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J ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
!.--Any buslnria llrm ran hare three llnea
(W, in this column under aiiriiirite blading
ith rule ul Sd.fto per nioutu or tait per year
nJiinle ipmruif ly In ituvuno.
llnrtlwnre, Move ul Tlu Warp,
A. IIALLKV-I'ealcr in Stoves. Tin and (,,1
ture, e.ui li-n and runners' I'l'ldcpietiM, Wire
icons, iH'iriKerutorn, l lllll S irn jnlien.
Hi Oiromereiul Avenue, OuKcrlnir, md J l
nora iioneuu snort nonce.
.7. S . !! II Ky-1 imli r I n li.tr 1 an 1 noil liim
twr, ttoorliiK, ctiliiiif, tiding und siirfau-d
liniilirr, hull and slimxle nlic und yurd
rorner Twentieth strtuland Washing Ion avenue1
LANCYSTBU A UiCK-Uenh nt in wh.
floors, Miuda, etc., hard and aoit tumlier and
lilnrUi. VrJ Hlt( Dili., Commercial attune,
orner l7th sliftl.
I). II A UTM A S Imler in Oueeniivrarp. Tnvn
I Mi unci nil kinilnof lanryarlirta, Coiuuier-
: al uteuuc, corner ith sunt,
.WILLIAM WINTKK-Sixtli utrwt brrwecu
ruiiidul avenue and Washington avenue.
Clothing mid .Mcrtlmnt ritllorln .
.IOI! A STItHf -Merchant Tailor and d-aler
In lUady Made Uothiior. id Ohio Levee.
Ileal t.wlitle AKt'iiHt-N.
M. .1. HOWI.Ky-Il.11l KitUle Aj'ent. I!uy
and tell real tnUlr, cdlcuU rents, iuya talel
lor non-resident hc, Comim-rciul avenue, bc
ttteeu.NiuUi anl Tenth streels.
HiXKLK TIUSTLK WOOU
Cotton bikI Tobacco faclom ami 1 ro
iirietnr of tin farmers' Jolumi W urcliui-e,
lr' & l.'T Coimiimrrciul Avenue-
Ij t.cneral rorwnrJini? awl Comm ssion
merrhiat, lor the mile of Kami, (janlen, Or
lurd and dairy I'rodtice. hint. tree.
WIIKEL01 K At 0.-(ii-niTsI
Korwarilinit ami (omml-.nioii
merchants, and dealers in ul I hunts of 1 mil ami
Iroduce. 01 Ohio Levee. I oinnjiiiiiieiiU ioIic
ited, hit-ncils furnished 011 ueicjinii.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E. E.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
11 1 a 11 . 1 h
Tralna Leave Cairo
J:20 p.m. Fat hxpre., arriving In Ht.
Louis fe:oO p. to.; Liiicuj-'o, 7:, t.tn.
2:20 p.tn, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VlLLE FAST LINE
ArrlvinE' n Cincinnati P:W, a in.; Louis
ville, f 2', a 111.: Iii'li inajiolii, 4.1.rj a. in.:
ruhscngtrt IjJ' this train arrive at above
OF ANY OTflEB EODTE.
1;M p. m.Fa-t Mull with dleepnrn utti'-h.
' til. for ST. Mil'IS aii'l UMCAt.O,
arrlTin- in t. I.oul at 0::) a.m. V lii
cairo at i.:V) p.m. Connertiiiir at lin
or Kllircbaiu lor Cimiuiiali, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
( LnL'er y thU lino t") ilirouU to
the tax without any iklay rautud by
I'tie SATLKUAY AKTKItNOdS UtAIN
I KOM CAlltO AK'tl V K" IN SKW
VUltlC JUJM'AV MOHNINO
AT !!)" J.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY C'TIILII Kul'I'K.
Advertlxvuittut of coiiii'itiDf lines Unit
tlicy m-kc bettor time tlun tlii onf, are
are Isnuod tlllicr throtiyli loorancc cr a
ileMre to minlfad the publk'.
lor througU ttukets and infonnatimi,
pply at Illinois Central it. It Pn iot, Cairo.
njAi.i-i AnruvK at c no
itfntt . - :'")' '"
Uil l:l' tt.lu.
Oen'l S- Vlh .a At,
J. II. Jones. Ticket A.
, lia'M IC.Il, IA. J UM , m
itltf i-Cft-rUl of cn-nm HI tl .juoca in
by K Wlv li'e. .MunLoixl Kentoreil. Ini-'Q
M liinirniB 111 inurrii'i rriuuvr!.
L I 4 .Ni-w methiMl of trintiniut. New 1-,
k rj.Mnil renmikaWf reiiit' licit. IIikiK L
tnt anil cireulaiii oeiit lit-e In untied JJ
fi P3 'gociATiuw. 11 "J X. Ninth s'. I'liilu-M
OQ delnhiii. 1'iu An institution liav-
3 g lnra liiith reiuiation tor lioti.r
eH lu.l n..iwlnr( tiiul t.ri.d.i4ifi,iiir
Tobnrrn nml Viirrn.
