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LYNCH 6 HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, lairo lots,
exchange for St. Ixuils rnierty.
KOIt HA I.E.
The MMith halt of Mm "I'ilo-' house at
FOll UK N T.
Cot Ugo on SI x t h 1 1 reel lien r W a. h
Cottage on Eighth street near Wal
Dwelling, corner Twi nty-fourth and
Find floor of brick dwelling foim r
Nineteenth and roilandreet..
Cottagn on Fourth Street, hetwet-n
.'ominereial and Wellington avenue.
, Tt .Cottage on Ninth Street, wt of tVal
,RrtMt. nut , oijj-ourteehth stm t, evert
of Washington avc.w. .
, , .. , HoulhwcKt corn-
Saloon and iixture
..... .. , , ' -omiiicrclal
t EighUtiith street ura -..... . ,
ivcnue, at a bargain.
Cottage n Twelltlij Mrcet, wot ot
ommercial avenue, $lu.
1 1 welling house opjrooii klr.f. wf-.H
i.l ,.Valdiintoii avenue.
linsincrK home on a vcHxtn-et, atmte
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
-trvct, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commen ial avenue,
u-xt to Waverly hotel, i 10.
-Cottage of 4 rooias on Twenty-third
itr -t, C. Good yard and cistern.
Good dwelling hourfe on Walnut, be-fwci-ii
Tweiity-aecond and '1' wciity-lh'rd
jUre-fouiii corner Twentieth and
f oi.lar treets, $12 .
Store room adjoining aliovo, f h.
llouM? on ( :onimerei;d avenue, m ar
llrtli street. Suitable for busim-si and
Teui-iueiiU uuiulcrcd 8 and 3,
Winter' Kow. 5 rooniH each for $10
ir uiontri. Will be j.ut In first-class
fetore romn in "Pilot Houfte," lately
occupied Wy A. 11 alley.
Dwelling hoiie on Sixth sdreet and
lelferson avenue $10.
Orphan Aylum building and preini
n. Ilept low, to a good tf-iMut.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Itoom In various parts ot tin; city.
I.and, In tract to Milt, near Cairo,
The atMail renrlli.-The Hiber
nian to the I rtml.
The citizens' movement, inaugurated
for the purpose ol making arrangements
. to celebrate the Centennial Fourth ot
July, huving laileil, and a later move
ment among the firemen of tin; city to
make Rticceit-liil the same purpose, hav
ing aliMi failed, the nicmtx rsol the Hi
Lcrnlan fire company, upon consultation,
vletcrmlned to make arrangement.s them
Mil t for the projier celebration ol the
j;reat unj, umi tu ni,v n.v. ,...iu - .i
;'airo and the tsurrounding country to
Join with them in the patri
otic duty. Tiny have accord
ingly engaged Washington hall and
garden for the occasion and will throw
both open to the public night and day.
All the prominent brass and string bands
liave Im-ch employed ; n grand pnK'e8.iin,
patriotic in all its d' t.iilr, w ill ' a dis
tinguishing feature of the tyent; the
immortal lv-claration ol lulppcnilciice
will be read by the Jla..lol.n ll.Obcrly
imd orationa will be tlclivcred by Hon.
Ww. 11 artell and other distinguished
orators and tire works will
make the Kcavcng bright in
the night time with patriotic lire
Everything will tie done to make the oc
casion a most glorious one; and to this
end all the citizens ot t.'airo and of all
the towns and cities and country around
alout u.s in Illinois, Kentucky and Mis
souri, are a.ked to come in and give a
helping hand, liy ordT of the commit
tee. A. Si'saaka,
.1. J. Axw.rsox,
Hk.nky Sioi t.
M. J. Iluw i.kv,
Wm. McIIai k.
Hub's good uits only $.1.(K) at Solo
tnonJ'areira's. One hundred pairs ot line all wool
youths' and boys' pauU of the latent
styles w ill be Fold at u wicrilice ; also
A'oat and vests in proportion, at
141 ami 144 t'omnicrcial avenue.
Only three dollars for a nice white
Marseilles Miit, coat, pants and vest. A
line dlk alpaca coat only j.'.oO. Jeans
pants only ' cents a pair, at
142 and lit Commercial avenue.
The cheapest lot ot hoots and tdioea
run always be found at Solomon I'arci
ra'm. A ladies' line cloth lace shoe, kid
Iront, only $1 ; men's brogans, only $1 ;
men's line boots only $2.."0.
