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.OHO BUSINESS HOUSES.
.!. -Atr liualnea Arm can bars three Una
iince., In tlilt column undar appropriate heedm
ithcrio ol per lauulbor Uperyr
payable quarterly In adveuc.
Hardware. SHovee ftitil Tin Wt.r.
A. HALLKT-tler In Stoves, Tin and Hard
cure, Uuidenand Kanuera' liiipleuiuiw, Wire
JooUa, HeirlKanttore, . rump! and Lnddvrs.
US Commercial Atcuus. Guttering, aud .ob
J. S.McQAUEV-rX'nlOTlDhtnUml -oftlam-,
her. fluorine, celling, Win aud aurfaord
lumber, lain and shingle oulc anil yard
rorner Twentieth itrwt ami Washington avenue
LANCASTER A KICK-Denlers In anh,
.loct. blinds, etc., bard and soft lumber and
hlnglea. Yard and olUce,, Cuiunii rclul avenue,
nrner 17th ureet.
P. H AftTMAN dealer in Queen-waiv, Toys,
i urupe aud all kind ut 'fancy urllclft. Uuniui' i
vai hv nne, corn-r Mb so-eea.
WILLIAM WISTEIl-Siatli strwt brtween
Jonuuercial avenue and W'uidiinKton av-nue.
lutliitig an: 1tri-l,it,nl I'nlluriiiar,
JOUN AXTKI.M -Mer'hntTail..riid dealer
In Iteatlv Made Clotb.og. V-i iiluo Unt'.
Steal t.aluie Agcnclea.
M. J. HOWLEY-Kcal K.stale Atf-nt. Iluy
ind tell! real eaia'e. collect itiitx, imya tux
tor non-iuaideut eu:. CoiDiiicrciai mmu',
Aweeu Ninth arid Tenth lUcrlt.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tbo only Bond Running Two
Daily Truii from Cairo,
Trains Le-e-re Cairo
2:20 p.m. F.isl txpr,:, arriving In HI.
Louis 8 M i ni ; t hie ago, 1'MH. a.m.
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS-
V.LLE FAST LLNE
Arriving1 n Cincinnati 8:10, am.: f.otit
vtlle, k2'i,iiu; Iti'li itiapoll. 4.15 a.m.;
I'aai-erj ;r by ttiii t ln arrive at above
- IS -
OF ART OTflES BOUTZ.
lift t. tu. Kait M'l with kle epiT atta-'h.
rl, for HI'. LOUIS and CIII; ,
arriMBf In St. loul at il-.-'Vl a.m. '. In
cavo at 4J'S) p m. Onnnentiu a' (lilin
or KUinirhiini nr Cincinnati, I.iulvill!
FAST TIME EAST
Valence ly thi lino yo th'oui:h to
tite K't without nuy ill lay i aunM
Jhe KU'L'KD.Vl AK TKIlN'KiV TIU1N
H!M CAIH AKUIVl;-! IN NKW
VtiUK JIUNDAY MiJllM.Mi
a l' id-
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
UK AN V OTULU KoL TK.
dv(riempita of cfnnj.ctii.if lio s tliut
1by ni k liciti r t ini: thin tliin oin-, are
are lnut d oitluT throuvli ormu or u
d( nirc tu un!t ad tiic ui.hc
YtT thromrn tirkt-tx and iiiluriuVinu,
ipply :it nimo'a OntnJ U. U. ln-pot, t. airo.
TFt- AMU1VK AT CAl'O
ixri... -'ftn 1' rn
latl !:'.. in
Oeti'l .'uutliern Ant.
.1. 11. .fiiMS TicKct A.
ll..(..v ulnl tu loui.K u,e . It"'
Ilia- iflirtu ot trr i lu I iii.ii .es it,
ailT lilr. Munli.M'd l;t-t"lfl. 1 in-
illnit lit to rnrtiii if rfiiiovi-'i.
fW ttftlllld of tlvatlllrllU .''fW
utid MiariuMv rtii'dir II l-
;nd rirr-ulai- -nt Um In 'inlid
I, nrel' trtn. Adilirm HoWaki
'- 'ClATiojr 1 1 w S. Ninth a . 1'hila
!drlihia. I'a. Au litltuli n tutv
in( it hu'h rcputati'in l. r hot ot
able coud:ict aud jTult.-ilouul
For atti(lc I'liotora)ii at n niiolfttitc
:0kt Call at Gustave Vt t7oll Oitlii iy.
llorvi-, liu'jry, lmnn, ni.d a coinpli-tr
outllt for llif Fimip. '1'liH lior-c, tlvt
ytartt oltl, biipy atitl Imrnc s nrtirly
new, till (orotic litinilrrd mid flfty tlull X.
Apply (o N. W. lLii kor, 70 Ohio lovre.
II nil nit j -n I'lll nutl Oinliiioiil .
