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;.ilR0 BUSINESS HOUSES.
itt ". Any bmlBM firm ru have three lines
mm, in till" eolutnn under appropriate hnt'llnir
liberate, of II. An per luontUor l-!ieryear
nayuhle iuirterly in advanca.
llnrdMitrc, mote ud Tlu Ware.
A. llAIJ.tV-U'uliTmh(ov,'llniu.l Hunt
Ware, Csideu ami farmers' Implements, Wire
ioo-l", rMHxeriitora, Pump ami Ladders.
I)", I unirnin lid Avenue, l.utferintr, aiel Job
Work duiii! on ehori notice.
i i ii i
.J.S.M.t.AHKY-lleulerliihiuNl aud soft I .wi
lier, flooring, ivillnu, aiding mid aurfared
lumber, Intli and ahinglea oiIIoh and yard
rorner'i wenlietli ln t and Washington avium
LA.NC.VSTKIt A KICK-Dealer In sa.h,
iloora, bluula, fr... hard and soil liuulier ami
vhlngle. Van! and ulllee, toiiiiiit-riiul ateuue,
orner 17th street.
I). H A HTM AN Dealer in Qiiwnnwnre, Toy,
Ijuipaund ill kimls ol fancy urti:l'. Coinmir
::ul avenue, corner 'ah alreet.
WILLIAM WINTkK-tixlli street betwetn
'Joiumerclal aveuu ami Washiintton avenue.
t'lotbiuw Mud Jl re limit 1'iillorliiK.
JOHN ANTIUM-Merchant Tailor anil deuler
in Keady Mailt Clothing. 78 Ohio Levee.
Kenl r:lnte AgeiM-lre.
M. .1. HOWLKY-Roil K.Ute Agent, lluys
lid icIU real eauut, cullccta rniu, naye tain
lor non-rceiileiit ete. toiiimt-rcial avenue, te
Iwntii Ninth and Ii-nlh atreets.
Coiuilloa M errhttnia.
nINKI.K THISTLKW 0ll
l otton aii'l Tol-wco rucl-ir ami ro
prietora nt tlic r rniera' Tol'iu-io Mrliuw.
Vi'i t 1-7 Cnmmiiiernal Amine.
1 Ueneral Korwurdiiur and Con.miision
merehrat, lor the nalc of runu, (,aidto, Or
:hard auil I'alry Produce, mi Ohio Levee.
EA. WHl.EI.0i K A Ul.
(ieiirral Korwardinr ami ( omtnbiilon
tuerchaii'a, ami dealera iu ull Limta of r run and
I'roduce. OlOlooLrvie. Consia-iiiiiruUi olic
iteet, Hieucil lurnihnl on aip'icaiioi .
ttLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Cirect Concseiicn TEasleraLines
Trains Leave Cairo
1 20 p.'". Fat Express, arriving In St.
Lou In le.OO p. m.; Chicago, 7 a. in.
220 P.ra, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
V1LLE FAST LINE
Arriving' n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, t:i.E InilmapollH, 4.15 a.m.:
I'af ngcru ly tliis train an ivcat above
OF AST OTflEE EOUTE.
HTO p. B. Fant Mail with alecpcra atta. ij.
el. for ST. LOl IS and CHlCAf.U,
arriving In Su Loul at H:") a.m.
caeo at 4M p.m. Connecting at 0lin
or Kflingtiara lor Cliii'innati, Iuuvilic
FAST TIME EAST
f (.nienirert ly this line po througli to
tbe Caat wltbont any delay r.auvd by
Hie SATUItDAV Ar TKItNOt'N TItAIN
HUJM CAlltU AKKIVKS IN NKW
VuUK .MUNUA MuUMNtr
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
UK AN V OTIIKK HOL'TK.
AdvertiMDitnU of competin' linea t!i;it
tLey uiike belter tfrau llian tliis one, are
are iaaued cither through igrorauce or a
deafre to luialcad the pubiie.
For through ticket and iiilonn.ition,
ipply at lllinoii- Central It H. Lcpot, Cairo.
IKAIM AIUUM AT CAiau
xprn - p in.
lull .... I:ia.m.
Uen'l Southern Agt.
.1. II. .To.NK. Ticknt Avt.
nappv rtiirl lo yuiuiK uiki lto:u.
t he ed'ecta of errurs ami at iiM.i in
() fH early life. Muniiuod Itciitored. Illi- M
I iMflimenui 10 iii3rriaKi rciuovti. m
New n rtbod o truitinetiL ew
Zj.uiiiI reiuarkuble rniiclicit. ltiKjkuJr
Maxnj ami e.rcuiam sent iree in eiei j
F"j2,nveloa. Adileraa llo AW n- g
ICS) WanriATioW. 4I'J S. Ninth I'liila-H
CO rleluhia. 1'a. An Institution rmv- v
1 g infa bitch reputation tor honor-
.able conduct ami prof's' ional!
