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JA1R0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
ate. A nv tmalnvM Arm on have three line
ptc, In tills column under appropriate banding
imerai ol i.w r noutuor lujraj'w
piyenie quarterly in euvauo.
Hardware. Move and TIN War.
A. HAI.l.KV Dealer in Stove. Tin Mid Hint
war, Ounlrii and t'annnra' Implement, Wlr
iwxin, KXrlgerator, Tump and Led'ler.
US Commercial Avenue. Guttering, and Job
Wurk done an mormon'.
J.8.Mc;AIIEY-lelerlnharil and ionium-
it, uuouug, equina, aiiiing biii aiiriuoe.1
wmner, mm ani Mingle, iinm ami yard
turner Twentieth etreetuinl Wuablngton .venue-
i; i i. fl .1 . . u . . . i. in nil ii up nwi
toon, Winds, eta., hard anil aol't lumber ami
MUuKie. i aid ami onii:. Commercial avenue,
-uruer 1 1 ill Hireri.
I). H AHTMAN Iieultr in Uueenaware. Tova
L-iui ami all klndaof fancy artli-1-. Coiiinier-
ai avenue, corner Mil meet.
WILLIAM WINTKK-Sixth atreit Mtoo
.miiierelalaVniMt aim n aalniiKton iv.ime.
Clothing; and Merchant Tailoring.
JOHN A N Till M Merchant Tailor an J flmler
III Krady Bade Clothing. 7S Ohio Levee.
Real Kutate Agrnele.
II. J. HOWLKY-n.nl Kattt Agut. Huy
awl real mUlr, collect ruin, iiaya Uim
ti i non-rwudenu. tw. Commt-rewl avail, b-
I weru .1 ii.Ui awl 1 ulh itreet .
1 1 1 N'lt LK TIIISTLKWOOIJ-
II Cotton ami Tulwco Factnri aii'l pro-
iirmnri or in raruim- ioiwt.'q nartuou ..
uilil (.ommmmiil A venue.
1 Ueneral Forwarding ami Communion
merchant, for the aale of r ami, (ianlco, Or
i.lianl and Dairy I'rodure. Ohio I.f tor.
A. WIIKELOl KAcO.-
(ieneral Forwardinir ami Commlmlon
niwhaata, ami dealer la ail klmla of 1 ruit ami
I'rodure. 64 Ohio 1 . Con.iKmiieiit lollc
iIkI, Ht.nr.il fnrnMwil on (( Kvanon .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
li I. II
Train Leav Cairo
3 20 p.m. Fast fclpre, arriving In 8t.
Louie tf:&0 p. m.; Chicago, 7:3, a.m.
120 p.m. CINCINNATI ii LOUIS
ViLLB FAST LINE
Arriving n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, nti a.m.: IndUnapolia, 4:15 a.m.;
I'aeaenger by thii train arrive at abov
OF AXY OTHEB BOUTS.
);10 p. m. Fit Mail with ileeper attach
d. for ST. LOUIS ami CUiCAfiO,
arrlvint- in St. Jula at 8:30 a.m. Chi-
caifo at t.-Mj p. in. connecting ai uum
sham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
fatuDKcn by tbla line go through to
the a( without any ilelajr caiued by
Ihe BATUKDAY ArTF.RN'00N TRAIN
KitOM CAIRO ARKIVKS IN NKW
YORK ilONUAY MOBM.NU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF AXY OTHER ROUTE.
Advertlaement of competing liui that
they make better time than tbli on", art
are lieuetl either through ignorance or a
dibire to mlilead the public.
For through ticket and Information,
iLply at Uiiooia Central R. R. Depot, Cairo.
halms Aamvi At caiao;
... 2i'op in.
Gcn'l Sotubern Agt.
J. H. JoNia. Ticket Aift,
ilUv r tin I to Juiiug mu Horn
id eueci oi vrrors aim .u
k pq carlTUle
ri Z, w n:Uiod of treatmeiiU Xew
y i i m Tif 1 1 ntpii 1
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ana reinaraaoi rtnicun. wm" n
envelone. Addersa UowaBD Aa-lS
fti W;aoiiATioi,41! N. Ninth ai. Ph.ia-:U
Kldelphta. Ta. An imtltutlon tav-;M
hJ J i - kink Mniii.tinn In, hnrnr.l"
intf a hiirh rfnmation lor tioror
obi coudact and profuslonai
Plrtnrr and Bracket.
E. C. Ford hai removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
large stork of brackets, shelves, frames,
(hrouios, picture eird and tassels, cur
tain tassels, fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture framing made a speciality
CnromoH mounted In the cheapest and
best style. 1m
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 latin'
dry establirihmenU In the city, and land.
