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.UlRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Hat,-Anjliualneaiflrmcan have timeline
loc, in till column under impropriate beading
liberate of II W r month or 12 per year
nayable giuircorly tn advance.
llardwnre. ove ul Tin Wire.
' A. HAfXEY Dealer In Stnvea, Tin and Hard
ware, Uaiden and Farmers' Implements, Wire
jooda, UelriKemton, 1'umpa anil Ladders.
HI Commercial Avenue. Ouili-rini, and Job
Work done on short notice.
.I.S.Mcli.WIEY-llealcrlrihiirii and noftlam
ber, lioorinK, ceiling, siding and giirficed
luiiilwr, lulh I IiIiik1ch. Milieu mid yard
roruer Twentieth street and WooliiiiKton iventie
I.ANCASTKU & ItlCK-llrul.rit in M.h,
doors, blinds, etc.. hard am) anl't Innilier and
hlnfle. Yard anil onice, Commercial avenue,
"oruer I'th street.
D. II A HTM VV Henltr in Qiwenswan-, Toys,
I jiHipi ami all klndn of fancy articp. Coiumer
: ol avenue, corner '4b itroct.
f liotogrnphy .
WILLIAM WINTKU-Siith street lictwceu
Jommcrciul avenue ami Washington avenue.
Mottling Riid Jlerelirtnt rallurliiif.
.IOII.N ASIKIVI-Merr ItantTulloraiidd.ulir
In Heady Made Uotliir.K. 7a Levee.
Kenl fcatnte A gen '!'.
M. .?. HOWLKY-ltejtl Kstate Agent, lluyu
nd aella real nu, collect mm, vy !"
tor uou-fAlUmia.u:. Commcrrial avenue, be
Iwwii Ninlli and Tenth atrwia.
LS'KLK k TIIISTLKWOOIJ
Cotton and Tobacco f actor and i ro-
fnetort or the ramiem' lobaci o w artli.u.c.
ii & l.'T Coniiumercial Avenue.
V lieoeral r'orwirding aud L'omrniiMiQD
inercliiit, lor the sale ol r'airn, burden, Ui
imrd and Hairy Produce. s-Mihio Levee.
Geueral rorwarding and ( omrnixdon
merchant, and dealers in uil kindn el t run ami
Produce, l Ohio Levee, t onigiiineiiUi iolio
Itcd, Hiencils furnbbi-.l on application.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Tralna Leave Cairo
2:20 p.m. Kant txpress, arriving; in 8t.
Louu H:o0 p. in.; Chicago, a.m.
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VALLE PAST LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, a tn.; Indi tnupolU, 4.1!i a.m.:
Passengers by lulu ttain arrive at above
OF ANY. OTHEE BOUIE.
U10 p. m. Fast Mad with alecpers attach
ed, for ST. LOUIS ami CHICAGO,
arriving In !iU Loulu at ti'iO a.m. Chi
cago at 4.-'J0 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Efflneuam lor Cincinnati, LouUviilt:
FAST TIME EAST
kutienirern hy tbi line ko throiiKh to
tbe Eaat without any UuUy caun. J by
rhe SAtUKDAY Ar"rF.NO0M TRAIN
FKOM CAIKO AKKI V K" IN NEW
VOKK iloNDAY MOKNINit
AT io v:..
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTHKK KOLTE.
Advertiarmenu of competing lines that
they mke better time than thin one, are
are Issued cither through ignorance or a
(leirc to mlalead the public.
Iot thmuRh tickots and information,
ipply ;it Illinois Central K. U T rot, Cairo,
nwiiy-i Aniina ax c U0
xrtf . i'"'!'
J AS. -I Hn'.SON,
Gen'l S. t U n Agt.
.1. If. .flVE. Ti 'Vet "
V mint x j , Da
jibe eil'ccia of errors ai.d -uoe in
early life. Jlalinood Ucntoreil. Im-I
m nwlluitnw to marriage rcniovel.'
2 New nethod of ireatincut. New
2 and remarkable remedied. l!"ok'
Sjj and circulars ent tree in tealed
"rl envelunea. AdderSK Howakd As-i
W k iATi!t, lu S. Ninth b'. l'hila
delphia. I'a. An institution uuv-
g,inKu liinU reputation lor honor
able couduct and professional
Ih kill .
Tobacco mill C'lvcrn.
