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..iIRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
ftof.--Aflybuslntss firm tan have thre lines
i pace, ra tiili column under aiiuropriaM heading
liberal of II. W per moniker lUpujtut
otyable qnnrttrly tn ad vane. '
Hardware, (-Hovel ami Tin War.
A. HALT.ET-Tlealer tnStoeee.Tlnand Hard
wure, Ganlenanil r'arniers' Implement, Wire
jooda, IMrlKerators, fump ami Ladder.
115 Commercial Avenue. Uuilerlng, cud Job
Work duue on ihort outlet.
.1. S.McGAtlEV Dfalerlnhird and loftliim
Lrr, ttoorlnr, ceiling, aiding anil anrfacad
lumlier, lath and abiiiRle. Oilier and yard
rumcr Twentieth afreet and Washington aveime
LANCASTER KICK--Denlera In sash,
duora, blinds, etc,., liard and aol't lumber ana
iilnglra. Yard and otlio, Conuuereial avenue,
-oruer 17th atreei.
P. IIAKTMAN Peal.r In Queetmwure, Toya,
lAtiipeandall kind ot fane.y artiel-a. OiiHiuer
: ill avenue, corner ''tli atreet,
WIM.Ir WINTKK-Sixth stni-t betwetu
';ommerrialaTeriiie and tt u.liiniiton avenue.
4'lotluuK Mint .Hi-reliant liillurluK.
JOHN AVrillM-MereliantTail'.r and dealer
In Heady Made Clothing. Ti Ohiu lve.
Real r.alalo Aifeiiclea.
II. ?. HOWI.KY-lleitl Kttnle Aent. IMy
and wile re.d eula'e, eollwta renin, my ue
(or min-reni'lcnts ete. C oinmn avenue, L
I ween Ninth and Tenth itieeta.
Coltm and Toliaero Kaei.ua and rm
nretnrs nf the frarnierT TuLareo Wareh"ire,
A 17 Omiumereml Avenue.
1 lieneral Forwarding and ( i.iini.ni,n
ne-rrhaut, lor the naie of Farm, ttaid-n, ii
taard and Hairy I'roduea. svulijo Levee.
Is A. WIIKELOCR 1 l O,
j tieiierd Forwarding and loinrnhalon
inercliante, and dealera In all kintla of i rial and
I'luduee. IA Ohio l.i vee . I on.ifdiineuti idle
led, FirQi'lli furni lied on ai,i.iei.i,u.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Boad Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo.
A mfi V D VK1IV
T..tai T mm, a. f !
2:10 p.ni. Fast fcxpros, arriving in St.
I W III u ml fl m ' I rilPMtfl .'.ill Ba.Ml.
120 p.rn, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
ViLLE FAST LINE
arriving' n Clnclunatl Hi.TO, tun.; Louis
ville, b:'Ji, a m.: Inditnapolln, l.V a.m.;
FaKneiigf.'ri ly tbia tmlu arrive at above
- IN -
OF ANT OTHER BOUTS.
1 :.'U) p. m. Fat Mail with aleepsra altai-h.
ed. for KT. LOI'IH and CHICAGO,
arrlTins in t. I.oul" at 0:.'W a.m. t'hl
eauo at 4 -"Vi p.m. (Jonnectin? at O'lin
or Kllinifbara lor (.'invlnnatl, Louisville
PAST TIME EAST
?k"en(.'em by tliia lino iro through to
the hatt without any delay cau;d by
rhe H ATUKUAY A KTKHN'OON THAIS
ritOM CAinO AKK1VM IN SKW
VURK MONDAY MoKSINU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHKIt KOLTE.
aJvertiavUieiiti of coiiipetlnf lines that
ibcy m-ke better t'nif tlun tliia one, are
are iaued ultlicr tUrouifh Ignorance or a
ileaire to mixlead the public
or tliroiiRb tickets and Information,
tpply ftt lillno! Central B. K. Iepot, Cairo.
1 BAINS ARKIV1 AT CAiaO
iipreoa 1'-"f m'
tail - a.m.
Ocn'l tiuuibi-ru Ant.
.1. II .fONKH. Ticket A1.
relief ii yoiuiK men limn
the effecta nf errura ami abuncii in
early lilt. Manhood Kent'ircd. 1m
r llnwntB lo nwrriBBe removul.
2 New ncthod of trentment. New
S and remaikalde reni'dlea. It niku
M and circulars sent free In .ealed
J2 'envelonea. Addena HoWAHn A
W laoc!ATioit, 41 N. inth . rhila
1 iUIdI.Ih. I'a. An inttllution huv-
S,ln hii;li repuiation lor honor
"lalile conduct and irofejiioual
Tobnero and rigera.
Mprchant'i.groci'rs, and Hooii-kPfpors
shatiM not lorot that Mnssr. Corlis &
Rnnkin, proprlctora ol tho I'rairii! Stuto
fobacco Factory at Mi'tropolN, liavu
opened an csttrillsiimi'tit at tlie corner
nfSixtn street and Ohio levee in this
city where' they wril. do n wholesale arid
retail buninesi in the tobacco and eijfar
line. They have on hand Hie largest
and most complete stock ol
obaico and ehaw ever opened
in Cairo, and nre prenarcd to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and exmnine their stock.
