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'gif.il'.'. ::L,'"'.n. 1 M. "
;a)R0 business houses.
Kit. Any business Arm can linve three lines
lw, in tlil Hnim under niirurlatc hauling
lilieml of SIN) r month tir Urycar
payttil! quarterly In uilvsiite.
Hardware, Mtotr ana Tin Ware.
A. HArXEY-llirliifitovi'i,Tinaiil Hurd
Ware, Oui'li n ami tunll'Ts' lniileim'iilii, Win)
JoimU, Ib-friuiTutorit, I'ump ami Ijiddrrri.
11 5 Coiumercutl Avenue. CiuitrrinKi and Jul)
Work dou on short iiotii.
J. S.M(j AHEY-Ifculcr in hard ami soft him
lr, fluorlnir, ctdlnit, sidinir und eiirbued
lumlM-r, lulli anil sliinidix. oillc nivi ysrd
iwrui-r Tweutittu atrtfl und Washington .ivtiiuf
LANCASTER A KIC'K-Dtulen in e.h.
uW, IiIijuIh, etc.. hard anil soil lumlir and
liliiKkii. Yard ana olUce, Coiniiivn iul avenue,
"timer 17th atreet.
I), il AKT.M AN tinier In (Jiu-rnnwari!, Toy,
I .amps mid all iiudn of Uncyaitid'i. i.'oiuiuur
r! uveiuie, corner '-Hi nl'n t.
WILLIAM WINTKU-Slxlh strut lietwwii
ommerrliil avenue ami Washington avrnui-.
lollimif mi (I Men-limit rnilurliiK.
JOHN A M'KIM -Merchant Tailor ami dntlir
In Itrudy limit; Clotlii. "3 Ohio Jvie.
Kenl KutHte AireiiiliK.
M. .1. HOWI.Ky-li.iil Katate Agent, buys
).! lls real tMUU-, oullecla rents, nays luiea
lor noii-rt'niileuu.eu:. (joinui'-rriai avenue, or.
twit-u .Ninth tw'l tenth Iritis.
uiiiiiilhloa Men IimiiKi.
Jl l.ottin and Tolai oo r'actoM and ) ro
I.netfir or tne farmer' loho'M'O urefnaie
:i k K'7 Conniiiiierual Avenue.
I ' A Sl'K It VOa l-
L lieueral Koiwiiniinir and t'on ni ?-ion
merchant, lor the tale of I aim, (iRi'lcn, Or
rhanl and Dairy I'roduce. fj Ohio l.evte.
V A. WII1EI.OI.K A (.(.
Ij Oneral rorwardinir and 'nrmnitaion
merehanU), and dealera In ullkiuilaof fiuitmcl
l'rMluc. 'A oltio l-vee. CoiiiKmiinta olic-
ilelc htencils turnihid on application.
ILUNOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road HunDing Two
Daily TrsiriB from Cairo,
Tralna Leave Cairo
p.m. Fart Kxprcna, arriving iu .Kt.
Louis H:'M p. til.; Chicago, 7:3t, a.m.
2:20 p.m. CENCINNATI & LOUIS
VlLLE FAST LI WE
ArriviDR' n Cincinnati a m.; Lotila
ville, t:,im : indiinapoli, 4.ir a.m.:
l'ankenijcri by this train arrive tit above
OF ANY OTflZB BOUIE.
1:.'!0 p. m. Fa-t Mail vfitli alefpTH attach
' td. for tit. I.L'IS and ClllCAt.O,
arriins in f?t. Loul- at U:) a.m. (.'In
( ato at p.m. Connecting at fidiu
or KtlltiKbain I'jr Cinciumti, Loulvillc
FAST TIME EAST
ftiwM'Djftr by tbia line (ro tlirouIi to
the at without any delay caused by
1'he SATUI'.DAY Ar'TKKNOON TKAI.N
FKOM C.VIH'l AIIKlVF.s IN NKW
VoKK MONDAY MOHMMJ
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTIIKK KOI.TK.
Advertimtnta of competlnf lines that
they mike better time than this one, are
are irwued titut-r through ignorance or a
rieatrc to mii-lcad the public.
ror Hiroupli tii ki ti and information,
pply at Illinois Central It. It le-ot, Cairo.
TKJkVU AHIUVI AT C 110
tipreis i'i'' P rn
lad a .1 : 1'. u.lii.
J AS. .CUNON,
(Jcn'l Sum in Ajt.
J. II. JoNKS.TUkt t t.
tlfipp, 11(1.1 VI J '.. t 111 "' I
ithe efferta of error at d -u in
L) JH earlv lile. .Mannowl Itnttored. Im fl
tij rn eiinten0 lo marriane remoei.
Cj New nethod of treaimeiit Nr :
KJ 2 and retnailiilile rcniedim. I'.miKh Z
'ote'and rircnlap. wnt free in -eale.l U
r "?! 'envel'.i. Adilersa Hoakd As-S
Yi W noriAlloH. 11' N. Ninth it. I'liila-H
CQ ) d.lphia. I'm. An in t it lit ton Imv-.jjj
lO fJ,ir,Ka IukIi reputation tor hoiw.r-,1
"al.le Couduct ami prolesional
. a. til .
jijj m mttm Mataaaiaa taawaai at
Tolinceo uml ritrer).
