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ASCAI.OX WUQK, MU. M.
?A Hnhrhli of I'jrililM, meet cury Kil
lavmxnt nt iinu-iinsi myui, mimn'
rvllnwn' Unit. C K, SLACK,
ALUXANOKIl t.OWJK, NO. '221.
Imlfimiulinl Order of Oclil-Fi-I-lowi,
inert very 1 hursitay night
nl linlf iMtt i iin. Iii their nail mi
Commercial amine, l?tw-cii hlMh ami 8cv nlh
street Joint II Uomman, N. tl.j,
UlllO r.Nl.AMl'MKNT, I. O. O. P.. mill;
V lit UiIcMVIIuvk' I fall mi llm flrMnnil third
liicwln) In outj m-inlli, nt bnlf-paM M'Wii.
, u m.aik, v.
A ( UltOI.OIMIi:. N0.2T
TlLirV ooiilr Mall, mrner Com
nnd P.lglitli dtrii'l, on
. SO. 2.17. A .K. A A. M.
communication In Ma-
1 1 ic M-conl nun
i.iltlli .Mnnil.iV nfenii niontli
FOURTH OF JULY AT HOME.
THE CAIRO ALEXANDER HUNTING
will tiiyi: a
(irmul ittrlollc t'elcltriilliiii
Coming Anniversary of American Independ
ence At rnr
lleiuillliil Kiiiliirli v drini'", 0ipi-.
The ino-l extensive preparations have
Ix-cii made by thet'nlro AIoxniul;i llunt-
ImrClub to make till' ilay a memorable
and patriotic ow In the hl-tory ol
Tlii ground- have ln.cn cleared of un
derbrush, platforms for speaker-, anil
eats lor the audience have bi-cii erected,
a line dancing iloor laid on U-cl -prlng-
provldeil, and two cornet band Irnni
Chicago and Kvaiivillo and Prof. Ki-en
berg's line -trlnj? band have been em
ployed. IfcfrcMuncut Mauds will bo
put up and swings tor the littli' one
carefully prepared. This is no money
making bu-lncss, but only provided for
live comfort and pleasure of the public.
The boat will leave at Capt. llalllday's
wharf .boat as follows : No. I at 0 o'clock
a. iu. So. 'i at I o'clock a. in.; N'o. :i at
11 o'clock a. So. at 1 o'clock p. m.;
So.o ntli.SOp. in. Vo.O at 2::W p. in.
anil Xo. 7 at 3:M p. in.
Tickets for the round trip,- -j.-, wnt?
Children accompanied by their p:m.,t-.
Illinois Ckntu u. 1ailiioai Co., )
Oitici: or C! k.nt.ii.w. Aoknt,
('.mo. in-., .ruly 1. 1x7.'.. 1
Dxcur-lon tickets for the UH of .Inly
will be 'old from Cairo to any .tntion on
the line and return, at one and one-flftl
fare for the round trip. .Nile or excur
sion ticket- will commence on Friday,
.Inly 2d. and dt-umtlnuo on the depar
Hire of the evening train on the nth
Tickets good to return until .Inly Olb. in
r lulve. Jame-s .Ioh.vso.v,
T-I-Jit. (leiicral Ajrenl.
link I'riill Jnr.
at To cents per dozen ; the late-t style
in Jelly class. S-al'ntr wax In large and
small miantliles. at Dan'l Ilartinan's
corner Sixth street.
The co-partniT'lilp heretofore cxl't'n;
UBiler the luinc and ktyle of "Cliaj. i
Howe .V Co.,'' I tbU day dl'solved.
Ciu. M. llowi:,
T. V. W'KXUKL,
CaIKo, .luly Ut, l7.fi.
lii purch t-cU tlie Inlercst ot S. K.
Iliimlile and T. V. Weasel la the late llrm
of ('lias, M, ilowo.t Co , the liii-lncfi of
sattl linn will htreaitor be comluctcd under
the nanie and ilylc of "0. il. Howe .t
tiro.," wio will ai'iimc all thn liabilities of
the late Unn Ciias. M. Howk,
7lJ!t. I'iUNK IIowk.