Scrolulawaconidt'rd inciir.itd.t U'ltil
be icreitl dlavovery ol ' HoIIiuvhj'b 1
aud O uifr.t" Cubed tliiou thR world.
DiatasPii which baffled the skill ot Hip
medical frhoulf. r.-adily yield to thctc pier
lens rcmedief. Scurvy, crjaipi'liiH. fait
thcum, Itch, utxl nil rut,nt'"tn i-ruplioni
arc curable by thorn. Twenty-live cent
prr box or pot.
The New Tuwu Hull nt A J t.
ThUfli'gtttit strutatiri'lsnowcoiiiplt tf.
In bcntity ol afirn it furpus.-cs tinj thiiijt
ol its kind in the Httitc. CoiftrticUd ol
brick mid (lark marb'R it as mtiii:i
ncn m it Is clmriiiiiiif. Tim English
nrclilli'ctn linve iidorncd it In Mibdtird
colors, which plcuxe without tiring H
eye. Dr. J. C. Ajar built and imvo It to
the town !n nckiiowlt iljiim nt of the Ui.--Unction
they conferred upon him in tul
iug Ills nuiue. Although it U a pvnei.
ouu jrllt, still the hearty pood wi.-lies ol
a wliolu people, are of greater value, and
the generous donor liaailuiiutlcai secured
them. Uroion (Mat.) Journnl. liu
Tobueeo ami rirra.
Ierchttiit8,groccrt), and gnloon-kprpcrs
should not loret that Mos.rn. CorlU &
lUnkln, proprietors ol the 1'rairie StuUt
Tobacco Factory ut .Metropolis, have
opened an est loil.siiitioiit ut the comer
of SlU t street and Ulilo levee in this
city where they wil. don wiiolettalo and
retail business in the tobacco and d'ir
line, They have on hand (lit; largest
and most complete stock ot
obacco utul cigars ever opened
In Cairo, ami aro prepared to
mipply the waiita of the trade at (he
lowtBt living prlcca. Dealers aro In
yjted to call and examine their stock.
Dyer and cleaner of ladle' and gentle,
mens' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentlemen' lints dyed and
cleaned aud blocked la tho latest stylo.
Chemical soap on band, warranted to
remove Impurities from all labrlc with
out injury to the material. lo
The. knighti oftba above ordet rn-et
At their hull tha fir, l am thlt-il A-nndnr
u tuM month. Comravrclul avenue, Jl Uuor
OUlll ot Ulh aireet, aid p til.
Jouh D. Holmes, CI. O. M.
A3CALON LODGK, NO. 81,
I tlnhrhl of Pyrhlas, mecUevery Tri
i day night at huf-piwt vn, in Odd-
AI.KXAKDEK LOIJtiK, NO, tU.
IwleiwnMent (iruar ol tKiii-ri-i-
: Iowa. m'ta rvftrr ibiuadar nilflit
4dHf at tiHli-iaut Mtvun. lu til Lr ball on
It niinniMal vmiw'. Mn nixlh anit Serenth
r'HB IVllL K. lUftKI.N, N, o.
"1 IRO EVCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F., mwti
tJiiiUdd-Fi'llova' llall on the lint and third
in j laj in cTery ruontli, at haif-paat aoven
A. LoiUHUH. C r
C'AIIKilAllKiK, NO. !J, A. t. 4A.M.
.jfo- Hold rtitular coruuiunicatlona in M
"""i e"rnt I liiuniereial avenn
t' aicl F.iiilith atrn-t, on the arcond and
' ,nrth Moiuluv nf uwh month,
katim or rv:niHiMu.
rJ-All bills for atvi:rtiiiiiE, are du and pay
able m ADVANCI
Trenaient avlvrnieing will lie Inserted at tbu
rate of 1 "0 l" r aiptare for the Urat lna?rlion
aid V1 centa for each aiitHtjucnt one A iibtrai
ilii-cmnt will be umdu on atandii'K '!'' 'I'"!1'
For InnertiDK Funerul not!rt! ?1 .Voile ol
Aieetinf of otl tii or ae'.r' t or li r 'J (.iita for
Clitin'h, Hoclfty, K'tivl und bupper noli'-ea
will only be iuarU d aa ailvenlat-menta
Vo advcrtlaeiuent will ue rea-iTe-t allwa than
b'uenu, and no aavertlwjiwnt will lie ltnerted
for leaatiiun three dollars per month
l ocal, iti ni.M.nh Milt t:i
Of one square (S linea space) or more, in
serted In the UitLLCTi.s as follow : (Less
iIihii one sijutrc counted as a ijuurc.)
One insrrtliin H'r square $ 'M
Two insertions per square-.. 75
Tlireeiiin-rtiiins per aquure 1 DO
.Six ii.M'rtlons pi r square 1 "")
Two weeks per sqtiurt: - 2 50
One inoritli per square- 3 i
Special rales made on large, adverlihe
nients or lor longer time,
I uenl Weather Hrporx.
i:mho. Im... Miy 2t, Ml.
