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AIRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Wata .-.Any business Arm can bar three llnca
pace, In 111 la column under appropriate heading
lib rate of I.Nt ptr inoulbur IU per jeer
payable tuiiterly In advance.
Hardware, Stoves ana Tin Ware.
A. HALLEY-tJealeriu6toyea,Tlnand Hard
ware, Ciaiden sod rannerB' Implement, Wire
..'node, Htfrigrtoni, Pumps and Ladder,
uncommercial Avium. Guttering, and Job
Work dont ou abort notice
J. S.McUAUKY-nealcrlnhurd and sofUutn
tier, flooring, ceiling, tiding end surfaced
lumber, lath and shingles. OfHoe ind yard
rornvr Twentieth street and Washington avenue
LANCASTEU A KICK-Dtalers In eab.
ilixira, blluds, etc., bard and ton lumber and
hingles. Yard and o&lce, Commercial avenue,
oruer 17lb street.
I. UAUTJIAN-Dealer in (Jneenaware, Toyi,
Lamps and all kinda ol fancy articl'j. Coiouier
.' ul uveune, corner sib etiett.
WILLIAM WISTER-Sixth street betwu
.'oniiuerelal avenue and Wasblngtuu avtuuc.
t'lotbina; Bud Merchant Tailoring.
JOHN ANTKIM-Mcrrhani Tailor and dealer
la Ready Made Clothing. "BOhloLtvee.
Ileal Katuta Agencies).
M. J. HOWLEY-Heel Ratals Agent, liuys
and sella real ealata, collect rent, paye tares
lor uun-iesldenta etc. Commercial avenue, be
iwn Ninth aud Tenth streets.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. B.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Boad Bunning Two
Daily Trews from Cairo,
Train Leave Cairo
2:20 p.m. Fast fcxprcss, arriving lu St.
Louis 8.W p. xd. Chicago, 1-W -ra'
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUI3
vIlle FAST LINE
Arriving' n Cincinnati 8:', a m.; Louis
ville, :2 nui; IndlioapolU, 415 a.m.;
I'asnengera by this t-ain arrive at above
OF AMY OTflKK BOUTE.
li'A p. m. Fait Mad with aleept-ra attab
' ed. lor HT. LOUIS and CUlCAttO,
arriving In St. I-oul- at !;'0 a.m. Cbi
can at 4 If) p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Kfflnebarn lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
I'asaeriL'eri by this line (to through to
the East without any delay caused by
Jhe SATUKDAY AiTKTtNOON TltAIN
r'KOM CAIHO AKHIVKS IN NEW
YORK MONDAY MOBXINU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTIILIt BOUTE.
Advertisements of competing lines that
tbey m ke better Hme than this one, are
are issued either through ignorance or a
desire to mislead the public.
ror through tickets and information,
pply at Illinois Central R. B. Depot, Cairo.
" ' raAlftS ajla A CaiaO?
I ail ......
JiM p m.
Ocn'l Southern Ajft.
4. II. Jonks. Ticket Agf.
iHuppv relirl tu young Uieu iroiu
the iflwu of crrora and abuacs in
UWIvU'e. MaulioodUettored. Jm-'Q
MJ Cj pMlmeuta to marriage rrmovei.:pq
D Siw method of treatment. Newj
E3 2 land remarkable remtdica. IIok Z
and circulaia aent free in fcealea
'envfloura. Adiieraa HowaBD Ac-'S
00 delubia. I'a. An Initltutlon bav-
inK lilMh rrnutation lor bono
able conduct and prolesiloual
For artistic I'hotojfruphJ at a moderate
:ot call at Gustavo WeirU's Gallerj.
Hore, buggy, lmniess, unil a comjilete
outfit for tlio name. Tho liorxe, Ave
years old, bujfgy and harness nearly
new, all lor one hundred ami ft fty dollar.
Apply to N. W. Hacker, 70 Ohio levee.
I)r. Thompson A Mrt'rae, llomeo
I With aonie thirty year's experience In
the practice In tho profession, are confi
dent in tendering our services to the
public. OfBco No. 01 Ohio levee, up
stair, -j 5-20-tf
Nave You a Cough T
That dry, backing cough Is the herald
ol approaching consumption. To check
the swllt progreis of the destroyer,
prompt and deelslvo measures must be
resorted to. A doso ot Dr. Morris' Syr
up of Tar, Wild Cherry and Horehound,
taken when the coughing spells come on,
will aflurd lmoiedlalo relief, and event
ually etlect a thorough cure. It will be
iound equally beueflclal In all lorms of
throat and lung disorders. In cases ol
70iip It Is of Inestimable value. Pull at
the drug store ol
and inquire about it. They will lurnlsu
you with a trial slzo bottle for 10 cents.
Large sizes 60 cents aud One Dollar.
Also, agents for Prol. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Byrup, which never tails.
Pleasant to take, and requires no physic
Price 25 cents.
Tobacco aud Cigers.
