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JaIRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
Nate. Any business firm can have three line
ene, in thin column under appropriate heading
liberate of ai.tti per mouther lUper Ja
tayaule iiutrterljr iu advance.
Hardware, Ntovea Hud Tla Ware.
A. HALI-EY ller in Htovca.TIn end Hard
ware, Gaidenand fanners' Implements, Wire
inoda, Ittfrigurutom, I'Utiiptt ami Ladder,
lift Commercial Arenu. buttering, and Job
Work done on abort notice.
T. S.MVOAMiY llealerlntaardand tnftliun
Iter, Soorlnf, ceilinir, aiding and surfaced
lumber, lain and ihingle ofllne and yard
corner Twentieth street and Washington avenue'
I.AXCASTKft ft KICK-Deuler in tah.
ioora, blinds, tie,., hard and noil lumbar and
Mi(lci. Yard and ollioe. Commercial avenue,
oiuer 17th street.
D. II ARTS! AS Pealer in QueeriHWare, Tuya,
l.aui) and all kinda of fancy arlicl. Cumiutr
:'ul eveuue, coruei Ub elwel,
WIM.IAM WISTKIl-Sixih street between
,'uiuiuereial avenue and Wanliiniftou avenue.
4 tolluiitf aud Merchant fullering.
I 01 IN A NTMM -Merchant Til.,r and dealer
lu lli-edy Made UoUiUif. 7 Ohlu Levee.
Heal t Hlale Ag-mi-li-a.
il. .1. HOWJ.KY Ileal Kitale Airent. lluyi
iid re.d eaU'e, cullcr.la renta, pays Ui i
lur noii-reaidente etc, Commerciui aveuue, be
tween N'niili and JVmIIi HtiueU.
Coltou and Tobacco r'acfom and pro-
rntor of Ul farmeri' Tobacco WureliuUe.
i't A Ytl CVillillimenlal Avrune.
lAsTEft Villi I'
i (rturraJ 1 orwuHinK and C'r.m -mon
merchant, for ihe tale r rutin, Oaidcn, Di
li an I and Dairy I'roduoa. (tliio Levet.
EA. WIIKEI.IX K t O.--Uenrrid
rorwurdiiiK ami loininUalna
merchant, and dealers iu ull k Inda of Kruil and
I'UMtuce. M Ohio Levee. I oini(fiillit-uU mile
itrd, Hieui ila furnclii-il on application.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Hoad Running Two
Daily Train" from Cairo.
Trains Leave Cairo
J:20 p.i". Fast hxpren, arriving in Ht.
tout e&i p. in.; Chicago, 7:, a.m.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VlLLE FAST LINE
Arriving; n ClDCinnati H:.')0, a m.; Louis
ville, .!i,ini. Indl tnapoli, 4.15 a.m.;
l'us.engem by tbi train arrive at above
OF ANY OTHER ROUTE.
.HTO p. m. Kan Mail with epcrs attach
ed, for HT. 1.0 LIS and CHICAGO,
arriving in St. Louis at ti-.ao a.m. Chi
r aifo at p.m. Connertiiifr at Odin
or KttiriKbam tor Cincinnati, Loulville
FAST TIME EAST
fattaeni-'eri l'7 thin line go through to
the Kat without any delay caur-ed by
I'he HATUKDAY ArTKHNOON TllAIN
KKOM CA1KO AHK1VKS IN NEW
YOKK JIONUAY MOUIVINO
36 HOURS IN
nr A V Y nTIIHIl KOL'TK,
AdvartiavmroU of coinpetinc hues that
they make better time than thia one, are
are lnued either tliroutli ignorance or a
deatre to mislead the public.
Kor through tickets and information,
ipply at Jlllnolr) Central R. It. Depot, Cairo.
TRAINS JlRBIVa AT CAiaO
. 2:x p m.
Oen'l fcoutlicrn Agt.
J. II. .lovr-H. TI Vet Agt.
IUiv r-Ur lo iuiiiiK "':" iron,
'ihe tVrcvt of errora and abueca in
kj H earlv We. MaiiBorxi rieaioren. nu- M
rn imnmniu u) rriarriaxr ri-iii,ini. p(
New irrlhmt of Irealrnnit. New
2 amt remarkable rcmcdica. Unolii JT
tnj and circulara aent free in fealnl;y
" J3 envel'ipn. Adiirrna lioARnA-S
W aotlATloK. 414 N. Sinlh I'hilaa- pq
) delphia. I'a. An imtltulion bav-
ini a high reputation tor boir-"
iable conduct and profeasional1
Tebaere aud Hirn,
MtrclianU.grocc rg, anJ ealoon-kt'cpirs
ahauld not loret tbut Messrs. CorlU &
Rankin, proprietors ol the l'rairin State
fobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an e.-daolUliment at the corner
of Sixtn street and Ohio levee in this
city where tlwy wil. do a wholcsule and
retail business in the tobacco and cirar
line. They have on huml tlie largest
and most complete stuck 01
obacco and clears ever opened
in Cairo, atid are prcmirod to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living pricnu. Dealers are in
vited to rail and examine their stock.
