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.UlRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
ftate.-Aay bullae Arm M have three lln
mum, In UU column under appro aria te oeadlof
the rata ol ai.eo pei month ot au pee year
nayable quarterly In advance. .
MiHlHii Tl Wa.
A. HALLEY-reeleTlSloye,Tinlia Hard
wan, Uairtea ami Farmer' Implement, Wir
joort. HefrlKeratora, fompa and Ladder,
lift Coneierclal Avenue. Outering. and Job
Work dontsB (Uort notice.
J. S.MoQAHKT DealeTlnbardand softlaaa
lier, Boorlni, cellloil, alillns anil (utfaoed
lumber, lath and atilnglea. Office and yard
turner T weutletb atraet and Washington aveane-
LANCASTER WCB-Dealer in auh.
aooia, blind, eta., bard and aoft lumber and
fclngle. Yard ana office, Commm lal avenue,
orner 17tb (treel.
D. HAttTMAK Dealer In Queen ware, Toy,
I .amp and all kind otfancv article. Conuuer
vol avenue, corner Stb ttreet,
WILLIAM WINTER-Slith itreet between
Toismerclal avenue and Waahlagton avenue.
Clotliiue; and Mercnaaf rallarinar.
JOIIN ASTKtM-MerfthantTalloTand dealer
In Heady Made Clothing. 7IObloLevea.
Steal Katat f eoelea.
M. J. HOWLKY-Beal KUU Agent Buy
and ulla real eeute, collect rente, pay taie
lor non-tctdenU etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenlb UeU.
H INKLE A TII1STLKWOOU
Cotton and Tobacco Factor aod pro
prietor of tlie firmer.' Tobacco Warehouse.
lit A l-fl Coiummrrcial Avenue.
General Forwarding and Comniimon
ruerchaat, lor ihe aalr tit Karm, Garden, Or-L-bard
and Dairy t'rodnot. W Ohio Levee.
EA. WHKELOCK k CO.
General Forwarding and CommUilon
uarchanta, and dealer la all kind ot Fruit and
Produce. W Ohle Levee. Con.ifrumenta.oli
ited, Butncil fUrnUbed on application.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. E.
St Louis & Chicago
The only Boad Banning Two
Daily Traina from Cairo,
Train Lav Cairo
1:20 p.m. Fart Express, arriving In Bt.
Louis UM p. m.; Chicago, TM, t.m.
IHO p.m. CINCINNATI t. LOUIS
viXLB FAST LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati 8:80, t.m.; Loula
ville, 8:4ft, a.m.; lndlanapolia, 4:16 a.m.;
Paaaengers by ibi train arrive at above
OF AJIY OTHM BOUTI.
.1:30 p. b. Fast Mail with deepen attach
ed, for 8T. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arriving In St. Loul at 0:30 a.m. Chi
cairo at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Effingham lor Cincinnati, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
f nweDger by tbl line go through to
the Eaat without any delay cauxed by
The 8ATUKDAY aVtF.RNOON TRAIN
KKOM CAIKO ARK1VKS IS NEW
YUEK MONDAY MOBNINU
38 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHER KOUTE.
Advertisement of eompetin line that
they make better time than tblt one, are
are iaaued either through Ignorance or a
desire to mlilead the public.
For through ticket and Information,
Apply at Illinois Central K. K. Depot, Cairo.
TB4J3I ABJUVI AT CalBO,
nM w....M.H.......2:00 p m.
Qen'l Southern Agt.
J. H. Jones. Ticket Agt.
itUppv rebel lu jrouiig rueu irom
h- !TMtA ,f trnirt e.ud mbuftea In
U'earlvU'e. Manbood Reetored. Im-Q
kj g1 pediment to manure removeu.
tJ 2iew method of treatment. NeW
and circular ent free In ealedg
envelope. Adder Howard A-,
aociATioH.eiD a. ninm i. i nua
delnbia. Pa. An iastltutlon hav
lfi & hirh renutatiun lor honor
able conduct and profeeiional
Tobacco and Ciff r.
MerctianU,groccri, and laloon-kerpera
should not toret that Me.srn. Cor lis &
Rankin, proprietors ol the Trairle State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estaolishment at the corner
of Slxtn street And Ohio levee In this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
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
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. ' Dealers are In
vited to call and examine their stock.
rictarca and Brack!.
E. C.Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
rhromos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture framing made a speciality
Chromoe mounted In the cheapest and
best style. lm
Mnrdcr Will Ont.