Mercliautij.grocers, and suloon-kwieM
should not lorjfet that Messrs. UorlU A
Kankln, proprietors ol tli Pruiriu Statu
Tubacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estaollshtiii'iit at the corner
of Sixtn street and Ohio leveo in tins
city wlierotln-y wil. do a wholesale and
retail business In the tobacco and cigar
line. They Lave on band the largest
aud most complete stock ot
obacco and cigars ever opened
In Cairo, and are prenared to
Riipply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
1 let area autl Hrackcl.
E. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington nveuiic
near Tenth street. Ho has opened a
largo stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
rhromos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels, lancy nails, hat racks, etc.
i'leture iramlng made a speciality
Chroinos mounted in the cheapest and
hest style. lm
.Humor Hill Out.
A lew years ago "August Flower" was
discovered to bo a certain cure for dyspep
sia and liver complaint, a few thin dyspep
tics mado known to their friends how
eailly and quickly thsy had been cured by
Its use. Tbe great merits of Green's
August Flower became heralded through
tbe eountry by one sutler to another, until,
wit out advertising, its sale has becotno
immense. Druggists in every town in the
United States are sulllcg It. person
suffering with sour stomach, si k hoaducho,
coillvenecs, pa'pitation of the heart, lndi
goHioK, low spirits, etc., can take these
dotes without relief. Go to I'uiil G. Schuh
and get a bottle for 75 cenh and try it.
Sample bottles 10 cent.
. To all who are iiiilerlnjr from the
errors nnd indiscretion of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
euro you, free of charge This great
emedy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. Send a self-ad-dressed
envelope to tho Rev. Joseph T.
Innian, Station D. Biblo House, New
SEOKKT BOOIITIBa" JL
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The knigliti of the above onler meet
at their ball the lint and third Momlav
In each month. Cotumerciul avnie, 2d door
oiith of lth utreet, step in. v
John 1. iUit-vas.U. (i. M.
sflTK A3CALON LOUlilE, l. 01.
tTJfc'ft Kr.lirhtii of Pythias, nieeUcvery frt-
: J lJ ,).. ni,,hr ( l.all.it avviin. in O.l.l-
Mlowa' liuU. liow.
AI.KXANDKU LODGE, NO. 'iU.
.2T, IndepeniUnt OnUr of Odd-Kel-JTH$
low, meetn every Thursday uiRht
"W at half-pant neven, in their hall on
ill!linrc.iul avenue, between sixth ani Seventh
'.rii-ln Will h. II vwaiNi, N. U.
"iVIIU KNCAMFMKNT, I. O. O. K.. m t
KJin Odd-Fcllowd' Hall on the nmtund third
luertdaj in every month, at bulf-patt seven
A. COMINIIH, C P
m C'AIHOLOIII.K. NO. ii7,A.K. A A. M.
Hold n irular tu.iiiii.unicatloin in Ma
XT ionic Hail, corner Commercial avenue
'and Kitrbth atru-t, on the fcecond and
Vnrth Monday ul'eacb month.
HAT kh or aivi:risiu.
J3-AII bills for adverjinliig, are due and pay
able i.h AiivaMca
Tranitient advertising Will be inserted at thv
rate of II W per arum! lor the firtt inarrtion
and W ceuta for each lulmequeut onu A lihi nil
discount will be uiwle on fatanding and difpl
For uirting Funeral notice 1 ( Notice ol
meeting of aocieth or secret urdin 'm centa for
Church, 8icii.ty, Fcetivaland Supper notkes
will only be inserted an advertiiemulits
N advertiseiuent will be received at ls than
Jo oenu, and no aavertisement will be inoerted
for leMtbun three dollara Kr month
I. OCA I. tUMIX. SillKK
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted in thu Bum.ktin as follows : (l.ts
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ 50
Two Insertion per square 1 7"i
Three itwrtions per square 1 00
Six inertloiis per square 1 73
Two weeks per square m 2 ,0
One month p-r square- 3 "0
Special rates made on large advertise
ments 'r for Innjrer time.
TUESDAY, JUNE 10 1,77.
For arti-tlc I'hotogrnpiis at a moderate
;ost cull at Gustavo Wettil's (inllery.
Hum;, Lootnis A o., dealer? in north
ern lake ice, have removed their ollice
from the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the lee houses one door Ire
low the St. ' hailes hotel, and are now
delivering ice in all parts of the eity
Those desiring the cold stull will leave
their orders at the new ollice, wIp r: they
will receive prompt attention.
Jmks KaVAX.ii.oii, Manager.
Caiiio, Ii i s., .May :7, 177. "IMtn
.H 'Iiallile Advice.
"Vou are asked every day throu.U the
columns ofthe newspapers and by your
driiggUt to use omethiiig for your des
dyspepsia and liver complaint that you
know nothing about, you jjet diivouragcd
tipcndiiig uiouey with but litttle success.