Morciiants.gropcr.s, ami f aloon-ki-epcrs
thotild not lorut that Messrs. Corlii &
Rankin, proprietors oi tliu l'rairitj 5tat;
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, liave
opened an est.tDllsliinciit at the corner
of Slxtn street and Olilo levee in tins
city where ttiey wil. do a wliolesale and
retail business In the tobacco and cijjar
line. Tlicy liave on hand thn largest
and most complete stock 01
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers arc in
vited to call and examine their stock.
Picture nml flnirkPtft.
E. C. Ford haa removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
nearTcuth street, lie has opened a
largo stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
I'hromoa, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tunsels. lancy nails, bat racks, etc.
J'ieture framing made a Fpeemlity
Chroinos mounted in t!io cheapest and
best style, lm
Murder Will U11I.
A few years ago "Augui-t Flower'' was
discovered to ba a certain cure for dyspep
sia aud liver complaint, a few thin dyspep
tics made known to their friends bow
easily and quickly they had been cured by
Us Ui-o. The great mcrils of Green's
Aucust Flowcrbccame heralded through
the country by one suffer to another, until,
witl.out advertising, Its sale has become
immense. lnigi;ists In every town in the
I'nltcd States are selling It, So person
aiiUcriEg with sour stomach, si jk headauhc,
I'Ottivencss, pa'pilatlon of the heart, Indi
go tic n, low spirits, etc., eau take these
doses without relief, do to Paul U. Sclmh
and get 11 bottle for "5 cents and try II.
Sample bottles 10 cents.
To nil who uro stillerin from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
euro you, freo of charge. This great
uiniHiy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. Send a sclf-ad-i!rcsscd
envelope to the Rev. Joeph T.
Inman, Station D. BIUlo House, Xew
i'ork City. l-3C3ra
DiV W Wadvano u
The kiiiilil of (lie aim orih r meet
It llieir hull the lint and third Moiitlar
In earn mniith. Coiumercial avenue, 1M door
Buiilli of l.'ih mreH, utS p in.
'lima 11. lI')Liii:-, (;. (.. M,
AftCALON LODGK, NO. tl.
KnlirMs of Tythias, luwt every Kri-
f day nu-lit nt liaJl-aut awvn, in (hid-
renown- nail. jiowi,
-rv. o ALEX.VN'DLH LODGK, NO. VA.
iXrK?l4 Iiideuendent OnliT of Odd-tVI-?',i"5?
I" HHjeW every lliuraday IiIkIiI
- !,. ' at luJt-ilwvui, in tlu ir liallon
JJ inm. rrinl aenue, lietwrrn Hixtli anj Hayenth
n .la W M.L K. Haw kin-, M. U.
TWKO K.NCAMPMK.NT, I. O. O. T.. linU
Jn odd-Ki ilows' Halt on Die first and third
1 nr.' tu y iu every uiuiith, ut lmlf-,ant ntven
A. (.OMIMIB, V, P
tfk-, Hold niiijli
(.AIIlUl.OIiGK. NO. 17, A. K. A A. M
(ulur iwiiiuiuiiirali'iiiH in 31a
corner Commercial avenu
'and hiu'inii airect, on luc bixmwl aiiU
1'iirth Mondav of en h month.
HA I KS OF ADVKKIHI VM.
1.1 A II hills foru'lvirtimntf, arc ilue tnd i"iy
aide 1K advance
Tritnaient udvertiniriK will Lc ii:U'.-rt- '1 at thv
rati) of II W per square for the Ctit inc?rlion
anil V ceiiU fur btch ubeiuent one A liberal
discount will lie made on uUtmlinK and diil
for ijibertinif Funcrul noti'-c tt ) N'otlol
ruwtlni? of soci tie or jecrot orders W ocnta for
Church, hiety, Fectival and Suj iicr notiii
will only be inaerteil as advertiiivriituU
N' advertlMiucnt will be receive! at leaa than
't ctntd, un'l uoa'tvertimnieiit will lie imMTtiil
fr lenathan thr dollars mx month
I.IK'tl, HIMM.HM OI( KS
Of one square (S lines space) or more, in
serted In the lil'Ll.KTlN as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ SO
Two insertions per square- 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 '"
Two weeks per square 2 .V)
One month per square :i 50
.jiecial rates made on larjrif udvertUe
llieiita or for lunger time.
.M. N DAY, .11 Xi; H I77.
For nrti-tic I'hotograplis at a moderate
ostcall at fiusluve Wet ell s i;.ill-ry.
