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' ' -urn, highlit noliunn uaiW appropriate heading
lUwtau of Sl.W per loonta at eiifuarywr
, iybU u,uittly in advance. n
, Hat dwara. SMovoa u4 list Ware.
, A HALLEY-bUrnflt0VM,Tlaoil Hunt
wUr, Gaideaand fum' linjiknnuU, Wire
Jem!, Hiftlgerators, i'nmr-a tut) Udder.
u. Coemrrll Avmut. ttrnw-flng, and Job
, u dune on abort ootire.
br, tfoorlnc, ceding, ai'tliif and surtaued
Inmbrr, lath sad stiluses, orllce and yard
oruer Twentieth street and Washington .venue
"p.m.rSiillrtiijr rewtM -
Older a.m. toSiOop.nUVoJn
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I jimp ami til kind of fancy articl-,. I oniiner-
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lUHmruiKiavcnuu iuu , awiiinauiu .venue.
t-'lof bins and Hrrvtiaut Tailoring.
JOHN ANTRlM-MerrhantTailorend dealer
In Kemdy Mads Clothing, ill Ohio Uiw,
Rml Kulale Arenrla.
M. J. HOWLEY-Ueul Latate Agent- Huya
ami sen real uuw, collert renin, pays lam
Cor nun-rwil Junta etc.. Commercial ayeuus, l-
iwwd rrnin aim lenm uv.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Sired Coueeiioa witha:iernLinn
Train Leave Cairo
1:20 p.m. Fast KxprftM, arriving In H.
Lout 8;W p. n.; Chicago, 7:-'W, a.m.
3 20 P.m. CINCINNATI ti LOUIS
vIlle FAST LINE
arriving n Cincinnati (4:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, H:'i5, a.m.; Indianapolis, 4:ir a.m.;
Peaetnger by this train arrive at above
OF ANY OTflZS ROOM.
1:30 p. m. Fact Mail with leepr atlarh
kd. for 8T. LOt 1.1 and CUiCAdO,
arrlvlnj In St. Ixula at ti-M a.m. tbi
raio at 4..'W p.m. JonnctliiK at O.JIrj
or Ktlineham lor Cinoinnatl, lx)Ul?Tillc
FAST TIME EAST
farfMngtrt by this line go through to
tbe Kant without any delay railed by
n.a SATUItUAY AKTERNOON TKA1N
KKOM CAIKO AliKIVKS IN NKW
VORK MONDAY JIOKNI.Mi
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHER UOITE.
AdvertWiuent of compellnc l!nf that
Ibey nake better time than tbi oni', ar
are laaued tithi-r thrnUKh icoraucr or a
rtealreto luialcad the pulillr.
hor through ti.-keln and intoruntlnn,
ipply at lllinui- Central H. U. Depot, . oiro.
iRAisa trniivi ai cai;
'.itii - - ..2;') p in.
lad 1:4'. a m.
G.-n'l Souibern Agt.
J. II. .Ionf.x, Tlukut Ak-
lihc h)':m of crrora and !iiim in
Iuj O I"
rail, it'i . .'i bum.w.
llmentu to marrni," rfmovt"!
m inHhnil oip tfullufnt ew
.anil remarkable renxdi'-n . Hook
ml nronlnrri iKlit in In laled
jtnvel !. Addep HoAa! An-
u., iiti,.v ii j n. inTn hi. i una-
delpliia. An institution bav
lirsa ti iac ri'uiation tor honur
Ulile eoDd'ii't and rfMiinal
For artisllc t'hotofrr&pns at animlcrate
;of call at riiMtavo W'i'fU i ;ill-ry.
Hore, bucffj, lirne, n acampluto
titflt for the satnp. The hnre, five
years old, buKBi' and harness nearly
new, all lor one hundred and fifty dolliirx.
Apply to N. W. Hacker, TO Ohio levee.
lira. ' Thomiiaon A Mrrmr, lloiiieo
Witb some thirty year's experieiKie in
thepraetieein the profeaiion, are court-
dent in tendcriiiK our service to the
public Oftlee So. Ul dhio leyee, up
jtalri, , .V20-tf
Bata Von a ronft-ti ?
that dry, hacking' cough Is the herald
ol approaching consninptlon. ' To check
ihe awllt VroreBS of the destroyer,
prompt and decisive meatire must be
reported to. A doec ot Pr. Morris' Syr
up of Tar, Wild Chorry and Horeliound,
taken when the coughing spells come on,
wlM aflord imraedlato relief, and event
ually effect thorough cure. It will be
lound equally beneficial in all forms of
throat and lung disorders. In cases of
croup it la of ineatiniablo value Call at
tho drug store of
v BARCLAY BROS',
and Inquire about it. They will iurnlsh
you with a trial slzo bottlo for 10 cents.
Large sizes CO cents and One Dollar.
Also, agents for Trot. Parker's Pleas
ure Worm Syrup, which' never tails.
