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'..tIRO BUSINESS 'HOUSES
lint e. An? unslnass firm ran luire three linos
tue-o, In thl column uulur iiinuiiriitti bending
lUioralfl nt tl.6 Xt inoniliof el. pt-ryenr
.juuifl(iuiirtriiy in iiuvauiw.
Uariltmre, Ktovcrn mill Tin Wnre.
A. iUU.EY-Tfoli-rlnfituvw.Tiniind Hord
t. nif , Haiden and Karim-m' Implement.!, Wire
joiki, lunriuvniiari-, rumpa ana UelUi-M.
il.it ouimcrciid Avenue. Oimeilntr, mil Job
xuti mine OB anon notice.
i-tr. nwving, ccilintr, siding and aiiri.oi-d
luriilicr, luth and shlnlo Office nnd yard
n'-uuriu irwi iiii'i waamnifion avenue
LANCASTER A KICK-Di-Hlim In uh,
Jhoiii, Ull.i'lH, ilc. Imrd anil Bull liinilr ami
iiidkim. i am aal ollic , Coiiimiriul avenue,
inner mil mrei-i, .
I). IIAftTMAN-fii'nlfrinOiiwni.warp, Toys.
i u,i. ami mi aiiiuhoi rancy anion. Cninnier
ai iivemu-, cunitj tali rtuot.
WII.I.IM WINTKIt inth mr.it litwfs-n
.oiuiiiereiaUVi-uue uud W mlntiKiuii avenue.
t lolbinic unit n-r IihiiI lullurlnv
JOHN ANTIUM -Merchant Tall" and dealer
in n.nv -laile CloUim. 78 ulna Ivr.
Itrnl t.NlRit) A(fiii'lrt.
M. .1. MOWI.KY-llinl Kttc Airent. Iluys
ml ii-ll nl ti, colln-li reiitx, pay a tail
lurnuii-icaiileuia eui. Commercial wvnnt, l-
inrtu .-sunn umi llllIlU-U4.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Rond Running Two
Daily Treirfi f n m Cairo,
Trains Ltava Cairo
2:20 p.m. l'at hxpre-s-, urrivinc; in f-t.
Louis H.rnJ (i in.; IiIchko. 7;.'io. a.m.
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUI3
VaL LE 'AST LLNE
irrivimr' n Incl'in-itl Hi'lo, h hi.: Louis
Mile, .', am; iii li inap.nN. 4 . 1 ." a.m.;
I'jf-cUijc r-i luii t iiin am wut abie
OF ANY OTHER BOUIE.
U"-) p. in. Ma I wltli sleeper attach
ed, for SI. I.fiflS mil CIIIC-,
iirriwu; tn St. Loul- kt i:3 a. in In
cao at t..'i') p Hi. Curilleclin. a' Odin
or Kfi'uighaui I'T (.'inc.iiiti.iti, Loul-viHc
FAST TIME EAST
l'acni'i m hy thii line po lli'iiiiL-h to
llii! Eft without uiiy delay i uiised by
Sunday inf rvi-uiur.
il.e S Al l.UDA'i AKTKIiNyON 1II AIN
r'KoM I A II'. 1 1 A It'U V K- IN N K V'
1'.K .MONDAY .Mo KM. NO
A I' lo- .'.
3G HOURS IN ADVANCE
UK ANY oTIIi;U HuL'TL".
Advertisements of eempMini' linos Knit
the) ni hi- better t ine thai, th's on. arc
are is-un! i-lllirr tbrutu'li ii Drain.'.- i r :i
ill !ll' lU Ill'l-U H'l till' (Ml III I." .
hnr ihroiii'lt tli 1 -1 ainl Inloniriiiiiii,
..ly ut l.lmo Ci titril It. it. l'lt, Cairo.
li" MSI Ml:lli a r CnlLO
-pii.-' '.; ' p I.'- I
I -ni ...l.l'tt.m
J AS JOHNSON,
(ii;!i'l ulHljiTII At.
.1. II .KINKS Tick, t Atft.
Ii...jm i i ; i i'i i "ii' ii'-" t
iiliv irtUin ni trium and Ji.u-.
H iBilvli'r V'ir.ti'f I l!c-l"re'l. Im-'g
rj "llmi ma I i tnairi ce rt-inov-i.
i .Niw ncllH"! if tie liii'i.L .iv, .
kj ur.il ri ll ailalile ri Iii"llc. 1! .f-
M ami nrruiur h ui ii.'t- in "'
HC.'Mlii. Ad.U'in iinwaaii
'Ji niti'.M ll'J N. Ninlil a. I'liilii-a
21 ! ili-ii tija. I n- An iitltiiU"ii li:n-
3 S.intfa liifc'li rf)'ji.itnin !'!" honm
Ii. d Life- I'Hi.ih
For artii-tlc I'liiHo'niph- ut n mnili-rutu
:ol call nt GuHuVi; Wi-Ui lt s tialii-ry.
llnrsi', bujfjry, li:irii'-. and n tomiili ti'
outfit fur till' wiiiie. Tlie li(irt', five
yearn olil, l)U).'t'y uml liarncH nearly
new, all lur mm luiiuln il and lll'iy ilnll.ii .
Apply lo N. W. Ilacki r. 70 Ohio Wit.
llollonii) I'llla mill Oliitmi'iil.
Pcrolultt waconii'ler.'d in.'iir.ilil) until
lie ureal disi-oery of '-llullii:iye 1 i!!
dud U "lent" Hashed Uon the world.
