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DIRECTORY " '
OF- , '',
-'.illtO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Mate. a gy buainea Arm CM have thrnt Hoc
Saee, in Uu4 column under appropriate beading
liberate of tl.ao per month cr SlSpuj-ear
ojuuie luunany la auvancc.
Hardware, Move and Tin Ware.
A. HA LT.E Y-Tiealcr In Stovef'. Tin ami Hard
Warn, UenUm ami larmers' Implements, Wire
jwII, llelrlgerators, rump aim LaOUurs.
I l"i Commercial Avcuue. Cluttering, auil Jub
won iione ou snormoiice.
J. S.MoUAHK Y-Uealer in bar j ami iofl I uni
ber, flooring-, ceiling, aidlug aud eurficed
lumber, UUi and shingles. oiUoo auil yard
corner twentieth street and Washington avenue
...... . ... mi ,v . ... 1. '-u ma i u sum,
doors, blinds, etc., bard and soft lumber and
t ivriBTVii a utfv r-i . i- v
uiiigie: yam ami uilic, Couiiiterclul avenue,
-.inir.r in tire.
I). II A HT M A S I ea It r in Ourenaware. Ton
laia auil all k Inda ol laney srtiul'ia. Cuiuiuer-
ui avenue, corner sin street.
WILLIAM WINTKIl-Sixlh alwt between
onjiiu-r'-laJ svenue and anhingtou avenue.
lothuiK and Merchant rallariiis;.
JOH N A NTHIM Mer hant Tailor and dealer
In Ke.ly Made UoUiing. 71 Ohio Levee.
Ileal Labile Agencies.
M. J. HOWI-LY-lb-sl hatate Agent. I'.uy
and K iln ri-.l estate, edict rein. )S lain
Kit noii-renideiita.eti:. O.rumereiul aveuue, te
l ween Ninth and Tenth itmU.
l otlun and lolia.xo Factors and ro
i.riefor of Hie Parmer' 'lol.m-.o Warrhoire,
1-0 A 1-7 Conuiiiiirri'ml Atrnius
) leneral forwarding and Con in.saion
merchant, for ihe sale of r'ariu, uidtu, h-
nurd and 1'airy I'rodue. s'Hihlo Levee.
H A. Wllr.XI.Of KAlO.
j (. "Mu ral r orvt uniiliK and ( oiniiil'.slou
merchant, and desltra iu all kind of I ruit and
l'rodu-. 61 Ohio Levee, l ouioKiimeute -olic
ited, hitn'-ils furnrneil ou applii-at njh.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Leave Cairo
2:20 p.'n. Ka-t hxpres, arriving in 61.
Louis H:50 p. tn.; Chicago, 7:.'l0, a.m.
S:20 p.m. CINCINNATI ti LOUI3-
V1LLE FAST LINE
arrivine:! n Cincinnati a.m.; Louis
ville, t:iarn.; IndisuapolU, 4:15 a.m.;
Passengers by tbia train arrive at above
OF AIT? otaeb Boura.
ii'A p. m.Fa.t Mail with sleepers attach
ed, for BT. LOLLS and CHICAGO,
arriving In St. I,out at a.m. Chi
cago at iM p ut. Connecting at Odin
or LmDirbam tor Cincinnati, LouUville
FAST TIME EAST
anseniifra by tbit line fro tbrouh to
the at without any delay rauwd by
lhc SATURDAY ArTKRNOON TRAIN
KROM CAIRO AKK1VKS IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MORNINO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHER ROUTE.
AdvertuttmentJ of competing lines that
they make better time than tbia one, are
are iaiued either through ignorance or a
(It Hire to mielead Uie public.
or through tlcketH and information,
p ly at Ullnoin Central K. R. Depot, Cuiro.
ihai.n inmvi at caiu;
:aprwi - a ; p m.
Oen'i Southern Agt.
J. H. Joneh. Ticket Aft.
the tSrru tit erroni and alrnwa iu
Xifi p3 earlv life. .Manliooil Kealured. nil-'
I rn Dwumrnw io uiKiimgc vni'M.r'..
I 2 rl'fthod of trratinrnt Xew
i S and remarkable rnicdica. IIK)k'
e!5 and circular wiit lr in aealed
'"S enrrloura. AddfTaa IIoabd A-i
k3 W notuTioS. 4I J X. Ninth at. i'liila-
QQ 1 dflpLin . I'a. Ad institution bnv
O SJiinKa Inch miutation lur hor;-
" able conduct aid profextonal.
Firtarea nml BrarkeU.
K. C. Ford hM removed his Variety
firacket store to Washington nvonup
near Tenth strict. He lias opened a
largo stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
cliromo", picture cord nnd tassels, cur
tain ta?sels lanry nuils, hat racks, etc.