Mi-ri hnnts.gror'pr, mi'l ealoon-ltiT-lifr.'
houlJ not toriji't that M'"r-i. Corlis tV
Kankln, proprietor of tlm I'rairii staff;
Tobacco Factory at .Midropoli, have
oprnctf an otablislimi'iit nt the corner
of Sixtn ptrcot and Ohio lvi'ft in tins
i:ity where they wil. do a wholesale and
rtail htiriiu'ss in the tobacco and riinr
line. They have on hand the. lare.-t
and- inot complete stock 01
obaeeo and :inrs ever opened
in Cairn, nnd are pren:uvd to
Htipply the wanH of the trade at flic
lowest living prlfcs. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
Plrture nntl MrnrkttlN.
E. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Hracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. Ho has opened a
largo stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
chronios, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels laney nulls, hut racks, etc.
i'ieture lruuiing made a speciality
Chronios mounted iu tlie cheapest and
bcst style. lm
.Murder Will Out.
A few years u'o "August Flower" was
discovered to be a certain cure for dyspep
si and liver coniplalut, a few thin dyspep
tics made known to their friends how
easily and quickly they had been cured by
Its use. Theureut merits of Uicen's
August Flower becumo heralded through
the country by one suiter to another, until,
witliOUt advertising, its salo has become
immense. Druggists In every town in the
L'nltod States are nclliog it. -No person
suffering with sour stomach, shk boailacha,
ostlvencss, pa'pitutlon of iho heart, lndi
ge;t'on,bw spirits, etc., can take these
doses without relief. Go to Paul CI. Schuh
and get a bottle for TJ cents and try it.
Hainpla bottles 10 tonts.
To all who are suflering from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss or man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of clmnro. This great
cnicuy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. Send a sulf-od-dressed
envelope tothcKov. Joseph T.
lunmn, Station D. Bible House, New
The aiilulits of Die aliovu oi l- r iml
at their hull the lira uml thilU Momlav
iu e.iru month. C'iiniinri.'iul avenue, :M iloor
on 111 of "reet, at n p.m.
Join II. ILil lIM, (i. CI. M.
A8CAI.0N LOIlUK, NO. 61.
Knlirhtit of I'ythius, meets every r"ri-
iluy nlKUt al tiajl-iiu.it aeven, in U'l'l-
fellows' ilull. llowa,
ALKXAKDKK LOlXiK, NO. J4.
Imlt-pendi-nt Onli of Odd-
' Kwat at lult-axt seven, In their fiailon
miiin.reial avenue. Uilwr.ji sixth outJ Heventb
"Hit WlIX h. Il.tWHIM, N. l.
nAHlO ENCAMPMENT, t. 0. O. F., nuW
oin OiM-t'i llowa' Hull on the drat and thirl
I in lay in every muntli, at half-past KVen
A. COMINOH, C 1
CAIHOLOHOK. NO. if7, A. r. 4 A. M.
irulitr cofiiiiiuinuliong in am-
(Mirner Coinmeritial avenue
and Kiirh'h at rut, on the eucond and
'onrth Monday of ea:h liiontu.
KATKM Or AOVKUI4I.VU.
ffAl hill for advertising, are due and pay
able IN ADVAXCS
Transient aJvcrtUuK will U inacrtfl al th
rate of II of) icr'ttare for the lit d ins'-rtion
and So cents for each lulmcjucnt one A linurul
UitciUnt will be tnude on ctuiiiling and dipl
For InaertinK Funeral notice tl i Notice of
meeting of aocletiea or eec.-el orders ' eents for
Church, Society, Fcutival and Supr notices
Will only be inserted as advertisement
Ne advertiMinent will be received at lat than
6f) cents, and no auvertUemcnt will I Inserted
fur lens thun thrte ilollarx per month
i.oc.ti. hi .ii.im .oi( i.
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (l.es
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square
Two insertions per square....,
Three Insertion per square..,
.... 1 00
.... 1 "5
.Six lii'crtlons per square
Two weeks per square
One month per square
.Special rates made on lare adverti.ie-
HienM or for longer time.
Grand Steamboat Excursion
J he Splendid hteamer
Will have Cairo
Saturday Eyening, June 16, 1077.
At 2 o'clock P. m.. arriving at f'olum-
bus at 4 p. in., and at Hickman 5:30 p, m.
lteturniiig, the boat will P ave hick-
tu.ni at 8 p. tn., arriving nt I oltitnbns ut
10p. in. and rcachinir Cairn at 12 m.
The boat will hind at r ill more, Kenne ky,
both going and coniin;
i,mi fw fat'oJ'Vti ?jttii.
aita Ins iMtiaatf iitu ttMtM.u.t
ONE DOLL AH
Supper .VJeMits. A good time guaran
teed to all. lil.v Howako, Cpt.