.ords of hotels and boarding houses will
And It to their advantage to call upon
lr. Thniapnon A MrCrne, Iloineo
With some thirty year's experience In
tlio practice in the profession, are conn
dent lu tendering our services to the
nubile. Office No. 04 Ohio levee, up
Wood ! Wood ! I Wood I t
The Cairo Box and Basket company
will deliver wood in any part of .the city
at $1,121 a load ; also kindling at 5 cents
a bundle. Orders may be left with W.
II. Mori is. secretary, at his office in the
City National bank building 27-25
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
mens garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentlemen' hats dyed and
cleaned and blocked in the latest style,
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove impurities from all fabrics with
out Injury to the material. ltn.
A positive cure, rainless and stain
less. rrice$l. Order from Dr. Quincy
A. Scott, 278 renn avo., Pittsburg, Pa.,
or through any druggist. A liberal dis
count to dealers. Circular free.
Boom to Let,
mutable for a bed room-lurnUbed or uu-i-nrnUhiui.
Vnr narticulan Inquire on
imiuiruvui gr t
the premises of Mm. M. B. mitmat. tf
Thre mules, spring wsgou and liar,
nut. Twy low, Apply to Jamo Rosi.
sxourr looimBa -
K.M. K. C.
Tbt knlghU of th abov order meet
XI fit hall th Unl and third Monday
in e:n monUi. Comnvircial avenu, 'id door
ontb or mm itrt, atp.m.
Joun u. Rolmis.O. C. M.
ASCAXON LODGE, NO. Si.
KnlnhU of Prthla. meet (Terr Frl-
aay niKul ai nau-pau atrva, in uau
' l.llnw' Hll Howl.
i I ALKXANDBB LODQK, NO. feM.
r i Inueiiendeiit Order of Old-Titl-
t 1 low, nuwl every Thundar nighl
at half-put aevn, in their ball on
oinnwrrim avvuiK. uetween nuin an 9 ncvenin
:n'l will H. Hawkinh, n. u
MAIHO ENCAUPMF.NT, I. O. O. f.,inli
kJw Odd-rrUowa' Uall on th Bml and third
I utility in vry oioiiUi, at ualf-p! uvea
A. Comiioi, C P
0A1KO LODHK.NO.an.A .F. A A. at
Hold n-irular eonubiuiication In Ma-
aonie 1U11 , corner Comnierclal avenu
and iilahut atruel. on Ui avoond and
"ourtli Muniiai oreacn montu,
hatch or AnvKtmiivo.
tf" All bill for advertUm-, ar due and pay
able IN AJJVACB
Transient advertiaing will b iniertel at th
rate of tl ' per tquar foi th first inivrtion
and V cent for each aubaeuuent on A lllxral
diicount will be made on Handing and diipl
For Inaerting Funeral notice 1 (0 Kotine of
meeting of loclctie or leurtt onkri 6 cent for
Church, Society, Featival and Supper notice
Will only be inaerted aa advertlaement
N ailvertlMuent will be received atleet than
90 cent, and no aavertiaement will be intt-rud
for 1 than three dollar Pr month
LOtTAI. BI'S)I.t.M !OICF.
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted in the Bcllktih as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square - $ 50
Two Insertions per square 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Sis insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square- 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ents or for longer time,
Grand Steamboat Excursion
The Splendid Steamer
Will leave Cairo
Saturday Evening, June 16, 1877.
At 2 o'clock d. m.. arriving at Colura-
liiia at 4 p. ui., and at Hickman 5:30 p, in.
Returning, the boat will leave Hick
man at 8 p. m., arriving at Columbus at
10 p. m. and reaching Cairo at 12 rn.
The boat will land at Fillmore, Keutucky,
both going and coming
Fare taStd Tri. !::.:.!:; Etfrdinls
Supper 50 ctnts. A good time guaran
teed to Bll. BEN HOWARD, Ukpt.
For tickets or information apply to
Jas. Bifios, Agent.
TUESDAY. JUNE li 1677.
I.aeal Weather Be port.
Cauo. lit., Jun S, ItC7.
rainfall, .ii inch,
Sera-eant, SUnal btrvloe. I'. 8. A.
.1. j .jurax t.x.x-J
For artistic Photographs at a moderate
:ost rail at Gustave Wet?U s Gallery.
A home on Division street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to W. K. SMITH.
Wood! Wood 1 1
A large quantity of wood, ready tor
the stove, for sale at the Cairo and VIn
cennes railroad freight depot, at J5 00
per ctr. It
Tobaero nnd figf r.
Mcrohants,grocer3, and saloon-keepers
should not torget that Messrs. Corlls A
Rankin, proprietors of the Prairie State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estaollshment at the corner
of Slxtn street nnd Ohio levee In this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the largest
and most. complote stock ot
obaceo and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
Have Ton a Cough T
That dry, hacking cough is the herald
ot approaching consumption. To check
the switt progress of the destroyer,
prompt and decisive measures must be
resorted to. A dose ot Dr. Morris' Syr
up of Tar, Wild Cherry and Horehound,
taken when the coughing spells come on,
will aflord immediate relief, and event
ually ellcct a thorough cure. It will be
found equally beneficial la all forms ot
throat and lung disorders. In cases of
croim it is of inestimable value. Call at
the drug store of
and inquire about it. They will furnish
you with a trial size bottle for 10 cents.