A few years ago "August Flower" was
discovered to be a certain cure for dyspep
sia and liver complaint, a few thin dyspop.
tics made known to their friends how
eaiily and quickly they had been cured by
Us use. The great merits of Green's
August Flower became heralded through
the country by one suffor to another, until,
without advertising, It sale has become
Immense. Druggists in every town in the
United States are selling 1U No person
suffering with sopr stomach, si k headache,
costiveness, palpitation of the heart, indi
gestion, low spirits, etc., can take these
doses without relief. Goto Paul i. Schuh
and get a bottle lor 75 cents and try it.
Sample bottles 10 cents.
My chock No. 410 on City National
tank, of this date, tor blank amount,
payable to Goldstlno & Rosonwatcr or
bearer. The publlo la hereby cautioned
against receiving the said check, . either
la its present condition or if written for
any amount, at payment has been stop
ped,' Ernist B. Fxttit.
Cairo, June 10th, 1877.
Tna knlgbti of thi above order meet
at their hall the flrt and third Monday
In each month. Commercial avenue, 2d door
aouth of lh aireet, atsp.ru.
Joun it. Uoluk, Q. O. M.
ASCALON LODGE, NO. 81.
Knight of Pythias, meet every Fri
day night at haU-paat seven, in Odd
F.llnwi' Hall. liOWl.
ALEXANDER LODOI, MO. 224.
Independent Orde of Odd-Fellow,
njerta every Tbnrtday night
oinuwn'iai avenue, oeiweetn oizu auv naveniD
tiveu WlLl K. llAWIUci, N. 1.
'1A1HO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F.,1WU
iu CKld-Vfllowa' llall on the Orat and third
l in ly in every month, at half-peat aaven
A. Comihob. C P
" "a" CAIRO LOUUK. MO. tit.A.T. A. kt.
.Vv "ul1 retrular eominunicatlons in Ha
yCyTaonio Hall, corner Coinmercial avenue
' aud Llghtb (treet, on tbe aaoond and
'ourth Monday of each month.
HATES) OF ADVEBial.VU.
' CfAU bill for advertiaing, are due and pay
able IX ADViKCB
Tranalent advertiilng will be interted at the
rate of f 1 00 per square for the first inatrtion
and 60 cent for each abequent one A liberal
dtaoount will be nuvle on standing and dupl
For Inaerting Funeral notice 1 oo Notice ol
meeting of societies or secret orders 60 cent for
Church, Society, Fettlval and Supper notice
will only be Inserted a advertlaemenu
He advertiaement Will be received at leaa than
to cent, and no aavertiaement will be Inserted
for leu than three dollar per month
local BriHit." mniven
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square - S CO
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 60
Special rates made on large advertise
ment or for longer time,
jjU .-i-Aiaiii - u
SAIUIJDAY, JUNE 23,1877.
Huse, Loomis 4 Co., dealers in north
ern lake Ice, have removed their office
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 ice In all parts of the citys
Those desiring the cold atutl will leave
their orders at the new office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
James Kavnacgu, Manager.
Cmo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 5-17-lm
Sl.aalble Adt lre.
Tou are asked every day through the
columns of tbe newspapers and by your
druggist to Uie something for your des
dyspepiia and liver complaint that you
know nothing about, you get discouraged
spending money with but lltttle suece.
Now to give you a satisfactory proof
Green'j August Flower will cure you of
dyapeptia and liver complaint with all its
effects, such as sour stomach, sick head
ache, habitual eoitlvenea, palpitation of
the heart, heart burn, water-braah, fullness
at tbe pit of the stomach, yel low skin,
ted tongue, indigestion, swimming of tbe
head, low spirits, &c, we ask you to go to
Paul G. Schuh's and get a sample bottle ot
Green's August Flower for 10 cents and
try it, or a regular s'ze for 75 oents. Two
doses will relieve you.
The majority of people suffer to a gieater
or tester degree from this sad affliction:
many unthinkingly cultivate It by Insnffl
tly masticating their food; others whose oc
cupation Is of a sedentary character have
forced on them, the excessive use of to
bacco, etc., til tend to develop it. The
symptoms vary, one suffering severely
after meals, another only slightly, constipa
tion or diarrahts, flatulence, variable ap
petite, etc, are only a few of its unnleas
ant consequences. Now what is required,
is attention to diet, assisted by a remedy
which aids the natural secretlens in tbe ai
mentary canal and produces again a nor
mal solvency of food. Such a valuable
remedy is tbe celebrated Uome Stomach
In the matter of Louis D. Thorns
Bankrupt. By virtue ol an order of the district
court of the United States for the south
ern dlstrlctof 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 ot the court house, In the city
ot Cairo, sell at publlo vendue to the
highest and best bidder lor cash in hand,
all the outstanding note! and accounts
due said bankrupt's estate.