I'lelgre and Brnckeia.
E. C. Ford has removed his Variety
:Rraeket . store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. He has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames
rliroinos, picture cord and tassel, cur
tain taseln laney nyil, hat racks, etc.
Picture lrauilng made a speciality
I'hromos mounted In t!ie cheapest and
best style. lm
.Murder Will Out.
A lew years ago "August Flower'' was
diHCuvcrcd to bn a certain cure for Uynpep
i aud liver complaint, a few thin dyspep.
tli a made known to their friends how
eaily aud ipikkly they hid been cured by
Its uo. The treat merits ot Green's
Allguat Klnvvei liocatno lieraldcd tbrouyh
the country by one miller to another, tint I,
wit out advertising, Its sain has become
Imtrense. lhuggUU in every town In the
I'nltod States are selling It, No person
m tiering with ourtom:ii'U,il jk headu 'bo,
eoitiveness, palpltntlon of t lie hoart, Indl
otinn, low spirits, etc., can take Ihoso
ilone.s without relief, fioto I'aul 11. S.luili
and get a bot'le lor 7 cents ant! try It.
Han',ilo li'itllos 10 cenU.
MyelmekNo. 410 on City National
bank, o( this dato. lor blank amount,
payable to Goldstino & Kosenwater or
bearer. The public is hereby cautioned
against receiving the laid chock, eunei
In iu present condition or If written for
any amount, as payment has been atop
ped, ? ' Ebnrst B. Pkttrt.
! Vint .hine 10th, 1877. - :
Theknlshti of the abota orler meat
at their hail iba flrit and third Monday
n euuii lunntb. Commercial uvenue, U duor
until of Uth street, at i o m
Joux D. II
treet. at A D.m.
tloutca, G. 0. M
. A8CALON LODGl, KO. 61.
Kniahts of Pytbhia, meeUaTery Fri
day niKht at half-pant avn, iu Odd-
fellows Hall. Ifowi,
OALEXANDKK IX)DUE, NO. 224.
IndVpenitent Order of O.li-r.1-lows.
meeta every Thursday night
at half-pan t seven, in their nail on
3omtnerr.iul avenue, between bixth am) Beventh
!reeta Wat K. 1U wns, N. U.
nilllO KNCAMPMKNT, I. O. O.F.. meeta
Jn Odd-Kellowa Hall on the flratand third
i in adav in every month, at half-pant "even
A. t0II08.C P
tmile Hull, I
CAIKOhOlX.K. N0.237.A.F. ft A. M.
1'irulnr exiiuuiuniealioua in Jia-
corner Minuierriai avenue
KtrM-t. on the second and
'..urtli .Monday ol uu b mouth.
HATKH Of AOVKKIHIIU.
I J-All bills f'.radvertiainu, are due and pay
able IN ADVANCS
Transient advcrtUinK Will be Inserted at tin.
rata of II " pertijuure for the Drt lntrtinn
aud 61) centa for each subsequent one A liberal
dincount will be made on atandiiig and dipl
For inacrting Funeral notice. 1 " Notice ol
meeting of aocietlea or secret orlera Ml centa for
Church, Hoelety, Futlval and Sapper notlrea
will only be inaertej as advertisements
Ko advertltement Will be received at leas than
SO cents, and no aivertlnernent will lie inserted
for leMthnn three dollar !r month
i.orti, ri Nixr.na .oic:i
Of one sfjuare (H lines 'pace) or more, In
serted in the Hi'LLkl in as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square
Two insertions per square....
Three Insertions per square....
Six insertions per square
Two weeka per square. ,
One month per square-
.Special rates made on larjre advertise
ments or tor longer time.
Tl'KSDAV, JT.VK 20 1S77.
Carpets and oil'.'lothes, tlie Illicit ever
brought to Snmhern Illinois, at J. l!ur
I.adi's' linen suits an-1 dusters ol all
style at Ilurifr's. 121 ' ointiier'lal ave
nue. 1-10 lm
Ail the laleit pitterns in glas fruit
jurs ami jelly glases ot liartman's
q'teensware store, at lowest prices. 9-tf.
A lull line of new and elegant sttaw
hats fjr ladies, ginls and children
Just received by .Solomon lMricra, No.
1 1'. ouiniercial avenue. 1--3 ;tt.
Mound City's base ball players want
t) come down and "chaw" Cairo's base
hall players up on the Fourth ol July.
Can't our young men cfivethein achtincc?
Soloman Parelra, at the old stand,
lit Commercial avenue, is now offering
his choice stock of dry goods and cloth
ing at great bargains, (.'all on him.
burger is offering the Imest ot gren
adines, li;ht summer dres goods, silks
and lawns at remarkably low prices, to
close out lortltc season. 1-10-lui.