U V ill -
Tobneeo anil Citf'".
Mt?rclianU,groet'M, ami faloon-keepers
ithiiild not torjfet that Messrs. (.'orlis &
Ilankin, proprietors ol tliu rrmriif -?tHt;
l'obacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an establishment at the corner
ofSlxtn street and Ohio levee in this
city wherettiey wil. do a wliolesale and
retail business in the tobacco and einr
line. Tliey liave on hand the larget
and most complete stock 01
obaceo and cigar, ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
mipply the wants of the trade at (he
lowest living' price. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their i-tock.
Pie tu re and Hrnrkem.
E. C. Ford ha removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avetnie
near Tenth street, lie has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelve? , frames,
ehromos, picture cord and tassel, cur
tain tafsels. lancy nulls, hat racks, etc.
i'leture lramiriir made a speciality
t:iiromos mounted in the cheapest and
best style. lm
Murder Will Out.
A few years ago "August Flower'' was
' discovered to be a certain cure for dyspep
sia and liver complaint, a few thin dyspep
tics made known to their friends how
r aaily and quickly thsy had been cured by
Its ue. The great merits ot Green's
August Flower became heralded through
the country by one suffer U another, until,
wit' out advertising, Its sale has become
immense. Druggists In every towu in the
United States are selling It. No person
luffc'rlng with sour. "tomach, sl:k headuoho,
costivcuess, pu'pitatiou oftho heart, indi
tjectloii, low spirits, etc, can take those
doses withou. relief. Go to l'aul U. Sdmh
and get a bottle lor T cents and try it.
Sample bottles 10 cents.
"- - To ull vho aro suffering from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early tlccny, loss of man
hood, etc, I will send a recipe that will
euro you, free of charge. This great
eniedy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. ; Send a self-ud-dressed
envelope to tho Rev, Joseph T,
Inman, Station D. Bible House, Xew
Hie ktiiolit. ol'tlie aboTe nrl r meet
at tlielr hall tlio 11 rM anil llilnl Slomlur
in each inohlli, Coruniarcml nienne, -l door
aoulii ol I illi treet, ai a p. in.
lou.t 1. il'O.vk., Ii. II. f ,
ASCALON LODGK, '(). (SI.
KnlKhta of I'ythias, mmu every Fri-
day uigut at lioll-iJt Seven, in ()iM
1 tt-flowa' 1111. llowt.
AI.KXANMKlt LOlttiE, NO ?4,
luJcp -nilrdt Urvler nt Odd-fellows,
ui'U every iburaday nlKht
at huJf-iHWt keven. in their ball on
Jumuiercial uvi uue. Iietween Math ani rii'veutb
'reita Will. K. IUwi.s, N. ti.
' 1 WHO KXCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F., nieeta
tin tuld-friluwa' Hall on Hie nratand Uiird
;iulay in every nionUi, at half-pant acven
A. Couinoh, C P
CAIItOl.OIK.K. N().'7,A.K. A A. M.
iiolil n irular oiliiiuuuii'ationi In Ha-
ouie Hull, corner CoiniiKTclal areuue
and I.UIith utri-rt. on the tecoud and
iirth Monday ol ea. h month.
HATKN Of AOVKB1HIKU.
UAU bills for advertising, are due and pay
able ix adv arc
Traiibient aiivcrtialoK Will be inserted at tliw
rate of II (JO l-r square for the first in;rtlon
and 'J' centa for eucli aubiequent one A litwral
diaeount will be made on ataudiiiK and lijl
for InaertinK Funeral notice II 0 Notir oi
meetioK of societies or aecrel orders Ul centa for
Church, Society, Feativaland Hupper noti:a
will only be inaerted as advertiaemenU
N advertisement will b reoeivol at less than
Hi centa, and no aavertiaement will be inaertiil
for leaatban three dollar wr month
I.OC'Al. RI'NIK!S .VlUt
Of one sfjuare (8 lines space) or more, In
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per sqtinre $ 50
Two insertions per stjttare 1'i
Three Insertions p-r square 1 (X)
Six Insertions jmt square 1 7."j
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square- 3 50
.Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
VVKDXKSDAY. JLXE 20.1S77.
For artistic 1'holograpiis at a rnotletate
N-t call at Hustave Wefell s (iallery.
ICE ! ICE!