Merchauts.grocers, aud saloon-keepers
ahould not lorgct that Messrs. Corlis &
Rankin, proprietors ol the Prairie 3tato
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened au estaolUbmcnt at the corner
of Slxtu street and Ohio levee In this
city wlwre they wil. do a wholesale and
retail business In the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and most complete stock ol
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
Htipply the wauls of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers aro in
vited to call and examine their stock.
- v. belley,
Dyer and cleaner of ladles' and gentle
mens' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gontlemens' bats dyed and
cleaned and blocked In . the latest stylo.
Chemical soap on band, warranted to
rttnova impurities from all fabrics with
cut Injury to the nutwlal. lm.
SEC SET 100IXTIX8 '
K M. K, C
The knlchb of the above nMev awl
at tbelr ruili toe lint anil third Mnndiv
in etuo inontb. Couuiieroial avenue, id door
south of lath tnt, al s p ut.
JOHJI I). UOLMES, O. 0. M.
ASCAliON LODGE, NO. SI.
Knlirht of Pvthlaa. meela averv Wri-
3 day oikht at naUVpuat aeven, in Odd
Kllowa' Uall. Uowa,
OMXXkXVm LODQK, NO. ilA.
Independent Order of Odd-r.
Iowa, meru every Tburaday nlgbt
at naif-et aeven, In their hall on
ommiicial avtuuc. between Btith and Seventh
'.mli Wat K. JIawjjb, N. 0.
n.VIKO KNCAMPMEKT, I. 0. O. T., meets
Vin Odd-rellowa Uall on Cm Ant and third
I iKailay in every month, at nalf-paet aeven
CAIUO LODGE. NO. iS7,A.F. t A. M.
Hold reiruiar comiounicauona in ma
nlc Hall, corner Couuneruial avenue
id EU-htn atreet, on the second and
outth Monday ol eavb nioutu .
HATES OF ADTEBISISO.
Ij.AU bills fur advertising, tie due acd pay.
able uc asvaxci
Tnneitnt advertising will be inserted at the
rate of tl uO per square fur the first Insertion
and SU ceota fur each subsequent one A liberal
dlMountwUlberuade on standing auddUpl
For Inserting Funeral notice II ou Notice of
meeting of societies or leeret orders M cents for
Church, Society, Festival and fVupiiei notlcea
will only be Inserted as adverthjeiiMnta
No adTtrtleement will be received at less than
SO cents, and no advertisement will be Inserted
for leaa than three dollars per month
LOCAL BtIStSJ HOICES
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, In
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square $ CO
Two Insertions per square-. 75
Three insertions per square 1 00
biz Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square. 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or lor longer time.
Loral Weather ttepwra.
Caiao, III., IUj K, ttM.
timb I Uaji. Tub."! Wwd. Vat. With
7 a m. I . ITS' 6 I )K 3 clear
ii ill" . lu. I ei ! N a I liiir
i p.m. JH.Ut i 71 I N & do
1 3" .1''1 I 71 X 4 do
J Ail US WAk'SON,
ftcrxcant, Surn-,1 Suvtcc. I'. 8. A.
SUNDAY, MAY 27, IS77.
A liouse on Division street, between
Washington avenue ami Walnut street.
Apply to W. I!. MiTrr.
A positive cure. Painless and stain
less. Price $1. Order from Dr. Quincy
A. Scott, 27S IVnn ave., Pittsburg, Pa.,
or through any drucgl.t. A liberal dis
count to dealers. Circular lree.
Pit-tare and Brarkrta.
L. C. Ford has removed bis Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. lie has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
chroinos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture lramlng made a speciality
Chrotuos mounted in t!ic cheapest and
bet style. lm
To all who are sufleriug from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
euro you, free of charsc. This great
t iueuy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Scud a eclf-ad-dressed
envelope to the Kv. Joseph T.
Inman, Station D. Bible House, New
rk Citv. l-30-6in
llollonnj "a Pilla and Ointment,
Scrofula was considered incurable until
he great discovery of "Holloway'n rills
and O went" flatbed upon tho world.
Diseases which baffled the skill ot the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
.es remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Twtuty-tlve cents
per box or pot.
Crossing Ihe Deacrt
Is generally an evcntlul episode in life;
whether It be as pllgr'm to worship the
prophet's shrine at Mecca, or as a part ot
a carayan ot merchants. Tha dangers of
the destructive simoon, attacks ol preda
tory robbers aud the agony of dying
from thirst ure dissipated on reaching
one of those gardens ot the deset, an
oasis. Partaking of that which recuper
ates, they meet their future difficulties
with recruited strength and renewed en
ergies. So with modern life, dangers
from disease threaten all humanity, but
it we make use of a remedy which allevi
ates accute attacks of sickness, thus pre
venting their becoming chronic, we shall
realize that necessary and refreshment lu
traveling life's desert which has been dis
covered In the IIomb Stomach Bitters.