Burner's prices ou fancy and staple
goods are astonishingly low. Call on
him if you want to secure upright,
honest bargains. 1-10-1 ui.
For notions and laney goods of every
conceivable description, go to Burger's
He Is the king dealer of tho city, and
never falls to give satisfaction. 1-10-lm
Tlie Cairo City Bindery, A. IV. l'yatt
& Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work of eveiy description in llielr line in
llrst-ciass and workmanlike manner, lm
Burger's stock rl dry goods Is un
doubtedly the very finest to be found in
Cairo, and for satisfactory bargains ladies
should be sure to give him a call.
fti'tice of the Peace Comings, having
removed to Judge Bross' oilice. corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will be found in his otllce from
S to 12 o'clock, a. in., daily, 1-3-tf.
Persons having magazines, periodi
cals, etc., whteh they desire to have bound
should take them to the Cairo City Biiid.
ery, where ihey will be dint at reasonable
rates and in first-class order. Mm
F. M. Ward has gone into the ice
business, and is now delivering pure lake
lot! in all parts of the city. Orders left
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
anteed. 1 2-1 m
Burger's dry good's house, No. 121
Commercial avenue, is the palace store of
Egypt, and his clerks tho most polite,
nfl'ablo and business-like men in the
traile. Uo sure and give Burger u call
before you buy elsewhere. 1-M'lui
Strangers who visit Cairo should
never fail to call on Durger, the mam
moth dry goods dealer. The display ol
lino goods in Ids establishment, 121
Commercial avenue, 1ms never been
equaled by any house- in Cuiro. I 10-1 tn
For sale by Winter & Stuart, a sec
ond hand piano, a lino instrument war
ranted to be in good order. For price
and terms call on or address,
WlNTI'lt & Stcakt, Agts,
tf. No. Ill Commercial Avenue.
As the perfection of entirety depends
upon tho perfection of mlniit:e, so no
one can hope tor robust health ot the en
tiro system il the blood should become
in the least Impure. Its sUmlard nf pu
rity Is best maintained by the use ol Dr.
Bull's Blood .Mixture.
Jacob Klee, corner of Washington
avenue and Twcllth street, is now pre
pared to supply the eitizeus ol Cairo w ith
pure lake ice at the lowest living prices.
His w agon makes dally rounds, aud will
deliver lev In any purl ol the. city, lee
depot at corner Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, where all orders should
bo left. - . l-2.tr
Frank Robinson lull of "budge,"
got Into a fight md was otherwise very
disorderly yesterday, for which bo was
arrest'.d by tho police. Judge Dlrd tent
him to all tor thirteen days, under a doe
of ten dollars and costs, which be could
Tlie Ladles Library Association pro
pose giving a Moonlight-Feta in the
beautiful grouuds ol Mr. Wm. Gilbert,
on Tuesday evening, June 2Ct.Ii. De
licious Chicago Ice cream, also cake and
lemonaile. The grounds will be hand
aomely lighted and decorated. Admis
sion, 10 cents. Ice cream and cake 23
cents, dancing 30 cents, lemonade 5 cents.
Willis McGce Is another ot the un.
fortunate customers who love to tackle
the flowing bowl, and on Sunday he got
as lull as a "biled owl." He was taken
into charge by a police oflicer, and yes
terday he paid a fine ot ten dollars, as
sessed against him by Judge Bird.
Charley Plltlerllngin order to satify
tho wants ot the peoplo of Cuiro and
strangers who may visit Cairn, has fitted
t.p in connection with his par excellent
"Our Saloon," a ladies restaurant. His
larder is at all limes ubuudantly supplied
with the choicest luxuries, and lor a Hue
lunch, or a cool, refre-liing drink ot any
description, Charley I'filli rlitig's is the
place to got it.
F.vcr since Fve's incautous experi
ence in the garden of Kden babies have
been the Institution. Petted by men and
loved by women, their baby life would be
an absolutely luippy exintance but or
these evidences of mortality exhibited In
colic, flatulency, etc., all happily re
lieved at ouee, however, by the prompt
use ol fr. Bull's Buty Syrup. Sold
everywhere, 23 cents,
Without fear ol contradiction, we
aow assert openly and above board that
Mr. John Brodenek and Miss Sue Vo
cum were married at the house of tlie
bride's parents in this city on Sunday
evening. The marriage ceremony! was per
formed by the Catholic priest, and the
Key. Mr. George, aud t he newly made
co'iple lefr'for South IJend, Inditna on
the Illinois Central night train. We
congratulate them, and wish them long
life and all the happiness imaginable in
their.journey through life.
The item published in Sunday morn
ing's Bn.i.r.Tis concerning tlie beating
ot the old negro who was caught stealing
cibbagein .Mr. I.uttner's patch, was in
correct in several particular. The ne
gro did not fall down when Mr. Hiem
shot off his gun, but started to run.