Large sizes 50 cents and One Dollar.
Also, agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas-
aut Worm Syrup, which never tans.
Pleasant to take, and requires no physic
Price 25 cents.
ICE ! ICE I
II use, Loomis & Co., dealers in north
cm lake ice, have removed their office
from the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the Ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering ice In all parts of the city t
Those desiring the cold stuff will leave
their orders at the now office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
James Kavanacor, Manager.
Ctlto, Int., Way 17, 1977. t-17-lm
I)a. ;Thb. Wito. I Vat.
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ioai.Lotiu Tl.r4 Ttil
2asiiDgers leaving Cairo at 5 a. m.
reach St. Louis at 3:10 p. m. This Ii
from two to live hours In advance of all
other lines making direct connection for
Chicago and all points northwest. This
Is the only line running tbroagh from
Cairo to the Union depot, St. Louis, In
daylight. Rates as low as any,
F. A. Miller,
1 w. General Passseger Agent
The City Council meets to-night,
-Mr. Tom Whltiock, ot St. Louis, it
in the city.
Carpets aud olMothee, the finest ever
brought to Southern Illinois, at J. Bur
Hon. D. T. Mnegar, we understand,
will deliver the oration at St Mary's Park
on the Fourth of July,
Ladles' linen suits and dusters of all
styles at Burger's, 124 Commercial are'
-11. E. Ziiniuer, professor of analyti
cal clieniUtry, from Springfield, Ohio,
Is snendliur a tew days with friends In
Hie town of Mt. Carmel was packed
on hit Sunday by vUltora from Evans-
ville, Vincennes, Cairo and other cities,
who were curious to view tho ruins.
The late rain and wind storms did
considerable damage to the wheat by
blowliur it down. In some places it is
feared tho loss will reach nearly one
third of the crop.
The crown fluter can now be
bought at D. Hartman s queensware
store at $4.50 each. &-3t
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Fulton and chil
dren left Cairo yesterday by the stimer
Cons Millar, for Cincinnati, where they
will tpend several weeks among friends
Henry Briehan has got into bis new
soda water manufactory, corner of Fourth
street and Commercial avenue, and is
driving business with his usual amount
Wanted A good boy, to learn the
book-binding business. Apply at the
Cairo City Bindery, of A. W. Pyatt fc
Mr. William O'Callahan is finishing
uo his new brick building at the corner
ot Fourth street and Commercial avenue.
The structure is a large and line one,
and is a credit to the city.
All the latest patterns lu glass fruit
jars and Jelly glasses at Uartman's
queensware store, at lowest prices. 9-tf.
The lockup brigade, under City Jail
or Tat Mahouey, did good work on
Eighth street, between Washington and
Commercial avenues yesterday morning.
Jailor Pat knows how to handle the boys.
Burger's prices on fancy and staple
goods are astonishingly low. Call on
him if you want to secure upright,
honest bargains. 1-10-lm.
The Knights of the Mystlo Krew of
Comus, who propose a grand Fourth of
July celebration to Cairo people, on last
Saturday night sent three hundred dollars
to New York city; whloh U to expended
for fireworks alone.
For notions and fancy goods of every
conceivable description, go to Burger's-
He is the king dealer of the city, and
never falls to give satisfaction. 1-10-lm
Mr. Grant Hagey, with hi mother
and sister, were In Cairo on Sunday,
They were on their way to Smlthland,
If y., their former home, where they will
make a short visit to old friends and ac
quaintances. -The Cairo City Bindery, A. W. Pyatt
& Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work of cveiy description In their line In
first-class and workmanlike manner, lm
Burger's stock of dry goods Is un
doubtedly the very finest to be found In
Cairo, tnd for satisfactory bargains ladies
should be sure to give him a call.
Soloman Parelra.at the old stand,
144 Commercial avenue, is now offering
his choice slock of dry goods and cloth
ing at great bargains. Call on him.
Chief Arterison the watch for the
persons who are in the habit of turning
their horses into St. Mary's park on Sun
days. Complaint has been made to the
chief about this matter, and he is on the
lookout for the offenders. So be careful
and don't do it any more.
Persons having magazines, periodi
cals, etc., which they desire to have bound
should take them to the Cairo City Bind,
ery, where they will be done at reasonable
rates and In first-class order. Mm
Mr. John Broderlck, ol the firm of
Halllday Brothers, and Miss Sue Yocum,
daughter of our fellow cltizen'Mr. George
Yocum, were married at the residence or
the brides father on Sunday night. The
bride and groom are two of Cairo's best
known young people, and they have the
best wishes of all for their future welllare
Justice of the Peace Comings, having
removed to Judge Bross' office, corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will be found In his office from
8 to 12 o'clock, a. m., dally. 1-3-tf.