The Debris of tbe System
Must either pass through its natural
channels of exit, the bowels, the kidneys
and tho pores, or, in default thereof,
poison and disorder the fluids of tbe sys
tem. In order to effect the complete ex
pulsion of this dangerous refuso, the
organs through which it passes off must
be active and unobstructed. Fortunately
there Is a certain means of rendering
them so when they aro not. Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters stlmuluto the aotlon ot
the excretory organs, and by diffusing a
geulul warmth through tho circulation,
encourngo moderate persplratlou. By
this triple efl'cot tbe exodus of the toecal
and other watte matters are encouraged,
and the system treed from peril It would
otherwise Incnr. Tbe action of the
bowels which follows the useo this
bencllceut alterative la easy and unac
companied by griping, and Its stlmula
tlye efleot upon tbe urinary organs yery
conduoiyt to their lwa heiM.
tooAi room nxcEi. -
-ItonTembef tbe Turner plonlo to-day.
Keniembcr Uiat there will be three
trains to and Irom the picnic to-day.
-Capt. J. C. Willis ol Metropolis, was
in the city yesterday.
II y)u doslrc to spend a few hours
lu a beautiful grove, attcud the Turner's
The trial ol tho Uuion couuty bond
case will commence on Monday morn.
Tboro will bo eci vices at the Metlio
dUt cburcU to day at the usual hours.
Nr. Olllham Mil officiate.
The Spring term of the Cairo public
schools will close on Friday next, and a
four months vacation will follow.
The meu doing business In the frame
buildings at the corner of Eighth atreet
and Washington avenue are preparing to
vacate, and tho buildings wil! soon be
We acknowledge the receipt of s
boquct of beautllul and fragrant flowers
from Miss Bailie Cutting, of Metropolis.
The fair doner will accept our thanks tor
the beautiful gift.
0. K. Try Mocrlelu's famous Clue
clnnatl beer, on tap at John Kcohler'a
popular Arcade Saloon, opposite the
court house, 0. K. It
'1 he scholars In Miss Paulson's and
Miss I oss rooms In the high school
I building had a picnic In St. Mary's park
yesterday. Nearly all the pupils were
O. K. John Ifoohler keeps Moer
leln's Cincinnati lager beer, the best of
them all, at his Arcade Saloon, opposite
the court house. 0. K. It
The grand jury, having disposed of
all ihi bus ness presented for it consid
eration, adjourned yeeterUay morning.
About twenty-Ave indict tuents, uearly
all ol llb iu against parties no In the
county J ill, were presented.
0. K.iloerlein's celebrated Cincin
nati luger betr at Julm Keuhler's Arcade
Saloon, corner of Twenty -Jrst eireet and
Washington u venue, oppotlte tbe ourt
liouw. O. K. It
The committee ol the city council
and the a tomeys lor thi; Illinois Central
railroad company have arranged lor a
meeting to-morrow morning, at which
time the railroad matter will be dis
Mrn. Brotnetta did not exhibit her
spirit wonders at the atheneum last
night. The audience did not materialize
suitlciciitly to justify her in doing so,
and she dismissed the performance until
to-night at 7:30 o'clock at the atheneum.
Mr. Kgnew, proprietor of the St.
Charles hotel, has secured the services
ot Mr. Jas. I.aaior, late headwaitcr at
the Llndell hotel, St. Louis. Mr. Law-
lor is said to be one of the best meu in
his line of business to be found any
where. There arc now and has been, a
number of suepiciouscbaracters In Cairo,
whom the police will do well to watch.
The fellows referred to are all known to
the officers as thieves and confidence
men, and unless a sharp watch is kept
over them they may become trouble
some. This being Trinity Sunday, there
will be services appropriate to tho day
at the Episcopal church at eleven o'clock
a. m. The Sunday school will have a
celebration and special service at seven
o'clcok p. m., with a sermon by the rec
tor, the Ucv. Mr. Dillon-Lee, especial
ly for the children. A cordial Invitation
U extendod to all.
Robt. McAuiana, a son of the Em
erald isle, was arrested on Friday night
by ofilcers Axley and O'Malley tor being
drunk. Yesterday Judge Bird fined him
two dollars and the usual trimmings.
City Attorney MoGee gave him a stay of
execution on the coudition that he
would leave the city. Ilo left.
-Circuit court waB In session yesturday
morning, when a number ot prisoners
were arraigned to plead to indictment
against them. Nearly all of thetu plead
not guilty, and counsel were assigned to
defend them. There was no session ot
tbe court in tbe afternoon. By agree
ment the Union county bond case will be
taken up on tho assembling ot cou.t to
morrow. Arrivals at the Plauters' Houso yes
terday were A. J. illnkle, Cincinnati ;
Miles J. Norton, Memphis ; B. C. Cal
vins, Illinois; John Zolem, Dexter, Mo.;
W, Wilson, St. Louis ; J. J. Cockling,
Dayton, 0.; J. II. Dexter, St. Louis; S-irn
Lambert, T. A. Dunuaway, James D.
Lewis, TenuesH-e ; R. L. McLoun, Dex
ter, Mo.; C. T. Wilson, St. Louis.