Diseases which hallled the ekill ol tlie
m .'dical elioold. n-adily yield to these peer
Icaa remedle. Scurvy, erydpelua, halt
rheum, itch, and nil eut.ne"iis eruptions
ire curalite hy tliem. Twctity-iivo cent'
I er I'ox or pot.
The Xew Town Hull "t Ayer
'I hU eli'cant htructiiri' is now compU ti'.
In beamy ol (it'sijrii it fiirpa-csiiiiyiliiiijf
ol its kind in the state, tjuii-trurted ol
liiieK and dark inarlilo it U as periua
hen us it Is cliarniinjf. The Km.di.-li
ai i lilleets liave iidorni'd it in subdued
colors, wlileh please wiiliout tiring the
eye. Dr. .J. C. Ayer built and gave It to
the town !n ncknowlednient of the dis
llni'lion tlit y conferred upon liiin in tak
iiiK lii.s naine. Al!liouj;li it Is a reiiiT
tms gilt, Mill the hearty food wi.-hes ol
a whole people are of greater value, anil
the jrenttfous donor hasdoiib'l p.s secured
them. i'mfon (iVu.i.) Journal. I in
Toliiti eo riiiI t'literi.
Slercliaiits.jjrociM, and Ruloon-kfcpers
should not loret that Messrs. Corlis &
Uauklii, )ruiirii-Ior.s ol the l'rairlii Slate
'1'obaeeo Factory at Metropolis, liave
opened on einuoiiamni'iit at tliu corner
ofisixt i "treet a ml Ohio leveo in tins
city where tney wil. ilm wliolesulo mid
retail bu.-liu'ss in the tobacco and ciar
Hue. They have on hand the largest
and most complete, stuck ot
obaico and clears ever opined
In Cairo, and are prepared to
Bupply the wuiils of the trade at Ihn
lowest living rlei'.. Dealers aro ln
yiled to call BmJ examino their stock.
Dyer and cleaner of ladles1 and gentle,
mens' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentlemen-' hata dyed and
cleaned and blocked In tho latest style.
Chemical oap on hand, warranted to
reiuofe Impurities from all lahrlcs with
out Injury to tbo material . lui.
Tlie knlitiiti of ILa ibarn ordar nl
at Uwir liail tlio ftnt anil tliinl Montiar
in taui month. Commtrclal ivixue, i'J ilnyr
auutti of it'll iw, ni dp ru.
Joua U. HoLMii.O. G. M
ASC.U.0N TiOnnr, no, si. " '
J'"A Knli?htofPylhliui, m'UrTrrrrri.
'--V J 7 nKt tt hui-puat avin. in una.
rj l miWJ 4lll. 1,1 1 uvni
" CUiitrllor L'oniauuiilci.
AIJCXAKDKR LODOK, tiO. tU.
Indennidrnt rlur of OiU-fd.
ii' nt Imif-mini si-vi'n. In tbelr rail on
ilinwr.'liil (ivi'Diii". Mwppd ninth am) Sti tenth
'ii'ciii WillKi lUwuxa, N. U.
MftO FMCAMPlfENT, I. 0. O. T.. mtrti
iii UiI'l-lMlowa' Hall on the Ant and Uurd
uuj 111 ncry uiuutli, ol half-paat atsvui
A. toMi.ius. C r
(.'.uii.uiHiK. xo. zn.A.r. a a. m.
iil'l rrKtilitr cuiiuiiunluitioiia in Mo-
iliill, cirair Uimnieniial avtnot
Kivhili ntrn-t, no the twiond and
. i r tli Miiiuluv ol uicli month .
r i:s or i r.uiHiMU.
rj"All lillle foradvertianiK, arc due and pay-
ablP 1.1 APV!U'
Tramdint aWcrtinif will U instrtcl attbn
n.t of tl ou per 'Uare forllie flt ln?rlion
and & crnti fur iw.ti utisenuoiil one A lltmrai
diacotiiit will lie mivlu on nUin linir and diapl
Kur limenini? Funenil Both' ! Notircol
ini-ttinit ol BociHiwi or wrret orltra Im cr.oxt lor
Mu h inmr'l'in
Clmn'.h, Society, Fuitivul and fiuiiper notiwa
will only lie inwrud an adverttnenienU
No advirliif inent will lie rfwrn-d atli- than
' u-ntii, and no anwlieemenl will tie inm rtid
lor Ih'.hIIiuji Hirw diillurii It." muiilh
i.or.ti. M NtM.ftH ni(i:4
Of onv MUnnf (H Hiii H i-iiui'i ) tir uinn', in
m ricd in tin? Hft.i.KiiN im lollnw.' ;
lliuu tun- m)U ire cimiili 'l ita aeijuart-.)
Out,' iiiertlm ii r Miinrc U)
1'wi) iiiM-rilotia jut jHjiiiirf T-"i
riiiei'liiM-ilioii- ut Minarf 1 (W
!iix inoTtloiiH pi r niuare 1 i'i
Two wi i'liH per niiuare 2 50
One iiiunlli per i(ii:tri' 1 ;i0
Spi-i iul rati-s uiaili- on larffK aJvorii'i-
tlii-lita or !r Imiprr tunc,
I nial VVriittit-r Ili'iori.
i.'aio. III., Muy II, 111.
Tun. j Wind. I Vn. 1 With
II a Ham.