Ueuuiau 0 mgre Sjirlng water lit hol
tlc, kept on Ice aoiUsM tor 10 cent- per
b'lan, 20 ecnls per bottle, and ifi per dozen,
at the following placer : 1'hll. .Saup's Con
lettlonery ; Mcdauley'n and Seliuh's l)ni-lore-,
and I.uilln llerbei tV ltcblnurant.
The siavatoi'i Congress Spring Water U
put up and gold in hottlcH only, to In-iire Its
orlKleal trontli uud mcdletnal proiTrtfc.
Arliiiytou lin Cream Saloon, T. 11. Ki
ll, proprietor, at lhc AiliiiKton Houe,
on CoiniucrcUii avenue, between
Sixth and .Seventh, U now open.
The most ilelleioin lee Cream always on
hand. Families iiipiilled with any quan
tity, and at reasonable price?. '5-lP-tf.
A cottage on Thlrleentli eta-el, bctw ceii
Vn1iliirtou avenue and Walnut street,
il-ia-tt. Apply to Smith.
The entire outfit of tho (iraiul Ceuti'jl
Hotel, with a II vo years' lease, and on reas
onable terms, For particular, apply to
77-C-2Jtr. Wm. Wetel.
4 li-aicr TIihii Kvcc Kiiotvn lleforc.
-Mason'M .Self-Scaling Fnilt.Inr.snt SI M
lor dozen. Kxtra rubbers for Mason's
Fruit Jars, nt Daniel llartinan's, corner
.Sixth Mreet. 0-25-tf
For Niiln or Item.
Tho house and lot on the corner of
Klglilh and Walnut streets. For particu
lars npply to Mits. Cummixos.
teS-X Ila stock envelopTTat lhc Bui.
i.Kl in offlce, $a 25 per M.
Ill sell lass Irnlt Jarg during tho Heason
lower than any other home In the city, uud
deliver tbcra at your refclj6nce, A dU
count will always he mado to the trade.
ClIAKLES O. l'ATIKU A- Co,
SUNDAY, .in.V I, 187.-..
f.nrnl Wrnther Ite-tort.
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'1 IIOMAS .IONKS, ."(rut. S. H., U. S. A.
.No I'lipci- TliPil.r
Oui 'Mjoyf," will observe the Fourth
on to-morrow, K)iiciiicntiy tiien; win
bo no paper l-siied from lbl olllre 'I ue?-
Apply al the Hi'Lixiis otllce
If aiivllilng peculiarly striking or re-
inaikalily lnterefltlug U obiervctl In Ihe.'e
coIiiuiutbN iiiorninjr, it may be ascribed
to the fact that tli local editor i" absent
from the city.
li-jj-f., Oi JattUl'a nwl A'" v7.'A.I.V-
':(, itfliilhfjal htttrngr.
Itev. Mr. Wallar will lueaeii at llie
1'nibyteriaii church Minday morning.
Divine fervicc. with the celebration
of the Holv Communion, will Ix- held at
the Church of the Kedeeincr nt lOiWa.
in., to-day. The llcv. l'mnk It. (illliort,
brother of Ilic rector, will olllclatc
All llrcmaii who Intend to
Deltas will be fiirnl'hed with
Ix-lt at their engine hoiue.
SyDo not fail to attend the Knight
of I'vtliia? excur-lon to-morrow. .
i:ii-rllon o( onircr
At a late nicctln-,' of the Knights of
Pythian, the following olllcer- were elect
ed for the ensuing term! ('. C.,.Ino. II.
Gossmau ; V. C, W. II. Howe ; lv. of It.
A S., T. . Kei th : Prelate, M.l'. Fulton ;
-M.ofi:., II. Iloiipt; M. ot F.. 'Iheo.
CanlL'nn; .M. at A., John D. Ilolinc.
1,(J00 yards grenadines iu all colore,
worth .7) ci-uU a J ard, which I will t-ell
for 10 rent- a yard. 1). IIaiitmax.