Mr. ilicui lollowed aud caught up with
h'm in the corn, when the negro turned,
a id stabbcJ bitn In tho neck. Mr. I.atr
tner was close behind Hiem. and eauio
up Justus the negro cut him, and It was
fieii that he struck the negro with tlie
club. The moon haJ gone dowu and it
was quite darK when the atfiir took
Some two weeks ago a story was
circulated through the Cairo pipers to
tlie effect .that the towboat Coal
Hill while passing up the Ohio
Iroin this city on the night
the 13th had run over and sunk a skiff
supposed to contain lour persons. On
Sunday we mel Mr. Jas. Kclley, one of
the pilots ot the Coal Hill, and who was
on watch at the time the accident was
supposed to have happened. He informs
us that the ski fl story is all a mistake.
hen the Coal Hill passed Cairo she had
live or six barges in tow, and a deck
hand who was watching the lines on the
barges fell overboard. The cries heard
by the people on shore came from sonie
ol the ineu who were on the barge at tin
time the decker fell over, and who called
to the pilot to stop the boat. Although
every effort was made to
rescue the unfortunate man, he
was never seen alter la ling over board.
Mr. Kclley could not remember Hie
name of the drowned man. So Oil; puts
to rest the story ol tho riming dowu
of the skiff and the drowning ot those
who were In it.
Sink lug- Old rtouea.
People who neglect their minor ail
ments rarely live to make old bones.
The secret of hale and vigorous old age,
lies not only In taking care of oue's
health In early life, by the observance ot
sanitary rules, but also by judicious
medication when the premonitory syinp
t'msof bodily disorder manifest them
selves. Indigestion, bowel nnd liver
complaints, are fruitltil causes ot injury
to the constitution, lliese diseases
should be therefore, checked without de
lay. The best medicine for the purpose
is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Th s
standard preparation disciplines the di
gestive organs, gives renewed impetus
to the bilious secretive function, and
exerts a beneficial influence upon the
organs of urination. It has no rival as
a remedy for and preventive of chills
and lever nnd bilious remittents, Infuses
vigor into tlie debilitated Inline, mid is
an excellent appetiser and nervine.
l.iaeiiNCia mi AiimKonisi
That should be attacked the Instant he
shows himself. Don't wait. At him
beforo his nails are grown, and wipe him
out. The great alterative and Invlgor
ant ol the age, Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, will speedily inttiso such healthful
tone into your organism that it will be
enabled Id .successfully resist future nt
tacks. The bitters prevent
and remedy chills ami fever
and billions remittents, and eradi
cate dlspepsla, constipation, liver com
plaint rheumatic ailments, urinary ami
uterine dilllculties. It is particularly bc
nelleiul when the system has been
drained ol Its vitality or is inherently
deficient in strength. The nerves gather
from it both vigor nnd tranquility. But
while It Imparts strength and gives a
wholesome, stimulus to the nnlmal econ
omy, It does not unduly exelto It like the
cheap exhlhirants sometimes resorted to
tinder tlie erroneous Impression that
they can invigorate.
lloouisoii second Moor of Winter's
Blook lately occupied by Dr. Smith and
tho Taylor Literary Society. Also
tore rooms In samo buildlug. v
3t M..J. Ilowi.kv, Ileal Estate Ag't,
The JpsciaJKMtlng last E? suing, and the
A special meeting ot the city council
was held at the council chamber at Ave
o'clock yesterday fveulng. The meeting
was called for the transaction ot general
Tlicre were present at tlie meeting Al
derman Hal'lday; Lancaster, O'Calla
han. Thlstlewood, Wright and
Wood. In the absence ol the mayor,
Alderman FTalllday was called to the
The reading of the minutes of the
previous meeting was dispensed with.
The contract ol John Cook and Henry
Diinker for constructing a new side
walk on Ohio levee between Tenth and
Twelfth street was read and approved.
J, S. McGahcy and Johu Reese appear us
security lor the lalthttil performance ot
the work. The work Is to be completed
within thirty days.
City Counsellor W. B. Gilbirt's bond
with W. B.Gilbert, M. F. Gilbert, W.
H. Green and A. B. Stafford as sureties,
wus approved. The bona is lor 2,000.
The bond ot John C. Talbot, as street
supervisor, was also approved.
UIDS i on STREKT FIM.INfl.
'1 lie following bids for tilling Walnut
street between Fourteenth and Fifteenth
Strrefn, ami t-'illuwitli betvvoon WuJ-
nut and Cedar streets, were received.
Win. Gearin will do tlie work for 20
cents per yard; Wm. Dalley, for 2:1
cent;; Micluel Galvin lor 24 cents:
Thomas Boyle, for 2-1 cents;
Kichard .Won li" cents, and
Thomas Mehan for 23 cents per yard.
Bids lor tilling f'ommorcial avenue
above Twentieth street were received,
as follows: Richard Nason, 43 cents,
Wm. Gearin, 30 cents, Thos. Boyle 33
cents; Thomas .Mehan 32 cents per
yard. The bids were referred to tho
street eommitteo with instructions to re
port at tlie next ra etiug o( the council.
