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Ahi:ai.on l.oimfc, no. m.
Kniirhtu of I'ythiait, meet every Fri
ly nlrht nt hulI'-iBt mrn, in Odd-
Mluwa' Hull. llimn,
'liante.llor t ollllimhili r.
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fc lndew-ndeiil Order tit Odd-1 1 1
a jP low, iiiwt every 'lliurflday iiiKtil
miiiiiF' at hull nt heven, in their (mil en
J-iiiifiu ri iul avenue, ln twM ii sixth anil Seventh
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'"UlllO KN AMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F.. fun la
Jm Od l-Fellowa' IIhII iiu the (IihI and llnril
I le-ada) in evi ly month, at lill-l seven
.(mi II (innmm, V V
A AIUot.oiiuK. NO.S(7,A.r. A. M.
Xfr ""''I nvulitr reimiiiiiiili-alioiiii in Mh
lt annie Hull, corner oiniiierriiil avenue
' 'and Kifhlh atn-et, mi the aerotid ami
f nirth Momlttv ol-u-h inoiiih.
J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
AlrXiiiiiliT roiin'.y IuikI.'I, nir lots,
i-KfJmnc for Si. I.oiiM i-i i rty.
'1 1,0 miiiIIi hull of Mir- "Pilot" Ik.ii-.' :it
-I.'oltao-o on Sixtli Mrn t nt'tir Wadi
(.'oltiigoiui Kl"litli pttfi-t war Wal-
.lllt Sll'Cl t.
I 11 itiir. i i, rin r Twrnly lumili mm. I
llolljrok a vfiiiic.
FirM Hour of In irk 1w-lliu; rornt-r
Xlnt-twi Mil and roi'larnlrcclji.
I'ottnc on Fourth Strvi't, Ix twii u
.'oiutiKTcial und Wiisliliipton nvi'titii-.
Cottage- on Ninth Street, west of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth Mn.rl, we.-t
i4 Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and li x turi. southwest eoru
r Kihteentli street and Commercial
iwriue, at a liurain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, vo-t ol
'oniuierelal avenue, f lu.
Jiwcliinif hou(; on 'ro- street, wen
ot Wuhiiiifton avenue.
JiiiMlic hoti-r on Ij-ve( ftreet, itlinvo
A pood cotUwre on Twenty-Ninth
-Ireet, near 'oinrwrriiil avenue.
Store room on Commc-nlal uvi nue,
ic.xt to Waverly hotel, $10.
Coltajre of I room; on Twenty-third
trrirt, $!. (ii'Od yard and cistern.
(jowl dwelling house on Walnut, he
twi en Twetity-M'eonil and Twenty-th'rd
Storu-rooni -orner Twinti'-tli and
Foj.lar . treet", $1J .
Store rooui adjoining ahove, $..
House on Commercial tveniie, neur
10th i-treet. Suittldi! for busine-i, and
I welling, $1..
Tenement tiuinhered h and 'J,
Winter's Hmv, 5 room eueh for $10
l-er month. Will j.ut in lir.t-.-lu-s
Iwi llin hoti-if on Sixth street and
JftliTon uveiiue $10.
-Orphan A'j luin buililinv and jm tni
m ii. Kent low, to a (rood ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
WaOilnjrtr.ii avenue, IJa month.
Kooiu- hi hiIous parts (f the city.
Lands, in tract to suit, near Cairo.
.Men"' (;."'l -uit only $1.oo at S.ilo
iiinn I 'an it . '-'.
- One hoiiiivd pair-; id line all wool
nitlii' and boy.-' mnts of the lati-t
t3-lc he .(1d at a rueriliie; al-'O
o:it-;nid Ml- iii ironii lion, at
Sol iiVkN I'aCUI'.a"-.
1 I-! and 1 11 oiiiiui ri i d avetiue.
isly three dollars for a niee white
M.tr-cillei Miit, coat, pant and vest. A
line r-ilk alpaea e.iat only $".,..'iO. .lean
.ant ' only -, c-enl a y.i'ir. at
Soi uM.ix 'a in n:Cs,
J l' and 111 ointiMTei.il avenue.
The vheaiCt t ht ot hoot-and - hoes
can al way-U' lound at Snliitiiiwi I'ani-
I'il'.-. A 1 iJies' line i loth l.iee -lioe, kil
liont, only $1 ; iiu n'.- hroLMii ', f-nly i
men's tine hoot.s iinly i2."si.
