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jdRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
.- Aay baiiMllrm ea bav tsiMllM
H. lath I eoluras uadoi spproprUj; baling
uh rat of SI. to per wont or .3peryai
payable qtwrterly In ad van e.
Hardware, dsovos natal Tim Wars.
A. HAU.KY-PlTl8toy,Tlnana Hard
wr, Ueirtnod rarrwr.' Inplasmu.WM
Jowl, IWrlgmrt". 'nP u5a7
116 Commercial A wo. Uoitering, and Job
Work done on thortnuUcs. .
J. S-MelAHBT-DfalcrlBbird and toftlnm-.
br, flooring, coiling, Win sad surfaced
lumbar, lath tad ahlngles. Offloa and yard
Mrucr Twentieth ttraet and Waabiogton avenue
LANCASTER A RICB-Dea1ert In aih.
loom, bliode, tin., hard aad loft lumber and
klngiee. Yard aad onto, Coainaerclal averms,
orner 17th itract.
D. HARTM AX Dealer In Queentware, Toye,
Ub tad all alnd. of toncy erUcl-i. Coiwuer
2el svanus, curu.r tlb alrael..
WILLI AM WLNTRM-Slzlh etrwt between
Torauiercla) avenue aud Waahlagloa .venu.
fjlotbinc and Morcuanl rallarla;.
JOHN ANTRIM -Merchant Tailor and dimler
In Ready Made Clothing. 7 Ohio Levee.
steal Kstate AKcnrlra.
M. J. HOWLBY-Heal Ktte Agent Buya
and aella real aaiaia, collect rent, paya tain
(or non-reldent etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Math and Tenth atrecU.
mvitt.Ki rniBTi.it woo r
II Cotton and Tobacco If acton and pro-
f rieton of the rumen' Tobacco n arenoiue,
'lb at 17 Commnirrclal Avenue.
C ASTIR Y08T
Uraeral forwarding and Commiuion
merchant, for the aale of r arm, barden, Or
chard aad Dairy Hroduoe. m Ohio Levee.
EA. WHEELOCK CO.
Ueueral Forwarding and Commiuion
merchants, and dealer la all kind of Fruit and
Produce. 04 ohie Levee, t'on.ignmeate .ollo
itad, BienclU furaiibed on application.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E. B.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Boad Bunning Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Trains Laare Cairo
1:20 p.m. Faat Express, arriving in 8L
Louis M p. m.; tbloago, 7:30, a.m.
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI to LOUIS-
VXAaJjJS rasi AaAJaai
AiTivlBgl n Cincinnati 8:30, am.: Louis-
Yllle, e:Xl, a.m.: inaiaiiapwii, a.m .uj.,
Fsatengers by this train arrive at above
or irr othzx xovri.
mfl n. an. Fait Mail with tleepert attach
ed, for ST. LOUIS and CU1CAUO,
arriving. In 8L Louis at 0:30 a.m. Chi
cage at 4.30 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Effingham lur Cincinnati, XouUviIle
FAST TIME EAST
fbttsBgers by tbia line go through to
nrilhmit an rit-laV caused DV
UiV la J 4 i
rbe SATURDAY ArTERXOON THALN
VuBK SIONDAY MOHSIJiQ
AT W 5.
HOURS IN ADVANCE
rD aVV ATIIF.R HIIUTE.
AdvertiaenieDW of competlnr Ilnet that
toej EQ ae oeiirr 'uiw .."- , -
are laaued either through ignorance or a
dealre to tntilead the public,
r'or through ticket! and information,
pply at Jllmo i Central b. B. Lpot, Cairo.
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Oen'l Southern 'Agt.
J. H. J059. Ticket Agt.
Tu3TJ)niTtoouug iuu iroin
toe eaVcta nf error and abuee. In
loarlTlii. MankoodRcatomi. 1m-
!pedlmenu to marriage remove...
aad remarkable renwdie. Bok'.v
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Unvclope. Adder How an Vf-.JE)
ana circular 9u im ,
oclaTluM. li n. siom i un
rielphla. Pa An ioitltullon lur
ing a high reputation lor honor
able eouduct awl profettional
Takaeeo aad Ciger.
Merehanta.frocem, and aaloon-keepers
hould not iorget that Mesgra. Corlia &
Rankin, proprietors ol the Prairie 3tat
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estaoilsnment at the corner
of Sixtn street and Olilo levse in this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
retail busincas In the tobacco and cigar
They have on hand the largest
most complete stock ot
obacco and clgarf 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.
Piesarea aad Brackets.
E.C.Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. Be has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
chromos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture iramlng made a speciality
Chromos mounted in the cheapest and
best style. ln
Harder Will Ont.