II Use, Looiiiis it o., dealer in north
crn lake ie, have removed their oilice
from the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio Iev.-e to the Ice hou.-es one door be
low the St. (.'buries hotel, and are now
delivering ie in all par! of the citys
Tho-e de-lring the cold stull will leave
their orders at the new oilice, h ro tbey
will receive prompt attention.
Jamks Ivavanaii.ii, Manager.
i'aiu'i, Ii ! May 17, 1n7. " -1 7-1 1 1 1
S ?nsilile Adt l( e.
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I VII illC .ITRC'I I III I 'LI! lllieii.ll l i.v 1
' , I
columns ot tl;e uewspapers and .y your I
dnigi:i-t to u-c souicthini; for jour des-1
djtpep-Ia ar.d liver complaint t!it you j
know nothing about, i'iu get ili-ioura-l
spending money with but litttla t.:cc.
Now to gio you a sutistaatory proof
(irecn's Aug 1st flower w ill euro you ol
dypep.-ia and liver complaint with all its
etltct-. sui h as sour stiuruli, sick licad
a'.lie, hibitaal costiv cm s-, pa'pitatloo of
the heart, heart turn, w.itcr-brash. fulinei
at tbc pit of the stoma" li, yellow skin,
ted tongue, Indigestion, -wimaiing cf t!ie
head, low spirit, we asi you to go to
f ull (i. Schub's and gt t a Kimpi.- bott'.e id
Croen't Auguet Flower !er 10 cei:t- and
try it, or a regular zc for 75 etnts. Two
doses will relieve y.ni.
A I'uliit on VVhlrlitlie lloelort Asree,
Physicians who have tested tbc Hostvt
ters .Stuma jh Hitters concur iu represcut
ing it to bo an eminently tale stioiul tnt, far
preferable to the ordinary liquors of com
merce, not only because it is medicated,
butbecaii-eitU iatiuitely pure. Its alco
holic basis is the finest old rye, and this Is
tempered and rendered medicinal by the
curative ingredients ol botanic origin
which it holds in solution. It has often
been imitated, but never rivaled, and is
to-diy the leading tonic diuretic and aper
ient in America. Malarial levers are pre
vented and remedied by, and it is a thor
oughly reliable medicine in ea?es of dys
pepsia, constipation, liver complaint, rheu
matism, g ait, nervousness, urinary af
fections. It Improves the appetite, in
creases the bodily st nnina, checks prema
ture decay, as asuHtaining and comlortiiig
cordial for the aged and inlirm is unequal
led. 0-0-1 w
The majority of pcoplo suffer ta a gic.iur
or lesser degree from this sad alllictlon:
many unthinkingly cultivate it by insnlli
tlymasticating their food; others v.hoe oc
cupationlsof a sedentary character have
forced on them, the excessive un of to
bacco, etc., all tend to develop it. The
symptoms vary, one suffering severely
after meaN, another only slightly, constipa
tionor dlarrahea, flatulence, variable ap
petite, etc., are only a few of Its vmnleas
ant consequences. Now what is required,
is attention to diet, assisted by a remedy
which aids the natural secretions in the ui
meutary canal and produces again a nor
mal solvency of food. Such a valuable
remedy is tho celebrated Home Stomach
Hitters. O'-O lm
Ulocime I 1111 Antagonist
That should be attacked tho Instant he
shows himself. Don't watt. At him
before his nails arc grown, and wlpo him
out. The great alterative aud lnvlgor
tint ot the ago, llostottcr's Stomach Hit
ters, wilt speedily inline such healthful
tone Into your organism that It will be
cualded to sULvesslully resist future at
tacks. Tho hitlers prevent
and remedy chills and liver
und billious remittents, and eradi
cate dlspcpsia, constipation, liver com
plaint rheumatic ailments, urinary mid
uterine dillicultics, It is particularly bc
nelleial when the system has been
drained ol its vitality or Is inherently
deficient In strength. The nerves gather
from It both vigor and tranquility. But
whllo it Imparts strength and gives a
wholesome stimulus to Mic animal econ
omy, It does not unduly excite It like tho
cheap cxhllarants sometimes resorted to
under the erronoous Impression that
they can Invigorate.
Oo to the N'ev York Store and obtain
their prices, beforo buying elsewhere,
liemeuiber parties or families laying In
supplies, will bo soil by this house
lower tlniii any other house In the city.
If you want first class shoes at 11 low
pi ices call on O. I lay thorn & Co. ltKIC
(Jo toSolomon Tarclra's and get
your white ;marflllcs vests at one dol
(jo. T. VVliitloik, formerly of this
city but now located at St. LjuIs, is In
town on a visit to his parents.
The Juvenile) bafc balllsts ofthucily
arc preparing for a match game to bo
piayed some time next week.
The best line of Sun I mliiella-; in the
eity. ) per cent under price.
I'i :t O. IIaytuorn it t'u.