IP l.'.i ;
I 3 I i I i
.1 AMfcS WA1SOV,
P-rneant. Stirnul tterTlce. V. H A.
SAM.' P.DAY, MAY J'i. 1-77.
I'ii-liire uml Itrm Ucli.
h. (.'. 1- ord has reiniiVe I his Variety
Lraeket store to Washington avenue
near Teiitli slri'i t. Ho ha opened a
lar;e 'toek i lir.M-kets. shelves IrullK'S,
cliriiiiiiis, picttiie curd imd tas.si l'', cur
tain tassel, l iticy nails, hat rack?, ete.
I'ii'ture Ii iininif made a apeciality
Chroiiios ii.oiiiiti.- J hi tlie clieaiii -t and
b"-t rtyle. Im
To 1:11 who are muVrinif from the
iiors an 1 iiidi-'.retium f youth, ner
viiiis v,c;ikiies.s, i-ariy diray, l'.. of tinu
!i( i; !, i Ii,'., I v.iil s, ,,a ri vipe li.'ut will
. 'ire yo:i, ip-e of thari."-. This fc'reat
im dy wa disi'iivi'i'i il hy a missionary
u sjn'i'ti Ameri'M. Send a se!f-ad-iln
i.i.'d envelopi? to the ll'-v. .Io-epli T.
Inniiii, Siaiioii D. Ulble il"U."', Xew
rk City. l-yj Om
I russin dio lleHprt
Is generally an i V"i, tlul episoile in life;
tthc'.ht r it In- is pilgr m to worship the
prophet's shrine at Mecca, or as a part ol
a c:ir;i an id merchants. Tli j dangers of
the destructive simoon, attacks nl pr da
lury rnliht is and llie ai ny ol (Ijing
Imm thiist are ili-sipa'ed on reaching
one i f those yaidens 1 1 the (h se't. an
oa-is. l'aeiakiiig ol thai which recuper
ates, t,. y meet their fuiure (lilllcullles
with ncruin d strength and renewed eii
eigies. S i with modern lile, dangers
from disease threaten all humanliy. but
It we make u-c of a remedy which allevi
ates accu'i' attacks of sickness, thus pre
venting their hi coining chronic, we shall
realize tli it necessary and refreshment in
traveling lile's de-ert which has been dis
covered in the IIomf. Stomach Ritter-j.
'I lie Itcliris of I lie Sijatem
Mu.st either pass through its natural
channels of exit, the bowels, the kidneys
and the pores, or, in detank thereof,
poison and disorder the fluids of the sys
tem, lu order to ell'ect the complete ex
pulsion of this dangerous refuse, the
organs through which it passes off must
he active and unobstructed. Fortunately
tin re is a certain menus of rendering
them so when lie y are not. Hosteller's
Stomach Hitters stimulate 'he action ol
the excretory organs, and hy diffusing a
genial warmth throng i the circulation,
encourage moderate perpiratlon. Hy
this triple effect the exodus of the loecal
and other waste matters are encouraged,
and the system I recti from peril it would
otherwise incur. The action ol the
bo Wi:U which follows the use o this
heiiclicent alterative is easy and unac
companied hy griping, and its stlinula
live eflect upon the urinary organs very
conducive to their local health.
Have Tun n I'oiik'i ?
That dry, hacking cough Is the herald
ol approaching consumption. To check
the swilt progress of the destroyer,
prompt and decisive measures must he
resorted to. A (lose ol Dr. Morris' Syr
up of Tar, Wild Cherry and llorchound,
taken when the coughing spells come on,
will afford immediate relief, and event
ually eltcct a thorough cure. Ic will be
tumid equally bciietluial In all terms of
throat and lung disorders. In cases ol
croup it is of inestimable value. Call at
the drug store ol
and inquire about it. They will lurtileh
I you with a trial size bottlu for 10 cunts.
LargH sizes CO cents and One Dollar.
Also, agents for Prol. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which never tails.
Plcueant to take, aim requires uo physic
Price 2o ouuU.
IO0AL f OCm PIECES.
A Mn, Oaffnpy h'rt?iu0Vfl to her
houpo oq Division street, In tlie
court hotno Fquaro. where ehe It
prepared to accommodate a limited num
Ur of lioiirdcr". Mrs. Onffney kcrpi a
trooil house, npj boarders will llnd Urst-
olasa accomniodatioiiB. lw. :
Mr. Ed. Braxton, that cblet of ton
aorial nrtitts, hai taken charge of the
shop oq Eighth street, owned hy the late
Daniel Lamptrt. Ed. Braxton is one ol
the ben barhera In the at ate, as well ni a
Kcntltfuan In hi Intercourse with hii
Patron. He was one ol the tufterera In
the late lire at the corner of Eighth gtreet
ami Coimumial avenue, and lost heavi
ly. He U now trying to bndd up again,
and we bi peak lor him a fair share ot
patronage. He d'-nerve It. tl
Uefiigerators, the very best, nt A.
Hallcy's, 1 13 Commercial iivmue. Alao,
itoven and liuware, toilet ware, table mil
pocket cuth ry, garden and larnu rs' Im
plemeiita, pl-iws, com planters and Midi
era, milkey rakes, and a general stock ol
Move, tin and hardware, dower stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent sly li s, hanging ba-kets Cl all
kinds; Hie laigct variety ot bird cages
In '.lie city and will be sold very low at
A, Hallcy's, 113 Commercial avenue.
a 24 3u
Now that a new era of prosperity
and peace appears to dawn upon this
iiaiion, it U trmiiij iii to
watehlul car; ol the venerable patriarch
of our American literature, William Cul
led Bryant, in introducing to the naiiou
hii last new edition, "Library of Aull
ors," a work that recoiuuieii s itselt to
evi ry I unily In the land, and one that no
lady or gentleman bhould be without.