Afswyearsago"Augut Flower" was
discovered to b a certain cure for dyspep
sia and liver complaint, a few thin dyspep
tics mads known to their friends how
easily and quickly they had been cured by
it use. The great merits of Green's
August Flower became heralded through
the country by one suffer to another, unt 1,
wlti out advertising, its sale hat become
Immense. Druggists in every town in the
United States tie dolling It. No person
suffering with tourttomacb.sbk headache,
costiveness, palpltatioa cf the heart, indi
gestion, low spirits, etc., can take these
doses without relief. Go to Paul U. ekhuh
and get a bottle for 7ft cent and try It
Sample bottles 10 vents.
My chock No. 410 on City National
bauk, ot (bit date, tor blank amount,
payable to Goldstlne A Rosonwater or
bearer. The publlo ii hereby cautioned
against receiving the aaid check, eltbei
la It present condition or If written for
anv amount, as payment has been stop
ped, " IBMMT D. PETTtT.
Cairo, June 10th, 1S77. , .,
SUNDAY. JUNK 24 1S77.
W anted, a girl to do general house
work. Apply at the BalleUn office.
Carpets and ollclothes, the Boeit ever
brought to Southern Illinois, at J. Bur
Ladles linen suits and dusters of all
styles at Burger's, 124 Commercial ave
nue. . . 1-1 0-1 m
Mr.J.T. Rennle, left Cairo yester
day for a trip up the Ohio river, aa far as
There will be the usual services at
the Pitsbyterlan church, to-day, morn
ing and evening.
More trouble ulitad. Sam Foster Is
in town. Where is Cuptuln Hamilton and
Captain Jim Morris.
All the latest patterns In glaxs fruit
jars and Jelly glasses at llartraau's
qtteensware store, at lowest prices. 9-tf.
Chi.'f Arter locked up a drunken
man yesterday to cool off. lie picked
him up on Sixth street.
The Rey. Dr. Norton, pastor ot the
Presbyterian church of Alton, Illinois, it
In the city, the euest oi the Kev. Mr.
-A full line of new and elegant straw J
".. BAfll,.. ..nrj anil ). list Ciin
huts for ladles, gents and children
Just received by Solomon Parlera, No.
142 Commercial avenue. l-23-3t.
The ladles of the Methodist church
will hold a lawn sociable at '.he residence
of Cspt. G. D. Williamson on Thursday
evening, July 12tb.
Judge Duff, who has been in Cairo
since Friday, has made many acquaint
ances and friends. Judge Duff Is the
coming circuit J udgs.
The dust is getting "simply im
mense." How happy we would bo
hereabouts II we were wealthy enough
to to hire street sprinklers.
The Rev. Mr. JJlllion-Lee will conduct
the services at the Episcopal Church to
day. Hours of service, 11 a. m. and 7:15
p. in. Sunday school, 9:30 a m.
JuJge Coming's police court was
calm as a mid summer day yesterday,
Not even a plain drunk disturbed the
serene tranquility oi that institution.
Mr. E. R. Egnew, of the St. Charles
botel, proposes selling at auction a lot of
baggage, "put up" by delinquent board
ers. See tils notice in another column.
Soloman Parelra, at the old stand,
114 Commercial avenue, Is now offering
his choice stock of dry goods and cloth
ing at great bargains. Call on him.
Burger is offering the bucst ol gren
adines, light summer dress goods, silks
and lawns at remarkably low prices, to
close out lor the season. . 1-10-1 in.
Grand Sacred Co.nce Ri
al Scukel's Garden.
Admission: Gentlemen, 23c, Ladies, 10c.
Burger's prices on fancy and staple
goods are astonishingly low. Call on
bim if you want to secure upright,
honest bargains. 1-10-lm.
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
-The Cairo City Bindery, A. W. Pyatt
A Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work of eveiy description in their line in
first-class and workmanlike manner, lm
Burger's stock ol dry goods is un
doubtedly the very finest to be lound In
Cairo, .nd for satisfactory bargains ladies
should be sure to give him a call.
There will be the usual services al
the Methodist church, corner ot Walnut
and Eighth streets, this morning and
evening, conducted by the Rev. Mr. 011
fcatn. Justice of the Peace Comings, having
removed to Judge Bross' office, corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will be found in bis office from
8 to 12 o'clock, a. m.. dally. 1-3-tf.
Mrs. Van Noetrand and daughter
Miss Eva Van Nostrend, of New Or
leans, who bave been at the residence ol
Mr. C, R. Woodward for several days,
left for St. Louis yesterday morning.
Persons having magazines, periodi
cals, etc., which they desire to have bound
should take them to the Cairo City Bind,
ery, where they will be dono at reasonable
rates and In first-class order. 1-1 m
Stealing cabbage will not bo indulg
ed in so freely hereafter. Tho lesson
taught by tho almost killing of old tnau
Brown will causo thieves to liesitato
about plucking other people's cabbage.