The Hicks case will come up In the
circuit court 011 Thursday. J licks is In
dicted for an assault to 'murder Charlie
To Mothers: Should the baby be
suflcring 'villi imy of the disorders of
babyhood use hr. Bull's Baby Syrup at
once lor the trouble. 25 cents per bottle,
Carpets and ollclothes, the lltiest ever
brought to Southern Illinois, at J. Bur
Thomas M. I.ovett and ,Mi-s (J race
Martin, ol this city, were married a few-
days sinee. Wo can only wish them
'long life and much happiness."
Ladies' linen suits and du.-deis of all
styles at Burger's, 121 Commercial ave
nue. 1-10-1 m
Circuit court will convene again on
Monday morning, ISth in-d. The I'nion
county bond case will be taken up again
on Friday the 22 1.
Through llic kindness cf Capt, Hal
liday, nrruiigi mi nts have been iiia'Ie
when by the ferryboat will only charge
half rates to persons desiring to attend
the Myotic Krew Cbampotre.
Co to Henry Schick, 1 12 Commer
cial uveiiue, for the be;t "1 or 10 tint
cigar in town. 10-lw
I'nul II. Scliiib, the popular young
cigar inerchaiil will present a magnificent
silver and gold lined goblet to the winner
ot the sack race at the Mystic Krew
celebration on July 1th,
The most complete stuck ol biots and
;h(cs iu Southern Illinois, can be l"ti!i 1
at (.. Hayihorn t Co. I'Mlt.
Mrs. X. Linton of Kv.uisviile, is 111
the city vi-itinag t the residence of Mr. W,
A.SIoo.Mrs. I.lnton will remain iu thecity
lor a week or two, and spend the time in
vl-iting her old friends and acquaintan
ce. All the latest pittirns in glass fruit
jus and jelly gla-ses :.t llartmiu's
. . 11 , i"
quti'iiewaie torc, at lowest prices, ti-ll.
Kvery ctl'cct must have a cainc ; so
boils, pimples, etc., are the result of poor
blood. 1'urlfy the blood by using Dr.
BtilFs blood mixture and ba:i!-.h such
eruptions a those named.
Mr. Henry Schick, at lii.j liewe-!ab-Ii.shtiiciit,
o. 112 Commercial avenue,
keeps the lincst brands of Havana cigars
at o and 1 J cents. Try them. 10-1 w
on Monday 'jo-morrow), Jano l?:h,
Mf.-s Meroe l'owcrs will open a summer
school iu the building on Fourteenth
street, formerly occupied by I'rol". Appel.
The t rms ol tuition will be u,j dollar
per month. The patronage ot the pub
lic Is respectfully solicited. 17-Jt
Burger Is offering the finest ot gren
adines, light summer dress goods, silks
and lawns at remarkably low prices, to
close out tor tho season. 1-lO-lut.
Chief ol Police Artcr reports IWO
persons who value their dogs at $ 2 each,
orl'00 dogs who value their persons at
$2 each, we forget which. Anyhow, he
has received 012 Iroin that source, so
far, and has several "counties yet to bear
Found a cuff pin. Hie owner can
have the same by calling at Hardin &
Dewey's, Ohio levee, prove property and
paying charge;. 10-3t
One of mot pleasant gatherings
of the young folks of the season look
place at the Arlington House on Friday
night. The party was given by Mr. Dan
Dean, proprietor ot the Arlington, to bis
niece, whose home is in Cape Girardeau,
and who Is now In Cairo yi-iting her
Burger's prices on fancy and staple
goods are astonishingly low. Call on
him if you want to secure upright,
honest bargains. 1-10-1 in.
Why can't all tho different socielit s
ol our city join In with tho Mystic Krew,
and give us a grand parade on the
Fourth. A great many of our citizens
have spoken to us in regard to the mat
ter, and we would like to see a move
made towards It.
We sell llrst class boots and shoes ut
lower prices than they can bo obtained
elsewhere. We do not oiler "cheap
trash." O. Hay thorn it Co. 10 ill.
To-morrow, Monday morning, Miss
Meroe Powers will open a summer school
in tho Herman school building on Four,
tecnih street. Miss Powers Is an accotn
plUicd teacher, and parents who desire
their children to attend school during the
summer months should send them to In r.
Tenns one dollar per mouth.
- For uollons and lancy guod of every
conceivable description, go to Burger's1
lie is the king dealer of tho city, and
never fails to give sallsfaclioii, 1-iO-lm
--The excursion on llm bcattllful
sleamer Idlcwlhl to llleki'ian and re
turn last evening was attended by a
largo number of the brivo and lair of
our city, dipt. Ben Howard mid his
clllciunt clerks did their utmost to have
everyone enjoy themselves, and the allalr
was a decided success In every respect.