Cairo, Ills., June 19,1677
5t George Fisher, Assignee.
To all who are suflerlng from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
umedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to tho Rev. Jooeph T.
Inman, Station D. Bible House, New
Ksenralost to St.Loni to Spend tbe
rourtb of July.
Train will leave Narrow Gaugo depot,
Tuesday evening July 3rd, at 0 r. it.
Ample accommodations tor all who may
wish to go, irrespective of color. Tick
ets good for tour days. Fare round trip
$100. Tickets tor sale at the ofiice, and
by J. J. Birth .
For SiaJe or Rent,
No, 04 Eighth street nearly opposite
the Methodist church parsonage, and at
present occupied by N. B. This tlo wood,
Esq. Possession July 2d. Apply to
A. Comings, Esq,
Or Thos. II. Towers, St. Catharine, Out.
Wood I Wood I i Wood 1 1 1
Tho Cairo Box and Basket company
will deliver wood In any part of the city
at $1.12 j a load t also kindling at S cents
a bundls). Orders may be left with W.
H. M.onls, secretary, at hit office In the
City National bank buUdlug 87-29
Go to the New York Store and obtain
their prices, before buying elsewhere.
Remember parties or families laying In
supplies, will be sold by; this bout
lower than any other house in the. city.
Mr. Solomon Parelra.of Cincinnati,
Is In the olty.
W anted, a girl to do general house
work. Apply at the Bulletin office.
Carpets and ollclothct, the finest ever
brought to Southern Illinois, at J. Bur
Ladles' linen suits and dusters ot all
styles at Burger's, 124 Commercial ave
nue. 1-1 0-1 rn
Dr. Arter hna returned trom the
country, and Is now attending to his
Dr. Blauw is making arrangements
to leave Cairo, lie will make his future
home In Belleville,
Farmers ore busy harvesting, and
tbe excellent yield and quality of the
new wheat makes th :m happy.
All the latest patterns In glass fruit
Jnrs and jelly glasses at Uartman's
queensware store, at lowest prices. 9-tf.
Go to Henry Schick, 1 12 Commer
cial avenue, for the best 5 or 10 cent
cigar In town. i(5-lw
The band concert by the National
band at the uptown stand last evening,
was enjoyed by a large number ol ladies
Don't tall to drop In on Henry Schick
in bis new palace ol business and exam
ine his stbek ot line Havana cigars. You
will not regret It. 13-1 w
A lull line of new and elegant straw
hats for ladies, gents and children
j'jat received by Solomon Parlera, No,
1 12 Commercial avenue. l-23-3t.
-Mr. and Mrs. A. 15. Saflbrd will
leave Cairo for the east sometime next
week. Mrs. Safford will spend tbe sum
mer months In the eastern states.
-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. 18-lw
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.
Burger is offering the haest ol gren
adines, light summer dress goods, silks
aod lawns at remarkably low prices, to
close out lor the season. 1-10-lm.
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.
For notions and lancv 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
Tbe Cairo City Bindery, A. IV. Pyalt
4k Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work of cveiy description in their line in
first-class and workmanlike manner, lm
Burger's stock ol 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. II. II. Catlike and Rev. St. James
Dillon-Lee, who spent the early part of
the week in Central la, attending a chap
ter meeting of the Southern Illinois
Episcopalians, have returned home.
Justtce of the Peace Comings, having
removed to Judge Bross' office, corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will be found In his office from
8 to 12 o'clock, a. m., daily. 1-3-tf.
Persona having magazines, periodi
cals, etc., which they desire to have bound
should take Ibem to the Cairo City Bind
ery, where they will be done at reasonable
rates and In first-class order. 1-1 m
And now It is rumored that the Hit
nols Central railroad wants to build an
incline at Mound City and that agents ot
the company are examining the banks
thereabouts to find a suitable location.
Mr. Ackerman, editor of the Pu
laski Patriot, was In Cairo yesterday.
He informs us that crops, and especially
the wheat crop, In Pulaski county, has
never been bettor than It will be this
Maurice Moran, of Charleston, Mo.,
has entered one of bis fastest horses lu
the lree-lor-all race to be trotted at St,
Mary's park on the Fourth ot July. It
Is said there will be at least live horses
trot in this raco.
