave out ting aw
chine, two stave jointiag natehines. a hsadug
plaining machine, a heading Jointiag maealavt.
a beading turning machine, a steam kllan Mat,
ihlagle saws, equaiittng saws, concave aawa.
thlakaawa, nave Jointet km vea, heading lolater
knives, nlainera. etc i also a BlaekemTth shaa
and tools, a barn and hav rooaa. oaoDat ahaa
and barrel shop, and all aeoeaury abedar for
storing materiali tother with a leaae-aoid sa
lens t la live scree of land,xn which the above
described building stand. The ! raaalag
upwarda of twelve year. Facilities for skip
ping are tnuurpaseed. A switch of the Vltt
eennee railroad ma directly aloagald of the
sheds used for storing material. There 1 pleatr
ol good timber near this mill, and a steady and
coueieai nemann tor au tae atoca 11 earn wmt
I .oak out for a barrala . Now la Ujt time tat
buy. From this time forward batiaea eaa kw
done noon a rising market.
TIC RMS Or BALE. One-third atah taaand,
ona-thlnd In six months, and one-third in
twelve moatnt rrom tn aay of sale, the de
ferred paymeatt to draw all per cent Utereat,
and to be aecorrd by Uaquaamoass t-rr-nl
security. Inquiries aan be sddrteeed to the
undersigned at Cairo, lillnoie, or to Jeha L
Mulvey, at fornua, Illinois.
Cairo, ni., Seat., 1, 1877. Aaaignee.
Xotict it hereby gives that by virtue of aa order ot
the district court of the United Slates iar the
Southern district ofl llinoit, in the matter t I
Claiborne Winston, bankrupt, I will oa the
Hth DAT OF SEPTEMBER, 177, '
at the front door of the court house ia Cairo, Ales, .
ander county. Illinois, commencing at 10 o'clock a.
m., sell at public auction the following described
teal estate, of the taid Claiborne Winston, to-wit:
Undivided Y, s te.f section it township linage
Undivided KseWtw'i section 27 townihin 14
range 1 west
U ndiviaeo fi nw section JO township It nag 1
N M te'i section 35 township 14 range 1 west
Sw jj twM section ii township 16 range 1 west
SwK set" section 31 township 19 range gwest
NeV section 12 township 16 range 2 west
Nw) se ' section 21 township It range S west
EH nw.H section 24 township 14 range S west
Ne teV section f township 15 range 3 west
Swli section 26 township 16 ranges went
E nw, section 'M township 16 range Sweat
E nw,Si lection 2 township la range 1 west
SwM section 35 township 14 range il weal'
H w. section 13 township It range 3 west
WH nw.VJ section 7 township 18 range 1 west
NwK section 30 township 10 range 1 West
Jiwl neX tectioa 30 township 16 range 1 west
NeK ne4 section 25 township U range 2 west
SeSf ne section 21 township 16 range 2 West
All in Alexander county Iilineu.
Se V section 1 township 15 range 3 east
Se corner ot w tectioa 1 township 15 range i
In the the county of Pulaski and Slate of Illinois;
T . N 4t OA M.nJVI In kLuth M4 Ll OS
In block Ml, and kits 3u and 31, in blsck'itl, all in the ,
first addition to the Cltv of Cairo, coaatv af Alex
ander, and Sute of Illinois.
Lots 23. Q4.28. and 28 in the Hotel Aeditioe te
the City of Cairo aforesaid.
The terms of the tale are One-buith cub aad
the balance in three equal payments at tlx, twelve
ano eighteen montha, witn seven per cent laterest,
sccureu by deed ol trust oa premises sold.
ilids tor any ol said real estate will be receivee
up to day of tale ay at. J . Howley or Baasnel T,
w neeier at uuro,
J. TAYLOB Saflia.
Aug. 20th 1K77.
CM ANCEBY MOTICK.
State of Illinois, county of Alexander.
Circuit couit of Alexander county. January
term, A. D. 1878.
Kacnei Thon-pson vs. jonn n. inompsoa. auu
loraivorce in cnancery.
Affidavit ol the non-residence of Joha M.
Thompson ths defendant above aataed hav
ing been niea tn uie omce ot tne ctera et sue
circuit court of Alexander county, notice i keteky
given to the laid neo-resident deatndaat, that the
complainant filed her bill ef cotaplaiaM ia said
court on the chancery tide thereof oa use 13th day el
September, A. I. 1)177, and that a laawtaa
thereupon issued out of said court against taid de
fendant, returnable on the fiiet Monday of Jaav
. A. U. 1878. at ia by law reouired. Hew.
therefore, unless you, the said John at.
the next I
answer or deaaur to the taid complaiaaal'l kdl ef
coroplainanl, the taate, and the maltrra aad aVage
therein charged and itated, will be takea as eee
fctaed, snd a decree entered against yea acterd
ingtoth. prayer af-tj
W4w Cairo, I1U., Bept atbet 13th, A. P. 1177.
Am. Utoul.. nT .rum.
kAfiO Invested b us la 60 dav arsrs.dJW
have made a.7SO. 100 have paid l.)waft
ia 80 days. We .uaraate. all t)Q day m YiiHtl
" - J- latnaatsat
given, CenjpoadaolWld,. M :l
Metaber Hew York Sleek tasaa.es.
Univerglty cf Virl3
OgeatM 1. inttlatlil atii'tek ajar
meaihs. It it orgaatasd ha scaeeat ea the tvtatrve
tytttta.wlthfaU miaaiis at Claaslra. Balsaei Haw
Eiee ut vneaucM aaa raywaai fiaisii i i s
atare ha Uw, Mediae, tagiiwiaag. Hiliial .
ry tPracticai AgrlesOtatw. Il tm tka- -
Ckairsaaaef e rtaaakyt, ftet Paltaita
xnotuiiy be ana appear netore tne saie car-
court of Alexander county ea tae ant any as
tt term thereof, lo be holdea at the tweet
a the city of Cairo, in taid county, oa the
iew a. ii. ia.. ana tasnet.