We advi'.e tho-e who de'ire to spend a
pleasant day to-morrow, to attend theex
curslou on iho Kekert, under the auri
cles or tho KnlghU of Pythias. The ar
rangements have all Iki-ii completed, and
we predict a good time for tho-e who at
tend. Price of ticket: itcnUemen SI ;
ladies and children (over ten year of
agel 50 cents.
AllrntlOM, Itimr llnlli.t.
IlalN and bate at co-t tho largest as
sortment ever brought to Cairo, which 1
will Mil fur.lhe next thirty day at co-t
Wii ars plea'eil to note that the city
authorities have commenced Using earth
enware drainage tiling to replace the
wooden eewers which have rotted out in
dlll'ercnt iarU of ll dir. Workmen arc
nt present engaged In putting in a new
iewcr acro-s Washington nvenue at
Xlneth street, whleh.when completed.wlll
prove of linnien'c benellt to that whole
The Cairo llox A Ila-kct Co. have
lately had constructed a large and sub
stantial engine house and drying house
combined. It bas been placed quite a
distance from the main building, where
by the danger from lire is greatly dimin
ished. We notice quite a number ot new
houses going up In diU'erent parts of the
city; also a number which are being re
paired by their owners.
lAnirnloii It it I c.
Tho Knights of Pythias have put the
prico ot their excursion tickets at $1 for
gentlemen and ."0 cents for ladies and
children, being i:ood for both the day and
Soiurllil nir Xch .
A larjnj assortment of ladies' suits,
latest style, which I will sell cheap.
D. II A 1ST m a x .
A team belonging to a countryman,
on yesterday became excited over a dis
play of fireworks, broke away from their
driver, and were having a ''little 1th of
their own" when they were suddenly
checked iu their career by running
against a fence, where they were secured.
Ileyond a few bruises to the driver and a
few scratches to the horse, there via no
Families wanting above can be -up-plied
by leaving their order witli
V.. A. Wiii;i:i.ock & Co.,
(i.:wr ' Xo.77 01tlol.evee.
.IiiiIkc linker ItccchHlnii.
Judge linker has been almost
continuously on the bench, din
ing the past tlvo years. On Frldliy he
adjourned the Alexander Circuit Court,
and will now be Idle for two month.
We have no doubt ho will "recess" with
much pleasure to himself. AH his
friends and he has a whole host will
bo glad lo know that ho has at last u sea
son of ret.
IS3fKlT.lS()EJ(i mof ilelMouslire
.Sheriff Irvln commenced on Thursday
the sale of land and lots for tho delin
quent taxes for tho year 1871, but after
selling each day 0110 or two tracts ad
journed the salo to accommodate those
who dcslro to pay their taxes. The salo
will, however, commence hi earnest on
Tuesday next, and wo advise thoso who
have not paid to call around and settlo
tip their taxes, for by so doing they will
save themselves from cot and trouble.
nllt'ioiilII.it'.NKHnl I.onU llrr-lirl'M
JOHN M'llt'.fili A II :! ' At.!..
On Sen-laj' Evonlng, July F6iilh at Wh'
Nnereil 'olieorl mid irmnl
Tho Oarden will bo Illuminated by
five hundred colored lamps on a new
principle never In-foro wltncHi:d nt Cairo.
After the concert n coeial dance will close
the cvciiIihh entertainment. Concert
commences at 8 o'clock. AduiMon, free.
All my friends and the public In gene
ral are 'repeetlully Invlled to attend.
Come one! Come All !
7-:Wt .IOHX .SCMF.F.I., Pres.
All ineinler who projioM! to partici
pate In the celebration at Murphysboro,
Monday, .July fifth, are hereby noti
fied to be promptly on hand at Kugliic
Mouse In uniform at (5 u. in. Hy orderof
the company. M. .t. McOai'ly, Sci-'y.
Our I'nlho lln .
Tho feetlvltles and pleaH ircs Incident
to the filorloii Fourth, were commenced
on yclerday, will Iw continued during
to-day and will "wind up" to-morrow,
and those who can't have all the fun they
want In that time, arc certainly hard to
ulca-e. Wo have heard of no accidents
yet. but as the Fourth Inm scarcely be
gun there le ph-nly of time for the usual
eomtileinent of broken no-cs. lu-rer
ehot oil", etc.