Now to give you a satisfactory proof
Green's August Flower will euro you ol
dy-ptp'ia ami liver complaint with all its
effects, such as sour s'.otmcli, sick head
ache, habitual costiveuew, pa'pitation of
the heart, heart burn, water-brash. fullne
at the pit of the stomach, yellow skin,
ted tougue, indirection, swimming of the
head, low spirits, we a1-' you to go to
I'uul G. iSchuh's and get a cample bottle ot
(.rceu's August Flower for 10 cent- and
try it, ur a regulars x for T cent-. Two
do-cs will relievo ou.
.1 Point on Wblelilhp Iloeloi'v Arrc,
Physicians who have tested the llostot
tors stomach Bitters concur in represent
ing it to be an eminently safe stimulant, far
preferable to the ordinary liquors of com
merce, not only because it is medicated.
but because it ii lalinitely pure. Its alco
holic basis is the flucr-t old rye, und this U
tempered and rendered medicinal by the
curative ingredients ol botanic origin
which It holds In solution. It has often
been imitated, but Beyer rivaled, and is
to-day tbe leading tonio diuretic and aper
ient in America. Malarial fevers arc pre
vented and remedied by, aud it is a thor
oughly reliable medicine in eases of dys
pepsia, constipation, liver complaint, rheu
matism, gout, nervousness, urinary at
fectioos. It improves the appetite, in
creases the bodily stamina, checks prema
ture decay, as a sustaining and comlorling
cordial for the aged and infirm is unequal
The majority of psople suller to a sicater
or lesser degree from this sa l atlliction:
many unthinkingly cultivate it by install.
tly.mastlcatlng iheir food; others whose oc
cupation Is of a sedentary character havo
forced on them, the excessive use of to
baceo, etc., nil tend to develop it. The
symptoms vary, one sutlering severely
aftermeals. another only slightly, constipa
tionor diarrahea, flatulence, variablo ap
petite, etc., are only a few of Its unnlea'
ant consequences. Now whath required,
is attention to diet, assisted by a remedy
which aids tbe natural secretions In the ui
mentary canal and produces again a nor
mal solvency ol lood. Such a valuable
remedy Is tho celebrated Home Stomach
Bitters. 0-6 lm
niHenaet an Antngoiiikt
That should bo attacked the instant he
shows himself. Don't wait. At him
before his nails are grown, aud wipe him
out. The great alterative and Inyigor
ant ol the age, Hostetter's Stomacli Bit
ters, will speedily inline such healthful
tone Into your organism that It will be
enabled to suocosslully resist future at
tacks. The bitten prevent
and remedy chills and fever
aud billious remittents, and eradi
cate dispepsia, constipation, liver com
plaint rheumatic ailments, urinary and
uterine (lifUculttes. It Is particularly be
nellcial. when tho system lias been
drained of its vitality or Is inherently
deficient In strength. The nerves ffathcr
from It both vigor and tranquility. But
while It Imparts strength nml elves a
whotcsomo stimulus to the animal econ
omy, It docs not unduly excite It like tho
cheap cxliilarants sometimes resorted to
under the erroneous Impression that
they can Invigorate.
lower t inn anv u.
It this Isiiie of the- T-.-rT
not contain as much as uJlJN Ulb
must be attributed to tho
man llrltton, the whltowi
been daubing our news room,
consequence our employed lph!$
unable to put in a lull days wo
Probata court, Judge Uro;A
lug convened yesterday niornli'
If you want tirst class shoe
laces call on O. Ilaythorn &
(jo to J.Solomon Pareira'vnr
your white ni ir-tilles vests at
Tin; hi.it line ol .Sun L'tubre
city, -') r cent under iirioe.
10:it 0. 1U ihoii
Mr. 1). T. Parker, who
sojourning for the past two wei
Springs, Ark. returned hoineo'
Carpets and oilelothcs, the tk
brought to Southern Illinois, an
Iulies' linen .suits and du.i,
stvles at Uurger's, 11 Cornme
Oo to Henry .Schick, 112
cial avenue, for the tx:ot or
cigar In towii.
The most complete stock o
shoes in Southern Illinois, can be tnnnd
at O Ilaythorn k Co. 10 ;it.
All tbe latest patterns hi glass fruit
jars and j'lly glasses ut llurlinuii's
queens ware store, at lowest prices. O il.
