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R. SMITH, M. D.
Olttre antl Resilience:
HO. SI THIRTEENTH OTRKKT, CAIRO, ILL-
Y DUNNING, M.D.
Olllc and Resilience:
iPFirF N W. for. Plstli t., n'r Ohio Levee.
KEsTDENck-C'oruer Walnut ud Ninth atruetn.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omci-Sn. 1W Commercial Avennc, between
Klubtli aud Ninth Streets.
jTJK. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Elirbtta Street, near Commercial Avenue,
OFFICE Oulo Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth sts.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
wtt'n nr., Aiiiliorii'il to announce John IIodlTC
a candidate forSherlffof Alexander county at thu
ensulni: November ei-i
it e are authorized to announce H. C. LOF
UN a) a candidate fur Sheriff of Alexander county,
subject t the dcclslun oCMhu )eplu at the election
in November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
Only Morniiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AN D COUNTY,
HmsAt Omen, I
Caiho, III., Aug. 7, '078.
Timu. Bur. Tiler. Hum. Wind. Vol. Weather.
6 'Mara 20.M
Maximum Thermometer. Ws; Minimum Ther
mometer, 73 s J Rainfall, .00 inch.
W. II. RAY,
Serc't Signal Service, l S. A.
Co to Lancaster &, Rice's and get one of
those water purifying Elevator Pumps anl
The Auction, .Sale l.y Tom Winter, of yes
terday, will be continued at 111 Commer
cial avenue this morning. Do not fail to at
tend. Bartletc Pears. Those wishing to buy
IWtk-tt Pears of the finest flavor and size,
can get them fresh from the trees, in any
quantity, by applying to Peter Saup at his
saloon on Ohio Levee.
Winter's Piumx-HAi-ine Gau.khy.
Ftruigf-rs in the city, or those intending to
ri-it Cairo, are invited to visit Winter's
l'h''.i'jTz;,l',c parlors, on Sixth street, be-tv-ti
Cofnf-rcial and Washington ave-
' turbine fpecunens of his work on
'yrrcx. JIt Louisiana Stoncr, hav-
rr.y .-ri t:A board, without just
" ' -a. all persons are hereby
a.t:.i;'i f.: LirVr or tnist her on my
xvsr.z.1. -i I vlli pay & 4.-!it of her con-tfia;'-
W. II. Stoseu.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will give an let Cream Festival for
the benefit of the Cairo Reform Club, on
Friday evening the Oth inst., in the Read
ing Ita .in. The public are cordially in
vited. Come out and be refre-hed with
cooling ices, and at the same time benefit
and aid a noble cause. Muu.il E. Welh,
Mrs. W. P. Wright, left this morning
for Dixon Springs.
Street Tax Collector Sehutter is doing
grtod work on the streets of the city with his
corps of laborers. Eighth street nc.v looks
ns th an as a new pin.
Mr. Fnnk VunDoren, has returned to
bis post at Woodward's Novelty Iron Store,
from a six weeks' visit to hii home, in the
northern part of this state.
-Jewett ilcox, formerly one of our
citizens, has bueu appointed one of the
directors of the new Chicago trotting
nstociation. Jewett is a great admirer of
A new invoice of goods has just arrived
v,,i,.i' ,.,,.:.... i i. . .
.... ..uieij uracuci Store, u is a
nine pound girl, and the parents, as all
Christians apparently are under similar cir
cumstances, are delighted.
-The Steamer J. M. White, after coin
pleting the furnishing of her cabin, etc.,
teftlhis port for New Orlcaiu, lust night.
She hud in tow the Edward J. Guy, which
boat also goes to New Orleans.
The ladies of the Christian Temperance
Union Society, pro..(. giving an ,v
cream festival at the club rooms to-morrow
evening. The object in view by the ladies
is to obtain money to liquidate their debts,
Mr. Juke Walters Is removing the old
frame building adjoining his meat market
on Eighth street, lie will build where tho
old frame stood a two-story brick business
house. Work on the new structure will bo
commenced at once.
Lucy Mohan, a colored woman living
ou Thirteenth street, between Washing-
THE DAILY CAIRO
ton uventio and Poplar street, was urrested
yesterday ami taken before 'Squire Robln
aon, for keeping a disreputable house.
Sho was lined ten dollurs and costs.
Dr. Austin, one of the quarantine
physicians of New Orleans, telegraphed to
Dr. Dunning of this city, that lie would
keep our officers posted as to the condition
of all trains leaving that city for the north.
This will be of great benefit to our citizens
in keeping yellow fever out of Cairo.
Minerva Thomas, a colored woman
well known to the police and the down
town people, became mixed up in a tongue
right with the notorious Sarah Willlums
yesterday, over a trivial affair, which result
ed in Minerva being fined five dollars and
costs for using profane and offensive lan
guage to Sarah.