Tint. Hah Tna. I Wmn.
VaL. ' Main
Tain O'.l'' '7
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S'Twiut. Hijjnui WMlc. V. S-A.
FltlDAY. MAY IS77.
I'ic(ir ntitl llrurlii la.
I.. ('. Fori has removed Ids Variety
lliacket etore to Washington avenue
near Tenth strw-t. Iht ha-1 cK.'iicd a
large tnck of bracket-, shelves, frames,
iliiiitno-'. picture cord mid tassels, cur
tain t.vn-N ( nicy nails, hat racks, etc.
I'ietnre Intning madi- a speciality
( lirrniiiis iiioiini' il in tie clieape-t and
lust -'y!c. I'll
'I'd all who are sull. ring from the
errors and ii;di-i.retion of youth, ncr-vim-
weitkiiesx, early deeuy, loss o! tnan
Ik ikI, etc., I iv ill S!-nda n ripe that will
lire you, tree i.f tharae. This great
ni" -fly wus ili-i.'overed by u inissionary
ii .Soil'li Ainorici. Solid ii self-ad-i
s'scd envi lop" to the lioV. Jo-e(ill T.
luuriti, S'li.iou I). Uii'lo llouso, Xuw
r:i Ci:v. l-:w-'im
( rcisvini; lue Ieiiert
Is gcncriiily ill, evT.tliil episoiie in life;
whether It be a pilgr III t't worehip tin'
prophet's lirine at Mecca, or as a p ut ol
.. m..1 'I'll . it.i.nri.r it' !
n li l on i'i no i 1 iiaiii-i ,u m, i.ji- i ...
the di-triictlve simoon, ntta"ks id pr da
lory robl i is aid the ir iy (d djit g
Inuu tbtr-t are dissipated tlt reaching
one of llio.e irardolis ot the deWt. ell
oiisis. I'ariaking nl that which rectiper
ates, tin y meet lln ir future ilillli ulilfs
with recruited sirengll. and renewed en
etgie. S i Willi in idcru life, dangers
fliilii disease Ihleateti nil humanity, but
it we make use of a remedy which allevi
ates accule attacks of sickness, thus pre.
venting their bediming chronic, we shall
read.'- that iiecesaiy and n frehtncnt in
traveling; lile's desert which has been dis
covered in the Home .Stomach Hirrt tts.
Itte Ocbrla of the Jxtoni
Must elilier pas through its natutal
ebatinels of exit, lite bowels, the kidneys
and the pores, or, in detank thereof,
poison ami disorder the Holds of the sys
tem. In order to t Ifect the complete ex
pulsion of this dangerous refuse, the
organs through which it passes oil must
beactive and unobstnictt tl. Fortunately
there is a certain means of retnlr ring
them so when tin y are not. Ilostetter's
Sioitinch Hitters stimulate 'he action ot
the excretory organs, and by diffusing u
genial warmth throng i t lie firctilation,
encourage moderate perspiration. By
this triple UVert Hie exodus of tho toocal
and other Waste mutters ure encouraged,
and the system Ireed from peril it would
otherwi.-e incur. Tito action ol the
bowels which follows the use o this
heiictieetit alterative l easy and untie
contpiinli d by griping, and its Mlniula
live effect upon the urinary organs very
eouduelve to their local heallh.
lluve Ton ii roiled ?
That tlry, hacking cough is the herald
ot approaching consumption. To check
the swilt progress of the destroyer,
prompt and decisive measures must be
resorted to. A dose ot Dr. Morris' Syr
up of Tar, Wild Cherry and Horelioicid,
taken when the coughing spells come on,
will allord immediate relief, mid event
ually cftcct a thorough cure. It will be
loiind equally heuellcial la ull forms of
throat und lung disorders. In cases of
croup it Is of inestimable value. Call at
the drug store of
and inquire about it. They will furnish
you wtih a trial size bottlo for 10 cents.
Large sizes CO cents und One Dollar.
Also, agents for Tiot. Talker's Flea's
ant Worm Syrup, which never tails.
Pleasant to take, and requires no physic,
race 2Q cents.
0. A. Harker, Esq., and Kite, ot
vlenlia, are In the city.
Jas. A. Vlall ot Harrisburg was at
the bt, Charles hotel yesterday.
Jacob S. liartman, a prominent citi
zen of Jackson county, was at the St.
Judge W. J. Allen is tha city, lie
is of council for the railroad iu the bond
John Carter and Geo. Mertz, Esq.,
were iu tho city yesterday on busi
ness. The city council will meet one week
from Tuesday evening, when the rail
road matter will probably be discussed.
W, 11. Stnithers, ag 'iit of tho for
eign holders ot bonds in the Cairo and
St. Louis railroad, is in tho city.