John II. Oberly left the city yesier
diy for Carrollton, liliiiol-, when? be
will deliver an O ld Fellow's address en
Mr. Henrv Schick, at bis new estab
lishment, 'o. 112 Commercial avenue,
keeps the linest brands 0f Havana cigars
ut 5 and 10 cents. Try them. 10-1 w
An attempt was made by burglars
on Sunday ninllt to get into the house ol
Mr. Fritz Sheerer, on Wa bington ave
nue, but they tailed.
Burger is offering the finest ot gren
adines, light summer dress goods, silks
and lawns t remarkably low prices, to
close out lor the season. 1-10-lin.
Burger's prices on fancy and staple
goods arc aitoni-hiiigly low. Call on
him if you want to secure upright,
honest bargains. 1-10-lin.
We sell tirst class boots and shoes at
lower prices than they can he obtained
elsewhere. We do not offer "cheap
trash." O. Ilaythorn iV Co. 10 3t.
For notions and lanoy goods of every
conceivable description, go to Burger's.
He is the king dealer of the city, and
never fails to give satisfaction. 1-10-im
- Hon, David T. I.lnegar has accepted
the invitation of the Knights of the
Mystic Krew, to deliver an oration fer
them on the Fourth of July at St.
Lost gentleman's scarf pin, imita
tion of I'y; also lady's imitation coral
pin. Hy returning to Photograph Gal
lery, Sixth street, theiinder will be suit
ably rewarded. U'J-ot) Wr. U'imi:i:.
Burger's stock ot dry goods is un
doubtedly the very linest to be loiinJ in
Cairo, and for satisfactory bargains ladies
s'loulj be sure to give him a call.
Thistles require radical treatment to
remove them, and so do boils aud pim
ples. Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture is a rad
ical blood searcher curing all skin crupt
Burger's dry good's house, No. 12 1
Commercial avenue, is the palace store ol
Egypt, aud his clerks the most polite,
affable aud business-like men in the
trade. Be sure and give Burger a call
betore you buy elsewhere. 1-10'lui
Justice of the Pence Comings, having
removed to Judge Dross' ollice, corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will be found in his ollice from
8 to 12 o'clock, a. in., daily. 1-J-tf.
A lew nio;e chances at two dollars
each, are yet to be had in tlio ralllo lor
the line piano box buggy and the excel
lent set of harness to be r.llleJ at Louis
Herbert's European restaurant. 3f
Soloman Parelra, at the old stand,
111 Commercial c venue, is now offering
ids choice stock of dry goods and cloth
ing ut great bargains. Call on him.
Persons having magazine", periodi
cals, etc., whl .'h they desire to have bound
should take them to the Cairo City Bind.
cry, where they will be d ine at reasonable
rates ami In llrst-eluss order. 1-1 in
Don't tall to drop in on Henrv Schick
In his new palace ol business iii.il exam
ine his stock ot line Havana cigars. You
will not regret it. 10-1 w
The proprietors of the Farmer's To
bacco warehouse will oflcr about forty
hogsheads of tobacco to-day, the 6iile
commencing at the usual hour, Buyers
are notilied to be on hnnd as some choice
hogsheads will be offered.
On Monday (to-morrow), June IStli,
Miss Meroe Powers will open a summer
school in the building on Fourteenth
street, formerly occupied by Prof. Appcl.
The terms ot tuition will be ono dollar
per month. The patronago ol the pub
lic Is respectfully solicited. 17-3t
Strangers who visit Cairo should
never fall to call on Durirer, tho mam
moth dry goods dealer. The display ol
film goods In his establishment, 121
Commercial avenue, has never becu
equaled bv any house In Cairo. 1-10-lm
F. M. Ward has gono Into the Ice
business, and Is now delivering purelako
Ice in all parts of tho city. Orders lelt
with hhn will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the Ico delivered guar
antood. 1 2-1 m
The committee ol arrangements for
tlio Old Folks concert, given at the atho-
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W lilUJNliik!) DA Vi JI'rrow
' t hand-
bViVfll 7'j-octave, flne ro-iew, , . popular
i 1 U J f7er ai ihmiIIm), i;,, r.,,, ,
New pniB' t wholesale, Ureal
.Kdiru. Neuily lie. j ... J Bl. , i i,,.,,
i...iv.: tto,,sjv,: 7si,..',,'-7'""'L""
Hlopos ..,. iaiop.Vrto7. kure iii'nortilOW pre
ilea. Neworiins nt woleale, irwir i... i
Ion, lleateveriuail, UK l. m," ail'O With
J'dayn b ut trial, Moley relun.!ii an. I iri.ir uriees.
uild botli wat If iut.iti-l'art.,r;, j., l, .
