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. , .Note.-. Any taai rata Arm caahav thraellnes
P, id tills column under appropriate heaHuc
liberate of .5U tier mo in or 4U per year
llanrdwrv ss4.'ti Waco, ,
, r-i eaier in nioni) . mmi nun.
ml Viwn''iviBmu, Wira
riua. l'urup uul Uwjikm.
IT Avenue tlutterinKV and Job
warn, uainen ia rww
Work dune on, short notice
vtwl I ,
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tier, IlixjilnK, ceiling, aiding nod surfaced
lumber, lath tad sliinirlca. Offloe and yard
rorner Tweutleib (treet and Washington .venae-
LANCASTER & HICK-Dnlm In nuh,
Snort, blinds, ate, bird and toft lumber and
Mingle. Vard and ottioe, Cowmercuil avenue,
-onjer nth f treet. .en, ,
D. HAI'TMAN-Deeler in Qiieen.w.re, Toy.,
jni i and all kind of fancy artirV. Commer
:.ul avenue, corner nth alreet,
i.' , fbulok-rapliTK ' ; ; .
WlM.IAM WINTKIt Hiilli atrwt Ijetween
Joiiilnerria avenue and Washington avenue.
Ilolliinar and Merchant l allorliif.
JOHN ANTRIM-Merchant Tailor tnd dealer
lu Ready Made Clothing. 78 Ohio Levee.
Heal Katnte A Reticle.
II. .1. IIOWLKV-Real Kutate Ak'M. Buy
and ell real Mate, cille-4a renin, pay. tale,
lor nim-retidenU.eti!. Commercial tyruur, bt
(Wteu Mniii and Teiilli alrecta.
UlNKLE a TH18TLKWOOU
Cutlon and iubacco r actura and pro
prietors of Hit lariueca' lohaau Werebuute,
lt'i A l.T Coujiiinii-ri'lul Avenue.
RASTER YOST- "
L lieneral Kirrwerdin' and Commission
lueirhaal, for the aale of r ami, Uardea, Or
Jiard aad Dairy i'rodunt. a iilno I-etee,
a win vr .fir it a i n
ij General forwarding and omriiUaliin
m-rrhantl. and ilralpra In all kind r.f ."mil mii.I
Produce. M Ohio Levee. t ouniKiimeula olic
ited. Stem ill lunMied on apput-a(iun.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Traina Le,vo Cairo
V.Vl p.m. Fat Kxpreas, arriving In Ht.
Louis 8:.'i0 p. m.; Chicago, 7:W, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VlLLE FAST LINE
Arriving, n Cincinnati H:T0, a.m.; Loula
ville, t):'2', a.m.: Indianapolix, 4.15 a.m.;
raaaengera by this train arrive, at above
OF ANY OTHER BOUIE.
110 p. m. Fant Mail with ileepert atlarh
' ed. for ST. LflL'IS nd CHICAGO,
arriving in St. LouU at 6:'i0 a.m. Chi-cak-o
at iJV) p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Kttinirbam lor Cincinnati, Loiilavillc
PAST TIME EAST
fLKkeni.'crs by thli line go through to
the Kaat without any delay rautted by
1 he SATURDAY AFTERNOON TRAIN
KKOM CA1KO AKKIVES IN NEW
VOltK MONDAY MOBN1NU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF ANY OTUEU KOUTE.
Advartiittinentj ol conipatinf linca that
Ihey make belter time than tbli ouc, are
are latued either tUrouyh igcoranuu or a
dealreto wialead the public,
lor through ticket and ttilormation,
ipply at lllinolk Central K. R. Depot, Cairo.
ihai.h ahhui at caiao.
.................. 2 mo u m.
Gon'l Southern A(jt.
.1. II.Jovkh. Tloket Agl.
lialiV It-li.f l.i nunK men liuin
'the effeeta of errora and abuae in
fH earlv lite. Manhoixl Kerorl. Im
rt iiedlmenui to marriage nrnnveil.
2 New method of treatment New
ZJiand remarkable reniedka. linoka
S and clrmiara aent free In nealeil
13 'envelope. Adder." 1Ioad A
W ociATioit.4l'i S. Ninth, ai. 1'hlla-
iiUlnhia. An imtltutlon hav-
g lna toiirh rrpiiiation tor honor
"aide eouduot and prul'eioual
Tobaee and 'igr.
MerflianUjgrwf n, ftiul saloon-kw'pers
should not lorot that Moasr1!. Corlls &
Rankin, proprietors ol tliu Prairie State
Tobacco Factory at Motropoll, have
opened au eetaolUhnient at the corner
nfSixtn utreet and Ohio levee in this
city where they wil. do a wholeiale ami
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. ; They have on hand the largest
and most complete stock ot
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
mipply the want 4, of the traile at the
lowest living prires. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
Pleiurea anil Bmekela.
E. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket ("tore to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
i hroinos, picture cord nnd tassels, cur
tain tassels, laney nails, hat racks, etc.
I'icture lramlng inudo a speciality
Clirotnos mounted in t!ie cheapest and
hest Ptvle. lm
Murder Will Out.
A low years ago "AugUt Flower" was
dmcovured to be a certain cure for dyspep
- sis and liver complaint, a few thin dynpep
tic made known to their friends how
ra.ily and quickly tliay had beea cured by
Its ute. The great merits ' of Orecn's
Auuust Flower became heralded through
the country ty one sutler to another, until,
wit 'out advertising, iin Hule hat become
Immense. DrtisU in every town In the
United SUtva are selling iU No person
suffcrrng with sourtoniacb,iijk headacho,
'i '.cu.tivenoKS, pulpitutton brtlio heart,' lndl-
. 'ftuhllnti Intv .ntrlta n.n . enn tib. Iho.n
. . linioM without rollol. (Jo to 1'aul U. scliuli
; kud feu uottio tor a cenw ana try it.
Sample bottles 10 cents.
My check No. 410 on City National
f;; lank, of this datd lor blank amount,
...'payahla.to Ooldutlno t, Ilosouwater or
- ' bearer. The public Is hereby cautioned
-against recelvhijr the said check, elthei
C In iU jiresenl condition or if written for
" anv amount, as payment has been atop-
ped, rn8T B. Prttct.
""'tUto;jime 19th, 1877.
' Tb knit hl ol the ahove order mtt
at their hall the nr.! and third Monday
la aaan aionth. Cominervial avenue, 1 door
aoutbl' Win atrm, at H p.m. '
vi i-Wiir . JUHN nomas, 0. (',. M.
"ASALON LODGE, 50. 61.
n ,.lki. nfPuiiiid - -- -
11 Au ntlkft .1 k-lf-i.u ,M n.1.1-
roUlwa1 llall. Mown,
OAUCXAMTiKli LODOI, NO. US.
Independent Order of Odd-Fellow.,
marta every Thursday night
at half-put aevui, in their hall on
oiiiuTCial avenue. Iietween bixth and Seventh
rt(t ' , Vt'iLkk. HAwama, M. O.
nIIMi ENCAMPMENT, I. O. 0. F.. tneeU
tin Oil l-tillowa' itall on the flrstand third
m nhty in every luostb, at half-aut nvcd
ZL. : i v, A. Coaiiaua, C f
a CAJICO LODOK, NO. 17, A.F. A A. at.
Hold reifular oouiuiunltiona In Ma
JJ tonus Hull, corner CoiuuMreial avenua
' and Kilab tre.-t, on the second and
' itirth Mondav of earn month.
BATKN OF ADVEBINIWU.
tJ-All bills for advertiamg, are due and pay
able Uf AllVAXCS
Tranaient advertiaing will be inaerted at the
rat of II 00 per square fur the drat inarrUon
and SO cent for each aubaequent on A liberal
diacount will be mad on standing snd dlaj I
For insertinn Funeral notie SI Notice ol
niwtlnr of societie or secret oriler Ml cent for
Church, Society, Futlval and Supper notices
will only be Inaerted sa advertiteaient
N advertlaement will be received at leaa tbaa
M cents, and noaavertiaementwill be Inaerted
for leaa than three dollar per month
I.OCAI nilBI.Wt.MK WOICK
Of one sijimre (S lines space) or more, In
serted In the Rri.LEii.s as follows : (less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ M)
Two Insertions per square.- 75
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square - 2 50
One month per square- 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
mcnts or for longer time,
FRIDAY. JLNE 22 1877.
For artistic Photos' raphs at a moderate
Mst call at fiustave Wetell's Gallery.
11 use, Looinis i Co., dealer In north
crn lake ice, have removed their olHce
from the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the Ice bouses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering Ice in all parts of the cityo
Those desiring the cold gtutl will leave
their orders at the new oflice, where they
will receive prompt attention.
Jamf.s Kava.valuii, Manager.
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 5-1 7-1 m
You are aked every day through the
columns of the newspaper and by your
druggist to uso something for your des
djapepnia and liver complaint that you
know nothing about, you get discouraged
spending money with but litttle succeas.
Now fo give you a satlsfaatory proof
Green's August Flower will cuts you ot
dy.pepsla and liver complaint lib. all its
effects, such as sour itamacb, sick head
ache, habitual coatlveuess, palpitation of
the heart, heart burn, water-brash, fullness
at the pit of the itoin acb, yellow ikln.
ted tongue, indigestion, swimming of the
bead, low spirits, Ac, we ask you to go to
Paul G. ScUuh's and gtt a sample bottle ot
Green's August Flower lor 10 cento and
try it, or a regular s'ze for 75 cents. Two
ilokos will relieve you.