Huse, l.ooiins Co., dealers In north
cru lake ice, have removed their ofliee
lrom the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering i:e in all parts of the citys
Tlioe desiring the cold ?tuil will leave
their orders at the new ollice, where tbey
will receive prompt attention.
James KAVAXAffii. Manager.
C'aiho, Ills., May 1", 1ST". 3-17-lm
n -nilhlc AiM lee.
JouareaskeJeveryd.lv Ibroii.'li the
volumns of the newspapers and by your
druggist to u-c something fuCyour des
dyspepsia and liver complaint tliut you
know nothing about, you gt dtscoui agcd
spending money witli but lltttls succci.
ow lo give you a satisfaulory proof
Green's August Flower will cure you ol
dyspepsia and liver complaint with all Its
etlectH. such as sour atomacli, siek head
ache, habitual eotiveues, pa'pitatlon of
the heart, heart burn, water-braab, fullue-s
at the pit of the ktom uch, yellow 1 l -ted
tongue, indigestion, wiuuning of the
bead, low spirits, Ac, we ask you to go to
Paul (i. Schuh's and get a sample bottle ot
(ireeu't August Flower lor 10 cent- and
try it, or a regular s e lor 75 cents Two
do-es will relieve you.
I in nl red HlKeanoii.
The majority of people suffer to a gleuter
or ieser degree from this sad allliction:
many unthinkingly cultivate it by insufli
tly umstieating iheir food: ethers whose oc
cupation ts of a sedentary character have
forced on them, the excessive uo of to
bacco, etc., all tend to develop it. The
symptoms vary, one sullcring severely
after meals, another only slightly, constipa
tiulior dbtrrabca, flatulence, variable ap
petite, etc., are only a few of its uuolea.--ant
consequences. Now what L required,
is attention to diet, assisted by a remedy
which aids the natural secretions in the ai
meutary canal and produces again a nor
mal solvency of food. Such a valuable
remedy is the eelebrateu Home Stomach
HpnM In an AntnifoiiiNl
That should be attacked the instant he
shows himself. Don't wait. At him
before his nails are grown, and wipe him
out. The great alterative and Invigor
ant ol the age, Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, will speedily intuse such healthful
tone into your organism that it will be
enabled to sucoesslully resist future at
tacks. The bitters prevent
and remedy chills and fever
and billions remittents, and eradi
cate dispepsin, constipation, liver com
plaint rheumatic ailments, urinary and
uterine dlflleultles. It Is particularly bc
nellcial when tho system has tieen
drained of its vitality or Is inherently
deficient in strength. The nerves gather
from it both vigor and tranquility. But
while It imparts strcneth and gives a
wholesome stimulus to the animal econ
omy, it does not unduly excite it like the
cheap cxhilarants sometimes resorted to
under the erroneous Impression that
they can Invigorate.
A lew Thliiit' Unit we liuoir,
Wo know that a disordered stomach or
liver produces more sullcring than any oth
er cause. We know that very few pbyi
ulans are successful iu these disorders.
Vfe know that PaCosta's radical euro will
without the shadow ol a doubt, almost M
mediately relieve and permanently cure all
of the distressing symptom-. W'c know of
thousands who aro willing to testily that
what we say Is true to the letter. We
knowtbatlt you will give It a fair trial,
you will let us add your name to tbc
"cloud of wltnoeses."' Will you give it a
trial, and do It nowf Trial size only 25
cents, Sold by Ka relay Bros.
Fro. Talker's Pleasant Worm Syrup is
perfect1? safe and extremely palatable.
Xo physio required. Costs 25 cents. Try
It. . tJ.iMin
mw it ii iiayyaaaTOaaaBaa
l.oto the New York Stoic ami ulil.iln
their prices, before buying elsewhere,
ltcmcmber parties or families laying in
supplies, will be sold by this liotiso
lower than any other house In tin Hty.
Oh Lord, how hot !
--The heat is opjiii'ssive, and lee deal
ers arc happy.
Carpels uud oilelothes, the lint st ever
brought to Southern Illinois, at . I. Utir
ger's. 1-10 lm
Judge liroi-s, in tlie probate court,
did but little of Interest to the puhlh' at
Mr. Ninioii J. Edwards, ol Spring
fiel I Is In the city. Mr. Edwards is the
O.vneroia large amount ol property In
Cairo and is here looking alter It.