I'icture Irainliig mado a speelality
Chromns nioiiiit-d in tie cheapest and
best style. ltn
It Is now conceded that Mra. Coleman,
ti e laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington nnd Commercial aye
aues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the city, nnd land
.ordsof hotels and boarding houses will
dud It to their advantage to call upon
lira. Tlioinpunn A McCrne, llomeo
Willi some thirty year's experience In
theproeticein the jtrofession, are conll-
dent In tendering our services to the
public.'. Otllce No. Gi Ohio levee, up
Wood I Wood ! I Wood 1 ! S
The Cairo Iiox and Basket company
will deliver wood in any pnrt of the city
at $1.12 a load ; also kindling nt S cents
a bundle. Ordcri may bo lelt with W.
II. Monis, secretary, at his olllcc In the
City National bank building 27-23
Wboleanle nnd Befall,
Our stock Is the largest assorted stock
In Southern Illinois, being comnlcto in
all lines. We oflcr our goods at lower
prices that) ever before sold in this mar
ket. All wo ask U to call and obtain our
prices for cash. Truth will out. New
York Store." ' . '
Dyer aud cleaner of ladies' and gentle
men.' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. 00111101110113' lmts dyed and
cleaned and blocked In tlio latest stylo.
Chemical soap on liaiid, warranted to
rctnow Impurities from all fabrics with
out Injury to the material. lui.
We offer two lbs. standard peaches for
12 cents all other canned goods very
low for cash, at the New York store.
' The kmalib ol the atmve brdn meet
at tliair ha 1 tbc llrnt and third alondar
in auuJi month. Cumineruial avcuue. l door
aoitth of nth atreet, attt p m.
: JOUN U. ilOLMKB.O. 0. M.
ASCALON LODOI, KO. 51.
Knia;hui of Pythlaa, meetatvery M
day ni(ht at half-pant aevan. uk Odd"
rdlowa" Hall. llowa,
. Chancellor Conunander. ;
OALKXAJfDKB LOIJUK, MO. tU.
Independent Order of Odd-fel-Iowa.
uiu every Tburaday dIkIiI
at half-put teres, in their hall on
Commercial avenue, between bixth and Heventb
tretts Wat K. Hawxi.nk, N. U.
AIHi KSCAMPME5T, I. O. O. F., meet
Jio O dd-rellowa' Ilall oattw &ntand Uiird
I ue!ay in every month, at half-pant "even
. A. Coamua. C P
A CAIHOl.ODt.E. NO. lf7,A.K. A A. M,
Jl, Hold rrirular coinmunlcationa in Ua
Jnnln Hall, comer Commercial avenue
' 'and KlKhth atreet, on the aeooud and
ourta Uondar of tacb month .
BATCH OF AltVKKISIXU.
rT"AU billa for aylvertiainf, are due and pay
able 1M ASVAXta
Transient advertising will be Inserted at lh
rate of 11 00 per square for the first inr-rtion
and W centa for each aubeiuent one A liberal
discount will beiiiade on kUmiting and displ
ad vi lli aemenla
for inaitina' Kuncral m,lii e l "i Notice ol
ineelinK of soideties or secret ordrrs wnta for
Church, Society, Feetlvaland Hupper notlcea
Will only be inaerted as a'lv'rt!nients
K advertisiuent will be received at l--aa ti.au
COcenU, and noa'trertixementwill I inserted
for b-an than thrw dollitrs per month
111( 41. Itl NIKN SOU r.H
Of onti srjuaru ( lines space) or more, in
serted in the I't i.i.EHN a follows : (Lest
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion tier souare $ w
Two itiM-rtions per siiare 7j
Three in?erti'itm per "ijiiure 1 00
Six iiiertlotiS per square 1
Two weeks per sqiwre - 2 50
One month per square.- 3 M
Special rates made on larg advertlve-
enf i,r UT Intijf'-r time.
Grand Steamboat Excursian
The SpHndid Steamer
Will leave Cuiro
Saturday Evening, June 16, 1877.
At 2 o'clock p. m.. arrlvln'' at Colum
bus at 4 p. m., and at Hickman 0:30 p, m.
Keturning, the Koat win leave nica
miu at 8 p. m., arriringat Columbus at
10 p. in. and reaching Cairo at 12 in.
The boat will hind at Fillmore, Keutucky,
both going and coming
hi for Bod Tnp Ii:hd;ng Sefrdsxt:
OXTE DOLL AH
Supper 50 e nts. A tro"d Itiine, guaruti-
tei.'d to all. X5LX iiowARU. tapi.
For tickets or information apply to
.!. Rico. Agent.
SATURDAY. JUNE 9. 1877.
Local Weather Keport.
Caibo, III., June 8, hflT.
.TV. I w
o i :i
Wixd I Vat..
rainfall, .il inch.
Berveant. Signal Sirvlce. r. S. A.
i i . i . . j "
Right lbs. of white coffee sugar for $1,
at Nw York Store. U
For artistic Photographs at a moderate
ot call at Gtistave Wet ell a, (iallery.
Pieces of choice prints at lower prices
than ever old betore in Cairo, at Xew
York Store. -It
Three mules, spring wagon and har
ness, very low. Apply to,ln.me Uom.
Itoom lo Lei,
Suitublo for a bud room furnished or tin
furninhed. For particulars inquire on
the premises of Mr. M. B. IIarkell. tf
l or Item.