Burger Is offering the finest ot gren
adines, light summer dress goods, silks
aud lawns at remarkably low prices, to
close out tor the season. 1-10-lm.
Ten years of assiduous activity
would be cheerfully given by many a
sufferer lor that purity of blood which
guarantees Immunity from disease. The
labor of a tew hours will purchase that
most energetic blood searcher and purl
fier, Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture.
For sale by Winter & Stuart, a sec
ond hand piano, a fine Instrument war
ranted to be In good order. For price
and terms call on or address,
Winter & Stuart, Agts,
tf. No. Ill Commercial Avenue.
Strangers who visit Cairo should
never fall to call on Burger, the man
moth dry goods dealer. The display ol
fine goods In his establishment, 124
Commercial avenue, has never bees
equaled by 107 bouse In Cairo. 1-10-lm
F.M, W.rdbu fontUto toe l
business, and Is uow delivering pure lake
toe in all parts of the city. Orders left
wltbblm will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the ice dollve red guar
an toed. 1 3-lm
Palatable medicines. Ayir't Cherry
Pectoral U a honeyed drop ot relief; bis
Cathartls Pills gild sugar coated over the
palate; and his Saraaparllla U t nectar that
imparts vigor to lite, restores health and
expels dlMM. Watered (Pa.) Adver
Burger's dry good's house, No. 124
Commercial avenue, it the palace store ol
Egypt, md hit olerkt the most polite,
affable and business-like men In the
trade. Be sure and give Burgers call
before you buy elsewhere. 1-10'lm
Charley Pfiflerllnglu order to satisfy
the wants ot the people or Cairo and
strangers who may visit Cairo, has fitted
np In connection with his par excellent
"Our Saloon," a ladies restaurant. Ills
larder Is at all times abundantly supplied
with tbo choicest luxuries, and for a fine
lunch, or a cool, refreshing drink of any
description. Charley Pflffcrllng's is the
place to get It.
Mr.Egnew, the proprietor of the St.
Charles hotel, will on next Wednesday
evening give the people of Cairo an op
portunity to show their benevolence. He
will at that time give an Ice cream and
strawberry festival, in the spacious din
ing ball of the St. Charles, lor the bene
fit of the suffering people of Mt. Carmel,
which will no doubt draw a large crowd.
Jacob Klee, corner of Washington
avenue and Twelfth street, is now pre
pared to supply the citizens of Cairo with
pure lake ice at the lowest living prices,
ilit wagon makes daily rounds, nnd will
deliver ice in any part ol the city. Ice
depot at corner Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, where all orders should
be left. 1-2-tf
Arlington Hotel arrivalu: John
Sherrer, Madison, Ind.; Wm. Slierrer,
do; Geo. B. Carry, Louisville; J. S. Bar
rett, Uniontown, Ky.; Thes. 11. Smith
and C. K, Burks, Anna; Mrs. J. Fulton,
Charleston, Mo.; Q. C, Brenlinger,
Belleville, Ills.; E. P. Howell, Chicago;
E. L. Andrews, Indianapolis, Ind.; J
W. nopper, Clarkton, Mo.; H.G. Reed,
Steamer Junius Morgan; ,1. W.Kennedy,
The "Baby's Beet Friend" Is the most
apnroprtate title for Dr. Bull's Baby Byrop.
It is absolutely lree from opium, morphia
and other powerful agents, is perfectly
safe and reliable under all clrcumttances,
and by allaying the usual stomach and
bowel disorders of babyhood keeps the
child from fretting and crying, so injurious
to itself and annoying .to all, Price 23
Mr. Ed. Braxtou, that chief of ton
sonal artists, has taken charge of the
shop on Eighth 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, ne was one of the sufferers in
the late fire at the corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, and lost heavi
ly. He is now trying to build up again,
and we bespeak tor mm a lair snare 01
patronage. lie deserves it. ti
A telegram received in this city
late last evening, announces the fact
that the suit of Union Trust company of
New York and Barring Brothers vs. the
St- Louis, lion Mountain 4 Southern rail
road company, asking for the appoint
ment of a receiver for that road, has
been decided In favor of the company,
and denying the appointment ot receiver.
The ease was heard by Justices Miller
and Dillon of the United States supreme
court. The argument was heard at
Arrivals at tne Planters House were
H. E. Bush, St. Louis ; S. M. Contun,
Vincennes, Ind.; B. H. Hurst, Clnoinnath
Ohio; B. A. Herring, St. Louis; J. f
Ferguson St. Louis ; J. J. Stewart, St.