A NEW BONO WANTED.
Alderman Wright stated thaf inasmuch
as one of the bondsmen of the city at
torney having died thatodieer.bo request
euto mc a new oonu. , .
The property holders on Tenth street
having given their consent in writing,
the petition ot Messrs. Major and Tesslcr
a-king the privilege, ot building an ad
dition to their shop, was granted.
Mayor Winter hero pot in his appear
ance and took the chair.
Tlie Mayor reported that he had released
Emma Taylor and Nettie King from the
city jail, on condition that they leave the
The Mayor slated that ho had been re
quested by a uqmber of aldermen to ap
point Mr. Wm. Brown to be health ofli
cer. He said he had always complied
with the request ol the council, but In the
present instance lie had a personal pref
ere ce for another penou. He hud no
objection to Mr. Browii, but lie believed
the man he ltai In ricvr would make a
Alderman llalliduy sig'ested that un
der the ordinances, appointments ol offi
cers could not be made at a called meet
ing, and tlie subject was postponed
until next meeting, and the council ad
journed. At l'reepri.
Mr. Oberly spent a d ay or two ut Free
port last week. The Suengerltst, com
posed ol the German singing socieiies of
the Northwest being in ceisiou there,
Mr. Oberly was called on for n speech.
Referring to his remarks the Freepoit
At till-, t diit Mayor JCrhon introduc
ed the I ..i. John II. Ohcrly, of Cairo,
Ills., wiiu delivered a most beauiilul and
eloquent ofl-baud uddress which Was re
ceived with the wildest outbursts of ap
plause, particularly when ho made some
hanov amilicatinn nt the inti.lil.rn-,,.,.
energy uitd perseverance of our German
The Freeport Evening Herald says :
Here Mayor Krohu, accompanied by
Hon. John 11 Oberly. ascended the stage,
when the Mayor Introduced Mr. Oberly
to the audience hv Gill In U till tt'Mfl nil
uble orutor-the best in this section of
the country -was an American, and ail
Americans can talk, and lie will now
speak to you lor a lew moments.
.Mr. Oberly then addressed the as
sembly in a brief, but mot eloquent
manner, saylug that (he mayor hud
taken him by surprise -he was not one
ol the Americans who can always speak.
This was an occiision he was not prepared
for. blithe Was Plniffn Iu. tlirro 'Hi,, ne...
limiimry remarks made, Mr. Oberly pro
ceeded with Ins address. His eulogj of
tno uerinans, their education, music,
liberality and eninvmmit w homopiiv
grand and eloquent, and we will not des
troy us ueauiy oy an attempt to give It.
TllOSO Who heard Me. (Ihnrlv tlmnnit
their appreciation ot his remarks by
utcir proiougeti encerlng.
Public notice Is hereby givm ihat we
will In pursuance of law. sell on tho l'tb
day of July A. D. 1S77, at ihe St. Chnrles
hotel, Cairo, III., at public auction, the
billow ing describeu baggage remaining
in our custody to pay tho uhnrma duo
thereon, to-wit: One trunk and contents
the property ot W. I!. Edwards of New
oik: one trunk ami contents tho nron-
erty of J. D. Boss, of St. Louis; one
valise anil contents me ptoneitv of MUs
C. Ilauslin, Chicago.
K. I!. Kti.vKW&Co.,
1-23 lOr. Proprietors, Cairo. III. i
Nhiimiii For ante.
The saloon opposite tho court houe,
lately owned and conducted by lAias.
lioecker. For particulars inquire on tho
premises, or ot George Lattner. tf.
To all who aro suffering from tho
errors and Indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss or man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
euro you, freo of charge This great
cmedy was discovered by a mlsaiouary
In Houtli America. Send a self-ud-dressed
cnvclopo to tho Key, Joseph T.
Inuian, Station 1), Blblo House, New
nave yonr .Honey.
Four pounds ben English soda for
23s. Four pounds best refined pearl
starch for 23c, at New York Store, fit.
A chain and blue locket. The finder
will be suitably rewarded by leaving the
same at my office. W. H. Morris.
Dr. Smith has removed his office to 21.
13th street, between Washington Ave.
and Walnut street, next door to his resi
A w hlto man and woman d'-ai. A i sit
uation, she is a good cook, and he jc
to take care of garden, cows and hordes
or any kind ot work. Apply ut M- F.
Vincent's lime store, corner of Ohio
Levee and Eighth streer. 11. Olhex.
Go to the New York Store and obtain
their prices, before buying elsewhere.
Kemember parties or families laying In
supplies, will be sold by this house
lower limn any other linuxe iu tin; dty.
Wood t U'woit I ! Wood 1 1 1
Tlie Cairo Box and Basket company
will deliver wood in any part ot the city
at $1.12 a load ; ulso kindling at 5 cents
a bundle. Orders may be It-It with W,
II. Mori is, secretary, at his office In tlie
City National bank building 27-23
for Sole or Re ill.