Fify ioeii I'laek fan- from live
cent' iiji to twenty-live cent-for tiielK-st;
al o a nice j'ara-ol only twenty-live cents
a Jiiiee. .Mu-the 'old he fore the yeaon
i-: over, I'd ue and pink a-h rihUuis only
lifteen cents ;i yard, at Solomon Pa
reira's. -Three pairs ladii' lio-e for twenty
live cent-", three pairs children' ho-e.
only twenty-live centk. Ladies' Morocco
saehels, only fifty cent, worth one dol
lar ; nnd everything el-e in proportion
an always he found at Solomon Parei-ra'-.
laoinv lo liitiikitM or 'ulrailtt.
'J'ake the Atchison, Topcka and Santa
Fe railroad, thu new arnl popular line
lroin Atchison and Kansas City, via the
Uautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Spring!', I ictiver, Cannon ity,
Cuoharus, ld Norte, Santa Fe and all
points in Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip !0 day tick
els to Denver on sale .uay Idlll, so,
taking in the famous watering places on
the I. 11. G. road. Low cmigraut
rates to the Sau Juan mines.
Pullman palace Bleeping cars between
the Missouri river and the liocky Moun
tains without change. Close, connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union dcots. For maps, time tables
.and thu "Sau Juan guide," adddrcss,
T. J. Andkhsov,
tJen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
A Ko. 1 Laundry.
it is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avej
nues, has one of the best conducted laundry-establishments
In the city, and laud
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
lier. Her prices are as lollows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; rer
dozen, SOe ; socks, 5c ; two collars, 5c ;
two handkerchiefs, 5c ; vests, -0c; and
all gentlemen's wear, SOc. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; while
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies' underware, line
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. l-2:i-ti.
A Urautl Hiirreae.
Tho Charter Oak Stove In our kitchen
is a grand success, the best stove we have
ever used, and we cheerfully recommend
it with a clear conscience, knowing we do
our lriends and neighbors a tavor who are
looking for a first-class stove. 7-C-wlt.
KJH MIKUIr V.
We wre mitliorir.eil In rniiiniinie .tullN II.
UoltlNMiN anBramliitn'e lor Mierill ol Alex
ander enmity, at the eniniiiK ennnlT election.
We nre aiithopieil toaiinoiince that It. A. K'l
Miiiiiil'on ir bii inilefieiiili'nt lleinlli'an eandi-
lute lor SheriiT, It the ernminic eotint? elet tion.
Wo are authorized tounnonnt I'KTKU H Al'P,
lor an liideiiendent riidid1 for Shei ilTer At
exandei count) , al the ennuinK eouiity i ln li.in.
KA rr.M r aih i ni ini.xj.
rtAII bills for ailverlitfiDK, are due and pay
able IX 1UVA1I
I runi-ii nt RdvertiHinK will lie innertel at Urn
rate of W Ol ier square fortlie Unit iiiHertioii
and ,V i-nt for each uhtenent one A lilwrul
dimomit will le made on ntandiiiK '"' dinpl
For Inserting Funerul notice 1 Notice ol
ni'etinp ef aoeietii a or secret orders Vi oentM for
fhurch, Horiety, Feftlval and f-'upiier notices
will only be inserted an adrertineruvntii
Ko advertliement will be received at le than
W) rent, and no anvertieement will lie. laserleil
for lee than three dollars tier month
Bualnoaa Notlcea, of
tan llnaa or more, Inaerted
in the Bulletin u follows :
Comineuca Countinir at ten Lines.
One insertion per line 5 Otnta
Two Insertions per line 7 Cents
Three Insertions per line 10 Cents
Six insertions per line 16 Cents
Two weeks per line 25 Cents
One month per line ..36 Cents
No Seduction will be made in above
THl'KSDA Y, JULY C. 17C.
Local Heather Keporl.
Caimo. III., July ::, 17'''
7 a in.
i p. in
Hah. J loa.
I O. .M 7'. 9
.Ti.iO-i ' f .
Wind, i Vkl. I Wiaih.
s I uir.
U ! do
f-'i recant, Siunal fterloe, I', s. A.
A good wa.-h woman can lind em
ploy in i nt ly opplyingat Un mix dike
Mut ix- a good waeher.
caulk! cai ti l : :
Parties having cattle to Iced can pur
chae this Is-st ot ditillcry sloji at the
airo di.-tillery, at five cents jcr barrel.
WWw II. Scui liz, Prop'r.
liOOMS TO KENT.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three room and Summer kitchen ; alo
two rooms on fame street. Apply at
leItaHou-e, Cairo. W-'-tf.
J. t.KOHr.K STEINHol si:
on Kiglith street, two doors from Alex
ander County Hank, i the place to get a
lashiomible hair cut or a smooth Miave,
or anything cNe in the barber lino. La
dies' and children' hair cut or ilreeed,
.;tii..r -if tiif. -hoti or tin ir homes.