Lost gentleman's scarf pin, hull a
tlon of fly; also lady's Imitation coral
pin. By returning to Photograph Gal
lery, Sixth strjet, the finder will bo suit
'ably rewarded! (10-3t) Wm.Wixtf.ii.
The luncrJl of It. J, ('undid', yesb r.
day afternoon, 'was attended by the Ma
sons, (ol w hom he was an honored mem
ber) and a largo concourse ol our citizens.
Mr. Cundill wai one ot our best citizens,
an honest upright man. He leaves a
large family to mourn his Id-, to whom
in their bereft which t we extend our
The Cairo und Vincenncs railroad
freight office at tin; corner of Fourth
street and Commercial avenue has re
cently undergone ' thorough remodel
ing, and is now the ncaiett and most con
venient office of the kind In the eity.
Bob Castles presides in ih ( Mice, and
will attend to all business In ins line
will' "neatness, cheapness and dispatch."
Burger's stock ot dry goods is un
doubtedly the very lim st to be Mind in
Cairo, and for satisfactory barguits ladh s
should be sure to give him a call.
1-1 01 in
For the convenience ot servant girls
a house-keeper requests us to notify
tramps to come early to tea. Since tho
warm weather lias set iu the loafer is
compell .d to tp''nd so much ol his time
playing seven-up (or the beer that, as a
general thing, he don't get around to I he
kitchen door until eight or nine o'clock.
Tne tramp should be more punctual.
Justice of th'j Peae? Comings, having
removed to Judge BrosV olliee, comer
of Commercial avenue nnd Klevnth
strict, will be found iu his cdHce from
8 to 12 o'clock, a. in., daily. 1 ;t-tf.
On Thursday night CunstaMo John
filadney found a woman in a beastly
state ol intoxication lying at the corner
of Twelfth street and Washington avenue.
She was so drunk that she had no fear of
man, Cod or the devil, and nothing could
be h arncd ol In r in to her homo, rela'ives
or anyihing eNc. She was locked up in
A l..w mo.e chances at two dollars
each, are yet to be had in the raifh! for
the line piano box buggy mid the excel-
lent set of harness to be rallied at I.ouls
Herbert's European restaurant. 3e
G sorgo J. Clark, nephew of Mr.
Mathew Clark ot this city, was tho suc
cessful competitor lor tne ladetsbm at
the examination which took place at the
custom house in this city la-t Friday.
George is a very young boy, scarcely
lift eon years old, and deserves much
credit for the very s itislaciory exami n
ation he pas-ed, of which th j examining
committee speak very highly. He leaves
to day for AiiapolN, Md.
Suloiiian Parcira, at the old stand,
111 Commercial avenue, is now offering
his choice stock of dry goods and cloth.
Ing at great b irvnius. Call on him.
IVrsons having migaines, periodi
cals, etc., w hl-h they desire to have bound
should lake theiii to the Cairo City Bind
ery, where they will be done at reasonable
rates and in urst-eluss order. 1-ltu
'Ye Old Folke'' concert at the allien
cum Friday evening was greete 1 by
a full house, who duly appreciated the
treat that was prepared kr ihein. At
this late hour wc tirj unable to give a
detailed account of tho performance,
but will speak ot it Mure lu'ly at
some fii'ure lime.
Don't tail Id drop iu on llcnrv Schick
iu his new pdace id badness aud exam
ine his slock ul line n.ivan i cigars. You
will not reni-et it. 10-1 w
The new time crl "i. : lairoand
Vineciitics railroad will lake tlhci to
morrow. Monday morning, at 3: 15. The
passenger train will leave Cairo at 1:20
a. in., arrive at Viticenncs at 11:10, mak
ing close connection with the last lines
for all points east.
Strangers who visit Cairo should
never fail to call on Burifer, the mam
moth dry goods denier. The display of
line goods in his establishment, 124
Commercial nyenue, has never been
equaled by any house in Cairo. 1-10-1 m
Burger's dry good's house, Xo. 12-1
Commercial avenue, is the palace store of
Egypt, aud his clonks tho ino-t polite,
affable and business-like men in the
trade. Bo sure nnd give Burger a call
In lore you buy t Dewhere, i-IO'lm
Parson Britton Is tho champion
whitewasher of .Southern Illinois, and
works cheaper than other nu n In his
business. The f.aison is now ready to
sei ve the public, and may Lu found at his
"oilice" on Fourteinth street at any hour
ot the day.
F. M. Ward has gone into the ice
business, and is now delivering pure lake
Ice In all parts of the city. Orders left
with him will receive prompt attention,
and tbc purity of the ice delivered EUTlr
antced. 1 2-1 in
Jacob Klee, corner of Washington
avenue and Twelltli street, Is now pre
pared to supply the citizens ot Cairo with
pure lake ice at the lowest living prices.