No, 01 Eighth street nearly opposite
the Methodist church parsonage, and at
present occupied by N. B. Thistlewood,
E,q.' Possession July 2d. Apply to
A. CoMixcs, Esq,
Or Thos. II. Towers, St. Catharine, Onr.
r.aruraton to ftt. I.onia to dpend Hie
Fourth ol' July.
Traiii will leave Narrow Gauge depot,
Tuesday evening July 3rd. nt C r. l,
Ample accommodations lor all who may
wich to go, irrespective of color. Tick
ets good tor lour days. Fare round trip
$1.00. Tickets lor sale at the office, and
by J. J. Bird.
In Rnu krup ley.
In the matter of Louis D. Tliotns
By virtue ol an ordir of Hit district
court of the United States for the south
ern district'of Illinois, I will, on Monday,
the 23th day of Junecurrent, at the hour
of ten o'clock A. M., at the south west
erly door ol i he court hoine, hi tho city
ot Cairo, sell at public, vendue lo the
highest and best bidder lor cash In hand,
all the outstanding notes and accounts
due said bankrupt's estate.
Cairo, Ills., June 19, 1S77
3t GEOittiF. FisREii, Assignee.
The majority of people suiter to a gi enter
or lesser degree from this aad affliction:
many unthinkingly cultivate it by iusnltl.
tlymasticating Iheir food; others whose oc
cupation Is of a sedentary eharueter have
forced on thorn, the executive use ot to
bacco, etc., ull tend to develop it. The
symptoms vary, one sutlering severely
after meals, another only slightly, coustipa
tionor diarrahea, flatulence, variable ap
petite, etc., are only t few of its unoleae-
ant eonsccpiences. Now what U required,
is attention to diet, ansUted by a remedy
which aids the natural secretions lu the ai
mcuiary cau:ii auu produces ugam a nor
mal solvency of food. Such a valuable
remedy is the celebrated Home Stomach
Bitters. 0-6 lm
A lew riiintt that we Know .
We know that a disordered stomach or
liver produces moresuQering than any oth
ercause. WokuowtUat very lew physt
clans are successful lu thee disorders.
We know that DaCosta's radical cure will
without the hludow ol a doubt, almost 1 .
mediately relieve aud permanently euro all
of the distressing i-ynip .miis. We know of
thousaii is who are vi ln t cti(y Ui.U
whatwes.y Is true io the i l. Ae
know tbut II you will giv it a r riai,
you will let us add y iur nam to the
"cloud of wituesfes." Wl i y u mvo It a
trial, and do It now? Trial eize only 25
cents, Sold by Karcla lit o
Prof. Paiker's Ph asani W-rm Sjrup Is
ncrfect'y sale and extreme y palntahle.
No physic required. Coats 25 .eut. Try
"J on arc aked ever) day through tlie
columns of the newapapeis nd by your
druggist to use something lor your dun
dyspepsia and liver complaint that ym
know nothing about, you got discouraged
upending money with but lltttln siiccex.
Now to give you a wittsfantory proof
Green's August Flower will cure you ot
dypepia nnd liver complaint with all Its
etfevts. such as sour stomach, sick head
ache, habitual contlvcuess, pa'pitatlon vf
the heart, heart burn, water-Urah, fullness
at the pit of the (torn aeh, y( How skin,
ted tongue, Indigestion, swimming of the
head, low spirits, Ac, we ask you to go to
Paul U. Schuh's and get a mimple bottle ot
Green's August Flower lor 10 cents and
try It, or a regular sio for 7J c i:ts. Two
iloi-cs will relieve you.
Cjiko, June 23d, IS77.
1 lake greal pleasure in recommending
Mr. II. Sliunuin to all those who have
pianos needing repair and tuning. I
have known and examined Ids work In
other places, and from my knowledge of
his ability I recommended tho vestry of
this parish to send lor him to tv.no tho or
gan In tlie Episcopal church. Ho lias
completed the work In tho most satisfac
tory manner. I would advise those
wl.xhlng to have their pianos put In first
class condition to secure his services as
1 believe such an opportunity is seldom
offered. I can guarantee that his work
will bo done satlstuotorily in every In
stance. W. II. Moiikis.
I tako great pleasure In adding a word
lu corroboration of the above recommen
dation. Prof. Sliuman has proven him
tell a superior workman by Die nuiiner
In which he has tuned our organ. .
II. II. Ianukk.
All persona wishing to learn the Ger
man language may avail themselves ol
the opportunity now offered by llcv. C.
Ditrsehiicr, who is prepared to give In
structlons in that language. Apply st
tho school room In the German Lutheran
church ou thirteenth street. 8t,
Cairo, Iudcois, MounAV Frxrto, I
IT JunaiS, la?;,
While there Is a slight improvement in
the demand for Flour, Hay and Corn,
the market Is In all other respects quiet,
and in about the same condition a at the
date ol our last issue. The improved
demand for flour may be attributed to
the fact that buyers, in their
anxiety to hold back until the
new crop comes In, have allowed their
supplies to get so low that they are una-
bla to hold on any longer, and are com
pelled to purchase at least enough to
tide them over the next three or four
weeks. Stocks on the market are very
light and scarcely eq.ual to the demand.
