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..ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Sato. Any liualne Arm on have three line
, tn thi column nnili-r upprupniiif limiting
lthrat ot II i per iwmlner SUpiryaur
ajable quarterly in iivni.
Hardware. Stove and Tlu Ware.
A. HAIXEY-Pealer inStov,Tlnnl Hard
ar, Uei'len and ranm-re' itiilemil. J"
iomla, HefrlKeralor. I'ump ana Ulw.
1& Coaarnerclal Avenue. Uuitrlug an4 Joli
Work dun u Iiorl uolice.
J S McOAllET Dealer In haul andeotUuuv
jr flooring, oeilirjK, aliling nod eiirf-ceJ
lumber, lath and ibiaKlw. OIBcc ami yard
oraer'f'wantletn elretal Waalili igtunavwuif
LANCASTER WCE-Dealer In aaih.
loote, bllndi, etc.. hard end Kilt lurulr eiid
ttliigU. Yard aud utile, Cumiwreial nvviiiiv,
orner 17tn atrwt.
D. HAFtTMAU Lieakr in Queroiware, Toyi,
Iaiu and 11 kind! of fancy artlcl. Cumuwr
j:l ev enue, corner lilli atiett.
WIU.1AU WINTKR-Siitli ttt between
;;oiuiueri:llavDiianrt Washington avenue.
41othla and Merchant lalUrliie;.
JOHN ANTRl.M-Merrhent Tailor and dealer
la Heady Made Clothing. 711 Olilo y.
Beat r.alat Agenele.
M. J. HOWLY-Bal Kittate Agtnt. lluya
and ietla real eaUte, collect renM. taya tati-e
mi on-realdent,U!. Comiiiercial avenue, !
tww Ninth and Tenth atrtrta.
11 (Litton and Tobacco Factor! anil iro-
pnetor of tli Farmer' Tobacro W arelionw,
tb A 17 Coniiiiiner-'tal Avenue.
j general ForwarUlnK and Oiriiiniaaion
merchant, for the aale of Kami, anlrn, Or
liani and lialry I'rVluc. n'tolilo tvee.
n a u'linruil K li d -
fj dnierjl Forwarding and (.'ominl'.alon
iiircl.anu), anil ilealera In all Mwia of t nut aul
Froilncf. M Ohio Levi. ConitlKtiiiienta solic
ited, fiieni lla furnished on apniication.
K..M. II. t '.
'fl... i.lirtil a .,f f tin llilll llflll-r lill-ft
at then Int.. tlit ftrt ami tlnnl MonUny
..ti Mi.iiith. Luiiiiiiitrtiiiil MVtj(ifa ?1 clour
ioiituof rali int,tnp in.
JOIIH It. 1 1 ill'Jn 1 ii i
ASCALON LODGE, KO. Bl.
Knight of Pythia, meet every fri-
iglit at half-pual seven, in Odd-
O ALEXANDER LODGE, NO. J2a.
liiduiwudrut Order of Odd-Ftl-Iowa,
uiarta every Thuradav night
alliull-paataevMi. In tblr baUoj
Jomiueri'ial avtuue, Imtween blxth anv 8efnth
t reru D. IttlkoHD, PI. u.
'1A1K0 ENCAMPMENT, I O. O. F.. meet
.yiii Odd-FeUowa 1UII on the flrat and third
I ii. ..ly in every mouUi, at balf-paat aeven
'cAIKOl-OliCK, NO.WT.A.r. A A.M.
Hold reinilar couununiramraa iu -aonic
Hall, ooruer ComuiercUl avenuj
.,..( Elihih alrevt. on the awond and
'ourtli Mondav of icb liiouth.
r. F. Knuhera Bitter Wine or Iron.
Thia truly valuable tunic baa been ao Ihor
cnably l'kd br all claaaea of Ihe romniunity
(bat it la now deemed Indiaiiennalile aa a tunic
iclkine, Jt oU but little, purifies the
blow arid live tone to the atomaidi, renovate
the ayitem and jirol"na lile. Kverylwdy
boulil have it.
For ttie enra of Weak Stomafha, t.eneral le
tlliry, Jnitlgeatlon, Dleaa of the htomarh
and for all rm requiring a tonic
Thia wine Include the ruoal agn rable and
tnrlrnt aall ot Iron we jKMaena titrate oi
oiavnttlc oxide combined ith the mnt ener-
Mlc of all vegetable tonus Tllow Peruvian
Do von want anmething to itienglben you .-
Dovou want a rom apaetite .'
Do yon want o get ria of ntrvotuneta
Do you want enemy t
Do you wajtl to aleep Well v
Do you want to build up your counlitut.un .'
Do you want to feel well V
Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling i
If you no, try Kl NNhJ.'h HI I IKU WINE
1 onlv aak a trial of thia great medicine'
ltewareof counterl'cita, a KunatTn Hitler
TVineOi Iron la the only urn and irTectnal
remedy la the known world lor the permanent
cure or Dyspeuala and Debility, and at there are
a numbtr of imitationa ofleted l the imblic,
i would caution the community ti jmrrtne
cone but the genuine article, inauufv tureit by
A. Kiiblel, and having hia atamp on th; rrk
ot every bottle. The very fai t that other are
frying to imitate tlila valuable ineliriiie, provra
ila worth and aimikt voiuinea in it. Uvr. dct
Ue genuine, t. k . Kunkel'a.
Sold only in 91 Imttles Sold by ilnitfgwta
and dealera every where. I . F. kunkel, Pro
urietor, iii .Nunti Ninth Itreet, 1'hllailelphia,
TAPK WORM. REMOVED ALIVE.