Ag nln wuDle.1 l).c i.,t tore h..r rnbi'H W1"
Jewwy. ,h",W '' ,!,!,uy' -m.ciiy. Ia
A Wfli In rtiii rnrit fi.u., t .
rs ot the
I in their
i object of
'o.:"! .ii is very
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.'. ..f i.'uj.iUi, ui... ,,.... r ai once
Cell-i s when the cause is ( is it should be)
promptly removed hy u-lng Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup. S-inl every w here. 25 cents
Chief ol Police Arter and 0:11 ter
Henry Sargent made a descent on a num
ber of men and boys w io have been mak
ing a habit ol bathing in the onio river
near the car hoi-t in the upper end of
town. They captured about adoen of tbe
offenders, but Jet them go again on the
promise that tiny would "in vcr do it
Owing to an inereas, ot business.
ami a lack ot room in my place ot btisi.
uess on Commercial aveurtu between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets, 1
have opened a branch store at No. H2
Commercial avenue, between l.ighth
and Xim-tli streets, where I will keep
constantly on hand a lull supply of my
well-known brands of cigars and tobac
cos. I invite my friends and patrons,
and the public: generally to come and see
me. 101 w. Hexnv Schick.
Wo idler Ibe following special bar
gains lor a lew days only. Full size eleven
quarter bed spreads at SI 00. .r00 yards
fancy dress goods worth 20cts. lor SJcts.
2oO yards white Pique worth 20cts. for
12'cts. 3" hi yards Crash worth I'lcts.
forlOcts. WaiiiHitta shirts, and 1 .200 '
linen bosom ami culls, Dost In the mar
ket, guaranteed to lit, for Si 23, and
numerous other goods ui.der price. Call
and see that we do as wc advertise.
The Ancient order ot Hibernians
and the St. Patrick's Benevolent Society
have agreed to join the parade of the
Mystic K'rc.v on the Fourth of July and
expect to have one hundred and seventy
live men in Ihio. Now let the Masons,
the Odd Fellows, the Turners, tbe Cairo
Casino, ana the several lire companies
heard Iroui. It they will all join in the
celebration, it can be nude the biggest
thing ol its k'ud that ever took place,
not only iti Cairo, but in Southern Illi
nois. Will the ordi rs nuued mid the
lire companies take part in tlu parade.'
Which of them w ill answer lirst?
Judge Bird was full of business in his
police court yesterday. William Gilchrist,
a young colored man, w as sent over for
twenty-four days because ho had no
money to nay a tine at twenty dollars and
costs, imposed upon him lor disorderly
conduct, Jim Coyne, A. K. Taylor and
L. W. Wilson, were up for being very
druek and noisy, and lined live dollars
and costs. Wilson and Taylor had money
and paid. Coyne had nothing nnd went to
Jail for live days. Charles Adams, John
Hurley, JohnShrodcr and Martin Con
ers, four young ki Is from down the river,
were arrested by Chief Arter lor vagran
cy. Tliey were fined ten dollars and
costs each, and given an hour to leave
10-3t. O. IlAVnioiix & Co.
Hetrigerators.tne very best, at A.
Ilalley's, 115 Commercial avenue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table snd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' Im
plements, plows, corn planters and shell
ers, sulkcy rakes, ami a general stock ol
stoves, tin and hardware, (lower stands,
both wire ami wood, tlower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging baskets (.1 till
kinds; Ibe largest variety ol bird cages
in the city and will be sold very loiv at
A. Ilalley's, 115 Commercial avenue.
The ','airo Bt;i.i.i'.rix expects beiore nu
mber season is over to set; Mr. Tinkle
"and his firm slipping hat k to Cairo,
never more to leave her." he wish is
lather lo the thought, neighbor, several
years experience in ymir town convinced
the members ot the above linn thai
Cairo Is not the place lor a tobacco mar
ket. The above Is from the Padueah Sun.
We fear that it will not take "several
years experience" In Padueah to con
vince Messrs. Siraiighn, Tinkle .t Bird
that tiny made a mistake In leaving
t'slro. We have been watching tho sales
of tho different tobacco warehouses iu
Padueah, nnd lire forced to tho con.
elusion that Messrs, S. T. & ll, are faring
poorly amomg tho older houses there.