Mr. lumbers' home is in London.
Situation wanted by a hoy sixteen
years ol age, who Is active and willing
to work. Apply at this office lor fur
llu r information. 3t.
Dan Jones, colored , on a charge
of drui, k and disorderly, Wis belore
Judge Bird yesterday, mid was sent to
the caluboosu lor seven days.
Mrs. Al. Susanka will leave Cairo
on Sunday next for New York, fr un
which point ahe will on Thursday next
snil lor Ireland, where she goes on a
I VIM to relative mm irieuus. nne win
be absent about three months.
Mrs. Gaffuey has removed to her
house tin Divi-ioii street, in the
court house npiire. where she is
prepared to accommodate a limited num
ber ol boarders. Mrs. Gaffuey keeps a
Kood house, und boarders will tint) lir.-t-chiM
The picnic excursion by the pupils of
the Loretto Academy and St. i'alriei'
Catholic cchool yesterday, was ulti-uili.il
by almost ull of the pupils of the schools
mentioned, uo well a by many ol their
parents and friends. The picnic was
held ti the beautiful grove near Grand
Walker, the man held to bail on the
charge of abduction by Squire Meriz of
Mound City, on Wednesday, had not up
to a late hour lust niiiiitbeen ab'e to till a
bond, and he was locked up. It is prob
able lie will give boud lo-day or to mor
row, or us soon as bis tricuds iu Su
Louis can be heard from.
Mr. Pcttr Culil and family left the
city by the afternoon train on the Illinois
Central yesterday for New York, and
alter spending one week in that city,
they will sail tor Europe by the Ham
burg und Breman line, 'f . ey will be
absent six months or a year, and during
their stay in Kurope will visit many
places of note.
Mr. FA. Braxton, that chief of ton
sonal artists, has taken charge of (he
shop on Kighlh street, owned by the late
D.nilel l.ampcrt. Kd. Briixtou is one of
the best barbers in the state, as well as a
gentleman iu his intercourse with Ids
patron'. He was one ol the sullcrers in
the late lire at the comer of Kighlh street
and Commercial avei.ue, and lo-t heavi
ly, lie is now trying to bu id up again,
and we bespeak tor him a lair share ol
patruiijge. lie deserves it. if
Refrigerators, the very best, at A,
llalley's, 1 lo Commercial aVi'tiue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' im
plements, plows, com planters and shelt
ers, sulkey rakes, and a general stock ot
stoves, tin and hardware, (lower stands,
both wiri) and woo I. flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging ba-kets ot all
kinds; the largest variety ol bird cages
iu '.he city and will be sold very low at
A. llalley s, 11a Commercial avenue.
In the circuit court yesterday on ap
plication ot Col. AliVn, the attorney lor
Jackson county, what is kuown as the
Jackson county bond case" was contin
ued until the September term of tie
court. Ihe iileadiu s lu the tnloti
county and city o: Jonesboru cases have
been settled, an I the trial ol'lliese e."cs
w II, by agreement ol the attorneys on
both sides, commence on next Monday.
fudge Mulkey and Jackson Prick iippear
for Union county, an I Messrs. W. J.
Allen and J. C. Ju Id, tor the railroad
rrivals nt the St. Charles hotel yes
terday : P. K. Diggy, Louisville; X.
Northrop. Ciuciinuti ; Kobt. U.tgnelt,
St. Lotii-; Ja. Went., St. Louis, Win.
S. H.iriK Jonesboru; W. II. Hazard. Chi
cago; W. Millwell, Philadelphia; Tho.
G.Allen, St. Louis; J. II. MeLlhany,
Jonebhoro; C. M. Fay. Pittsburg; M. M.
Birtholeinew, liellville, Ills.; Jno. II.
Geat, Cincinnati; J. S. liartman, Ma
kaiidu. Ills.; R. a. Putu, R. Lewis,
Springtleld ; J. A. Minn, Chicago ; David
iving. S. Williams, S. Grear, Jonesboru ;
C, Daner, Globe-Democrat. St. Louis; 0.
A. llarker and wile, Vienna ; W. J. Al
len, Carbamide ; Jas. A. Viall, Harris,
burg; W. II. Stiillliers, London; S. K.
The festival given last evening in the
Thonon building by the ladies of the
Episcopal church was attended by an
unusually lMrge number of persons. The
i e i ream, lemonade, etc., was excellent
and the receipts from lis sale, not with
nulling tho fact that the weather was
aiiytqlng but favorable to induce people
1 1 eat or drink of the "cold stull" were
fallstactory. The contest tor the quilt
was lively, mid tho friends of the several
young ladies voteu lor were nc.
tive, and tho number of votes polled
was very 1 irg ". The result of the vote
hud not been announced up to the time
of our going to press.