Fifty dozen black tans from live
cents up to twenty-livo cents for the best ;
also a nice parasol only twenty-live cents
apiece. Must behold before the season
is over. Blue and pink sash ribbons only
fifteen cents a yard, at Solomon IV
Three pairs ladies' hose for tweuty
live cents, three pairs childrens' hose
only twenty-five cents. Ladies' Morocco
sachels, only llfty cents, worth one dol
lar ; and everything else in proportion
s-an always bo found at Solomon l'arei
.Etna Flour Mill, Indianapolis, Indiana
3 run 4 feet buhrs, water power. Mill in
complete running order, building 45x45
feet, 4 stories and basement. Would
take as part pay mill in Southei u Illinois
or Indiana. Small cash payment.
Address, Si i.livan & Gatks,
The undersigned Is prepared to pump
out and repair cisterns or build new ones
on short notice and at satisfactory prices
J. S. Hawkins,
2 ld and Cedar streets. Foetottioe box
Thirty thousand Just received Jat the
I OK HIKItlr'F.
We are euthoriaed to announce .! IIN II.
Kol'.IVMI.N ai arsndtda'e fur sheriff of Alex
ander county, at til coming county election.
Wereaiitlmri7.i to announce tlmt II. A. Kd
mtuutHon In an lnd -i ndciit Kcrmliliran candi
date lor Mietllf, at the eniullig- eomitv election.
We are authorize)! tnennoimrel'EThlt SAl'l',
for an Independent rauillilale lor Mierilf of Al
rxatnler count) , at the timuiiiK ouuuty eln-tion.
HATKN Or AllVKBI'IMINU.
II" A 11 hilli for a'lvrrtniiig, are due anil iay
able IK aovani .
Transient a-lvt-rtiaiiiK will lie inrtfl at tin.
rate of II W ieratuar for the flint iniwrtiuii
and U cenU for each ul)iient one A lilwral
4iarunt will lie ualu oo KUmlinK and dinpl
"r Inserting funeral notire $1 Noti:eol
akflHtiM "t aoeietiwi or KRret order Wi centu for
task iwrii - - .
fclei, revival and M" "'
Ho liiu-u w." re-lve.l at W than
uT lean than tlin dollar lr monlli
, Uocul Bainea Noticua, of
Un line) or wore. Inserted
Ui tba Bulletin followa :
CommMiv Counting ut ten Ll&ea.
On insertion par Use Centa
Two IneerUona per line. 7 Cent
Three Insertion per lias 10 Cents
Six insertions per Un 1 & Cunts
Two weeks per 11 ns B6 Cents
One month per line. -....35 Cants
Mo Reduction will t mad in above
SUNDAY, .11'!. Y 2, 1-76.
I.ornl Weather Report.
Caiho, III., July . lr
llAK. I TH.
2 1. 'ill I T4 6
V.KC I S. I
Wmu. I VL. I Wkatii
T a in.
"rtK-niit. Signal .HervUe, I'. 8. A.
Hoys' suits at 1. lleilhron's for
dollar and fifty cents a suit only.
w ami. n.
A good wa.h woman can lind em
ploym etit by applying at IUi i kiino flier
.Must Is; a good washer.
1IIK UfcST UOAIlil
In the city can now b procured at the
St, Charles at the "bed rock" reduction
to $20 iter month. Trv it and see for
IIHN'r KOIUil i
To buy yonr-M'lf a pair ot hrogaus at
05 wnts, while they arc so cheap, at I',
lleilhron's. ISttrgcV old stand.
ATI Lh ! C'A ri LI. '. '.
I'artles having cattle to h-ed ean iur
chase the ls--t ol distillery slop at the
Cairo distillery, at live cents js-r barrel.
G-23-3W 11. Sent li, I'rop'r.
ImiWN Tlil.V oo.
On and alter July 1st down goes the
price of day board during the summer
months at the St. harles
per month, to prompt
This is the la-t time any one will ever
be invited to lake day board at twenty
dollar? a month at the St. Charles, so it
Is but to iinproye the time while you
have a chance fi.Vot
ROOMS TO KKST.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three rooms and Summer kitchen; also
two rooms on same street. Apply at
IH-Ittt House, Cairo. t2s-tf.
VOl Hill OF JCLY I.FMos.
Just rewived and lor sale a choice stock
of selected and packed lemons, in full
boxes, which 1 oner at the lowest mark
et prices. S. E. Wilson,
O.'27-St s;i Ohio levee.
