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r.URO BUSINESS HOUSES.
pace, tn ttiln column under nropri(e headum;
liberate of pr moiitbor Uuryr
, . oayuble quarterly In udvuin;.
j llurilwnr. Move and Tlu War.
" A. HAI.T.riY-lenlrr In Stoves, Tin atidHaid
.. Uui'lnml UrmiV IniuloiwuU, Wire
'' i,xt, Hco-lgeriiUir, I'limpi na Udder.
ll'i fOiiirru-n-lul Avenue. Uuttttrloif, and Jon
. rKora done on short notice.
J, S. McO A H BY-Dealer In haril iiu'1 nfl turn
tin', llrxr1iiK, ncdinir, tiidtriR and iirf:u-et
luntlier, lain imt aliunde. 'Mil urnl yard
rorner 1 wentieth mreel awl WaahiuKton avenue
LANCASTER A HICK-Draterii In sh,
flour., IiMjuI", etc., hard ami mil limilier and
(libiKles. Vaid uni( ofllo, Cornmi n-uil atmiue,
i.rucr 17th street,
(''' tin re.
ii . iitvi i v- r i i.. i. ........... ..... rr..
I', it .-. v I ..1 . I in .iira-un , ;!( iiib,
I aiiipi an'l hII kinds ol fancy artlcl-m iimitm-i-
: in uveuur, turner ,ui pi'"'i.
WILLIAM WISTUt-Nlxlh stic.1 hi-lwi. n
'nmmcreialim-iiue aiilW'ulii,:tiii avenue.
4 lulliiiitf nm! lorcliiMit I itilurlnir.
JOHN A M III M -Meri mn I Tuih i hihI .1. .! r
In Heady Made tlolhinjf. 78 I Jhio
Mewl .lnle Audli'lcn.
M. .1. lIOWLIiY-Hwil KUH AKi-nt. Buy
mid wlU real esU'e, nulla-H rent. .) hi'
Uir uiiii-iesidenti eU:. Oiniiiii n iul avvi'ic,
tweeii iiith and Tenth lUceU.
I'OllllllllxlHU MTI llllllfl.
I oltun and Tulmi rn Kfleli.rfl and I ro
inietori of the fanner' 'I'otiiMU'ii Wurrhoii'.
t' A 1 :7 CimiMiieriial Avenue.
.t Itcmral liirwanlinir and Ori ih.iid
lllcrollMlf, lot (III: sale Ol I Mini, liMI'I'U, III-
iliard ami I'mry Produce. i nhin Levee.
EA. WIII.ELlKKAt O.-t,enen-l
Forwarding nrt'l 'nntii(nliin
o.frrlian', nml ileulrri in ull kimln f r mil iin'l
I'roilmii. til Ohio lrir. inlriiiii'-ittii nilif
ilnl, HifDi ilii lu id i linl on upi iin'i'iu.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Hoad Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
Traini Leave Cairo
!:20 p.m. Fat Kxprf", arriving In Kt.
Loulu p. m.; Llilcfi . "
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VlLLE FAST LINE
Arriving rl Cloclnnsti H-M, a m.; Lo'.ii
vllle, H.i'i, a in.; Iii'll niiipolii, 4.1. a.m.:
J'aimjDgcrii ly tbl train arrive Rt above
OF A. NY OTflEE KOUIE.
,1:.'!0 r. m. Fst Mail wild nlfcpi-r attach,
il. for ST. I.Ol'H mi'l ihi;.;o,
!rriying in St. I.oul- nt i::iO a.m. In
rairo at 4,"i p.m. (.'onniMllnif at fj.Jin
or Kl!':n(.'ham lit CiiKlnnatl, Loiilvii;e
FAST TIME EAST
?i.'Hi-n'.'ri4 I'.v tlil lini! po throMh to
tlie Kit vitljout any iK'hy catiH'il by
Minday lnt rvrjlii(r.
J'lte SATL'KUAY AKTKIlNOON 'I11A1N
FKOM CAli:) Al'.ltlVK-i IN NKW
VOIIK .MUNDAV M'JltMNU
AT 10' !
6 HOURS IN
OF AN Y OTHCIt HOLTS.
AilvertlM'iuctit of coiitpotinc lui'.-s that
they mike lietterUuic tlian tlii oni, art)
are fHueil titluT tbruinrJi Igr.orance or a
de-ire to niiltul the pulilif.
hor tlirouch tl:kpta and Inlonnation,
ipply at UlitolhContrul B. U. Duput, Cairo.
1HA1B AHIU Al lli.'J
i: p m.
I ; I', ii Uj.
Orn'l Souiiii ru Ajjt.