Mrs, Broinettn, spirit u.ilist, spiril
cxposcr, or something of tho sort, will
appear at tho atheneum on next Satur.
day evening. Mrs. Brotnetfa declares
her ability to outdo Prof. Cooke, and
pronounces that gentleman n very clever
trickster, but capable of being out
done. She says slio will
prod uco "tests" that Prof. Cooke "can
not duplicate or compete witb." Mrs.
'trotnetttttl.fro4Ufrer.fcl all ?(,
and if she Js capable - of doing ail sbe
promises ohe will, then sbe will do some
wfirii5crmitn1rii,' and her, "manifests
tiooi," "exposition," or whevei" thfj
mny be termed, will bo worth swing.
The trial of J. C. Peterson, tor the
murder of a man narar-d Adams at New
Burnsldes. Johnson county, In 1875, camo
ofl at Harrisburg, Saline) county, last
week. ' Tbo attorneys In the case were
Judges Allen and Dud and State's At
torney Gregg lor the people, and 0. A.
llarker of Vienna, and F. M. young
blood ot Benton, tor the defense. The
case occupied several days in its heurinsr.
The evidence against Peterson was very
strong, but notwithstanding ull this and
the acknowledged the ability of the at
torneys for the people, Messrs. Uurkcr
and Youngblood succeeded In getting
him oil' with one year in the penitentiary.
The Sua is surprised to hear that
John Cowdeti Is oppoaed to the Lad's
Jetties. Well, John Cowden has always
been opposed to the great work Capt.
Rids bus undertaken, ami through Ids
influence and persistent opposition lias
succeeded iu giving Capt. Eads consider
able trouble. Cowdeti lias eapouied the
liaraturia canal cause, und font number
ol years lias been trying to induce the
government to take hold of lire mutter
and make mi outlet to the sea through
ibis proposed cinil. Notwithstanding
Cowden's opposition Capt. Eids has
pitahed steadily ahead, and wo hope and
believe he will be successful in the great
work he bus undertaken.
- A peti'ion will be presented to the
:ity council ut its next regular meeting
requesting that Walnut btreet between
Fourteenth and Fitteeittb streets, and
that portion of Fifteenth street subject
to intiiid dlon In seasons ot high sipe
water, be tilled. I bis Is a matter deserv
ing the attention ui tile members ot ttie
council, and it is to be hoped the iictitlon
will receive favorable action at their hands,
It is a fact well-known to every resident
living in the vicinity where the tilling Is
required, that lor months at a time it is
inposalble to get either to or from their
houses w ith wagon or buggy; and they
have frequently been put to great incon
venience lor the want of wood und coal.
The lining required can be done at a
comparatively light expense, and the
council should order the work done
Now that a new era ot prosperity
and peace appears to dawn upon this
nation, it is gratifying to observe the
watchful can ot the venerable patriarch
of our American literature, William Cul
len Bryant, in introducing to the nation
bis last new edition, "Library of Auth
ors," a work that recommends Itself to
every family in the land, and one that no
lady or gentleman should be without.
Its beauty ot appearance and wealth of
illustrations adds very attractive features
to the varied and complete selections of
choicest poems from British aud Ameri
ca, togetlu r with numerous translations
from Parisian, Latin, Greek, French,
German and .Spanish authors ot note,
covering the entire period of ancient and
modern liturature. It Is a complete
library of all the authors in itself, ex
tending the power of uselul information,
by which the people of i-very nation be
come Dnligrteiied, exulted and refined.
Its classifications render it very useful as
a work ot reference or quotations. It is
being canvassed at present in our city,
and we strongly advise every one to ex
ainine its merits. 3t
1'he fob iceo 8'ile yesterday at the
Farmers' warehouse was one of the
largest ol the season. Then was an uu
usually large burad of buyers present.
und aside Irotii the home tiujers, there
was quite u number from distant cities
ot this country, und one or two re pre
setitativenof leading European houses.
Sixty-three hogsheads were offered and
all taker al prices g. nerally suiMucfur) .
1 lie prices obtained were luily up with
other sales, and better than lu many of
the markets within range of the
tobacco growing region ot lid-
mis ami Kentucky, It is begin
ning to be understood ny producers that
the Cairo market is the place to dispose
ol their tobacco. Her lacililles tor hand-
ling are eqnl to any mirket in the
s mill-west, and her shipping facilities
superior to Paducah. and equal to St,
Louis, EvaiKiVtlle or Louisville. Willi
two competing lha-s of rail-
road to tuo east, tobweo
can be shipped to New York on more
reasonable terms than can be obtained at
Paducah. ami ut equally a low rates as
Iroiu Evansville or Louisville. This tact
is beginning tabu understood by tobac
co growers, and It Is one ol the strong
reasons why they prefer to have their
products 6old here,
Two first-class dining room girls
wanted nUho Arlington house. Apply
to J. D. Dean, Prop.
A Douse on Division Mrcet, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to W. 1. smith.