Ji ST KKfl.lVI.K
A largo stock of boots and
shot's. Hoots trom $1 to $2 40 per pair,
and shoes from 25 cents to $2. Don't
forget to call and examine them at 1'.
lleilhron's, Burger's old stand. u-lfMil
J. tlKOitC.K SIF.lNllors-K
on Eighth Ptreet, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
lashioiiable hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anything else in the barlx-r line. La
dies' and childrens' hair cut or dressed,
tdtlier nt the shop or lltolr home.
AT lilt ST. CHAHI.F.S llolU..
The day boarders at the St. harles
recieves the same attention and service
lor sixty-seven cents per day that the
trancieut guest pays two dollars and
tweut-llve cents for. It is well enough
for day boarders lo remember this fact.
A UOl'Sl KF.kl'F.K SAYS:
Tin Charter Oak Cook Stove I bough,
of you has proven all it was represented
and more, and all we could wish in a
cook stove, bakes perfectly with less fuel
than any stove we have ever used, and Is
the combination ot economy and dura
THE HXKBT IX TIIK fITV.
The dining room at the St. Charles
lias no competition iu the city lor size,
ventilation and comfort. No flies or
mosquito, while in the hottest days "a
cool draught ot air sweeps through the
entire room. 0-25-51
I tSS TU AN COST.
First-class board at second-class rates
at the St. Charles. The prices the pro
prietors propose to charge after the 1st
of July, Is less than actual cost to then),
still It enables them to keep their table
un la a llrst-cluss fctundurd for Hioha whn
pay lull rates. o-2G-5t
(let ready lor the Foiutli. Fine ;ilk
alpaca coat at $2 2.i nud line while
shirts from 7' OeuU to $1, ') at I', lleil
hron's corner of Ninth strwt and Cnm
inereial avenue, C-2!I-T,f
t a bargain, a No. 1 top-buirgy. Apply
to Jawks Jiiiinso.v.
Caiho, April MO, 170. :U
10 i in; t LS I KVVIAI.,
Any day boarder at twenty dollars pri
ntout h at the St. Charles hotel, who is
not satl.-lled that he recieves lull Value
for his money, will be purchased a
round trip li kct lo ih; Centennial to
The I'cak .Family Swiss le-ll ringers.
will iipf -ar ut the Atheneiini on .M on
lay and Tuesday night. This is one of
the most popular organizations in the
United States, and its member arc sure
to inert with a hearty welcome in Cairo.
AT $20 I Kit MoM II
None but prompt paying day botird rs
will bo received at the SI. Chat les. and
no deductions w ill be made lor an ah
sem e ol less than one week at a time,
not then unless notice is left at tiic oilier.
'J wenty-tive, Jiliy, seventy-live, one
htin-lrcd, or more day hoarders can be
aecommoijateil in I he cool and spurious
dining room of the St. Charles and still
ample room Ml for all transient gm sts
who muy come to town. O-'Jil-nt
l)i I UMt.S r i.tXTr v.
The following is a list (if the olllccrs
elected at the regular meeting rd
Cairo Encampment, 1. O. O. F : A.
Comings, ;chiet patriarch; A. l-raser,
high priest ; E. A. Ilurnett, senior war
den ; C. K. Slack, acribu ; . Alba,
treasurer; C. Jones, junior warden.
Tl ltNKUS' FOIK1II OF .11 I.V.
The Turners have arranged for a grand
Centennial Fourth ot July celebration in
their garden, corner ot Tenth street and
Washington avenue. The garden will
be fitted up with artilleial shade tree?,
ami will fce made the pleasantcst place
of amusement in the city. Everybody is
Mr. 15town, who was stabbed by a ne
gro boy some two weeks ai;o, lor at
tempting to prohibit him, (the negro)
from whipping a little white urchin, is
altno.-t wholly recovered from his
wounds, and is again able to be out. The
negro who stabls-d Mr. 15row n w iM be
given a hearing in a day or two.
HIK l.ltMF.sr l ll l llltAIIoN or AM.
will take place at the new Turner hall
garden. Concerts, national games, danc
ing and rclrc-hments ot all kinds. Arti
ficial eliaUcs, liine.se lanterns, decora
tions, and everybody made happy, are the
general features ot this hv.ppy Fourth of
July with the Turners. Everybody
should attend and irive this society the
rncouragement it deserves. fi-2S-td
ItMK AMI MO.NF.Y SAVKI).
It is time ami money well spent cyrn
in the hottest day to go down to the St.
Charles and enjoy w ith comfort, a meal
in the spacious, cool and cozy dining
room, with plenty of fresh air, good at
tendants, and the tables supplied w ith
the liest of every thing in the market.