J. II. JONES. I I'-KCt A'.'l.
Ila.V nlUl W JUUI'lf Mum
iihe tnVcta "I crrorii ') aUi in!
hjv lne. lnbo(nl Keitoreil. Im
p.illiiituui In nwrrin'e rriuovfl.
iNew nfthml of trfcitnifnt. SfW
uii'l rrnmrkable ri niclicu. II k
ami rlrnilai wnl fn lu "ili''l
cnvvlur. A'l'lirs IIowaRI) A
aoi IATIOM. 41'J X. Nllllll '. I'hila
ilelphla. l'a. An inslllnliun hav
ing a lilKh irpinatinn lor honor
able couduct ami profreMonal
Toburro nml (
Mcrclinnt". grocers, ami nilooii-kci'ii''r
qliouM not !orh'ct tli:it Mesr. CorlU &.
Kankln, proprietor ol tlit! I'rairiis Stuto
Tobacco Factory at MVtropoll, havn
opened an esnoilsliiiuiit at the corner
of SixM Jtroet and Olti- loveo in tins
city where tlicy wil. rlo a wholesale ami
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand the larjjet
and most complete stock ol
obaeco and clears ever ojicnetl
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wanM of the trade at the
lowest living price. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
rielure nnl ilrarketa.
E. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. Ho has opened a
largo stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
ehromos, picture cord ami tassels, cur
tain tneK lancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture training made a speciality
chromoa mounted in t'je cheapest and
best style 1'"
M tinier Will Oiii.
A few years ago "Awju-t Flower" was
discovered to be a certain cure for dyspep
sia and liver complaint, a few thin dyspep
tics made known to their friends how
raily and quickly tiny hid been cured by
Its use. The great mcri's of Green's
August Flower became heralded through,
the country by otio sufl'or to unotlior, unt I,
wit out advertising, lis sale has become
Imir.euse. Drugulsuiu overy town .In the
I lilted Stales are felling It. No pewn
Millcring with soHitoinia'b,sijk headache,
e)!itlene..s, palpitation ol the hcarl, in li
vt!tion, low spirit, etc., can tAe Ibc-o
dose without relief, do to Paul U. S huh
"andgetabottlolorTJ cents an J try It.
:Ssniple bottles 10 cccts.
smve jour Min-'.
Foivr pounds beft English soda for
25c. Four rounds best reflnetl pearl
staroh for 25c, at New York Store, ."it,
amnion For Ml.
The saloon opposite tlm court house,
lately owned ami conducted by Chns.
Boecker. For particulars Inquire on the
prvmlwi, or ot George Lathier, tf.
S3 VADVANO 33
The liilglici of the aluiTa nrler mntt
at their hall the Ant ami IlilrJ Mumlay
n riw li iii'inl ii. Coaniwrulul uvriiuv, M iluor
outk ol tali mrni, utep m
Joiin Ii. lloi.nt, (!. Ci. M.
AM AUJN LCUtiE, SO, bl.
hntifliui ol Fythlus, mwUevpry frl
ti.y r.lKl.t at hull-pom ttvven, in Oil p
Ki-iiowa' Hull. Howe,
Chancellor Colli Jiut.'h r.
Al.KXANDKB LODi!., NO. M.
lu'lupmiOrnt Onlcr of (Mrj-tVl-
J-? l"Wn, III" KT. IHIHI-MI MipMI,
!r"' al tialf-iuuilaM'Vu. In tlH-ir tiuli un
VPiitir. Im'Iwm ii sixth mid Hevmili
Will K. luktN. N. i.
' Utlfd hNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F.-TiiH-f
n, 'M'l-IMloWii' Hull on llir flratand tlnnl
' n.i h. m rv..ry Iliolilh, at half-ptwt neveii
A .) IN J
f. tML'll.itmiK. NO. in, A. r. A. M.
ipr- , ri'i'iilur fc.iiiiiiiiiulration In Ma
Vi. a.niii' Hull, ruriirr Oiiniiifrrial avenue
eml hlKlub HtiiH, on the aerm.t anil
nih Mor.'l.iV ol each lOMilh.
It tl'IM III' 5VKH1SIMU.
IfKW hi II a lorailverlimiiK, are .lne ami pay
ahleiN auvaw a
Traunient ulvrtlcitiK will lie iiiM.rte-1 at tlm
rate of 1 MJ perMuare tor the Unit Ina.rliun
nml .Vi Rent for ex h tihaeiii'ul one A liiwrai
flUrminl will tie mwle on attin'lii.K amlili.pl
yor Inwrtlntf Funentl notli l on Notice ol
tueetlnK of uotletlea or aern t ordern cenU for
Church, Hocluty, Testlval ami Hupir notion
will only be inaerteil an advertiae rneuU
. K ailvertiwineiit will lie remivol at Wm than
Vi a-nt, ami no a IviTtiwnient will lie im.erteil
for linathan three dnllara tier month
mm. i. nrsivia vuicr.
Of one equrire (8 lines iitiee) or more, In-1
evrtcd in the Uitli.eti.s hs follow: (Lean
than one qimrn counted as a square.)
One ItiHtrtlon perfquare $ CO
Two insertions per nquare 75
Three lnnertiom per square 1 W)
Six inertlons per nqimre 1 "ii
Two weeks per square - 2 50
One month per rqnare H .V)
Special rate" made on larjre advertiM
Hients or lor longer time.