Pleasant to Like, and requires no physic
Price 23 touts.
, 4 , "Tabaeo and Cis'i. '
jlerchantg.Broecrs, and saloon-keepers
should not torfot that Messrs. Corlis &
Itsnklpt proprietors of the Prairlo Stato
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an establishment at the corner
of Slxtfl street and Ohio levee la this
city where they wl). do a wholesale and
retnjl business In tho tobacco and cigar
lliie. ; Xhcy havo on hand the largest
and most comploto Block ot
obacco tndi; ( cigars , ever ; opened
IrvLCalroV .tn; are promired to
supply. Jhe wanU. of the trade at the
loweit'BvIhg prices. : Dealers are In
vltecl to call ani examine their stock .
Uyer and cleaner of ladies' and geBtlo
menV jannenU, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentlemen' - hats dyed and
cleaned utd blocked la 'the latest stylo.
CbealcaTaoap on band, warranted to
rmottlfflpnrltieitTOiiian tabrld with
out Injury to tke atwlJ. !
K M, K.t.
Th knights of th above order rueet
at their lull the flru and thud Monday
Id each month. Couiinorcial avenue, Kd door
suutliof l-SUi Hirl, IH p m.
Juun U. iloi.Mks.U. li. M.
ASCALON LODQK, NO. 111.
Knight of I'ythla, meets every Frt
'lay night at half-peat vn, in Odd
Fellows' llall. flows,
O ALEXANDER LOD0I, NO. XM.
liuleptsndcnl Order of 0.ld-'i-Iowa,
owta (very Xburaday niKbl
al bau-at aevwi, lit their hall on
oiuineruiai avanue, orvgfuu aum anv aeventii
.reeU WiLLk. liKI, N. (i
TYJKO ENCAMPMi!Pfl O. 0. r..nibeU
yuiO(.l-,Uow.' Hall on the flrat and tldrl
l ueaday id vry ibontu, al uau-patit auvan
A. CoMiMOfl, C 1
M a ...
ACAIKiiLOUUK. NO.'J7,A.r. A A. M.
Hulil reinilar uonuniinicationa ill Ma.
J tonic Hull, comer Comoierclal arenoa
' ' and fciKtiui atrmi, oa the Devond and
'oiirlh Miiudav ol each uionlb.
HATKN OF ADVKBI4I.VM.
rJ"All tiilla for advrtiiijK, arc due an1 pay
able is Auva.ica
Transient ailvertiaing will b instrteil utlba
ratu af 11 00 per rquare for the first ins-Tlion
and 5" cento for each aubbuent one A lllwral
dlaoount will bt tiuvle on utauding and diajd
For tnaertluii Fuiitral notice SI ) Notiix of
mwtinx of awletles or aeeret url.-rs vj oeon for
Cbur'h, Honlety, Festival and Supper notlnri
will only lie Inserted a a lvertlaemeuta
Na advertisement will be mvive at Iwa Uian
50 (nU, and no aavertljnent will )k inn'-rted
for lein than thn dollar ler month
i.ucai. bi'ni.i:nn .1010:4
Of one square (H lines space) or more, In
serted In the Dullkti.n as follows : (Less
titan one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square - $ W)
Two insertions per square-. 73
Throe insertions per square 1 00
.Six insertions per square 1 73
Two weeks per square 2 30
One month per square. 3 50
Special rates made oa lurye, advertise
ments or for lonr time,
I oral Waatneir Keporl.
C'Aiao, III., laitt .',
Jiaa. 1 'Tub. I Wi5d. I Ml. With
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jo. ii ;s s i j
rainfall, ..1 iDh
.1 A. NIKS WAT305,
Bervtant. Slxnal Hervlce, I'. H.A.
"XDAY. JfNE 3, 1k77.
A house on Division ftrcet. between
Washington aveniiH und Walnut tdrei t.
Apply to W. K. Smith.
positive cure. Painliss and stain-
li'.s. I'rjcefl. Order from I Jr. 'uincy
A. S ott, :!7 1'fini ave., Pittsburg, Pa.,
r through any druggist. A liberal dis
count to dealers. I ireuhr free.
rirtiire ami Hrarkei.
1). C. Kuril has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue;
near Tenth street. He has opened a
lur'O stock of brackets, shelve', frames,
rhroinos, picture cord and tassel, ctir-
tjilu tHSieK laiicy naili, hat rack", eto.
Picture fraiiiing uiade a speciality
(Jhroaios mounted in tbe cheapest and
tx---t style. 1m
llollnwny a Hill and Oluluienl .
.Scrulula waiootinidered incurable until
be great discovery of "Uolloway'a Tills
and () merit'1 flashed upon tbe world.
Diseases ulilch baffled the skill ot the
medical si-hools, readily yield to these peer
le.a reracdlra. Scurvy, eryelpelsa, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are ciirablo by them. Twenty-livn eenta
per bn or pot.