The majority of people suffer to a gi eater
or lesser degree from this aad affliction:
many unthiBkingly cultivate it by Insnffi
tly masticating their food; ethers whose oc
cupation Is of a sedentary character have
forced on them, the excessive use of to
bacco, etc., all tend to develop It. The
symptoms vary, one suflering severely
after meal", aBother only slightly, constipa
tion or diarrahea. flatulence, variable ap
petite, etc., are only a few of Its unnleai
snt consequences. Now what hi required,
is attention to diet, assisted by a remedy
which aids the natural secretions In the ai
mentary canal and produces again a nor
mal solvency of food. Such a vslusble
remedy Is tbe celebrated Home 'Stomach
In the matter of Louis I). Thorns
Bankrupt. By virtue of an order of tho district
court of the United States for the south
ern dlstrict'of Illinois, I will, on Monday,
the 25th day of June current, at the hour
often o'clock A. M., at the south west
erly door of the court house, in the city
ol Cairo, sell at public vendue to the
highest and best bidder for cash In hand,
all the outstanding notes and accounts
duo said bankrupt's estate.
Cnlro, Ills., June 10,1877
."it Gkokcr Fi.shrr, Assignee.
To all who are suflering from the
errors nnd Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., 1 will send a recipe that will
euro you, fn o of charge. This great
omciiy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to tha Rev. Joseph T.
Iiiiiihii, Station D. BIblo Hou New
York City. 1-JO-Cin
for drile or Meat.
' No, CI Kightli street nearly opposite
the Methodist church paraounge, aud at
present occupied by N. B, Thlstlewood,
Esq. Possession July 2d. Apply to
A. Comings, Esy,
Or Thos. II. Towers, St. Catharine, Out.
Itooia la Let.
Suitable for a bed room lurnished or un
furnished. For particulars inquire on
the premises Of Mrs. M. B. Harhku.. tf
Hctnra offrof. Cooke.
Monday Eve. at atheneum one night
only. Reserved scats now oil sale at
Have your Money. -
Four pounds best English soda for
23c. Four pounds best refined pearl
itsrch for 95c, at New York Store, Bt, .
Goto tha Kew York Store eud obtain
their prices, before buying elsewhere.
Iteincnibcr parties or families laying in
supplies, will be sold by, this house
lower than any other bouse In the city.
To-morrow is 8U John's Day.
W anted, a girl to do general house
work. Apply at the Bulletin oflice.
Mr. Geo. IL Bridges, of Charleston,
Mo., was in Cairo yesterday.
Judge Bros has adjourned probate
court over to Monday morniug.
Everybody In Southern Illinois will
come to Cairo on the Fourth of July.
Carpets and oUcIutbei, the finest ever
brought to Southern Illinois, at J. Bur
John C. Talbot, street supervisor, Is
at Police Headquarter?, ready to receive
Ladles' linen suits and dusters ot all
styles at Burger's, 124 Commercial ave
The Improvement! on 8t. Mary's
Park will bf completed by to-moTrow
TheBross block, corner of Eleventh
strnet and Commercial avenue, la under
Go to Henry Schick, H2Commer
clal avenue, for the best 5 or 10 cent
cigar In town. lC-lw
All the latest patterns In glass fruit
jars and jelly glasses at Hartman's
qneensware store, at lowest prices. 9-tf.
The tobacco sale at the Farmer's
Tobacco Warehouse yesterday was
largely attended. Slowly but surely Is
this trade growing in Cairo.
Don't tall to drop in on Henrv Schick
In his new palace ol business and exam
ine his stock ol line Havana cigars. You
will not regret it. 16-1 w
Mr. Henry Halliday, who has been in
Buffalo attending a national convention
of the .Miller's association, returned
home on Wednesday.
Mr. Henry Schick, at his new estab
lishment, No. 142 Commercial avenue,
keeps the finest brands of Havana cigars
at 5 and 10 cents. Try them. 16-lw
Mrs. Van Nostrand and daughter,
of New Orleans, relatives of Mr. C. It.
Woodward, are In the city, visiting at the
residence ot that gentleman,
Soloman Parelra, at the old stand,
144 Commercial avenue, is now offering
his choice stock of dry goods and cloth
ing at great bargains. Call on him.
When the disorders of babyhood at
tack your baby use at once Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup and notice its rapid and ben
eficial tflcct. 25 cents per bottle.
Burger Is ofllring the finest ot gren
adines, light summer dress goods, silks
and lawns at remarkably low prices, to
close out tor the season. 1-10-lin.
Mrs. W. II. Morris and children will
leave the city early next week for She
boygan, Wisconsin, where they will
spend the summer with relatives.
Burger's prices on fancy and staple
goods are astonishingly low. Call on
him if you want to secure upright,
honest bargains. 1-10-lm.