His wagon makes dally rounds, and will
deliver Ice iu any part ot tho city. loo
depot at corner Washington avenuo and
Twelfth street, where all orders should
be left. 1-2-tf
Owing to an Increasy of busines,
and a lack ot room in my place ot busi
ness on Commercial avenue between
Hiiihlcentli and .Nineteenth streets, I
have opened a branch store at No. 1 12
Commercial avenue, between Mghth
and Nlneth streets, where I will keep
constantly on hand a lull supply of my
well-known brand-of cigars and tobac
cos. I Invite my friends and patrons,
and the public generally to come and see
mo. 10 1 w. ncNNvHuiuK.
-Chaih y FillLillnghi order to satisfy
the wants of the puoplu of Cairo and
strangers who may visit Cairo, has lilted
up Iu connection with his par excellent
"Our Saloon," a ladles restaurant. His
larder Is at all limes abundantly supplied
with the choicest luxuries, and tor a lino
lunch, or a cool, refreshing drink ol any
description, Charley Pflirerllng's Is the
place to gut It.
V'o ' understand tho ichool board
have tendered positions td .til ot the old
teachers for another ycir. Wo arc "lad
to know this. .Never were tho Cairo
public schools iiiovo prosperous than
under Hie prcscut corpse of teachers.
We understand the teachers have nearly
all slgnllled their acccptanco ,01 tho po
sitions offered them, and it is believed
the others will do so before another
week, This action of the board will
meet with the approval and receive tho
sanction el a great majority of the people
Wc offer the following spcciul bar
gains foi a few days only: Full size eleven
quarter bed spreads at $ I 00. 000 yards
fancy diess goods worth 20cts. lor HJs.
200 yards white Piquo worth 20ets. for
12Jets. .ji'O yards Crash worth loets.
lor lOc'.S. Waumitta shirts, mid l,2oo
linen bosom and rails, oesi in tho mar
ket, guaranteed to fit, for $1 25, and
numerous other goods m.dcr price. Call
and see that wc do as wc advertise.
Ball that we hear Is true, the bout
between Alderman Wood and his honor
Mayor Winter at Ihu last meeting ol the
city council, was rich, raro and racy.
Alderman Wood went lor his honor, and
bis honor iu return went for Alderman
Wood, and then they went for each other.
The impression prevails, however, that
Alderman Wood got the best
of his honor, and came out winner In tho
niii run. nut ine Knowing ones say
t ie end Is not jvf, and that the next
meeting ot the council a scene ;tho like
0! which was never before witnessed In
tho council chamber v ill take place.
M ly we he there to see tho fun, and b t
our readers know of it.
10 3t. O. IIavihok.-,- it Co.
Uctngerators, t.io very best, nt A.
Ilalley's, llo Commercial avenue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket euthry, garden and farmer' im
plements, plows, corn planters nml "lieii
trs, sulkey rakes, and a general stock of
stoves, tin aud hardware, ll.nver stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, banging ba-kets cl all
kinds; the largest variety ot bird cages
in the city and will be sold very low at
A. Ilalley's, 115 Commercial avenue.
One of our prominent citizen, who
0 vns a "nry untaxed steed ot tliu
desert,"' hud the aforesaid steed duly
Ciparisoncd, and brought forth Irom his
lair on Friday, and concluded lo take .1
ride upon the boulevards. After several
un.succ.'s.-ful atteiupts, he finally man
aged to mount the mutual and started
on his travels, llo rode around until he
beeamo dizzy, or else Irenzied by the
pleasure ol his ride. At any rate buth he
and his horse became unmanagcble, and
Upon Hearing Eighth street and Washing
ton avenue, they dillcrcd considerably as
to what route tiay should take.
The lior.-c dually succeeded i:i geitieg ihe
best ul the argument, and sturteJ into
Barclay's drug stoic after a bottle of
soothing syrup, bat broke Uirougli
the sidewalk aud was forced
to abandon the project. Citizens
persuaded them tint it was on ti e
opposite side of the ftn-i-t that they
should g ) to purchase the particular
kind of soothing syrup lliey were alter,
and accordingly they changed their
course, and when last seen both horse
and rider were disappearing through
the walls of a largo brick hou.-.-.
liio ( lnnelics) lit iiaj .
At tin? Methodist church, corner ol
Eighth and Walnut slrecls, there will be
the Usual services tills morning and even
ing. H.'V. ,1. D. Oilham, pastor. The
publk. is invited to attend. j
There will be the Usual servici . at
the Church ot the Kedceiuer, Foiii lei ntli !
street, between Washington and Uiilniitj
streets, tins morning and evening. At
the evening sermon the lltv. Dillon-I.ce
will continue his sermon on "Hi IL-al
Characters." Sunday school at 0 30 this
The Key. Benjamin Y". Georju will
conduct the usual Stbbath services at the
Presbyterian church. Eighth street,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
street this morning and evening at the
usual hours. A cordial invitation Is
extended to all to attend.