Mr. Ed. Braxton, that chief of ton
sorial artists, has taken charge of the
shop on Eightb street, owned by the late
Daniel Lampert. Ed. Braxton is one of
the best barbers in the state, as well as a
gentleman In his intercourse with his
patrons. lie was oue ot the suflerers In
the late Ure at the corner of Eightb street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly, tie is now trying to bu Id up again,
and we bespeak tor him a lair share ot
patronage. lie deserves it. tt
Refrigerators, the very best, at A.
llalley's, 115 Commercial avenue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' lm.
plements, plows, corn planters and shell
era, sulkey rakes, and a general stock ot
stoves, tin aud hardware, flower stands,
bolb wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging baskets ot all
kinds ; tho largest variety ot bird cages
In the city and will be sold very low at
A. Bailey's, 118 Commercial avenue.
Tbo Joneshoro GumMs says : "We
learn that tbe Cairo and St. Louis rail
road company contemplate putting on a
fast truit train tu run from this city to
East St. Louis, where olose connection
will bo made with tbe Chicago and Alton
railroad for Chicago. Passenger trucks
will be put under freight cars, and at
East 3t. Louis fruit trains will be run
along-side of the C. and A. refrigerator
1cnrand,ramfWvd.to turn Shipper1
1U bars two routes to Chicago, grid ws
think there will be more peaches and
other ' fruit tban both roads can take
away er can be gathered.
The well-known thief and conli
dunce man, Henry McKInncy, better
known as " Wlld-Cat," was arrested by
ofBcers Cain and Sargent on Friday
night under tbe vagrancy ordinance.
Yesterday morning Judge Bird assessed
a lino of twenty-five dollars aud costs
against McKinney.and on coudition that
bo would leave the city instantcr, be was
given a stay ot .execution. McKiuny ts
a bad man, and tbose who know him
will breathe freer now that be is out ol
Congressman HarUell gives notice
In this Issue of the Buutm that on the
15th day of June next, an examination
will be held at tbe court bouse iu this
city, lor tbe purpose of selecting a Cadet
midshipman for tbe naval academy at
Annapolis, Maryland. The board of ex
aminers will oo announced hereafter.
Mr. Bartzell will be guided by their de
clsion In making the appointment Can.
dldates must be "physically sound, well
formed and of robust cou&Ututlon," No
others need apply.
The weather during thn laet week
has been favorable, aud farmers have
lost no tlmj in putting In their corn.
Good Judges say that notwithstanding
the lateness of the season there will be
J an unusually large crop planted. So
tar the wheat is In excellent condition,
and as the season Is s 1 ir advanced,
thoKatety of the crop is almost assured.
Farmers have but one thing to wish for
now, and that is favorable weather dur
ing harvest time and until ihey can get
the grain properly put away.
For several days pasta number of
teams and laborers have been griding
Washington avenue between Sixth and
Eighth streets, aud S.xth street be
tween Washington and Coiumereinl
avenues. 1 hie U all very well and we
are not disputed to grumble, but we
oeiieve there are oilier places that are
In itreaier need ot repairing than the
portion of vV'a.hing.on avi ime referred
to. Walnut between Fourtieiith ud
Fififcvritli, vikI Fifteenth bxrweuu W .li
mit and Cedar streets is one ol tliein, and
we hope that when the
attention ot thii council
Is called to these? streets, as it will be at
the next tneeiimr, they will pive the mut
ter that consideration which it deserves.
It they do this they wil order there
pair aked tor without delay.
Arrivals at the St. Charles yesterday
were: Geo. W. Dickenson, Chicago; Geo.
Rowly, Monroe; Thos. D. Radclifl,
Memphis; S. H. Mills and Chas. I..
Colburn, Ciuuinuuli; J. D. Morgan, New
York; C. L. Iluber, Pittsfleld,
III.; James Melville; .....Centralis;
8. W. Jamesou, Memphis ; C XV. lletr
mance, New York; J. S. Workman,
Helena, Ark.; J. King, Laporte, Ind.;
W. F. Topt, Eyansyille ; J. S. Hains,
Rising Sun, Ind.; L. S. Richardson, In
dianapolis, Ind.; Jas. Williams, Mem
phis ; B, W. Johnson, Juuesboro ; Ram
uel Wheeler, New Orleans; G. 11. Wil
liaras, Chicago; W.Bell, Wheeling; C.
C. Stovell, Chicago; J. E. Wanser
Michigan ; L. II. Lenher, E. A. Burnett,
Ilarrhburg, Penn.; A. E. Ciln, Jackson,
Tcnn.; J. C. Hanford, Makanda, III.;
D. Beaty, St. Louis ; Win. Manning,
The Paducah Xtws of Friday says :
"The region ot Fulton county.K'entucky,
must have something about it that In
duces murder ; It may be In the atmos
phere, or it may be In the lact that it is at
a point where it is convenient tor a peri
putetic murderer to stop on his way to
parts unknown. At all events It U au
established fact that tbey do commit
more murder there or thereabouts than
Is usual at or uear a country village.