Ladies' linen suits and tliiiteisol nil
styles at Burger's, 121 Commercial ave
nue. 1-10-1 in
Tho lircat Metropolitan Olympiad,
will exhibit In Cairo on June .'iOih This
is represented us one of the linest shows
jo to Henry Schick, 1 12 Com me r
cinl avenue, for the best 5 or 10 cent
cigar in town. 10 1 w
The colored people propose' running
an excursion train to St. I.ouN, over I he
narrow gauge road on the Fourth. The
fare for tin; round trip will be four dol
lars. in n nursery wherin all is lit.' ami
laugh instead ol crying and (retting,
there is sure to bo louud Or. Hull's Baby
Syrup. Price 25 cents p r bottle.
All the latest patterns in glas fruit
jars and jelly glasses at Hart man's
queensware store, at lowest prices. 9-tf.
In the circuit court yesterday, Oo.
IV. Hicks, charged with attempting to
murder Charles Throckmorton, wa
granted a change of venue to 1'ula-ki
It is said that John A. Logan mid
family, w ho have been vNiting their old
home, Curbondalc, lor the past week or
two, are about to return to that place to
again make it their home.
Mr. Henry Schick, at his new estab
lishment, 'o. 112 Commercial avenue,
keeps the finest brands of Havana cigars
at " and 10 cents. Try tlieni. 10-lw
The .lonesboro and Anna young peo
ple will celebrate the Fourth of July by
a grand ball at I sserj s new opera house
in Anna. A large number of Cairo'
young people have been Invited,
Iiuri"'r Is offering the linc-t ol greti-
! a lines, lirht summer drcs good-", silks
ami lawns at remarkably low prices, to
i close out lur the season. 1-10-liu.
j The picnic which was to hive been
given by the colored Methodist Sunday
school to-morrow, has bem postponed
on account of the committee of arrange
ments being unable to get a train to con
vey them to the picnic grounds.
Mr. O. Greenlee, one of Alexander
countv's leading farmers, is iu the city.
He reports tha farmers throughout the
I county in the linest of spirits over the
favorable weather for wheat cut:ing,aiid
siys the crop will be a good one.
Burger's prices on fancy and staple
goods are astonishingly low. Call on
him if yoti want to secure upright,
honest bargains. 1-10-lm.
Vrof. Cooke, the spiritual exposer,
gave a perfoi inance to a slim audience
at the atht netini on Monday night. Prof.
Cooke left lor St. Louis yesterday after
noon, where he will remain aboot one
.Mayor Winter is still strong in his
determination to build an opera house at
the corner of Eighth street ami Washing
ton avenue. He say she will "put her up
or bust.'' We hope he will. We m an
we hope he will build the opera house.
For notions and lancy 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-lm
Captain Matt. Williams, master of
the trim little steamer Jim FKk, proposes
running an excursion trip from Cairo to
Padueah next Sunday, The bout will
leave Cairo about nine o'clock, anil re
turn at ton at night.
Burger's stock ot dry goods is un
doubtedly the very finest to be found in
Cairo, and for satisfactory bargains ladies
should be sure to give him a call.
The members of the Hough and
Heady lire company held a pleasant socia
ble at their hall on Monday night. The
crowd In attendance was small, but es
Lict. Icecream, cake andother refresh,
nvnts were served.
F. M. Ward has gone Into the ice
business, and is now delivering pure lake
lee hi all parts of the city. Orders h it
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of tho ice delivered guar
antecd. 1 2 lm
The Arab fire company hav.s ac
cepted the invitation extended to them
by the Knights ot the Mystic Krcw, and
will turn out in the grand parade on tbe
Fourth. This makes three societies
thus far who will participate. Let the
good work go on.
Burger's dry good's house, No. 121
Commercial avenue, is the palace store ol
Egypt, and his clerks the most polite,
nll'able uml business-like men hi the
trade. Be sine and give Burger a call
before you buy elsewhere. 1-lO'lm
Alow mo:o chances at two dollars
each, are yet to be had In tho ralllu tor
tho line piano box buggy and the excel
lent set of harness to be Milled ut Louis
Herbert's European restaurant. Jf
At a meeting of tho Arab llro com.
pany, held on Monday nl;ht, that or
ganlzatlon determined to turn out in full
uniform In the parade on the Fourth ot
July. The Hibernians will ho'd a meet-
tii iJ.ty iiiyht, to niateai range-
incuts tiji'-'lt'thcMy-lle Krew out.
If ,i. 1, Moonfy, who Is selling the
patent Ml ght for Cinl extension wagon
bed, will lall to-dny at the Ballard Ihmisc,
No. 51, Olio levee, he can hear ul some
thing that will h- ul'inlcre-i to him.
ThcieVs lalk ol nitiuiii;; exeni iion
trains into '-he city, in order to give peo
ple residing' along the tliilerent Hues, a
chance to eonie Ik ru to do their trading.