'Jleailandall eon.plate In two hour. No
fe till tieavl aei. heat, Pin and Momai'h
Morma removed by Dr. kunkel, Nonh
Ninth atreet. Philadelphia, Pa. Mend for rir
ilerorak you druggl-t fur a bottle of Dr.
Kunkel'a Warm Syrup. It never falla. Price l
BATEH Or ADVKKTIHI.Mta.
lfX) bill forailvertiaiiig, are due and pay
able IN aDVANie
Tranaient aUvertiaing Will be Inserted at Ui
rate of II "U peraiuare forth flrat in rtion
and V cent! fur each ulW)iieut one A lilieral
dlacountwill be mvle onetandiug and diapl
Forlnaertlng runeral notic 1 l,n Notice ot
muiting of aocietlra or eecrel orlera so cent lor
eai h UiixTtion
Church, Society, Fatlval and Hupier notice!
will only be inaerted a advertiaemeubi
Ko advertlaement will be received at leaa than
to cent, and no anvertiaement will be luwrted
kir leaa tlian three dollar per month
i.ocai. ni'NiNt.NM ROTit:t:
Of (tin; giniaro (H lints Hpaw) or more, in-
erU.(J In t!i; Ilt.Li.KTtx as follows : ( I
tlian out! square WiiintctJ at a eijtmrc.)
One insertion ht Hquan- $ "0
Two insertions ikt sqiiRrc.. 75
Three innertioiis per squure 1 00
Six Insertion ix.r square 1 u
Two week per quure - 2 50
One month per aijnare. 3 W
Special raU'H inaue tin wrxe auverune
rnent!" or lor longer time,
Pafkagea Real and (omforl foi
Mr. lit nr Ward iteeclier, whose botiao
bold knowleitgo and perfect tionvnty tio
one preauioea to doubt, re'ommeDi.lB liouae
keeperatonae Waabine, IbenewsuliKlitule
for aoap. She asy all I pleaed with it.
It U great !iver ol time ami labor, and
t an do more injure clothing than common
warm water. Mr. Bee. her Ik rllit.
Waabine ba many great dvalitfe otr
aoap. Itwaabcaln one-third of the time.
It almot entirely doeaavtay with nibblDjf,
Wanbes ai well In bard water h aoit. Jt U
Uieonly irtido known that will preven
Other articles aa
fat aomewliat in wa.lilDtf, but they injure
the elotbci. wanuine poniiivciy nm uoi
U'lieae are twine Ot the nutlltlea wlib U
l.am,ta Wauliine an liiitllllar aillODL' the
intelligent housekeeper ol America. All
who are not uaing Wanbine will not regret
It if they take tpeclal paini to procure ami
uiva It a trial. Wire, u and 10 celltM. Sold
ty all ttroeero.
llappv relief to om yming men Ir
..I . ......... . t - - . . Bn, I al.nuj.M in
earlvlile. Mankood UVutortd. Im- O
pediment to marrlaKe naa-iven. pjj
w..r Divilirul rti tr4lmenL Ne
and remarkable reiucilica. Ibioka
and circular sent free in iealeil
,enveloie. Adderaa Howahu Aa
o utioiv. 41" N. Ninth at. Phila
delphia. Pa. An institution huv
- kijh ruiitutirtn fur tirinor'
anifl conuuci a" iiuiwiiiai
XIXIN0IS CENTRAL R
LOWER THAN EVER!
j n tiifj i' i -----
ccarcity ol money, I will, alter this date,
Hell llreml at 3fie. per rtoxeu, or 3
I.oavea for 3 Cents.
Also Cakes. Pie, etc., at preportioustely
These tfoods are of the very bet in the
city, and will lecouimeud tlit-m-elv en ai
reorders Irom abroad will receive
r u..u n ivi i iv i ,
I'rup'r ly'ninn Uukeiy,
Commercial Ave., bet. 4th and till. bin.
Cairo, AutfU.t (i, lf"7
View of Marriage !
A Onideto Wxfk and
notKuntil irt-ttiM ou (rt
I'tudrt ol tnrr tf aurl Urj
lcunthlt unfit for il thtc
rrcta nt Kprodut tion l4
I'.fi Diftjei f Women.
A bunk lor pnvktf. tnnl-
A PHIVAIL MtOICAt ADVISER!
"n liiti.iiit noi rnvaviv liui annua ti-.M
Abusa, IxeeM. ut SiX-ret DiMtiet, muu U. rrt
lut iiifofnirf, luryj . prict M ti.
A CLINICAL LCCTUHE on Vr d l tn1
Ihfitv v4 the- Throat tkJ Lung, C.UkTrb.Hupture, U
jyiiBt jauiv,i i "v .--. -
rtiiiiftirDiktf 'rti r7- i, (v-auf ittil.v ti.tiatrHtHl. tor TA rti.
AWirM DSL BUrTi, . U S. at. bv. Luia, Ma
sr.NDAY.Septemlier 2:i, 177
'J'lie New York store sells more jfooils
than any other home in Southern Ull-
uoia. Answer brcaiKfthpy ffllelieaper.
A MX-oetave piano; an oh I one hut ol
gHj tone, ainl in Knl onler.
Alao for ?ale, npliolstereil parlor lur
iiifure. F. S. ivt:.M,
II'. L'.Ttlegrapii Office.
There will he a public examination oi
teae'aera, luM at the hih gehool build
on Friilay alul Satunlay., the ilh ami
20tk ot September.
Mas. 1'. V. TiVLOit,
,airii, September 17th, 177.
St. Louis & Chicago
; The only Hoad Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Train Lav Cairo
J 40 p.m. Fast Express, arriving in Ht.