Till liDAY. JLN'E 2. IS77.
knnilny Nehool I'li iile
The train (or theSutnl ty School Picnic
nt Tunnel Hill and Hales Kitchen will
leave the C. A V, depot comer Commer
cial avenue- and I'll street at x o clock
Thursday morning, and for the accom
modation tit i'r-o:is llviujr in tho-ie
neizhborhofitU will stop at 'b, 12th,
llih, and .'mIi streets. :'t.
The work of moving the signal ser
vice ofllec to the cu-toni house is pii
inffon. Carpets and oileloiht s, the 11 nest i ver
brought to Southern Illinois, at J. Bur
The m xt regular monthly meeting
of the city council tike pla'-e on Tues
day evening next.
Ladies' linen .suits and dusters of ail
stylus at Burger's, 121 Commercial ave
The Illinois Central railroid com
pany's pay car was here yesterday, and
paid the employes of that road.
All the. lutcst p ttterns In glass fruit
j:trs and jelly glares at Ilartman's
ijuii'iiv:irc store, at lowest prices. 9-tf.
The register at Jailer Pat M -ihonpy's
hutel, show quite an increase of bould
ers within the pat three ilays.
A full line of new and idejrant straw
hats for ladies, gents and children
just received by Solomon P iriera, No.
1 12 I omuitrci.il avenue. 1 -23-3t.
The ferryboat Three States makes a
trip up the Mississippi river to-night,
with an excursion party of colored
The business In Judge Bird's police
court was lively yesterday iiiorninr.
There was a half tin n or more cases
Burger Is ofli ring the finest ol gren
adines, light summer dress goods, silks
and lawns at remarkably low prices, to
i:)oeout lor the season. 1-10-lm.
Wo are inlorincd by a Charleston,
Mo., gentleman, that that clly will send
a bur crowd to Cairo on the Fourth.
I.i-t the whole town cnine.
Siyenty-llve hogsheads of tobacco
have arrived at thej'lanter's Tobacco
Warehouse and will be otic re J for sale
The "Baby's Best Friend" is Dr.
Bull's Baby Syrup, since it maintains the
Baby's health by keeping it free Irom
Colic, DiarrlniM, elc. Price 2." cents per
Soloman Parelra.at the old stand,
144 Commercial avenue, Is now offeriug
his choice stock of dry goods ami cloth
ing at great bargains. Call on film.
The moonlight fete ot the Library
Association at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. William Gilbert, on Tuesday was a
success both in point of enjoyment ami
Burger's prices on fancy ami staple
goods are astonishingly low. Call on
him if you want to secure upright,
honest bargains. 1-10-lui.
The Episcopal Sunday school folks
go to Tunnel Hill and Hale's Kitchen, on
the Cairo and Vincennes railroad to-dy
The pio-iile liroiniscs to draw a large
For notions ami lancy goods of every
conceivable description, go to Burger's-
Ho is the king dealer of the city, and
never falls to give satisfaction. 1-10-lm
Tho Taylor Literary club, wc arc in
formed, alter standing for three years
tho ups and downs of this life, has drawn
Its last breath. Tho organization has
-Tho Cairo City Bindery, A. W. Pyatt
& Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work of eveiy description in their line in
first-class ami workmanlike manner, lm
Professor Ucntoon, the spiritualist of
Chicago, who was In Cairo for some
days, has' been clvlng the people ot
iiitu r inl
bnnd City a Itible ol hlfl ability at a
niodluiii. lie nm mniinbcr of nomce
there laxt wecck.
Burger's itoi'k ot dry jrood la un
doubtedly the very finest to be lound In
Cairo, and for lallxfactory bargains ladiui
ilioulj be ure to give lilin a call.
All thoie ol our people who ar to
lortunute as to own a liorte and bufrgy,
are requosted when out driving, to go to
the track In st. Mary's park ami drive
Justice of the Pence Comings, having
removed to .Tudxe Bro' ollice, corner
of Coiiiinereifd avenue and Klcventh
street, will he found in hi olllee from
8 to 12 o'clock, a. in., daily, l-IMf.
.Innehoro litis lieeii well represented
In Cairo Inr w veral tiny s pant. A num
ber ol her prominent citizens are attend
ing the Union county bond cane, now in
progress before Judge Baker In the cir
Persons having magazines, periodi
cal, etc., wbl ;h they desire to have bound
f-houhl take ihem to tlio Cairo City Bind
ery, where they will be dine at reasonable
rates and in first-c.lans order. 1-1 ui
-Morgan Abematliy, who as arrest
ed tor being in with Tom Ellis In the
horse stealing bit inei-s, and who broke
out ot the county J iil some time ajjo, Is
again in the hands of Sheriff Saup. Ab
ernuthy aas nrrceted near I xter, Mo.,
be had been working on s tunn
since he math: hi ecaie.