Should such au arrangement be made
wl'.h the railroad-, n will ho worth
thousands ul dollars to our merchants.
Mem, Horn Society Journal. "Mis S
appeared to positives disadvantage
because ol 'lotidiusjiif complexion ami
must we'; write itr-l'iinples spoiling
an otherwise beatititul .ountcnaucc,''
Shu should ))' all means procure and
u-e Or. Bull's Biood Mixture. Itep l
- Oon't tail to drop in on Ih nrv Schick
la his new palace ot business ai.d exam
ine his stock ol line II .vatia cigars. You
will not regret It. M-lw
Strangers who vl-it Cairo should
never fail to 'all on Humor, the mam
moth dry goods dealer. Tin- display ol
line goods ill his establishment, 12i
Commercial avenue, has never been
equaled by any house hi Cairo. 1 10-lm
Justice of the Pence Comings, having
removed to Judgu Bross' ollice, corner
of Commercial avenue mid Eleventh
street, will ho found hi his f flloe from
8 to 12 o'clo -k, a. m., daily. l-kf.
John Miller Is a colored man, who
hails from Nashville, Toon, lie was
caught baihing iu the Ohio river near
llalliday Brothers' warehouse, yestet
d ay inoriJiig, and consequently, Chief of
Police Ar'er tol(k him in out of the wet.
He was thud ten dollars and costs by
Judge Bird, and given twelve days in the
cooler, tor the want (J wealth.
I to not t iil to remember that tha
strawberry and lee cream festival, tor
the benefit ot I.oretto Academy, takes
place at Turner 11 ill this evening. Tin re
will be a fine cane awarded to the most
pojiular young man, and a gold pen to
the most popular young lady. A cor
dial invitation Is extended to all to at
tend. 1 1
Some ol our colored citizens are
running a '1 "lying Dutchman' at I.o-cu-t
Urove, and cve'y night crowds ol
boy;-, girls and grown people congregate
there to enjoy the sport, which U all
right, but the young men should nut
make "nigh! hideous'' by cursing, yelling
and hooting, as it is charged by certain,
one3, they do.
Slierill Sitip will start lor Juliet in a
day or two with another gang ot prison
ers. Aiming tlieni is Tom Ellis, con
victed ol horse stealing and who is seti-leiic-d
to three years. May (he sherifl
have better luck with this party than he
did with Davis and Donnelly, who are
still at large, and are likely to remain so.
The festival for the benefit ot the
Lorretto Academy, to take place at
Turner Hall to-night, promises to be a
very pleasant a3air, and all who can
sbonld attend. The contest for the cane
and pen, which ai j to be oreseuted to
the most popular young lady and gen
tleman in the house, will bo a feature
that is expected to prove quite exciting.
Persons having magazines, periodi
cals, etc., whhh they desire to have bound
should take them to the Cairo City Bind
cry, where they will be d me at reasonable
rates and In lirst-class order. Mm
'lis sad but tru.;. Sue Conners has
been lounging around town for some
days, w thout any .ppreut iii 'ai:- of
getting a livelihood, and yesterday
Officer Axley pulled her, She was he
lore Judge Bird for trial, and was lined
ten and costs. She wouldn't g-t out ol
town, and was sent to the lockup lor
Jacob Klec, corner of Washington
avenue and Twelfth street, is now pre
pared to supply the eitiz-ns oi Cairo with
pure lake ice ut the lowest living prices.
His wagon makes daily rounds, and wil)
deliver Ice in any part ol the city. Ice
depot at corner Washington avenue uud
Twelfth street, w here all orders should
be left. 1-2-tf
The people living iu that part of the
city to be specially benefited by the till
ing and grading of the street in the vicin
ity of Kev. ltix's church, are iniicli
pleased now that the council litis taken
the matter in hand, and aro about to have
the street Improved. Much inconven
ience has been caused the people living
in the vicinity of Flteenth and Sixteenth
and Cedar streets on account of the bad
ondition of the street referred to at
certain seasons of the year.
Owing to an increas.t of businos..
and a lack ot room in my place ot busi
ness on Commercial avenue between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets, I
have opened a branch store at No. 112
Commercial avenue, between Mghth
and Nineth streets, where 1 will keep
constantly on hand a lull supply of my
well-known brands of cigars and tobac
cos. I invite my friends ami patrons,
and the public generally to come and see
me. 10-lw. HtsxNY Schick.