To all who are wittering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a Kcipc that will
cure you, fr'-e of charge. This great
cmeily w as discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joeph T.
Imiun, Station D. Bible House, Xew
Tlie ItehrU of trie Malcni
.Must either pass through its natitial
channels of exit, the bowels, the kidneys
and the pores, or, in default thereof,
poison and disorder the fluids of tho sys
tem. In order to effect the complete ex
pulsion of this dangerous refuse, the
organs through which it passes oil must
be active and unobstructed. Fortunately
there Is a certain means of rendering
them so when they are not. Hostctter's
Stomach Bitters stimulate tho action oi
the excretory organs, and by diffusing a
genial warmth through the circulation,
encourage moderate perspiration. By
this triple effect the exodus ot the toecal
and other waste matters are encouraged,
ond tho system freed from peril it would
othcrvviso Incur. The action of the
bowels which follows the usoo this
beneficent alterative Is easy and unac
companied by griping, aud its stimula
tiyc eflect upon tho urinary organs very
conducive to their local health.
rroBMliiK Ihe Ueaert
la generally an cveuttul episode in life;
whether It be as pilgrim to worship the
prophet's shrluo at Mecca, or as a part oi
a carayan ot merchants. Tha dangers of
the destructive simoon, attacks ol preda
tory robbers and the agony of dying
from thirst are dissipated on reaching
one of thoso gardens ot tho dc.se; t, 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, wa shall
realize that necessary and refreshment In
traveling life's desert which has been dh
covered 1q tue Hoys Stomach Bitters.
LOCAL FOCXII FZSCZI.
Dyinond Grain Powder only 30 cents
per in. at the New York store. ft
"Domestic'' Sewing machines $43
at Hannon A Co.'s agency. lit
lley. .1. D. Gillliara will conduct ser
vices In the Metlnijlst church this morn
ing and cvcnhijj; at the usual hours of ser
Singer Sewing .Machines ut St
l.ouls prices, at His agency of Hannon
4 Co. ;h
Baking Powder, the beat in use lor
".' cents per.pound at Now York Store.
Mr. It, J. Cuudiil is suffering from a
partial paralysis of the lower extreml
ties. He, with his family, will In a day
or two go to Hot Springs, Arkansas
Kor frch and fashionable dry goods
and clothing, go to Solomon Pareira's
No. I ll, Commercial avenue. 1 3-lm.
The coolest place iu the city, and
the best beer will be found at Loul"
Herbert's Merchats Kxchango. it
The Kev. Mr. IiillotrI.ee will coi.
duct tho services at the Episcopal
church to-day as usual. Hours of ser
vices 11 a. ru. and 7: 13 p.m. Sunday school
at '.):.) a. in.
Miss Rogers and .Miss Thompson
will leave Cairo to-morrow for Syca
more, Illinois, where they will spend a
portion of their vacation.
Soloman Parelra, at the old stand,
111 Commercial avenue, is now offering
his choice stock of dry goods and cloth
ing at great bargains. Call on him.
You can buy Sewing Machines as
cheap in 'airo as any ol the cities. Call
and see Hannon A Co. 3t
Only 5 ceuts lor a gloss of beer at
I.ouiiC'. Herbert's, on Commercial av
enue and Eighth street. It.
Rev. T. J. Shores wants a new bell
for his church, and is circulating a paper
soliciting subscriptions toward paying for
It. The bell is beln;j made In Pittsburg,
and will cost one hundred and lifty dol
lars. Mr. Shores informs us thatan "Injun
preacher"' will occupy his pulpit this
morning and evening, and be invites as
many white citizens as can make it con
venient to come and hear him.
Shoes, Gaiters and Slipper, call and
examine the cheapest line of shoes ever
sold in Cuiro at New York Store. 4t
Justice of the Peaco turnings, having
removed to .Jude Bross' office, corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will be found in his olllce from
n to 12 o'clock, a. m., daily. 1-3-tf.
The Cairo City Bindery, A. W. Pyait
JL Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work oi'i'Vci y description in their line in
llr-t-cla-s and workmanlike manner, lui
K. M. Ward has gone into the ice
business, and is now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of the city. Orders left
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the Ice delivered guar
anteed. 1 2-1 m
Persons having magazines, periodi
cals, etc., wbfch they deire to have bound
should take them to the Cairo City Bind
ery, w here they will be done at reasonable
rates and in lirt-cluss order. 1-1 m
Vegetables of every description are
now plenty and cheep In this market.
Almost the only thing that does not
"come down" is cabbage. Twenty to
twenty-live cents per head is the ruling
There ,1s considerable complaint
among teamsters and draymen of the
condition of Tenth streets in the vicinity
of tbe old city pump. We have not no
ticed the street, and only speak from
The Misses I'attison, teachers in
our public schools, left for St. l.ouis yes
terday. Alter spending a few days hi
that city they go to Chicago, and from
there they go to their home in Freeport.