(in tit Irfiuls Hrrln-rlS for I'll.Si:-
A IjAinii: aortiiieiit of Alapaea Cat.s
from?! W to 2 iVJ. at HirtinaM'.-. --or-
iici SlMhiind l oiiiintreial avenue.
nek I ilk- mm.
.llm .Midlory Is the lucky owner of a
bird which was imported to him directly
from the .Sandwich Island-, and although
Jim declares It Is a mocking bird, those
who have examined it and heard It
.sing, declare that it look- like u crow,
sings like a crow, and are inclined to
believe that it is u crow : but at any rate
it is a line looking bird, and although
Its accomplishments in the .singing line
are not very well developed, it U prled
very ldghly by his owner.
iulte a .scrimmage occurred yesterday
afternoon near the corner of Fourteenth
street and Commercial avenue, between
two Irate daughter of Hani, on account
of onic remarks made by one agalnU
the other, wherein her honc-ty was im
pugned. They squared theniselve-, and
after punching away awhile they clinched
and commenced pulling hair and biting.
There was quite a crowd present who
made no efforts to part the combatant-.
They were, however, dlscovereil by olll
ccrs Cain & Sheehan, who arrested them
and took them before 15ross,who assessed
a line of $20 and costs against one and
discharged the other.
lloj V Clothlni;.
i nave j list rceeivci f ii,lc 0t
iMiye,- cioxnmg latest lylus which 1
will sell for oue-foiirtli of manufacturer'.'
prices. Come and see for ymirsclvn nt
o.i.i -.' I ii n' Hall.
The Odd Fellows' Hall, which was con
siderably damaged by the lato Klchholf
lire, Is undergoing thorough repairs, and
will be, when finished, one of the neatest
lodge rooms In the State. The lodge
have purchased a new carpet hi which Is
worked all the emblems of the order, and
have also ordered new and handsome
chairs lor the presiding olllcer. Tho
Improvements are expected to bo com
pleted during the present week.
A great many of our citizens cannot
getaway to attend a day excursion, and for
the benefit of such the Knights of Pythias
have perfected arrangement lor a grand
evening excursion, leaving Cairo at S
o'clock p.m., andreturnlngat 12 prompt.
Holders of tickets to tho day excursion
have the Itencllt of both day and evening
excursion all for $1 for gent, ladles and
children 50 cents.
PII,SF.NElt at Louis Herbert'-.
-flip i'i-K-li rail it n nl MuriliyMlioro.
(juite a number of people will, we un
derstand, go on the excursion to Murphy-born.
The arrangements have all
been made. Tho Deltas will go a a com
pany, and will take their engine. They
will be accompanied by quite a number
of Hie members of the Hough & Heady
Company, and we have no doubt that
they will succeed in Winning the prize, as
their engine Is comparatively new and hi
splendid condition. The fare for the
round trip lias been placed at the low
price of SI. Tickets can bo obtained of
His Honor, the Mayor, or ot M. J. Me
Oauley, the secretary of the Company,
The train leaves the Cairo & St. Louis
Hallroad depot at 7 o'clock, promptly.
I, mils: Herbert Iihh lII.Ni:i:il.
On Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, July
7th, 167.'i, I will sell the household ami
kitchen furniture, bed, bedding, mid
other articles belouglng to tho otate of
Mieliael Miirjihy, deceased. Salo corner
of Poplar awl Division streets, Cairo 111.
(iiiardiau ol the minor heirs of Michael
'Ilic .TfellioiliNt Uxciirttloil
The steamer T. F. Kekert, under the !
command of Capt. Irwin Dugau, left '
promptly yesterday morning nt 8:30
o'clock, with a largo ami select crowd of
people on board. Tho boat arrived safely
at its destination, when those on board '
disembarked ami enjoyed themselves in
rambling through tho woods, enjoying '
their lunches beneath the shades of tho
mighty forest monarch, anil lu other j
amusements. Itetiirnlng, the boat ar
rived last evening and those on board 1
were loud iu their praises ol the kind ;
treatment they had received from iho
managers and officers ot tho boat.