F. M. Ward has gone Into, the ioe
business, and la now delivering pure lake
Ice In all parts of the eity. Orders left
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
an toed. 1 2-lm
Burger's dry good's house, No. 124
Commercial avenue, is the palaco store of
Egypt, aud hi dorks tho most polite,
affable and busincss-ltke men in the
trade. Bo sure and give Burger a oall
before you buy elsewhere. l-10lm
Strangers who visit Cairo should
never fail to call on Burger, tho mam
moth dry good dealer. The display ot
fine goods in his establishment, 124
Commercial avenue, has never been
equaled by any bouse in Cairo. 1-10-lm
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,
Wnrrea A Stcait, Agta,
tf. No. Ill Commercial Avenue.
The fast train to the East on all
other road having been discontinued
fruu to-day bj a return to the old time,
the Cairo and Vinccnnes railroad follows
suit by a return to Its old time ot five
o'clock a. m.
VTe give up the first page oi tbia
mornings Bulletin to the advertise
ment of the great Metropolitan trained
horso and aulmal exposition to ex
hibit in this city on next. Saturday.
Read tho advertisement. It .peaks tor
There will be the usual Sunday ser
vices at the Church ot the Redeemer,
Fourteenth street, between Walnut street
and Washlng'on avenue, this morning
at d eveuiug, conducted by the Rev. St.
James Dillon-Lee. A cordial Invitation
Is extended to all to be present.
This afterneon, the MeihodUt and
Presbyteriun sunday schools will hold a
Union sunduy school concert, at the
Pnsbyterlaii church. The Key. Mr.
Gilbain. the Rt-v. Dr. Norton, ot Alton,
who Is la the city, and Messrs. Stllwell,
Stroad and S. D. Ayers, will deliver ad
dresses. At a meeting of the state board of
education, held at Normal, on Wednes
day, Judge Green of this city, who has
been a member ot the board for more
than 01 teen years, was chosen psreldont
oftiat body to succeed Hon. S. W.
Moulton. Judge Green's term of ofllco
lasts two years.
The Ladles Library Association pro-
nriapolvino- a Moonlitrllt-FetO in the
on Tuesday evening, June 26th. L)e-
licious Chicago ice cream, also cake and
lemonade. The grounds will be hand
somely lighted and decorated. Admis
sion, 10 cents. 2t
The prize won by Walt Wright'
baby, at Dan'Uartman's and sol- Silver's
baby show, has been placed on exhibi
tion at Hartman't store by Prof. Saun
ders. It is a lite size oil painting ol the
babv. and Is a piece of work well calcu
lated to prove the ability of Prof. Sauiv
dors as an artist. It is certainly one of
the finest paintings in Cairo.
Jacob Klee, corner of Washington
avenue and Twelfth street, is now pre
pared to supply the citizens ef Cairo with
pure lake ice at the lowest living prices.
His wagon makes dally rounds, and will
deliver Ice In any part ot tho city. Ice
depot at comer Washington avenue and
Twelfth etrcet, where all orders should
be left. 1-2-tf
Ev3U the hat weather does not
dampen the arder ol the devoted lollow
ers of Kcv. NeUon Rix. Night after
night they assemble in thIr church, cor
ner ot Fifteenth and Walnut streets, and
continue their religious exercises far into
the night. They do not have much
Dreacbing, but an immense amount of
praying and singing.
Charley Pnllerlingiu order to satisfy
the wants ot the people of Cairo aud
strangers who may visit Cairn, has fitted
np in connection with his par excellent
"Our Saloon," a ladles restaurant. Ilia
larder is at all times abundantly supplied
with tbc choicest luxuries, and tor a fine
lunch, or a cool, refreshing drink ot any
description, Charley Pfifferlirig's is the
place to gst it.
The Ladies' Library Association
will give a moouligbt file on the grounds
surrounding Mr. W. B. Gilbert's resi
dence, corner of Fourth street and Wash
ington avenue, on next Tuesday evening.
The choicest of di-lleacles will be served
up at reasonable rates, and theadmissh n
tee has been put so low as to be "with n
the reach of all." Those who wish to
dance will be allowed to do so.
About three times In each week the
Paducah Sun takes occasion to Inform Its
r tilers that Messrs. traughn, Tinkle &
Bird do not Intend to move back to
Cairo. Well, we suppose Mesrs. S T
Si B. have a right to lio wherever tney
please and II they want to come back to
Cairo the Sun has no right to complain.
We have always contended that S. T , Jt
B. made a mistake in leaving Call o When
Riley Covington has taken clnrge
ol tbe barber shop ou Eighth street near
Washington avenue, formerly owned by
Daniel Lampert, but, more recently
by Mr. Ed, Braxton. Riley is one ot the
few first-class tonsoral artists in Cairo,
and his patrons all testify to tbe excel
lence of his work, and his gentlemanly
treatment, if all who have dealings with
him. He solicits a share ot patron
The children of the Sunday school of
the Church ol the Redeemer, will be given
a grand plcnlo excursion to Tunnel Hill
and Hale's Kitchen on the C. & V. R. R.