Dili in ! i.l:.
lledlieller's I'atcnt Lightning Kecipro
cating Egg Boater, sweet cream, custard,
whip and frosting maker. I'rcmiuni egg
beater ot 17I, and the best in theworlt.
For sale by Chas. W. Henderson, general
dealer in stove--, tin and hollow ware
Commercial avenue, comer of Twelfth
street, Cairo, Illinois. C-27-lin
No I K K.
Notice is hereby given that all bogs
running at large on and after the 1st day
of July next, w ill betaken up and iiu"
pounded in the city pound.
John (iiiss.MAV. City Maihal.
Caiho, li t.., June 'Jii, l-ii.
IK A I III II am nsiii';-;.
At the store loom of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. in), below Sixth
street, may be found a lull assortment of
leather and findings ; al-o a large stock
of St. Louis custom made boots and
shoes. He also keeps on hand a ood as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., of his
own' make. Boots and kIiocs made to
order of lirst-class material and satisfac
tion guaranteed. -ji u
I IKK WOKK.S.
Having bought a large stork of lire
works, (lags and Chinese lanterns, at a
low figure for c:ih, 1 filler them at St.
Louis or Chicago prices. If you have
a price list of any dealer of cither city, 1
I w ill till your order for a $5 or $10 lot
at their price. You need not send away
when you can get as cheap goods in your
owu city. Phil, tl, Saic,
Corner of Eighth street and Washington
KKOM t'AIKO TO CHICAGO AMI Ki lt UN
Foil T F.N DOl.l.AKS.
The Cairo and Yincenncs railroad of
fer the following inducements to persons
desiring to visit Chicago : At Cairo they
will sell excursion tickets to Yihccnnes
and return, good from July 1st to the 7th,
for $1. At Yincenncs tlie Evansvillo and
Crawlordsville railroad will sell routid
trip tickets to Chicago, good for same
time, lor JO, making only $10 for w hole
"Keen your vest on," and call at Louis
Blattau's, on Eight street, No. 23. It
matters not how hot you are, a glass of
Louis' lee cold lager, w ill Immediately
cool you oil ; ami his grand free hot
lunch iu the morning at l, and cold lunch
at 0 p.m., is really too good to give
away. et, Louis invites his ti lends and
the public generally to come, eat, drink
and le merry. Don't lorgii ihe pl ico.
nutehers' and .Drovers' Exchange, No.
2.1 Eighth slit ef, bet ween Commercial
and a-hingtoii avetnie. li HOM
lo.'r i ol.-., it
The large sale of household and
kitchen lurnitiii'c, cook Movm, carpen
ters' lools, etc., o o'clock Mondiy morn
ing, corner o Tenth street and Washing-,
toll ItVetlUC. . I'. Am. I V & Co.
I K W A I I II
Free to till. Mr, Weil nt Soimon J'are-
ria's is the pioneer in Ihe phe-ri; of water
coolers full of ice Water on IH' sidewalk
for the use ami hen lit, of he public.
Mr. Weil keeps the cooler lull cd ice
water every day. with cup attached, and
mi tin- Fourth of July his i ir-tomcrs need
not be sttrpri cd to lii l it lull of in- old
a w a t: -i.l K I. W LSI II.
On Friday night this whole neighbor
hood was aroused by the yells and
screeches of a XOMIig fieglo girl, who
came tearing into the I'.i i.I ltin oilier)
building covered with gore, and calling
loielly lor hei ina. A II the Hoi Is ol the
uronor (mill ill 1st "ell in t). 't.i;i,.
portion of the IiouscIiiiKI, ussi-teit ny tnc
entire force of printers, to quiet the young
negro proved of no avail. She finally
reached her mother's nppat tiiient -th"
w.ili house and the lo iug parent no
sooner caught sight, ol her than she sent
upawh'.op that discounted any war
w hoop ever heard. It II on her knees and
invoked the hleing of the Almighty
upon her uiiloi turi'kte oll.-prmg. They
were boll, after coii'-idcrable consolation
had been ullered l y tiie employes, sutli
cietitly c.iltiit d to t ic the girl an oppor
tunity to Ml us tliat Hattie Doon had
thumped brr "ji.st for notion", " and
that tht; lint riiuif nt of war used was a
shovel. T!ie youngster's nose was split
wide ojk-ii, niul tlie blood poured over
her in stream4, Hut tie's bad temper is
liable to ?et her into a law suit.
0SDS AND ENDS.