We are pleased to say that nothing hap
pened to mar the pleasures of tho day.
On (bo J-kkol I excursion yelorday, a
large black, silk parasol, swotd handle,
with an ancient shield thereon. The
finder will confer n great Tutor by leav
ing the same nt tills olllco or nt John
flunk .Mntrmml I'lniineil.
.Moll, and his keepers, will not permit
his claims that he is a real spiritual me
dium to be Investigated; but menus will be
taken to Investigate whether .Mott and
his showmen will or not. If something
drops one of these evenings look out for
the cry of in agonized spirit a yell of pain
and anger from the blue-beyond Inside
Bfir'rhc lieltft Fire Company F.xcur
slon to .Murphysboro, on .Monday, prom
ises to be n.big affair, over one hundred
tickets Inning been sold up to 7 o'clock
last evening. Tickets for the round trip
only one dollar.
l-roin Amin, Illliiuiv
From private Intelligence received
from Anna, we learn that the small pox
Is still raging there, and Instead ot abat
ing Is, Ifanytlilng, on the Increase. It l
fortunately confined to one locality
and; the city authorities have quar
antined the. same by haying a fence bulit
around it, and have Imposed a tine ol ?-'")
on any one who ei.tcrs the Infected prem
ises. They have the loathsome disease
thoroughly under control, and we trust
that we will -oon luir of Its dl-appcar-auce.
From the same soi ree wo learn that
the wheat crop of L'nhn county Is nearly
all harvested, and that the crop Is much
larger than for year- The fruit also
looks remarkably well, although there
will not be near a full crop.
tar The finest article of Salad Oil at
Mr. J. W. Ilartwcll, state's Altoni'.-y
of Wllllaiiisonlcounty, called upoif.us yes
terday, hi company with .Mr. a. W.
Madison, an old typo fermcrly of Wash-
ington Territory. Hattwell Is all that
Fancy pictured hlui-a jovial, big-hearted,
intense lladical. He represents allalrs iu
Wllliain-on county as juiet and hopeful.
-Mr. Drown, late elitor of the Marlon
Democrat, was Iu the cty lately, on Ids
way to purchase priiting material for
his olllce at Marion. Mr. Drown has
been a denouncer of the Ku-Klux of Wil
liamson county, and 1 therefore under
their displeasure. Hi lite ha been
threatened, and he ha probably been
cruhct! out. A few days ago .his print
ing materials were captured by men
claiming to be acting under legal process.
He has commenced -ult, but will not,
probably, start his pap-r again.
Cf-Doii't fail to attend the excursion
under the auspice of Ascalon Lodge,
Knights ot Pythias, next Monday. It
you cannot attend hi the day time be sure
and go In the evening
KKK llKl-Ulat JackcV.
'""Jt'i! Dross leaves this afternooon
for St. I.oul, where fie has Important
- .i.i .
lyiiy irea-urer inane proposes to
take a trip to Ids home In the F.at, dur-
Inir tho Inst of i lie month.
Mr. J. C. Crowley, representing the
salt works ofMes.srs. Halllday Drothcr
at St. John's. Illinois, Is In the city visit
log his numerous friends.
.Mr. 'Ihos. b. Cofley, of tho llrm of
Coffey, Harrison it Co.. of St. Louis,
formerly of Cairo, Is In the citv. stonnln?
at the Planters' House.
Ills Honor Mayor Winter is Interest
ing himself for the benefit of the Cairo
firemen, In the proposed celebration at
Murphysboro. and will do all in his pow
er to enable the boy to "carry oil the
horns'' on that day.
S. S. Foster, of the I'-rope-Iu circus
of St. Louis, took a flying trip down here
on business connected witli the circus.
We tiled to interview him and ascertain
when he Intended exhibiting, but since
being Invested with so much importance
lie is not "get-at-a-ble."
Go to llaitmair.s for llluc Ai-y Flau
nt! Coih worth $C selling Ibr $2 .VI.
lints mill 1'loHcrs.