A house on Division street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to W. R. Smith.
Cio to I.ouis C. Herbert's enloon for m
Ice cool fhootly ghiis of beer, at .1 cents
Wood ! Wood ! !
A largo quantity of wood, ;ready for
the stove, for sale at the Cairo and Vln
cennes rallro.nl freight depot, nt $S 00
per car. It
A positive euro. Painless and stuin
less. Price SI. Order from Dr. Quincy
A. Scott, 278 I'cnn aye., Tittsburg, Pa.,
or through any druggist. A liberal dis
count to dealer. Circular free.
To all who are sullering from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, freo of charirc. This great
onietly was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joeph T.
Inman, Station. D. Biblo House, New
Tobueeo and t liters.
Merchants.groeers, and saloon-keepers
should not forget that Messrs. Corlis &
Rankin, proprietors of tho Prairio Stato
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, lmvo
opened an cstaullahtucut at tho corner
ofSlxto street and Ohio levco in this
city whore they wil. do a wholesale uud
retail business In the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on baud the largest
and most eompluto . stock ol
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and - are prepared to
supply the wauts of tho trado at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
iobt. tiita Via. fcairo at TiiseaauW
I'a4t)ugers leaving Cairo at & a. m.,
reach St. Louis at 3:15 p. nl. This Is
from two to five hoUrs In advance of all
other lines making direct connection for
Chicago and all poluts northwest. This
Is the only line running through from
Cairo to the Union depot, St, Louis, in
daylight, Kates as low as any.
Y, A. Miller,
lw. General Passscger Agent.
Mits Frankle Ilexford leaves Cairo
to-day for Chicago, where she will spend
Tho crown fruiter can now be
bought ut D. ilartmun's queensware
store at $4.50 each. 0 3t
The tobacco trade, we are told Ly
men in the business in this city, is quits
lively at preent.
The police oflicers are all greatly ex
ercised over tho burglarizing of the
Planter's House on Wednesday night.
Jack Shepherd was up belore Judge
Bird yesterday charged witb being a va
grant. He was lined twenty-five dollars
r ree passes will not be accepted by
the Cairo and Vincennes railroad on the
excursion tour going to 31 1. Carmel to
Wanted A good hoy, to learn the
book-binding business. Apply at the
Cairo City Bindery, of A. W. Pyatt 4
F.x-t 'otuity Clerk Jake Lynch hav
ing relieved himself of the duties 1 the
clerk's oftiw, will go Into tho commit-
All the latest pitterns In glass fruit
jars and jelly glasses at Hartman's
qiieenware store, at lowest prices. ?i-tf.
Xo opium ! No morphia'or other dan.
Iferous drug is contained in Dr. Hull's
baby syrup, for the relief of colic, teeth
ing, etc. Price 23 cents.
-Four companies of United SUles
troops, on their way from New Orleios
to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, paaswxl
through Cairo yesterday.
It i time lor our people to be clean
ing up the city. Hot weather in earnest
will soon be upon us, and we should
guard the health of the burg well.
Soloman Parelra, at the old stand.
114 Commercial avenue, Is now offering
his choice stock of dry goods and cloth
lug at great bargains. Call on him.
The Odd Fellows of this city will
go on a ateambDat excursion to Hick
man, Kentucky, on Captain Keeic Da-
grin s T. 1 . tckert. ou next inursuaj.
The aotiablo given by the ladies of
the Church of the Redeemer atthe resi
dence of Judge Baker, on Tuesday night,
was well attended aud was as pleasaut as
any yet given.
Tbc Cairo City Bindery, A. W. PyaU
& Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work ol cveiy description in their line in
flr:t class aud workmanlike manner, lm
Mr. Fred Kent's new 6booting club
did not tro out for exercise yesterday af
ternoon, owing to the bad weatiHrr. The
sport has been postponed util next
John Tyler is Hie first colored tmiii
who ever sat ou a jury In Alexander
county. He was a jury mau in the Scott-
Goodali case, which came up in the cir
cuit court last Wednesday.
Persons having magazines, periodi
cals, etc., which they desire to have bound
should take them to the Cairo City Bind,
try, where they will be done at reasonable
rates and in first-class order. Mm
Justice of the Peace Comings, having
removed to Judge Rross' ollioe. corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will be found In bis office from
8 to 12 o'clock, a. m., daily. 1-3-tf.
Chief of Police Charlie Arter Is keep
ing his eyes peeled now-a-days for dogs
that are tied up by owners who don c
want to pay the dog tax. People should
bear In mind that this Is a finable of
fense. Charlie Piflerling, the chief of restau
rant keepers, has re timed to. his old
quprter on the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and don't want
his old friends to forget it.
It Is thought that at least two hun
dred people will takedvantage of the
opportunity oft-red by the Cairo aud
Viuccunes railroad to visit the ruins of
the once beautiful and flourishing town
of Mt. Carmel.