F. M. Ward has gone into the ice
business, and Is now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of tho eity. Orders left
with him will receive 'prompt attention,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
antced. 1 2-lra
Patrick Ferrell Imbibed too freely in
whiskey yesterday and got drunk, and
was up before Judge Bird to answer for
his wickedness. He was fined two dol
lars and costs and got four days In the
Burger's dry good's house, No. 124
Commercial avenue, Is the palace store ot
Egypt, and his clerks the most polite,
affable and buslncss-llko men In tho
trade. Be sure and give Burger a call
bctore you buy elsewhere. 1-10' Ira
Miss Mary Fitzgerald, the young
blind girl, well known in our city,
we aro lnformod will give a concert at
the residence ot Mr. Henry Wells, cash
ier of the Alexander county bank, some
time during next week.
Hon, W. IT. Woodward, of Carbon
dale, Republican member of the Illinois
legislature trom this district, was In
Cairo yesterday, Mr. Woodward Is a
lawyer, and was in tho city on business
connected with his protesslon.
Strangers who visit Cairo should
novor fall to call on Burger, the mam
moth dry goods dealer, The display ol
flat goods In LU establishment, 124
Commercial ayenne, has sever been
equaled by any house in Cairo. 1-10-lm
r-Judge Lemma, Charles Hundley,
candidate tor county clerk of Jackson
county, and several other gentlemen, all
of Carbondale, were In Cairo yesterduy.
The party were returning to their home
trom a two day's flitting expedition to
the lake lu Kentucky .opposite Cairo.
John Jonei got drunk and spread
himself on a store box at the corner of
Commercial avenue and Seventh street,
for which he was anested by Chief of
Police Arter, and fined five dollors and
costs, and sent to jail by Judge Bird,
Assessor Ilely Is btlll enpturing Um
natives, and getting them ready for
next year's taxpaying tlnn. He is as
lassing personal property, ami finds it
an up-hill business to get many men to
put anything like a fair valuation on
For sale by Winter ,t 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, AgU,
tf. No. Ill Commercial Avenue.
The National band gave an open air
concert on the "up town stand" last
night. How much thrwe concerts ore
appreciated is manifest by the large num
ber of people wlio turn out to hear them.
The band boy s deserve well of our peo
pie, and oujfht to be treated huuddonu-ly
whenever occasion oflers.
Observer Watson is preparing to
move into his new quarters in the cus
tom bouse. A line of telegraph poles
were put un yesterday connecting his
new quarters with the Western Union
telegraph company's line on Ohio levee.
Mr. Watson expects to move about the
first of July.
The sale of tobacco at tho
Farmers' warehouse was continued
yesterday morning. There was a lulr
attendance ol buyers, and sales were as
follows: 8 25, 7 00, 3 10, 10 63, 8 30. 7 50.
5 00. 3 30. 9 00, 4 00. 4 35, C 75, 5 60, 7 (X),
5 70, 3 00, 10 10, 2 70, 3 44. Total num
ber of hogsheads sold was twenty.
The Ladies Library Association pro
pose giving a Moonlight-Fete in the
beautiful grounds ot Mr. Win. Gilbert,
on Tuesday evening, June 20th. De
licious Chicago ice cream, also cake and
lemonade. The grounds will be hand
somely lighted and decorated. Admis
sion, 10 cents. 2t
The people ol Ullin will have a
Fourth ol J uly celebration ol tlielr own,
and already preparations for the event
are being made. They will bare a pic
nic in the day time, and fireworks, etc.,
at night. The picnic will bo held some
where in the vicinity of Morris, Rood &
Jacob Klee, corner of Washington
avenue and Tweltth street, is now pre
pared to supply the citizens of Cairo with
pure lake ice at the lowest living prices.
His wagon makes daily rounds, and will
deliver Ice in any part ol the city. Ice
depot at corner Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, where all orders should
be left. 1-2-tf
Mr. B. F. Livingston, who was call
ed to Palotkl, Florida, some weeks ago
by the dangerous illness ot his daughter,
Mrs. Roberts, leturned home on Thurs
day, accompanied by that lady, She is,
we are pleased to learn, much improved
In health. Miss Emma Livingston is
still in Florida.
Charley Pfiflerliiigiu order to satisfy
the wants of the people of Cairo and
strangers who may visit Cair, h.is fitted
op in connection with his par excellent
"Our Saloon," a ladles restaurant. His
larder is at all times abundantly supplied
with the choicest luxuries, and for a fine
lunch, or a cool, refreshing drink of any
description, Charley Pfifferling's is the
place to get it.