1 be Turner society will contribute
to Cairo's Fourth of July celebration by
a grand display of fire works at night,
at their hall, corner of Fourth and Pop
For notions and fancy 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
Next week trains on the Cairo and
Vincennes railroad will be run as before
the late change, the mail train leaving
here at 6 o'clock, a. m., instead of 4:20
as at present. The new time card goes
into effect on Sunday next,
The Cairo City Bindery, A. W. Pyatt
& Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work of eveiy description in their line in
first-class and workmanlike manner, lm
A meeting ot the ladies and gentle
men who are members of the Centennial
Association, will be held at the Library
Rooms, on the Ohio levee, this afternoon,
when Mrs. Dr. Wardner will make a full
report of the closing of the centennial
Burger's stock ot dry goods Is un
doubtedly tbe very finest to be found In
Cairo, and for satisfactory bargains ladies
should be sure to give him a call.
Mr. John Lincott, of Paducah, a to
bacco dealer and an ardent admirer ot
One horse flesh, was among the purchas
ers of tobacco at the sale at Messrs.
Illukle & Thistlnwood'a warehouse yes
terday. Justice of the Peace Comings, having
removed to Judge Bross' oflice. corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will be found In his oflice from
8 to 12 o'clock, a. m., daily. 1-3-tf.
-Captain W. P. Halliday, with bis
family of children, left Cairo yesterday
for Bhttboygiiu, Wisconsin, where they
will remain some tlmo. Captain Ilalli
day's eldest son, Willie, has been fit ill
health for some months, and it is hoped
the trip to Wisconsin will prove of ben
Persons having uiuguziucs, periodi
cals, etc., whteh they desire to have bound
should take them to the Cairo City Bind,
ery, where they will be done at reasonable
rates and In first-class order. 1-1 m
. Miss Maroa Powers' pay school,
which opened in the German school
house on Fourteenth street on last Moo-
day, will bo well attended. MIsa Powers
is an efficient teacher, as has been proven
by ber connection with our publlo
schools, aud parents harlng children to
send to school daring tho Hum
inor months, should send them to her.
A lew more chances at two dollars
each, are jtt to be had in tbe raffia for
tbe tine piano box buggy eud tbe eieej.
lent set uf Iwue.iS to be raffled at Louis
Herbert's European restaurant. 3f
Yesterday a forlorn looking woman
with two small children was hunting
around the city for her husband who de
serted her In New Orleans and came to
this city about the middle ot May, she
describes luui as being thirty-five, years
of age flvo fuut six Inches high, has blue
eyes and auburn hair, Is slightly lame In
the right teg an J bis name U Robert WU
son. Ha anybody seen him:
F. M. Ward has gone into the Ice
business, and Isuow delivering pure lake
Ice In all parts of the city. Orders left
with him will receive prompt attention,
and tho purity of the ice delivered guar
autced. - 1 2-1 m
The quantity of Pork and other Im
proper food consumed Is enormous and
produces its Inevitable results In innu
merable types of disease, especially those
of the blood, exhibited In Pimples,
Blotches, Sores, etc., allot whhh, how
ever, yield rapidly and surely to Dr.
Bull's Blood Mixtnre.
Burger's dry good's house, No. 124
Commercial avenue, is the palace store of
Egypt, and his clerks the most polite,
affable and business-like men In ttie
trade. Be sure and give Burger a oall
belore you buy elsewhere. 1-10'lm
Mr. J. W. Johnson, formerly a resi
dent and extensive miller of Carbondale,
was In Cairo yesterday. We are told
that the object of Mr. Johnson's visit to
our city was for the purpose of looking
about for a suitable location for a flour
ing mill, which he is thinking of erect
Strangers .ho visit Cairo should
never fail to call on Bureer, the mam
moth dry goods denier. The display ot
fine goods In bis establishment, 124
Commercial avenue, has never been
equaled by any house in Cairo. 1-10-lm
The Illinois Central and Iron Moun
tain railroads are making remarkably
quick time from Texas points to Chica
go ; they recently put stock In Chicago,
from Fort Worth in less than four days,
and potatoes from Houston to Chicago
in six days, distance 1090 miles, and this
is now the recognized Texas short line
For sale by Winter & Stuart, a sec
ond hand piano, a fine instrument war
ranted to be in good order. For price
and terms call on or address,
Winter & Stuart, Agts,
tf. No. Ill Commercial Avenue.
Hattie Fields, a colored woman,
complained to Judge Comings yesterday
that Mill! King, also colored, bad lacer
ated ber feelings by abusing her
unmercifully, and asked that she be ar
rested and punished. A warrant was
accordingly placed in officer Andy Cain's
bands, and Millie was arraigned for trial,
she was fined five dollars aud costs aud
sent to the city jail tor ten days. She
had no money.
Jacob Klee, corner of Washington
avenue and Twelfth street, is now pre
pared to supply the citizens ef Cairo with
pure lake ice at tbe lowest living prices.