The complimentary excursion tender
ed Mr.Chas.R. Alexander by Capt.Keese
Dugan, of the T. F. Eckert, this evening,
will no doubt ho n grand aflalr, lor
Capt. Reese knows how to do things tp
For sale by Winter & Stuart, a sec
ond hand piano, a fine instrument war
ranted to bo In good order. . For price
and terms call on or address,
WiNTKn,& Stuart, Agts,
tf. Xo. Ill Commercial Avenue.
Will the Individual who picked up a
black crape veil near tho corner of Twen
tieth nnd Poplar streets about dusk on
decoration day. Leave it at 3.ll. Met
calf's store, or return to II. Greeley,
Winter's gallery. They will bo suitably
V. M. Ward has gone into the loe
business, and is now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of the city. Orders left
with him wilt receive prompt atUntlou,
and the purity of the Ice dollve red guar
anteed. 1 2-lUl
The oily council holds its next reg
ular monthly meeting on next Tuesday
night, when tho differences now existing
between this city aud the Illinois Central
railroad will be settled ouo way or an
other. Pulatable medicines. Ayer'i Cherry
Pectoral lis honeyed drop of reller; his
CAthartio Pills glide sugar coated over the
palate; and k!s Sariaparllla is a noctur that
tinpurti vlh'or to life, restores health uud
expels dUuifc-JWatarfoi'd (Ps.).Adver
tor. ..... . Ww
, -Sam Ilumin, for lite past year or
mar, Ex-County Clerk lynch' deputy,
will' ut u Ut- tyoch's sutcfrtot to
the (clerk's ofBce unMI tl people e&eon
another man to mi the office, en fecit
clecWm day. , ' i T . . ;. ;
Clear thought and vigorous ttcrbn
dopeud upon that perfect condition cl
system resulting from pure liiooel.
When ivniDloms provocative of duHness
and Inactivity present themselves, Iheu
use Dr. Bull's blood mixture.
Lemmoni. banana and liew onions
just rcorlvcd irom 'cw Orleans; also
ten barrels choice sugar cured can
vassed hams, which we will sell very
low toclose consignment.
0-3t aruATTON a; bird,
Let evervbodv who Is able contrib
ute something toward helping (lie Mt.
Carmel suflerers. Chicago's great lire,
in proportion with the poptuaiion ot tne
two t, luces, created a small amount of
suffering when compared lo the cycloto
that sweptawav MU Carmtl.
The steamer Idle wild announce an
excursion from Cairo to Hickman, Ken-
tacky, on Saturday afternoon and even
ing, June ICth. The fare for Uie round
trip, including refreshments has been
fixed at the extremely low price ol out
dollar. See advertisement elsewhere.
Jacob Klee, corner of Washington,
avenue and Twelfth street, Is now pre
pared to snpply the citizens of Cairo with
pure luke tee at the lowctt living prices.
His wagon makes daily rounds, and will
deliver ice in any part ol the city. Jce
depot at corner Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, where all orders should
be left, 1-2-tf
The Haby's lieit r fiend" is the most
appropriate title for Dr Bull's Baby Syrup.
It Is absolutely free from opium, morphia
and other powerful agent, Is perfectly
safe and reliable under all circumstance',
and by ailiviuu the uual atomti-b and
bowel disorders of babyhood keeps the
child from fretting und crying, so injurious
to itself and annoying lo all. i'rice 25
cents. . 5-lw
Officer Andy Cain yesterday morn
ing pulled two gentlemen of color
nsmed Green Tucks and Sam Johnson,
whom he eanght gambling in a negro
house on Fourth street between
Washington and; Commercial avenues.
They wers taken before Judge Bird lor
trial, and each lined ten dollars and
costs, and Went to tho lock-up in default
The Illinois Central railroad com
pany don't want to get oft of Ohio
levee with thir tracks, and offers to give
the city half ot the strip owned by the
company north of Eighteenth street and
all that they own south of Fourteenth
street. Ttieeity howerer is acting iu a
manner very boyish, in the company's
eye, and want all the strip t none.
Whether the road will give it to tteui
remains to be seen.
A number of our young men are put
tinz in eood time at rehearsiuir iot a ne
gro minstrel performance to take plaue
at the atheneum within t&c next lour or
flye weeks. The members of the organ
ization, are all new, with the exceptions
of Messrs. John Horn, the "uaibing
young prs madona," and George Fry, tho
"Dutch comedian, " botu or whom nave
appeared before Cairo and Paducah au
diences. The boys are getting up a tine
programme, and will no doubt give a
Mr. Ed. Braxton, tbat chief M ton
sortal artists, Las taken charge of tie
shop ou Eighth street, owned by the late
Daniel Lampert. Ed. Braxton is one oi
the bet barbers In the state, as well as a
gentleman in his intercourse with his
patrons. He was one of the suflerers in
the late fire at the comer of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly. He is now trying to build up again,
and we bespeak tor him a lair share ot
patronsge. He deserves it. tt
Refrigerators, the very best, at A.
Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' lni
Dieuients. piows, corn planters and shelt
ers, sulkey rakes, and a general stock of
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stanus,
boih wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging baskets ot nil
kind; the largest variety ot hlnl cages
in the city ami will he sold very mv at
A. Halley's, 115 Comttiereml avenue.
3 24 3m
Notice is hereby given to " oung
men, between Ihe ages of fourteen and
eighteen ye . rs, resldlnir In tic ISth con
gressional district of Illinois, tbat a com
petive examination will be held at the
court bouse, in Cairo, Illinois, on Friday,
June 15, 1877, for tne puruo-e of selecting
a cadet mid.ihlpman for the naval academy,
at Annapolis, Md. The examination will
be held belore a board of examiners, to be
desiznated hereafter, whose decision will
control Die In making the appointment.
Candidatei niu-l be physically souud, well
fjrrued and of robust constitution.
WM. IlARTZKLL, M. C. IStll DUt. 111.
- The scle of tobacco ut tl s
Fanner's wsrebouse ou Tburaday
comprised some . of tho tinet
tn'saceo placed on the market this season,
The attendance of buyers was more than
usually large, and tbe bidding wm spirited
and all offerings were taken at good prices.
The pi Ices obtulued were a shade above
those of previous saltsand were satisfac
tory in almost every instance. We give
iuattloni ss follows: Forty-ono hogs
heads: f 12, 10 93, tl 10, 10 15, 10, 0 50, 0 00,
803,8 80, 7 70, 8 00, 8 00, 7 00, 3 7D, 813,
0 00, 5 tO, 2 0.'i. 0 10, 3 23, 3 05, 5 06, 3 75,
3 00, 1180,11 W, 5 S3, 305, 4 tt), 4 00, 4 05,
8 i!0, 3 13, 7 1'5, 3 13, 0 05, 0 55, 3 13, 3 05,
We have received the following no
tice from S. A. Forbes, curator of the
Illinois Museum of Natural History,
Normal, Illinois :
A collecting party will leave the mu
seum ol natural history ut Normal on tho
10th of July, for three week's work In
extreme Southern Illinois, traveling In
wugotis, with camp cqutppagc, uud wllli
apparatus for field work in all depart
ments of botany aud zoology, Additional
members ol ibis party to the number ol
tliuen (prclerbly teachers) will be re
ceived upon application ; and, upon the
return of the expedition, the museum
wlil be opened to these lor three week
tor the study ol the matetlal collected.:.'
.No tuition fee will be charged lor cither
field or Biuieum work, but each mtmbsr
ot the party will be expected to bear hU
own expenses and to contribute to the
museum callectlons a single series of his
specimens. - .. , , .
The cost of transportatldn and of sub
sistence for six weeks is estimated at $50
tier capita. Applications should be made
belore June 2d. i'or further particulars
apply to the undersigned, who will have
diargc ol tho party. 8. A. f ofclirs.
curator jii.sius, ai. ma.
Normal, 111., May 5tb, 177. 2t
The following from the St. Louis
Republican of Thursday morning is of In
terest to Cairo readers :
Tbe mawtters of tbe Mobile aud Ohio
railroad couy-Mjy are making anefiort to
inuuoe tue importers anu mo
exporters of ttos Mississippi y si ley
to wake their hipuits to West Imlies
and South America yh Mobile, which is
Uie nearest serport by fitil to the larf
Western cites. 1 tie geuw agent oi tin
company In St. Louis has, bn actively
engaged calling the attention .of promi
nent shippers to tho advantages ,t?ered
by this route, nnd If proper shipyli: fa
cilities from Mobilo are provided,
Is every reason to believe that a large aud
prolltable business will bo inaugurated.
Should the efforts of the managers ot the
Mobile and Ohio road succeed, Cairo will
come In for a fair share of the profits of
the traflic. By a comparison of dis
tances irom St. Louis to I lie nearest sea
port it is found tbat Mobile has the ad
vantage by nearly fiity nJes, and ;tho
importers and exporters of the Missis
sippi valley will not be slow to patronize
the lines which mrnlsh them reasonable
shipping facilities sxul lowest rates.
Tho following is a list of letters re
maining uncalled lor at the postotfiec at
Cairo, Alexander otinty. III., Saturday,
June flth, 1977:
laniKit Burns, Malinda; Colicr,
Rhoda; Diekersnn, blary; Gnukle, An
nie ; Gordon, F'raoeM Jienney, A M ;
Mauley, Nannie L ; Motior, Violet ; Max-
on, II .1 ; Murphy, iJitthariw ; I'riue,
Alice ; Roberts, Mary ; Wilsen, Rettie ;
Weleh, Orali; Weils. Statie.
Gents Brown, John: Campbell, ..
W; Cole, Wm; Dorsey, John; Ediuwids,
E; England, J J; Francis, Wm l) Good
rich, L A; GoodchiJd, Paris; II utcl'ioMO,
John M; Jones, A JI 3; Jone. ('has;
.Johnson, Samuel; Kennedy, Edward;
Lemmon, Dr A II; Lee, Gjorge;
Lock wood, L B; Lewis, W G;
McKay, John ; Manning, JS; Mitchell.