Thursday next. The place selected for the
plcnlo is most delightfully situated In a
rocky chasm. A more picturesque spot
could scarcely be lound. Eyery ar
rangement will be made for tbe comfort
of those who attend. Tickets tor the
round trip as follows : Gentlemen, 75c;
Ladies, 00c; children, 25c.
Everett Munn, who is no w sojourning
at Hot Springs, writes us that he docs
not go much on tbe way the Hot Springs
post ofllce Is conducted. They have
live clerks in the office, and by bard
work they manage to get the ofllco open
by nino or ton o'clock in the morning,
and by twelve o'clock they are ready to
handout mall. Everett don't believe
that is ust tho way to conduct a post
office; and II his Judgment is not good on
post ofilce aflulrs we don't know whose
is. Evorott has more post ofllco sense
than all Hot Springs combined.
"Sweet Forget Mo Not." This is the
title of a new and magnificent song with
a remarkably pretty waltz chorus, com
posed by Boby Newcomb, of minstrel
fame. It Is sung by Primrose and West,
of Uaverly's minstrels; Delehauty and
Oengler, ot the Tony Pastor troupe;
Adah Richmond, and other first class
artists, all over the country. This aong
will surely be admired by everybody.
Price, 40 cents per copy; can be bad
from any mulo dealer or from the pub
Usher, F. W. Helmlck, CO West 4th
street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
, If there ire any Calroltci who want
to go to St. Louis on tbe Fourth oi next
month, a rare cbunoe U offered them.
There will be an excursion train on tbe
narrow gauge road leave the depot in
this city on the evening of the third,
carrying parties to tuo t utnre Great at
four dollars for tho round trip, tickets
being good for four days. The excurs
ion Is being gotten np by a number ol
colored p ople In this city, who propose
furnliliing a csr for the accommodation
ot white persons, provided enough of
them make the trip to warrant them In
going to tbe extra expense.-
Mr. Miller came to the city yesterday
morning and at once started out to sol
Iclt orders for a shirt manufactory. He
tucceeded In st curing quite a number ot
order, and would have taken a good
many more li be had not lulleu into the
hands ol htef of Police Arter. who ar
rented l.im on a clmrga ol sollciiinjf or
ders without license. Mr. Mil er was
taken before Judge Bird, who ahseitsed
a Hue of leu dollars and
costs against him. Mr. Miller ald he
did not have the money to pay the line,
and the last seeu ol him lie was still in
tho hands of the officer in search ol
some one who could get hltn out ot tbe
dilemma into which he bud lallen.
There following were the arrivals at
the St. Charles Hotel yesterday : W. C
Grey, Pittsburg; Ja's E. Sedlio,
Pittsburg; J. A. Williams, Salein, III,
John L. Williams and sister, Jackson
Tenn. ; Geo. Barrlnger, Jonesboro, III.;
A. D. Duff, Carbondule 111.; D. W. Dav
enport, Memphis Tenn.; W, A. McLeen,
Chicago; E. F. Byers, St. Louis Mo.;
Q. B. Weldon, Centralis; Geo. Canghan
ser, Centralis; Mrs. Belle Nash. Michi
gan; B. M, ItanKin, St. Louis; Ja's T.
Rogerson, East St. Louis; Robert C.
Owen, New Orleans; S. J. Shed, New
Orleans; T. J. Snow, New Orleans; E.
A. YVbeelock, city; S. Corning Judd,
Chicago; Frank Krofr, St. Louis-
J. A. Wentz, SU Louis; Ja's U.
Brownlee and wife, Carbondole;
C. E, Carson, Penn.; T. J. Dillon and
Samuel Razon; Paducah; John A. Truce,
David Simons, New York: John Smith,
Paducah; S. T. Norton, Alton; Mrs. E.
A. Simpson, Goodwin Bluff, 111,; Mrs.
X. Ketchurn and two daughters, St.
Louis; S. E. Hedges, Centralla, III.; Fred
D. Coelen, hvansvlUc.
For some time past some person, or
persons, have been makln graids on
Jake Lattncr's cabbage patch, on Jeffer
son avenue, between Seventeenth and
Eighteenth streets, to such an extent that
tbc owner, Mr. Lattucr, came to tbe
concluaien to watch for tbe thelves, aud
if possible, bring. tbem to griet . Accord
ingly, on Friday night, Mr. Lattner, in
company with Phillip Helm, went to the
garden, secreted themselves and waited
for whatever might turn up. They
bad been in tbdr places but a short time,
when thty dioovered a man in tbe gar
den Helm and Lattner bad armed them
selves with a gun, and put in It a blank
load, which they discharged at him,
when he fell to the ground. Hcim ran to
him, and a fight ensued, in which tbe
former received a severe cut in the arm
with a kulf.e Helm then called
for assistance, when Lattner seized
a club and beat the man severely, when
he started to run, and Ilirtu and Lattner
went to their homes. Yesterday morn
ing, an old negro, seventy years old.
named Joe Brown, was lound lying in
the road near the cabbxge
patch, senseless aud almost dead, and it
is supposed that he Is the man with
whom Hleuiand Lattner had the trouble.