Miss i.ucretia Walbridge accompanied
them us f ir as St. l.ouis.
Remember that the regular Sunday
train on the Cairo aud Viucennes rail
road leaves at 4 o'clock, p. m., making
close connection at Viucennes with roads
leading to all eastern cities. By taking
the Cairo and Vincennes train at Cairo
on Sunday the passenger is landed in
New York on Tuesday morning.
Tho description of the two limbs of
the law, who criticised tho ancient his
tory clas3 o( the high school, by Miss
Cavendcr in the school paper, wa3 racy,
and we have no doubt both tho gentle
men are ready to cry " enough '. " Miss
Cavcnder has originality and genius, and
can use her pen with great eflect.
Solomon Parcira, No. 144 Commer
cial avenuo, U now receiv-ino; a choice
selection ol dry goods and clothing of
every description. Mr. Sam. Ullman is
in charge of the establishment, and ex
tends a cordial invitation to the public
generally to call and examine the stock.
It is no trouble to show goods. 1-3-1-m
Coffee We ofler 4 lbs. choice Tea-
berry tor $1 00.
4 lbs. Golden coffee lor $1 00.
4 lbs. choice Rio coffee for SI 00.
4 j lbs. prime Itiooffeo for $1 00.
5 lbs. fair coffee lor $1 00.
At New York 4tore. 4t
Jacob Klee, corner of Washington
avenue and Twelfth street, is now pre
pared to supply the citizens of Cairo witb
pure lake ice at the lowest living prices.
His wagon makes daily rounds, and will
deliver Ice In any part' ot tho city. Ice
depot at comer Washington avenue aud
Twelfth street, where all orders should
bo left. 1-a.tf
Hams, breaklast bacon We offer to
the retail trade best brands of suger
cured canvased bams for I2Jc per lb.
Sugar cured breakfast bacon from 11 to
12 per lb. Our stock in meats comprises
all lines, which we shall offer at the
lowest cash orlces. New York stnro. it.
1 Du Quoin Tribune: A young wo
man with a child called at the Centralia
house, Centralis, Saturday night for a
room, and left an order to L culled tor
the early train la the morning. She lett
on the truiu north, apparently having
the child with her. While cleanlnir tha
room the chambermaid found tbe child
In bed. Tho whereabout or the woman
are unknown. She irare tho name o
The shower ol yesterday morning
laid the dust of our streets, which was a
gid act on the part of the clouds, be
cause, if those gracious drops had not
fallen, who could have lived on cither
side of plowed-up Washington avenue?
As it is, we shall have a level street, not
dustv. and all of us will be readv. occa
slon oflering, to get up and call Mayor
Inter, his street committee and Gor
man, one and all, good boys.
Arrivals at the Arlington Houso yes
terday were: W.O.Couly, Jackson Tenn;
C. Arter, city; S. B. Penn, Hinkleville;
David Porter, Rolla Porter, New Grand
Chain; Joe St;el, Sparta, III.; J. X, Clark,
Himvillo, Mo.; Jas. c. ruray, St. Louis;
A. Hogliu, Belknap; J. II. Burnett. Chi
cago; B. F. Snesler, Chicago; K. S. Rem
ington, J. S. Armlngton, New Orleans;
J. C. Davidson, ana wife, ilia Ridtre:
Wm. E. Hess, St. Louis.
Refrigerators, the very best, at A.
Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden aud farmers' im.
piemen's, plows, corn planters and shell-
ers, sulkcy rakes, and a general stock of
stoves, tin and hardware, Uower stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanirinir baskets ot nil
kinds ; the largest variety ol bird cages
in cue city ana will be sold very low at
A. Halley's, 113 Commercial avenue.
Mr. Ed. Braxtou. that chief of ton.
sorial artists, has taken charge of the
snop on fcigiitli street, owned by the late
Daniel Lampert. Ed. Braxton Is one ol
the best barbers in the state, as well as a
gentleman iu his intercourse with his
patrons. He was one of the sufferers In
the late fire at the cornerof Khrhth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi-
)y- Heisnowtrrlntrrobuild lin nciiin
and we bespeak tor him a lair share ot
patronage, lie deserves it. tf
Some time during- Thundav nij?ht
burglars succeeded iu gaining en
trance to the residence ot Mr, Hin-
klo ou Ninth street between Wi.
nut and Cedar streets. The room
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. lliukle was
entered, and Mr. Hinkle's aocket-book
taken from his pocket. Fortunately he
had deposited his money during the af
ternoon, and the thief did not secure
to exceed two or three dollars. The
thief or thieves made their cscane with-
Some time during Friday night or
Saturday morning burglars succeeded
In getting into Ihe residence of Mr. Le
high, at the corner of Twelfth and Pop
lar streets, by prying open one of the
windows. Mr. Lehigh's room was en
tered and his watch and a sum of money
stolen. Iu the morning Mr. Lehigh
found his pants In the yard, the pockets
turned inside out, and every Udng ot val
ue taken. A at tha residence of Mrs.