.n liHllici-CMl In loi lorniiik; KrHjort
-Bargains today at O. llaythorn tV
The l,i art "I tin hog is sd. No
more is he allowed t roam the streits.
Marshal iessm in taes h'lil i'l w hen
ever he catches Lim ut.
It will pay you to see the new goods
just rcceivnl by O. Il iythorn Co.
The heavy r. ins of the past few days
raised big ponds in Locust grove and
other places, but the sewers arc open,
and it is disappearing very fast.
--One hundred pieces of choice style
prints jid opet;rd by O. llaythorn A.
We aie told that the question ol lill-
iog Sixth street, ls lwccu Washington
by the council on lue.ay night. The
property owners of :lut neighborhood
purpose raising the n-qtiired two hun
dred and fitly dollars.
A large lot of boys' hats worth jd 25
will he soli for 35 cents each at O. llay
thorn V o. 7-l-:tt
Metropolis w as tohavc a grand Detu-
ocratie ratification o?r the nomination
of Tildcu and Henlricks. l.i-t night.
George W. Corlis nod other gentlemen
from that place wrie in Cairo on Friday
after speakers. Tie people of Massac
county arc enthushslie over the noniinit-
tions of the St. Lous convention.
O. llaythorn A Co. have just n
ceived a new additim to their stock of
men's and ladies' lite shoes and slippers.
We are always ahead iu style, quality
and pi ice. O. Haytiorn A: Co. o-iiiKit
The merchants near the comer ot
Sixth street and oiiuiereial avenue, are
out of humor about tlie bad condition of
the avenue at that mint. Every heavy
rain causes a big londjust Iu front of
Haythornc's and lhrtiuan's stores. The
authorities are stu.yiiif as to the best
way of putting an .'tid to the unpleasant
The young Iniiip t ho went to sleep
on ihe Cairo and itu-enncs railroad track
ami was knockei'oll'by a train some two
weeks ago, is stii. at the hospiud. Hi
right knee was lailly hurt, lut it is
thought he will .'iine out all light .soon
Tin- German win attempted to put an
end to all his rathly troubles on Thurs
day night, by cilting his throat with an
old knife, is -aii to be getting lu tlcr
under the tieatnent of the phy ician'
ie. J. s Morris ol l llin, is in the
Mr. and Mrs. Peter uhl leave by the
Illinois Central radroad this evening, for
Philadelphia. They expect to be absent
Mis Fannie llely, daughter
County Treasurer John P. llely,
turned Pom Ottowa, where she has
attenditt school, yesterday luornin1
air. i.-iieotieniourg, a resident ot IV1111
kirk, Nov York, was in the city yestcr
day. Mr. Hequcmhurg Is the father of
Mr. Chailes Ilequeiuhurg, freight agent
at Bird's Point for the St. Louis, Iron
Mouutait Si Southern, and Mr. Frank
HeqiieniUirg, both well known in Cairo
He has Ixen in attendance at the Demo
cratic Na'.ional Convention, and is well
pleased with the nomination of Tildcu
and Hcudiieki, and Is coniide.it that Til
den will rcceivn a big majority Hi New
York. Mr. lUquemburg, accompanied
by his sou Frank, lelt on the afternoon
At 11 o'clock, p.m., July 1st, James
Johnson, sou of Mathew 1'. and Sylvia
Walsh, grandson of Jas. Johnson.
Funeral sciviecs w ill take place at St.
Patrick's Catholic church to-day
at 3 o'clock. Special train
will leave from tlie foot of Eighth
street at 4 o'clock, r. m. Friends and ac
quaintam es of the family are invited to
at ten J.
1 jr.. 1
TII.DF.If AND HrNliRICKS.
tirsnri l( it rin, Hio.ii
At l;iil,el Iiiiiiv- Siiiur,..
Illumination, Ki.e-Workt and SL.xcli-Mk.
J he Ociiiociats Alexander county
will hold ii grand ratilicatinn meet in;; a
Maiket house square, to-morrow lilght.
I he lion. William J. Allen will be pres.
tut and address ihe throne-, as will also
other speakers, Then- will be n grand
lisphiy of lire-works, illuminatioiH. etc.,
and all lieuiocnds arc ( preted lo be on
laud and artieipate in the ( enf.
DEATH 0M THE BAIT.,
..... .... . . .....
Old Man Cotton Killed on the Narrow Ouuo.