F. M. Ward has gone Into the ice
biihlnefs, and Is now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of the city. Orders left
withhlm will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the Ice delivered guar
antecd. 1 2-1 m
The late presidential contest en
gendered much "bad blood," which
coolness and judgment will correct.
The "bad blood" Induced by a perais.
tent violation of Nature's great but
simple laws requires not only coolness
ami judgment, but obedience to hygienic
measures and the proper use of Dr.
Bull's Blood Mixt-ire to Insure Its purifi
cation. Burger's dry good's house, No. 124
Commercial avenue, Is the palace store of
Egypt, and his clerks the most polite,
affable, and business-like men in the
trade. Be sure and give Burger a call
be lore you buy elsewhere. 1-10-lm
The liniera! ol Edward Morris, who
died in this city on Tuesday, took place
yesterday afternoon. There as a large
attendance ol ihe friends and acquaint
ances of the deceased, who was well and
favorably known to nearly everybody in
this community. The St.. Patrick's be
nevolent society attended the funeral in
a body in full regalia. Mr. Morris was
one ot the leading members of tho or
ganization. The rriuins wt re interred
at Villa Kidge.
Strangers who visit Cairo should
never fail to call on Burner, the mam
moth dry good? dealer. The display ol
fine goods in his establishment, 124
Commercial avenue, lias never been
equaled bv any house in Cairo. 1-10-lm
The arrivals at tlie Planters' House
vesterday were as lollows: C. K. Cooke,
J. T. Keen ami M. Mcrtle, St. Iouis;
G. W. Harbins, Anna, III.; (. W. Black,
H. II. Steiger, St. Louis; J. J. Honey,
Anna; S. A. Bcntoo, Mo.; E. Foster
Brown, Miss S. Francis, p. E. Francis
and 11. G. Francis, Memphis; C. II.
Couistock, Chicago; B. It. Walker,
New York; J. II. BanarJ, Virginia;
II. G. Loyd, Birds Point; E. Schwab,
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,
Wixtf.r A Stl art, Atfts,
If. - No. Ill Commercial Avenue.
-The young men of our city who
lately undertook to organize a Minstrel
Troupo on a scale never before heard of,
have disbanded and gone into Summer
quarters. The manager resigned on ac
count ol his inability to control the "ele
ments." The quartet blew the front of
Bross' block out and had to give up their
rehe irsal rooms to have the building re
paired. Tlie "gallus cuss" who shivered
the tamoorlne struck for higher wages,
ind tho gent who jerked forked light
ning out of the bones, threw up his posi
tion account of Jealousy, nr. so they re
tired one by one until now there is not
even one "little faded flower" left to tell
Jacob Klee, comer of Washington
avenue and Tweltth street, is now pre
pared to supply the citizens ol Cairo with
pure lake ico at the lowest living prices.
His wagon makes daily rounds, and will
deliver Ice In any part ot tho city. Ice
depot at corner Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, where all orders should
be left. 1 -2.tr
Tho following were the arrivals a
the St. Charles hotel yesterday : Y. 11.
Anther, St. Louis, Mo.; W. C. Benson,
St. Louis, Mo.; Chas. S. Gregory, St.
Louis, Mo.; W. 3. Pollock, Greenville,
Miss.: Moses Eastm.in, New Orleans;
Mrs. Sarah Kelly, New Orleans; T. I
Keating, Metropolitan Show; Tims. Jl
Williamson, Grand Tower, III.: Geo.
Barrlnger, Jonesboro; It. V, Dodge,
Chicago; J. M. Dodge. Chhtcago; S. P.
Parker, Cincinnati; It. M. Itankin, St.
Louis ; Mrs. Spykcr and daughter, Eiiz-
nbethtown, 111; J. C. Willis, Metropolis;
J. M. Kutus, Jr., Shawncetown 111.;
Bcnj. S. Bell, St. Louis Mo.; Phil. Eler
ton, St. Louis Mo,; John B. Gust, Cin
cinnati; J. M. White, New Orleans, J. C.
Stlnson, Grand Junction, Tenn.:
John II. Itolla, Cincinnati:
W. B. Ancher, St. Louis; Samuel
Collins, New Orleans; F. K. Canda, St.
Louis; Phil. McNiiUy, Clu ilntiatl; II. W.
Phelps, Chicago; W, B. It Ice, Cleveland,
Ohio; W. (I. Goodrich, Chicago: M. B.
Prlehard, Little lfoek; Jno. G. Mann.
Jackson. Tenn.; B. F. Blue. City; C. T.
Bowers, Memphis; Uenry White, Michi
gan; A. 11. Webster, Buffalo; F. S. Han-
sun, Chicago; J no, P. Biijges anl Jas
T. Johnson, New York.
We offer th lollowing special bar
gains lor a few days only : Full size
eleven quarter bed spreads at $1 00. .VHi
yards fancy dress goods wo th 20 "is. lor
8Jcts. 200 yards white Pique worth 20cts.
for 12)cts. 600 yards Crash worth l.'t-ts.
for lOuts. Wamsutla shirts, and l,2(i0
Uneu bosoms and cud's, best lu the mar
ket, guaranteed to fit, for ij l 2.", and nu.
merous other goods under price, fall
and see that we do as we advertise.