The last issue ol the Arym-Joitrnal
states that R. S. Yocum, late circuit
clerk ot this county is living on his farm
near Grand Chain, Pulaski county. The
.4.-G. Is mistaken. Mr. Yocum has never
removed lrom Cairo. His mother and
sisters resldo on the farm near Grand
Chain, but Mr. Y'ocura has always had
his resident In this county.
Col. Shaver, who left Cairo some
six months ago and took up hi i home in
Mound City, is about to retu rn to Col. o
to live. We have heaid It intimated that
the colonel has an eye to tho county
Judgeship, and will enter the list of cand'.
dates tor that office. How true this may
be we do not know, but that Col.
Shaver intends returning to Cairo is
certain, for he has so informed us.
Judge Duff of Carbondale is in tho
cilv. Judge Duff Is a candidate for cir
cuit judge in this dlstrief, and his visit to
Cairo Is doubtless on business connected
with his candidacy. Aside trom Judge
Mulkey there is no man In the district
whom we would so soon see on the
bench as Judge Duff. At we are Inform
ed that Judge Mulkey declines to be a
candidate, we hopo to see Jiulgo Duff
elected, and believe he will be.
John Shmlink's Is a bad road to
travel. On Wednesday John got drunk
and went about town raising n great
fuss, and when the police attempted to
arrest him ho re-lsted. He was up be
foro Judge Bird yesterday and on the
charge of drunk, disorderly and resisting
tho officers of tho law, was llnod 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.
Riley Covington has taken charge
ot the barber shop on Eighth street near
Washington avenue, lormerly owned by
Daniel Lamport, but, mora recently
by Mr. Ed, Braxton. Riley is one ol the
few first-class tonsoral artists In Cairo,
and his patrons all testify to the excel
lence of his work, and his gentlemanly
treatment, ol all who bavo dealings with
him. He solicits a share of patron
It the predictions ot those who ate
generally supposed ta know v?erything
are worth anything, there will be ten
thousand people Ui Cairo n lndepmd
ance day. From every dlrectlnn tho
most encouraging word conies of delega
tions who will visit our city on that day
and take part lu the celebration; and the
Mystic Krew tl liters Itself that its ell, iris
are to be crowned with sucioss unprece
dented by any lormer demonstration
ever seen in Southern Illinois.
Owing to an Inereosa of bus'uifs.s,
and a lack ot roiii.i in my plaeo ot busi
ness on Coiniiieiciiil avenno between
Eighteenth uud Nineteenth streets, I
have opened a branch store ut No. 1 12
Commercial avenue, between r.ighth
and Nineth streets, where I will keep
constantly on hand a lull supply of my
well-known brands of cigars nnd tobac
cos. I invite my friends and patrons,
an I the public generally to come and see
mc. 10-1 w. II EXNV Schick.
Arrivals at tho Arlington House
yesterday were: A. II. Vunliassen,
Charleston; .S. A. IVnn, llinkluville, Ky.;
Tho. T. Hunt. Bloouifluld, Mo.; D. K.
Mason, Paducali; J. W. Kennedy, New
Orleans; Prof. L. Smith, Metropolis; A.
M. Casubott, Cape Girardeau; J:ts. Steel,
Sparta, 111.; Geo. Storul), Louisville;
Mrs. McConnel, St. Louis;
E. II. P.euson and wile, Ballard county,
Ky; W. S. Duvidsmi Foreman; John Du
pout, Burtilile; W. A. Burns, Belknap;
W. L. Willinuis Lincoln Green, .S. F
Daniron, Vienna; J. G. Newton, .Marion,
III; Capt. John Sinnott, Paducah; Jno.
Killingjworth, St. Louis; N. W. Rich
mond, Jackson Tenn.
Cairo, Ii.i.., June 21, ls77.
DkarSiic Wil Ling, in yesterday's
Bt'M.KTi.N wants to know where Wake Is
and why he didn't "go right lu" and
"draw up'' the National, Delta uud Silver
Cornet bands, and have them hold opin
air concerts. 1 do not think there would
beany trouble to get the diflerciit bands
to givejiheso coneerts, and they will, I
am certain do so, since they aro so
highly appreciated by tliu citizens.
There is oho thing though that has a
tendency, to prevent these concerts, and
that is the insunVrablc dust, es
pecially at the 10r.li street
stand, which under the rigorous efforts
ot the active feet of the crowd ot small;
boys that congregate on these occasions.
becomes at times thick enough to be ill"
most cut with a knile, and unbearable.