On Tuesday night burglars entered the
saloon of Mr. Al. Susanku, on Ohio Levee,
by climbing through the transom of the
front door. They secured two revolvers,
various other small articles, and took thir
teen dollars in coin front tho till, and left
the house, leaving the door of the saloon
standing wide open.
Alice Smith is a white woman who is in
the habit of getting very angry frequently,
and making things very warm for her hus
band and children. Yesterday she indulged
in one of her freaks, and was arrested ror
her boisterousncM. Siiuirc Robinson abated
me wrath of Alice somewhat by fining her
ten dollars and costs.
Tho steamer Gold Dust passed up the
Mississippi for St. Louis from New Orleans
early yesterday morning. Although she
had no symptoms of yellow fever about her,
tho quarantine officers would not allow her
to come into this port, but compelled her
to stand out in the stream and have what
supplies, etc., she wanted, taken to her in a
We will not presume to say that the
item published in The IJli.i.etin yesterday
morning caused the much needed cleaning
of Eighth street in a hurry yesterday. But
that it was cleaned there is no doubt, mid
the appearance of that thoroughfare now,
and the absence of those heretofore very
unpleasant odors to lx; whiffed there, is
Health Officer Summerwell, with his
assistants and with orders from the board of
health to disinfect every nook and corner
between the St. Charles hotel and Thirty
fourth street, ltcgan the work yesterday
morning. The disinfectants being used are
copperas, lime and carljolic acid, and Officer
Jim is distributing them freely where they
are needed, and is doing his work well.
The steamer City of Vicksburg, Capt.
Robert K. Riley, nrrived from Vicksburg
yesterday afternoon. She was examined by
Dr. Smith Dr. Dunning having been called
to Missouri on professional business who
reported her perfectly freo from any
disease. Sho was allowed to come into
port. Tho officers of this iteanier
report everything in Vicksburg quiet, with
no fears on the part of the citizens of that
place as to yellow fever. They report Mem
phis badly worked up, though there lias
been no cases of the disease there yet.
At the annual meeting of the Widow
and Orphan Mutual Aid Society, on Tues
day last, the following were elected mana
gers for the ensuing year: N. 15. Thistle-
Wood; Mrs. P.A.Taylor; J. A. Goldstine;
S. D. Avers; Dr. J. J. Gordon ;.Thos. Lewis;
S'm. Stratum ; Geo. M. Alden; Jas, S. Rear-
iin; 11. iioupt; etias. it. otitarc;
E. A. Ruder, E. R. Egnew, II. Leiuhton, all
of Cairo; Dr. E. R. Rof, Springfield; Mrs.
t. A. Ayres, Villa Ridge; Dr. R. S. Brig
ham, Indianapolis, Ind.; Jas. M. Gelutt,
Keokuk, Iowa; R..-V. 1). C. Wells, Grand
Junction, Tenn.; J. R. Oullcy, Meridian,
Miss. Last nijfht the managers elected the
following officers: Win. Strutton, president;
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, vice presdeut; J. A. Gold
stine, treasurer; Dr. J. J. Gordon, medical
adviser; Thomas Lewis, secretary.
Clear the Way. For the escape from
the system of its waste and debris, which,
if retained, would vitiate the bodily fluids
and overthrow health, that important
channel of exit, the bowels, may be kept
permanently free from obstructions by Using
the non-griping, gently at ting and agree
able cathartic, IIotetter' Stomach Bitters,
which not only liberates impurities, but invi
gorates the lining of the intestinal canal
when weakened by constipation or the un
wise use of violent purgatives, The stom
ach, liver and uiiinury organs are likewise
reinforced and aroused to healthful action
by this beneficent tonic and corrective, and
every organ, fiber, muscle and nerve exper
iences a share of its invigoratiug influence.
Unobjectionable in flavor, a most genial and
and wholesome medieinnl stimulant, ami
owing its eflicacy to Im tunic sources ex
clusively, it is the remedy best adapted to
household use on aecountot its safety, wide
scope and speedy action.
Choice Bacon, Hams, Sides and Shoulders.
Dry Salt Shoulders and Sides, TierCe,
Keg and Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
etc., etc,, all in good sfix:k and for sale at
lowest market price. P. WlimiiT,
Nos. 70 uml 71 Ohio Levee.
The Greatest Bi.kssino, A simple,
pure, harmless remedy, that cures every
time, and prevents disease by keeping the
blood pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is tho greatest blessing ever
conlerred Upon num. Hop Bittern is that
remedy, and its proprietor are being bless.
ed by thousands who have been saved nnd
cured by it. Will yuu try it f See other
THE GOLDEN' CROWN.
COXT1XCATIOX OP TnE CONTUOVERSY HE
M'ECTIXO THE KANITAUY CONDITION OK
THE OOI.DEX CROWX A TEMPEST IN A
C'aseyviu.e, Ky., Aug. 5, 1373.