Its beauty ol appearance and wealth ol
iilustr.'uiuii adds very attractive) features
to the Varied and complete selection of
choicest poems I-oin Hritlsh and Ameri
can, together wiih;iiumi roiis translations
Ircnn I'.it i-i ii. Latin, Grctk, French,
Oi-riiian and Spani.-li authors ol note,
covering that entire period ol ancient and
modern liiurature. It is a complete
library of all thu authors in itself, ex
tending the power of uselul inloriiiation,
by which the people of every nation be.
come iiilil'tetied, exalted and rellned.
Its cla-silications render it very uselul as
a work ol retereiice or quotation. It is
being canvassed at present in our city,
and we strongly advise every one to ex
ain'uii: its merit.':. 3t
A GOOD DAY 6 W0EK.
The hnli H nl I lie KHriiier' Wnreliutiae
on I Imroilay.
The aalc, at the Farmers' tobacco
warehouse on Thursday comprised
sixty-three hog-heads lugs to good me
dium kaf. The average of the prices ob
tiiined arc fully up with any lormer tale
th s season at the same house, and by
comparing the prices with those ol other
markets we lind the average a trifle
higher. The following are the quotations :
?ll(k).H33. 0 2'), 9 5"), 0 is). 7 ."A 7 50
'J 30. 7 30, 9 00, 0 00 8 30. 9 00, H Kj. 9 00.
7 '), G 50, 5 00. 9 if), 0 30, 7 03. 7 23. 9 20,
9 20, 9 'JO, S 10, li 30, 0 00, 0 50. 7 00, G 00,
7 00. 1 00, 5 75, 2 70, 3 70. 0 S3. 1 23, 6 85.
7 00. 0 00. 3 30, 4 00. 0 25. 3 50, 3 50. 5 53.
00, 3 50, 3 50. -J 00. 1 35, 3 50, 0 00. 3 00.
1 10, 3 23, 3 55, 3 10, 3 15. 4 30, 3 GO, 5 25.
A C'nrd rrmii
I lie Ihhiii
I Im i iminiilep of . tr
ior Ihr lire ornlluu r
In I lie iiihU'IJ at
Sound ily .
The committee of arrangements for
the decur.ilion ol the grad s ol ihe taller
eroes m the national o uiiteryat .nouuu
City have issued the tulluwiiiat card:
To He Public:
liiis rt ii.iir annivt rsnry will he ob
served w i li appropriate ceieuninies and
Mliled lo the day and place. Improve
uieiits made within the p it year make
this cemetery one ot the most bcauuinl
the naiiou has s-t apat for her lallen
Leaiihig orators and prominent men ol
this and lulioining states have been ii.
viled and are expected to be present ano
Music, Ootli instrumental ami vo
cal, suitable to the occ:iiui) will be se-
ii r d.
Exira trains at greatly reduced rates of
fare and ample accommodations lor all
will be run by the Cairo and in-
cc lines railroa'l. me Illinois v.eiiir;n rail
road, the Mound Citv railway; also the
steamer .lames Fi-k, Jr., will run on
special time card at low rates ol tare.
And it Is expected mat tne i. aim niio o-.
mis H lilroad. the steamer Idlewild ot
ihe Cairo & Evansville packet company
us well as other boats on the Ohio and
Mississippi rivers, will so arrange their
rips us to suit the convenience oi pat
rons. Ample arrangements nave m-en
made to secure convenience and comfort
for all, as lar as is In our power espec
ially" to avoid the dust and confusion in
cidental to large iraiherniffs. All per
sons are respectfully invited to bring
w.th them garlands, oonoets, or how em
unarranged, for decoration.
COM. Ol' ARRANGEMENTS.
TheloUowino; is a list ol loiters ie
luaiuing uncalled lor at tho postoHlce al
Cairo, Alexander county, HI., Saturday,
L.nirs -Bad Jer, Lizzie; Cannon. Mrs
J; Cova, Rendu; Cole, Addie; Griflln,
Nerva; Greeley, Harriet O; Goodheart,
Mollie; Helms, Mary; Hopkins, Ilattie;
flahn, Amanda; Hall, Hester; Martin,
Mary J; Martin, Mat tic; Mason, Ann
Eliza; McKlmiu, Ella; Overton. Caroline;
llandolpli, Maggie; Rodenbouser, Katie;
Smith, Mrs E C; Stovall, Martha; Watts,
MrsJC; Williams, Gcorgett: Wallace,
Carrie; Williamson, Ann.
Gknts Boell, Henry ; Bradlleld. J M;
Barnes, Tims; Couch, Geo R ; Caldwell,
Harvey; Crist, Wilson: Daveson, Jeff;
Ernst, Gus; Ervine, Zack; Gilkerson,
Chss; Griflln, Geo; Gailher, John ; liar-
riman, C W ; lines, Jas ; Hamilton,
Jerry; Knight, R; Lechel, Morris;
Miller, Alfred; McKoy, Campbell; Mc-
Cabc, Mike; Mihans, Lewis ; Olmsted.