If this could bo prevented and the boys
be furnished with a cool drink ot wati r,
(they are all temperate) 1 think theie
would be no difficulty in having regular
concerts, as in years gone by.
Yours, A Mlmiikk op a Band.
Archie Robinson, a bad negro
well known to the police ond many
others In this city, was up before Ju.lge
Bird yesterday charged with having
stolen a pair of shoes trom a shoe-maker
on the levee named Scifido, Archie took
the shoes while Seifkle was at his dinner,
and upon trying them on, lound them
too small tor him to wear with comfort.
He took them to Scott's saloon, and
turned them over to Uankens, tho bar
tender, with instructions for Rankcu to
sell them, which he did, to the identical
man for whom tho shoes were made.
Upon being informed of the transaction,
Seifkie had a warrant issued tor Archie
and placed it in. the hands of (.Hiker
Andy Cain, who alter considerable
hunting and a big run, succeeded in
catching his man iu John O'Doiiiiel's
barn ou Eighteenth street. Archie was
held to bail In the sum of three Hundred
dollars, to answer the charge preferred
against him at the next term of thu cir
cuit court. Tins is the second ollense ot
the kind Archie lu.i commiUutl uLiiin a
few mouth?, and his chances for going
to the penitention are very good.
Who will be the next county com
missioner to succeed Mr. Thomas Wil
son, whoso term ot office expires this
fill, Is an important question. Mr. 'Vil
son It is said will not be a candidate tor
re-election. We regret to hear this.
Mr. Wilson has been u fdthful officer and
has done much good as a member of the
board. In justice to the city the mem
ber to bo elected this fall should bo a
Cairo man. The country has two mem
bers, and will no doubt accord the third
member to the city. Wc have heard the
names of several gentlemen mentioned
In connection with the commissioner
ship, but of them all we do not believe
tbero is one who would till the
bill. In l lie present condition ot
the county no man who is not inter
ested in an economical administration
of the llnaiiees of the countv, nod who
will not give proper attention to Um dis
charge ot tiie duties ot the olllee should
be elected. The olllee ol county com
missioner is an important one, and wc
hope the people of the county will see to
it that tho nitiu to be elected this lull w ill
be such a niaii as will give to the posi
Hon all the time and attention required.
Tho man who is not willing lo do this is
not thu man for the olllee.
IHHeimc I nn Autti;oiiit
That should be attacked the Instant he
shows hlinselt. Don't wait. At him
be.'ore his nails are grown, ami wipe him
out. The great alterative and invigor
iint of the age, Hostetter's .Stomach Bit
ters,' will speedily inline siu'h healthful
tone into your organism that it will be
enabled to successfully resist future, at
tacks. The bitten prevent
and remedy chills nnd fever
and bullous remittents, and eradi
cate dispepsiu, constipation, liver com
plaint rheumatic ailments, urinary nnd
uterine difficulties. It Is particularly be
nellcial 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
whilo It Imparts streneth and gives a
wholesome stimulus to the animal econ
omy, It does not unduly excite it like the
cheap cxhilnrants sometimes resorted to
under the erroneous impression that
they can Invigorate. '
Hoom to Let,
Suitable for n bed room furnished or un
furnished, For particulars inquire on
th premises ot Mrs, M. B, Hahrell, tf
Dr. C. II. Thompson, Ihe proprietor,
possesses a medicine known an Dr.
'i'hoinpiou's Homeopathic Ague cure,
for tlut much dreaded disease, with ev
eiyvurietv of bilious ft-ver, and bilious
ness of every kind and degree, ol what
ever nature with all 1U concomitant and
which ho has improvised and made In
his practice for about twenty years, for
which he can give the best of testlmoni.
als, and knows nbsilutely whereof he
affirms with regard to it. Ho lias not
only cured ague with it, but Intermittent,
bilious, typhoid, pneumonia, erysipelas,
rheumatism, Jaundice, with utter nros-
tratlon trom any of their causes, while
these induce the most common diseases
incident to this climate; it has iirnmntlv
cured colic, cholera morbus. A feyer
sore upon a man's leg of four year's
standing which has Dallied the skill ol
several physicians during that time,
whs cured with a single bottle. Sore
face and barber's Itch, wilh many other
kindred diseases showing that It discov
ers its efficacy In restoring the blond
that bos been rendered Impure by medi
cal treatment many times, whilo It re
stores the blood-making process, from
an abnoiinal to a normal standard, all of
which he will be mure explicit about, In
his future advertisements, which he in-
tends to make clear to the mind of ev
ery one desiring such information.