Editor Cairo Bulletin, Cairo, 111.
Dear Sin Enclosed you will (flnd a
true copy of a paper signed by our passen
gers. The crew will endorse it if necessary.
You will see by it that they know there
was no yellow fever-on lword, and as most of
them are southern people they surely ouu'ht
to know. You w ill please publish it. The
original we have and any one wishing to
see it can do so. W. P. Wai.kek,
Master Str. Golden Crown.
Ou lxiard the steamer Golden Crown,
August 3d, 1S7S. We the undersigned pas
sengers on Ijoard the steamer Golden Crown
on the trip from New Orleans to Cincinnati,
do hereby tender our thanks to Capt. W. P.
Walker, the vigilant commander, also to
Eugene L. Shinkle and Capt. V. Shinkle,
the courteous ami indefatigable clerks, for
the very many pleasant hours and amuse
ment afforded us. Our trip has been one
long to be reniemlered a perfect carnival
of enjoyment. It having been reported
that yellow fever existed on board this loat,
we would state that the report is without
the least foundation in fact, nnd would
recommend to the traveling public the pala
tial steamer Golden Crown.
W. O. Hart; C. A. Dauby; W. T. Peckin
paugh; L. E. Rupp; F. E. Payne; Z. T.
Bixlcr; Geo. Newton; G. R. Peckinpaugh;
L. S. Mowery; F. Spires; Frank Thompson ;
Thos. Tobin; C. Floyd; Robt. E. Huggh;
Mat. Doran; A. Mendelsohn; Miss F. Bloom;
Mrs. S. A. Harman; Mrs. L. Bloom; Miss
M. Salmon; Miss Ida D. Adam's; Miss Allie
B. Farley ; Mrs. S. M. Adams; Miss Mary'
Castellc: Mrs. A. Prespin; Mrs. M. Spires;
J. A. Frank; Eugene F. Gorman; C. A. Con
ner; Frank Kennedy; Grafton Waples;
Frank II. Long; John Kane; George Ad
kinson; Phil. T.Faulkner; Rupus Waples,
Jr.; Thos. A. Kennedy; Henry S. Coleman;
Edwin W. Hannon; Rufus Waples; R. C.
Ilugghe; Phillip Stern; T. S. Gaither; Mrs.
C. M. Burke; Miss Mattie Burke: Mrs. A.
M. Yale; Mrs. M. A. Dean; Miss Julia Dean;
Jennie Dean; Mrs. E. M. Ennis; Miss Radd
Harman; Mrs. R. Stern; Mrs. M.R. Kane.
Capt. John Nurre, of the steamer Dora
Cabler, reports that upon the arrival of the
Golden Crown at Evansvillc, she was
lxmrdcd by four ol the most prominent
physicians of the city, who made a careful
searching examination of the Iniat. and reii-
lereil the unanimous decision that she was
entirely free from any disease whatever.
and gave her a certificate of health. She
was allowed to remain at that port as long
as the captain desired.
Smokkhs, if you wish a fine "Key West'
or 'IniDorted" ci'ar. call at Kiirsmi.yi.r'
cigar store. It is the only place in' the city
almost daily in receipt of fresh goods.
Qcery. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bros
Seal of North Carolina" at the same price !
A Campaiox Si.a.miek. When Dr. R. V.
Pierce was a candidate for State Senator, his
jHilitical opponents published a pretended
analysis of his Mipuhir medicines hoping
thereby to prejudice the people against him.
Mis election by an overwhelming majority
severely rebuked his traducers, who sought
to impeach his business integrity. No no
tice would have been taken of these camp
aign lies were it not that some of his enem
ies fund every successful business man has
his full quota of envious rivals; are repub
li.slki;ig these bogus analyses. Numerous
and most absurd formulas have been pub
lished, purporting to come from high author
ity ; and it is a significant fact that no two
have been at all alike conclusively proving
the dishonesty of their authors.
sometiii.no awht the i;on.;vAitjs the
ANCIENT III I.WOIIKS Oil ItAMI-AHTS OK
I'Allis CAKES AND CltY-TAI. 1'AI.ACKS EX
TENDED TO THE DIMENSIONS OK A CITY
IMZZI.INO DIsl'EAYS TIAIlAS OK DIAMONDS,
From un Occasional Corri'-jiomb iit.
Paris, July 2U, 1S7S.
Every great metropolis has, and has had
a centre a heart, the focus of life, of char
acter, and movement. In Rome, the Forum
with its classic memories; in London, Re
gent street: in New York, Broadway; and in
Paris modern Paris the Boulevards. Oth
er points have been more central and more
fashionable in the Paris of the past, for thu
Boulevards interiors were once exteriors,
and their history and chronology is known.