' Lout 8:50 p. m.; Chicago, 7:IKI, a.m.
120 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
vIlle TAST LINE
Airlvingt n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.: Louis
ville, rt:25, a.m.; lndlanapolla, 4.15 a.m.;
1 'aaaeiiger by till train arrive at above
07 AHY OTflKB B0UIE.
ir.. Mail with aleenera attach
ed. for'ST. LOU18 and CHICA.UO,
arriving In 8t. Loult at 0:0 a.m. Chi-
orl-:tDBhjn ior Cincinnati, LouUville
FAST TIME EAST
fMsengere. by thti line fro through to
the Eaat without any delay caused by
Jhe SATURDAY AFTERNOON TKA1N
r'KOM CAIRO ARK1VKS IS NKW
YORK MONDAY MOBSINU
38 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHKR BOUTK."
AdvertiaemenU of competing line that
they make better time than thia one, are
' 1 ire liiued either through ignorance or a
desire to mlalead the public,
tor through tlckot and inlormation,
' apply at llllnoia Central B. R. Depot, Cairo.
11 Ull ABMVI AT CAI0
tnrtu . -..;....-.. . J
.""J - . j AS. J0BN80N,
. QenT Southern" Agt
, H. jovu, ticket At.
lii buying your goods at the cheapest
Htoro in Cairo the New York Store. 5t
tulr.r nilhs-t'Hll anil Try Tin
llavinir ilischaretl Dr. Lower and
renovated my bath room?, with the addi
tion of a new receiver alter the latest
ami most convenient style, I shall take
rreat TleaHre In sivlnz baths either
medicated or otherwise, to all who may
call on me.
lm Dn. I). Aiitkr,
-llic I'rtdin.ali fair opens tut
-Dr. KJwardn, the iainoin eye doctor
ol I'nlon City, Term., wa in the city
Dr. (ieoriru I'urker. who has been
mendlne several months in the haxtern
cities, returned home ou Friday,
TIih Rev. Mr. Dlllon-I.eo will eon-
liudt services ut the Church of the He
deemer this morning and evening.
-Mr. Oberl v. who is now In Baltimore,
W advertised to make a speech t the
Democracy ol Wayne county, Ohio, this
-There will be the uiiml services at
the Presbyterian church thU looming
and evening, conducted by the Kr-v. B.
He are told that the board ol f ' liool
directors are talklnji ol linvlng alilnslzn
painting of the lato Mr. Saflonl' pitlnted
for the high school.
Fortify the body B'itint tll-'ea'e by
purifying the blood with Dr. Bull's Blood
Mixture. Thus torearmed, you will not
be attacked by sickness.
The next party will he that ol the
Excelsior Social and Literary club. It
comes oil next Friday night nt the St.
Charles Hotel, ard will be a gay affair.
It t is said that tlie tobacco crop now
ticlng cut In that section ol Kentucky
lying opposite us will in; the Mggest and
best ever known. The coming season
promises to bo a lruitlul one for dealers.
Services will be conducted by tho
Rector todiiorrowatthe Episcopal hur
eh at the usual hours Subject of
morning sermon "Why should 1 go t
Church" Kvening Cnpital and Labor.
Mr. Tom Settle, with his last pacing
horse Badger and tlireo trotting horses
and a running mare, pasfe 1 through Cairo
en route lor l'adticalt yesterday. All of
the horses will lie entered for the races
there this week.
It is rumored that Mayor H'inter,
of Cairo, wanU to be postmaster of the
Egyptian Capital. As the place Is now
Illled, a laithfu). intelligent and courteous
gentleman we reckon "Jack" will hardly
reach it, I'uiiuf.nh $ttn.
it Iri a sad sight to see an intoxicated
person on the Ftreet. How much more
so t it to see a dull and eickly baby
rendered so by the ue ot dangerous
opiated Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup contains
nothing Injurious and may be given to
the moat delicate baby. Trice 2."i cents.
A rumor was current on the Ftreets
yesterday and last night to tho effect
that the Cairo and St. Louis narrow
gauge railroad company would to-day
undertake to run their track do.vn Wash
ington avenue. Wo do not know where
nor how the story originated, or what
foundation there U for it. We do not be
lieve. however, that the company will un
dertake so dangerous a task. The peo
ple of Cairo are In no temper to Hand
any such foolishness on the part of the
The party given by the ladies ot the
Library Association at the St. Charles
Hotel on Friday evening, was a very
pleasant aflair. There was a good crowd
present, but a much larger one wss ex
pected. The affair financially was not as
successlul as was thought It would be,
the ladies barely cleared expenses. Th is
is not as it shoulii be. The cause lor
which the party was given is one that
every man and woman in Cairo should
f.'cl an interest in. and sunnort as be
comes their means. H'e hope tho ladies'
efforts hereafter will prove more lruitlul.
It is with deep regret that we learn
of the dangerous illness of Mr. .lames
Bugg, of I'aducah. Mr. Bngg is a most
wortliv and rennected young man who
has many triends in this city. In speak
ing ol his illness, the J'aducah -Vetc says:
"He regret to learn that Mr. James I!
Bugg had another hemmorhage from the
lungs yesterday. He had a similar
attack about a week ago while out
traveling lor the house of Fish
er Jt. Farlcv. Iieinir lorced to
abandon the trip and return home. We
.iponlv svmnathie with him in his
alllictlon, and the whole community have
tho same fcelln for him. a young man
Cltv. 'lh Kentucky blood came over
hi lull loice, with their (.lollies lull of
munev. ready to back their little pet !'r
any amount, uud betting before the i tco
was quite brisk, ns the Cairo sports were
not slow In taking all tlio money the
Kentucky people "shoved" at tlmn.