Wm.; Pearce, Louis; Teak, Charles;
Richardson, Geo R; Regan, Patilck;
Smith, Mr.; stein, Frank J ; Swilt, John
L; Simmons, P; Townsenil, Wm ;
Vest. A D Vaughn, W V ; Went worth,
Chas. IL; Wood, Harrison; Williams,
Persons calling for any of tho above
letters Will please say "advertised."
Geo. V. McKuaw, V, II.
. Tho Death Dance.
. " , .
Til Irartiinc Jju,b Kfo Ml
The Blandville, Kentucky, Arrj glVej
the following account ot the way the
negro Levi Pyle was disposed of by a
mob on laat Suuclav evening
Lust Sunday evening, anout the hoar
ol eleven, soiiin twenty men from the
southern part ot the county, came into
town sod proceeded to Ihe jail, and de
manded ot . P. Morgan, tlie Jailer, tbe
keys ot the ceil in widen the negro Levi
Py lo was coutincd ; alter a few moments
parley, the keys were given up, uud the
uiuu, fur BUdi it was, proceeded to tb
eel), and with ropes soon tied
the unfortunate son ol Ham In such
a maimer that he found it was ltu
posalole to unloose himsell, li..viiig
ihus secured him Hiey kd him U0WI,
stairs and out In the roud, w hen tney
inounied iheir horses, but as the negro
had none he Was compelled lo iraVel oil
shank's ponies, and as iln-y made them
gallop through lown be soon found that
ii Wttsail ho could do to keep up with
them, iiotsilhsiaiidiiig he made len teet
at a jump. Hut all things have an end,
and ao also had thi.i jumping an end
lor the negro soon gut tired id go
ing at sikh a lurlous rale, and al
ihe bottom of the hill thought he
would lie down ulid lakt a real ; now
that is what Ins captors did not in
the least wish, and as they could not
make him gel up, they done I lie next
oust thing they could, le, pulled him on
the ground lo thu nearest tree, but us
tlie limbs were not large enough to hold
lutn. they proceeded to the next tree,
and alter lindiug a hint), t n-w toe rope
over and Levi Pyle was hanging
between heaven and earth to answer to
Ihe uiiine winch had been laid to lus
cuarge. i he mob alu-r hanging him,
llred live shuts into Ins iiody, and then
quickly dispersed to iheir homes.
We are no advocate of mob law. but. in
thii iuaiauee we Hunk it was right an I
pioper that the people should do Just as
i hey did with ibis negro, who, in nine
ehaiic s out ol ten, would in all proba
bility luve only been sent to tbe slate
pri.-ou lor a tei'ui o one or tw.i years,
lor the h-urltil crime be has committed.
L'ntdour leilslature shall have passed
ueh laws as w ill Insure the punishment
of such (lends, and see that they receive
the punishment lor the crimes they so
richly merit, j'ist so long will we have
such occurrences as occurred here last
Sunday night. The law as it now is on
such crimes is detective, and we hope at
the meeting nt the next legislature to
see Mr. E'iringron make some amend
men Is to the criminal laws.
Mr. Oberly arrived in the city
Springtli'ld yesterday morning.
F. E. Canda, president, and Mr.
Wentz. general lrelyht and passenger
agent of the Cairo and St. Louis railroad
company, after spending several days
here, left lor St. Lotus yesterday morn
ing. Alderman IlaHiday, who has ol late
spent considerable time in Springfield, is
at home again.
Henry Carter of Mound City was in
Among the guests at the Planters'
House yesterday were F. E. Jewctt, VV.
A. II. Gatt, St. Louis; It. L. Nevill, Clin
ton, Ky; P. W. Plank, Champaign; Jas.
A. Viall. Il irrisburg; H.Kueinhardtand
wile. J. L. A. lllieiiibardt and wife, Pa
ducali; II. Cayers, Memphis; J, J, Bar
nard, Sandusky, 111.; J. W. McCa-land,
Missouri; W. Duval, Princilon. Ky; J.
A. finglemao, Mi-sotirl; C. Delimit,
Evansville; U. A. Hea-ley, DeSoto; ,J. C.
Ward, Farris' Lni.liuD', Mo.; Dr. J. J,
Arlington houso arrivals yesterd iy
were: D. K. Mason. Padueah: I!. S.
Mivells, Clinton, Ky ; R. Freganza,
Miiund City; Warraii Dee. Burlington,
lown; John Cooke, Ballard Co.; Madam
Br.imetta. New York; W. A. Burns,
Belknap; S. U. IVnn and L. IVnn,
iMiklevill". Ky.; L S- '.tdHagi'. Marion,
Ills.; C. II. II -y wood. Goose Island; C.
II. R eves, iluikli ville, Ky.; A. Tally,
Win. Welis. .Lis. N'.-wtoii and Richard
Burns, Birloiv City; L. II. Mulky, Bar
low City; Jas. McCleaii. Ai liugton, Ky.
Arrivals at the St. Ch rles hotel yes
terday were Joseph Nash md wile, Mem-
pin;. Miss Matiie Nash. Toledo; It.
Maiming, Detroit ; A. J. Nilllino. Join s-
boro; George Crooker, MiUregor, Iowa ;
A Sugal New York : Gor'e W. Lun-
druni, Smiihlaiid, Ky ; Ch.is W. Harris.