So far the largest number of hogsheads ol
tobacco sold In one day by them (11 tho
Pudticah papers arc reliable) was nineteen,
whilo the older houses nru selling Iroui
filly to a hundred. This sort ol business
will becotno monotonous after uw bile and
our good friends 8,, T. & B. will come
back to Cairo. And when they havo
mado up their minds to rulcru wo w ill
recolvo Ihcm with open arms and cm
braco them. Tlioy will come back. It
Is only a question of time when thev
4 SUIIDAT 8ERM0N3.
rreneliva by. Rta. Vturtt hud ftll
The Itev, Mr. George In the evening
continued tho discussion of the subject
presented the preceding Sabbath evening,
the characteristic efcharlty or, love set
lorlhlu the I Cor. 13:7. "Believeth all
things, hopeth all tilings."
The connection .-hows tho believing
and hoping hero re!er to tho believing
and hoping all that is possible in favor ol
tho characters of others. It is carrying
the Golden Pule into tho inner region.of
our thought and judgments. He re
capitulated 'he points presented bdorc
against the formation ol hasty judgment,
on a partial and one-sided knowledge of
facts, and proceeded to present the rule
of charity ns opposed to unduly harsh
and censorious judgments.
First. Wc nru to beware jf erecting a
false standard so as to condemn
as u vice what is rca'.ly a virtue.
This was illustrated by the case ol a fam
ily censured for taking up and adopting
a friendless b iby whoso unknown, out
cast, wandering mother had died in giv
ing it tiirtli. What an overstrained and
prudish respectability frowned upon was
probably looked on in heaven as a glori
ous aud Christ-like deed.
Second We should guard against too
positively and . hastily condemning
things about the moral quality of which
tl re is room lor dilhrenee of opinion,
remembering thai our views; i.re liable
to be prejudices deiived Iroui .air tr nn
Ing of associates colored by our nat
ural temperaments -exagir, poioiis id
views lhat are. true. We should lot
pruc'ieally claim inf'illihilny by hr Hiding
HS.uiiebrisiian all who Co not conform i
our ideas of di-pu:ed nutters.
thirdly. We are to guard ai'.un-t
imputing a bad motive where ilu iu may
poibly have been a good one.
F'ourtb, In clear eases ol wrong our very
censure must be mingled with regret,
with tenderness and a consideration ol
all lhat can explain or mitigate.
The sources ol uncharitabl.-iies were
then pointed out.
First, Vacancy of thought taking to
scandal lor a pastime.
Second, Cruelty of disposition such as
keeps up bull fights iu Spain and form
erly kept up Ghrliatori il shows in Home.
Third, Envy that meanness ot spirit
which csn admit no good in othtrs that
would make them superior to one's self.
Fourth, Spiritual pride illustrated in
the Phari.-ce who in ids prayer boasted
of himelf and condemned the Publican
also in that tyre of the Pharisees, the
elder brother ot the prodigal.
Fifth, The pride of shrewdness and
knowledge ot character, mai Ifcsting
itself In detecting bad motive3 Where
others see only good.
Sixth, Exaggerated zeal overstepp'ng
the bounds ol charity.
Tlio great cute ot unuhftrilublcncss is
sell-knowledge-, producing humility.
Another cure is n consideration of its
First, It injures the peison harshly
Second, It Injures society by breeding
suspicion and strife.
Tided, It injures the person entertain
ing it First, As he suspects all others
ol hypocrisy aud vice ho is apt to con
elude not to Iw singular. Second, It
takes away all sw eet, kindly aud cheer! ul
thoughts, siiMstitutliig a j i'nidiccd jew
The sermon ended with a
reiLOstiatnv a-Hnc! to those' who de
light dwlling upon i.ono ol tlio good
but all the evil they can find iu the
The preacher here introduced an illus
tration which he had heard from the
great Dr. Nathan L. ltiee ot whoe death
he had learned only a day or two before.
Dr. Pice compared the church to a hos
pital where the good physician places
christians that they may bo gradually
cured of the great malady ot sin. When
men complain of tlio church that it lias
weak, and iucoii; isteut members, they
are objecting to the hospital because tin y
find sick people hi it. The lact is
there are no others there. When a man
gets perlectly well, the hospital u not
the tilacelor him. He is takeu home.
That good nun, said the preacher, lias
himself just been taken home. Let us so
Improve the means ol grace w hich Christ
ianity allords us that wc , too, sliall
ultimately o!n God's family in the world
of sinless perfection,
.ML I'll odi sr CIR'llCII.
IJeV. Mr. Gilliam look his I x r (rum
Exod. 33: HI. Subject, tbe "S p.u.iiing
Tower ol the Divine Piesence.''
Tho speaker noticed that tbe Jewish
people were God's peculiar people,
were distinguished in many wajs Hum
the surrounding nations.