I (ll. Ill A I 1 11.
Kedliellei 's Patent Lightning Leeipro
cating li'g I'.eater, swin t i ream, custard,
whip atid fro'ting maker. Pii iniuiii egg
beatiTld 1S7L atid the Ujt it IK- mi (,
For ale by ha-. W '. llendi-r-on, general
dealer in stove-, tin and hollow ware
( omiiieriial avenue, coiner of '1'wclftli
street, Cairo, Illinois. i'J70ui
JI Allil h AMI HM'IMo.
A I the tor room of ( '. Kik-Ii, on
ominercial avenue. No. ti, below Sixth
Mrect, may 1' found a full ai-ortment of
leather and liudings ; al -o a laie - liM'h
of St. Louis cu-tom made Idiot' anil
shoes. He also keeps on hand a gimd as
sortment of lnMit, shi'-', etc., ol his
own make. Hoots and shoes made to
order of tirst-cla- material and ati-ifac'
lion guaranteed. '..M tl'2
'Keep your vest on," and call at Louis
I'.Uttau's, on Fight street. No. Si. It
matters not how hot you are, a glass of
Louis' ice cold lager, will immediately
cool you oil ; and his grand jWr hot
lunch in the morning at 0, and cold lunch
at ! p.m., is really too good to give
away. Yet, Louis invites his fiicuds and
the public generally to come, eat, drink
and lie merry, Hon't lorget the place,
Ilutchers' and J Covers' FIxchange, No.
2:1 Eighth street, lwtween Commercial
and Washington avenue. ii-30-M
!r. Smith lias removed ids oflicc to
rooms 8 and 9, Winter's block. Kntrance
on Seventh ssrect.
Thirty thousaud just recciveu.ai me
Linen fibre, plate finish, letter and note
pajier at the Ucllktix office. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Having purchased the Cairo City Bind
ery from Mr. Huel, I have sold an Inter
est in it to Ambrose Pyatt, a young man
who is a skillful hook-binder and in
every way worthy of the public confi
dence. Ho will hereafter have charge of
the bindery and its business, and 1 be
speak for him a liberal share of the pat
ronage of Cairo. John. H. Obekly.
July 1st, 1S7C.
IlivHOlullou of Co-Fartuersbip.
Cairo, 111., June 30, lw7tf.
The firm of Lynch & Howley, real es
tate agents is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent, M. J. llowley retiring. The
business of the late firm will bo continu
ed by Jacob O. Lyt.ch, who will pay all
debts of the late firm and who is author
ized to collect all outstanding debts.
Jacob G. Lynch,
Michael J. Howley.
Iu retiring from the firm of Lynch &
Howley, I would respectfully solicit for
Mr. Lynch a continuance of the patron
age so generously bestowed on the late
firm. Michael J. IIowi ey,
Two girl at the f I ant eta' llouc to do
chamber and dining-room work. 7-0 !jt
Cnpl. Thomas II. Da-diicll, brother of
Mrs. Ir. Illuming of Ihlsclty died at lu r
home in Columbus, Mississippi, on the
Fourth or July. The deecn-'od wn one
ot the prominent men ol that feetion of
Nt. Patrick Benevolent ajocielj.
This society matched by the Bi 1.1 m is
olllee iiii the morning of the Fourth in
full force. In their handsome regalia,
the members of Ihe society presented a
most attractive appearand', and the gen"
eral remark wa, that a liner looking
body of men never before paraded the
vfrei Is of i 'airo.
Moonlight Kieiiroleii t Ooliimliua.
Tin; steamer Idlewilde announces a
moonlight excursion to Columbus and
return 011 Saturday cening. This
fleet nn I elegant Ixiat is the
pet of the Ohio river. Her ollicers,
lien Howard and Clerk Kd. Thomas are
the cleverest ot gentlemen, and a merry,
good time is guaranteed everybody.
'1'lie fare for the round trip is only one
dollar. For tickets apply to Sol. Silver.
For several days past Street Superin
tendent fiorman has bad two or three
teams hauling dirt into the low places on
Fourteenth street, between Washington
avenue and Walnut street.-and under Mr.
(iormau's personal supervision the work
Is being done well. Fourteenth street
has needed repairing for a long time, and
now that the work has been done, and
done so well, citizens living in that vicin
ity feel grateful to our worthy Street Su
perintendent. Wtiut n Whopper!
The Sun says Oberly read the speech
he made at the ratification meeting on
Monday night, and that it was a good
one. oberly did not read bis speech.
He read the liemocratie platform. This
the (ireat Stupid of the .Vim mistook for
a speech. Hut this is not astonishing.