Hiukle the night previous, the theives
succeeded in making their eape with
out being seen.
Rev. Mr. George will conduct ser
vices In the Presbyterian church to-day-morning
and evening at the regular
lours. Sunday school at th
On Friday evening the further hear-
Ing of the Union county bond case was
posrponea until Monday, the 13th inst.
This course was taken in order to ac
commodate some ot the gentlemen con-
nected with the case who have imuort-
ant business elsewhere, and at the same
time give the court here an opportunity
to dispose of the criminal docket, which
will bo taken up and be disposed of to
morrow with all possible speed.
-Miss Cavemler, one of t le ntinils of
the high school, a youn? girl in the be-
ginning of her teens, has pictured the
. one urigaue ot Cairo ' in wittv verses.
and in a ' Parody In tho Room." ha
drawn caustic pictures of several of her
fellow-pupils. II,;r poetical "Address tn
a Mosquito" a parody on Prentice's
Closing Year," is also a good thing in
its way. These very erednhle vorsitl.
cations were read in tho closing exer
cises ot the high school, on Friday last.
l ney wero listened to with laughter anil
rewarded by the loud npplaiwe of the
Arrivals at the St. rimri.-a roci-or.
day were J. M. McEthary, Jonesboro;
G. L. Voodry, Bloomington; Phil Enler,
F. U. Buse, Frank Triplets. St. Louis;
James Morris, Cane Gimnionn. .t j
Scholem, Eyansvllle; C. Bcntlhe'im,' St.'
louis; .urs. u. u. urcenfleld.Greenficld's
Landing; J.Tyer, Phlladelnhln- n r2,
and wife, Boliver, Tenn.; K. P. Jorges-
ser anu lamuy. .ew Orleans- II. f,
Forwood, New York; J. C. Barlett, Lou
Isville; F. F. Lack, New Orleans; John
W. Crego, Bloomington; V. E. Clifford,
Chicago; A. AV. Zimmerman, Dayton',
onio; . a. liempman, cnicago; E. W.
Arriner, St. Louis; S. A. Beattie, Salem,
A dilllculty occurred between two
colored men on Friday evening near
Rev. Nelson kix s cnurcn. itcv. L. IL
Williams employed Sandy Rodman to do
some work for him, and when the work
was done Williams did not hove the
wherewith to settle with Sandy. Wil
liams had a basket ol fish which he pro
posed to sell, aud by that means hoped
to raise money enough to satisfy Sandy's
claim. But it was lute at night
and nobody would buy the
fish, and Williams couldn't
pay. Sandy believed Williams was try
ing to swindle him. They came to blows,
and in tho melee both were pretty badly
used up. Yesterday Williams procured
Redman's arrest and tho trial came off
before Judge Bird. On the trial it was
proven that Williams had used a knife
on him and had inflicted several ugly
cuts. Redman was discharged and the
costs of the trial assessed agalust Williams,
he Cairo Pulllo Library has bten
enriched by the following timely and ac
McCabe's History of the War between
Germany and France, from Miss
Redpath's History of the United States,
prepared especially lor schools, from
A. B. Saffbrd.
Redpath's United States History, from
the aboriginal times to tbe present day,
from Jones Brothers A Co., Cincin
Poems, by William Cullen Bryant, 11-
lmtrated by 100 engrsvlugs, with auto-
graph ot tho author, trom Wm. P.
Tho donors will please accept thanks
and good wishes. C. C. C. Goss,
Librarian ot Cairo Public Library.
At a meeting ot a large number of the
citizens of Southern Illinois, held on the
30th day of May, 1S77, at tho national
cemetery at Mound City, Illinois, tor the
purpose ot decorating the soldiers'
graves, Col. George W. McKeaig was
elected president, and H. G. Carter sec
retary, after which the chair Introduced
Col. E. W. Bagby, of Kentucky, who ad
dressed the meeting In a well-timed and
eloquent speech, which was followed by
a very feeling and patriotic speech dellv
ered by Col. Wallace, of Missouri, at the
conclusion ot which the following named
gentlemen of the Eighteenth; congress
ional district were appointed by the
chair to a:t as a committee of arrange
ments for tho next annual decoration
day which will take place as above on the
30th day of May, 1S7S, to-wlt :
Major S. A. Lewis. A. Ackerman and
H. G. Carter.
Col. John Dougherty, C. O'Calahan
and C. Kirkpatrlck.
Col. G. W. McKeaig, J. C. White and
Major A. J. Kuykandall, J. (,'. Crum
and T. (J. Farrls.
apt. J. C. Willis, Charles Barfleld
and Hon. T. B. Hicks.
Hon. Isaac Clements, L. P. Butler and
II. C. Mertz.
Judge Deitrich. Hon. Wm. llart.ell
and J. T. McBrlde.
Col. Robert Ilundly, N. J. Perrlne
and Hon. Jesse Bishop.