The child lact, however, iu their history
was the unusual transcendent and glori
ous m anner in which Jehovah uian iesied
himself to them as their God, Guide and
Portion. In like manner, the spiritual
Israel Is "a chosen generation, u royaj
priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar peo
ple," who have been '.called out ol dark
ness Into the marvelous light ot God."
The Church of God is to lm separated
from the world. Kehgloii means
something. The only question
relates to the cause and matter ot the sep
aration. What-separates? What nukes
God's people a peculiar people?
First Nothing merely external sulll
olently marks the lino of distinction be
tween God's people aud the people of
this world. Christians not separated
by dress, visage, deportment, or any
thing of this character, church mem
berships, lalih In a creed etc, 'ridicule no
more llian nominal Christianity.
Simplicity and modesty of apparel be
come followers of Christ, but an unholy
heart may throb beneath the most saintly
' Church membership Is a ph In chris
tian obligation, but there Is a wide dis
parity In the rolls cf members In tho
visible and In visible .church. -
Second It Is not by going out of tlio
world or society that this trim separation
is realized. Christianity ;ls not i sickly
hot house plant which will wilt In the
lervors or be chilled by the rigors of the
world. Men are to be noue the less busi
ness men because they are christians,
but they are to be chrlstarn business men.
Living christian men are wanted every
where, In tho schools, shops, stores,
offices, among professional men, In the
halls of legislation, etc.,a.s well as In the
sanctuary and evangelical work ot the
Third Spirituality, the Divine Pres
ence, the lite ol consecration and faith
there separate and make God's people a
peculiar people. Christ the example.
For this separatim our own act,
couctirnnt with tho Divine, Is necessary
It is very important that this separation
should be known. This is the thought
ol Moses tn the toxt.
The advantages ol the I '.vine presence
arc nianllold and great.
Tbe ptrlis of transgression are dis
cerned, Hie needs of the church under
Lord Duilcrin thus describes tho cat.
aract of Van Jayen.iu the ley region it
Spit.bergcn. H ) says, "It is like the
river larger than the Thames, plunging
down hundreds ol feet, ivery .wreath ol
spray and tumbling wave frozen iu a
moment, sono mill', rigid a- iron, awful,
everlust'ng death iu lite, staring up at
the sun and stats in their courses, uini
never meeting the Noiland winds, and
wa-hiug waves meet the th c-
d r inii-ic (d iis waters."
So, said Ibe speiil.i-r, I havi lliollg'it, bids
tne eea-ele s stream ol Divine low np-di
it t'iriiiu , tiiivvoi Miy clniivli.
IJIis v ry energy is st ll'eiie I into ri 1 1,
rillUilslle shapes, and lis Warm lib-in.z ii
over, und troZen lii by ii i .-sisialile nml
We in eil the WaMU sin un Iroui above,
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A ehurcii bavin,' ibe unction ol the
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of heaven, jubilant with Iwppy voice
atnl songs of praise, bounding on Its way
toward the coveted shore, even nnild
storm and tempest, landing its redeemed
thousands on the shores ot Immortality-
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For hale ur He ill.
No, CI Eighth siie-ei ne-n iy nppo e
the Methodist church iai s-m i,:c ail at
present occupied hyN.lt. I lnstb-Wood,
Esq. Possession July 2.1. Apply to
A. CoMiNeis. Esq.
Or Tlios. II. Towers, St. Catharine, Oni.
Wood I Wood ! I Wood I ! t
The Cairo Box and Basket company
will deliver wood in any part ol the. cilj
at Sl.l'.'J a load ; also knelling at 3 cent
a bundle. Orders may be lelt with W.
II. Mortis, secretary, at his ollice hi Un
City National bank building 27-23
The Cairo City Bindery, A. W.Pyatt
Co., proprietors, Is now turning out
work of eveiy description in iheir line iu
llrst-cla-s aud workmanlike manner, lm
For -ale by Winter it Muart. a see
oud hand piano, a line instrument war
nuitidtobo in good order. For price
and lei ms call on or a hlresa,
WlM IKIttfcSll. AUT, Agts,
tf. No. Ill Commercial Avenue.
The work of fixing up St. Mary's
park lor the coining celebration ot the
Fount! Ingoing on. The weeds will all
be down aud the tracks In good condi
tion iu a few days if the weather re
ICouiu io l.,
Suitable for a bed room furnished or un
furnished. For particulars Inquire on
tlur premises of Mns. M.,lt. IIaiikkm.. tf
Itelurii of rrof. Tuoko.
Monday Eve. at atheneum ono night
only. Keserved seats now on sale at
liartiuan's, ' ' 3t
White coffee sugar. Eight pounds lor
$1 00, at New York Store. ot.