The racers were brought upon the track
at two o'clock and Immediately stripped
off their blankets lor the race. Both horses
were Iu full trim. They ware given the
word at the llrst trial, with the pony In
the lead. They weut down the track
from tho gate like a "etrcak ot greased
lightning." the pony Increasing his lead
at pverv iumn until the nuarler stretch
. - . .mi
una ronehed. At this nolut It looked tot
the bystanders as it tho mare had no show
whatever to win, as she was luiiy lony
feet in the rear ol her antauoniit. and the
hearts of her backers began to I l,when
young Murdock, who rode the mare,
called on her to do her best. The
mare responded nobly, and by the time
the Judges stand was reached she had
her nose ot the pony's tail, Murdock
here piled the whip freely, and fhe shot
bv the nony as if he hud been standing
still, comlmr around tho turn at tenllc
"peed and passing the score winner of the
race and stake by two lengths. It is saiii
hv those who should know best, that the
Kentucky people who placed their money
on the pony went homo wltn between
Ax and ciht hundred dollars less than
they brought. After the race, Bill Elliot
matched "Old Buckshot," a well-known
Kentucky racer, to run three hundred
vanls asrainst a mare owned by a Ken
tiickinn named Bill Wpaver. The Weaver
marc passed under the string with her
no) at "Buckshot's" fail, but was Ut
dared winner ot the race, as Buckshot
had fully a length the advantage on tho
milON. LOW WATIR.jltl.ll or I'tlll
FT. IS. r. I.
Cincinnati it 2
Louievlll 3 u X i
Cairo 6 11 1
St. 1'anl 1 It 0 '0
Davtnport 1 o X 1
Keokuk 1 -
at. I.ouu s J u '
SH..SAI. Sr. It V Ii h KKI'UHI.
JAMKS M. WATSON,
grrgtant S.nul Service, U. 8. A.
Try (he New York store yellow "C". -n-gar,
10 lbs. for $1.00
Woriia IU Welkin Iu IJ.
I'luloubtt dly the greatest modern ill-)-covery
in medicine is D.iCosta's Radi
cal Cure lor dv'pepsia, sick headache,
sour stomach," costivtness, biliousness,
loss of appetite, distress after eating, and
all disorders caused by indigestion or a
deranged liver. . Its results are a-tonwh.
in. and sure relwt is guaranteed in
every ease where it is falthlully med. It
tones up the stomach, regulates me
liver, restores the natural appetite,
strentheri3 tho delicate and expels all
morbid humors Irom the system. Ty
phoid and bilous fever might, in almost
every case, be prevented by its timely
ue. Trial size 2". cents. A very few
doses will relieve, and a little persever
ance cure you. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents fur I'rof. l'arter. Fleas
ant Worm Syrup, which is sure th .to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires
no physic. Price 2."i cents Try it.
4 and 1J lbs. ot choice coffee lor $1.00 at
New York store. ot
'llie Outre of Vittlitr.
The lile of the llesh and the bruin, the
l.nnoil mill tlin llllliclc. Ill tilt) blOOll. It
is the centre ot vitality, the nutriment !
the system. Not only must It be pure, but
rich. In order to retain health, in ttie
letblo and devitalized, the lile current Is
waxcrv and the circulation sluirzish. Tho
muscles ol such persons lack soliility.the
nerves are weak, the vNage haggard, and
the eyes lustreless. A course of llustet
tcr's Stomach Bitters, however, improves
not only the health but the appearance
of the debilitated and nervous. Nutri
tion tho becomes complete because diges
tion receives an impetus from this t
nignant tonic, which fertilizes the blood,
brings back "the rose tint ol health" to
the wan cheek, brightness to the eye,
and gives power ol endurance to the
muscle... Invalids hasten to use .
Seven fet.t water Is reported at Bulletin.
The !.e and barges added 200 tons
The tirayhound was hauled out on the
way) Thursday last lor thoiough re.
Captain J M Phillips returned yester
day afternoon after a proti acted visit
The Hickory proceeded to St. Louis al
ter bringing a barge ol lumber from Co-
Cantain Henry Tayl r resumes hi
rlace on the Jim Fisk to morrow, hav
mar recovered irom his attack ol inter
The Silvcrthorno for Evtinsvllle, John
15. Maude lor Vicksbnrg and an anchor
line Dacket lor St. Louis arc duo to day
The Susie Silver added a full barge
heie and took some frekht.
The City of hester brought 100 bales
cotton U-r reshiinneiit by rail and has
llflit trio for St. Louis. The Golden
City reniis her Ireight and may, possi
blr, loHil back this wek.
It Is reported that Captain Hicks has
purchased the Bismarck, which is to
take tlie place of the' burned Carondelet
In the Memphis and New Orleans cotton
trade. She will have cotton guards put
on her and be ready for business by the
Ut of October.
Thomas Fawcetl &. Son lost 7 bouts ot
coal at New Orleans during the late gale.
The Jim Fisk is to be takeu out on the
ways presently and thoroughly overhaul
ed and repaired. She wiil beglven a new
full length carpet and be put in first class
Will Hays says: " We intend to de
vote our space, time ana! talents in this
column In the future to river news and
river interests. Fun will do very well
at a circus, but won't work with every
body iu a river column. Fun is one
tiling and facts arc another." Don't Will !