Hon. A. D. Pierce, Win. Sloan and
editor Golconda Herald.
Hon. C. B. Ferrell, Hon, J. D. Led
better and Hon. W. S. Morris.
Edward Ackerman, Treasurer.
H. G. Carter, secretary ol committee.
Whereupon the committee adjourned.
Geo. W. McKeaki, Chairman.
II. G. Carter, Secretary.
Mboo Fly I
Gd to Louis C. Herbert's saloon for an
Ice cool shoo fly glass of beer, at 5 cenTs
Eight lbs. of white coffee sugar for $1,
at New Y'ork Store. -kt
Three mules, spring wagon and har
ness, very low. Apply to James Ross.
Pieces of choice prints at lower prices
than ever sold belore in Cairo, at New
Y'ork Store. it
Boom to Let.
Suitable for a bed room lurnished or un
furnished. For particulars inquire on
the premises of Mrs. M. B. IUrrki.l. tf
Wood I Wood It
A large quantity of wood, 'ready tor
the stove, for sale at the Cairo and Viu
cennes railroad freight depot, at $8 00
per ear. It
We offer two lbs. standard peaches for
12j cents ; all other canned goods very
low lor cash, at the New York store.
Wood I Wood 1 1 Wood I ! t
The Cairo Box and Basket company
will deliver wood in any part ot.tho city
at $1.12 a load ; also kindling at 3 cents
a bundle. Orders may be lctt with W.
H. Monis, secretary, at his oftlce In the
City National bank building 27-23
Wholeanle and Retail,
Our stock is the largest assorted stock
in Southern Illinois, being complete in
ail lines. We offer our goods at lower
prices than ever before sold in this mar
ket. All wo ask Is to call and obtain our
prices for cash. Truth will out. New
York Store. It
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
dnd kt to their advantage to call upon
ICE! ICE I
Huse, Loonus & Co.,' dealers lu north
cm lake lee, have removed their olllce
lrom the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the ice houses ono door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering lee tn all parts of the city
Those desiring the cold stuff will leave
their orders at the now ofllce, where they
will receive prompt atteution.
James Kavanaihiii, Manager.
Cairo, Illh., May 17, 1877. 5-17-1 in
TTTM. B. IKITB . ..
Physician tfc Surgeon,
Office Id Winter's Block, corner Seventh aad
Comniarolal Avenue, (eatrane on Seventb.
KHlOeBcaTtumenUi street, wett of Washington
The undersigned have formed a co-partnership In the wholesale
LIQUOR & WINE
Business, heretofore carried on by F: M. Stockfleth, and will
continue the same at the
No. 62 Ohio Levee,
Under the firm name of
Stockfleth & Bross
And invite their friends and patrons to call on them.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
To myjormtr patrons and the public generally :
Havina formed a co oarfnershfo with F. Brnne
and favorably known in the city and vlcinty, I hereby return my
thanks for past favors and patronage, and solicit a continuance
ot ine same in tne future.
Wah DarAHTuaNT, Hi van khjt, I
I LOW WATBR.
FT IN T. LI.
Cairo I Jl 2 n
Cincinnati M )o .. i
Loaieville - - A I
NaabviUe II 11 t
8t. Lorn '.'0 11 X k
Kvanaville 7 f 4
Memphia u I'.i U t
Vlckdbum; fi I) u 3
New Orlenna 3 to X :l
IWow high ratn 71
Surgca Sixuul .Serviue, U.S. A,
W. C. JOCELYN, D.D. C.
Ollkc on EiuhUi itreet. Mtren W.l,ih.i.,
and Commercial avenue, Cuiro, ills.
.Statu, ok Illinium, i
Alexander County, j
Ih the Alexander County Circuit Court.
.Samuel Slant Taylor and Kdwln Parsons,
Trustee ol the Cairo City I'ropertv.
Bill to Enforce Vendor's Lien.
Pubilc notice is hereby tWeuthal n ,Ui-.
nance of a decree rendered by said court
In tbe above entitled cause., at tbe January
term thereof, A. D. is". I, John V. liar
man, Matter in chancery ot said county,
will, on Friday, tbe 8th day ot June, A. D.
1877, at tbe hour of ten o'clock a. m. of
said (lay. sell at public auction, to tbe hlt?li-
est bidder, tor cash, at tbe Iront door of
tue court bouse iu tbe city
of Cairo, In Raid countr and
state, tbe following described real estate,
to wit: Lot nuruhored five 1,'n in block
numbered tblrty-tive (3.'i), in tho first ad
dition to the city of Cairo, in the county of
Alexander and state of Illinois, together
with all and singular the privileges und ap
purteaances thereunto belonging aud there
JOI1N IJ. IJAHMiX,
w4t Mustot inChancerv
Cairo, Ills., May 17. 177.
; j. ii ...
.'tate of Illinois, i
Alexander County, j
In the Alexander County Clr:uit Court.