For tickets or intrma'io.i apply to
.Its. I'.iM.s, Atrent.
SATUIDAY. JLXL10. bT;.
For nrti-tlf l'hotographsat a moderate
;o-t call at ;nstavrVetcU a Calh-ry.
Huse. I.oomi3 (t 'o., dealers In north
ern lake ice, have removed their cilice
from the currier of F.ighth street and
f thio levee to the ice hou-'cs one door be-
ow the St. hurle-i hotel, and are now
leliveriiig ice in all part of the eitys
Tlio-e tlesintig the cold sfull will lcuve
their orders at the new Ofliec, W here tin y
will receive prompt attention.
.Iamv.j ICavasai oii, Mi.nuger.
a n(o, I i.i.s., May 57, 177. 'i-17-lm
Si 'lisll.lc Aitt Ice.
1 on are aked every day thrmigli Hie
colunins of the uewpap ra siiil by your
drugiri-t to u- soiiiethiip; for jour des-
Ijrrpcp-ia and liver complaint that you
know tiutliiio,' about, jou tt di-i'ouraged
pending money wilh but littl'o siiccet--.
Now to i;lve you a sutisfautory proof
Circeti'a August J lower will euro you ol
dyspepda and liver comphtiiit with all its
effects such as sour stomach, sick he.td
ache, habitual contivt nehs, palpitation of
the heart, heart burn, water-brash, fullues
it the pit of the stomal h, yellow kin,
ted tongue, indiKe-tion, "wiiiiming or the
head, low spirits, Ac, we ak you to go to
Paul O. Scbuh's and get a sample bottle ot
(ireen'i August Flower for lo cents und
try it, or a regular t'.a tor "o cents. Two
loses will relieve you.
A Point oil Which tlit Iloclor Airroe.
riiyalulans who have tested the Jlostct
ters Stomach Bitters concur in represent
ing it to be an eminently sale stimulant, far
preferable to tho ordinary liquors of com
merce, not only because it Is medicated,
but because it is ialinitely pure, lis alco
holic ba.Is Is the fiucst old rye, and this is
tempered aud rendered medicinal by tho
curativo ingredients ot botanic origin
which It holds In solution. It has often
been Imitated, but never rivaled, and is
to-day the loading toulu diuretic and aper
ient la America. Malarial lovers are pre
vented and remedied by, and It Is a thor
oughly reliable medicine in cases of dys
pepsia, constipation, liver complaint, rheu
matism, gout, nervousness, urinary at-
fectlons. It improves tho appetite, in
creases the bodily siamiuu, checks prema
ture decay, as a sustaining and comtorting
cordial for tho nged and intirm is unequal
The majority of people stiller to aficater
or lessor degree from this sad atlllctlou:
many unthinkingly cultivate it by InhuM-
tly.mastleatlng t heir food; others whose oc
cupation is of u sedentary chatactcr have
forced on them, tho excessive uso of to
bacco, etc., till tend to develop It. The
symptoms vary, one suflerlug severely
after meals, another only slightly, cuustipu
tionordlarrahea, flatulence, varlablo ap.
uetlto, etc, are only a few of its unnlea
ant consequence. Now whatlj required,
is attention to diet, aslstod by a remedy
which aids tho natural secretions In tho ul
mcutary canal and produces uniilii a nor
mitl solvency of food. Huch a valuable
remedy Is (he celebrsted Home Btonmeh
Ci'o to the Sew 1 ork Store and obtain
their prices, bcfo'ro buying elsewhere.
Hetnember parties or families laying In
supplies, will bo sold by this house
lower than tiny other house in the city.
Mr. .John Sproat returned to Cairo
from New Oilcans yesterday.
If you want llrst class shoes at a low
prices call on O. Ikythoro & Co. 10-3t
Go to Solomon Parelra's and get
your white Jniarseilles vests at one dol
The best line ol .Sun Umbrellas In the
city, 20 per cent under price.
10-31 o. Hayhioiin do,.
C'urpcts and oilclothe-i, the llmt ever
brought to Southern Illinois, at J. Bur-
gr s. 1-lU-lui
Ladies' linen sulls ami dusters of all
styles at Burger's, 121 Coiiuiierei.il ave
nue. 1-10 lm
.Mr. W'.K. Ludlow, general freight
agent fur Chcpeake and Ohio railroad Is
in the city.
Go to Henry Schick, 1 12 Com me r
clal avenue, for the best 5 or 10 cent
cigar iu town. PMw
The l.'nion county railroad bond
ease will come up in the. circuit court
about next Tuesday.
The iiin-t complete stock of boots and
hoes iu Soul hern Illinois, can be found
at O. iJaythorn & Co. lo-3t.
Kemember that the lleet and beatiti
ful steamer Idlewild goes to Hickman to
day with an excursion party.
All the latest ii itterns ill glass fruit
jurs and Jelly glasses at Iiartniau's
queensware store, at lowest prices, u-tf.
A beautiful complexion depends
upon the purity of the blood. To keep
the blood pore and healthy u-e ir.
Bull's blood mixture.