His wagon makes daily rounds, and will
deliver lee in any part ot the city. Ice
depot at corner Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, where all order should
be left, i-2-tf
John ShoJiuk's is a bad road to
travel. On Wednesday John got drunk
and went about town raising a great
fuss, and when the police attempted to
arrest him he resisted. He was up be
fore Judge Bird yesterday ami on the
charge of drunk, disorderly and resisting
the officers of the law. was fined thirteen
dollars and costs, and sent to jail for six
teen days. He will help put the streets
in good trim for the big celebration on
Fourth of July.
-Charley Ptiflerlingiu order to satisfy
the wants ot the people of Cairo and
strangers who may visit Cairo, baa fitted
r.p in connection with his par excellent
"Our Saloon," a ladles restaurant. His
larder is at all times abundantly suDDlied
with the choicest luxuries, and tor a fine
luncb, or a cool, refreshlno- drink of anv
description. Charley Fflfferling's is the
place to get it.
The festival clven hv tha
dies of Loretto Academv. for thi hnnotlf
of the Academy, at Turner Hall on Wed-
nesuay evening, was a very pleasant and
profitable affair. The attendance was
very gcod, and the receipts fully up to the
expectation of those had the festival in
chargo. The cain which was to be irlven
the most popular younsr man. was award-
ed to Mr. Dennis Folev. collector for tim
Cairo City Coal Company. Miss Ella
comings received the Drlze offered for
the most popular young lady.
Thero will be a meeting of ladies
and gentlemen.'members ot the Conten
nial Association, on Friday the 22diust,
at 3 p.m. In the Library room, on Ohio
Levee, at which Mrs. Wardner will make
a lull report of the closing jf the Centen
nial work, and the object for which the
money on hand is to be appropriated.
All Interested, are Invited to attend
By order ol tnc President.
Mrs. Wood Rittenuouse, Scet'y.
A couple ot young men have, been
playing It very tine on the drug estab
llshment of M. J. McGauley. They have
been lu the habit of lounging about the
store, and when the head clerk was out,
one would call the attention ol tliu young
man lu charge of the storo to something
that was transpiring In the back part of
the building, while the other would go
through the money drawer. They were
detected in their game on Tuosdav. and
unless the amount they extracted from
the drawer Is replaced, will be prose
cuted to the full extent of the law, as
they certainly should be.
Owing to an Increase of business,
and a lack ot room In my place ot busi
ness on Commercial avenue between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets, 1
have oponed a branch store at No. 143
Commercial avenue, between nighth
and Nlneth streets, where I will keep
constantly on band s lull supply of ay
well-known brsiids of cigars aud tobae
cos. I invite my ft lends snd patrons,
snd the public generally to come and see
We. 1H-Iw. Hinnt Sciiiik.
Complaint was made- against a
young colored mau named Jake Judrn,
to Judge Bird yesterday morning,
charging Juden with having stolen a
silver watch aud 9fly cents from a little
boy named Albert Smith, while the lat
ter was playing in the upper eud of the
city. A warrant was issued for Judeu's
arrest, aud placed iu the hands of Con
stable Johu.Glsducy, who bad his
man up before Bird for a hearing lu a
very short time. The evidence against
tho prisoner was pretty strong, and he
sent to jail under bail.of two hundred dol
lars. This is the second petty theft
Jakehas been caught up with within
the past six mouths, and he is now
good for a term in the penitentiary.
"Where Is Blake"? This query, Mr.
Editor, I have heard propounded a num
ber of times where 1 have been "talking
up" the band concerts, and although It
does seem to be imposing on our good
naturcd trlend Blake. I too, ask the
question and hope that Byron will step
forward and say; "Here am I," and
will then "go right lu" with his tin-
dauntable energy and "goaheadatlye-
ness," "and draw" up the National Band,
the "Deltas" and the "old Silver Cornet"
boys, and let them regale the citizens as in
times of yore, wki their soul-stirring
strains. It Is true. Mr. Editor, that a
good many of the "band boys" are occu
pying positions where they are com
pelled to devote their evenings; but If
they k..ew how their music was apprecia
ted and what aftVctlonate remembrance
they are held In lor their post kind
nesses, 1 think that they would make ex
tra efforts to get together, It only once in
two weeks and play us a tew airs; ills
good practice tor them and their kind
ness I am sure will be remembered and
appreciated by the entire community
Hoping that my humble effort to start
"the log rolling" will meet with the
assistance of others,
fain Wit. Li.vo.