Scott ; Robertson, Alex ; Stoddard, Cll;
Staltniarsb, Chan; SUdler, J E ; Stock,
Richard ; Thompson, Richard ; Vanghn,
John ; Wood & Bro ; Webb, Alfred A ;
Wyatt, J A ; Wier, Rev II F ; Webster,
It. P ; Walker, Thomas.
Persons calling for any ol the) above
letters will please say "advertised."
Cito. W, MuKeak;, P. M.
Murder Will Out.
A few years ago ''August Flower" was
discovered to be a certain cure tor dyspep
sia and liver complaint, a few thin dyspep
tics made known to their friends bow
easily and quickly thsy hid been cured by
Its use. The great merils of Green's
Ausust Flower became heralded through
tke country by one sutler to another, unt I,
will, out advertising, its sale has become
immense. Druggists in every town in tbe
United States are selling It. No person
Buffering with sour stomach, shk headache,
costivencsa, pa'piution of the heart, indi
gestion, low spirits, etc., esa take these
doses without relief. Go to Paul U. 8huh
and get a bottle for 75 cents snd try it.
.Sample bottles 10 cents.
Have Von a ronsjh T
That dry, hacking cough is the herald
ol approaching consumption. To check
rite swilt progress of the destroyer,
tirompt and decisive measures must be
resort! to. A dose ol Dr. Morris' Syr
up of Ir, Wild Cherry and Hurehoii'id,
taken w hen the coughing spells come on,
will afford immediate relief, and event
ually eflect a thorough cure. It will be
found equally beneficial la nil forms 0!
throat and lung disorders, ii c -s of
croup It is of inestimable value.
the drug store of
and inquire about it. They will furrm.
you with a triul size bottle for 10 cents.
Large sizes 50 cPiits and One Dollar.
Also, agents for Prol. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which tiev, r t ;'
Pleasant, to take, and ri quit 1 !.-,
Price 23 cents.
t Putnl . Wni. lnli.' li-ii. u
I'll h cl'nJ wh ;,s u ti .! -I.e H
ttisStoi'taeh BlM-r-. ..ii..-ur iu r- j'tc
ing it to be a i euiuiei.iiy r 1U1 -it luinit
preferable to the or.'.i iiity lnjiiO'" of
tncrce, tl' t only iiecauie it 1- ine lii
.,t'i, but because Ills l.ifinit-.ly pure. Its alco
holio basis is the finest old rye, and this U
tempered and rendered medicln d by the
curative ingredients ol botanic origin
whleh it holds la solution. It has often
been Imitated, but never rivaled, and is
to-dsy tbe leading tonic diuretic and apcr-
iunt In America. Malarial fevers are pre
vented and remedied by, and it is a thor
oughly reliable medlclue In can- of dys
pepsia, constipation, liver complaint, rheu
matism, ' gout, nervousness, urinary af
fections. It improves the appetite, in
creases the bodily stamina, checks prema
ture decay, ss a sustaining snd comforting
cordial for the aged and Intirm Is unequal
A lew ThliiK that we Know.
Wo know tbat a disordered ttomsch or
liver produces more suBerlng thun any oth
er csne. We knew that very few physi
cians are successful In these disorders.
We know that DaCoiU's radical cure will
without tbo shadow ol a doubt, almost lm
mediately relieve nnd permanently euro all
of the distressing symptoms. We know of
thousands who aro willing to testify that
whatwesiy Is true to tho letter. Wo
know that II you will give it a fair trial,
you will let us add your nnmo to tho
"cloud of witnesses." Will you give it s
trial, snd do it now? Trial size only 25
ceutt, Md by Barclay Bros.
Prof. Paikor's Pleasant Worm Syrup Is
psrfect'y safe and extremely palatable.
No phvslc required. Costs 2s eents. Try
rHraved from ihe premises of the under
sltiod luthis city ou Wednesday evening,
May 30, 1877, a black mare seveuteen hands
bhjli, white mark In forehead, snd lelt hind
foot white. Was last seen near Uulty in
thltoouuty. a reward of ten dollars will
be ptld lor her toturn to the undersigned,
lit Jacob Bhadiey.
A $400 8C00P.
Ilr. W. T. Johnson, ef siieoe I'os-t, the
A Bold nad Aerompllehed Thief.
The tmrglars are happy, and the people
about tho riamters' House are In deep
mourning. On Wedaesday night Mr. W,
T.Davis, of Stonefort 84 Mr. A. Vlck
crs,of the flrniol Viokers-etoiuisonot
Uie same town, both of whom wet in
tbe citron business with Messrs. Hint;!
A. Thktlewood. proprietors ol the Plaat-
ers" tobacco warehouse, took rooms at
ii ataTM tmmed hotel. About six
o'clock Wedisffdnr evening Mr. Davis
reived irom Mr. W,JJ Inkle, cashier
0t the warehouse, $400, Mi Air. Vickew
jrot $1,000 ou a lot ol tobacco. f-rX
i,.men rewired to Uie hotel, wlwt W'
Ylckers n.ade knowu his Intention to Wt
.! mnn.r In the sale us the offkc, whleh
L did. Jlf. Davis repiieu oy say ins; iic
V-eterred keeplog bis in bis clothes,
am! run ihe risk ot iu aaiety.