O. Haviiiohn & Co.
On Thursday, the twelfth of July,
Messrs. Hinklo and Thistlcwood, pro
prietors of the I'lanters' Tobacco ware
house, will hold a special salu of lino to
bacco, consisting of linn wrappers and
shippers. On this occasion, a number
of premiums will he offered, as lollows:
First. Premium ct Fifty dollars for
the best shipper sold on this day.
Second Fifty dollurs for 'ho best
wrapper of its cla31.
Third Premium of Twenty-live dol
lars tortiie best Kentucky shipper.
Fourth Premium of Twenty live dol
lars for the best Illinois shipper.
Filth Premium ol Twenty-live dol
lars for the best Missouri shipper.
Sixth- Premium ol Twenty-five dol
lars for the. best Tennessee Shipper.
Shippers to weigh not less than 1,1100
pounds net. Black wrappers to weigh
not less than 1.000 pounds net. Bright
WMp.Dcrs to weigh not Ies titan SCO
The tobacco to be offered lu these
lines, should lie forwarded belore tho
I.'niteil States llevenue Collector
John B. Willis, Is In the city.
Mrs. E. A. Burnett left the city for
St. Iiouis last night. She will remain
about two weeks.
Mrs. W. B. Gilbert ami her children
left the city last night for a visit to
frien Js. and relatives In Alton, Illinois.
Polk Jones, of Jonesboro, county
clerk of Union county, and Hon. Tom
F. Bouton, editor of the Jonesboro
Oazttie. are In the city, witnesses in the
Union county railroad bond case,
Miss Annie Pitcher, of this city, took
part in a concert given by Miss Emrra
Cardingly, of Mound City, at Stokes'
Hall, on Tuesday evening. Miss Pitcher
is a decided favorite with the Mound
Cityltes, as she Is with Cairo folks, and
was greeted with enthusiasm. Miss Car
dingly is one of Mound City's most
gilted muicians, and her concert was a
John Smith plead guilty to a charge
ol drunkeness and got live days in jail.
Judge Bird's police court was unusu
ally lively yesterday. The follovingare
tho cases disposed of:
Mike Negley was arrested lor being
drunk and disorderly and tor using
threatening language. He was lined
twenty-five dollars and costs and sent to
jail lor thirty days in default of payment.
' Pete Couley, who was too fall to be
tried on Tuesday, and who was given a
place In the lockup lor sale keeping until
yesterday morning was fined ten dollars
and costs lor disorderly conduct. He
had no money and went to jail for four
teen day .
Thomas Sullivan doped from a
freight car on the Illinois Central railroad
with a carpetbag, the property of an other
party, yesterday uiorninsf, aud was up
for a hearing In the afternoon. He was
held to bail In the hum of throe hundred
dollars to answer for his crime at the
next term of the circuit court. He
couldn't give security and went to jail.
A gentleman named Bartley went
Into a bawdy house on the corner of
Tenth str.et nd Commercial avenue,
run by a notorious woman named Alice
James. When he went in, Birtley had
a watch and chain worth forty-three dol
lars, and when he came out, he didn't
have It. Alice aud her husband, a man
na.ned Henry Murphy, were arrested by
Chief Arter for the larceny ot the prop
erty, and given a hearing yesterday af
ternoon. It came to light tnat the watch
had found its way into their hands, ami
Murphy had pawned It to Mr. Frank Ga-
zola, proprietor of the St. James Hotel,
corner ot Eighth street and the levee,
lor one dollar. Murnhv ami Alice were
both put under bonds of live hundred
dollars each, to insure their appearance
at the September term ot the circuit
court. They had no money, anil are
now locked up in thecounty Jail.
Keatolutiuii of Respect.
Adopted on the death of Edward Morris,
who died on the 20th day of June, 1877.
At a meeting of the St. Patrick's be
nevolent society, held at their hall on the
27th day or June, 1S77, the- following
resolutions of respect were adopted to
our deceased brother. Edward Morris.
Whereas, It has ploased the Al
mighty God to remove from our midst.
uy tlie unsparing uanti ot death our
worthy brother member, El ward Mor
ris: therefore be it
Jtoofct',.That while we bow in sub
mission to tlie uecrees ol Divine Provl
ttence our hearts are veiled In sorrow at
the loss of one endeared to us by the ties
of friendship ami aQection.
Ilcsolrtd. That we tender our svmna-
tniestotne lamuy oi me deceased in
their hour of bereavement.
Itnmktd. 1 hat a copy of the above re
olutlons be transmitted to the lamllv of
the deceased, also to bo published In the
Cairo Bii i tin.
J. M. HotiiX,
Commute on Ilcsolutions.