The other day, w hen Davis was asked if
he bad ever read Anthony's oration
over the dead body of Cn sar. be said in
his reply : "Certainly ; often. Let me
see, Anthony is from llhode Island, ain't
lie? He is a very good talker, anl that
is one of bis best speeches." The fact is,
the Sun mau is u dull light.
The hunUnj Nchool 1onTeiiliou
'lhe Sunday School Convention met at
the Methodist church yesterday morning.
Geo. Fisher, F-.-j., was called to the
chair. P.ev. J. L. Gillhain, Kev. li. G.
George, Mr. L. W.Slillwelland Mrs. Goss
were appointed a committee on perma
nent organization and directed to act as a
board of management during the con
vention. In the afternoon Mr. Fisher was elected
president, and oilier business transacted.
The subjects diseus-ed were : "Teachers
'Meetings how conducted and mis
Mained,'' and "Spiritual preparation ncc
'essary to success in Sunday-school
Ju the evening Kev. Fred. L. Thomson
made an addic-ion l,t10 Sunday-school
for all ayes, classes and conditions. "
lhe reporter a young gentleman with
an iire-i-tihle inclination to get away
from duty wrote the little paragraph he
saw proper to put into the l!i i.l.t riN
about the Democrat 1 ; ratification meet
iiig. lie fore the meeting was half over
He is one of the most remarkable guess.
ers in the world, and he guesod that Mr.
M. B. Harrcll would conclude tbe meet
ing with a speech. He accordingly put
hit gues iuto type. But the man who
did conclude the mcctiiig was Ij. T. Lln-
egar, Esq. lie didn't believe Linegar
would siak. He was mistaken. Lin
egar did speak, and made a good Dem
ocratic speech. He is now lhe Demo
cratic Hamlet, and must not be 1. it out ot
the play hereafter.
4 ItirUeu Tltlel HUhl
t iii Tuesday morning, between 2 and
and II o'clock, Officer Gladney while
walking along Seventh street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street,
camp upon aeolortd man with a barrel,
in which ho had stowed away three
young chickens. The thief, who did not
suspect that Mr. Gladney was anoflletr,
gave his name as James Thomas, and
said that ho had stolen the chickens from
John Winter, who owed him for labor
done, and wouldn't pay him. Ofilcer
Gladney then informed Thomas that be
was the kind ot men be wa always on
the look out for, and marched him oil' to
the calaboose, and locked him up, where
lie remained until yesterday, when be
made his escape. The ofilcer also found
on Thomas two neckties, a rod and w hite
plaid one auu u iitam cuioica om . Loin
silk. He took tho chickens in cbarge
and has them at his home, where they
can be found by the owner.
The Mesnier Mornau.
One of the most pbasant sights on the
Fourth was the steamer Junius S. Mor
gan, flying a new and handsome set of
colors, the gift of Mr. Junius S. Morgan
of London, one ot the owners ol the
boat. It was noticed that the colors
were the largest and finest that waved
in the harbor on the Fourth. The boat
had a lull set the I'uion jack, the Ber
gee and Euslgn, besides two streamers or
By the kindness of the oflicers Capt.
Adkins and Mr. Southard a party of
ladies and gentlemen, among them Mr.
and Mrs. Saflord, Mr. and Mrs. Candee,
Mrs. Itexford, Mrs. Beckwith, Mr. Sam.
Foster and sister, Mrs. Pink, jr., and a
number of young ladies, had a pleasant
trip to the Missouri shore in the after
noon. The party was pleasantly quar
tered iu the pilot house, and enjoyed the
occasion very much.
The day being the Centennial Fourth,
the party took much interest in a Centen
nial relic owued by Capt. Atkins a
powder horn one hundred and eighteen
years old, presented to the Captain by
his lather, years ago. Cut into the horn
are the words "Jesse Swadel, his horn
made at Lake George October the 16 ye
THE CENTENNIAL FOURTH.
How it Was Observed in Cairo.
THE CILIBRAT10NI OF OUR VAKlttUI
How tha ColorttL as well as th PUio prov
Thsmielvss Vary Patriotic.
It In a ftnv "ereiiel.T Qitiel antl I'em e.
There has not, perhaps, been a day in
the history of Cairo, when a celebration
has faken place, that passed ofi so peace
ably ami gently, as did the Centennial
Fourth of July.
Although the celebration wut not what
no great a day should bar? occasioned,
and was not what our inple nlmuld
have been pleased to see, jet its observ
ance was very treneral. Ituuness was al
most entirely suspended ; tne daily rou
tine of labor wa cast aside, and for the
time lieing all thought ot the actual du
ties of life thrown away.
The demonstration ai nouneed in
honor of the occasion by the various or
ganizations of the city in tvery instance
prove decidedly successful, and drew im
mense crowds of visitors.