The iventkinett went to their room
about "um o'clock. There were two
,!.. V1 eiven them to
alet-i) on. wU-.li etruck Mr. Davis as just
the thing ,',Le .needed, for with
breeches between thorn, and
breeches, and the, qtmaases oi
tl. VI.,t-oulf m. tOD Ol H"
Ml (J .III. 1 .v-l.'.t 9
tnutnkei. no buriilar alone could ru
..-:il,r,,,e ia L-nnw.ln-liri'. Accord
II J IU nimvM. ....
Itigly the top matress was tUrowil onck,
attci the breeches of Mr. Davia. with t,ie
four hundred dollr as ho had gotfrou"!
Mr. Hitikleand about tweuiy-Lve dol
lars which be had brought fiom hou
Vitb him in his porket, wer.; spread at
full length across tbc bed, and tho tup
mttC-r laid back earelully In Us place.
vvi,..rr- Mr. Vickers was ready to retire
he too.'t one hundred and sixty-live dol
lars whi.il he hud brought irom nome
with him for
t nuruose of niuKing
sod wlurh lie
dM not put into
tie i,jnf, ot
ami laid it under the sheet nt
the? bed. Both gcullt:
Mlien got ii.
(1 asleep. Ycsi.
and were soon souau
.lay morning they awoke to find the
titJ3i3ito bar in a window looking Irom
the bset .part of the lioUt! into their
room, cut out, aud Mr, invis' breeches
lying in tho middle of the 'floor v. illi all
tho pockets turned inside out. and his
four hundred and twenty -dive dollars
gone the Lord and the'iiuti why got it
only knows where. Mr. Vlekers, upon
looking I'or his money, found it nil .tfe
where lie had placed It, at his feet.
Tho police were informed 11s toon
as possible of the robbery, and searched
tbe town over, but have failed up to this
timutoaln any clue to the thief or
Cairo and Vincennes R,
Sunday, June 10th, 1877.
Trains will leave 4tb Street depot a t
6 a. ui., returning to Cairo st p. ni.
iioufid trip tickets 53,00 For sale ut
depot, and ticket office Ohio levee.
Free passes not accepted on this train.
F. A. MILLER.
2t Gen. Pas. Agent.
The majority of people sutler to a gi enter
or lesser degree from this sad sftlictinn:
many unthinkingly cultivate it by Innitfl
t'y mactieatlng I heir food; others wliote oc
cupation ts of a sedentary cbatactcr have
forced oii them, tbe excessive use of to
bacco, etc., all tend to develop it. Tbe
symptoms vary, one sntlering severely
after meals, another only sllgbtlr, c 'nMipa
f'onor dlnrrahea, flatulence, variable ap
petite, etc., are only a few of Irs u:mlea
ant consequences. Now what iv required,
i attent'on to diet, assisted by a remedy
which aids the natural secretions in tse ai
rrientary canal and produces again a nr
ml solvency of fond. Such a vultnhle
reniedv 1 -he celersted Home Sronrieh
'.. : .i;s '.; .r U -vv.u .f. -,
.k- wei 'li : ro-e b- !. the -til- j
; r-iiiipMy H1"- . Itu'l'- B:. "! j :l'
unt w..tcii i :l.-kl-.- and . T- .-tit..!'. !
UttsrU '1 lill'1-.fillj eMd (- i I !
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IIHow blah watei
SUtnal Service, It 8. A.
The Bolle Memphis; came In from
St. Louis about dusk last niht with a
good trip. She put off several passen
gers here, made lljrht additions ot
Ireight, and left lor below.
The U. Grundy Gorden, alias the G.
Grundy Sooky Sundown, Leo Crane,
master, Is due to-duy, and will want one
hundred ton ol WHy Ireight for poluts
-Tbe beautiful, fleet and good Charles
Morgan, for New Orleans and way
points, is duo to-day.
-The Jim Flsk had a light trip from
and to Paducah.
There was 21 feet S Inches on the
gauge at 3 o'clock last evening.
TheC. w. Anderson, iroin .au
villc, camo Iu yesterday ntternoon. She
discharged 8 hogsheads tobacco lor Now
Orleans aud 10 hogsheads lor New Turk,
aud goes back light.
Business is exceedingly quiet about
The big rise Iu the river at Pittsburg
will bring out a swarm ol coal tows.
ICE! ICE I
rfr.'-. , Lo-itun ft Co., dealers In norti
1 I S..I AfftA
eru l.lKU i. ' , nsve remuvcu ukuvuiv.
iroin tho corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the Ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are no
deliveruyr Ice In all parts of tbe city
Those deslrtn the cold etull will leave
their orders at the new office, where they
will receive prompt attention. -
Jamks Kavaxauuh, iiunnger.
Caibo, Ii-lh.. May 17, 1877. 5-17-lm
fou are asked every day through tbe
columns of tho newspapers snd by your
druggbt to uie something for your aes-
dyspe,psla and cr complaint that yon
know nothing about, ?ou get discouraged
spending money with but utltle success.