But the Palais Royal, the Louvre, nnd other
centres of attraction have been eclipsed by
these Boulevards, which represent the type,
the essence of Paris life in all its original
ity and piquancy. Formed in the seven
teenth century, the Boulevards were at first
thu bulwarks ar ramparts of Paris, when tho
nightingales frequented the groves replaced
by the present Boulevards llaussinann
and Malesherbes, and lovers strolled in tho
flowery fields about the Chaussee d' An
tin. They have many Interesting historical
associations. Mongalller.inventorof balloons
lived in tjio Boulevard St, Denis; the assas
sin Fieschl pointed his infernal machine
against Louis Philippe from No. 10, Boule
vard do Temple, and thu noted beauty,
Ninon de L'Enclos, lived on the same Boul
evard, No. 2D ; while tho well known Boul
evard ties Italians, thu zenith of Parisian
animation in 115, was inhabited by tho
celebrated comedian Regnnrd, the rival of
MOKMMf, AL U I fcs'l
Moliare. What a transformation in the
prcont day; the shop windows with the
blaze of Petisi: the wealth of the Indies
and Bonanzas, with the rarest combina
tions of modern ingenuity and industry
a crystal palace extended to the dimensions
of a city, with avenues of light and pas
sages of pleasure. All this must bu seen to
be understood or rather felt, for the geueral
impression of the far-famed Boulevards is a
much more owerful append Ui tho passions,
emotions, and, perhaps, to tho esthetic
sense, than to the thought or reason, more
clearly typified in our moresolior cities, tho
markets and marts of this age of progress.
A heterogeneous crowd, which the de
lights of the French capital have attracted
from all parts of the world gaze with rapture
upon the sceue of wonders. The dazzling
display of diamouds and other costly jewels
exhibited in tho windows which are illlu
minuted with gas by means of reflectors,
throwing a soft clear light and showing off
these treasures to the la-st advantage. The
windows are in most cases rearranged ex
pressly with a view to evening effect. No
where else can be seen such an attractive
display of tiaras of diamonds and precious
stones, ranging in price from five to two
hundred thousand francs. Watches of every
variety of style, and every description of
jewelry, glitter in the soft mellow light.
Perfumery shops, also arranged with the
most consummate skill, impregnating the
air with delicious odors, add to the fairy
like impressions of the scene. Clothing
establishment, marbles, pictures, bronzes,
fruit and pastry shops, m fact every thing
can be found here in the greatest profusion.
Ever' variety of form and device are re
sorted to in arranging gaslights and mirrors
so as to produce the greatest effect. The
names of many of the principal restaurants
and cafes are emblazoned over the doors in
letters of fire, the effect of which is ex
tremely beautiful while at the same time
the cost must be enormous; hut the shop
keepers seem to pay no regard to the item
of expenditure in their endeavors to
eclipse each other in brilliancy of display.
The illumination continues until alsmt
A point of unusual attraction is the Grand
Cafe upon the Boulevard des Capucines,
comer of Rue Scrile, the largest and most
magnificent cafe in Pari-, and probably in
the world. The general effect from the op
posite side is dazzling; the rooms urc a
blaze of light. It is -said that 2,000 people
congregate here at night to drink coffe-e
cognac, absinthe, and peruke the leading
journals. The decoration and furniture of
this cafe has cost nearly a million of francs.
Its main attraction is perhaps the exquisite
painting of the ceiling, executed by artists
of no less merit than Boulanger and Pula
luney. A group of bacchantes and fauns ou
the ceiling of the drawing room,
which measures thirteen metres in
in circumference is a work of artistic merit
which might lie envied by any an collector.
Upon the side walks, in front of the cafe,
w hich are iiljout thirty feet wide, and cover
ed with asphaltum, like the streets, are ar
ranged small tables and neat fancy chairs
made of iron, these are occupied, upon
pleasant evenings, by persons of both sexes,
regaling themselves with ices. etc. The ef
fect of this largo crowd both within and
w ithout the cafe, the great profusion of gas
lights, the uuiuImts of w hich seem doubled
and quadrupled by reflection from the im
mense mirrors on the walls, combine to pro
duce a scene of unusual brilliancy and gay
ety. C. A. S.
LKTTIK COLEMAN'S I.AI.'MiRY.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman, who has her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, takes
this method of informing her old friends
and patrons that she is at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. She
has reduced prices to suit the times.