Louis ; F. Kopp, Mew Miidrld. Mo.; L
M. Reims, Cin Ohio; Dr. D. F. L-
ard and wife, Muskegon, Mich.; J. W,
Dupree, Baton Rouge, La.; G. Sh warts,
Cin. Ohio; O. A. Cripps, Vincennes,
Ind.; T. Hut'.on Vincenues, Ind.; M.
Matthews, Carat, Ills.; G. N. Brythor
and wife, Dexter, Mo.; L. B. sweet,
Clinton, Ky.; E. Lewiln Moskow, Ky.;
J. C. Morris. Ullin, Ills.
Refrigerators, the very beat, at A.
Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table and
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' im
plements, plows, eorn planters and shelt
ers, sulkey rakes, and a general stock ot
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging baskets ot all
kinds ; the largest variety ot bird cages
in the city and will be sold very low at
A. Halley's, 115 Commercial avenue.
"A Sufferer," in this morning's
Bulletin, wants to know it Chief Artcr
can't (,give the dogs a rest" and 'go
for" the burglars. "A Sufferer" may
not know it, but Chief Arter, and all
the members of the police force have
done, and are still doing their best to
bag the burglars, But we fear "A Sut
fercr," like many other citizens, expects
too much ot the police. It it Impossible
for four night policemen to prevent bur
glories if burglars wautto operate,
one or two good detectives would do
more good in tho present instanco than
The appointment of Mr. Sam Iluuim
to succeed Mr. Lynch in the clerk's of
fice seems to us to be an eminently
proper one under all the circumstances.
Mr. Humm is an excellent accountant,
a fine penman, and thoroughly compe
tent to grapple with the duties of the of
fice. His experience as deputy, and hit
thorough knowledge ef the affairs ot the
office singled blm out as the man to suc
ceed Mr. Lynch. Humm contemplate!
being a candidate for the office at the
election next fall, and It lie should con
clude to enter tbe list ot candidates he
will make it exceedingly lively tor hit
opponents. He baa many warm friends,
and they will stick to him "closer tbtn a
A Journeyman tailor, an tttaohieof
a down-town merchant tailoring estab
lishment, yesterday hired a horse from
Mr. Perry Powert to go to Mound City
Tbe Journeyman tailor It considerable of
a beer drinker and before reaching the
outskirts of the city had "taken on" suf
ficient to render him exceedingly top
heavy Near where the road crosses the
Illinois Central railroad, bis hore
took fright, and started towards
town at full speed. Tbe rider kept
hit place well until ho reached
the corner of Commercial avenue and
Twellthistreet, where the horse makings
quick turn threw htm to the ground.
The only injury sustained was a slight
bruise on the top of the head ; but he
could not be Induced to make another
start for Mound City.
Sheriff Saup does not relish the idea
of tbe people of Cairo and Alexander
county giving him credit forgiving John
Tyler.tho colored man, a place on tbejury
in the circuit court last week, buc places
the whole of the censure, at the door ot
Judge Baker, who, it Is said, Instructed
a bailiff to "call the darkles," altera
long and tedious effort to get a Jury in
the Scott-Goodall case. Why Sheriff
Saup should object to having it Bald
that he was tho cause ot placing a negro
on the jury Is something unaccountable
to us, for it it had not been for the votet
of the colored people of Alexander
county, Mr. Saup would never have been
sheriff. But Sheriff .Saup did not put
John Tyler on the Jury. This we are con
The follwoing were the arrivals at;the
St. Charles: Chas. S. Abell, Chicago;
T. I). Long, Baraboo. Wis-; W. P.
Owens, Memphis; Mrs. Simpson, Chica
go; Gralton Hall, Toledo, Ohio; J. S.
Connors, New Orleans ; O. W. Murray,
St. Louis ; S. Levy, Cincinnati ; Jobn
II. Sonntey, Evansville ; T. It. Barkley,
Mis;.; J. J. Spears, Memphis ; Mrs. A.
Fullerton and daughter, Memphis;; J. B.
nedrick, Richmond, Ind,; D. Y. Wheeler,
St. Louis; W. S. Weldcn, Centralla; A.
II. Field, Louisville, hy.; Chas.Richnrd
ton, Milwaukee; w, v. Holder,
Memphis; 11. M. Cudebrac and wife,
Mobile; C. M. Shinkle, Cincinnati; G. ii.
Weldon. Centralla; Rice A. Perrine,
Union City. Tenn; W. M. Cosgrave,
Pittsburg; W. D. Kirpatrick and son,
Ky.; II, Stahl, St. Louis; C. 11. Joucg
Juniatta, Neb ; .Jerome Delancy, St,
Louis; P. T. Chapman, Vienna, ills.;
Col. W. C. Splan, Canton, Miss ; A. E,
Battson, Ills.; W. .Leonard, Vlcksburg;
M. Lowenburg. Vicksburg; M. O'Conor,
Chicago; J. C, Hodges, Centralla.