- have your Money. ,
I'onr pounds best English soda for
Doc. Four pounds best rellne l pearl
starch for2.e, nt New York Store. 5t.
. . ,. . 'o Knt. -.(.
; A house on Division ' street, between
Washington avenue, ajid Walnut street
Apply to . r -.' -v V, It. Smith.
nam, Itnma. ,
Best ' cauyassed sugar cured hams,
warrentcd, tor 12Jo per pound, at New
York Store. 6t.
-Charley flltterlingln order to satisfy
the want of tbe people of Cairo and
strangers who may yUlt Cairo, has fitted
up in connection with bis par excellent
"Our Saloon," a ladies restaurant. His
larder Is at all times abundantly supplied
with tho choicest luxuries, and for a floe
lunch, or a cool, refreshing drink of any
description, Charley rfifferling's Is the
place to get It.
sew ADvr.KriF.ni:.if tn.
DRS. THOMPSOM & McCRAE,
No. CI Ohio I.evcc. CAIRO, ILLS.
W. II. MARE AN, M. D.
Soaisjitiio' Physician and Surgeon
Pr. Brlghamii Successor )
OfSjo 133 Commercial Ave.
--l-lin Cairo, Illinois.
Siciul attention given to the reatmen.'j
( liroiiic Dueuses and diseases peculiar, iu
V7. C.JOCELYN.D.D. C.
Oilier on KiglnJi str: uettrr-n Was hi Hi toa
am out tioi n .venue, i uiro, lid .
h dena'e Peahr in
il . Ji ' itir Twe fth and
Ohio L v e.
I-. In t iu a oai or Ton be
p ll k' ll I S i l III!.
siii ia Attention Paid t
MUMT OR DAY TIME,
lialilliStreel, - Cairo, llllnnl.
T II K llest Ouality ot MEATS alavi
GRAND GALA DAY
mm of ii
Under tho Auspices of the
Of Cairo, Illinois,
At ST. MARY'S PARK,
law Danxsy Racoa. Pat Men's
The citizens of Cairo have contributed
liberally towards the
Ever seen In the State out side of Chi
ea.'O. r nie i Xllioition anil garneti pit ces
i. ill he si-i oil. The fireworks have been
inn (based direct irom ew lorn
. i -,-. . 1 1 1 i . ibe oti'iliiiiii ot Mr. Dan ilart-
m n. " Prot.. I. T, Thomas will siipenn-
i:u i lie (,1-ouy.
i in- ilav's entertainment will commence
.1 10 a.m. with the reading et tho
It YA YOUNG LADY,
l'o he followed by
Gjv. ijhn King of Padueah,
Hjii. ft. I ia.n H.riZcll, M.C.
Col. ttl. Croa&Uad, of Miyflaid.
.on. U- T. Linejar, of Cairo.
Vud o. hen miMeiii orators who nave been
Invited to attend.
AH. r win".. iiouii.g Raee und a
tuning i.iCe op' ii lo all. Bes Uvo ill
nice lor purse pfe'iimm. E.iu Ice ol
pi! will be, cluiged. For Iiuiu.r pan
Menhirs addiens Messrs. P Fnzgerald or
Plnl Howard coiimiiltee on races.
Suitable premiums will be awarded to
the .uecesslul contestant iu climbing the
Teased pol, sack raciMg, cathchlng
reused pig, base ball uiatoii, lat man's
face, slow donkey race, and other sports
to numerous to iiienlion.
ibineinir will comiueneeat 1 p. m. and
continue till 8 p. m. , ' '" -
At 8 P- IU. tne grjiuu worn ui
ply will take plae.;. . - v '
i.. ii... i.veninir the dnnclnir will be re.
sitmed nnd continue till the "wee stna'
hours." i - .' .' v
A.nniMmanU ttavn hwn made with
railroads at the tollowlng rates : Illinois
Central, .Mississippi Oniral, 8t. Lou's,
xim.nratn nml stiiiiiriorn. Cairo and
HUll .Vi-'. ......... " " ' ' - - -" T
St. Louis, Mobile and Ohio at ono and
a fllth rate tor round trip-. airo aim
Vlncennes at greatly reduced rates,
wliluu will be duly advertised.
Arrangcmeuts ior rxcuraioiia ,ro...
various points on Urn river will be made
of which duo notice will tyi given.
COMM1TTEH OF, AUBAKG MENT3
JOnN D. HOLMES, Chairman.
T M. LOVKTT, Secretary,
f'll AS. A. SALT. ED. (JEZONJA.
CH..8. DELAY, CASEY 8TITES.