Many a lloM.au formerly Hjjeijt on evpuiiuve Sul
phur Hath In now mvi.d by nib-tltutin therefor
(1ciiii Snlihtir Sonti, ttlikli Is lu-t ns b'-iit-fkliil
but Infinitely ch' uj.er. Local disease of the ekln,
rheumatism and ;'ont are ull Mli-ved by thi -tain!-nrd
remedy. Complexion hlrml-hea ore eradleati-d
by It. and It Impart" to the cuticle a pearly white
n utid velvety tufltK-M which (rwutly entianee
the effect of fvniolecbnrmi'. Its n,i,Mu '. ulititihlo-
Iflstlc ac tion con-tltuteii It a prime remedy for nores,
ulcers, cut, aprulna, uralds, brulsea. and In Tint
every ubnormul condition of the cuticle intended by
Inflammation, cwrlllni! or Itching, l.ielie. moving
In our heft society rpeuk of It beautify ing proper
tied In enthusiastic terms, ami trlve It a decided
preference to connitlcn wbkh merely conceal but
do not, like OleiinV Sulphur Snap, enidlciite defect
of the complexion. The Use of oliituienii, lor
eruptive complaints In to be ileurei uted becuuse of
their Laving a tendency to clou the pores and In
come cases to nruvate rather than remedy Dm
disease. They are, besides, seldom thorough
I'liouuli In their cu'ccls to prevent the recurrence of
-millions of an Inveterate typo mid have thu dU
adviinliiue of soiling I ho linen of persons who ta
t hem. (ilenn's Sulphur Soup, on the contrary, null
tally cures the dlH-ii'es to which It Is udiipteil and
still further recommend" Itself on occount of Its
clenullnesH. It Is, besides, an admirable disinfect
ant of clotblnu which has besn uoru by persons
aflllctcd with dl-eases a contusions liuture. As a
spoclllc preventive, and promoter of the t'enernl
hsnhli It present udvantauvs of the most uuctilv
ocul description. Sold by DruMs.
Hill's Ihitr und WhlrkLr Dye, black or brown,
price Mi cents.
UNIVERSITY (iK YIIUilNIA.-Ho.smn be.
Kins on the l- lr-t of October, and continues nine
months. The Institution Is tiririuil.eil on the elec
tive system, tflvlnir thu student free choice of -tint
les, with lull courses In tile Schools of the Acade
mic llepui'lmi'lit and In the Schools of l.uw,
Meilli Ine, EniliieerliiK und Airlnilturo. Kor cat
nloifiie apply In tint Sunalary of llie.Kncully, 1', O.
L'ulversity of Virginia.
JA.MEUF. HARRISON. M. 1)..
Chairman oftbe Faculty.
JJLOUMINGTON LAW SCHOOL.
JndL'o It. M. lleiijamln, Dealt!
Coti-imilloiinl l.iiw, .liiilfu o. T. Iteevei.
nnd Eiiully. O W. Aldrlch. I'll. II. 1. 1.. I).. Con
tracts and Ileal I'ropertv. Hon. Lawrence Weldoii,
Deadline. A. O, Kurr. 1,1,, H., Evidence and Crimi
nal Law, Diploma on twoyeursatlcndance, admit
ui tne nur oi Illinois. I'rntes lor iiesi examination
fill whole course, Flrt price, JUKI; Knil prlne, ",
Three tiirnis a vi'iir. Tulllon ilfi im t term, Kul
term bei(lli Tliursduy. September W. KiS, For
rurtiier information apply to A, U, RAHR, Dle-oin
HOLMAN'S LIVER PADS.
Ohio Levee and
State of Illinois. Comity of Alexander, in the County
Court. Aie.'ii-t Term. 17.
Thomas .Martnln. Administrator de boms non of
the Kstate oftteore W Erwln. ib-cea.ed. : tli. i
lieth. Seliiiiatz.iieor.-Erwin.Jotin J. Krwln. Flor
ence Em in, William W. Erwln and Frederick
A peililoi to sell real ctate to pay debts.
Atndavit bavins been fll.d in thu ottlce of the un
dersigned Clerk of said Court, showing that ElUa
heth Si hmntz and Florence Erwln, tu of ij,, nl,v,
named defendant, are non residents of the state of
liliiioi-, and that Oeoru-e Erwln, another ol -aid de
fendants, cannot be found on due and taretul In
iUirv. notice is therefore heretiy L'ivin to von the
said Elizabeth Schmnz. Flurem e Erwiu andot-orie
F;rwin that the said 'J liomas Msriain. Admini.trator
de bonis nun of the estate of i.eori-e V. Krwlu. di-c,-aeil.
has riled hit petition In said Court airnin.t
the above named defendants, pray ing for an onn-r
to s,-ll the follow inK' de.crih.-d real e-tate situated In
the County nfAh-iaiid.-rai.il state of Ihinois. to wit:
Tho uniluided one naif of the sonth-west quarter
ol the iiorth en-tnuarterof e..-tiou No. thirtcuj
aii-o the umlivlile.i half or the west ia;t the.,iilh
ent quarter of sniil section No. thirteen (I i all In
TnWU-hJp So. Ulteeil (I.V SoUIll llrilllie two ii He-t
..I me tlilru I'lim ipm irieriaiau. said real elate ion
talnini! one hundred and twenty aen- of Inml more
or le--. and the undivided huff of the same sivty
ai re- more or less, un h sal,,- t ),e tntele to pay the
ib-ht. and claim, a'aln-t the e.tate of .aid 1.,-or-W.