Samuel Staats Taylor aud Eiwm Parsons,
t rustees oi tne Cairo city rroperty,
Bill to Enforce Vendor's Lieu.
Public notice Is hereby (riven that In uur-
suance of a decree rendered by said court
In tbe above entitled cause, at the January
term, A. 1). 1877, 1, John cj. Barman, Mas
ter in Chancery of Bald county, will, ou
Friday, the 8th day of June, A. 1). 1871, at
the hour ol 11 o'clock a. in. of said day,
sell at public auction at tbe Iront door of
tbe court houte In tbe city ot Cairo, in said
county and state, to tbe highest bidder, lor
cash in hand, tin following described real
estate, to wit: Lot numbered eighteen (18)
In block numbered ninety (00), in tbe first
addition to tbe city of Cairo, iu tbe county
of Alexander and State of Illinois, together
witb all and singular the privileges and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or apper
taining. .ions IJ. 11ARMAN,
w4t Master In Chancery.
Cairo, May 17, 177,
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1 ss
Alexander County, j
In the Alevander County Circuit Cuui t-Bill to
hntorce enuor uru .
Samuel Siaats, Taylor and Eilwln I'uraona,
Trtialeea of Uie Cairo City I'roiwrly
Andrew J. Aailerdon.
Public notice la hereby Klven that In lmrau-
auce of a decree, rendered by auid court in the
above entitled cause, at tbe -lanuury term Uiere
ol', A. I. Ifr7, 1, John (j. Barman, master in
chancery nf aald county, will, on Friiluy, the
.... -.- ( . 1.7 . ih. 1. n . . . A- .
im uay oi tHiiiw, a . i't ' , iMju, ii i .
o'clock, ru., of laid day, aell at publlo auction,
at the Iront door of the court house, in the eity
of Cairo, In aaidcounlv and stale, lollie IiIkIi
est bidder for cash In hand, subject however 10
Ihe payment of Mini lnciainieni ox purenase
money yet to become due, according to ihe third
bond or not in complainant'e hill herein men
tioned and complainant' vendor lien on tbe
real estate aecurlnif payment thereof, the follow
Inirdticribed real estate, to-wlt: lots uum-li.tnslthirtv-eiiilit
(its) and thirty-nine H '). iu
l,ii.rk numbered twentv-eiKbt (-) in the Ural
addition to the city ol' Cairo, In the county of
Alexander, and atute oi imuoia, anu loKuuier
with all and singular tbe privileges and appur
tenance thereunto belonuSnff or appertaining .
wit. Master in Chancery.
Cairo, 111.. May 17th, 1S77.
TAX SALE NOTICE.
To Emanuel Holmes, Richard Pratt, snd
all otbor concerned :
Yon are hereby notitlod tbat at a sale oi
lands and lots for the delinquent state,
county, district school and other taxes of
tbe year 1874 and coita, held at tbo court
bouse door In the city ol Cairo, county of
Alexander aud state ot Illinois, on tha 2d
day of September, 187. Thomas Martin
purchased the land following, to-wlt : The
N. K. N., K. of aoction 81, township it),
south range i wait ; also, N . V., N. V. of
sectlou u2, townslilplO, loutbrauge 2 west,
taxed and sold in tho name of Nathalie 1
Holme. Bald certldoate Is assigned to the
undersigned. All situated In said county
aud state, and that the time given by law
for th redemption of said land wld expire
on the 2d day of September, 177.
JAMES H. MULCAHEY,
Asalgnee ot Thomas Mattln, Purchaser. .
May S2d, 1877. W3t.
r. M. STOCKFLETH.
Estate ol Frederick E. Watermeter, de
ceased. The undersigned, having been appointed
administrator of the estate of Frederick; K.
W atcinieler, late of the county of Alexan
der and State ot Illinois, deceased, hereby,
VIVOS not il-n tllkf ha nrlll .nr.... .rn..
j ihe county court of Alexander county, at
the court house in Cairo at tbe July term,
1 on tbe second Monday in July next,at which
i time all persons having claims against said
! estate are notified and requested to attend
: for tbe DUrtJOSn nl hivlnn tho annio .,(-
justed. All persons indepted to said es
tate are requeued to make immediate pay
ment to tba undersigned.
,J,-ftta.,th.l 2-d ,lax My. A. D.
18.i. ALGLST WAxKUMKltK,Aam'r.
Estate of Green B. Parker, deceased-
Tne underaigned, haying been appointed
administrator of tbe estate of Green B.
1 arker.lateof the county ol Alexander.and
State of lIlinoiH, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that they will appear Wore the county
court of Alexander county, at the Court
Houte in Cairo, at tha June term, on the
,.,.iiUBy ln june next, at which
time all persons baying claim againit said
etato are notltled and requeued to attend
for the pin-pone of having the same ad
lusted. All persons indebted to said eatata
ure requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated thl isth day of April A. D. 1877
o grbknlicv and JohnH. Parker,
-s "v Administrators.