'.'00 Ladies' Hats, latest style, all
ready trimmed: alo a large assortment of
Artificial Flower for trimming hats,
which I will sell at one-half tlie whole
sale price. Th" above are just from Xew
York ami are ilelrable patterns ami
style-. D. IIaiitmax.
C. J. Perry, of Trenton, Teiin., was
registered at the Planters.'
O. D. Hick-, of Trenton, Teiin., was
registered at the firand Central yester
day. U. K. 1". Iiosc and family of New Or
leans, were registered at the St. Charles
L. M. Flournoy, a prominent and In
fluential clti.en ot Paducah, Ky., was at
the St. Charles yesterday.
Kijwin Corlls, the great tobacco man
of Metropolis, Illinois, was In the city
yesterday, and took his rations at the St.
.. vs. jiarucs'oii, a pioniinen mer
chant of Villa ltidge, was hi thu city yes
terdayand registered at the ("irauil Cen
J. D. Oast, of Cincinnati, 0., X. T.
Illchmoiid of St. Louis, Mo., and a num
ber of others; were at the St. Charles yes
terday. J. M. Durklow,.pr Pulaski, X. W
Veaton, of the C. & V. 11. It. and n num
her of others were at the Orand Central
Miss Anna M. Dolierty, of Anna, J no.
Kennedy, of tho M. O. It. It. mid Win.
Haiitia, of Chicago, were at tho Planters'
83rDlg reduction hi prices ol Feather
Dusters, at Sehiilt's drugstore.
I.lncn niid Niraw IIiiIn.
Largo assortment of boj-R' ami
mens' linen and straw hat at one-half
tho original cost. Now Is tho Htno to
buy bargains at Hiirtiuan's, corner Sixth
and Commercial avenue.
The rtit hi.
Wo hate bottletl all our patrlollsnt for
Monday next, on which day we shall,
circumstances permitting, fly the eagle
as the Irreverent say at Murphysboro.
e have practiced the bird during the
last week) rtnd oil several days ho has
taken majestic lllghts from our attic win
dows. When wo attempted to send htm
up from the second and third stories the
outside world Interrupted, and so wc had
(o let Iii m How out of our pencil hi Iho
attic, and there take to himself wings.
To-day Is a very grand day, and might
be the text for a patriotic sermon In
which we will not indulge. I.ct it go.
There are few iu Cairo who seem to care
for It, except the Deltas, tlieTii.ncrs, the
Shooting Club, the Knights of Pythias,
the Methodists, and a number ot other
people. Dy the way, It Is said the Tur
ners and the Shooters will have a big
thno to-day at their picnic, and we hope
they may. We arc for them and the
Fourth ol Julv.
(HINT'S FirUNISIIINO OOOIW of
all descriptions the nio'l complete as
sortment over broils" to Cairo nt cost
for the next ten day. Drawers, I'lider
-klrt.-, white and colored Shirt, Half
llosclu prlie Idifx toiupctltion.
i). II.M11.M w
iiiaoitn .ifiini: mion..
There was ery little doing In jiolii-e
criclcs yesterday. The llr.-t ease on the
docket was fhat of Clem Voting, charged
with larceny ; adjudged guilty and
bound over lo circuit court hi the -tt m
Then came .Martha Wright, arrested
by l.allue, charged with using ollenslvc
and threatening language; lined $5 and
costs, and hi default of payment was sent
to the lock-up for ten day.
The next case was that ol l.tniiia Al
len ; same I'liarg" a la-t, and -ame dis
posal. Tho next wise was that ot Martini
Wright and Llla Harris, on the charge
of lighting; Harris was discharged and
Wright was lined $'JU unit cost, in liciiol
payment of which she wa sent lo the
lock-up for 20 day.
itm or.u Ji.iMii; num.
Hugh l'onke, arrested by Dillingsly
on the charge of a-aultlng and striking.
The evidence being Insiillleient to con
vict, the prisoner was discharged.
The next cae was that of Caroline
Stair, charged witli using abuivo lan
guage', arrested by olllcer l.allue. She
was adjudged guilty ami niioti c.ianti
cost, which ihe paid.