Brown was taken to the hospital aud
Dr. Wood examined his wounds. It
was found thai both his arms were bro
ken, and his skull broken to pieces. His
Injuries are said to he fatal.
Diavaae la an ulaKuit
That sluiuld be attacked the Instant he
shows liiuiiu-li. Don't wait. At him
be ore his nails are grown, and wipe hiiu
out. The great alterative and invigor
ant ot the age, Hostutter's Stomach Bit
ters, will speedily iutuse such healthful
tone into your organmu thai it will be
enabled to successlully resist future at
tacks. . Tbe bitters prevent
and remedy chills and lever
and blllious remittents, and eradi
cate dijpepsla, constipation, liver com
plaint rheumatlo 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 animal econ
omy, it does not unduly excite it like the
chesp exhllaranu sometimes resorted to
under the erroneous impression that
they can invigorate.
Cairo, June 23d, 1877.
I lake great pleasure in recommending
Mr. n. Shumsn to all those who hare
pianos needing repair and tuning. I
have known and examined his work in
oilier places, and from my knowledge of
his ability I recommended the vestry of
this parish to send lor bim to tune tho or
gan In tbe Episcopal church. lie has
completed the work In the most satisfac
tory manner. I would advise those
wishing to have their pianos put in first
class condition to secure bis services as
I believe such an opportunity is seldom
ottered. I can guarantee that his work
will be done satisfactorily In every in
stance. W. II. Morris.
I tuke groat pleasure In adding a word
In corroboration of the above recommen
dation. Prof. Shuman has proven him
self a superior workman by the manner
In which he bag tuned our organ.
H. H. Caxdee.
' Notice, "
All persons wishing to learn tbe Ger
man language may avail themselves ot
the opportunity uow otlerod by Rev. C.
Durschner, who is prepared to give in
structions In that language. Apply at
the school room in the German Lutheran
church on thirteenth street. St,
Boom t Lei,
Suitable for a bed room furnished or un
furnished. For particulars inquire on
th premises ol Mr. M, B. Uarsill. tfl
the coming snow.
Tka ereS Metropolitan Olympiad
ad lu saniiaiai Ataraeuaaa.
PeHarrnlag; Liana, Males and Oaats,
An CnJ"ld Caaaalnwtlea sf Ar
tiste in if -BMirtaBMta.
From the Naibvlll Americas.
Few Nahvllle p.pl have been aware of
the fact that a mammoth snow hat been In
count olorgajLailon here during toapa.t
lew months to quietly have It atfal t h. en
coadatt'd Anu yet aid tio te l-oe 1
on the far Wait plaint of olo do, b cb
had been under lu-tructl u, io t ak,
for Ave yi art, were lr uabt o N thv lie,
tbe "educational e nler of he 8 .u . ' to
traduate sod to re a va t e ir lol a as
th be-t ierlotD)l"g auluul hum- r I
would tem liiciedibl" th't ne n teen
bo te should hVi b'l-oni. arncd in
the Kngllih vouaiu ary. It it iru tbry
can't speak the lingo, but they kuo what
Is nvaot when ti.ev bear it pok n. 1 hey
are not bridled or hampered lu the least,
but go at tbe beck and call of Mr Robert
White, wbo ua (lev 'tad o much unweary
ing patience to tneir training.