Erwin ileeea.vil; and that summons lu suid euue
ha- b.-eii 1--U.-.1 out of suiil court p-lurnuble at lie
AtiiMiM term of .aid court to beholden :it the court
hou-e In the city of Cairo In .aid county ou tne
thiol .Mointay in Autfii-t, A. 1. s7s.
Now unit---, you the .aid K'labi tli S, .n,nU
Florence Erwin and Oeor.-e Erwin shni I-im,. ,,. i,,-.
lore .aid court on the first ny of said 0 rm thereof
mill plead, an-wer or demur to s.ihl petition, the
allegation, contained therein w iil laken a- con-
f' ony you anil an order enteiud la accordance
with the prayer of said petition.
s A M CKI. .1. Ilt'St M
Clerk of the county court.
Caiiio. A'JC. 5. IsTS.
State of Illinois. Alexander County s. In the Alex
ander i.ountv Circuit Court.
ieminal' tlartlett ami Volte-v S. li.-irlb-tt. hi-r
hu-liHtid. vs. Mary Mi-wart and W'illiam W. stew art.
lllil to fori-clo-e inortu'iii;e.
1'iililic Notice i. le-reby -iv.'ii tlint, lu pursuance
of a decree rendered by i,M ( oui-t In the above en
titlol caiie al the .May Term. A. I). 1. I. John
H llarinan. Sla-t'-r in Chai.i ery of piiiii County, will,
on .Monday. Hie second ihiv of September.
A. l. Is;. at the hour of II o'clock a. m ,
sell at public auction the blithest
bidder lorca-h in hand. at the we-terly iloorol the
Court Hou-e. In the city of Cairo. In .aid lotintv
uml state. Hie foilowli.if described real estate, ui
wi': -The northerly one hundred acres of claim
numbered rive hundred and twenty-nine i.'-so. sur
vey numbered live hundred and twenty -even tWTi.
coiuineiicin at the north ea.leriy corner ol said
l iiiiin. and nirvey and runnim alon-.' ihe caterly
Urn- of -aid rluiin to a point a siiltleleiu dl-tanee from
said In "iiiiiini; to include with a line running ncros.
said claim parallel with the northerly line of -aid
claim to tie' westerly line thereof lo include .aid one
hundred acres ol land .iluate lu the Count v of Alex
ander, state of llllnol".'' lo-thcr with the privl-le-.'es
and appurtenance thereunto buloinrin,' or
Slid real esiale will lie- sold to satisfy a decree lor
Jl.lisi.ls with interest and the costs of suit and ex
pen... of tale.
JOHN (J. HARMAN,
Sla.ter in Chancery.
Cr.ttr.N a f.nnniT. Comp't. Ndlcltor.
Dated ( alro. Illinois. August Sill. )S
K-tate of CiiAiit.t:. Wf.iikii, deceased.
The; under-liri:.-,!. haviie.' been appointed Admin
istrator of the Estate, of ( hark W eber, late of III. I
County of Alevander and Mule of Illiuoi., deceased,
hereby irle. notice Unit he will appear before thu
County t otirt ol Alrxuudcr Coiintv, at the Conn
llou.e In Cairo, at Ihe October leiili. on thu Thiol
Monday lu October next, at which time all per-ons
ravine claim, aeulnst said esiatu are notlrled and
reiiie.tec to utl im lor the purpose of having tin,
same inlju-ted, All per-on mdebied to said e.tate
are reiiie.ied lo uinke liumcdlulii payment to the
J titled i hi. Seventh davof Aiit'itst. A. 1). lrs.
F. U. .-Toi KFI.ETII. Administrator
'O'i'ICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To WHOM IT MA V CONCERN!
Tin-Niiilcrsltrtifd. iidmlnl"tratorof the estate of
of John Sullivan, deceased, hereby L'lvc" liotleu
that he will make a dual report of hi. acts and
ilolm;. a such administrator, to the Comity Court
of Alexander Couutv, nt the AuuuM term therof,
A. I. Is",s. to w it : On Monday. AuiruM ll'th. h7h,
and will then mid tberu n.k for a lull und Html
settlement of the iiceouiits, uml for a lUsi liniu'e
from all further llublllty us uiluilnlstrator of said
U. W. SHORT,
I F.NEKAI, DEI.IVKRV open a. in.; closes
VI il;;to p.m. i sumliiv: s to u u. m.
.Money Order Department open at 8 ft. in.; closes
nt 5 p. m.