Sliorifl Snip Is now after personal
(axes and will push their collection with
all possible haite. .So bo ready with the
cii-h. for thesherill will be after it.
Burger Is offering the flne-t of gren
adines, light summer drees goods, silks
und lawns at remarkably low prices, to
close out lor the season. 1-ld-liu.
Found a cull pin. The owner can
have the same by calling at Hardin it
Dewey's, Ohio lever, prove property and
p iying charges. 10-3t
Mr. Henry Schick, at his newe-tab-liohmer.t,
No. 112 Commerchl avenue,
keeps the linest bl inds of Havana cigars
at .i and 10 cents. Try them. 10-1 w
Burger's prices on fancy and staple
goods are astonishingly low. Call on
him if you want to ecure upright,
hone-t bargains. 1-10-1 in.
Mound City will have a Fourth of
July celebration. The Mouuii City
bras, b ind have it in hand. Better drop
It boys, and coupi to Cairo.
We sell lirt class boots and shoes at
lower prices than they can be obtained
elsewhere. We do not oiler "cheap
trash." O. H.iythorn & Co. 10 3t.
The annual exhibition of the stu
dents at St. Vincent's college, ( upe Girar
deau, takes place on next Monday even
ing. A number of our citizen s. will go
I'or notions and fancy goods of ( very
conceivable description, go to Burger's
He is the king dealer of the city, and
never f.uls to give satisfaction. T lO-lm
Lost gentleman's farf pin, imita
tion of fly; alio lady's imitation coral
pin. By returning to Iliotograpb Gal
lery, Sixth street, the tinder wdl be suit
ably rewarded. (l'5-3tj Wi. Wlntkr.
The Episcopal church people, owing
to the unsettled eondtiou of the weather
have concluded to postpone their Sun
day school picnic one week. The picnic
will now take place) on the 2Sih inst.
Burger's stock ol dry goods is un
loubtedly the very linest to be found in
Cairo, and for satisfactory bargains ladies
should be sure to give him a call.
Miss I'jnma Boieourt, of Louisville,
who has been iu "aim for the last month
visiiing her uncle, Mr. Terry Towers, re
turned to her home by the steamer Mary
Justice of the Peace Comings, liavlti!?
removed to Judge Bros;' olliee, corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will he found in his cilice from
S to 12 o'clock, a. tn., daily. 1-3-tf. I
,V lew more chances at two dollars
each, are yet to be had In Urn raluo lor
the line piano box buggy and the excel
lent set of harness to be Milled at Louis
Herbert's European restaurant. 3f
-Seloiuan I'arelra, at the old stand,
111 Commercial avenue, Is now offering
Ills choice stock of dry goods and cloth
ing at great bargains. Call on him.
The close ol the thirty-second term
of the institution for the deaf and dumb,
at Jacksonville, was celebrated on last
Wednesday, on which occasion Miss Cyn
thia I.uttrell, of this city delivered the
1'ersous having magazines, periodi
cals, etc., whl .li they desire to have bound
should take them to the Cairo City Bind,
cry, where they will be done at reasonable
rates and in lii'st-t hiss order. Mm
The colored MciliodioU of this city
lire tnuking preparations for a big barba
cue at Locust grove on Iho fourth of
July. The proceeds ol the affair will he
devoted to paying oil tho debt ot the
Dou't tall to drop In on Henry Schick
In his new palace ol business and exam
ine his stock ot lino Havana cigars. You
will not regret It. 1G-Iv
I'or sale by Winter & Stuart, a sec
ond hand piano, a fine Instrument war
ranted to ho In good order. For price
and terms cull on or address,
WiNTtH Si STUaRT, AH,
tf. No. Ill Commercial Avenue.
Tho work of fixing up Ht. Mary's
park for (he coiulug lelebi.itlon of tho
Fourth il going on. The weed's will all
bo down and the tracks In good condi
tion in a few days If the weather re
Mr. p S. Pennington, general Irelght
agent of tho Cairo and Viuccmies rail
road, who has been In Memphis und olher
Southern cities for some days past look
ing after tho freight bu.siuess ot Ids road,
returned to Cairo on Thursday night.
Strangers who visit Cairo should
never fail to call on Burster, tho mam
moth dry goods denier. Tho display ol
fine goods hi his establishment, 124
Commercial avenue, lias never been
equaled by any house in Cairo. 1-10-lm
Burger's dry good's house, No. 121
Commercial avenue, is the paluce store ol
Egypt, nnd his clerks the most polite),
affable and lti-in--s-liku men In the
trade. Be sure and give Burger a call
before you buy eNew lu re. l-IO'llil
A train on the narrow gauge rail
road knocked a cow oil the track on
Thursday evening, near where the new
levee connects with the old one. cutting
oil one of her front le''s, The bruto has
been lying where she was thrown by the
train without. 1'iod or water since that
time. Our authorities -hould look alter
F. M. Ward has gone into the ico
business, aud is now delivering pure lake
lee in all parts of the city. Orders h It
with him will receive prompt uttfutlon,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
aiiteed. 1 2-1 m
All babies are diminutive C.e ur,
since ihcy come, they see, tiiey conquer,
sometimes by their gentle stillne.-s but
ofteiier by continued and uyror.-ious cry
ing induced by colic, teething, lliitulence,
etc. Dr. Bull's baby syrup by its gentle
yet specific inlliieno! quiets thfi little
ones w ithout ever producing the least
injurious eflect. I rice only 2 cents per
Jacob K Ice, comer of Washington
avenue and Twelfth sireet, is now pre
pared to supply the citizens of Cairo w ith
pure lake ice at the lowest living prices.