Tin- Miirilisboro r.xeiirslon.
The Delta City Fire Company, with
their fricmU and guests, will leave the
denot of the Cairo A; St. Louis narrow
gauge railroad to-morrow morning, punc
tually at 7 o clock, by special train lor
Mnrnhveboro to attend the great fire
men's- tournament to be held there. 1 he
company succeeded In getting the fare re
duced to the low sum of one dollar for
the round trip, thereby bringing It within
the reach of everybody. Tile Delta City
Cornet band goes along, ills expected to
be the largest gathering of people ever a
sembled In Southern Illinois, over twelv
special train linvlnj; been engaged to run
niio tlie city .along tho lino of the road
from .St. Louis and Cairo ; also from Cen
tmlla down and from Anna up on the
Tim grounds selected arc beautiful and
picturesque; the dancing accommoda
tion are ample for fully 500 persons to
dance on the Iloor at on. ii..iiu.u this
there will be n variety of other amuse
ment., anil a grand display of fireworks
iu the evening, o that persons who go
can rct assured of passing a very
pleasant day. The train will leave Mur
physboro for Cairo at 7 p. m. AH per
sons desirous of going are requested to
procure their tickets before Monday
morning, so as to prevent confusion, and
have the proper accommodations In the
way of cars. Tickets arc for sale by JL
J. McGauley, Secretary Delta !Flrc Co.,
Wm.T. Decrwart, Assistant Chief Fire
Department, and at the Mayor'. olllce,
corner Seventh street and Commercial
The Glorious Fourth
or A merle nit
The Turner Society will give a grand
patriotic celebration of tho coining An
niversary of American Independence at
on tho Xarrow Cmuge railroad, eight
milt's from Cairo, on
SUNDAY, Jt'LV I, t&'-i.
Kvery arrangeinent Is being made by
the society to make tills day a memorably
patriotic one hi tho history of Cairo.
The Grove has been cleared of under
brush, a commodious dancing iloor will
bo provided, two bauds tho Delta City
Cornet and Wittlg's string band have
been employed, refreshment stands will
bo put up, swings for ilia children pre
pared, and every possible caro taken to
provide for the comfort and pleasure of
A. C. lleslng, or Chicago, and Joiin II.
Oberly will deliver addresses, and
speeches will be mado by D. T. I.lnegar,
Ksq., Harmon mack, r:q., and .Hinge i-.
Special Train will run as follows :
Leavo Cairo No. 1 at I) a.m.; No. 2 at
11 tt.ni.; No. 3 at 1:15 p.m.; No. I at 2:1.1
p.m. ltcturnliig No. 5 at 5 p.m.
Tickets, for round trip, W) cents; chil
dren under 12..23 cents for sale at P. O.
Schuh's drug store, K. & W. Uudcr's, II
Schick's, II. Meyer's, A, Swoboda's and
--.i,H-.co i ov
New York store. 7-6-ilt.
AT AUCTION t
AN ELIGIBLY SITUATED BBICK
And the two tots upon
Tlint rtrll ilnMinl Ilrlrk Homr -at Ilic ; corner f Poplar nuit Twintif Ih Street,, Willi itore-roolu
ami snlr . . nroitniiiiHlatlons on nrt floor, oiMl l-mUy residence alwrc, Will, with lots Jl tn
Mock i'i, iiHin n hicli It Is located, Ire solil nt Aiicivln to tho Mglieit bitter, on
Nntnrilny, July aim, iht.I.
for cash In l and Thtro will lie sold Ix'il'lfstlicr-ilcsliite.a
t lv ..fnil ..r.lllf ll.nl mill n 1..I i.r l-flrlnr I
in iic. an.
As the owner is ilelermlnnl lo sell, evi-rrboly
The eale will Ik- posllUe i-iit without rcerve.
Cairo, June an, 175
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
The Original Cheap Store
142 Commercial Ave.
SELLING- OFF AT COST!