Wo have another killing to record,
which occurred iu this wise, as
we learn from Mr. E. D. Watson,
of the Tima and Obuner, who was In
the city this morning : Las: night two
negroes named Thomas Riley and Mike
Oakley, who were working on a section
of the Mississippi Central railroad, about
six miles from Fulton, bad a serious
dispute, alter which both of them went
to bed. Kllcy nursed his wrath until
about 4 o'clock this morning, when he
arose, dressed himself, ami quietly taking
a pistol from beneuth tho bed, shot and
Instantly killed Oakley. Ril, y then took
ro the woods, but was seen nt some hour
this morning on tho track ot the P. and
M. railroad, and will probably make for
Now that a new era of prosperity
and peace appears to dawn upon this
nation, It is gratifying to observe tbe
watchful car: ot tbe venerable patriarch
of our American literature, William Cul
leu Bryant, In introducing to tbe nation
his last new edition, "Library of Auth
ors," a work that recommen-is Itsell to
every latnlly In the land, and one that no
lady or gentleman should be without.
Its beauty nt appearance and wealth o
Illustration; adds very attractive, features
to the varied and complete selection of
choicest poems from British and Ameri
can, together with numerous translations
from Parisian, Latin, Greek, French,
Germsu and Spanish authors ot uoto,
covering the entire period of ancient and
modern llturature. It is a complete
llhrary of all tbe authors In Itself, ex
tending that power of useful Information
by which the people of every nation be
come enlightened, exalted and retlued.
Its classifications render It very useful as
a work ot reference or quotation. It la
being canvassed at present in our city,
and we strongly advise every one to ex
amine Its merits. 3t
Card ol Thank.
Tho ladles ol tbe Episcopal church re.
turn their sincere thanks to Mesirs. B.
F. Blake, XV. Hyslop, II. Elliot, J, Q.
Harmon, W. Trigg, A. Ualiey, W. L.
Bristol, R. Dugau, Wm. EloboS, F. D.
Rexford, tbe members ot Professor
Elzenburg's string band, and also of tbe
Cairo Turner 8oclaty, aud to all others
who render jd tbebv kind assistance at
the rwbirry iwttTal,
mi. wAimrni wobei. w
Alt InSnatrlal Behoal for airla.ijew
taa worst rregreaaae.
The members of tbe woman's centen
nial association In this city, and the
friends of Mrs. Dr. Wardner, will be in
terested in tbe following, which wo clip
from tbe Chicago fottr-Octan ot tbe 19th
The officers of the Woman's Centen
nial Association convened at Sprlugticld
In January last for the purpose ot clos
ing up tbe business ot that organization,
presenting reports, etc. Alter meeting
all demands, about $500 remained iu
the treasury, and the question arose,
what shall wo do with It? Several plans
were propored, but failed to receive
unanimous approval until Mrs. Dr.
Wardner, ot Cairo, earnestly and forcibly
presented tbe need of an industrial borne
ot some kind lor young girls. This
proposition was received with so mu:n
favor that the association reorganized,
with the following officers, in view of
carrying forward tucb a work : Mrs. J. L.
Beveridge, president ; Myra Bradwell,
truaaumr : Mrs. C. ii. Morton, Qulncy.
Illinois, corresponding secretary ; Vice
PreaidanU. Mrs. John A. Loitan. Mrs,
J. C. Strong (Dwight, 111 ). Mrs. P. K.
Brotbersou (Peoria). Mrs. E. C. Harding
(Monmouth), Mrs. J.L. Morrison (Jack
soul. Mrs. Juno Humnhrles (Blooming'
touj, Mrs. C. D. Uayee (Centralln). Mrs.
Dr. Wardner. ot Cairo, was appointed
chairman ol statistics, and she has enter
ed Into correspondence with tbe officers
or visited almost every institution of the
kind In the Union Ana now, armeu
with facts, figures and experience, she
will make au interesting report ot these
plillamhroplea to tne meeting called by
Mrs. Beveridge to meet in the Tremont
House parlors at i p. ni., May 22.
All ladies Interested lu this work are
invited to be present, Mrs. Wirrimr
liaf received, In reply to letters addreesed
to every county clerk In ihe state, fia
tlsttcs from nineteen count it-n. and tu
these nineteen counties alone thnre ore
one hundred ami avetitin glrU under
twelve years ot age in the poor Imii'i-a.
Neither socletv nor the stale can ft 'rd
to allow ilifw girls tn grow up iim-du.
cated, unrestrained. The ounce of pre
vention Is worthy tons of cure. It ihi
ifrt-at country of our Is not ov-r-
vice pour na into it irom trie n-i' i iviii
Zitliin of ll.e old world, 'twill be
I). cause dtrong hand endeavor to I'll
rily Mini' ol the rill and rtM'il'-ef ih
fountain bend-". I'orfl lent h'it fh.ec
inoihi-rleea. h-ini-l gM H iiij'hI Ht
once to tin moilier s 'Vmpathii- Hint In-fTt"-t.
we feel that nothlnir inure U nend'-d
than the m tv aniinunci'ini-nt f ht sm-h a
meeting in the inn-rest of such nn nlijeet
is to be held.
Roin to Let,
Suitable for a Vd room furnished or uu-
furtiiHhed. For particulars Inquire on
tha premises ot Mas. M. B. Uarrull. tf
Two first-class dining room girls
wanted at.tbo Arlington house. Aply
to J. D. Dkan, Prop.
Three mules, spring wagon and har
ness, very low. Appiy to james uus.