AFTEK THE CHI El'.
"A anrfcrer" Want Ihe Chief of Police
to 'Wive (be Bok at Beat" aud Uo
For th Burglar.
Editors Bulletin : Cannot our able
aud intelligent chief ot police be persua
ded to give the dogs a rest for a few days
while he devotes his time to tbe exterm
ination ot the band of burglars now in
rosting the city V Or, If he is not compe
tent to grapple with them, let him send
In hit resignation, so that we may have
a new deal and some sort of a show lor
protpctlon for the money now wasted on
the police. It is a scandal 011 the good
name of the city to have tolerated such
a state of affairs so long.
June II, 1677.
Circuit court convened yesterday
morning, promptly at 9 o'clock, Judjfe
Baker, presiding. Considerable delay
was caused by the ubsence of a uutuu-r
ot Jurors, who were subpoenaed lur hU
week ot the term. No but-lnrnK w s
done until lu the ufU n.ouii, when 11 fill
panel was sworn In, and the cum- . .
Frank Gordon, charged with n-i-aun i-
commit muruer upou the pi-i-nn 01
Henry Sargent, was taken up. Suit--
A'tornoy Mulky for the pro-ncutinn. ami
D. T. Lint-gar for the defense.
The jury, niter a short t-lit. nr: n.
returned a verdict ol 11 11 i..ti-; : iin
bodily Injury, the penaltj ol whicii
Is six months or on )ar
in the county jail, with a due of from
$25 to $1,000.
States Attorney Mulkey eutered a
nolle in the cases of A lolph Glick, Cor
nelius Green and John McCatthy,
whereupon by order of the court, they
were released trotn custody, and w'jeu
last seen were going down Washington
avenue at a rate suggestive of rapid
Charles narrls was arraigned before
the court, charged with assault to com
mit murder upon the person of Frank
Herbert, and plead guilty, whereupon
the court alter examining tne witnesses
in the case, sentenced tbe prisoner to
three years In the Penitentiary. A iury
was impaneled In the case of Wm. Lewis,
a young colored boy, charged with
breaking Into tho C. & V. R. R. ware
house. II. H. Black for the defence.
The case was still on trial when court
Five cases were up before Judge Bird
In the polico court yesterday, as follows :
John Fllnn was picked up by Chief Ar
ter for being drunk, and alter resting in
the city jail over Sunday, was up tor trial
yosterday morning. Ho plead guilty to
the charge, was fined seven dollars and
the costs, and wont to;all for ten days,
because ho had to money.
John Gundcrsou was druuk and disor
derly on Sunday, and Chlof Artor run
him in. He was arraigned beforo tho
tribunal ot justice yesterday, and after
telling his little story, was ordered to Jail
for elovcu days, because he couldn't pay
hit fine and costs, which amounted to
something worse than eleven dollars.
Henry Harris, Joseph Rogers and John
Fox wcro all up torj vagrancy. Tho
former wat fined fiftecu dollars and costs,
and the Jtwo latter twenty-fiye and costs
each. The Judge gave FoxaudBogert
a little more than he did Harris, for the
reason that a suspicious looking key was
found upon them, whloh could have been
of no use to them other than that of get
ting Into somebody's house where they
had no business, Harris went over for
eighteen day t, and Itogerttnd Fox for
thirty-three days web.
YE OLD FOLKE.
Programme For To Great Event.
A liste of ye men and women singers
Of ye Publick Slnglnge Meeting, to be
held at ye Towns Halle, on Friday, ye
Fifteenth day of ye Sixth month, in ye
evening, In ye year ot our Lord, A. D.
"TBra4 Tim Btater"-
Deaoon Barlboleuiaw llard-cribl
V 11 ow Inatrum ntrra.'
Llvingworib Smiiber Kiwnthrnpe Dingt.
"Y Siring lu trummten. '
iMidcinona Hopkin. Ed T.ogUwonh.
'l'Firt Wo ucq Slug ."
IIammolrkth Hupm.n, Ablgal Hymea. Kea
iuh Wiuleinlu..m Hiinojh Aim rVrkuie,
Deb mb Myk yte, Btohel TouipkiB, iJ al
ba ra Makc-p-a .
"Ye conde Part. Women Singer
Mutllda Binugjln. ttuiB Ana Applebloom
Ye Men Hie Sinner. "
Deacon Bartholeawtr UarJscrable, Jonah
Kaul, Jouu Holgata.
"Ye men Lo Singer."
Squlie Wit erapoon. Hezekiah Boax ttwlngiu
bothara, Jonathan Barcelona.