Everybody likes fun excopt a few sore
heads. If their objectious become to en
crtretlc. wear a buirgy cushion and a
reinforcement of solo leather, but don't
Id up on the "fun." Think of old lubtt
lar and Tom Bolus and change you
Cantain Jno. W. Cannon came very
near being killed at Louisville the other
day a w ill be seen irom the following
which we clip Irom the Louisville Cur-
isr JiuntU of the 21st:
We regret to announce that Capt. John
tV ('unnmi is cmlWiejl to his bed lit the
l nuUviiio lintel, caused Jbv iniurics re
ceived last Monday afternoon. Cap-
luin nnnnn uns Ht IDA lilliC llUUSe
and had hailed a street car togetjnto
ir nmi r n iiuun Mum street to jus
hotel. Just as ho was about to enter the
cur turn men. evldentlv under the inilU
nice ot litpior, and seated in a buggy,
ilrnvi nvcr him. knocking' him senselvss
and atfninst the curbing. He was picked
up and carried to the J.ouisviiie iiorei,
aod Dr. C'uinniins sent for. His right
iiniililer is l.inllv hrtnsed. and he received
.in titrlv cut over tlie riirht eye. He was
restitiu- .omlortjlv last eveidng, and
will lie able to be ouc in a week or ten
days. It was a narrow escape.
Keif ii'ar Term f tlie t'onuly roiuml
,Hloucr urt, sel. IH7 . .
Yeast received daily at NyW
Store fur family use.
Is so common iu the country as scarcely
to need comment, the causes wiuen
produce it are such as cold, irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, 'Snt
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
Ac. In larire cities where edge tools
and arrricullural implements arc manu-
who has tried to do right and climb up fat tured, the grinder protects his lungs
I . .( , ........... ll.A .ll.cl
,.. -1 .1.1 L,. I.lo n.i.n n1,l,,l ..HnrtJ irillll IIIC 1111 lriO US CUCl l Ul lllvr Vlinv
Lower than ever. Parties wishing dry
goods are requested to obtain our prices
before, buying elsewhere, for we sell the
lowest. New iork Stork, ut
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In tho Reiser building, where he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. 1 le has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished moms, which
he has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first clnss workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in stylo ami will receive
courteous treatment. , tf
Hying off the grindstone by wearing a
respirator. The coal miner ere ho de
scends the shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against lire-damp.
Now It Is equally necessary lor thoso
tno.t with nnv ol
- - I T MU illt, Ul VIIKIIV vliH"J ...... " - - W
is quite jubilant oyer the success of the t, 0IMHWf vWinz t0 intermittent fever,
Cairo boys who went to Charleston on to provide themselves with that well
Ills friends Indulge the hope that lie may
weather tlie storm and return to his busi
ness, and be for many years an houora
ble and useful citizen
Tho base ball fraternity of this city
Friday. The Charleston club is the
champion niHO of Southern Missouri,
having won the horns from tho New
Madrid club, which club has held the
championship lor several years on
Thursday. The Cairo boys played as if
.Mrs. liarrv Walker, proprietress of
'riinrsiiuv. i up i iLini ihiv.h iHHveti an 11 I - .....
they had been in training for months, -" , rlZ
when in fact, they had never played a """w-'-i
practice game together. The Charleston rates to all who may wish regular board
nine Is composed ot strong, r0bust .
" 1 l ru.r ,ennl (n .t.iw linnpil In COIV
r ., !... 1,1 :,..l U"' """l '"J '"'
leilOWS, ntUKUiK no HiiuumjuuR", i - -
from twenty-threo to forty years, while nection will, the l'-uropean Hotel Is a
the Cairo players are comparatively '" clftS,s restaurant, where oysters,
. . . . . . . .i i truinc aim an inner uciicucieti mu ui
kids." The game was piayca in ine i - , . .,...,..,, ,,,.
... sci veil hi. on numo vim in;; u;iv "i i,ii.
t.Am n.Ai,nlo anil wna U' Innfisnil nv at
IIUI IVllllua, ,i.iin..iHi,
llootn nnit Shoes.
Fiftv cases of men's boots and shoes
ttst received, and wo oiler them lower
than ever sold in tills market. Call and
examine the Boot Brand, New York
Store custom made, for $3.00 per pair.
Full line of all kinds ot boots and shoes.
lit C. O. PlTlKR & CO.
Dwellings No. 3, 0, 7 and 0 ol Winter's
Row, fi rooms each, In first-class condl
tlon. $10 per month.
3t M. J. Howlkv,. Agent.
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, the home stomach bitters
The Kurouenu Hotel -Deduction
least a thousand people. The following
Fry, R. F
macK, im a
Netf, C. F
CuiuminR, '2ml II.,
lU.lb.. M..I II
Kendnll, I,. F..'.'.'..'.'.'."a :t Homer, :lni b.,
ii. n. ho
...:l T. BiiiemHurir.C..'J M
. .-. fl Ilukt.. t:. F II 1
1 :l llolr. S S 1 4
... 9 Kuxk, ! 1 2
. J 4 fclmh, lt II I
i 3 Johnson, K. F 1 -
.. 2 S V. Itrmitmltlin;. 1 II. I :1
.J 4 l'irkf. I.. F I :
Save your money by calling on J. S.
McUahoy, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. Extra inducements
offered on sidewalk lumber for tho next
I thirty days. Also one carload choice
cypress shingles at bottom prices 1 w
I a H4 ii
INNINIIS 1 2
.1 4 li il 7
10 10 1
0 1- 9
There wore about three hundred
men and bovs. of both colors, at St.