1 11 k n it.xbits.
The demonstration of the Turners at
their ball and garden, corner of Tenth
and Poplar streets, was probably the
most successful one ever undertaken by
this socieiy. The attendance was very
large, the hall and gardens being crowd
ed throughout lh whole day. Both
the building an J gardens were elaborate
ly decorated vith flags, banners and
shrubs of all kinds, and at night were
made even mort attractive and beautiful
by the myriads f Chinese lanterns, etc.,
which adorned the walls, fences and
shrubbery. The Delta City Cornet
band and Wittig't string band were in
attendance and discoursed music. Danc
ing commenced iu the ball at about nine
o'clock, and was continued through the
night until a late hour yesterday morn
ing. The members of the organization are
highly pleased with the mtnner in which
their efforts were crowned, as well they
At the appointed time, eight o'clock
ou the morning of the Fourth, the mem
bers of the Hibernian tire company, to a
man, were promptly on hand at their en
gine house, ready for tie street par
ade, which wasta begiu tlieir celebration
of the memorable day. At half-past
eight, the procession was iu liue. when
St. Patrick's Benevolent Scciety,number
ing nearly a hundred sttlwart sons ol
Erin, garbed in bar k suit, w ith sash of
green and gold, md Wlael bat trimued
w ith hemlock sprg, and lie Boys Tem
perance Society, numbertig twenty-five
lads, with bright red sash trimmed with
silver fringe, and sprigs of green, headed
by the National band, marcled from their
headquarters iu the lower )nrt of town
and joined the ranks.
Tlu apri.ira.il of the ibernians was
very tastefully adorned wh red, white,
and blue ribbon-, flowers leaves aud
hemlock. Two spirited horses deeo.
rated with flairs and sprue drew t ai n
piece ot machinery.
At night, Schecl's Jardeii was
crowded, and ithe hall wo filled with
dancers. During the evenig the Hiber
nians kept the tkies hritit with tire
work'. The Hibernian never had a
more sueces lul celehratioithan this one
The Hibernians, led by ne Delta City
band, ami followed by theii entire equi
page ot apparatus, headed He procession.
Next came the St. Patrick 1 Benevolent
Society, led by the XationalCoriict band,
and followed by the Boys Temperance
Society. At about 9 o'clo the entire
line move up Commercial a'ciiue, asbotli
bands played the star Spatgled Banner.
The principle street! of the
town were traversed, afer which the
procession marched to Shell's Washing,
ington Hall and garden wheie the read
ing ot the Declaration d Indepeulenee,
by John 11. Oberly, and a short address
by Mr. D. T. Linegar vere listened to
when the ranks were brokei, and every
body set to work to enjoy the pleasures
prepareil for them.
Tnn hoatixu ci.i iii ic.mc.
There was a very gocl attendance at
the boating club picnic a; Parker's Grove
though the affair did not c.ll out as many
ot the friends of the orgaiizatlon as it
was expected it would, "his fact, how.
ever, did not effect the plasure of those
who were present. A gd string band
accompanied the party, ad dancing, fish
ing, croquet, 4c, were tltf features of the
day. The affair is said to have been a
very eiijojanio ono to everybody who
This place was also very handsomely
decorated with tie national colors, em
blems, banners aid flowers. At night
the gardens were xautitully lighted by
lanterns, candles irranged in stars, half
moons, etc. The nt!onal comet and
string band were present, and dancing;
music and refreshments were the order,
nor did tho sounds of revelry cease until
the wee snia' houn of morn began to tell
upon tho crowd.aid it dispersed, each
one feeling happy i tho thought that lie
had paid the homaje due the Centennial
birthday of ournat.on.
yuk coi.ohed odd iki.i.owh and masons.
Thecflorts of the colored people of the
above named orders of this city, to hold
a creditable celebration ou the Fourth
were crowned with success, though there
was not as many foreign lodges present
as were expected. This laet was attrib
uted to the recent inclement weather
which lasted until the day previous to
tho Fourth. As it was however, there
were present delegations from the lodges
of Charleston, Mo., Jackson, Tennessee ;
Nashville, Tenues.se; Paducah and other
The 'procession was formed at nine
o'clock at the corner ot Fourth street
and Washington aveuue.
The Evening Star band of Evansvllle,
the best colored band in the West, was lu
the advance, followed by a wagon tastily
decorated, nnd bearing fifteen young col
ored women, representing the Fifteenth
amendment. Another wagon drawn by
four horse, and trimmed with ever
greens, flags and banners followed, in
which were seated thirteen little colored
girls in white, representing the thirteen
original colonies. Next was a large
wagon furnished with seats and hand
somely trimmed, bearing thirty-right
young women in white the thirty-eight
Immediately iu the rear of tills wagon
marched one hundred little boys with
blue, red and white sahe. representing
the one hundred years of lhe nation's in
deiicndcncc. Next came the lodges of
( Mil Fellows and Masons, nnd delegations
from various societies ot neighboring
cities. The procession, after making a
parade of the city, repaired to "Centen
nial Grove," just north of town, where
the remainder of the day was spent.