Sow to give you a sattsfastcry proof
Green's ,ugibt Flower will cure you of
dypepsia and liver complaint with all It
Ofeets, such as niur atomacn, sick neau
acbe i'-'itUilcoKtivvness, ,.a pita Ion of
the heWi.'. t-an 1 urn.wa, e:-bra-h..f ,l n s
at tbe pit u.- V" '"''l ' lo v v
tedtongti", t'i'i gej. h -.-u 11 -' of t
bead, low ;drn., :.. e v W ou t go I"
Paid O. Sch.iii'a 'i I t 4 ail.plt.
Gren' Aufe'tisi Flower ter lo e 11 sua
try it, or a regular s ze l"r .J d-lils it;
doses will relieve y.u.
Tublic notice is bereby siven that in pur
auauce and by virtue of a certain outer, JuiIk-ru-iil
and decree of tbe county court of Aiexan
UtrtfUUty .uteef lllin.us, juadesnd entered
,M J-vbrtury lenu of siii-l court. A. I. li",
udod tbPI'licatinol the imm-reiKned. as ad
ministrate' K "e e-ll 01 t-"11' lorsensen,
deceased, to said eotift for leave 10 tell real ea-
tateof the said estate wpiiy.'be flM 01
tve 'j will assufli adiuinmtnitor, on
uty ltb, l-T7.at the hour of tyoo elo
' . ' ... in. rt..f Of 111 rui
IX lM M aea
irk in I
lock in um
"un. st thenont door ot iw court nvowt
,i t, k city ol Laiio. 111 sal'i coiiutr aun aiate.
. " i .lw. in
.. . . ' ...-.Mm ,li-to the L Hbeet and best l.u!
i,.rt lolbtwing dewrilieJ feal estate, namely :
Trieelsf ball' CO Uie mirtli-eaat quarter
of 111, four! ii). in townhip No.
seventeen 11TJ. nfttuli isbk
(il went ot till! :M )rioci,al iiMWian,
in suid county, slW sixteen ll'.J loin, Sue. OU
(I ) to twehi'll-'Uolhlnelinive, snd Nos.tlnrt!'-w-venl
-T) to forty lev bnij;ineliulve, in block
No, thirteen i! 0 in Uie fourth r"(lth)
n.lditioti ts said cuy vt (aio ns It.s
suid lots are dM,ignai,il and des
cribed te reo.rded map or (ilut of said city:
also lot o. twenty-four ), m block Ny.
ill'y -live (Vl). iu the ilrst addition to;sid city of
(.airo. aud mil Ms thirteen "(la) and fourtcea
U!. In Uwk Ko. sevenleenfl.), in tl
ta SWe, in the COtUity ul La oade.
resaia. .-ali reul e.tat i td hi
ine city or
sold for the
'---.at '.of Vs.' lbtij el' the said iMtuic, au.l
psj . jv.ll liesoiJlor eutf-bad cash m hsnd
thesan.. iu AimuJ twlve JiionUis With
uudthehula Nvrvtyiu-.dat;,irl))W, lit a!s
tfoud personal -vrji'ses sold u; n-cure bat
inortpiijrc, on the , .,ev .
uncvof Uie lutrcliase n, .,ck VVAni.sait,
U 'iiiisinitor, ete.
CAino, .luiie-.i, K7. - tfc.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpHb BULLETIN la publisliid tverymoraiag
(except Moaday) la the ltulleiin tluildina;, cor
ner Wai.tUin avenue and Twehth street.
Tns Rcllstis it ocrvtd to city subacribjrs by
'aitld'ul cjrriiisal Xivcnty-i'ivc Cents a Week,
payable wckly. Ily Uuil, (in advanoe), $10 per
aunnm; en u.oi.:he, I' ; three months, S3; one
iionth, St a.
' ry Thursday morning at SI
' : .nably in advance. Ihe postage
:u-: ill be pr.p.il'l at this otllce, so
'"i-wll obtain fi raaubsi-rlptlon
Uuslcias Cards, )i;r iiiiatB
One square, one asertion,
ne s'jvare. .tar.j mdertiona,....
ie s.tidrn. ot1.'-- at-e ,
ne s.juure, ttro .'.a
ine s-iu-ire, thr-e trt-'i-
I ine aoure, on.' loontn
,. i oo
.. 1 GO
.. 2 50
.. 3 50
.. 1 Of)
...i- ipa-Teon, ...
una nt:!ii en'ii'-ct of xea
pc I '.to gi)li;t"d.
f ''' iiiJ.i:i.t.M ' t tl.ru should beadilrvssed to
(. Hlro Bulletin Company.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orden for Coal by the oar-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptly attended to.
MaTTo large consumors and a .
manufacturers, we are prepare
io supply any quantity, by ta
nontu or year, at uniform ratee.
CA1KO CITT V.0U COMrAIT.
tfdallllay Dro.'a jf&ot, No. 70 OaioLeves.
kjpUailldayBro 'a wharf boat.
iWtlm'Uan Mills, or
iy-xt u Ual Dump, toot af Tau rr-Ilgli 01
trrot Ofllas Drawer, Srat.