A grocery store, stock and fixtures', lo
cated at Bird's Point, .Missouri, will be
sold for $123. For particulars inqulr
at F. Kurstiicyi's, Cuiro, Ills. 0 8 2w
A positive cure. Painless and stain
less. Price SI. Order from Dr. (Jutnry
A. Scott, ii7i Penn ave., Pittsburg, Pa.,
or through any druggist. A liberal dis
count to dealers. Circular free.
Tho trains to convey thoso desiring
to attend tite Cairo Turngomeinde pl
nic on Sunday next, will lenvo tho Cairo
and Vlnceniies railroad passenger depot
at 8;30 a.m., and land 3 o'clock p. m.,
stopping at Sixth, Eighth, Fourteenth
and Twentieth streets. The brass band
will play a tttuu at each stopping place
to give notice to those desiring to af
tend to bo on band. It,
T t.tf- a-Mrattfai rem.
miles of Cairo b fne spot selected by the
Cairo Turners for ttielr picnlo to -take
pface uckt Sunday. - t
The Tnrntr Picnic
Tho Cairo Turners will give a picnic
in the grove at the Junction ot Cache and
the Ohio river, on Sunday next, A
special train will run between Cairo and
the picnlo grounds, making three trlpi
during the day. n
Those who desire to spend a day in
the cool shade ot the lieuutttul grove
near the Cairo aud Vlneenncs railroad
bridge over Cache river, should at
tend the Turner picnic next Sunday.
Ou Huudred Trimmed Ilnla.
Mrs. S. Williamson has just received
ono hundred trimmed hais, all of the
latest styles. Call and examine. No
trouble to show goods.
Wanted Two or three g rls to learn
Ihe millinery trade. Those who have
hud some experlencs preferred. lw.
Flrtti-CliiMK I tjuiidry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
ih.e laundresK. No. 12 Fourth street, be
;ween Washington uud Commercial ave
lues, has one of the best conducted latin-
lry establlahments in the city, and laud
.ords of hotels, and boarding houses will
Ind it to their advantage to cull upon
Tuesday Morning. 10 o'clock, May
100.000 Without Reserve.
tl WixTEKifc Stewart, Auctioneer.
Huse, Loom is & Co., dealers lu north
ern lake ice, have removed their office
from the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering ice In all purts of the city.
Those desiring the cold stull will leave
their orders at the new office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
James Kavanavjoii, Manager.
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877. o-17-lm
PUOF. COOKE CHALLENGED
BY A LADY.
"Gkts Fkiuutkned and Burs away
from His Combatant."
The lady, Mrs. Brometta, who so
bravely challenged Prof. Cooke, the
great spiritual exposer, is now in our
city, and will give one or more cuter-
tainmcntsat the AthPiicuin. Mrs. Bro
metta proves Prof. Cooke a very clever
trickster, a good sychologlst and magne-
tizer, but capable of b2ing outdone, aud
declares herself competent to produce
tests that he cannot duplicate or com
pete w ith, such as spirits from cold wa
ter, maKing wine, whisky and brandy
without any ot Prof. Cooke's cheni'eals
Wc bespeak tor her a crowded house
Saturday night, May 2'Jth. It
Caico, Illinois, Tui hsdat Kvxhno, )
Muy il, IST7. f
The market hero tor grain and hay has
undergone no material change sinej the
date of our lust issue. Flour, however,
is lower, a decline ol fifty cents on all
grades having taken place. There is no
change worthy of note in oilier articles
quoted. Tile weather tor the last two
days has been cool and pleasant. The
rains seem to have abated ami farmers
will now have an opportunity to do
their planting. The regular weekly sale
id tobacco at the Fanner's warehouse
took place to-day, und was one of the
best ol the season, .he prices realized
were a shade higher Ibail at Ihe prevl
ous sale, aud were most satisfactory to
both seller and purchaser. Tie- price
obtained in this market are fully tip
with the leading markets of the country
Bates by river to Sew Orleans are un.
changed -30 cents per dry bbl. and 15
cents per cw t.
JjiOiir friends) should bear in mind
that ihe prices here given are only for
sales Iroui lirst hands in round lots. In
lilling orders and tor broken lots is
necessary to charge an advance over
The flour market is weakening, and
prices are fully fifty cents lower on all
grades than at the date of our last Pmci:
Current. Buyers are asking and deal
ers ire wiling to make concessions in
order to e fleet sales. The lower markets
aro all full, ami prices are
weak und lower. The slocks on the
m arkets here are lighl, though in the
present condition of business ample.
The demand is very light, and contlued
exclusively to choice and medium grades.
We note sale as tollows: 100 bids va
rious grades, $710; 100 bbls. various
grades, $d 2.V5)lO 23 ; 30 bbls Choi :e
Family. $9 oOfullO; 200 bbK various
grades, $0 2r,(Jr,10 23.