Will be used lor the present only In the
practice of Drs. Thompson &, McCrea,
offi 'e 01 Ohio levee.
C. II. Thompson, M. D.
Cairo, III., June 22, 1877.
A lew rill huh Hint we Know.
We know that a disordered stomach or
liter produces more suffering than any oth
er esms.0. Wo know that very lew pliyl
cluns are successful lu theso disorders.
We know that DaCota's radical cure will
without the shadow ol a doubt, almost BU
mediately relievo and permanently euro all
of the dii-tresstng symptom. We know of
thausaii'ts wbo are willing to testify that
what wo siy is true to the letter. n
knoivthatll you will give it a luir trial,
you will let us add your mime to the
"cloud of w Unease.'' Will you (jive it' a
trial, and do it now? Trial size only 25
rents. Sold by Karclny Bros.
Prof. Paiker's Pleasant Worm .Syrup Is
perfect'y safe aud extremely palatable.
o puysic required, costs u cents, iry
Tho following Is a' lit ot tho letter's
remaining uncalled toi in the postoffice
at Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Sat
urday June 23d, ls77.
Gkxts. Bartlett, E L; Cannere, John;
Campbell, John W; Downs, Win; Day,
T V ; Dorey, John W; Dugger, Joseph;
Dasey, John W; Kites, R II; Fry, A.
Gray, Robert or Samuel; Garner.
George; llucfner, E T; Holmes;
Hardy, Dr; Lynch, Jcfl; Laeey, Ben. B;
Mortn, John; Mncheca, John; Martial,
Simon; .Phelps, C L; Peters, Jerry; Hod
man, AS; Rogers, Alfred; Rogerson,
Mat; Taylor, George; Tcinplcton, Geo;
Tarrcnce, J. W; Wetzell, Gustavo;
Myntt.Aoy; Washington, Mark'; Whit
Brown, Eli. i: Cantibcrry, Mary; Chil
dcrs, Elizabeth; Coksey, M iry; Caho,
Muttie; Copeland, Amelia; Dalton,
Maggie; Diekerson Martha; Ila
ly, Mary E; Huston Anna;
Hopkins, Sarah ; Hay, Fannie ; Jones,
Elizi B; Jones, Maggie; Major, Mary ;
Roberson, Amanda; Ramsey, Delia;
Rhodes, R Leo ; Rutleg, Josie ; Scott, R
S; Tollar, Eiuma; Washington, Emma ;
Persons calling: for any of the ahove
le tcrs, will please say ' Advertised."
Gi:o. W. McKeaio, P. M.
.1 Medicine ol tinny V.
A inetlleine which remedies dyspepsia,
liver complaint, constipation, debility,
Intermittent and remittent fevers, urin
ary and uterine troubles, depurates the
blood, counteracts a tendency to rheu
matism and gout, uud relieves nervoug
ness, may bo truly snhl to have many
uses. Such an article is Hostetter's
Bitters, one of the most reliable altera
tives of n disorderly to a well ordered
statu of the system ever prepared or
sold, it has been over a quarter of a
century before he public, Is endorsed by
many eminent protcssors ot the heal
ing art, and Its merits have received re
peated recognitions in the columns of
leading American and foreign joumuls.
It is highly esteemed in every part of
this country, and is extensively used in
South America, Mexico, the British pos
sessions and tho West indies. If Its in
crease In public favor In tho pas6 is to be
regarded as a reliable criterion of Its
gain in popularity in coming years, it
li.ld indeed a splendid luliire oelorc It.
Public notice l hereby given that wo
will in pursuance of law, sell on the I2ih
day of July A. D. 1ST7, at tho St. Charles
hotel, Cairo, III., at public auction, the
following described baggage remaining
in our custody to pay the charges duo
thereon, to-wit: One trunk and contents
the properly ol W. R. Edwards of New
York; one trunk and contents the prop
erty of J. D. Ross, of St. Louis; one
valise and contents the piopeity of Miss
C. Ilauslin, Chicago.
E. R. Eunkw & Co.,
1-23 lot. Proprietors, Cairo, III.
XT.VV AIlYKIU ISKTlF.Sl'S.
W. C.J0CELYN,D,D. C. ,
riflli'O on ICiarhUi Mreet, brtwuen Washington
and CWmcrchif avenaes, Cairo, ills.
DRS. THOMPSON & McCREA, .
Homeccpthic Physicians, .
No. 01 Ohio Levee. CAIRO, ILLS'.