At the grounds, addresses were deliv
ered by Mr. Ilickets, of Booneville, Ky.
and Judge John J. Bird, of this city,
The celebration was wound up by a
grand ball and supper at Phillis' ball,
Ohio levee and Tenth street.
All in all, the demonstration was a
most satisfactory one to ail interested.
Tll. AHtlOAX MKTIIOTlIST CHI WIl'S IIAI1-
Tne memliers of the above church gave
a barbecue at Locust Grove. There was
a very good attendance of the friends of
the church present, and the aflair, which
was given with a view to obtain money
to liquidate the church debt, yielded a
very fair profit, and much pleasure w as
derived from it by all who participated.
Iron Mountain Kailronil.
Fifty (."iO) laborers at $1.75 per day.
Call at the Iron Mountain railroad office,
Ohio levee, by 2 o'clock to-day.
Coi'N'CIL ClIAMIlLK. 1
Caiko, III., July 4, 1S7C.
Present Aldermen Halliday, Parker,
Wilcox and Wright 4.
Alderman Wright called to the chair.
Upon call ol the roll no quorum being
present the council on motion adjourned
until Thursday evening, July Cth, at 7:'M
p. m. Jas. W. Stewaki,
Tilden and llenilricks' Hneeier.
At an informal meeting of the Demo
cracy of Cairo last night, a club was or
ganized called the Tilden and Hendricks'
Sweepers, with headquarters at 77 Ohio
levee. A meeting was called for to
night at 7:30 for the purpose of perma
nent organization. Everybody is invhd
to attend. W. M. Williams, Sey-.
The attention of all concerned is called
to the posters of the I. C railroad with
lhe a'jove head'mir outers of tne
luadliATc determined to put a stop to
the dangerous pastime of boys anil men
jumping on and off trains while in motion,
and after the 10th iust. will niwo.ito
any and every one w uncut respect to age.
sex, color or condition who indulge in it.
A Xauali'y Couple.
Julia Smith and William Parker, a col
ored couple accused of living together as
man ami wife and enjoying the blessings
of married life without having eone
through with the preliminaries of being
wedded according to the directions of the
law, were arraigned before Judge Bross.
Alter hearing the doleful tale of the sin
ners, his Honor held them to bail in the
sum ot two hundred dollars each. Wil
liam had friends and procured bail, but
Julia reclines iu the county jail, awaiting
the action of the circuit court.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
:i-2.Vtf A. KitAt 8, Proprietor.
Everybody who examines or uses the
Charter Oak cook stove is pleased witli
its great capacity, superior construction,
neat appearance, cleanliness in operation,
and the construction ot its reservoir and
closet, nnd say it is uuequaled as a per
fect cooking stove. d-1 1
Was Department, Rivcr Kcroar, I
July S.1S7H (
STATION. LAW WATER. CHANGE.
IT. IN. rr. IS.
Cairo . 31 I 0 n
l'lttuburK a u I
Cincinnati M i 7
Lodiaville U 4 X' 1
Nashville la -1 '
St. Luuia !40 (i
Kvsuaville a l o
Memphis - 21 " J
VicksburK 3S 30 1
New Orleans 6 0 X 1
llelow nigh wuterof 174.
Sergeant, Signal Service, V. S. A.
Steamer Jitu Fist, I'aducah.
" Ste. Genevieve, Vicksburg.
Jos, II. Iiigley, tow, St. Louis
James D. I'arker, Cincinnati.
" City ot Helena, St. Louis.
" Ike UammiU, barge, St. Louis
Steiuuer Jim Fisk, Taducah.
" Ste. Gcneyleve, St. Louis.
Jos. II. Bigley, tow, Louisville
" James D. Parker, Memphis.
" City of Helena, VickOmrg.
' . Ike Uamiuitt, barge, St. Louis.
Tho James D. Parker passed down
with a very good trip tor Memphis. She
added about 20 tons here.
The James Fisk brought from Pa.
ducah a very fair trip, Including 100 liiid
of tobacco for New Orleans.
The City of Helena had a good trip
for Vkksburg. she made additions of
alwiit I'm toni hole, inclndim' 1ih torn
ol railroad Iron.
The Joseph II. Big,.y p:l..se. iip(.