Mary's park yesterday afternoon to wit'
ness the race between Mr. James Kyn
aston's bay mavro ami the little grey
NOTICE TO CONTltAC-I ORS
Orrietof tu City t!t "Ki L
I .aim 111... Rimt. ft. 77. I
'. .'.I....V n n, TI....J.O Sunt. 'ill. 1S77
lllllll " v v.w. . ...... wjt ' " .
iM'twei-n fcleventn ana Fmirteenln att. aiao
of Sith itrcet between WaalilliKlon avenue ant
fi i. -I ml lH -....I. ,A 1.A Cittm Intnilntil
HI, Rlliwuuv'ii hiiiiiwii iwiremo
janl,anu niaucunner tlie aupeiviaion anu ui
I'ropoaais win oe rveciveu ior won, or uu
i right to reject any or all bid Is reaorveil
Smii- orilliiioii. Alrxaraifr l.'onnty.
A regular .meeting oi tne nouorauie
hoard ot .countv commissioners oi
l,,v.m,!,.r Cllllnfl'. Illinois, held St tllO
courthouse In the city of Cjiro In
said county on Monday, tno -i uay ot
Present Thos. Wilson, tieo. W. Sam-
uions, and .Martaln lirown, t.ommih-
S. J.Humm Clerk.
FOriMTI DAY . Vin i i M' k t),
It Is ordered, that out of the jury list
aforesaid the lolllowing named persons
be and they hereby are selected anu
moscnasthe jury lor tho llrst term of
the Alexander county circuit court next,
ami, that the clerk place their several
names on tickets to be drawn as tho law
North Cairo-John Cook, D J Foley,
Win II Walker. Chas Wheeler, m
Stratton. James Kennedy, Hazard Mar
tin, B V Bobbins, Peter Lhs, Moses loss,
Daniel Kelly, Phillip Brown, Richard
Nason, James A Fry, Alex McUee, L C
Schuckers.CUas Meliner, James Johnson,
South Cniro-N Cantwell, Win Linker,
W A Kedman, Jesse Hlukle, Wm White,
Kobt Hinklc, I K Moran, C Lame, Thos
D Holmes, Jno U White, S H Matsom
J llockneedlc, Vllleseh, Jno niter, Chas
Shellv. Newton Kice, Jno 0 Atehor,
Miles W Parker, O Haythorn, H Honpt,
F S Kent. Chas Mont.. Ueo. U Sargent,
Jacob Klee, H L Ivinner, Conrad Atna,
Jesse Mcllafllo, P 11 Saup, K n Cun-
ntneham. Au Botto, II Slack,
H A Ilannon, Michael staple"
ton. Alex Frazier, Thos Malianny
(innsn Island J no Bishop, Jno H Fos
trr .1 Billlnrrs. Jno II Martin, Thos Pc
terson. Lerov Yates, Frank Picket, Wm
Thompson. J D Chlsholm, James
Di g Tooth George llyal, John Bar
Thebes John MeDiuhnin, Thos J
Newman. Caleb Buster, Chas Waterman,
Kobt Pettlt. H k Pettlt.
Hiuita V-.In( F On nlan. Win 1
T.aioon. Andrew Nau. Titer Shaver.
ITnltv Josenh QlasBow. Tlin Goatley
tinnini .T llutsnn. Jamel P Edwards, C
E McKav. John Davis, J M Helms, E
Smalllng, Calvin Adaml Wm J Mllford,
Dennis Mlllvan, K worthington, no
llnrnhark. JumeS FltZICTild. C. Ben
nefleld. ' ,
llazle wood James L Sackett, If C
Davis, Monroe B'hitaker, James Stand
ard, J II' Durham, James Cruse, Alex
Jordan, John Heater, Geo Hartman,
Kufus Smithy, Valentino McCrlte.
Clear Creek-J M T Irvln, Samuel
llrtlker, Henry Goodman, Caleb Miller,
Pilgrim McKaven, .8 M P McClure, Jai
Havdln.Thos Jackson, James Bllllngsley,
Wm C Robinson, SamT IT Miami. Mosei
D Mlnton, John Kendall, Chat Cherry.
It Is further ordered that out of the
aforesaid jury list tho following named
persons he selected as the Jury for the
second term of the year 187S, ot the said
Alexander county circuit court, and the
clerk is lip.tructed to proceed as before:
North Cairo-Pat Cahlll, Jacob Mine,
Ed Shannesey, James Summerwell, P J
Thist'ewood, B McMannus, Harvey
Worldrldgc, Kichd Powers, John Mad
den, DennU Devlne, Geo ChrUtman,
John Marnell, Jno Llmbert, John Mc
Kwin.ripn Wnntten. Geo Fisher, John
Petrte, W F Pitcher, Geo Van Broklen.
South Cnlro Thos Mahanny, r Krat
ky, Harry Walker, Fred Whatcamp, E
Buder, Henry Elliott, N S Pennington
.fumes Bln-ors. .1 A Goldstlne, D H Win
ans. Chas Weber, John T Kennle. M T
Ensmcmrer. J C Zlnvmer, L II Myers,
Jno Cannon. Chas Nolan 1. Jno McNuliy
A Selfcke, J S Burclay, C F Rtuld.PH
Schuh, Park Burke, Wm Vv inter, -ir, c
Pink. Smith Torrence, M J Buckley,
GeoLClav, WL Bristol. Geo Eisen
burg, Wm Ludwlg. J G Lynch, E Bailey,
J C Stokes. W P Wilnht, Chas Wilson.
Goose Island U II Haywood, W G
Kelser, Jno R Thompson, II' S Uargrave
Geo Ellis. Martin Brown. It C Gunter
Knhr Lorran. Kobt Cavender, John
Dog Tooth Henry Hunfaker. G"o IP
Thebes Thos J Haleher, John F
Miller. Henry (J Waggoner, E C Ford,
Leroy Bedwell, G P Garner, Wm
Santa Fc-t ieo Shaver, Joseph Simons,
Louis Twente, Jno Lazare, Frank Eller.