Wood I Wood 1 1
A large quantity of wood, ready lor
the stove, for sale at the Cairo and Vln
cennes railroad freight depot, at $8 00
Ii. SI. H O-
There will be a meeting oi the Knights
oltheMystio Krew, Monday (to-morrow)
evening, at 7:30 o'clock. Business
of importance. J. D. Holmes, G. G. M.
Wood ! Wood 1 1 Wood I I !
The Cairo Box aud Basket company
will deliver wood In any part ot the city
at $1.12 a load ; also kindling at 5 cents
a bundle. Ordors may be left with W.
H. Monis, secretary, at his office In the
City National bank building 27-25
It was thought best to postpouo the
entertainment at tbe atheneum lost night
until to night. The citizens especiullv tho
working class are very much occupied
until late Saturday night. It is hoped
everybody will go to-night, tnd we have
no doubt they will bo much gratified.
Mrs. Brometta will certainly be ready to
do her park it.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 13 Fourth street.be
;ween Washington aud Commercial aye
iucs, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and laud
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
ind it to their advantage to call upon
Huie, Loorais & Co., dealers in north
em lako Ice, have removed their office
Irom the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the Ice houses ono door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering Ice In all pariB of theclty.
Those desiring the cold stufl will leave
their orders at the new ofllet?, wher fiey
will receive prompt attention.
J auks Kavanauoh. Manager.
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 5-17-1 iu
Boachee'a Oerraan tyrup
C o ow r e purchase rUht at h me; It
is i ha mo tauco-ss ul nrrpnratb n ev. r in
tr.n Uvje.1 to our i-enpio Ii woiks like
cbarui la all cv-ee lonMimption pueuuio
nia, bemorrb'ges. a tbuia. neve e e..gns.
croup, aud o.b r hroatauu lung d eeaee
No per-uu bat ever ua d ib niedl Ine
without getting Immediate re lef, yet tb. re
are avoid manj pour, auQorlMg. ihtptlea
persona going about our stierta with aus
pluiuus cougb, and tbe voice o' c -nsump-Uon
coming from thtlr lung , that will nut
try it. If you die, It is yuur ow i i-ull, a
you can k' U Paul O. fichu b. druggist, aud
Sat a sample bottla lor W ci n t and try it
ireo dosea will relieve any case itegular
ize onlj 76 couts. eow.
Notice is hereby given to all young
men, between tbe ages of fourteen and
eighteen years, residing la the lSib con
gressional district of Illinois, that a com
peltve examination will be bold at the
ciurt house, in Cairo, Illinois, ou Fri
day, June 15, 1877, tor tbe purpose of se
lecting a cadet mldshlpmau for the Nvral
Academy, at Annapolis, Md. The exam
lnatlon will be held belore s board ot ex
aminers, to be designated hereafter,
whose decision will control mo in mak
ing the appointment. Candidates must
be physically sound, well formed and oi
robust condition, wm. Babtisll,
M. C. 16th DUt. 111.
Tbe preea ot the district wilL plme
Tuesday Morning, 10 o'clock, May
29th, 1877. '.
100,000 Without Reserve.
tl . Winter Stewart, Auctioneer.
The most miserable beings iu tha world
aro those suffering from dyspepsia aud
More than seventy-rive per cent ef the
people in the United btates are afflicted
with tbeso two diseases and tbelr effects
such as sour sfomasb, sick headache, habit
ual coativenesf, palpitation of tho hear
uean-Durn, water brasn, gnawing ana
burning pains at tbe pit of tbo stomach,
yellow bkln, coated tongue and disagree
able ta te in the mouth, coming up of food
after eating, low iplrlti, etc. Go to Paul
u o.uun. aruaraiat. a Tnceni Dome t i
August Flower, or a sample bo tl for
looents, try it two doses will relieve
Was DirABTKBUT Kivnw Kkpot, (
May 'ii, lef77.
Memphia - .... .
"Below high water
JAMES W aJ
W C. JOCELYN, D, D. C.
OiOce un EihJi tr-. betwe-n Wellington
uid com erci.il aveuuea, Cuiio,
NO ITi E OF HNAL .-El'ILEMENT.
tint it-- i.l Til oimK Mil iVai . il i- nan .
1 c nlwn lm ymu t u rl a e t ke u -
11 e III if ha e lile-i my D
al ucciiUui a
ani. li'iii up-
y ii i eouui) i our oi leiuud r
c inti , it jii aa ,i eou i ul probate, al ibe
Ju -r'irm ther ui. i. ivi: o tli- ti.iid
31 d ) oiJj e, . I). 1m 7, for a mil n l
U .il UiH lung, no ail iur uc-r In.bniiy u
adtuiiil t at r ol said e'ut .
M. J. McSAULEY.
AUiniuibti a or.
Cairo, III., May 22d, 187,. dat.
THU F.tt'YKOUKAl'A WILL I'lloDUCE
from one to a thousand t'ac-elmtliea of itny
de.ilgu, wrilmg.d awing, iup,, nonces, pre
liil extunmatiuu pap r, etc., mini one wrii
and an ordinary WipyiunpreBa. Tfti- nroceaa i
amiple, eaay, and i.pid .end for rtescripiive
circular, und adiiresa THE 1' kl'Y 't.KAl'H
i.u , .-orwicn, Lonn. or JOHN aiONTlETII.
a N. Sixth Ht. tit Louis. Mo.