Receipts ot hay are light and tho stock
of choice timothy and good mixed on
tho market is small. Low grades are
plenty und dull. There is a fair demand
lor choice timothy to good mixed. Tran
sactions have been light and but tew
sales effected. We note sales ot 3 cars
choice :itnothy at $13.
Tho oats market is unsteady and dull.
Prices are a little lower, and tho quota
tions below aro outside tlgures. Receipts
are light, though equal to tho demand.
Sales noted were 1 car common mixed
In bulk, tic; 1 car Illinois mixed, In hulk,
42c; 2 cars Galena, lit sacks, 4Sc; 1 car
white, In sicks,
There is a liberal demand for com, and
reclcpts aro Inadequate Tor the wants ot
the markoU Prices aro steady at quo
tatlons below. We note sales of 1,300
sacks wblto, 60c; lcr white, In bulk,
53c; 10 can .white, in sacks, Met 3 cars
mixed In billk, C3c; I caf wMUT W'sacki;
80c; 1 car white, In sacks, 60; 1 car
mixed, m sacks, wc; -MEAL.
There Is a fair demand for city meal,
while country is dull sale. Prices are
steady and firm at quotations. The sup
ply of city Is about equal to the demand.
Sales noted were 30 bbls. country, $2 75;
60 bbls. country, $2 73; 600 bbls. city,
$2 93$3 ; 200 bbls. do., $2 90t3.
There Is only a light supplv of bran on
the market, and prices are firm ut $21-
22. Tho demand is lair. Several salts
ol small lots were made at $22.
Sales at tho Farmers' warehouse,
Messrs. Illnklei Thlsilewood, proprie
tors, comprised 03 hogsheads. The at
tendance ol buyers was unusually lurge
and the bidding more lively and spirited
than at any previous sale. The prices
obtained were lull compared with pre
vious sales and generally satisfactory.
The following were the sales: Sixty
three liog.ieds leaf and lug-, ns tollows,
$1100.8 33. 6 2.1. 9 53. 0 50. 7 50. 7 CO.
0 50. 7 60. 0 00. 0 U0 8 50. 000 8 H5 0 00.
7 CO. 0 50. 5 00. 9 20. C at), 7 05. 7 25 0 20.
0 20, 0 00. 8 10. 0 50, 0 00 . 0 a0. 7 00. 0 00.
7 00. 4 U0. 5 73, 2 70. 3 7d. 6 83. 4 2:. b 85.
7 00 0 00. 3 30. 4 00. 0 25 3 50, 3 60. 6 55.
0 00, 3 60. 3 50. 3 00. 4 33 3 50. 0 00. 3 00,
4 10, 3 25, 3 55, 5 10. 3 15. 4 3J, 3 00, 5 25,
Potatoes are in fair supply and moder
ate demand. Prices ure steady ut former
quotations. Sales noted were 20 bbls,
peachblov s, $3 73; 10 b'lls. do., $3 60;
A lew bbls. of new potatoes sold ut
There ure no apples on t lie market aud
the demand lor them is good. Choice
will sell lor $5 per bsrrel.
Supply fair, and demand light. Prices
arc about 23 cents lower for all kinds.
Sales noted were 1 coop good hens, $3 25;
Scoops mixed chickens, $2 753; 1 coop
spring chickens, $1 50.
Arrivals ol strawberries are light, and
iheie are Very lew on the market. Choice
ripe are in good demand at prices rang-,
ing from $3 to 1 25. Sales were 30
cases, sold ut above prices.
The market is overstocked with all
kinds, and choice is now offering at 10 to
ISc. Common cannot be sold at any
price, and is spoiling on tho hands of
dealers. We note sales as follows : 3 pack
ages, liaise ; 500 ibbs. Southern Illinois.
10(5il4c; 4 packages Southern Illinois,
Eggs are plenty, and in largo pack
ages, are selling nt 8 to Hie. In small
quantities they are worth to 9c. Small
packages sell more readily. The d iniind
is limited. Sales were GOO dozen, 8&8e:
COO dozen. rjj&O;; ; 2 boxes. 8Jc.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides are higher, and wo now quote
dry llintat 15lCc; green salt, 7$Sc;
and green 7c. Tallow is worth 7(3"j.
The market is well supplied and (t
demand light. Prices are $4 5001 75
tor choice yellow, and $1 to $125 tor
There Is an abundance ol all-kinds ot
dried fruit on the m irk t. with but little
demand for any Apples ire worth 3 to
4c; and peaches, 7J to 8c,
Wo quote Paradise and Jit. Cnrbcn ui.
track, lump, $3; nut, $2, delivered cat.