YE FIRSTS PARTE,
1. Auld ange Sync
men and Wnm, n Mlutfpra
2. NorthrMil.... AI' yc Men and Women Blneert
3. A Worldye one Parte long Obitdah Budim
4. A Worldye four f arte long. tour men linger
A. Creation AUv Men aud Vtomei Singer
6. A Worldye one Harte nnng Abag-llljmn
7. hwlng Low Sweet Chariot...... AU
Men and Women Stugera
5. A Four Parte Song .....Four Women Binger
K. Old Polk Tun m .....All
ye Men andWomea singer
Worldye one Parte Song
YE SECOXDE PARTE
1. Jerusalem Hrme -
ye .Men and Women 8inrer
2. A Worliyeone Part Sung.. .,..
3. Maieetv All ye Men and Women Singe
4. A Worldwye Four Parte Hong Two
Hen and two Women 8ing.ru
5. No Tax on Tea Patlenoe
Hnrdtomakepace. Ruth Ann BuKglethnip
6. A Worhlyeone Part Song Kmnu Win-
lilnauim, ahe that wna a li illingham
7. A Hyme ..By yeChurehKvr
. Ye Church Oriran A Woman Speaker
. Then and Now" Original Lyne that Ryme
N B. At ye end of ye Fyrsto Parte
there will be a resting spelle for ye sing
er to get their breath, and some of re
men iolke will serve refreshments.'
N. B. Several well favored
men folke will show yefolke to .jmlort
able sittings, and allow ye younge man
to itaye withe younge maiden on ye
women's side ot ye mcctlnge.
N. B. Yo door ot ye Towne hall
shall be unbarred by 7 of ye o'clock, and
ye sounding Jof yo blowc and.'.itrlnge
instrument shall begin at S bv ye clocke.
Aud it cost ye gootlc tolko yc sum ot
At the Flc-nMl, Preabyterlnu and
Rev. Dillon-Lee, of the Church ol
the Redeemer, preached two interesting
sermons on Sunday. The morning ser
mon was ou the subject of "Suium-i-
Souls" aud thai ot the evening on H
character of Eli. The rector. In '
morning discourse, insisted that the
sun of summer melted away eonvrrt
Hons and made the ordinary C'ir--glve
up the business of w -His
hits were palp
But, it we were ot a
turn ot mind, we might iuUi tu e
condition of the weather Is to Im- o- ti
ered in the business ot soul-savm. No
soul was ever saved, so far as our s r
vatiou has extended, while the thermom
eter was below the freezing point, mil
the body In which the giul n-Med
wns In a warm room, or wiw wurm
clothed. If all men were cmiip U"'
nit in sumiiit-r clothing, 011 z-rn dai. in
rooms w'uhout lire, ino-t men wmiiil g
t the (li-vil. In CuiiifiMtiihli- r.i.uns.
with co.-iy iirrmiiidiiigH, llt-iiin. "
r n fennnm. Inti'l "aMi ti-!" ' 1 1 v
1 111 iy lie 1
lln l)i- (Oil 1 .
ci z M ! lb
mi- .ii lie .:;,:. s : ' - .u 1 -' - r
H' 100. A it) mt 70 ui I wi; 1 1 -r
thlllJH IllVnlH'i e. lll'l-t Nlllllrl (lie. .-.4 l-ll
But It is well to kei p the true of the mill
reminded of th ir duty, so thai utlilit-r
heat nor cold tlmll u.ake them waver;
and this wa skilliully done In the ser
mon 011 "Summer Souls."
REV. OEOItCE AT THE FKESBYTEKIAN
CUL'RCH MORNING BfcRUON.
Psalm 4S: 14. "For this God is our
God iorever aud ever. He will be our
guide even unto death."
The Bible, said the pastor, has cer
tainly a wonderful power to move and
kindle the souls o men. When we seek
tor its elements of force and of fire, one
of the very first that meets us is the con
ception It gives of God. Aside from the
revelation contained in the Bible, the
world has been practically without the
conception of one personal God distinct
trom the universe. Max Muller, that
princo among scholars, has pointed out
the fact that the three religious wblth
build unon that conception as
a foundation tho Christian, Jewish,
aud Mohammedan, all proclaim the God
of Abraham, It Is a pity that any alter
warming themselves at tho lire in the
house of God's Revelation and taking
this great truth as a brand to kindle
tire tor thomtelves should turn around
and throw stones to break in the win
dows of the bouse whence they have
God's relation to His works aspre
setitcd in scripture was then dwelt upon,
and attention calleJ to the fact that alter
letting forth his power aud wisdom
His greatness and glory as seen In na
ture tho sacred writers turn with delight
to tbe thought that this God Is the God
of His people.
He Is theirs on virtue of his own cove
nant engagements. Hit power protects
them; Hit wisdom guides them; Hi- I
love encircles them and hit faithtulm- 1
ts the everlasting foundation of tin
confidence. He It theirs to trutt in.
pray to, to walk with, to lov.
and to enjoy Iorever.