Iff AfflrSffT Tn
11 " SfS FK IT.
! FOR SAI.R nv l r mucph
XW P10WEEB TOBACCO CD. BR00UYI.lt.
S."1'15 ,a 'our wa town. Tiiiiia uad
vvy ea ouiui iroe. u. ualui CO., Port
$55 trt $77 WeekteAganu. 10OLT IT
dav at hum. AjtnlA wnnterl lluifit
and lermi flee. TKVL CO., Auuueta.
A GREAT OFFER JtblZM
dmpoee of lflo pianos and organa, new anc aec-ond-band
of tint-class makes Includiua Waters
grand square aud upright pianos and
linciuuing rneir new souvenir and boudoir)
and boudoir) are
a tljO, 7 1 a do
tne nest made, 7 octave pianos eiiO. 7 1 a do
afnn nwand C-ji
I stops 68. 7stops$C8. S stops J7J. 10 stops
ass. 1-J stops IIC0 cash not Used a year, In per
leot .order and arauted. local and traveling
agenu wantil Illuatrabd Catalogue manid.
A liberal discount to teacher, ministers,
churches, etc Sheei music at half price.
HOKACE 'WATEhs A SONS, Maanfecttirer
and dealers 30 liesl lit at Union, guuare N. y.
Ihe healthiest of as are liable Inobetmcrtn.i
oi the bowls. Dont neglect them it it u-t
neceearry to outrage the palate with naiM-ous
drugs in such cases. Tbe effective lam i
known la Tarrant's Effervescent Seitici Aj.er -em,
and itisalsothe mom aereeabl. It- .der
ation is soothing, covlininr and painlrsa. rid
by all druggists
AC Extra Fine Mixci Cards, with name
6lO lO CU., post)., id. L. JU.Nbn A CO.,
Naaiau, N. Y.
500 Clover Seed Bailers
Send for circular of our new double huller.
Palemtd March March bth 1S77. We challei ge
the world that It will hull a' d clean more seed
clean 11 bett r, that It la mom "ual y handled
tb.n any other huher made 11 d-It -TOWN
UKIClTl.TUIUI. IMC' EME T MA - UF -C-
TUHINQ Co. , Hag rop.wn aid. Agents wanted
itr saie oi ftuwe
to t9n P" dav at home "ample w rtb
3 10 Uis(r -ri.NS0.N4CU., Port
fill A JlAY How to iia It. Snniethixg
new and inubH. Adrlre-i COK iOl-
Hlh auu WuJiiui au. s I ude lo
QtMIXKO car's with naruo l"c Sample
' for Set manip. CD H.MLE A CO.,
Naxsau, N . Y.
0 D WILLIAMSON.
And Dealer in
X: 10 OHIO LEVEE.
40 atttat lot glvim toconsbniuiaau aud J
TAX SALE NOTICE.
To Jacob Christian, Mary Christian and
Rmallue Christian :
You are hereby notulcd that at a tale of
lands for tha delinquent state, county, dis
trict school and other taxes of the year
1874 and eo; tt, held at the court Douse door
In the ctty of Cairo, county of Alexander
and ttata of Illinois, on the sixth day of
September. 174, Marti" Brown purchased
the ual bfu tune,undafse ne, und bf sw
o, und bf se aw, und bf ua sw, und bf nw
se. All tbe above described lands are sit
uated to section three (8). town fifteen (lb)
tnd ta range three (8) west of Sd P M, lu
said county sod state, and that tbe time
given by law for the redemption of said
tandswiU expire on the sixth day of Sep
Martin Brown, Purcbassr.
Cairo, W, May U, wi wt
To JWStyut tola Paper wbo Mais u tale
fti9V!l!t'.79 w" tor osa year.
.Th?i.,Vr!mun 1 "iocrt Illuelraied
Monthly Journal and llousakceuef ' Hagaaiaa,
and one copy of pur new aa aJegaat pnaanta
"A8KI.VU A BLEooWG,"
.V masterpiece of tbe Duaaaidorf scaaol of (ran
palntliK, by Prof. Jordan, aa yoHiK.e
ecuted in the bighost atvle exlbt art. JbtaU
price of, which is , and a eopy of ttM follow
ing beaut Ail poeat .deicriptl y of toe etroao, la
cligaoi illuminated colors for framing.