I Iii'ltritii4 I'mirlli.
Who is it that does not remember,
who have lived long enough, the old
fashioned manner lu which this d.'y was
c.'lebrated? and such a celebration, a
gmuiuo old fash Hied celebration, the
Knights of the Mystic? Krew of Coiiuh,
propose giving on tho 101st anniversary
otour national independence. This so
ciety was first organized in our city, some
nine years ago but they never made any
jubilee display till ot late year. Their
first attempt at a public, celebration,
was made one year ago last Mardi gras
day, when they gave a successful ball at
Klnge's Hull. Last Mardi gras they had
the largest nnd grandest ball that was
ever given In Cairo. It was held
at the St. Charles llolel, and the
spacious dining room ol Uio hotel was
InsnlHcieiit to accommodate the great
crowd that attended. This was due to
the untiring energy ol the Krew, and the
Judicious manner in which they conduct
ed affairs generally. Everybody was
pleased. Their great leat day Is Mardi
Gras, but this year the citizens of Cairo
nor any society scorned to take any inter
est in the celebration ot the Fourth, so
they thought they would oeltbrate It, and
our people caii rest assured that It w ill
be the grandest thing Cairo has ever seen,
for everything tho Knights Imvo under
taken, at least thus far, has proven a
success, und It Is reasonable to suppose
that their prestige will continue w ith their
efforts lo celebrate tho Fourth. Adver
tisements, relating tho, various amuse
ments and fcstlvltlvcs of tho day huvobeo i
scattered broadcast over tho oouutry.
Every town within 201) miles has been
thoroughly advert sod. All tho railroad
and steamboat Hues entering the city
have airreod to iilvo excursions at greatly
reduced rates. It Is conflih'iituly ex
pected thai a largo concourse ot people
Irom tho surrounding country will bo
.present; nnd since tho Krewhuvo taken
ihe iniatlvo in tho celebration, It h to bo
hoped that tho-citizens wilt stand by
their endeavors to make It worthy ot tho
capltol of Egypt, Their expenses arc
no Inconsiderable item.and the society dc
servo praise for the nerve displayed In
going to the expense they have, wheu tho
result as dependent on to many contin
gencies. They seem to have the field to
themselves iio opposition amusement
of moment being on tho tapis for
that day. Hcuco it is tho determination
of the Krew to make tho celebration one
of the grandest events iu the history of
Cairo. By reference to an advertisement
lu this issue ot tlu Bri.i ftin it will bo
si ci w hat the various amusements of the
day will lie. 'J'hcy have already con
tracted lor tho lumber lor the lino danc
ing floor, seats, etc, they propose
building. All the awnings that can bo
tound in Ihe city are engaged lor the oc
casion. Theru will be plenty of shades
and cointoriiibic scats ; racing of various
kinds; dancing, refreshments of all
kinds; Hud In fact anything and
everything tbat will add to the
amusement of the day will be
provided. Among tho interesting fea
tures of the occasion will be the rcadlnir
of tho declaration of independence by
one ol our most popular young ladies.
Citizens and merchants have contritmrt d
liberally towards purchase of the fire
work, and this part of the celebration
w ill perhaps be the grandest of all. The
lire works have been ordered direct trom
New York, and judging trom the order
ont it will be the largest display of the
kind ever seen In Southern Illinois. In
conclusion we advise everybody to vl.-It
Cairo on the Fourth. They will neyir
rosM having done o.
A lew I 111 ii lit liott we Know.
Wo know that a disordered stomach or
liver produces more suOering Hum any oth
er t.ut-e. We know that very lew jihysl
einm nre successful lu these disorders.
We know ttnit DaCostaN radical cure will
without Hie shadow ol a doubt, almost m
mediately relieve andp3rinaneutly cure all
of the distressing symptoms. We know of
thousands who are willing to testily that
what we say is tiuo to the letter. We
know that il you will give it a lair (rial,
you will let us aJd your naiua to the
"cloud of witnesses." AVII1 you give it a
trial, and do it uow'r Trial size ouly 25
cents, Isold by Karclay liros.
l'rot. Paiker'a Pn n-ant Worm Syrup is
perfeet'y afe and extremely paltitutilo.
Xo phy.de required. Costs 25 eentn. 'fry
0-'i I u
Fur Mule or Kent.
Xo, 01 Eighth street nearly opposite
the Methodist church parsonage, and at
present occupied by X. B. 1 hisilcwood,
Il.-q. Possession July 2 I. Apply to
A. Co.Ml.NliS, Esi,
Or riio.s. II. Towers, St. Catharine, Out.
Wood ! WuiMt ! ! Wood ! ! !
The Cairo Box and Basket company
w ill deliver W ood ill any part ot the city
at. Si. 12' a load ; also kindling at 5 cents
a bundle. Orders may be lelt with W
11. Morns, secretary, at his ollkc hi the
(. ity National bank building 27-2.'