To all who are suffering 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
Linedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
Ininan, Station D. Bible Bouse, ;New
What "Cora rob' II n la any of fair
Mr. Emtok I have been for several
lavs past, seeking lor some one to whom
I could unburden my thoughts, Nud
have arrived ut the conclusion that yon,
of ull others, would bo the person, I
wish to make a lew remarks about the
cuisedness ol things In general, and a
4few things in particular, I am an old
citizen of this plare, and have always
taken a great intcrc i in our little city.
But It does seem to me that instead of
progressing, wo are alway digressing;
there seems to be no unanimity of
feeling among us nml no way ol
getting our people to work together.
I have watched with pleasure and pride,
the effort that are being made by the
Knights ol tho Mystic Krew, to make
their celebration a grand entertainment
ut home. Their object Is to attract a large
number ol strangers to vim our city on
the Fourth 'and to all.u.
comfort and pleasure when the. c me.
They have invited all the u:ll ut,
societies to join with them in the puotde
on (lint duy, but. what eiiciinmxi uient
do th'-y receive from then ? One society
only, the Arabs, and to their honor he It
spoken, have accepted the Invitation
Other societies have held meetinirs and
wrangled and wrestled with the quest ion.
and decided not to take part In anything
that would lend aid or ndililioinil hi true
tion to o'lr city, and the strangei who
vlsli us on Ihe Fniuth. One sucii ty went
so f.ir as to undertake to x"t up u grand
excursion and pio-nic up the river on
that Jay but whether they will, and how
much ot a success it will be if they do, re
mains to be seen. We can hardly think
that any one who has our city' inter
est at heart will take part in
such an atlair at this late day.
I think we should all remain at home,
and by our presence take nn active In
terest In entertaining our visitors; lei's
have a teaspoon! ul ol unanimity, once at
least. Yours, Cok.n Cob,
On Sunday the 24th, Inst., at 8 oclock,
p.m. "Haby Jacob" only son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Martin, aged three months
and three days. The remains were In
tered In the Villa Ridge cemetery on
Monday, June 25:h, at 4 p.m. The
warmest thanks ot the family and friends
ol the family are tendered to Mr. Wil
liam Morris, Miss Lucy I). Wilson, and
others, who so feelingly anil sympa
thetically conducted thejbeautllul spirit
ualistic burial services over the form ot
the darling, little, precious baby boy.
A. A. Ii.
MnMux OIiI lliiiie.
People who neglect their minor ail.
ments rarely live to make oi l bones.
The secret of hale and vigorous old age.
lies not only in taking care ol one's
health in early life, by the observance ol
sanitary rules, but also by judicious
medication when the premonitory symp
toms of bodily disorder manifest them,
selves. Indigestion, bowel and liver
complaints, are fruitlul causes ol injury
to tlie constitution. 'Ihese diseases
should be therefore, checked w ithout de
lay. The best medicine for the purpose
is Hostettcr's Stomach Bitters. Tu's
standard jirepaiation disciplines the di
gestive organs, gives renewed Impetus
to the bilious secretive function, and
exerts a bcnelicial tnlluencc upon the
organs of urination. It lias no rival as
a remedy for and preventive of chills
and lever and bilious remittents, inluses
vigor into the debilitated Iramc, and is
an excellent appetizer and nervine.
A lew TtiiuK that te Know.
Wo know that a disor dered itomath or
liver pioUutes luoreauileriiig thru any oth
er cause. We know that very lew physi
cians aro successful In these disorders.
We know that DaCoita's radical cure will
without the shadow ot a doubt, almost l o
mediately relievo and permanently cure all
of the distressing symptoms. We know of
thousands who are willing to testify that
what we say is true to tbe letter. We
know that it you will give it a fair trial,
you will let us add your name to the
"cloud of witnesses." Will j-nu.ivt I; a
trial, and do it now? Trial size only 2."i
cents, Sold by Barclay Bios.
Trot. Patker's Pleasant Wi'rin S. i up Is
prfect'y safe and extreme y palntatde.
No phy.de required. Costs 2ft ,eut Try
The majority of people tutfer to a Rieuter
o-ieser degree from this sa I nttliction:
many unthinkingly cultivate it hy in-uffl-tly
masticating heir food; others wh se oc
cupation Is of a sedentary chataiter have
forced on them, the excessive nso of to
bac.oo, etc., all tend to develop It. The
symptoms vary, one sullering severely
after meals, another only tll'htly, constipa
tion or diarraae a, flatulence, variable ap
petite, etc., are only a few of lis uunleat
aut consequences. Now what h required,
is attention to diet, assisted by a remedy
A-liii. li aids the natural secret lens in tbe ai
nicutary canal and produces again a nor
mal solvency ol loed. Such a valuable
remedy Is tin) celebrated Home Stomach
Bitters. 0-0 lm
Public notice is hereby given that we
will In pursuance of law, sell on the I2th
day of July A. D. I877, at the St. Charles
hotel, Cairo, III., at public auction, the
following described baggage remaining
in our custody to pay the charges due
thereon, to-wit: One trunk and contents
the property of W. It. Edwards of New
Yoi k;ono trunk and contents tho prop
erty of J. U. Koss, oi ssi. i.ouis; one
valise and contents tlc piopeity ot Miss
C. llauslin, Chicago. .
E. K.'Eunkw & Co.,
l-JU-lot. Proprietors, Cairo, HI.