Prices are steady and firm at quotations.
.There Is a light demand lor
strictly choice grades of Hay, while
Hie stock on (he market
Is very small and receipts light. Com
mon and low grade hay U ple. ly and
dull. Prices are unchanged flu-re
is a la r demand lor choice w hi e corn at
prices quoted below. Receipts are uiea
ground the supply on tlie murket is
small There is very little doing In
Oats. There is only a light local de
mand, aud price are steady at StOc,
Receipts are light and the supply
on the market ;is limited Meal
is in lair supply, and good demand ut
2 6j(u)2 iO. Country is plenty and
dull Bran is in light supply, and
limited demand. Prices nre steady at
from 5,18 to 120 Potatoes are scarce
ami wanted. The supply on the market
is very light. Prices range from SOc to
$1 25 per bu-hel, according to quality.
There is a light demand lor
old potatoes for seeding pur
poses, while llmre aro uone on the mar
ket Old chickens are plenty and
dull at $2 23f52 30. Young chickens
are In lair supply and good demut.d at
$1 73 to $2 25 There is a big supply
of all kinds ofbutteron the market, and
prices are low and weak. Ciio ice is
w orth 17iSc There is an overstock
of eggs on the market ami prices are
lower. They sold in round
lots to-day at S0c Fruit ot
all kinds is becoming plenty and prices
are lower. Green apples are beginning
to make their appearance and are selling
from 20 to 10c a box There is no
change in the price ot other articles
The weather is extremely warm and
dry, though indications for rain are good.
Intelligence from all portions ol the
country contlrm previous reports ot
the good quality und excellent yield
of wheat. We understand some of the
best known mills In this part of the
county will commence to grind new
wheat w ithin the next week or ten days.
The new wheat to be gound comes from
River rates arc lower 23 cents
dry bbl und 12 cents per cwt.
cgOiir friends should bear iu m
that the prices here given are only
sales from tlrst hands in round lot- t
lllling orders and tor broken lots i
necessary to charge an udvam-e
There is a somen but In rove-i de
mand for choice fa ..ily m rades I he in
qury lor low grade If mr Is rtin w ij
light. Prices are steady at qu..tnii..i, ,
Stocks are light and hardly ,-qn il i , in,
wants ol trade. Sale- n-mil wen. 100
bbls. cho'ee family. $3 SO; 200 td.ii.
choice family, 3 73; 100 bbls. varii.ii-
grudes, GfoS 50; 330 bbls a u-
grades, $867,9 30;
There Is a light demand for elude
tlmolhy to good mixed hut ai prit
quoted. I'here is Vi rj linie oil lb. in r
ket. and receipts are light. Sales no . d
Were 1 ear prime timothy $12 B0; 1 enr
c'mlce mixed $12 , 2 oars prime timothy
There Is a lair inntul for clinic"
white. Receipts are light, and Mipply
light. Prices ure steady at quotations
Sales reported wen-: 2 cars w hite, in
bulk on I. C. track 47e; I car Fancy
white, In bulk. 5ih-; 2 ears white, in
hulk, mi C. tiiid V track. 48 :; 3 cir.-.
white, in sucks, on orders, 57e; 1.000
sacks white SOc ; 300 sacks mixed, 51c.
There is no demand tor oats. Receipts
are light but stilllcieut for the wants
o trade. Prices am steady at 38,703!le..
Sales were: 1 ear Northern in bulk, on
orders, 40c; 1 ear choice N irtliern In
nicks, 4 1.
The supply ot city meal on the market
is lair nnd prices are steady at $2.0.'xa)
2.70. The demand is about equal to tl.e
supply. IV e note sales of 230 bbls. city,
$2.C32 70 ; 323 bbls. city $2.70. Conn
try meal Is plenty and quiet. No sales
Bran Is steady at $lSto$20 per ton.
There is only a light supply on the m: r
ket and tho demand is limited. We
note sales ot 100 sacks $18; 50 sacks, $23;
130 sacks, SIS.
Potatoes aro scarce, ami In good de
mand. Sales wero made at prices rang
ing from 80 cents to $1 25, according to
quality. Tlicre are no old potatoes on
the market. There Is a light ileuia..d for
Young chickens are In fair demand at
prices ranging from $1 503 60. The
supply is small. Old chickens are
dull at $2 23(32 50. Wo note sales
of 3 coops old mixed $2 23 ; 1 coop
good old liens, $2 50 ; 4 coops young
chickens, $1 75 to $2 25 ; J coops young
There is a lulr supply of all grades ot
butter on the markot, and prices ire low
and weak. Common and low grades are
abuudant. Saks reported were 8 paok
ages choice I7(3)lSo; HO pall Southern
ages choice L18o; 20 pall Southern
a pauKBgns Hortntra Illinois, too. 1
Th. market U reratocketl. The r
celptstre hirgey 'and ihe doinKf Kght.
mces are a soade lowtr. Sale wow.