Cincinnati ; A. II, Southworlh, Chicago;
L. A. Hich.ud.-on. lniiiauaiiolis : .1. ('.
Willis, Metropolis: O. A. Ilarker and
wife, Vienna ; Ueorue B. Zanone, Louis
ville ; I lios. Orral. Boston ; J. K.Meyers,
St. Louis; S. A. Jeter, Laindal.', Ills.;
Mrs. C. II. Duprez. Xnv Yoik; J. Mo-
Whorten, Canton, Mo.; R. H.Oldram
and wift , Reply, Tcnn.
The fonloil for t Qnilt-HIN
i.niv iiixiuru ine n inner.
As stated in yesterday morning's Bet,
LET IN tlie festival given by the ladles ol
the Episcopal church in the Thornton
building on Tenth street on Thursday
evening, was one ot the most successful
in point ol attendance and tliiaucially
ever given In Cairo. The building was
literally crowded from early in the
evening until almost midnight,
anil if there were those
present who tailed to enjoy themselves,
it was hy tin tault of tho ladies having
the management of tho festival, but be
cause the persons themselves failed to
enter into the spirit and pleasure of the
occasion. The contest for the quilt was
excitin s and tho Lumber of voles polled
Is an ev idunce of the feeling wit i which
tlie Iricnds ot tlie seveial young ladles to
be voted lur entered Into the contest.
Announcements ot the vote were made
every half hour, and during the hour
previous to the closing of the polls every
liltecn minutes. At eleven o'clock the
vote was announced, as loliows :
Miss Ada Halllday 35ft
Miss Anna nicher 52!)
Miss Frankle Rextord 0S9
From tho llrst It was evident the con
test was between tho three young ladies
named, and the friends ot tho others drew
out of the battle. On tho announcement
of the vote Miss ilextord was' tho recip
ient of Duuy compliments. When tho
voting for the quilt wis over, a contest
to ascertain who the ugliest nnd most
penurious man ln the house wus, took
place. . Dr. uunning, uapt. uugan, air,
Drijip?, Sir. Suflord, Mr. P. W. Barclay
nn4 Mr. fioxionl were voted tor, and Dr.
Donning w-w-prfctfwl by a "large, major
ity." . Tho prlz "was a pewter cup, and
on Its being presented, to the doctor he
made a few remarks "Appropriate to
the occasion." Tho crowd then dis
persed. We understand the rcceiDtt. nsldo
from tho voting for the quilt and pewter
cup, amounted to about threo hundred
dollars. It this is correct the entire re
eeipts from nil sources will amount to
In the neighborhood of live hundred iM
The Turnvr Plenlr,
Tim Cairo Turners will glvo a picnic
in the grove at the Junction ot Cache and
tho Ohio river, on Sunday next. A
special iraln will run between Cairo and
tlie picnic grounds, making three trips
during the day. it,
BUE0LAX8 AT WORK.
Tliry Uo TlmingM n .Unrulier l
Ii.wii lIuiiafK, but laecure I.ililv
House breakers were about again on
Thursday night, and succeeded lu get
ting into two or threo houses lu the up
per portlou of the city. They e en had
to give the new chief ol police, Charlie
Aru-r a wnirl, and suc jeeded in getting
Inio his huue. About twelve o'clock
Mr. Alter heard his dog, a small
terrier, making a terrible tuss in the
lower part ut llie home, but not sus
peeling ihal there were III eves about
paid no atientiou to hi in itirtber ihau to
acold the dug and try to quiet him. But
011 getting up yesierday morning Mr.
Arterlouud ihat the dog had hot made
all the iiuiso lor nothiiiir. Ihe
shutters on one ol the windows had been
pried opeu, the wire screen cut out, and
all the doors standing wide opeu. But
as nothing was disturbed in the house it
is evident the thieves Were (l ightened
away by Mr. Arier while trying to quiet
the dog. The thieves alro burglarized
the residence ol Mr. Nick Williams and
George Sellers, but were irighiened
away belore they had time to ransack
either of the houses. So lar as we hro
aware there is no clue to the burglars.
The Helena, Arkaiiu.is, UVii contains
the following complimentary notice ol
Mrs. Brometta, the lady who is advertised
to give an exhibition at the atheueum
tais evening :
Mrs. Brometta. the ladv nhn
challenged Prol. Cooke, is a lady of un-
uoiiuwu aumiy 10 carrv lorward ner be-
uei. rroi. iooKe would not allow her to
o.cnpy the stage with him last Saiurday
evening, although opporiuued by several
ot our ieaUingcitiZeiis. Such weakness on
his part snakes our confidence no little
lu tne proiessor. Mrs. U. has been
awaiting an opportunity to meet Prof.
Cooke, and to have him dodge her with
excuses vexed her not a little. Those
who attend the lecture this evening will
receive a lare treat.
fir ult t'onrt.
There was no business of special Im
portance transacted In tho circuit court
yesterday. A number of prisoner? wero
brought before tho bar to plead to the
indictments against them, and with a
single exoptiuii they all entered a plea
of "not guilty." David Scott, a culored
mail, Indicted for petty larceny, plead
guilty, and was sentenced to pay a line
ol iJu, and to imprisonment in the
county jail lor fifteen days. 'The erai.d
Jury returned eight true bills during the
day. We understand the jury is almost
ibrounh with us work and will probably
Dm. Thomii.im A Merrix-. Ilonipn.