His w agon makes daily rounds, aud will
deliver Ice Iu any part ot tho city, ioe
depot at corner U'ahingfon avenue and
Twelfth street, when; all orders should
be left. 1-2-tf
O'.viutf to an incrcasO of business,
and a lack ot room in my place ot busi
ness on Commercial avenue between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets, 1
have opened a branch store et No. 112
Commercial avenue, between highth
and Nineth street, where 1 will keep
constantly on hand a full supply of my
Wi ll-Kiiown brands of cigars and tobac
cos. I Invite my friends and patrons,
and the public generally to come und see
Charley PfiUerlingia order to satisfy
the wants ol the people of Cairo and
strangers who may visit Ctir.i, has fitted
up In connection with his par excellent
"Our Saloon," a ladies restaurant. Hi3
larder is at all times abundantly supplied
w ith the choicest luxuries, and for a line
lunch, or a cool, refreshing drink of nny
description, Charley PilnVi ling's is the
place to get it.
We oiler the following special bar
gains tot a few days only: Full size eleven
quarter bed spreads at il 00. ."00 yards
lancy dre.-s goods worth 2'Jets. lor M :ts.
Jut) yards white Pique worth 20vts. for
12'cts. ."o0 yards Crash worth 13cts.
for lOc'.s. Wutii'titta shirts, an, 1,200
linen bosom and cull-, nesi iu the mar
ket, guaranteed to lit, for il and
numerous o'le r goods tu.der price. Call
and see that we do as we advertise.
lO-llt. O. IIavtiioiin & Co.
Mr. Henry ll.tlh.l ay. of the firm of
Hailiday Brothers this city, is in Buffalo,
N. V., nttendidg a convention of the
.National .Millers' Assot ialiim. Mr. Halil-
day is the secretary ol the Illinois State
Millers'.tssoeiati in, and on Thursday was
appointed by the National convention
one of tho committee on Nominations,
with Messrs. Jewell al New Vcrk.Cahill.
of Minnesota. Baldwin, of Ohio aud
Brnes of Michigan, lour of the mot
extensive millers of the states they rep
resent. The n.'impetiti'vV examination for the
purpo?e of selectinsr a cadet midshipman
for the academy at Anapolis, was com
menced in the United States court room,
in the custom house yesterday morning,
before n board composed of Messrs.
A. Comings, JO. S. Dewey and and Dr.
Wood, all of this city. There are live
applicants. The examination was not
completed last night,' aud will be resum
ed this morning. To-morrow we hope
to be able to give the name of tho lucky
llelngerators, Lie very ber, at A.
Halley's, 115 Commercial avuiue. Also,
toves aud tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' im
plements, plows, corn planters and shelt
ers, sulkey rakes, and a general stock of
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging baskets ol all
kinds; the largest variety ol bird cages
in the oily and will be sold very low at
A. Halley's, 11,, Commercial avenue.
The following were the arrivals at
the Arlington House yesterday. A. 11.
Lauder, Charleston; Willis Ward, MUs
Fannie Willis, Mi.,s Lulu Ward, Me
tropolis; J. fj. Willis, Metropolis; .Miss
Emma Kindrick Charleston; G. W. Sul
livan Paducah; W. S. Heed, New Or
leans, Dr. W, L. Bvion, II. Hughs, Win.
M. Coffee, W. X. Davis, Mrs. Bishop, S.
B. Leiin uml wile, Miss Mattie Uetiice,
Ballard 'Jo. Ky.,s. K, Buekner, Hick
man, Ky; G. S. I'idgeon, Olmstead, III;
J. M. Craig, Unity; W. L. Purrott,
Union City, Ky; J. Curey, Hickman.
It hikes but a single dollar to go to
Hickman on tho steamer Idlewild
with Captain Ben Howard to tluy, and
the man who wont give a dollar for tho
Immense amount of enjoyment that will
bo had, Is indeed wanting hi natures en
dowments. The boaf"- will lev the,
whurf about two oVlock, ..ho will ruimlii
at Hickman long enough fur all who may
wish to take a stroll through tho village.
Hurry Hart's line string band, of Eyans
ylllo will bo on board, and iurnlsb music
fur daneinjj. In fact everything will bo
lovely, nnd our pleasure loving young
folks should not miss this opportunity
lor a merry pleasant trip.
Died at Hot Springs, Arkansas,
Friday, Juno 15th, 1S77, Mr. It. J. Cun
diif. The funeral will take place from
tils Into residence on Ninth, street this
city, at 3 o'clack p. m. to-day by special
train to Villa Itidgc. Services will be
held at the house at 2 o'clock, p. m. All
are Invited to attend.