In Judge Comings' court there was
just one ease yesterday. Doe Dillon, a
colored gentleman well known in Ciro,
swore out a warrant against a lady, also
of color, Carolina Lewis, by name, charg
ing her w it It maintaining an Institution
unbecoming to a lady, of respectability,
but the Judge, sltcr hearing the evidence
produced by Doe, came to tho coiiclii-ion
that ho had no right to assess a line
against Carolina. She was const (jneutly
discharged, ami the costs ot Hie case,
seven dollars ami twenty cents, were
charged up to tho doctor which he will
have to pay, or go to jail.
Uelngerators, tiie very pest, at A.
Halley's, 1 13 Commercial avenue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, tablo snd
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' Im
plements, plows, corn planters and shell
"era, sulkey rakes, and a general stock ol
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stands,
tar r-t- i ,
tyUli wtiu and wood, tlower trailer.?! Hif
(renf stylci hanging baskets iJ all
kinds ; the largest variety of bird t'tges
1 1 the city and will be sold very low ut
A. Halley's, 1 15 Conimijrclal iivciiue.
Charley FiHU'i liiigin order lo satisfy
the w ants ol thu people of Cairo and
strangers who may visit Cairo, haslHted
i.p in couueetion with his par excellent
"Our Saloon," a ladies restaurant. His
larder Is at all limes abundantly supplied
with tho choicest luxuries, and lor a fine,
lunch, or a cool, t. freshing drink of any
dese.iiptlon, Charity Pllflurliiig's is the
place to gvt it.
The sale ol tobacco at the Farmers'
warehouse yesterday comprise. I thirty
five hogsheads lugs and leaf as follows:
$11 75, 4 00, 7 00, 8 30, 11 UK, 7 On, 4 00. lb (J)'
3 25. 3 J5, 9 00, 7 00 11 20, (i 00, 3 55, 3 85,
3 50, 3 70. 7 75. S 00 3 s.i, 3 50. 8 25. 0 10,
3 50, 3 30. 7 15, ! U0, S SO, S 00, 3 50, 8 00,
0 10, 7 10. 0 05. There was no good loaf
offered at Ibis sale. Tho prices were
fully up to the standard and generally
satisfae'ti'y to tho seller. A Hue
breake will be ottered on T'dir-ilay,
In ilildmg quite a lot of Kentucky leaf.
B iyers are requested to be on hand
The following, in relation to the
death of our late leilow citizen, Mr. II. J.
Cundill, we take from the Hot Springs
Daily T'.ltiirnii :
Mr. U. J. V ndiT, of Cairo Ills., who
came to the valley some lev weeks since
lor the purpose ot receiving treatment
for a severe attack of paralysis, died Ibis
morning at ball oast lour ocloik, alter
great stilletinsr. Mr. Cundill was one ol
the oldest residents of Cairo, a prominent
bii-iness man, and a respected citizen,
whose demise will lie learned witli rcgre'
by all who knewhiiti. Mr. Will Citmlitl',
his eldest son. arrived in the vilh y this
morning and teok charge o! the remains
ot his tat hot, ubieh he will take to Villa
Itldge, Ills., for interment. The bereaved
lamily have one hearllelt sympathy in
meir great io.-s.
Emily Edwards Is one of those inde
pendent ladies who don't earn a conti
nental whether school keeps or not. and
she conducts a little bagnio of her own
In the lower end of town, l'hc police
yesterday, while in the vicinity of her
establishment, had their attentaon drawn
by some ol the peculiarities of Emily's
domicile, and Were convinced that in
duty bound they should teach her better
ways. She was acsordlngly conducted to
Judge Bird's police court and tlued ten
dollars and the triuiltigs, and given thirty
minutes to buut up a friend. The olll
cer thought it probable that Emily would
jump the town and it is to be hoped she
Judge Marohildon has favored us
with a sample of wheat grown on his
farm in Santa 1'e precinct. The farm is
worked by Mr. Auc!r.;v Nau, and has
about one hundred and lilteeu acres in
wheat. Tliirly-live acres ot this is w heat
ktio vu us velvet golden chaff', and the
balance Tanahannoek. The yield is ex
cellent and the wheat ot line quality. Mr.
Win. Ilolden hiii forty-five acres of vel
vet golden chaff' ou his duty lartn,
which will yield from twenty-five to
thirty bushels to tip; acre, l'eports from
all puts of the county are to the effect
that the wheat was never better. Sonic
damage was done by the heavy winds o'
Saturday night, though not so much as
was at tlrst supposed. The only matter
that now worries the farmer is to get his
w h at put away In good shape,
Soloinaii Pareira, at tho old stand,
111 Commercial avenue, is now offering
his choice stock of dry goods and cloth
ing at great bargains. Call ou him.