Ayi but wait, goo wifc, minat
I have fl in a word to aay
vou know wbat to-day It
.Mother, 'tis our wadding dayt
Junt sa now, we sal si supper
when tbegueau bad goneawari
You tat that side, I sal this tide,
Forty years ago to-day I
l hn what plana we laid together i
A hat brave things X meant to dot
Could wr. dream to-day would gad us
At uW table me and voa
Better ao, so donbt and yet I
aomctimea think 1 cannot tell
Hid our boy-ab, yea I I know, 4eari
Y. .-a doeth all thlag well."
w h we'vt hid cur joje and aorrowi, m.
i rl our rrulw aT well aa teeni
meuatof all I've Sad yam
ul love lor forty years)
: .j v e hem. but not foraakea
' 've known, but never
rv. i . riy n"ieaa merctaa
-i iny uoiyname:
Thia Ii a rare ebaaea
you to mate mon
We will nav voa
larre eaah mmmte-
liina.ii.il ,'iv. y. u exclusive territory 6ead
ua one 1 . ler, uv .id unntceaaary eorrespoa
dence ru:ii j..nr territory, and goto work al
once L'l- i. t-ulit t which wa wUl forwara
air-m' ou a; ten Scale of agenvy, etc Speci
men c pi.-- I" ent none free
Addrct Tha Tree aura FnbUahing Oo,
Nu in cedar auwt. New York.;
For Scrofula, and all
strof ulous diseases ry
sipehu, Rose or St. An
thony's Fire, Eruptions
and 'Eruptive diseases
of the skin, Ulcerations
of the Liver, Stomach,
Kidneys Lungs, i'lm
iiilcs, Pustules, Boils,
! Blotches, Tumors. Tet
ter. Salt Ilheuni. Scald
Head, liingworm, Ulcers. Sores,
KhcuniaiUm, Neuralgia, Pain iu the
Bones, Side ntul Head, Female Weak
ncss, Sterility, Leuconhcea, arising
from internal ulceration, and' uterine
disease, Syphilitic and Mercurial dis
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emacia
tion, General Debility, and for Puri
fying tho Blood.
This Snrsnparilla is a combination of
Dock with the Iodides
of Potassium and Iron, and Is the
most efficacious medicine vet known
for the diseases it la intended to cure.
Its ingredients are so skilfully
combined that tho full alterative
effect of each is assured, and while
it is so mild as to be harmles even
to children, it is still so effectual as
to purge out from the system thos
impurities and corruptions which
develop into loathsome disease. '
The reputation it enjoys is derived
from its cures, and the confidence
which prominent physicians all over
the country repose in it proves their
experience of its usefulness.
Certificates attesting Us virtues
have accumulated, and are con
stantly being received, and as many
of theso cases are publicly known,
they furnish convincing evidence of
the superiority of this Sai-saparllla
over every other altcrativo medicine.
So generally is its superiority to any
other medicine knowu that we need
do no more than to assure tho public
that tho best qualities it has ever
possessed aro strictly maintained.
Dr, r. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Matt,,
Prooffcol and Jnalytieal ChtmUt.
SOLD Br ALL PKL'UUISIS EYIBrWHltt
obtained, en ate
medical or other
laotis. i; vents, Assign
etc, promptly attended
ts, InrerftraB lea,
Ofa ee near
hull, in nioa
loaaea, ke te
le u red by ua.
tent iitn-n we can make closer search-
nc intent more promptly and with
1 1 liian those who are rernot from
end as a
' ind advise at to paWatabillty
strictly conddentlal pilose
l NO CUABUK UNLKS
I' LN i'
We rcftr I
1 I ltEi.
i.tli in the Patent oflot. and to
."ui otaie in the Union Addraaa
C. A. SNOW ft CO.
e l'airnt Office Washington, D.C.
Pe'm ne tlv irr. il-not uiiibiif by.-be
uui.th's us 1 r. (J.-i.lar ' OU-bral-
t-d Fit i'oHib-iK lo e-'itvin-e rlid.rrrf
i hit tin sc powder v. ill no -i w. ztnm I r
lliu'ii, we w II eii'i ti-iii
by mill, poet
r Oou'atri la
p ild. a trc ti u Ii x As
tbe i" ; , !')) ii ! tabi
di e . t. a . ,i li I a v ,
k' ottle . t nn ..
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Dt-i d d .ul s .U itr.i tou 5 s vj, t:t,.e
P.iwd. raa emly itmi, mid fce cuh'lr.pc;
ot tbelr curnilve pies
frlc , or inrye box, d. or boxes fur
$10, tutliy mail to auy pa t of United
Stat tor Cna a on tec. tpt "I price, or by
express, CCD Address.
ASH & BOBBINS,
SCO Fultou S.iei t, Brooklyn, K. Y.
All suffertrs Horn ibis d'seste that are
anxious to be cured should try Dr. gree
ner's Celebrated Consumptive fuwder.
I'bese powdi rs are tha only preparation
known that will cure Cooi-umptlon and ail
diseases of tbe throat and luof -wlBdeed,
so strong Is our faith in them, and alto te
convince you that tbey are no humbug, we
will forward to every tuOerer, by neU
postpaid, a free trial box.
w e don't want your money until yon are
perfectly satisfied ol tbelr curaUve fewer.
U you Ufa is worth saving, doo't delay ta
giving these powders a trial, ss tbey wil
surely cure yon.
Price, tor large box, $3. sent to ray Pert
of tbe United States or Canada by oUfl ej'
receipt of price. Adiireet, '
360 Tultoa streak frwMaS".
1.11,1 S III .llawgaMaaaSaaAwage
- Lut idvertls'a tall 0. H