Dr. V, A. Iluntoon of Chicago, is in
the city and will remain lor several
weeks. Ir. Hunti on is a spiritualist a
writing medium, and during his sojourn
In the city will give a number of tests in
the slate writing business. 'Iherearon
number of so-called mediums now trav
eling In different parts ol the "country
using Dr. Huntoon's name, and the
doctor pronounces them impostors. As
Prof. Cooke will be in the city and
give one of his expositions at the athene
11m on next Monthly evening, and as Dr,
Iluntoon is anxious to meet him, It may
be that a treat is in store for our citizens.
Dr. Iluntoon is an educated and reilncd
gentleman, and undoubtedly sincere tn
The sales at the Farmers' tobacco
warehouse was coiuiuued yesterday, the
total number of hogsheads sold iu (he
tw o days being one hundred and sixty
three. The sale exceeded by seventy-
live hogsheads any ever beioro held in
Cairo. T he prices as a rule were excel
lent and satidaetory. Below we give
the quotations for the two days us ful.
lowi : One hundred and sixty
three hog-heads leaf and lugs,
Sll -13, 11 50, 9 73, f) 00, 0 33, It 70, 9 10,
tl 13, 10 u3, 10 10, 'J 30, 10 10, !l (JO, 10 55,
1 00, 0 30. 12 00, 9 00, 0 50, 10 00, 11 10,
10 15, 10 03, 7 3d, 3 75, 4 75, 0 00, 5 00,
0 90, 3 00, 3 10, 2 25, 3 05, 7 70, 8 N), 5 95,
3 75, 3 00. 3 S3, C 80, 5 25, G 50, 1 5", i 00,
4 (V), 3 20. 3 15, 7 0.1, 3 15, (i 03, 0 55, 3 15,
.'J 05, S 05, 5 25, 2 03, I 00, 3 1,0. 1 25, 7 15,
G 75, 0 75, 8 00. 3 30, 7 35, 3 50, 1 30, 7 00,
3 50, 7 25, (i.0, 3 50 , 3 50, 3 35,
-1 50, 3 35, 7 25, 3 25, 3 50, 7 50, 7 50, 3 55,
3 10,7 55, 7 20. S 00. 3 30, 3 Ml, 5 00, 3 35,
3 25, I 30,8 10, G W, 4 35, S 70, 7 50, 3 55,
7 00, 7 CO, 7 25, 7 70, 3 95, s 00, S 00, -1 30,
3 25, 3 00, 7 00, 7 50, 3 50, 3 15, u 20 7 70,
5 M. 7 10, 8 20. S 90, 3 20, 3 S3, S 0'J, 3 25
S 30, 7 30, 5 SsO, 7 00, S 90, 3 S2, 3 53, 3 80
8 00, 4 10, 1 13, 7,90 3 00, I 05, 3 8J, 7 50,
5 50; 5 00, 3 05, 3 03, 7 20, cm), 3 15,
10 10. 0 70. 3 J5, 10 00, 3 30, 5 00, 3 10,
I 15, 0 30, 3 b'5, 3 50, 3 GO, 7 20, S 35, 9 05,
8 25, 0 00. The lit At sale will take place
on Tuesday next. 'The breako will be a
Notilliern IlllnoU .itrimtl I'lilversity
t oiiiinciicciueiil l.xcrci-tex.
The closing exercises of the South
ern Illinois Normal university took
plac'3 this week ; the commence
ment exercises occurred on Thurs
day. The examinatijn of classes
occupied Tuesday and Wednesday fore
noon. The attendance of visitors, both
from Carboiid.ile and other places in
Southern Illinois was small. At tlte
conclusion of the examining , exer
cises on Wednesday, a lew short extem
poraneous addresses were madj to tl.e
students and the yi-itors by Dr. Pierce
ol Washington county, Mr. Ilarwood ot
, Col. Brush of Ciirboud.de, lion.
G 'o. Wall of D11 iioiii, John II. oberly
Cairo, iiii 1 L)i. Gregoiy ol tie
Illinois Indu-triid university at
Champaign. Iu the evening Prof.
Olney, of the .Michigan L'niveljiV
at Ann Arbor, delivered a Very able
address 011 '' ihe Enetniej of Science and
On Thursday, the commencement exer
cises vu-rv conducted in the lecture hall
of the university. The graduating class
numbered four : Mi.-s Belle A. D. Barnes,
of Anna, Miss Arista Burton and
Mr. W. 11. Warder of Carbon
dale, and .Mr. James II. England
ol Collins ville, Alabama. Miss Barnes
pronounced the salutatory, and read in
a very iuiprc.-ive manner, n creditable
essay on "Female Heroism.'' Miss
Ari.-ta Burton's c-.-ay on "Our National
Characteristics'' showed originality of
thought and was well read. Th e orig
inal oratiutn ol Mr. England and Mr.