Ohio from St. LoiiIj w ith a big tow of
empty coal barges, which she fiil.e"; to
The !! puh I ti-n n says: "Irwin Inigau
returned on Monday from Port Huron,
where he succeeded iu his tnsk of recov
ering the cargo of a vessel Mink Many
ears ago. He will leave fn-diiv h r
Cincinnati, and return I In nee to purl
The Ike liaininitt came, il.iwn imm
St. Louis and returned to that port with
ft barge ot railroad iron, which she hit
here on her last trip up.
The New Orleans 7Vi. of Suml iy
says: "The fine steamer John A. St ud
der is detained here on account of a su'.l
brought by the Mississippi Vnlley Navi
gation company (.lot the l'.arge line) who
allege or claim th.it they own lu r, al.
though she was built by ( apt. Jack Car
ter, her commander, and others at st.
Louis, and they have been I'unni'icr her
here for several years, helieying that,
having paid their money for her, tin y
owned her. The other parly allege oth
erwise, having heeti one of the
original parties who commenced
building the hull at Madi.
ison, Ind., and for Some cause not fully
demonstrated, lhe payments were nui
according to the contract. The hull
wJ finished by tho boat-builders and
advertised for sale, and Capt. Carter and
his party purchased it and completed
the boat which Is one of the finest and
best in the trade. The claim against
the boat is tor $.10,000. The mar
shal . demands double that
amount, say 100,000. of bonds
men to release the boat, and in the ab
sence of the judge of the court, Who is
off summering, w ill not take less. The
captain refuses to give such an exorbi
tant bond, hence the boat is detained
here, to the great injury of her owners."
Flltv cents, at Winter's Oailerv.
HASK sr i t:tit:T.
'I'l.A l'..11..ril... iu th.. ..tt.t;i;..n r.r tl... I !..-....
dcr Comity Hank, on July :!, 1-7'.:
Ilills receivable S I'S.Jll r.7
line I'roin Hunk I l.ti'i'.i v:i
l.a.sli on llauil 1V- "i,
lluttlt un'l I-urn mi ie ;,iihi in
Expenses, Taxes, etc .',l.''i 17
Cuitnl Stock, $ u, '"in wi. (I'aiil in) i"
Deposits ."I.Ti'ii -1
Karninirs a, 41"
1'rollt ami Lot 1"
F. I1UOS-, I'reiMent.
II . Wr.l.l.S, Cusliiei.
SubTibnl Hint twuro to before me. H Notai
l'nblic in uml cr tlie County ol Alexander,
this .lulv :M. ISTu.
s- l.K.olti.K H-llr H.
Ou tuo Palatial St..i.ut-r
ED. ft. THOMAS,
- - Clc.k.
To Columbus and Return.
IMij lu?i July Stlz, IS"
'1 be fleet uiiif elegant stunne r lillt'Uiid,
w ill, at the solicitation of uiunr of our peo
ple, make a uiooDli'flit txi'ui.iou trip to
Columbus and return ou Saturday evenin:;.
the Mill of .Inly. An excellent eti ini' bund
will he on bourd and luroisU imi-ic lor
dan. iiu.', and an cuiovable time is I'uaian-
teeil. Tickets lor tlie round trip iaii be.
bad by applying to sol Mlu-l.
The stoi 'holders of the Kn-t Nationa'
li.iuk are hereby nottiied to meet ut my
oUli'e, airo, Ills., at ten oVInek, a. in.. Sat
iilduy, July, l&lli, ISTii, to close up tho af
fairs of mill bank. It. 11. Ci nmnohi i,
7-U-IU 'f rustee.
i.iaroit nt: a i.cKK
Wholesule ami KeUtil Healers in
Foreign and Domestic
WIWEM OF A Lis IiIMS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
MESSBf!. SMYTH A CO. have constuntly
a large stock ol the best good in Hie mar
kvl, and K'v edwcial atteutiou to Die Hbuluial
rauub of l Iiu business.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booflng and Quttering a Specialty
Slato Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern
Lightning Rods, Pumpa, Stoves
Jobbing Promptly Don.
u - - -
Dealer in Fresh Meats
itwo WMAlaaton n4 Coroiaercial
Avmum, adjoining Hnny'.
TT'CEPS for salt the beat Beer, l'rk, Muttoa
XV. eai, Lawb, bauakfv, Ao
pra4 k (vrv Cautllle Ul mi aooeiiUbiu Oiaavr
lfl.r4l r JKIM FRI.
STR ATTON & BIRD,
-A li. I
A ii KM I H AI4EHIOAN PulVKKR CO
Fj7 Ohio Lnvoo.
O. D VIIXIAMS0N
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'I'i I A I. ull.hlini i(ifii tcroHsiKiimenl anl
Is.rtitci the Cuiatiy.