The Cairo t ity Bindery, A. (V. Pyatt
iV Co., proprietors, is now turning out
Work ol eveiy description in their line in
first-class and workmanlike manner, lm
For sale by Winter it Muart, a set.
oinl band piano, a line instrument war
ranted to bo iu gooil order. For prici
and terms c;J on or address-,
WlNtl.li it Ml Alll, Agts
If. No. Ill Commeicial Avenue.
Tlie work of tlxuig up St. .Mary's
park lor the coming celebration ot the
Fourth is going on. 1 lie weeds will all
be down and the tracks hi good condi
tion iu a few days if the weather re
lloolll lo I. el.
Suitable for a bi d room furnished or mi
furnished. For particulars inquire on
tin premises ot Mrs. M. 11. Hahhki.i,. tf
It el mi, nfrrof. f woke.
Monday Eve. at iitheiieinu one night
only. It. served scats now on sale at
Hal tin ui's, ;u
White coffee nugar. Eight pounds lor
$1 00, at New York Store. 5t.
Sine your Money.
Four pounds best English soda for
25c. Four pounds best rellue l pearl
starch for25e, at New Y'ork Store. 5t.
l or llenl.
A house on Division street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply lo W, I', s .mi ni.
Best canvassed sugar cured bams,
warrented, lor 1 Jjc per pound, ut New
York Store. - at.
Perm iiiently cured no humbug hy pno
month's usiko of lr. Uoulard's 'Celebrat
ed Fit Powders, To convince sufferers
that these powders will do all wo rlaim for
them, wo will send them by mail, pout
paid, a iroo trial box. Asl'r. eiouiard is
the ouly physician that has ever matlo this
disease, a special study, and as to our
knowledge thousands tiavo been perma
nently cured by the uso of these powders,
we will guarantee a permanent cure iu
every case, or refund you all mouey ex
ponded. All sntl'erors should give these
Powders an early trial, and bo convinced
of their curative potters.
Prlc:, for larce hex, :, or 1 boxes for
in, sent by mall to any rart of I nited
-tal'sori.amada ou receipt of price, or by
o iirifs, C. 0. 1). Address,
1 ASH & BOBBINS,
;iW Fulton Minet. Brooklyn. N.
Sp' iji Attention I'nul to
STEAMBOAT , ORDERS,
KlffhtlCMr!, f .-
TUB Kct )nm?; of 1FT3 Hwayi
GRAND GALA DAY
Under the Aaspicos of the
Of Cairo, Illinois,
At ST. MARY'S PARK,
low Dinkey Races. Fat Men's
Rasas, Uroasad Fig, Grease j
The citi.eii3 of Cairo have contributed
liberally towards tho
Ever seen In the State out side of Chi"
caifo. Fine exhibition and garden pieces
will beset oft. The fireworks have been
purchased direct trom New Y'ork
through ihe medium ot Mr. Dan Hart-
man. Prof, .1. a , f nomas win superin
tend the display.
The day's entertainment will commence
at 10 a.m. with me reading et.tne
immm or imminti '
. B YA YOUNG LADY,
To be followed by
Gov. John King of Paducah,
Hon. William Hartzel!,' M. C.
Col. Ed. Crossland, of Mayfield.
Hon. 0. T. Linegar, of Cairo.
And oihcreiiiineiit orators who hare been
invited to attcud. '
Alter which a Trotting Itacc and a
lluuing race, opeu to all. Best two iu
three lor purse premium. Entry fee of
will be charged, tor lurtner par
ticulars address Messrs. P. Fitzgerald or
Phil Howard committee on races.
Suitable premiums will be awarded to
the successful contestant in climbing tho
greased pole, sack raclug, cathclilng
greased pig, base bull match, tat man's
race, slow donkey race, aud other sports
to numerous to mention.
Dancing will commence at 1 p. ru. aud
continue till 8 p. in.
At"s p. in. the grand lire works dis
ply will take place.
In the evening tho dancing will be re
sumed and continue (ill Ihe "wee sma'
Ait'aHiicuu'iifs have been nude with
railro t Is at tlio to ilowlug rates : Illinois
Central, Mis-i.-sippi Central, St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern, Cairo aud
M. Louis, Mobile aud Ohio ut one and
a linh rate .1 ir round trip. Cairo and
'ino'jiiu.s at greatly ruduoed rates,
which will be duly advertised.
Arrangement for excursions from
various point on the river will lie made
of which due notice will r: given.
COMMIllLE OF AUHAXGMENl'S
JOHN D. HiiLMES, Chairman.
T. M. LOV I'I T 1', Secretary.
C1I AS. A. SAl T, ED. DEZOXIA.
C1I.1S. DELAY, CASKY.S IITES.
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