Warder were heard with marked
attention and elicited applause lrom the
audience. Mr. Warder closed with the
valedictory, after which, the class being
presented by Prof. Parkinson, Dr. Ally 11
conferred the diplomas, with very appro
priate and interesting remarks. The
programme included music, instrumental
aud vocal, and concluded with an address
by Dr. Gregory of tho Industrial
University.- The doctor talked
for tut hour uml a-halt to an audi
ence that appreciated to the lull, the
tire and enthusiasm, thought and,, lu
lorinatiou so liberally poured out, for
them. Mr. G. B. Hoots of Tamaroa ap
peared tor a moment belore the audience,
told them he had just returned from Fort
Smith, Ark., where he had been teaching
school for the last six months, and tcsli
lied to the kindness and hospitality with
which he had been treated by the people
ol that section, lie said the people there
had a keen appreciation td the merits of
Yankcc'si'hool teachers hut that for the
Yankee politician they had no use. He
warned the embryo tcatheis before him
that the soul hern field was very nearly
tilled up, but assured them that If they
louud places there, so long as "they at
tended to their legitimate bisiuess, they
would be treated with all duo kindness
In tlte evening, a reception at the resi
lience oi Dr. Allyu was largely attend
ed by the people ot c'urbondalo und
from othur places, Tiio Do 'tor and
His nmlahlo family received und enter
tained the largo company with all the
kindness for w hich they are noted, and
the affair was justly regarded as a titling
termination ol tho commencement bleat
He mm of Prof. Cooke.
Monday Eve. at atheneiim 0110 night
only. Reserved seats now on salo at
White coffee sugar. Eight pounds lor
fl 00, at New York Store. St.
Hnve your Jf oucy.
Four pounds best English soda for
25e. Four pounds best refined pearl
starch Tor 23c, at New Y'ork Store. Ct.
A house on Division street, "Vtwcen
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Vpplyto W, It. smith.
Best canvassed sugar cured hams,
warrented, lor 12Jc per pound, at New
York Store. St.
Iloiini to l.i-t,
Suitable for a bed room furnished or mi-lurni.-hed.
F'or particulars inquire on
the premises of Mit. M. B. IIarkkm.. tf
The Cairo City Bindery, A. IV. Pyatt
A Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work of eveiy description in their lino in
first-elass and workmanlike manner, lm
For Nnle) or Kent.
No, r,l Eighth street nearly opposite
the Methodist church parsonage, and at
present occupied by X. B. Thlstlewood,
Esq. Possession July 2d. Apply to
A. CoMiNtis, F'.sij,
Or Thos. II. Tower?, St. Catharine, Out.
A lei Thinir tlmt we Know.
We know that a disordered stomach or
liver prodHces morosutrerlng than any oth
er cause. We know that very lew physi
cians are successful In these disorders.
We know that DaC'osta's radical cure will
without the shadow ol a doubt, almost B
mediately relieve aud permanently caro all
of the distressing symptoms. We know of
thousands who are willing to testify that
what wo say Is true to the letter. We
kno.v tbut il you will give it a lair trial,
you will let us add your name to the
"cloud of witnesses.'' Mill you give it a
trial, and do it now? Trial size only .'.
cents, "old by Barclay Bros.
Prof. Talker's l'lta-ant Worm fyrup is
perfect y sale and exlrcuiely palatable
No phy-ic required. Costs 23 cents Try
IiitriKc It im Aiitiioiiitt
That should be attacked the instant he
shows himscK. Don't wait. At him
before his nails are grown, aud wipe him
out. Tin: great alterative und invigor
aut ot the age, Hosteller's Stomach Bit
ters, will speedily infuse such healthful
tone Into your 0rga111smthatitw.il he
enabled to successfully resist future at
tacks. The bitters prevent
and remedy chills and lever
aul billions remittents, and eradi
cate dfpcpsiu, coi)stl)utioii, liver com
plaint rheumatic ailments, urinary and
uterine dilllcultit'S. It is particularly be
neficed when the system has been
drained ot its vitality or is inherently
deficient hi strength. The nerves gather
from it both vigor and tranquility. But
while it imparts strength and gives a
wholesome stimulus to 'he animal econ
omy, it does not unduly excite it like the
cheap exhilarants sometimes resorted to
under the erroneous Impression tint
they can invigorate.
'The lollowing is a list of letters ie
maining uncalled tor 11 1 the jiostulllce at
Cairo, Alexander county, 111., Saturday,
June 9 h, ls77: '
Belts Malildi; Childers, Elizabeth;
Collins. Rhode; Davis, M. J.; F'ox,
Jane; Graham. Pearl ; Hogati, Ftlie;
Kiirman, Mrs. F.; M igec, Susan ; MeGee,
Mrs. W. J.; Rodman, Mrs. H. IL; Slau
cil. .Mary, Shepherd. Blanch ; Smith,
Angie; Smith, MissIL; Taylor, lletlie;
Valentine, Ellen: Williams, Martha.