ImproTti tht Sui'.itr
Lincoln Butter Powder
JMUI l n li llmier nil l fie Tenr KoiiikI
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
linioln Uutt.T ro,,.r i- an entirety
liurinli' art iirlu m i, I.. 1 1-. .... .. ,.i..i..... "i
Kiitrli.-li reeipe, ami now in daily u-e l.v
many of tli nm-t iinie,t tiiriiicrs in the
"'" ' ' "ooi ui oiirni I iiiiailelf'iiui.
I 'i lint weather tin. I VlVllli.l lllf.t-n Lull.
-"-'. iinincn imiim i
niiK'li tinner nnd t-weeter lluiii It iietiull; is.
Biui kcM it from turning ranthl. It mI-u
reini'i!4 :)ie troiur iV-ivne r.r innim. h..
weciN. o rn Mnlks, cot'on neeil, ot'c: aiu!
liii-rc a.-i-ii j ii iii or Imttcr liuicli moiv
tlian pay IIi-j trifling expense of using it.
3.V 'eiit pr I'nrhiiur.
Wiiiii.rsAi.it r if in it tiw:1 M.ri-oi
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is I lie (irnnil Old
Which has stood tho test of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure.no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magic touch.
A. bottlo costinR 25c, 60c. or $1
bus often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuablo
-10-1 eil-iM w-lv.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 190 Commercial Avonuo
4 nil , Illinois.
Ailvau.-e in iik' on I'onnuiuent-i. Al-htivu-ti
ol I itles niaito, l emeyanocs ani
t'nlloetiiiiis attciiile.l to.
a i rrM ios to nrsiNEss anii
ri:i lAtrr kkmittam.k.J1'.
Auction .'lales I'very Salunlay Aloiniiii'.
o l .It!
" "ileuce ill
Cumecl in (lie ri.iie.1
CaOMila. anil Kn-
teruii a loir as
anv otlier nlm-
i li v ted in Uio Kni'-
lisli uml luri'ii n Himmii't-s, witn inTentnrn, At
torueya ut l.w, HU'I other Soliciitora, especial!
w til tliose who liuve hail their ames reieckil in
thi hmnl.H ol oilier attoriiem. In rejectot ra-x-s
our loea are rea.wimlile, ainl no ttiarge iJ mailt
unli-ss we are silci e.-IUl.
U you want a ut.
sketctb and it
i r iuientiou.
will jiiiike an
examination ut the patent oilliv. anJ II we tliinl
il (iHtrntulile, will aetiii you pupera ami inlvu.
uinl proseeiile vour i-u-ie. imr ti-i will lie in or
ft )rHl or written in matter
ci tt. Kv-t'omml-isloHer of l'atenu.
rievi-lainl, Ohio ; l. II. lu-lley, Ksi
See ' v
NatioHiil i amice. Louisville, Ky.; L'oiiiiiiiulor
I inn-1 Auiuien, I . S. N. , WandtiiKtou, 1. C.
tf-Si-ii'l Miiuin I'm-our "tiuiile lor ohtuin-
iux I'litt iitit," a mmil oi'.4 )ine.
Aililivna : l.uui HHIfker A Co., Solii i
tors ol I'ali nt.-i, UHliingtoii, I). C.
m:u mm to suit m mil
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room aud Board, 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Say
Special Rates by Wk or Month.
A limited ntuiilier of very UcMruMe lamily
rooms euii be Mi-iui'l at naoonablo rates lor (lit.
I he M. t Imrles in the litrest and lies t anpoint
vd lloii-c- in Southern Illinois, and i the leadina
hod I in t uiro. Nol nli.tiiiutuin the "lied
Uotk" ri'diii'linn in jirires, lhe uhle will, a
ueual , U- lilierally iiiplud Willi lhe very Ix-al
ut'evro lltinu Uiut eau he tumid in mullet.
Kine lare saiiiile roonu tor eoiuiuercial tmv
elerrt, u K In unit lloor, ln-eul'i'liiu-i' .
lAU Lmi-'Ruueiil KtiKBtn com eyed to and Iroiu
the Uolel Wliuoui i'ii:ii'e.
JtVVt'i'T WIL'. A CO.,
QR.H. H. CANINE,
OFFK K ANT) KKSIUKVCK: Kiahili Streel,
t W-en Wanliiuxum and loliuuereiai Avruue.
wir ( Ainu, n.i..
rpiai "Weekly DulUliu,"
l.U iryer, j.tux prepaid, to any al lte.-i
JtF.ST AM i HkU rT
l'jr jiiiUiiheil iu outUei-n Illiuum
iii r iii n m or