The article which we publish below,
audwhi-hwe Cannot but think does
Sheriff' Satlp great Injustice, we take,
Irotn the Chicago Evening Juitrwil.
Tho article has ceatod considerable talk
among the Irieuds and apponents of Mr.
Saup. The particulars ol tbe escape ol
the convicts as told by Sheriff Saup, has
already been published in the Bulletin.
CiiAMi'AKiX, 11)., June 1C Con-ider-'
able excitement was caused among me
officers of the law ami detectives In this
county by the escape ut Tolono ot the
convicts from Mierill .Saup, of Cairo, and
the reward offered lor their arrest, ns
noticed iu the Jvurnulat some days since.
CJuitu a posse have been iu pursuit, but
the only tidings woe that tin y had been
seen passing through a field, still chain
ed together bv hands and leet. The
pursuit is now abandoned, mid
the story of the sheriff is
entirely discredited that they
escaped through the little window at the
end of the cr and jumped from the train
while he waited at the door. People
surmise that he tell asleep and let them
getaway. It is just learned here that
on the night succeeding the escape a
blacksmith shop in Phllowas robbed of
tools, just such us would be used In cut
ting their chains. It Is also learned
from other prisoners that one of them
was Dan Mullen, ot l-'reeport, and the
other a eonlidenco operator ot Omaha,
who eighteen months ago drugged a
woman at Council Blurt's aud robbed her,
and tied that country.
A Meilicliie ot Many t ne.
A medicine which remedies dyspepsia,
liver complaint, constipation, debility,
intermittent and remittent fevers, urin
ary and uterinu troubles, depurates the
blood, counteracts a tendency to rheu
matism and gout, and relieves nervous
ness, may he truly said to have many
uses. Such au article is Hosteller's
Bitters, one of the most reliable altera
tives of a disorderly to a well ordered
stite of the system uver prepared or
sold. It tta been over a quarter ot a
century hi lore ho public, Is endorsed by
many eminent prolessors o! tho heal
ing art, and Its merits have received re
peated recognitions in the columns of
leading A uierican und foreign Journals.
It is highly esteemed In every part of
this country, und Is extensively used In
South America, Mexico, the British pos
sessions and tho West Indies. If Its lu
crease in public favor Iu tho past is to bo
regarded as a reliable criterion of Its
gain In popularity In coming years, it
has indeed a splendid future before it.
. Wood ! Wood 1 1 Wood I 1 1
Thu Cairo Box aud Basket company
will deliver wood In any part ot tho city
at $l.l'.'i a load ; also kindling at 5 cents
a bundle. Orders may be left with W.
II. Mori Is, secretary, at his office In the
City Natlonul bank building 27-25
ftirMwIirrr) lestivnl -Intlolthr sa
Come otle, come ail, to the Turner Hall,
I h's evening. Wedne.lay, at the hour
Strawberries and cream, can there be
Dished up in sty Ic ten cents per plate,
A cane of gold, f price untold,
Under' stock, the best in storo,
Will be given to Ulm, most popular
Of flvo appointed by ladies four,
A pen whose lip sparkles like wit,
Will full to the lot of the lady most fair,
Tho votes to be cast by gentlemen asked,
By admirers of candidates there.
i oting men bear in nnnd; have your
pockets W3'd lined .
N ote early and Lite. tor the girl of your
She'll got II I know if your duty you'll
Be there, then, and take in this matter a
Rememhi-r the plao, Turner Hall,
corner Tenth and Poplar streets,
I- resb, luscious strawberries direct from
the vine, Ice .cream, cold as Alaskan
In Ran keiip ley.
In the matter of Louis 1. Thorns
By virtue of an ordt r of the district
court of the I'uited States for the south
ern district'of Illinois, I will, ou Monday,
the 25th day of June current, at the hour
of ten o'clock A, M., at the south west
erly door ol the court house, In tho city
ot Cairo, sell at public vendue lo the
highest ai d be-t bidder for cash in hand,
all ihe otitstun. ling notes and ancotints
tlue said bankrupt's estate,
('aim, Ills., June 10. 1S77
5t CiKom.K. FisiiKit, Assignee.
My cheek No. 410 on City National
bank, of this date, tor blank amount,
payable to Goldstine A Kosenwater or
bearer. The public is hereby cautioned
against receiving the said check, eithci
in its present condition or if written for
any amount, as payment lias been stop
ped. , Eknkst B. Pktikt.
Caiiio, June 19th, 1577.
For Nolo or Kent.