Q. HARRISON LEACLIH D
Kcpecial attention given to Homeopathic
treatment ol Kurgkuldliieases, aHeUi-onin
diseases and diseases ot woniea and chill
dren. OUlce on Commercial avenue neat
MntQ street. CAUtO.ILL.
The weather yesterday continued
clear, wfth a stiff breeze throughout Tth
day. ' ' - V l;T
The Rover arrived yesterday morn.
Ing. She discharged 23 tons of cotton
tics for re-shipment, and about 10 tons of
The C. W. . Aadeison..froui Nash.
Tllle, arrived early yesterdiy taornlng.
She had very little freight and went
back with less than she came.
-The A. J. Baker arrived yesterday
morning. Sho went on South with her
tow, to meet tho Warner, which Dast
with the Baker's tow. while ih intm
will turn back tor Paducah, where she
will get a new hull.
-The Belle Memphis Is due from 8
Louis for MeninhU and Vicksburg to
dny. There is considerable freight
awaiting her arrival.
The ldlcwild is due from Evansvllle
this afternoon. She goes bock at four
o'clock. , ;
-The Cons Miliar is the Cincinnati
and Memphis packet due down to day.
1 he Bee and barges came in on good
time yesterday. They will fill out here
for New Orleans and will leave for tbat
port to-day. .
The Jim Flsk had only a fair trip
from Paducah, nnd got but little here to
take buck with her. She. will be here
again to-day, to leave at five o'clock,
prompt, for Paducah.
The Golden Ciry, from Cinolpnatl
lor JNew Orleans, will De here to-day.
The Vint Shiiikle will pass up from
Memphis for Cincinnati sometime to-day,
The tine and licet City ol Helena is
due lrom Memphis for St. Louis to-day.
Kate your Money, '
Four pounds best English soda for
25c. Four pounds best refined pearl
starch for 25c. at New ork Store. 5t.
GRAND GALA DAY
Under tho Auspicps of the
it Km ,3ii
Of Cairo, IUinois,
At ST. MARY'S PARK,
Pacing: Races, '
o w ey Eaces, Pat Men's
Ricos, Gi.-oasedPig, Qroasoa
The citizens of Cairo havo contributed
liberally towards tho
E ver seen in the State out side of Chi
cujio, Fine exhibition and garden pieces
will besot oil. The fireworks have been
purchased direct lrom New ' York
through the medium ol Mr. Dan Mart
in m. Prof, J. T, Thomas wilt superin
tend the display. '
Tire day's entertainment will commence
al 10 a.m. with ihe reading ut the
mmm or mmm
B YA YOUNG LADY,
To be followed by '
Gov. John King of Paducah,
Hon. William Hartzell, M.C.
Col- Ed. Crossland, of Mayfield.
Hon. D. T. Linegar, of Cairo.
And oiheremlueiit orators who have been
invited to attend.
Alter which a Trotting Race and a
Ruuiug race open to all. Best two In
ttiree lor purse premium. Entry fee of
$2 will be charged. For further par
ticulars address Messrs. P. Flizgerald or
Phil Howard committee on races.
Suitable premiums will be awarded to
the successful contestant In climbing the
greased pole, sack racing, cathcliing
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 8 p. in.
At 8 p. m. the grand fire works dis
ply will tuke nac.
In the evening the dancing will be re
sinned and continue till the "wee sma'
A rraniYnnrinnta liaVTA Hon maila mttk
rnilriaJsVc Uie toiiowlujj rate: Illinois
Criitrul, Mimissippl (Antral, St. Louis,
latn Mniinhiili unit bsu.llth.npt. (PIpi. ami
it trii vee'" av wwwa.iij viaitu fasiu
st. Louis, Mobile and Ohio it one and
a tilth ruto tor: round trip-. Cairo and
Vincennes at' greatly reduced rates,
which will be duly advertised.
Arrangements tor excursions lrom
various points on the river will bo made
of which due notice will bo given.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGMENT3
JOnN D. HOLMES, Chairman.
T.M. LOVKT'f , Secretary.
CHA8. A. HAUP, ED. DEZONIA.
CIIAS. DELAY", CASEY SllTES.
W. H. MABEAN.M. D.
r, Dr, nrlghamUSneneaaor.)
. Office 136 Commeroial Ave.
8-Wm ; ; , , . Cairo, toUatls,
Ppcetal attention riven t Sh treat mea t
Chronio IM.eaae and dlaeaa peculiar ta
I. H. Muurar, D. T. tdimua, J, If. Lamm
MULKEY, LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFflCK: Commercial Are, at ef.to ej
Uneirai AUnwlea S-aSf
Sua pie oopv . ' "