1 lie incoming train on the Cairo and
St. Louis railroad, last evening, ran ou r
and instantly killed an old colored iii.aii
ainiliai ly known to many of our citicn
as "old man Cotton.'' From theiii-
lence before the Coroner's jury, it
M-l-lll, IlliU (Vn W;H ,.,. ,lt J,),,,,,,
Six O'clock OII Seventh Mirct nin
sideribly under the Influence ol lioiior.
I he. theory is that the old man brin"
Irunk, wandend about and got on the
railroad track and either fell down and
was too drunk to get up. or lav down
and went fo sleep. The enMinetr, Fred.
Mcssct.tcstilied Unit he saw sonu thin" on
the track and w.t.Miudcr the impics-ion
that it was a piy, but .v.i.s too close on to
it to stop bis engine before strikin"it.
When Iiu engine struck the object he at
once concluded that it was -i biiuiau be
ing. He whistled down breaks, and ns
soon as the train could be stopped, ran
back tu sec what had been run
over. He found the old man terrihly
inaiiglcd mid dead. His brains were
knocked out and scattered along the
track for some distance; both feet and
and one arm cut oil and his body other-
wi-e terribly mangled. The above are
the lai Is as staled to the jury, and a ver
dict iu a.i ordauce therewith a u n
here I In-4.mx-l Mill lie l, piiiiinlril
The Key. (.'. Ditrseliner, liaNin- re.
turned to the city, will preach in the
German Lutheran church. Thirteenth
street, between Washington avenue ami
Walnut street, this morning tit half past
ten o'clock. Th-.; public is invited to at
--The Usual service.? are annonm cd lor
this morning and evening at the Metho
dist ehui' li, eorner of Eighth and Wal
nut Streets. 1,'ev. J. D. GiUi"n. Ii.istor.
Siilijc't "i' the morning s dis.rijur.si-,
"The Importance of Sunday School Work
is an Agency lor Good." Let Sunday-
school workers, ami a'l others who can,
le present. Evening, "God's Gift
Mao." All nro in-, lied ; seai irec. Sun-
lay school at 3 p.m.
Tin-re will be services at the 'hun-h
of the Ib-dcemcr, Fourteenth stru t, be-
tween Washington avenue and Walnut
trcct, at halt-past eleven this morning.
At the Prehyterian church. Eighth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, the Usual morning and
evening services are announced. Key.
II. B. Thayer will preach at the evening
crvicc. The Lord's Supper will In; cele
brated at the morning set vice.
THE IIIEEENIAN CELEBRATION.
Tlie I.l lie of Mnrrli ul tlie l'ro.esloii.
For the benefit of all who may wish to
join in the company 's parade, we .sub
mit the follow ing programme of the line
The procession will be formed at the en
gine house, 011 Thirteenth street at S:;!0
o'clock, and will move at nine sharp.
The line will move from the engine house
to Commercial avenue ; up Commercial
avenue lo Twentieth ; west on Twentieth
to Washington avenue ; south on Wash
ington avenue to Eighth ; ea.-t on Eighth
to Ohio lcyee; south on Ohio h vce to
Fourth street; west on Fourth street to
Washington avenue; north 011 Washing
ton avenue toSixth street; ca-t on Sixth
street to Commercial avenue; north on
Commercial avenue to Ninth street;
west on Ninth street to Wash
ington garden, where the celebra
tion will beheld. All titi.ciis or organ
izations that wish to participate in the
parade will Iiu given position iu Ihu
ranks by tho Grand Marshal of the day,
Phillip Uovvard. By order of the Com-
thcrmaii Fire Co. No. 4, you tire re
sted to meet at tho engine house 011
the morning of the Fourth ot July,
at eight o'clock sharp iu full uniform.
P. O'Lot urn. ., Secy.
Peak t'HMiily Saim Hell Kiuger.
This celebrated troupe of artists, as
w ill be seen by our advertising columns,
are to appear at the Alhena um 011 the
3d and -illi, and from what our ex
changes say and our own knowledge of
the company, our cili.i us are to enjoy a
rare treat in a musical way. They
have a full corps of vocal, instrumental
and character artists and tho best bell
ringing company in the worl 1, and their
entertainments are well worth the patron
age of all our cilicus. Iu order to give
the little ones a treat there will be a mat
inee on the Fourth, win 11 all childnu
will be admitted lor 1j cents, lie sure
to go ami enjoy yourselves.
At llauis Aaaiu.
Pcv. C. Ducrschncr, pastor of the
German Lutheran church has returned to
Cairo after au absence ot nine weeks In
tho South. Ha wishes us to announce
that services will be held regularly iu his
church at tho usual hours. 2-t.