Tho Entire Stock of Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Em
broideries and Parasols, will be Sold at Cost. Must be sold
within the next sixty days. Now is the time to obtain bargains.
This is no Advertising Dodge.
Port 1. 1st.
Steamer Jim Fik, Paducah.
" City of (Jiilncy, New Orleans.
John F. Tolle, New Oilcan.
' City of Chester, Memphl.
" A. Kendal, Xa-Uvllle.
' All. Stevens, Dyerburg.
City of Vicksbnrg, Vleksburg.
" Delle of Memphis, St. Louis.
T. F. Kekert, Padueah.
Steamcr-.llui Fisk, Paducah.
City or (iulncy, St. Loui.
John F. Tolle, St. Louis.
' City ot Chester, St. I.oul.
" Alf. Stephens, St. Louis.
" City of Vicksbnrg, St. I.oul.
" A. Kendal, Nashville.
' Idcwlld, Kvinsvlllc.
" Delle of Memphis. Memphl.
" T. F. Kekert, Paducah.
Arkansas Delle, to Kvansvllle.
Thompson' Dean, to Xew Orleans.
Grand Tower, to St. Loui.
Sto. Genevieve, to Vleksburg.
DIinarck, to Xew Orleans.
i on .vi:w oiim:a.v-.
The great steamer Thompson Dean,
Ciipr. tt. t. mww, u iu. wicket to-day
for Xew Orleans and all points Souru.
Pas-engers and shippers should make a
WVKIl AND WKATIIKII.
The river at dark stootl 30 feet I
inches on the gauge, having ri'cn two
inches during the past 21 hours.
The weather has been clear and
The Alf. Stevens nrrlyed from Dyers-
burg loaded with lumber for St. Louis.
The Alex. Kendal arrived with large
trip of pig and bar iron lor rcshipiucnt.
All packets had light trips.
The ldlewlld left at ten o'clock last
night with many ot our citizens, on an
excursion to Kvansvllle and return.
The Kekert left yesterday morn
ing with a large company of ladies and
gentlemen on board, under the manage
ment of the Methodist Kplscopal church.
Win Dr.r-AitruEXT, IIivec UteoiiT, (
July J. lc73. I
low watki:. -"l"i
TT. IK. IT. I II.
7 111 ) , !
1:1 ti x' S
- - i
i :i o x n
For Memphis, Vickuburg and Now
'flu- I..n;ti-, I'li-ffuut tittit Hut K-M-iir-lmi li'snur
W. 11. Miller
T ills MOUSING. July
Will linvti this nor! nil
for New Oi leans.
Kiirl'n-lulitiriias.ii;e niitilv mi lionnl unit
cither ImrMiiml. i-l-Ut.
Ascalon Lodge Knights of PythiM,
Monday, July 5th.
Tho Muirniacont Xxciu-alcn Steamer
T. F. EGKBRT,
It. W. Vvuax Mailer.
Will take out a Brand plcntts party on theSih
of July, which will Ihi no wriiingeil ua to leruilu
at In a MoonllKht Kxciintlou, Iho curlon
U iiUuuttl exiiivt.ly for the youujr, wuile of
the city, anil wood muilo aud everyUi In necea
aolo make the ocriulou enjaynljlf wIIIm pro-
which it it situated
nwl of irriKTrlM.'Incluillnr m t
lnii..hnl.l v I'"".' ,n.c,u," 7. "
Kitchen ftirulturr, too numerous
who may ilcslrc great UtmIds should fttttnd,
Bring your money and get
CoyXX Woodstock envelopes at
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(,'orrtctnl Dally by K. M. Stearns, commission
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Corn. ml.XLil. B.ickisl.. 75a,70c
Corn, wtiftr, tncfcnt Cj.8"c
utu, mixisi -.. ivoc
nmn, per mn n. w
Meal, nlcuin ilrltsl 3 70
lumi-r, cnotcx-.NomiiTn - nine
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I'.pfi, xTtloiin-. l-!ic
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Tnrki-ys, per dozen - tie OU
I'otutocs, wr barrel '- 80
Unions, lief barrel t3 W
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Stniulwtri-s tier cmte TVS
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