With some thirty year's experience in
the practice in ihe prolession, are con li-
dent in tendering our services to the
pllb.io. OUke No. (ii Ohio leVee, up
stairs, 5 2li-ll
Ki-v IHlloii Lee.
The Paduenli Suit of Thursday savs :
Rev. Dilloi'-Lee, rector of tlie Church
ol ihe Redeemer. Cairo, has been Invited
to visit Padueah and hold divine service
in Grace church next Sunday." IteV.
Dilion-L-e did receive an Invitation to
conduct services as above staled, but
owing to his arrangements lor the ser
vices here on to morrow did not accept
The I'uluakl Pnlrlot.
The Pulaski I'atriul, published at
Mound City, comes to us this w ek in an
entirely new dress, and presents a fresh,
clean and handsome appearance. We
congratulate Irieud Ackerman on his
being able these hard tunes to thus dre.ss
up his paper. Tho Patriot is always
sprightly and readable, and the people of
Mound L'itv should be proud ot it.
llie Turiitff meliiile.
The trains to convey those desiring
to attend the Cairo Turngemeinde pl
nie on Sunday next, will leave the Cairo
and Vincemiis railroad passenger depot
nt 8:30 a. m,, and 1 and 2 o'clock p. in.,
stopping at Sixth, Eighth, Fourteenth
and Twentieth streets. Tho onus band
will play a tune at each stopping place
to give notice to those desiring to at
tend to be on hand. 4tv
Those who desire to spend a day In
the cool shade ot the beautllul grove
near the Cairo and Vlncennes railroad
bridge over Cache river, should at
tend the Turner picnic next Sunday.
A positive cure. Painless and stain
less. Price $1. Order from Dr. Quincy
A. Scott, 1178 Penn ave., Pittsburg. Pa.,
or through any druggist. A liberal dis
count to dealers. Circular free.
A lien 1 1 fill lirovo.
Tho most beautllul grove within fifty
miles of Cairo Is tho spot selected by the
Cairo Turners for their ploiilo to take
place next Sunday.
t or Knle,
A grocery store, stock nnd fixtures, lo
cated at Bird's Point, Missouri, will be
sold for $125. For particulars Inqulr
at F. Korsmeyr's," Cairo', Itls. 8 8 aw
A house on Division street, between
Washington uvtnuu and Walnut street.
Apply to W. H. smitii.
R AAM Ia W a
Suitable for a bed room turoMcd or no-
- - a 1 a-. - .
lurniBueu. nor particularu Inoulre on
the premises ol Ms,, M. B. Hawaii., ti
TWO first-das dininir
A II I9
wanted at.the Arlington houie. Aply
".-.. u. v, l'a.a.t, rrop.
O110 Buudreit Trlmuit Hat.
Mrs. S. Williamson has lust received
onn b'mdrcd trimmed hats, all of the
latest styles. Call and examine. No
trouble to show goods.
Wanted Two or three g'rls to learn
tho millinery trade. Those who have
had somo experience preferred. lw.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
".he laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
iween Washington and Commercial av
tues, has one of the best conducted laun
try istabllnhmeiits In the city, and laud
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
lud it to their advantage to call upon
Tuesday Morning. 10 o'clock, May
100,000 Without Reserve.
tl WiNTEKitSiBWAtiT. Auctioneer.
iluse, Luomis & Co., dealer- In north
em lake ice, have removed their oince
Iroiu the comer 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 parts of the city.
Thoc desiring the cold stuft will leave
their orders at the new oftlce, where they
will receive prompt attention.
Jamks Kavanai'GH, Malinger.
Cairo, Iu.s., May 17, 1877. 5-17-lm
PROF. COOKE CHALLENGED
BY A LADY'.
"Gets Frigutk.nkd and Blips away
mom His Combatant."
The lady, Mrs. Brometta, who so
braycly challenged Prof. Cooke, the
great spiritual exposer, is now In our
city, and will give one or more enter
tainments at the Atheueum. Mrs. Bro
metta proves Prot. Cooke a very clever
trickster, a good sycholngist and magne
t'.zer, but capable of b.'ing outdone, and
declares herself competent to produce
tests that he cannot duplicate or com
pete with, such as spirits from burning
cold water, making wine, whisky and
brandy without any ot Prof. Cooke's
chem cals. Wo bespeak lor her
crowded house Saturday night, May 20th.
Rim-hce's urriiiau Siyrup.
Ci-n 1 ow be purchased rinht at h one; it
is ilia uio-t successful preparation ever in
troininod to our people. It works like a
charm in all cases consumption pneunio
nia, hemorrhages, a-tliuja. severe ooiikIis,
croup, and odi r throat and lung diseasea'
Noper-on lias ever used llna mcdi ine
without getting immediate rc ief, yel tin ro
are airo'id many poor, sutleriet', ekipilca-
personn goii i' ahoiit our sti ci h Willi ustis
picinus cuugli, m il the voice ot ciisiiinp
Hon coming iroiri their lung1, tint will nm
iiyii. 11 you uie, u m ymir ow-i r.-nil . as
you can go to Paul U. Scliuh, driir;lal, and
iret a sample ho'ile lor lu ceinsaud try ii
three dosm will nlievu any ease Jitxulur
Ue only 75 cents. " cow.
A nicus t Floirrr.