I or TIMcii nud Henilrirlia
Mr. Di.ih.h: If tUo colored nun
knew their own inb-re t they wonl I
promptly abandon Ihe lh-publican party.
In the hands of ihe lb-publicans they are
nearly as much slaves as they were
in the South. I for one w ill not be de
livered by thi white Badieal managers to
Hayes and Wheeler. I'm me down for
Tilden and Hendricks.
d. T. Al l.KN.
Having purchased ihe Cairo I ity Bind
cry from Mr. Hurl, I have sold an inter
est in it to Ambro.e Pyatf, a voting mnn
who is a skillfull book-binder ami in
every way worthy of the public eonli
deticc. lb; will herealter have charge of
the bindery and its business, mid I l
spi ak for him a liberal share of the pat
ronage of Cairo. John, II.oi i imv.
July 1-t, s7G.
This po pilar saloon, corner Fourteenth
treet and Washington avenii'', is ojieii to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liijuors ami the linesl
brands of rig'irs.
:t-;!Vi i" A. I i:ai s, 1'i'oprietor.
Linen libte, plate finish, letter and note
pnperat the lii i i 1. 1 1 olli.e. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
tXru.v Nol i e.
Taken up on Saturday, June 2lih, .
cow and call. Apply to .1. II. Metealf,
oppo-lte the court house. U-27-:it
Ail liiilor iloalei's w Ikiso lict ii -i i expire
.Inly 1st, :ire imtilicit tliut lin y 1110-1 Imve
new Ixinds e.X'i iiltit and liled' in this cilice
on or helore Tilcsilny, July 4th, ia ni'ler
that the council may k- action tli?reon at
its In -t I'l L-ular iiieetini' in July.
Jas. W. MawAiir, t.'ity Vleik.
Dr. Smith has removed his ol'.ice to
rooms s and U, Winter's block. Entrance
on S-venth ssreet.
Ftttv cents, at Winter's Gall-rv.
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IAXIKS V Ms. IN,
s-.i-i ant, Sitrnul Si-rviie, I'.s. A.
Jim I- i.-k, Paducah.
Jos. It, Bigley, St. Louis.
Future Ci'.y, tow, St. Louis.
Atlantic, bit, it-.. New Orleans.
V.. M. Norton, low, Ohio river.
John I.. Bolides, Pittsburg.
John B. Maude, St. I.oiils,
Illinois, Mound City.
dim Fisk, I'adilcuh.
" John B. Maude, Yieksburg.
" Future ily. barges. N. O.
" Atlantic, barges, St. Loui".
" Idle wildc. Evansvillo.
' John L. Bhodes, St. Louis.
' Illinois, Memphis.
The weather has been clear and
Business is unusually quiet.
The gauge la-t night marked 31 feet
2 inches. 'I he rise in 21 hours was 2
inches. At Cincinnati the decline was
The James Fik had another good
trip Irom Paducah, Besides a good cargo
of miscellaneous freight, she brought bl
hluls ot tobacco for the South.
The fleet and favorite I. Hew ill was
here from Evausville with a fair cargo.
She went back with a goodly list of pas
lingers. The Jo.eph II. Bigley returned to
St. Louis with a tow of Pittsburg coal.
The John B. Maude passed down
w ith a good Irip. She added about 2.j
The Atlantic and low passed up lor
The Arkansas Belle will lo here Irom
Evansville this afternoon. She is making
11 Grand Centennial Fourth of July ex-
eursion trip and will carry passengers
from this city to Evansville and land them
safe at home again on Wednesday even
ing, for the small sum of mx dollars.
The Illinois, titter receiving exten
sive repairs at Mound City, passed dow n
to take her place in the Memphis and
The E. M. Norton pascd up from
St. Louis with a tow ol ore and other
freight lor the upper Ohio.
The John T. Bhodes ft 0111 Pittsburg
passed down the Ohio with a good trip
for St. Louis.
The Future City and barges have an
excellent trip for New Orleans. She
made additions of 800 tons here.
ii 1 .1 1 111 ... 1
I.IUI OK OKAI.KKN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WI10I1 i-uli: ami tlrtuil limit M lu
Foreign and Domestio
vim:h OF AM KIM),
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MESSRS. CliYTH CO. Iit eooaUnUy
a Urn aloes ol Ut brat guutis u Uw Uiw
art, aud yivwweial atUutUuu to lb uwlal
rauolt ol Ut buaiuea.