Hooms on second floor of Winter's
Block lately occupied by Dr. Smith and
the Taylor Literary Society. Alo
store rooms in same building.
3t M. J. Howi.ky, Real Estate Ag't.
Go to the New York Store aud obtain
their prices, liefore buying elsewhere.
Remember parties or families laying In
supplies, will be sold by this house
lower than any other bouse In the city.
niteaa an Antagonist
That should be attacked tho Instant he
shows himself. Don't wait. At him
before ids nails are grown, and wipe him
out. The great alterative and invlgor
ant ot the &, llostetter'a Stomach Bit
ters, will speedily Inline such healthful
tone Into your organism that It will be
enabled to sucetsilully resist future at
tacks. The bitters prevenf
and remedy chills and fever
and billions remittents, and erati
cato dUpepsIa, constipation, liver com
plaint rheumatic ailments, urinary and
uterine difficulties. It Is particularly be
nellclal when the system has been
drained of its vitality or Is Inherently
deficient in strength. The nerves gather
from It both vigor anil tranquility. But
while It Imparts strength aud gives a
wholesome stimulus to 'he animal econ
omy, it dors not unduly excite It like the
cheap exhilarants sometimes resorted to
under the erroneous Impression that
they can Invigorate.
. Wood I Wood 1 1 Wood ! i I
The Cairo Box and Basket company
will deliver wood In any part of the city
at $1.12) a load ; also kindling at 5 cents
a bundle. Orders may be left with W.
H -Mori is, secretary, at bis office In the
City National bank building 27-25
Sor Hnle or K, nl.
No CI Eixhth street, nearly opposite
the Methodist church parsmiag", and at
present occupied by N. B. 1 Instlewood,
E-q. Posies. lou July 2d. Apply to
A. Comings, Esq,
Or I'hos. H. Towers, St. Catharine, Ont.
A white man and woman desire a sit
uation, she is a good cook, and he is able
to take care of garden, cows und hortes
or any kind ol work. Apply at Mr. F.
Vincent's lime store, corner ot Ohio
Levee and Eighth street. H. Oi.sen.
Karuralon to St.lanh to Hpend tho
Fourtb or Jul j.
Train will leave Narrow Gauge depot,
Tuesday evening July 3rd, at 6 p. m.
Ample accommodations for all who may
wish to go, irrespective of color. Tick'
ets good for tour days. Fare round trip
$4.00. Tickets tor sale at Ihe office, and
by J. J. Bird.
Ed. Braxton has returned to his ola
stand in the Reiser building, where he is
better prepared than ever to accornnio-
dite his patrons ami Ihe public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple ot nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. Ho cm
ploys olny first-class workman and tbo.-e
who patronize hun will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
Huse, Loomts & Co., dealers in north
em lake ice, have removed their ofliee
Irom the corner of Eighth street nml
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door be
low the St.' Charles hotel, aud are now
delivering ice in all parts of the citys
Those desiring the cold stuff will leave
their orders at the new office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
James Kavanai uii, Manager.
Caiho, Ilia., May 17, 1S77. o-I7-lm
JTEW AD VKlt TI.1E.M E. f SI.
Nitiie is hereby giv. n that an I'lnns uy,
.Inly 12tb, 1877, at tf n o'clock A M a f'e
oilice of tunr.iel Hrl!,y, justb.e if '!
peace, at Toledo, in Alcn.md r c unty
Illinois, I will fro etd t" I .t pui. c
auction, to the highest bidder, f r. ah io
hand, the despera e notes a i tuu judg
luent-, elairui aaduf'rtti oueowin an
belouglug to tbe estat- "I D ud J1 ns,
decease (of which e tite 1 am adoio ,tra
tnx) in persuance ol tm- u ii rt'y u ven
fur tt at p irpose by the joii 'y c ut- nf
said county at the Ju n nn th r-ot IR77.
d.twtd A udniiir i ix.
DRS. THOMPSON & McCREA,
No. Gl Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLS.
O. HARRISON LEACH, M D
Ecpeciai attention given to Homeopathic
treatment nt Mirui'-ai diseases, all ehronlc
disease and ill-cases ol wo in en and chill
di eo. O I lice on Jomtuercial avenue near
Mu tu street. CAlHo. ILL.
1. II. SIULKIV, 1). T. CilNIOAR, J. M. L.AK8DIN
MULKEY, LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Lw,
OFFIl'E: Commercial Avenue, at oftioe ol
Lineftar St lainideu
Sun please eoiir.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
lte of the St Charlea.