ThroiiKh Express Mulls via Illinois Central nnd
Sllssl.slppl Central Railroad, clo.e ut I'Min p, in,
Cairo and poplar Dlun" Through und Wuy .Mull
closes nt p.'tHtl p. hi.
Way Mail via Illinois Central, Cairo and Vln
ceiines und Sllss.s.ippl Central Railroads close ut
tc l l p, in.
Wuy Mall for Narrow (lining Railroad closes at S
Ciilroand Evtiiisvlllit River Route closes at tli'10
p, lu. dully vCKupt l-'rlduyb
OTICE TO CONTRATORS.
Orrirt or Citt Ci.mk I
. . , Caiiio, Iu. Ji.xv i, lsrs I
Hnalnd nroposalt will ta rcelvd Bt this ofllca
until o'cloclt p. in., of Tuesday, l:ith day of Am
KU.t. Iffit. for li.rnl.hliitf all materials "ueplli
such pine as Is now owned by the city) and (lolt.i
o . ! "? ,,ne:y, "7 l'"uln'' dralnauo pIpS
throiiKh thu (dilo Leyeu, at or near Thirty-elidith
.treut, .ccordliiK to tilau und spedrtcatlons made by
J. I . Hely. dvil emjineer, and now on fllu lu this
office. Said work lobe done under the dlrectloa
aud supervision of thu Committee on Dralnaire
The rltfht to reject any or all bids Is rri b
tho city. J. B. I'llll.I.IS.CItyj lerk 1
Sytll be received at the City Clerk's omco until
J clock of Tuesday. Aiiirust Isth, 1S7S, for the city
I'mitlng for one year. Mnld bids must Include tha
cost of piihll.hlun tho council procredliiirs 0rdl.
nances and notices or all kinds. Inserted by anvcltv
ottlcer, or by order of thfdtv council. ' '
The city reserves the rlirhttorejeet any or ill bids
,. , , . , . J- R- I'UILLIM, City Clerk. '
Cairo, 111.. Julr , lsrs.
BITTER WLE OF IROX.
Ihe creut .urre arid delljht of the neoii'.e tn
fact, notlilns! like It bus ever been offered tun
American people which has soquh kly found Its way
Into their u'ood favor and hourly approval as K i
Kunkie . hitter W ine of Iron. It dis s all pro
pose., and thu. j-ivea tmiver-al satUiactlou. t 1
Ultaranleed locuru ine worst caset of dvspep.la or
iidli:e.lloii. kiduev or liter di.eases.' eakites,
nervou.m-.s, consiipation. actdiit of the stomach,
e. i.t the di-iiiilne. C)nly sold In $1 on bottles.
Keiiot and oltice. W North 'liith Street, Phll..-i.
phi. AskforKuukie'taudtukeBoolhar fcolu by
ail uiuu.'Uu. '
Dysyciisia! D.vsiopslu! PysiH-psia!
E. F. Kunkel's Uittsr hm of Iron Is a sure cure
Tor this disea-e. It lias ti.-en pn-scritx-d da'lv for
nui.y yiars lu the prwllcu of eminent bbrsii'labl
with unparalleled surre. Svmptoms are lo.s
appetlu. wind and risimt of foisL drynsc. in uiouth,
.. ..... ,,.,.,r-F, Fi,-, ,,,-.Mnev uwi ,nw apmts.
t the iremiine. Not sold In bulk, nnlv It, l l!
im, !!d l,-V,H!,' ,lr"l-'-1""- A-k for E. F. Knukle's
Illtler VI Ine of Iron. Ld lake no olW. $lnerbot-
ir. An i tsK is a trial or this
A trial will cuuvim.0 you at
WORMS! WORMS! WORMS!
E. F. Kunkle's Worm Syrup never fails to remnro
all kind of Worm, heat, piu and stomath worms
are readily removed by Kunkie 's worm Svniti. Dr.
Kunkie Is the only sue ccrul physician that can re
move tape worm lu from two U futtr hour. He has
no f.-e uutll hi-adaud all passes ailvj and lu this
spac of time. Common srnss tear lies If tap worm
can be removed all other worios ran txi r adiiy re
moved. Ask yourdrnirxM for a bottle of Kunkel's
Worm Syrup. Price j,-r bottle. It ntver fails
or send to the doctor for circular. No. ir, North
Ninth street, Philadelphia. I'a. Advim freu.
Treasurer- It F. Parker.
Clerk-J. II. 1'hllli..
Counselor Wm. It. (.iibert.
.Var-hal-C 1). Arti-r.
Attomev-W. y. Mi itee.
l'olicu Ma'l.Watt J. J. lttrd.
Botnn or Ai.nruy c-.