No, il Eighth street nearly opposite
the Methodist church parsonage, and ut
present occupied by X. B. Thistlewood,
Esq. Possession July '2d. Apply to
A. CoMistis, Es,Ni,
Or Tho;. II. Towers, St. Catharine. Out.
Best canvassed sugar cured hams,
warn nteil, for I2'c per pound, at New
York Store. 5t.
The Cairo City Bindery, A. V, Pyatt
A: Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work ot eveiy description iu their line in
first-class and workmanlike manner, lm
For sale by Winter A Stuart, a sec
otid hand piano, a line Instrument war
ranted to be in good order. For price
and terms call on or address,
WiMitu & Sitaut, Agts,
tf. Xo. Ill Commercial Avenue.
--The work of ti.ving up St. .Mary's
park lor the coming celebration ot the
Fourth is going on. The weeds will all
be down and the tracks In good condi
tion in a few days If thu weather re
' i lloiiiii to Let,
Suitable for a bed room furnished or un
furnished. For particulars inquire on
thw premises of Mits. M. B. U.iuhki.i.. tf
llelnrii of I'l-of. S'oiike.
Msfiday Eve. at utheneum one night
only?. Reserved seats now on sale ut
v White eolleo sugar. Eight pounds lor
$1 00, at New York Store. St.
Four pounds best English soda for
25c. Four pounds hist retiueil pearl
staVgh fur 25c, at New York Store. 5t.
l or llenl.
A house on Division street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Vpply to W. It, smith.
M.W A 111 l it rlSK.M r'.N" I t.
DRS. THOMPSON & McCRAE,
No. 04 Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLS.
ASK YOUR TINNER
Or hardware deulti for the
Standard hmM FrexHisg Kiltie-
Mmle only by the Standard Manufacturing:
Co. Pittaburir Pn. Kverv kettle -nuik of
ea-t iron, warranted ami guaranteed main eun
Urn any lemt or urseuic or any ottierpotaonoui
mutter whenever 'i-s-lm
Q. 1TAEKI30N LEACH, M D
Eepeeial attention given to Homeopathic
treatment ot surgical diseases, till ehronlc
diseases und discuses of women and chill
dreu. Ollice on v'ommorcial avenue near
Nintu street. CAlltO, ILL
Sp la Attention I'aal ti
MtiHl Oft HAY TIME,
KlKhtlOHree-l. - t'Mro, llllnoi.
THK Best Ouali.y of MEATS always
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
L'tcuf llicSt. elurl. t.
RATES: $2.00 PER DAY
Baggtge Taken To and From tho
GRAND GALA DAY
Under the Auspices of the.
Of Cairo, Illinois,
At ST. MARY'S PARK,
low Donkey Baces. Fit Mea's
Ha39s, Ore a 'dPig.Qraased
The citizens of Cairo have contributed
liberally towards the
Ever seen in the State out side of CM
eago. Fine exhibition and garden pieces
will be set off. The fireworks have been
purchased direct lrom New York
through the medium ot Mr. Dan Hart
m in. Prof, J. T, Thomas will superin
tend the display.
. i'KO'JRAMME :
The day's entertainment will commence
ul 10 a.m. with the reading el the
mrnrn or mmmm
B Y'A YOL'XO LADY,
To be followed by
Gov. John King of Padueah,
Hon. Wil.iam Hirtzell, M.C.
Col. Ed. Crossland, of May field.
Hon. 0. T. Linegar, of Cairo.
And other eminent orators who have been,
Inylted to atteud.
Alter which Trotting Race and a
Ruuing race, open to all. Best two in
three lor purse premium. Entry fee of
$2 will be charged. For further par
ticulars address -Messrs. P. Fitzgerald or
Phil Howard committee on races.
Suitable premiums will be awarded to
the successful contestant in climbing the
greased pole, sack racing, cathching
greased pig, base bull match, tat man's
race, slow donkey race, and other sports
to numerous to mention.
Dancing will commence at 1 p. m, and
continue till H p. in.
At s p. in. the grand nre works dis
ply will take place.
Iu tho evening this dancing will be re
sinned und combine till the "wee sma'
Arrangements have been made with
railroads at the to llowlng rates : Illinois
Central. Mississippi Central, St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern, Cairo and
at. Louis, Mobile ami Ohio ut one und
a tilth rate for round trip. Cairo and
Vincennes at greatly reduced rates,
which will be duly advertised.
Arrangements for excursions lrom
various points on the river will be made
of which due notice will bo given.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGMEN'l'S
JOHN D. HOLMES, Chairman.
T. M. LOVET I', Secretary.
CH AS. A. SALT, ED. DEZOXIA.
CHAS. DELAY. CASEY SH I ES.
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