M. I. CHUICB.
In the absence of tbe pa. .; ': ,
, M. V- church, tbe Rev. P. P. Fruh m
tho H..)'ist church, filled tbe pulpit ori
I Sundnv MVi-nlnir.
Mr. French took tor
hit text the following question of our
Savior to the Pharisees What think
yo of Clirlxt f "There are three ways
of (. rialiilng the ihoughtt ot man.
Firat, by What they My we have t right
to auppoae u honest man yt what he
means tmuitl, by a man7 action
there U an old maxim which tell us
that notion eix-ag louder (ban word;'
third, from wh 1 God my ll who
made mail kim lu thud . hi. In
Scripture, men ure ll vlfled la 11 ,
clasps ti.e lii.tt r- , 1,1' -Jesuit),
lie ii, , 1 v
he thai. Im ll V I- :-., r . . .
What do u- ii -.-1 ( w ij .y.r i.rtf) ,.-'
of ChrUir lu iVier, 2l,7ui. Uu -you
therefore wliieii bnltvw. lie la piucjuiu.
Believers think, then, Curiai i pitcoa
to them. The word precious exprte
much. Take a mother, wh. se dying
child lies in the arm of another, aud at
ll lies struggling in death sh clapt it to
her, whispering, 'Preciou child.' Think
of the warm love expressed In that word.
And those here to-night, does tbt word
precious exprest your love to Jesus?
Again, one says, MVhom have I betldd
Tbee V another, 'He it the one altogether
lively.' Have any ot ut a friend on
earth sodear, who ts altogether, lovely,
without fault T It there not something
wanting? Cnrlttls perfect. 'He Is the
chief among ten thousand.' He ts not
only precious, but lie Is joy. We may
have some very precious friends, and yet
they may not fill us with Joy. 'Whom
having not seen, ye love; In whom,
though now ye see Him not, ye rejoice
with joy unspeakable and full of glory,'
1st Peter, 1st, 8th. We may not be a
true believer, we may think we are per
fect, but not '"' -vyet ot God. What
docs tb; .., ner Jhink of Christ?
'Heia 'f )..; id rolected. ot men,'
lMiab tie hath no form nor come--tw
o-atir sight. -They cannot see
v.. - li;autv the bile ver does. How did the
I nn,pB..ra .. f-hrlat wl.llo nn aarrh
I They said, 'He guilty, put Him to
death,' and spat In Vis face. We art
prone to anger, but could we do so
mean an act? But what does the great
God think of Christ? 'And, lo! a voice
from heaven, saying, This Is My beloved
son, in whom I am well pleased.' Matt.
3d, 17th. Aud yet men said be wat only
fit to die. Again, 'The God ot our
fathers raised up Jesus, whom ye slew
upon a tree ; Him hath He exalted to be
a Prince.' Acts, 4th, 12th. Thera It
none oilier name under heaven given
among men whereby we mutt be saved.
Lot the wicked forsake his ways. 'Jeui
r i li unto him, I am the way, the truth
- ' ' e lilt-; no man comethunto the
' 'mt by Me.' John 14th, 6th.
; He will have mercy on
tow think you ot Christ?"
ting of the Rough and
my will take place this
i-tubers are requested to
: 0 a.
:. R." .'oodwVrd. Pres.
I people i-uner to t ir 1 eater
(rem thin ad atflfotlon:
y ctiltb at it by Inroffl-h-Ir
rood; otherg wh se oc-
de" 11 ry iba-aitT have
1 1 tne of to
v o . r. ' Ii-i
ll g HP el
, -.- I P
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' u;in '.
II 1 -
l 11 1 1 I- I I I'll' Wil.
'ull-iTc. This JElY-T
neily u ili,MVVeil t M UII8tHIIHr
South AiiiitIcj. Send a wlf-ad-
nvehiiie to the R v. Joeph T.
iinimii, S iiiinii D. Bible House,
1. O. O. F.
Alexander Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., with
friends, will go on an excursion to Hick
man, Kentucky, Thursday, June I4th,
1877, and will leave the wharf from foot
of Seventh street, at half past 7 o'clock,
a.m. Gentlemen, $1 ; Ladles 4 5 cents;
Children under seven year, 00 cents.
-Mothers will grow weary and sigh
over the responsibility that baby placet
unon them, but they have the high privi
lege of shaping a character for useful
ness. The exercise ol natieuce and tbe
prcservation'.of,baby't health by tbe prop
er use of Dr. Buil t baby ty rup wm givo
them great present comfort and pros
pective happiness. 25 cents per bottle.
Wboleiale Draler in
Office, Corner Twelfth nd
ICK by the Car Load or Ton .Will be
packed for shipping.
bp ial Attention Paid te
NIGHT OB DAT TIM. ' f
lroot. - CUro, lUlM
Quality el MIAT 'viyt
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