A reportor of the American, upon tbe in
vitation ol Mr. J. II. Mack, General Direc
tor, wont down to Wooten's stablet, where
t tent bat been put ud tor rehearal-. That
wltnetted by the reporter it termed, In
thowtnen'i parlance, tbe "trial rehearsal,"
and It proved eminently eatUlautory. Tbe
tpiendid silver band, from tbe 58th New
York regiment, which arrived here Mon
day, wan In place and opened witn a grand
overture. Mr. White had the animals in
tbe hones' "dressing room," without
bridle or 111' ier. Bravo and Bonlta, twin
animals, ins out at call, "set-tawed" and
"teetered," played "bide and seek," and
performed many other novel acts; "Cupid"
jumped a hurd.e and thot off a pistol when
landing upon bis leet; "Flora" rolled a
barrel up tn inclined plane ; "Kitty" pick
ed np different Hags upon tbe particular
color being named, and leaped through
hoops of tire; and "Ploca-Nlnnl" waltzed
bacdwardt aad forwards, carried articles,
walked erect, and acteo as Sergeant ot tbe
military drill, which, in itself, is a wonder
ful performance, tbe entire corps of horses
The hone par excellence of the company,
however, If any Invidious distinction is
permissible where every animal perlormed
bis particular role so well, is "Nettle," a
milk white Arabisn steed, which lsspsover
tlx bor.es standing abrettt. It Is a wild,
beautiful animal, and performs its feats
with a rapidity, grace and intelligence
But the horttt will be only a part of tbe
Great Metropolitan Olympiad. It will
bave with It tbe well-known LaBue family,
gymnast i and posturers; Mile. IDalattaand
Mont. Wallace, who perform wonderful
feats In tbe water ; -Lola, a daring lady
gymnast ; James Mtguire, the clown, wbo
will split people's sides with laughter by
his drolleries ; tte D'Lnzer Slsttrs, who go
through graceful evolutions on single and
double wires, a most attractive novelty ;
J. C. Murphy, a clown, who is equaled
only by Maguire ; tbe Glencoe Brother,
gymnttts snd acrobats ; Profewor Dalser,
tbe lion performer $ Mile, Marietta, a slack,
wire artist, and many otner people and
features which need not be mentioned.
Tbs Groat Metropolitan Olympiad is un
questionably one ol the mutt compact
th w that ever took th road. All tbtlr
tents and paraphernalia are entirely new,
and they .tart out under tue mot favora
ble auspices. General Director J. B. Mack,
was brought up fu tbe profession and b s
been connected with tbe St. James Theater,
Bos on, haviug bad it Udder his man go
me nt when oulv twenty yea.a old; the
Uraod Opera U u , Cincinnati ; tbe aca
demy oi Mudu, Chicago; .Niblo'. Theater,
New Yoik ; Kulley ft Looks' Mm-t elt ; ho
CadforUa MliittieL; iou; 'h Ainju
Opera Botlff T oupe, the Gr iai u na
tloual 'reo igerle aud Mu eu.u . ) ... r
well-known shut. i an iehlMioi a
Mr H rt. Wooun, lictiui ur i .
a ueiitlt-oun wb bat ba l lu i d I
expt-rieoc In the iu in . e e u , - i -b.en
cUreO'ly Inivre . d i , -u. m
bent in wilo the couin.
The employei of lb G eat Mar t o i
Olmpladare av ry.iid -ieui las i m .
from tboae wbou-uaiiy accompany thowa;
bey are polite an i affable, aud wi be ever
ready not only to attend promptly to n elr
own duties, but (how every couruy to
Tbe management are determined to bave
no olap-tmp tlde-anowt about tbem, and no
fakirt," nil be allowed to go with tnrm
under any circumstances. The exhibition
it to be o co duoted at to merit tbe entire
approval of the public.
As to the other attractions of this mam
moth combination not mentioned above, w
need only refe; our readers to the an
nouncement covering the entire third page
ot thia mornlDg's American. It tpeakt
volumes tor the met its of the thow and the
enterprise ol its managers.
A Medicine al Many cms.
A medicine 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, and relieves nervous
ness, may bo truly gold to have many
uses. Such an artlclo is Uostetter'
Bitters, one of tho most reliable altera
tives of a disorderly to a well ordered
state of the system ever prepared or
sold. It has been over a quarter ol a
century before he public, Is endorsed by
many eminent professors ot the heal
ing art, and its merits have received re
peated recognltlolta In tho columns of
leading American and foreign Journals.
It Is highly esteemed In every part of
this country, and Is extensively used in
Sontli America, Mexico, the British pos
sessions and the West Indies. If Its in
crease In publlo favor In tbe past is to be
regarded as a reliable criterion of Its
gain in popularity in coming years, It
has indeed a splendid tutnre before It.
Public notice is hereby given that we
will In pursuance of law, soil on tbe 12th
day of July A. D. 1877, at the St. Charles
hotel, Cairo, III., it publlo auction, tbe
following described baggage remaining
in our custody to pay tbe charge due
thereon, to-wlt: One trunk and content!
the property ol W. R. Edward of New
York; one truuk and content tbe prop
erty of J. D. Ross, of St Lotus; one
valise and ooutenU tbe pioporty of Hlsa
C. Hauslln, Chicago.
E. B, Eosew A Co.,
l-a3-16t. Preprlcton, Oalro, 111, i
HAMS! HAMS I BAMS!
At Auction, .;
10J O'clook. Monday Morning, t
Jane 25th, 1877,
No. Ill Commercial Avenue,
Wcttki tt Btbwart, Auctioneers. '
ave jroar Mono.