Our attention has been called to some
new and uselul cooking utensils recently
Invented. One of which is known as the
Centennial Cake and Baking pan; made
of Russia Iron, and so constructed that
alter your cake Is buked you can instant
ly remove It from the pan without Injur
ing It ; and having a raised bottom the
cake cannot possibly burn. It is also
provided with a slide on the bottom so
that when you remove the tube,
you can close the hole, making a pan
with plain bottom tor baking jelly or
plain cakes, bread, etc. Another the
Kitchen Gem Is also very useful and
long-needed household necessity. It is
a plated wire boiler or steamer to hang
Inside of an ordinary iroii pot, for boil
ing or steaming vegetables, which, when
done, cau be easily removed perfectly
dry without lilting the heavy, sooty
Iron pot off of the s'ovc, avoiding the
danger ot burning the hands with the
steam in pouring off the hot water. And
the vegetables can not possibly burn, if
the water boils dry, as the steamer does
not touch the bottom ol the pot. These
goods are sold exclusively through
agents to families, giving universal satis
faction, and presents a splendid opening
for some reliable lady or gentleman can
vasser of this county to secure the
agency for a profitable business. For
terms, territory, etc., write to L. E.
Brown A Co., Nos. 214 and 216 Elm
street, Cincinnati, Ohio.'
A Medicine ol .tlnnv I'sea.
A medicine which remedies dyspepsia,
liver complaint, constipation, debility,
Intermittent and remittent fevers, urin
ary and uterine troubles, depurates the
blood, counteracts a tendeucy to rheu
matism and gout, aud relieves nervous
ness, may be truly said to have many
uses. Such an article is Hostetter's
Bitters, one of the most reliable altera
tives of a disorderly to a well ordered
sttte of the system ever prepared or
sold, it has been over a quarter ot a
century before he public, is endorsed by
many eminent professors of the heal
ing art, and its merits have received re
peated recognitions in the columns of
leading American and foreign journals.
It is highly esteemed In every part of
ttds country, and is extensively used in
Sonth America, Mexico, tho British pos
sessions and the West Indies. If its In
crease in public favor In the past Is to be
regarded as a reliable criterion of its
gain In popularity in coming years, it
nas mueeu a spietuiiu ititure tx-loio it.
A lew Tbina-a that wo lino n .
We know that a disordered stomach or
liver produces more suffering than any oth
er cause. We know that very few physi
cians are successful In these dl-torders.
We know that DaCoita's radical cure will
without the shadow ol a doubt, almost BU
mediately relieve and permanently cure all
of the distressing symptoms. We know of
thousands who are willing to testily that
what we sny is true to the letter. We
know that il you will give it a fair trial,
you wilt let us add your name to the
"cloud of witnesses." Will you give it a
trial, and do it now? Trial size only
cents, Sold by Harclay Bros.
Prof. Paiker's Pleasant Worm Syrup Is
perfect'y safe aud extremely palatable.
No physic required. Costs 2i flcut.i. Try
Itelrigerators, tne very best, at A.
Hulley's, 115 Commercial avsnue. Also,
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table sud
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' im
plements, plows, corn planters and shelt
ers, stilkey rakes, and a general stock ot
stoves, tin and hardware, flower stands,
both wire and wood, flower trailers, dif
ferent styles, hanging baskets ot all
kinds; the largest variety ot bird cages
In the city and will be sold very low at
A. Hulley's, 115 Commercial avenuo.
- Wood I Wood 1 1 Wood I 1 1
The Cairo Box and Basket company
will deliver wood In any part of tbe olty
at $1.12 a load ; also kindling at 0 cents
abuudle. Orders may be left with W.
H. Mortis, secretary, at bis oflice In tbe
City National bank building , 27-25
. tlsbt Pounds.
W hite coffee sugar. Ilgbt pounds lor
$1 00, at New York Store. at.
I or Rent.
The "Sandusky cottage" ou"Thir-
teentu street, adjoining the public
school premises. (;) M.J. I low lb v.
A bouse on Division street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to W. R. Smith.
Best canvassed sugar cured hams,
warrented, lorlJJc per pound, at New
York Store. 5t.
Ksenrslou to Mt.I.oitla to Hieud tho
toortn vl Jaiy.
Trala will leave Narrow Gauge depot,
Tuesday evening July 3rd. at C p. m.
Ample accommodations tor all who may
wish to go, irrespective of color. Tick'
ets good for tour days. Fare round trip
$4.00. Tickets tor sale at the office, and
by J. J. Bird.
niaeaae la an Aataaroniat
That should be attacked tho instant he
shows hlmieU. Don't wait. At him
be'orc his nails are grown, and wipe him
out. 1 he great alterative and Invlgor-
nnt of the age, Hostetter'a Stomach Bit
ters, will spuedlly Inline such healthful
tone Into your organism that it will be
enabled to succesilully resl futnre at
tacKS. tne outers prevent
and remedy chills and (ever
and Mlllous remittents, and eradi
cate dbpepsio, constipation, liver com
print rheumatic ailments, urinary and
uterine difficulties. It is particularly be
neficial .when the system has been
drained of its vitality or Is inherently
deficient In strength. The nerves gather
from It both vigor and tranquility. But
while It imparts strength and gives a
wholesome stimulus to the Rnimal econ
omy, it does not unduly excite it like the
cheap cxhllarants sometimes resorted to
under the erroneous Impression that
they can Invigorate.