Kstale of Move M. Willis, deceased:
The undersigned, having been appointed
administrator of the estate of Gove.
M ilh late ol the county of Alexander
and state of IUlnola, deceased, hereby
give notice that he will appear before the
county court of Alexander county, at the
court house in Cairo at tbe June term, on
i tne tnird Monoay in June next, at which
uiucm i persons navm claim against said
estate are notified and requeued to at
end for the purpose of having tbe same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make Immediat pay
ment to the undersigned.
Dated this llth nay ol April, A. D. 1877.
JAMES W.LLls. Adm'r.
Is hreby given that oefmlt having been
made lor more thau hi .ty . aysin tbe pay
ment ot a portion ot t e amount tenured to
be t ai l by certain murt.-aite executed by
Max Kunne and Michael Jungmeter to
Sumuel -taats Taylor aud Edwin Patsom
trustee of tbe Cairo olty property, dated
July HOth, 1873, recorded In tue recorder's
otUce, ot Alexander Conniy, in tbe State
of Illinois, id book 0 ol deed-; on pages fci,
etc. 1, tbe undersigned, auccesaor of said
Tnistets, win on Satur.iay, the 12ih day of
May, instant, A. D., 1877, at 10 o'clock, tn
iht forenoon oi that day, under and by
virtue of the power ot sale contained in
said Mortgage, sell, at publio auction, to
the highest bidder, lorcasli, at the ottice
building of S. s. Tayior. corner of Wah
liiKton avenuo and Eighteenth street, In
said City of Cairo, in Alexander County
and State ot Illinois, lots numbered 7
(seven) and a (eight) In block numbered
Taiseveuty-tbree); in said tliy of Cairo,
according to tbe recorded plat-thereof,
with the appurtenances, to satlsty the pur
poses and conditions of said Mortgage.
Dated Cairo, 111., May 1st, 1877.
Trustee of the Cairo City Property.
llinneery Mo tic.
Joseph A. Phillip,, Lm Phillips, Zaehailah C.
I'lullips, Caroline J. Ilarniah and fcllzabetb
K. Itusengri-en are no tilled that on tha nth day
1' April, Is", the trustees of schools ol' town
ship seventeen south range one west,
complainant tiled its. bill in chanrery ifaiKI
you aud Maw-ret .V Koonce, Kenjamin
Parker aud llyron F. Jtlake, adminis
trator, elc. defendeats tn the Alexander
county curcuit court in the state of Illinois fur
foreclosure of nioitnage, and that aald suit
ib now pending la said court; that a summon
iiiereupon idsueu ouiorsuiu court agninstsaid
dei'endents, returnable on the third Monday
nf May 1S77, to a term of said court then to tw
holdan at the tcourt house in the city of Cairo,
lu said Alexuuder county.
John A, Ruva, clerk.
April loth, IfOJI
Vdll.tfl la liACkhw a van tA rM.4 Dl.w
that Elizabeth Kltchie on the Id day ol
April. 1877, filed in tbe circuit court of At
exander county, State of Illinois, bet bill
in chancery lor a divorce tram him, too
said Croed Ritchie, and that thereupon)
siimmnna In ihi,n.rv Isaniut mm a, .-,.a
court at the suit of said ClUabeik Kltcoia
and against the said creed Kltoiuo return
ablo to a term ol said court to ba bolden
at the court house lu Cairo, in said Alex
ander county, on the third. Monday of
May, A. D 1877, which said suit fTitw
puuuiug uciure saiu court. .
JUM.X A.IU.IUV A,l.irUlllvTtrR.
April 3d 1877. d.M
Is hereby aivett that default lavinir beesi
made for more than sixty day In the pay
ment ot a portion of tbe amount securedto b
aid ov a certain mortgage executed by
William liracke to Samuel Staats Tavlor
and Edwin Parsons, trustees of the Cairo
city property, dated April 2Mb, U473, ao4 '
recorded In the recorder's . moa of Alsnt
ander county in the State ot Illinois, 1st
book (1 of deeds, on Dase 80. I. tba under.
signed sueeeesor to aald truUax will oa
Saturday, the l'ith day of May Instant A.
D. 1877, y 10 Q'ulock, in th forenoon
that d it under and br virtus or tha nor.r
ot sale contained in satd mortgkge, sell at
puuuo auction to ine uignesi Didder, for
cash, at the ottice building ol S, S. Taylor,
comer oi naamagton avenue ana JUgb
tee nth street. In said city ol Cairo, Im
Alexander county ana state ol Illinois lots
numbered l(on),aad ItfcweiUnblock num
bered 35 (thirty-live In the fourth addition
to said eitv of Cairo, according to th re
corded plat thereof, with th appurte
nances, to satiety the purpose) saxl tradi
tion ol said mortgage.
8. Staat TaVLOR.
Trustee ot tbe Cairo Calrefroptrty,