Four pound best Engll.b soda for
25c. Four pound b st refine i pearl
starch for25o, at New Y-rk rttore. Bt.
Oo to the New York Store and obtnln
the!' prices, before buying elsewhere.
Remember parties or lauiille laying In
supplies, will be sold by ihi hue
lower iluil any otlli-l liolise in' the rlty.
. .Ml I W
11 ru lip i
hi y , ' 1. 1 h tti J
I'lic C 'lu UiiX
will i iter w.i
a Si 1.1 I M,) :
ull kl'.d.MI,' II 6 c--i ts
a bundle. Order may be left with W,
11. Mori is, secretary, at his ofllce In tbe
City National bauk building 27-25
No. 04 Eighth street nearly opposite
the Methodist church parsonage, and at
present occupied by N. B. Thistle wood,
Esq. Possession July 2d. Apply to
A. Coulnqs, Esq,
Or Thos. U. Towers, St. Catharine, Ont.
Excursion fa at. Louts to Rpcad tas
roartla or Joly,
Train will leave Narrow Gauge depot,
Tuesday evening July 3rd. at 8 r. m.
Ample accommodations tor all who may
wish to go, Irrespective of color. Tick
ets good for lour days. Fare round trip
$4.00. Tickets tor sale at the office, and
by J.J. Bird.
To all who are suflerlng from .the
errors and Indiscretion of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will Bend a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
eniedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-ad
dressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
Ionian, Station D. Bible House, New
In Baa ample jr.
In the matter of Louis D. Thorns
By virtue ol an order of (he district
court of the United States for the south
ern dlstrict'of Illinois, I will, on Monday,
the 25th day of June current, it the hour
often o'clock A. 51., it the south west
erly door ot tbc court honse, in tbe city
ot Cairo, sell at publlo vendue to tbe
highest and beet bidder lor cash in hand,
ail the outstanding notes and accounts
due said bankrupt' estate.
Cairo, Ills., June 19. 1877
5t Giorgb Fubbr, Assignee
The mtjority of people suffer to a rie tter
or lesser degree from tbia aad affliction
many unthinkingly cultivate it by in uffl-
tly masticating their food; others wh ae oc
cupation Is of a sedentary chai aeter bave
forced on tbem, tbe excessive use ol to
bacco, etc., all tend to develop it. The
symptoms vary, one .uflering tcve ely
after meals, another only slightly, e ntipa-
tion or diarrabte. flatu'inoe, variable ap
petite, eto., are only a tew of i s u mica
ant consequence. Nowwbaii. r. quired,
is attention to diet, aasit i b a rt-tuedy
wbicb aids the natural McreUsna In toe i
mentary canal and pro luce a, aid a nor
mal solvency of food, sue b s vi.lu l ie
remedy i ibe celebrateJ Ho uo Momach
Bitters. o-6 I ui
A few sntuKsli.Mi we Know.
We know ibats dlxirier ' -torn cb"r
liver prdu. e moreuHr ng tin n a y oih
ercaute W- kuow thai te y lew pn.il-
i.nt .re tucc. sMul in ih e ior i-ri.
We kuow that UaCo ta'a ladle d cum will
wllbou Lie ab.do-v 0' ad Ubi, aim 'tt i
inn iatel relieve a-idp rinan n l c i II
ti h -llstrcMIIU ryUI,. U1. W III Will
ih u ii sw- ire -i In.' etl "at
w . wi- y l t e ! t r. e
oi ! u r r t ,
u w I I d . i a.u to 'be
v ou I wi nt: '.' I y u ,iVo it a
ttul.a.d t irt'l me ouiy 2o
oeuti-, 8 dd ti) bare.) Bio
Proi. Filler' Pi asa t W-rm 8rup is
perfect y safe and extreme y paUtanle
No physio required. Costs ii tent. Try
Tou are asked every day through tbe
column of the newspapers and by your
uruggiat to use something for your det-
dy pepsla and liver complaint that yon
know nothing about, you get discouraged
spending money with but 11 title succets,
Now to give you a satlsfaetory proof
Green's August Flower will curs you ol
dypepsia and liver oomplalnt with all It
effects, such aa sour stomach, sick head'
ache, habitual costiveness, palpitation of
tbe heart, heart burn, water-brash, fullness
at the pit of th stomach, yellow skin,
ted tongue, indigestion, swimming of the
bead, low spirits, Ae., w ask you to go to
Paul O. Schuh's and get a sample bottle ol
Greta's August Flower for 10 cents and
try it, or a regular s'ze for 75 otnts. Two
doses will relieve you.
Huse, Loomli A Co., dealer In north
era lake Ice, have removed their office
from tbe corner of Eighth street md
Ohio levee to the Ice houses one door be
low tbe St. Charles botel, and are now
delivering ice In ill parts of the cltyi
Those desiring the cold stnfl will leave
their orders at tbe new office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
Jambs Kavamavob, Manager.