320 doteo, S9e; 100 d02en 8(;3 cases,
9c; 100 doien 0c. " '.J
Sales provisions were 2 tierces bacon
sides, clear, 8J ;c 1 tierce sholdm, CJc;
1 llerce sugar cured canvassed haras, 11c.
Sales lard were: 3 tierces ' kettle ren
dered, lOJc; 10 kega do 10c
Fruit of all klndi ! tweotnlB lehfr
and prices are lower. Raspberries are
lower and are now selling at from $1 HO
to $1 75 per crate. Several lot ol green
apples sold as tollows: 7 boxes common
green apples sold Saturday at 20; 20
HIDES AND T ALLOWV ;
Hides are higher, and we tiowanote
dry Hint m InftlUe; green salt.. 7o8o;
a.nl gr,.,., 7C. i ,n,, w ' Worti, 7(Si7,o.
ONIONS. . ..-,,T
T Hi l kit I- ll Ull a-heWn
detllii d Ilyh IV ih . r. 4 5lll 75
lor eledc. it-iiuw. a. il 4 $1.25 tor
good led. - -
f here Is un abundance of all kind ot
dried fruit on the mark ;t, with but little
demand lor any. Apples are worth 31
to 4c; and peaches, 7 to 8c.
ICE I ICE I ,
Huso, Loorois & Co., dealers in north
ern lako Ice, have removed their office
from tho corner of Eighth street and
Ohio leveo to the Ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering ice in all parts of the cltyg
Those desiring the cold stuff will leave
their orders at the new office, whem they
will receive prompt attention.
James Kavasaioh, Manager.
Camo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 5-17-lm
Room to Let,
Suitable for a bed room furnished or un
furnished. For particulars inquire on
the premises ot Mks. M. B. Uabbei.l. tf
GRAND GALA DAY
Under the Auspices of the
Of Cairo, Illinois, . -
At ST. MARY'S PARK,
The citizens of Cairo have contributed
liberally towards the
- hi in tho State out side of Chi
Fine exhibition and garden pieces
M-t oil. The tlreworks have been
d direct iroin New York
he m ilium ot Mr. Dan Hart
rof, . I. i, Thomas will uperin
Tlie .lav's entertainment will commence
i 10 it. in. with tin reading t ih
llMhL Of in?.W2
B YA YOU NO LADY,
To l'c l.illinveil by .
ouv. J,hn Ki. g of Paducuh,
rion. tvil iam riartzell, M.C.
Col- id. Orjsslaid, of 1-yila d.
rij... i. f Li i eg if, jf ua.fj. '
And i.iliei eoiim iii orators wlmimie been
Invited to attend.
Alter which a Trotting Itaee and a
(Inning race, open to all. Best two in
three lor purse premium. Entry fee of
$2 will be charged. For further par
ticulars address Messrs. P. Fitzgerald or
Phil Howard committee on races. ,
Suitable premiums will be awarded to
tlie successful contestant In climbing tlie
greased pole, sack racing, cathcliing
greased pig, base ball match, tat man's
race, slow donkey race, and other sporti
to numerous to mention.
Dancing will commence at 1 p. m. and
continue till 8 p. in.
At 8 p.m. the grand Are works du
ply will take place.
In tho evening the dancing will be re
sumed and continue till tho "wee sua'
EXCL USION ltATJbS, ,
Arrangements havo been made with
railroads at the to ilowlng rate : -Illinois
Central, Mississippi Central, St. Louis.
Iron Mountain and Southern, Cairo and
St. Louis, Mobile and Ohio . it one and
a tilth ratu tor round trip. Cairo and
Vincennes at greatly reduced rates,
which will te duly advertised.
Arrangements for excursions " Irera
vnrious points on tho river will be made
of whlrliduo notice will bo given.
tVniMITTKE OF ARRANfJ.VtVTS
JOHN P. HOLMES, Chairman.
T. M. LOVKTT, Secretary.
CI1AS. A. SALT, ED, DEZONtX.
CHAS. DELAY. CAHKYSITTRS.
DRS. CANINE 'A-WHITLOCK
Having en tered tutu isi-paili
imrtMtt ot iink.uaiu diuitUlrT. lu all iu
tranches, would reauce,tlttly inform tbo newt
inn th aervL-es ot t denial oiwraur, tMI Uwr
rl-red to attend to lltew wank) to rmrt
TtMftUlai of (acta om In Mma ta
ton maaiter. laaeitina artllleial f - -
ways with a viaw uf rwtwiu, aa hr as am-
UcalMt.ttialoet contour au t Batumi Inn
if 1k moat improTed method! aad au-artala
Tsh atnot4 abauiuMy wltbaat Mia y
iHSffZtLtlf Vei. -I aad
j at ta)a aad sotiott a mweal afcar af Ujaar pat
saan. . notTafaii. nw- -Ma.
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