Gi'.vrs. Aihton, E. T.; Barry, Chas.;
B iiier, D. D.; Brown, Geo. A.; Berry,
IL; Blake, John F.; Bleser, Phillipo ;
Carpenter, A.. D,; Clark, (ha;
Chandler. M. A.; Clark, T. E.;
Dcbroux. Jules; Fletcher, Alfred; Ful
ton, Geo. A; Fcrthem, Oscar; Gamble,
.Mr; llackelt, John; J.icKob, Alex; John
sou, James; Justice, J. A; Kerr, J. B;
LI1111G. W; .Morrison, Sidney, Morris,
W. R; Miller, Win; OTlryau, Geo;
Phelps C. L; Penn, G. C; Rodman, H.
IT; Smith, G; Smith, Jas; Wiley, J. M;
Woods, Henry; White, J. T; Williams,
.Lis; Wilkhmsky, M. L,
Persons calling lor any of the above let
ters will please say "Advertised."
Gko, W. McKeaio, P. M.
LOCAL ItlVLIt NKWS.
Tho Mary Houston, from New Or
leans for Cincinnati, missed up at six
o'clock yesterday inoiniiiir, with a good
up stream trip.
TheSte. Genevieve was due lioin
St. I.ouis for Memphis and Vickstuug
The James D. Parker lame in from
below. She took 50 hluK tobacco which
go east from Cincinnati by rail..
The James Fisk had a very light
trip from and to Padueuh. She makes
the lust trip of the week to-day, arriving
about noon and leaving at live o'clock
The big towboat Whale has been
sold by Messrs C. J. and J, S. Adams to
the Wheeling Towboat company. She
left Wheeling on liU Wednesday with
21,000 kegs of iiuils lor St. Louis.
-The John B. Maud, lor Memphis
und Yieksburg is due t .-morrow.
Tho guage shewed 30 9 10 feet last
evening at live o'clock, with the rlycr at
at a stand still.
The Thomas Sherlock Is due at tills
One of tho St. Louis papers uotes
the departure of the Grand Republic
from New Orleans 011 Tuesday with a
good trip. As she left Cairo last Mon
day morning on her way south, the
speed ol the Republic is worthy ot note.
Tho Mississippi Valley Transporta
tion Company's big tow boat Bco, will
leave St. Louis to-d iy for Now Orleans
with three barges of bulk grain,
OUT V VUKft MElitRC THE miM ,
DR. C. il?UANE'S
OR TNI Ct rt OS
Hepatitis or Liver, Complaint,
DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
1JAIN in the right side, under the
. edge of the ribs, increaseson pres
sure ; sometimes the gain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side j sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and '
it frequently extends tb the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomal h is allotted, with loss of
appetite and sickness ; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lux ; the head is trouble
with pain, an f.mpaniul with a dull,
heavy sensation in tle back part.
There is generally aconsiderabielosi
of memory, accompanied with apain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to havebeea
done. A slight, dry cough is some
times an attendant.. The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and h complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; hit
I spirits are low ; and although he il
1 sat isfied that exercise ould be bene
ficial to him, yet h$ can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to trj
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases,
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shovin the uvf.r to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. M'.Lank's Liver Pills,
IN CASKS OF ACI F. AND FEVER, WheU
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most hannv results. No better
cathartic can he used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this discne to give them A
For all rilious derangements, and
3 ,limdn nnrfr.itfeii iKnv am im.
BKWARK OF IMITATIONS.'
The genuine Dr. C. MLane'1
Livek Pills are never sugar coated.
Kverv Ldy h.is .1 rcr w.tv seal on
the lid, with the impression Dk.
.V. Lane s Liver Tills.
Mt - .
l.ic I't-liuilie 1U.I.AM 5 J-,1VK
Pills War the signatures of C
M'. Lank and I i eminc Bros, on the
S--P" Insist on your druggist or
Miiu-s.ec cr eivnitr vou tne genuine
li.i. C. MVL.ne's Liver Pills, pre
piirod by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
- 1 1 1 1 1 . , ,
.'d m 1 ' . :i i ri-s. irr lump tmitrp-isr
ilr.il tfiilll.'lv y.ti.ifl einerc crenerallw
lo ihise w: :,!, 14 tlt-e Pa. C. MCLaki'
I ivmr 'II I lAPu. w.l n. n.. M 1 ...
f i 1. 1. .n unc boa si rma n
Ft tMINV, BROS.. Pimbi iih PJ
looting and Guttorirg a Special
Slato Roofiing a Specialty
any part of Southern Illinois
f..ihtaing Rods, Pumps, 8tO
. JTnhVnir PrnmOtlT Ttnna
nnwcru VWihington and C'ommercUl AvI
Trausiont Rates: $160 Per f
Weekly and Monthly uoam
or .s Accommodated ai
Rates to Suit the
Tho Crystal Salo!
. ' and
In C'oniicciiuit with, F.uropeaa, ll Furnijlii
Hie? i.iici style
Ii sii'plii:d Willi 1I10 finest wiiiet and lto.ua
Mixed Dilnkn Mad Spo;
I ..' 1 I. - .1 L 1
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS
-mil.; f.Mlnit nf thifl oomtiutv AOI
Lhovin and KitftSt. Louis, Wttk
at to tuc aorip, " u oni
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