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 6-17-lm
DBS. CANIN2 WBZTLOOI
Having taterad tats a co-partaorihrp. for tat
wrsoao oi pracuotaw ipaiiiavj, in hi u-
bisaon, wooiarwpaaiuiy aasona
ma tha aat vice oft das 11 oooreio
are prepared to attend la taaur wa
Tas Slllna Of tstta soat (a tbs Saotl taitaiar-
tory ataaaar. laurtug artlacfau asatarw, al
wars wish a view of na tor lag, aa 1st aa prat
lloablt, tb lost ooaloar sd sauiral sprrolo
U la ao4 larpvorod taatbeat sad awtartalt
Teetb sitraotoi absalaislj without pla s
Xa7 ex ma aa latisaaoa saau, so can aid
tee UMts sad asueM a Ubml thai uf tawr tt
OBAft. Workguaraaswd i-rrns avid taw.
40tamilal i taoa,iatBa4ls
: Bnalnet about the wharf la quiet.
-The Js. Flsk bad fair trip from
and to paducah, '
Tbe Coos Millar was due dawn Iron
Cincinnati for Memphis -.--."
The Golden City, from Cincinnati
lor N'- Orleans Is due to-day,
rim weather eooitnoeS dear, with
a stiff bre-xe during tbe day. '
-The Raven departed for St. Louis
about two o'clock yesterday afternoon.
I lie Belle Memphis passed down late
Friday night with arousing good trip.
Wie ko' oii'l ertnle freight here.
'' B and barges Cleared for New
0 muni tiny light yetenliv ?orn
1 . Mi g ii abo'it 200 Ion mlncel-
u' ai.d 15.UW1 b.i.u i.,u
''' Wi.lt, V llll:
O: it'i fvver
yts-. r : n,,r ..w ..ir'.t. Winn on-
piaile iiadi ij Mi.lftiiii.ua' wliartboat.
she fired a grand aoiuto from' a cannon
located on one of the bargea.
he Idlewlld bad a light trip in and
out yesterday, Capt. Ben Howard In
forms us he will take an excursion
party to New Madrid next
Saturday and wants everybody to go.
He Insures all s pleasant time. The.boat
will leave this port about ten a. m., re
turning about midnight.
A telegram to Hiram Hill, the diver
oi tbia city, announces the linking of a
barg of railroad Iron, In tow of tbe Coal
Hill, about twenty-five miles above
Paducah, on the Tennesee river yester
day. Tbe barge struck one of tot piers
of tbe bridge of tbe Paducah and Evans
ville railroad, and went down. She was
bound for Johnsonvllle.
GRAND GALA DAY
Under the Auspice of the
Of Cairo, Illinois,
At ST, MARTS PARK,
ow Bacon, Jt Men's
attaoes, Greased Fig, Greaseo
I'he citizens of Cairo bave contributed
. liberally towards the
E ver m en in the State out side of Chi
uaitu. Fine exhibition and garden pieces
Hlil hew toll- The lire works bave bt en
pin ell 'iirect from New Yi rk
ilnou. "urn ot Mr. Dan JJart
'ii ii talt&T, 1'Uomas will superin
tend t, tpitji
The day ' entertainment will commence
at' 10 a.m. with the reading el ibe
fig USA !.,! Of ItVUMl
B Y. YOUNG LADY,
I ii i n.Miveil by
Gov J .i i hg of Paduc Ji,
tlUll. W kll jl O. tf.fii.
Aui ',', i . mix. iti u.a.uiB wU'i i.aic betu
liiVlu-d ti alii ud
Aiur wnl' ii a l'rotting Race and a
(tuning race open to all. Beat two lu
three lor purse premium. Eutry fee ot
$2 will be charged. For timber par
ticulara 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 ball match, tat man's
race, alow donkey race, and other sports
to numerous to mention.
Dancing will commence at 1 p. m. and
continue till 8 p. m.
At 8 p. m. tbe grand are works dis-
will take piace.
n She evenlna- the dancing will be re
sumed and continue till the "wee ima'
Arrangements have been made with
railroad at the lo Mowing rates: Illinois
Central, Mississippi Central, St. Locus,
Iron Mountain and Southern. Cairo and
St. Louis, Mobile and Oblo st one and
a flub rate tor round trip. Cairo and
Vinccnnes at greatly reduced rates,
which will be duly adratissd.
Arrangement for excursion from
various points on the river will be made
of which due notice will be given.'
COMMITTEE OF ARR AUGMENTS
JOHN D. HOLMES, Chairman.
T. It. LOVETT. 8earr.
CU AS. A. SALT, KD. DSZONIA.
CHAS. DELAY, CASXT&I1TE8.
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