2 XTIGHTQ OIT1.V
Mij ul Tuca-flij, Jdj 3d 12. iti.
Firm appernnre tn Cairo for five yesrso
Blaesdeli:& Stanloy'B Concert
TEN PERFORMERS BRASS BANtJ
EverjthintrNew ani Kirst-U!a.
'""' Day Concert on the Fourth for
LADIES AND CHILDREN.
SJAI.K (;K IMMC'Ki .-
Mliiii.sii.ii ut niijlit Adults til cent-, Cl.il
dln t!."i t-Plito.
l A TIN KB l'KUKS :
Adults M cents ; children Ui teuln.
Hour open at 2 ami 7 o'clock ; IVriorm
aiice i iimmciii c at l:.M)an.l!.
TICKETS for su' at llnrtinan's for re
served seats w Hlioiit extra charge.
- A Nil -
4 tli of July Celebration
l!Y fill, t Alllil
Via Cairo and St. Louis Railroad.
trri'lie C. B. A. will celebrate the
rutin h "I duly by another ueli;htlul Bus
kct Picnic at Parker's Grove, and are offer
in-.' every inducement to parties withing U
eii.io y a pleasant excursion from the city to
join tli.-ni. Everything will he done fur the
comtort and entertainment of those parti
cipaliiii; in the event : and tn ti,o wh,
luivenot yet visited the grounds, he i
stated that the V, and St. L. It. It trarml
ports you comfortably to ihe grove tn forty!
" us. uuib jou arrive 111 cool shade
and Hint everything at your hand for en
ioyinenl tho lake and good tMiiiig Indus
I ' ..I avi" ut'it 1 11 ,1
::i r,::: will C3 ;.U Uiizf
Mm of the Daj.
To(--oher with all Games of the Season!
A Good Time Guaranteed!
Corao one, come all, and Enjoy d
Day in tho woods, ueirean
moms on tho Grounds Ice
TICKETS for the round trip, good 01
anv ot tlio kcVL-rul trains: (uutieuien, 1
i-i-iits: Ladies, fsj cenU; (JhildrsB under 1
Tears .'23 cent. For sulo alter the 1st o
.lulv. ut .UcGaiiley'a ilrtii atore, fourtbl
ward: Marelav s on xv asiungion avaiiut
and tlie Arlington House, down town Alt
at Urn depot, loDt of Walnut street.
Trains leave ilopet : and l():4.i a. m
and l.i p.ui. Koturning: 4::k aud
N. B. Pishing Tackle will bi
Furnisnod by tho Association.
CAIRO BOATING ASSOCIATION.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avonu
V,lv-imes ni'iil.i on I'linsmniueiits. A
strii-ts ut Titles made, Ceuvejaui-es ail
t ollectiiiiis utteudutl 10.
ATTENTION' TO BI'SINESS AN1
l'BO.Ml'T KEMI Tl A N t ES .
Auction Sides Every Saturday Moriiii
1. II OhlULT . A . I Vi
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
HINDERS ;NI BLANK BOO
Bulletin Buildlns-, Cor. Twelfth 8tr
ana Wasuinirton Avenue,
UCouiity ami liailroudW.rk a StwcialtT
ASCALIlN LOllCiE. NO. 51.
KniK'hls ol rylluaa, niwU every rf
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tf )i , ii. .ii ti.....
noun ,iii. - .vw,
I bttiiuellur Coiuuiaailer
ALEXANDKIl I.OlMiK. NO. tl
sf "jfc. ln.lr-ndrnt unit of ld-
.ar m iow, iiieri every inurauar i
' "bim al tiall'-iMuit aeveo. id tlu-ir Iu
J.iiuim-ii ial UM-mif, Urtwu u hlxUi nJ Bcveaf
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IS J II tiosHMAH, C 1
aV 1 AtlOl I.H1K.K. NO. .17. A F. II
Hold rt-fc'Uiar unuiuuuicalioa IS M
jaxy aonic Hall, corner Louuiuarcial av
' xau, tihUi muI. oa Uie cuud
,urtti aluudav oinuii ntonUi.
The last cluuii-e fur xood atrru-ultural lasdaf
Tkh Icak' csavir. alMiraataxT min
Imu't run aur rik. but go lo a eouolry law I
Iwt u iiruvol Ul ht giMxl. oroa )our iamti
imwUI card U laud loiu'r v. sat. k.i
liurliDoa. Iowa, aud rwrirefrwi "lr f If
aul Nibnutt raiaurr. aiiucuari ei uaoa.
ow luiuid Uiii rl.