The mostnihe rahle beings in the world
are Hiosb utfrii'g liom dy-pepsia and
More t.ia sevei'ty live pi r cent ol ihi
tieo h- 111 Hie I'nli'd Sti.tci. ar lUli't'tl
widi the-e two diseases ami iheir itlut
U b -i- s ur etou ah, sick headaehr, b O II
ual stiveo h, p li i'a imi o Hie lenr
lleari-lium, water Lr 'll, gnw im and
bui-i'i'iir ea n 1 llie nit ol Hie toiia.h.
yell w bkIo, eoa'vd ennu-- ami ihaag ei
ante 1 1 ie 111 im im inn, eoa,ing p 1 o -n
alter eatl g, low splri's, Me. G" to Paid
O 6 h Ii. d'-naist, a 7' cnii I 0 llu I
AL'Uter KlOWHt. iTa s.itli le bo tl" fur
lo tenia Iry it two d. ses will relieve
W AH Dll'AIITMIKT KlVHH KlHOT, 1
May 2d, 1H77. f
Ft III IT.
Cairo 21 4 11
r-iltaliura-. I ' s -
Cincinnati 11 U X S
l.uumville 6 c II
Saaliville 4 n6
.St.Lmiia i'4 C 0
hv.nnvillu 10 V 1
.Mempliia H'l A
YTekaliunt 4' 0-0
Sew iirlnma .. S 11 X 0
llelow Uiah Wal'Tl 71.-
Scrgea Sixual is,.rylre. " S. A .
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Eatate olTllomus E. tullivan. det'iaseO.
To whom it uiay concern I'I. a e t. ke no
nce m ni nave men my nnai accuuiit aa
Adnmilstrateir ol aald ts me, ana slum ap
ply to t'ia county court oi Alox.ml r
count). sitdiiK ua a com i of probate, at Hie
Junelcriu ther. of. to-wli -. on the tllrd
Monday ol June, A. D. 1n"7, for a lull and
umd illaebarge lio n all lunuer liability as
aduiiuls.lrator ot satu es.aie,
M.J MeO ALLEY,
Cairo, 111., May 22J. 1677. d3t.
1 'Zuccato's Patent Papyrograpi"
THU PAPYKOGRAPA WILL PRODUCE
From one to a thousand fan-simllifi of any
desln, wrlllnR, diuwiiig. inapt, noliraa, price
lint eiaminatiun pap r, eto. , uOng one wrlt
and an ordm.iry copyingpress TIih prorcts is
simple, easy, and lipid Mend for deecrlpOve
circular, and adums THb, P iKYnt.KAI'H
CO., Norwich, tonn. or JOilJt MONTltllt,
4S'J N. bixui St, tt Louis, 1(0.
TAX SALE NOTICE.
To Kmanuel Holmes, Richard Pratt, and
all other- concerned :
You ure b-rehy notified that at a sale ol
lauds and lo's fr the delinquent state,
c unty. ill irlct school and other tsxe of
the year 1874 and co ts, held at the court
houso door tn the city ol Cairo, county of
Alexander and stute ol ll.lnols, on the 2d
day of Septenib r, l.7, I nomas Martin
Siircha-ed ihe land following, to-wit! 'J he
, U N , L'. of section s I, township 16,
south i suite 2 west ) a'so, N V., N. W. oi
section 31, towns alp 0, loutb range 2 west,
taxed anil ."Id In tbe ram ol Natbane
Holmes. Said eertltlaaie Is aastgned to the
uinierBlgnod. ll situated In said oounty
and i'ai. and that tbe time given by law
for the 'di mptlon of said land wld expire
on tbe 2d day of Septomber, 877.
JAMES H MULCAHKY,
Aslgnes of t'bomas MaitlB. rurcbaser.
Slay Kid, 18TT.
- An nrnscattrd M.jntW of'
Fopular Literature, Science, and
ANNOUNC3i(l!NT POH 1877.
The Bitmbe r for January begins t& ntne
Ueotii voluma of thu Msiiine and wblls
I s pssi record will, it Is bopiid, be oeemea
aumidentiruMaiiiei of lutur xeehtoce,
.... , .purea aiTeitl'y l a at-
tractions and to nmvM an 4nnf4 i.
ply of -
Pipilar Rending in tht Bert and 3fott
The E-r-atohW Hii nnn-tanl aim a 4k-
eiindu ior-lp i,e to furni.h thu uut.iio
i i . """ ui i Di.eo ana
ailed cliaiui'tvr. us U1..I1 u. . -
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Those Feature that ar Mott Attractive
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The contrihu inn n innL.l
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The pictirla embelil l.nient of tbe Msgs
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1. A new at rial story,
''The Marquit of Loesie,"
hy Oeorire Miedoiiald.authorol "llalcom '
"Alec r orb s," -Hubert F-lcoutr.' etc.
I o those ol our rea ters wbo are lamlllar
with "Malcolm.'' this new atoiv liom
Ihe pen of this ilitti. guishcd writer iil
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to all uew subaeribers for 1877.
2. A profusely illustrated series ot
Sweediih Seenery and Life,
by Prof. Wlllarrl Flake, of Cornell CniTer.
sity.who is thoroughly lami'lar with Sweden
and its People from personal observation.
d. a series or popular papers on
Art and Art Matters,
by Rdward Strahsn (Earl 8alun author ol
.id ujr uciiuil. etc.
a. xuusiraieu eaeicnes or Travel, entitled
Pictures from Spam,
by Kdward King, author of "The Great
ITU III VIUi
5. Mrs. Lucy II. Hooper's Interesting and
Papers and Letters from Paris
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Tin Beauties of the Rhine.
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