RATES: $2.00 PER DAY
Baggigo Taken To and From the
Sp ia Attention Paid to
TUG Best ijuallty of MEATS alway
DRS. CANINE & WHITLOCK
Having entered Into a co-parlnernhlp, IJ;r the
mirpoM nl' pructiuiiia- deutiatry, lu all it
IiruBChei, wmilil respeetlillly inform those neeil-ina-tue
service! of i dental operator, Jhat they
tie prepared to attend to their wanu lu (very
"iGe llllini of teeth ilone In ilia most tatiiluc
ory munner. Innertinx artiileial dentures, al
n iili a view of restoring, as lur a urao-
tieable, the lost contour aud natural nxprtwaiun
f th most improved method ami niateilala
Teeth enti-anleil ahaolittcly without paia by
aaing nllrona oide ra. ,
They eatead an invitation to all, to rail aud
tee them and solicit a lilieral share of ili. tr pat
onase. Workfuaranteed. Price! moderate.
W Cetantreial saue, Unrtea nth sad vtk iu
Tie Jim Fisk leaves for Parlurah at
The Jim Fnk's trips continue to bs
very light from Paducab."
The Storm No. 2, pasted by jester
day for St. Louis, wit IT three barges of
?etrell and barges which went
i rock, have returned to this
will lay np here. ' ' "
new and splendid tow boat,
... us Is the next M. V.T. Co's.
bo.it soutuh She leaves tit. Iiouis Satur-
The James Howard Is due from St.
LouU to-day for Memphis, Vicksburg
and New Orleans. She Is coming with a
big starter of freight.
The Raven came Into port yesterday
with live bariei of salt, two of which
she lt-lt here, and went on to St. Lout
With the otherihree.
The whifff was a very quiet place
yesterday. The Fi.k and A, C. Don
nelly were the o ly arrivals besides
The A. C. Donnelly came Into port
about nine o'clock Tuesday nlgbc She
gut about live hundred tons freight here
W'.icb put her fl it in the water, and de
pirted for New Oil-nun.
The Si L ml Republican say:
Clip i id n B Ii Haiti el ut Moui.o t ii
h is an HIHMia- m "111 ii or the r,.u s III
Cairo u the FlMli ol July. Hi- pro
poses to beat everything on the ground,
p ovidid muscle, wind and good train
ing can do it."
Tou are anked every day through the
columns of the newspaper anl by you?
druggiat to me something for your dt
dyipepsia aud liver complaint that yon
know nothing about, you get discouraged
pending mmcy with but lltttle tuceeai.
Now to Kve you a satisfactory proof
Green's Angiiat Flower will cure you of
dyspepsia and liver complaint with all its
effects, such as sour stomach, sick bead
ache, habitual costiveness, palpitation of
the heart, heart burn, water-brash, fullness
at the pit of the stomach, yellow skin,
ted tongue, indigestion, swimming of the
head. low spirits, io., we ask you to go to
Paul O. Schuh's and get a sample bottle ot
Green't August Flower lor 10 cents and
try it, or a regular size for 75 cmts. Tws-
d isci will relieve you.
GRAND GALA DAY
Under the Auspices of the
Of Cairo, Illinois,
At ST. MARY'S PARK,
i it eii . : us of Cairo have contributed
i erally towards the
i In the State out side of Chi
n- exhibition und garden pieces
t oil. The, tircworks have been
1 direct irom New York
ihe medium ot Mr. Dan Hurt
io ii I'rot.il. T, Thomas wilt superin
lend liu display
I he day's entertainment will commence
l 10 n. m. with the reading of the
B YA YOUNG LADY,
To be followed by
Gov. John King of Paducah,
Hon. William Hartzell, M.C. '
Col Ed. Crossland, of MayfleM.
rion. 0. T. Llnegar, of Cairo.
And odicr eminent orators who have been
Inyltcd to attend.
Alter wliicti Trotting IUce and a
Honing race open to all. Best two In
inree lor purse premium. Entry fee ot
$2 will be charged. For further par
ticulars address Messrs. P. Fitzgerald or
I'liil Howard committee on races.
Suitable premiums will be awarded to
the successful contestant in climbing the
greased pole, sack racing, cathching
greased pig, busu ball 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. ni.
At 8 p. m. the grand nre worxs ats
ply will take place.
In the evening the dancing will be re
sumed and continue till the "wee ima'
Arrangements have been made with
railroads at the to (lowing rates : Illinois
Central, Mississippi Central, St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern, Cairo and
at. Louis, Mobile and Ohio at one and
a tilth rate tor round trip. Cairo and
Vincennes at greatly reduced rate,
which will be duly advertised.
Arrangements for excursions frm
various points on the river will be made
of which due notice will bo glTen.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGMKNTS
JOHN D. HOLMES, Chairman.
T. M. LOVETT, Secretary.
CHAS. A. SALT', ED. DfiZOSIA.
CHAS. DELAY. CASEY STITES.
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