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75 n
load red per single ton. lump, $l;u
delive; llauni or llarrishtitg coal y
$3 25 per load, lump. $27; nut, $10;dti,
track per ton. $3 50; Pittsburg per s
on track $3 50 per te
Wah ItaeARTMattT Kivwm iikput, l
May 177. I
STAriOK. LOW WATKH.
rr in tT. in
Cair o ;3 I 2
I'ltistmrK 4 5 XI c
Cincinnati I S A
Louiaville 6 01
Naahville I 8-6
St Lonia 8 S
Kviiiaville II r X2 O
Memphis 1SI I u S
Sw lirleiins S 1 1 X t
Uel'JW U.iiU W..I-I ill,
Sergt-A biKiinl Senilre, R. A.
The mst mlaeralile belnga fn the world
are those aufferieg from dyspepsia and
More tus'i aevot'ty-tlve per rent of th
peo e in the I' lilted Slate ar- afflletril
with these two dlsBHsea and their tfbi t
aueh is g. ur stomuah, sick heudaclie. liutdt
Ual w stiveneta, pdpit 'Ion o' the hear
benrt-burn, water l.r-itb, gnawing and
burning tiains at the pit of the stomach,
yellow skin, roared tnngue and disagree
able t te in the month, coming up "t food
alter eating, low spirits, etc. do to Paul
U S liiih. ilnigL'ist, a 75 cent bottle H
Al'tll'ST FloWKR, era samile bo. tie for
Id cents Try it two doses will relieve
U til? Cowelil Collsp
St. Louis, Mo.
JAS. EI0B, . M., Principals
J, H. HUBW00D, J
FULL LIFE SCHOLAtiSHIP. $81 CO
MOS f ConipUle. Thorouith and I rac.tio
course f -tudy lu tha United Statea a
eourae indianenaible to every young mini em
barking on ill an of life.
ror,:niastrated Oirtalar, ,
TH08. A. RICE. A. M.,L. L. B..
XoMtMtye asmass Im.
"Ctrtow baiankasad rfrht ai koksn 4t
Is the moat successful preparatioa ever ti
tTOduccd to our people. It work Uke a
obann la all easts oensnaptioa powsao
nla, bemorrlugss, aaUuaa. severs) eeoflu,
croup, and other throat aad lung dlsttacr
No person bas avess. sasjl tnia saestt Im
without getting immediate re 1st, yet there
are a gotd many poor, suffering, sktptlca
persons going about our sueete Drift a sus
plcious cough, aiiri tba voice of eoaiump-.
tlon coming from their long , that will aot
try it. If you die, it isyourewir It nit, as
you can go to raui u. ncaua, ororgin, ana
inrcv uoaea win rauavc any tate. negoiiar
tr. omj to ceuia. . avw.
NOTICE OF FINAL fEHLEMINT.
EatatubfThirnaifi. Jullivan. defeased.
la whom It mav concern l'lea t ke bo
tic tb. 1 1 have Died my Bnal account as
Aumiuutrator oi m e at, ana bii ap
ply io fie count; court of Alezand r
county, itdng aia com lot probate, ai ibe
iiuiieirrm intr ot. i -wo : on ine una
M iid y nl Ju. e, A. D. w.l, for hill nd
d 'ul dla. barge no n all mr bar liability a
admiul-tiator nl said e atv.
Cairo, III., May 22d, 1871. (Ul.
Till- PAI'YROGKAI'A WILL HKnl TJCK
r'rom one tu a thousand fac alinlltea ol auy
design, wriiinu, d awing inapt, notice, pre
11 -1 examination pap r lc- using on wtii
and an ordinary copyinynme Tite proee-s 1
aonuie, eaay. and lipid snid lor dererlp l
circular, and ailoma '111k. r i V V.KAI H
t ()., Norwirh, iibh. nr JO N atUN UtTll,
eu N. sinib -st. M l.ouia. Mo.
TAX SALE NOTICE.
To ""uianu 1 ii Imes, Richard Pratt, snd
all older coucerned :
You re b rehy no idedtbat at a sal of
lauda and lo s f r the delinquent stile,
c ui.iy. ill 1 ri.-t school jnd outer laae of
the -rle74ttii co 1-. bed al the court
home door in the tlty ot Cair , county of
Alest der and suit ol II Inula, on lb- 2d
d'.v of gept iub r, 187 , I bonus Martla
purclia-eii ibe land folio Inn. V -wil: me
$. K M, L. ot section l.town-bln Id,
aoutb tunge 2 West ; a io. N ., N. W. ol
seeiiou a. to ns. ilp o, aouilt range a ear,
UKed Pd a Id Iti'l e mute ot Naibanel
H iluies. Haldceriltl te isaaeiiibed to Ihe
un e.H gned. II situated in said county
and aa-e. and that Ibe tlmn (riven by law
for the ad mpdon ot said land wld expire
on the 2d day of September, b"7.
JAMES 11 MULCAHEY,
Assignee o1 I'bomas itailin, Purchaser.
.May 2 J, 1877. w.t.
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Esute ot Frederick E. Watermelar, de
The undersigned, bavins' bean annotated
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