Unity .Toscph Bundeho, Mitchel H'es
terman, Isaac Lcutz, Wm Hulen, George
Miller, WmSimpkins, Ull Holchonser,
W II Mitchell.Davld Brown.II A Nelson,
John Eller Jno F Dunning.
Hazlcwood Henry Poole, Benl Dex
ter, Lafayette Whitaker, Thos Smithy,
Felix McDaniel, Moses F Goodman, Wm
Lipe, W S Richardson, Scott Cauble, Jas
M. Allen, Green Mowery.
Clear Creek John Wilson, Jas Sutton,
Wm Jackson, John Burdick.A J Lolless,
George Giles, John Shines John willard,
wm Stephens, wm Sklles, P C Collini,
Levi C rite, John Ed wards.M FI Whitaker.
It is also ordered, that out ot the Jury
list aforesaid tlie lollowlng persons be se
lected as the jury lor the third term ot
the year 1S7S of the said Alexander coun
ty circuit court, and the clerk to proceed
as belore :
North Cairo 'has W Henderson, John
P Allen, Richard Fitzgerald, E E
walbrldge, Richard Walsh, Frank
Guneher, Geo w Hendricks, Ed Eskew,
John Reese, James Carroll. Cyrus Close,
J F Ort. M E Powers, John wood, Peter
McDeyctt, Fred Sarbian, C R Howell, G
Badrish, wm whitaker, J S Hawkins
Joint Beecher, w w Luttrell,
South Cairo II Brlnkmeyer, Joseph
Cross. DL Davie, U R Woodward, J
Bucer Pat Cormondy, E C Ford, A. U
Ilurd, A W Nefl, Joseph i:Able, Jt II
Balrd. Peter Carahlr. Faul W Allen,
James Kooken, Sol Farubaker, H Block,
F Cheney E F Davis, C Thropp, Jas
O'Donuell, Wm Gearln. A J ;Jarle, w a.
Gholson, w II wilcox, J L Keitc'r, JBC
Taber, J M Kinnear, 11 walschmldt,
Bernard Smyth, Jas S Rearden, James
Dean, Erank Gazzola, wm w Williams,
Jno P Broderlck, Thomrs winter.
(ioose Island .f C Lemay, Joseph
Bishop, wm Bradwhaw, Henry Lipe, Den
nis Cavender, SawJ Xraxel), Dennle
Uoflman, E A winter, Natiiam Russell,
D02 Tooth James Ice. . .
Thebes w w Stewart, John A Doll-
man, Aaron Hobbs, Thos Hobbs, Jamea
Santa Fe-Klley Everhart, w M Sick-
man, Joseph Hatner, wm E woods.
Unity Chas waggoner, James t liai
son. J H Smalllnr, jamee Lawrcnoe, jas
Benson, wm Dunning, Alfred Lhllders,
wm M Atherton, wm Chllders, Charlel
Buretitt, Isaac Dunning, GwTwlmao,
Jacob FJggb, Patrick Sullivan.
Hiiilewood w G ward, it c iiamine
J J Coleman, ,EI1 Sowers, Jno F Miller
Gcov Barnhard, Jno Pllhard, w w
white, II F Putnam, James Provo.
lenr Creek J B Riggs, wm Cottner,
Jno II Oarrett, Geo Lasley, ivCJ Ran-
It Ii ordered, that the county clerk ol
Alexander county hereafter to be elect!
shall receive the mm or twelve hundred
dollars per annum, with one check at
750 00 per annum to be paid out ot tho
feei and emoluments ol his office.
It la ordered that tha resort of Rich
ard Fitzgerald of an Inquest held on tho
body of John Burr bo approved, and that
be be allowed hli bill of $23 for tho tamo.
It U ordered, that the following bUli
be allowed, and tho clerk la Instructed to
draw orders on the treasureraccordlfigly ,
Peter Saup, 3 bucketi, $ 70
John A. Reeve, expreii charge!
since last April w
Geo. W. Sammoni, 3 month! as
overseer ot the poor IS 00
B F Parker, mdse for circuit clerk... 11 10
And now on this day come fetor
Saup, sheriff and et-offlclo collector of
Alexander county, and present! to we
board the following eommunlcatton, and
prays thorn to take action on the tanu".
Cairo, III., Sept. 7tn, 19.
To tfo BunoralU County Board of Com-
wimaiortcrj.- ... . . .
nmi uv flavin ir tendered to air.
.Tr,in p Hiv. rmintY treasurer Of Alex
nnder county. lury certificate and
county orders, collected on taxei on
general warruua iur lom, , .
onit aalil John I. HeW haVlnr
thrown them down on the floor ot the!
conntyclerk'iroom,' ana naying poets
tively refused to recelyo aald ordew, I
hereby tender you tno lame.
tvwr-nnnn the board after being adtl
aed in the premlsee, proceed with tboj
assistance ot the county clerk and laldl
sherifl to cance said orders and certln
nrdpr that a record of the
numberi ar.d amounts of said orders
made and filed which Is hereby done
onri tim sheriff receives a receipt from
the chairman orotem of thii board fo
six thousand elahl hundred and flft
Btonr. nouars auu biaut inv v-""
It is further ordered by said board the
allot' said orders and certificate! be burn
ed. winch Is hereby done In! open court
' ... . , j
Whereupon the board aiijournea until
to-morrow morning at 0 o clock
dall, Phillip Malone, James Belcher,
Martin Uenson, David Cottner, K Ad
ams, S II Uawllngs, Jasper Cully.