Caiiio, Illinois, Tiii rspat Kvriinu, I
.1 tine 11, 17T . j
The weather Is still very warm, and
but very little rain has fallen for the list
ten days. This is all the better, however,
as farmers are In the midst of harvest and
with good weather they will bo able to
get their grain put away in good shape,
1 he new wheat is turnlrg outcxcellently
well, botli as to quality and quantity.
The flour market remains In about the
same condition as at the date ot our last
report. Thero is a light order demand,
but beyond this transactions are dull.
There is no shipping demand. Prices
have undergone 110 change, though there
Is a weaker feeling among dealers, and
buyers are asking lower rates. The
stocks on the market arc light, though
ample lu the present condition
of business. The market lor Hay is un
changed. Receipts aro about equal to
tho wants ot trade. Tim demand is light
and entirely for good mixed to choice
timothy, Prices aro steady at quota
tions, there is a light demand for
white corn at prices quoted below. Re
ceipts are light and there is very little on
the market. Prices, while they have
not advanced, are firmer. There is very
little doing iu oats. Receipts are light,
though as tho demand is light
they are sullicicnt tor the wants ot trade.
Prices are unchanged. There is a fair
demand for meal, and prices aro .V$10c
higher. The supply on the market is
about equal to the demand. There is
only a small Inquiry for bran and prices
aro a sh.i lo lower. Wu note sales as
low as $18. There are but few potatoi s
on tho market. Thev were selling to
day at prices ranging from 80e to $1 25
per bushel, according to quality. Old
potatoes are scarce and about out of sea"
The tobacco m irketis active. Tina sale
to-day at tbe Farmers' warehouse was
an exceptionally good one. There was !
a very large board of buyers present and
tho prices obtained were, as will be u en
by comparison with those ol former sales,
a little above the average. One hundred
and seven hogsheads were sold, so.ne ol
them ol fine quality. Quotation will be
Poultry is 111 ifood supp,y, and re
ceipts fair. Prices aro lower
and weak, as will lu sun
by quotations below. The stock ot com
mon and low grade butter on thu mark
et is large and it is difficult to wor' off.
Several thousand pounds of Interior sold
in lots at prices ranging from 7 to 0 cis.
Strictly choice is in light supply and tuft
demand at lfil cts. Receipts of eggs
are light and scarcely equal to the de
mand. Prices are steady ut quotations,
The season for strawberries Is about ov
er, and receipts are very light. A
tew crates sold at $22.S0. Rasp
berries are coming lu more plentifully
and prices are lower. A lew crates sold
to-day at $1 502. Cherries are be
coming plenty, nnd are selling at $1 50
2 per crate.
The rivers aro declining. Rates by
river to New Orleans are unchanged.
AsrF"Oiir friends should bear in mind
that tho prices hero given are only tor
sales from first bauds In round lots. In
filling orders and lor broken lots it Is
necessary to chargo an advance over
Thero Is only a light order demand.
Stocks are light though ample for the
wants of trade. Prices are weak at quo
tations. Sales noted were 50 bhls Choice
Family, $3 23 ; 100 bhls various grades
$d-S 75 ; 50 bbls medium, $8 ; 300 bhls
various grades, $7 259.
Receipts are about equal to the de
mand. Tin re Is a fair Inquiry for choice
timothy to good mixed at prices quoted.
Sales noted were 2 cars choice timothy,
$12 50; 1 car choice timothy, $13; 1 car
good timothy, $12; 1 car choice timothy,
$13; I car prime timothy, $12,
There is a fair demand for white at pri
ces quoted, which is firmer. Rewlpta
are light. , We note sales of 1 ears bite
lu bulk, oo I. C. track, si cts fl car
while in bulk, ou C. Si Y- tract 48 cts;""
1 tar mixed ltj bulk, 47 cts ; 350 "aax-ks
mixed, 61 cts -y 450 sacks white, 61 cts.
There Is very little dolus In oats.
There are but few on the market, but as
tho demand is light tbe supply la sufficient-
Prices are unchanged. Sales noted
were: 3 cars Northern In bulk, 39c; 140
sacks white, 44c. . , , -
There Is a fair demand for meal at fittd
10c higher. The supply Is about equal
to tbe demand. Sales' reoorted were
375 bbls. city 2 75; 30Cbbls. city $2 90
3 75. - - I
Light supply and .mall domain!.
Prices are lower, sales noted were 20 '
Sicks. $20; 100 sack., $18; 50 sacks, $19 i
5, 100 sacks $1 60.
The sales at th Farmers' warehouse
to-day contLted of one hundred and
seven hogsheads. Tho attendance, nf
buyers was large and the bidding was
prompt snd spirited. The prices are a
little above the average of former sales.