Flr.t WnnI- Oeo. Yociim. W rn. O Callnhan
Second Ward -Wood Rltlenhoti.e, N. U. Th'.'t'e
wood. Third Wsrd-W P. Wrbht. ,Ihn Wo.sl.
Fmirth Ward -4 hirle. o. I'atlcr. I J Fov.
Fifth Ward-T. W. Ilallldiy, C has. Lauca-..-r.
Circuit ,lud-.- I). ,1. Hiker.
4 ir. ult ( erk- .l A. lt,-,-ve..
t ' nt my .Indire - li. H uui.
ountv I'l.-'li -S .1 llii..m.
4 ..iinty Attorney- W. I . Mulkcv.
4 oni,iy Trea.uri-r-A. J. Aideu.'
Mt. riti-I'.-t.-r Saiip. "-.
4 oron.-r- l(. FiO.'era.i..
Coiniiv 4 oniini.ioner. T. W. HallhUy, SI. V.
town. ,eo. W. Mrutnom.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
tl'fess 8:i, p in. l'.':lo a.m.
"' 4 'ii u.m. I in
I'1 '-bt 7-lna.m. -ii
rr.-i-.'bi' s;:)n m. s.,.
4 ip m.
CAlJiij A.NO VI.NcE.NNEa it.II.hOAI.
'" toijpm. ih m.
M. I.Ot ls, I. M. A.NO bOlTlJEliN RAILROAD.
i Arrive. Depart.
Ltj's n-4t.tn. f)ii.in.
CAIRO AND ST. I.OLIS RAILROAD.
Tfirnih Kxpri-s" 4:1. p.m. S:t.iam.
M:;:-i,liy .horn Ai com moilat Ion, 1 -J . W. p.m. ii;ip.iu.
't.x ept Sunday. E:c..-pt Monda.
i.A .MEDICINE. NOT A DRINK.)
noi, r.iTiir, mandrake,
And tus rctiK.T ami I!k-t MunieAt. (CAt.ifiF.s
or aix otiuh Ilirri.n-.
All Di-eri.es of the 'S'oniteh. Howe". Illood.
Liver. Kiilnsy", nnd t'rlnary 4ir,'an-. N'-rtotis
miss, hleep,-',ne.s, F'.-iiiale Complaints and
81000 IN (SOLD
Will lie paid for a case they will not cure or help,
or for anything Impure or Injurious fouiul In
Ask yottr drti'.-.'lt for Hop Hitters ami free
books, and try the Miters before yon sleep.
The Hop finish Pure itml Tain Relief l the
the ClicHpcst, Surest Mini Rest.
For Sale by
ORDINANCE NO. 81.
AN OliDISANCB I.KVVINO AND AsK-INII TAXES roll
TIIK l l IIIIKNT VtAII.
lie It ordtiliied ty the city council of city (d Culrn:
SKirrniN 1. That the sum of twenty Ihou-aiid dol
lar is hereby levied and accd tor corporate pur-po-es
upon .'lie reul null personal jiroperty wllliln
Urn llv ol I alio, subject to WNHlioli. as the sauiu I
u..,.-.i'!l lor slate iiti'U county purpose for thu cur
ski , -4. Tlie mavor and city clerk of said city or
Cairo are herehy'illr.-eted to certify to the county
cl.-rk of Alexander county. Illinois, on or before tho
second Tuesday In Autin.t A. I) , IKS. Hint the said
city of Cnlro require" the sum twenty thousand dol
lar's lobe raised lv luxation, for I he current year, (Hid
thu city clerk l further directed to Hie with said
county clerk of Alexander county, cm or hclorc thu
suiil second Tuesday lu August, A. D., lsjtrsi, u cortl
lled copy of Mil" orillnani e.
Sue. a. Whenever Ihe county clerk of said Alex
ander county has extended the tax above levied lor
the .aid city of Cairo tlmllllte county collect. ir's
book lor the current year, II -hull be the duty oi.thu
city clerk ton. certain 'tin-exact amount so extended,
anil chaw the same upon his books to said (-elector,
and to credit the "aid collector with the sums
he shall from lime to time pay to thu city treaur
er on uccoiint of said tax . 1'rovlilci! thu city clerk
snail not credit tint said collector with uny abate
ments or forfeiture of said tux, .intil the same have,
been examined n nil allowed by the city council i
but sbull bu tlie duly of the city clerk to obtain
from the said collector a statement of any abate
ments nnd forfeiture, nnd present thu same for up
proval ol'the cllyconnell.
Hkc. 4. Itsliiill be the duty of the city treasurer,
w hen tho county collector shall from lime to tlnin
pay over to sa!dt'rcnitrcr any city taxes levied abuu
iii'place the same In the ircncrul fund,
Api'roted Aitiiiist Tth. Isrx,
HENRY WINTER. Mayor.
Attet: . "
J. II. I'iiiuh, City Clerk.