WhtreuDon tlie board ndiournea unw
to-morrow morning ot 9 o'clock.
Friday Morsino, Scpt.'T, 1S77.
TLe board met pursuant to adjonrn-
ment. Samo members present. Martin
Brown In the chair. ,
It Is ordered that tho , report or Jolia
P Hcly, treasurer, on the general lund of
Alexander county, to Sept. i, ion, pe
approved. Said report Shows a balance
due John P. Hely. a-fler allowing alt
cnnimlsslOUS. Ot $'80. j
. . . .. ' . ' :t V. U.I-.J
U is oniercu inai proposal vu mviwu
hv ndvertiscmont in the I'alro Bjciletin
and Arj)M-Jwu;-itaJ for j tho ioUowing
county uuuiuvao, in. ,
For tho keening and maintaining
paupers at the poor farm for one year
from December 1, 1S77, to uewmiHT
Also, for doing tho county priming,
said printing consisting of :
1, For printing the titmuai financial
2. For printing tho record of proeeeu
Ings ol tho board ol coupity commission
ers. , t ,
3. All advertisements' ordered by the
o.i.l kn.nl nf nnnntr nrMmmlasloneri.
a U1V4 UVl.l j
All bids to be In tho 'ofiloe ol county
ii-lr hv November 12. 1877. tho county
reserving the right to reflect any na ui
' SIXTH DAY'.
Saturday, September 18, 1877,
The board met pursuant to adjourn
raent. The full board present.
It Is ordered that tho following biui
be allowed, and the clerk is Instructed tq
draw orders on the treasurer according!
Thos. Wilson, fi days services ana
buerv hire In attending to coun-
tv business out ot regular term,.$20 0
Geo. W. Ilendrlcks, labor and ma
terial for repairing court house,
as oer aereemcnt -250
-Wiiirbas, According to careful est!
mates maae ny mis ooara, u. is iuudv
th.r m . as) win ne reouireu to meei cru
current expenses ot the county tor thl
It is ordered that S30.000 be levied 14
county Durooses on all the property, boff
. , a . I . . k , J
real ana personal oi tne cumuj oi aki
ander as equalized by the state board
eauallzatlon that Is by law subject
taxation, but Inasmuch' as the tqoaUzl
tionotsald Dropertr by said board
eauallzatlon is not known to tins dost
or whether In order to raise that amoui
the levee would not exceed 75 cents
tlie $100, the maximum amount allow
bv law. it Is hereby ordered that a le
of 75 cents on the $100 be made on la
eanallzed value when ascertained, pro
ded such per centage will not prodd
more than $20,000 as aforesaid, that
no case shall such levy exceed 75 ctt
on the $100.
U'HBRfiAg. The county board deems
necessary to assess taxes, the aggregate
whlcn snail nor. exceeu tne rate oi t
on the $10u valuation of the property
tha i-nnnrv. anil.
IfHERiAS, Said board has ascertain
and does hereby and that the amount
such excess requirea is one -nan one
cent, per $100 valuation aforesaid for
i-uca Ann . cf 1
vimra kjy. ia,a ina ioi. anu uie
nnui tnr wnii-n anin excel win m rea
oil unrinor anici Tear, u me eaiaun
ment anu construcuou oi a puouo grii
ttnml7orl rnarl. ahnva ordlni
hltrh wafpr. ftfimmencincat tht termla
of Sycamore streei at tne cur q
01 Cairo, aou runuiUK
nni-th tn tha . south bank
Cache river, thence along and near
actH hank tn a noinc near or at,
junction of what Is known as the Go!
UllaUU BUU VUiU Ciut v u-xvowva - -
thence np and along said two roads, a
n8iS?.nJM It la nrtVorcA tliattha'aif
ion nraacauuino- aaia aaaiuonai rate
quired be submitted to a vote ot
the people W saiu county at- uie
election for county officers after the
hereof, and that the county clerk In
election notice tor said election give
tlce of such suomission tn manner
form as Drovided in section 17, cha
u nf Revised Statutes ot 1174, of the
of Illinois. ''
It Is therefore ordered, that the co
clerk order 200 COBles of tho aboto
j u - t-t.l Im niuld. inrtn an ll M
the same to be distributed and pa
thromrhout the city and county.
It Is ordered that tne following dui
per diem service! be allowed, ana
thA clerk is hereby instructed to dre
ders on the treasurer according ly, vi
Martin Brown, commissioner, 9
Idayi, and 20 miles travel
GoO.W. Sammons oommusioner, w
H.tra and 28 miles travel
S. J. Humm.14 days clerk of pro
bata and commissioner!' courts,
tn ilarn . ...m
Whereupon tho board adjourned:
i 'A In fi
' ' ' ' KaacaUia'a WUt.
uta ot Louis jnattM., deeaaJ
irtn -Mloiaui: haVlnr hall anni
Executrix of the lata Witt aad Tti
ofLonli itlaSi ofthe Cauaty M
a.t an-l Sraia Ba IUiabla. dacsaaad.1
by give noUoe thai aoe'wul appear I
tne LO-DVTMJiir wi janaanwir wu
the (Xmrt Beuao n m ai u ui
Term, oa ue no, momaay ia ucaoDea
t wmcu unw a J"""" " J
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igainn saia ku avutiaw
J -,rn,t !.r ta nnnmaav ol kav
una aiilmrU. - All MrtooS ladeli
aid Satats are waud to make
w. ' I'jl ,m:iH
n -.t"i 1 Vfil ' il U
: I K i ".tl I'' I; Wi
pony owned by Ed Jo&nson.ot Fillmore
i.n. ,riiii.i3, vuji viv
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