We quote the sale of 107 hhds. h al and
lugs: $1140, il 60, 1100, 10 65.10 35,
9 10.9 00,910,900.9 00,9 95,9 90. 9 00,
9 50,9 50.9 3), 9 10,100.9 00, 9 00. 8 8T-,
895,7 55,7 00,7 10,8 00.7 15.860. 7 35.
60, 8 00, 7 25, 7 20. 7 60, 8 50, 7 00. 7 75,
7 20, 7 00, 7 40. 7 00..8 70. 8 70, 7 00. 7 75.
7 60. 7 25. 7 25. 7 30, 8 65, 8 95. 7 00, 8 30,
7 00. 7 00, 7 75, 8 50 7 00. 7 15, 8 80, 8 00.
8 00, 7 40. 6 00. 6 70, 6 95, 6 00. 6 50. 6 20,
505.6 93,6 00.6 30,6 70.8 10.8 00, 6 50,
6 95. 3 50. 3 73, 3 25, 3 03, 2 05. 3 55. 4 75,
3 55, 3 15, 3 05, 3 85, 3 30, 3 65 3 75, 4 00.
3 70,3 30, 4 00, 3 25, 3 35, 3 20, 3 55, a 85.
3 50,3 25,3 50,3 30,3 50.
Receipts of potatoes ire light, and the
supply on the market is small. Prices
are lower. Sales were made to day at
prices ranging all the way from 80 cts. to
$1.25, according lo quality. Old potatoes
are about out of season, and there are
none on the market.
Receipts of poultry are good, and
good supply on tbe market. Prices are
a shade lower. Demand small. Sales
noted were I coop old hems, $2 75 ; 3
coops mixed chickens, $22 25 ; 2 coops
spring chickens, $1 50(5,2 ; I coop spring
chickens, large, $2 25.
Common and low grade butter is In
over-stock, and cau't be disposed of
Choice is in light supply and fair demand.
Sales noted were 400 lbs. Southern Illi
nois, 1214 cts.; 2 packages choice,
18 cts. ; 1,200 lbs. Inferior, 8 cts. ; 100 lbs.
Southern Illinois. 12J cts. ; 20 buckets in
ferior, 7 cts.
Receipts ot eggs aro about equal to
the demand. We note sales as follows:
250, dozen 10c; 600, dozen 10c; 3 cases,
10J; 4 boxes, shippers count, 10c; S00
The season tor strawberries is abou
over, aud raspberries are taking their
place. A few crates strawberries sold at
$22 50. Itaspberriesare plenty and sell
ing at $1 50(5)2. Cherries are worth
about the same as raspberries.
IV c quoto Paradise and Ml. Carbon On
track, lump, $3; nub, $2, delivered cam
load per ton, lump, $3 50 ; nut, $2 75n
road red per single ton, lump, $4;nte
delive; Rauni or Hurrisburg coal to
$3 23 per load, lump, $27; nut, $16;day
track per ton, 3 50; Pittsburg per car
on track $3 50 peri t
There is a light business being did
about the wharf.
The Jim Fisk will lay up tor repairs
before many days.
The weather ye-terday was cool and
pleasant, considering the season.
Captain Ray, who used to command
the old General Anderson, is In. the city.
The Juu Fisk will leave at five
o'clock, ehitrp. this eV- ning. lor Palucah.
liie Coil Hill was d if lost evening.
She has 4'K) ions ! c-it O i ties for ihe
Captain I'm: f-rin rlv ol the Mary E.
Pin , Is again on I lie i ;Vt-r. Hi; Is clerk
ol the A. J. Baker.
The Henry C. Yacger has seventy
tlye landings to make between Memphis
Sid. Humphreys, formerly of the
Iillewlld, made the round trip on the
Fisk yesterday. He is In poor health.
The Golden Rule, Captain O. P.
Shlnkle, passed down yesterday. Ste
had a big trip and made good additions
The Henry C. Yeagcr left for New
Orleans during Wednesday night. She
had ablg trip, having 15.00 tons on
arrival, and added largely hero.
The Grand Tower come In on time
yesterday. She had an excellent trip,
and added 150 tons here. She departed
for Memphis and kburg.
The A. J. Baker came In From St.
L)uls with three barges of flour, hay,
oats, coru aud other freight, She 111
leave tho barges here to be taken to
Naw Orleans, aitl go (o Paducah to get
u now hull,.
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oilliie on KighUi street, between Waauiagtoo.
and Commercial avenata, Lalro, .Ha,
DRS. THOMPSON & UcCRA
No. 04 Ohio tevee. CAIRO, ILLS.
Q. HA&RISOK LSACH.tf O
Ecpeclal attention glvea to Uonoopothle
treatment of surgkaidlwaaes, sit saronlc
diseases aad diseases ol wosaaa aad thill
area. Office on Commtrelal avonue near
MaU street. ' CAUtO.llX,