Mel urea anal Hrarkcl.
E. C. Ford has removed bis Variety
liraekat store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street, lie has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
cliromos, picture cord nnd tassels, cur
tain tassel fancy nails, bat racks, etc.
I'icture lratuiug made a speciality
(,'hromos mounted in tie cheu pest mid
iH'St style. I iu
Murder will IMU.
A lew years ago "AnguH Flower" was
discovered to be a certain cure lor tfyspep
aia and liver couiplaiut, a few thin dytpep
ttvi made known to their friends bow
easily and qnlekly tlisy had beeo cured by
Its niie. The great merit ol Green's
August Flower became heralded through
the country by one miller to another, tint I,
witi. out advertising, Its sale hat become
Imtreme. Druggists in every town iu the
I'nlted States are selling It. No person
kufferirig with sourtotnach,sl:k hesJa-hd,
t'ontivencts, pa'pitution of the heart, indi
gestion, low spirits, etc., can take these
doses without relief, do to I'aul 4). S'luih
and get a bottle for"J eeuta am! try II,
Simple bottles 10 cents.
Have yonr Money.
Four pounds hest English soda for
25e. Four pounds best rellne l peiirl
stnrch for Wc, at New V'irk Store, "if,
hihou Fr Nine
The saloon opposite Ihn t'ourt house,
lately owned and conducted by Chas.
Boecker. For particulars Inquira on the
pnunlias, or of George T.atttier. tf.
BEO&ST BOODJ TIES
lb knlffhta el the above ord-r mat
at their half the nrt and third tlondar
n acn monlli. Cominereial arcnue, !!d door
ouiu ol t.in aireei, ate p ro.
JOHH II. HoLIIKSi 0. (1. M.
ABCALON LODGE, NO, 61.
Knirbls of I'ythiai, meet every Irl-
nay nifht at luur-pwl atven, in umi
lows' Hall. Ifowa,
ALEXANDRE LODGE, NO. iU.
JH "V. Indeocnilenl Order of Odd-re.
I low, nwru every Thoreday night
"ira.ii, ai naii-iiaai aeven, in ineir nail on
JouinK-rr lal avenue, lielwran 81xlb ni Heventb
trtita Will K. llAwams. N. O.
1AlltO KNCAMVMENT, I. 0. 0. 1"., meeU
Ju Od l-Ki llows' ICall on the Brat and third
I Kiwlay in every month, at balf-paet seven
A. Comiwus, C P
Jft ""cAIHOLOIMiK. N0.237.A.F. ft A. M.
tkv ""'d regular cominuniimtions in Ma
aonic Mull, corner Ikimmerclal avenue
xan1 tciplith atrret, on the second and
''urth Monday of each inonlh.
RtmOK klVK BIHIXU.
tAll bills for advertiiins, are due and pay
able IX ADViHCa
Traneienl advertising will be inserted at the
rat uf tl W per square for the flrat lua.-rlloD
and V oeuU for each ubauent oue A liberal
Uucount will be tua.lc on standinK and displ
for inaertiuK Funeral notice 11 Notice of
mectiuK of aocietiea or secret onlers 60 cent for
Church, Society, Feetival and Supper notices
will only be inae.rted a ailvertUeme.nl
K advertiaeuient will be received at baa than
60 cent, and no auvertiaenwnt wdl be inaerted
for leaa than three dollars per month
i.ocai. Hi Niivf. Miitei
Of one square lines space) or more, In
serted in the Ui'I.lkiin as follows : (Less
than oue square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ 60
Two insertions per square.. 7o
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 60
One month per aquai. 3 60
Special rates made on large advertlao
nients or for longer time.
SA'M'IIDAY, JLNE 30.
FOl'RTH OF JULV,b77!!
The Illinois t'entnil Kailrond (Cairo
ami St. Louis Short Line) will fellexcur-
sicn tickets Irom tJuiro to hat St. Louis
and return at one and one-fifth lare
(0 CO) for round trip. Tickets good to
return until .Inly 'ith inclusive.
;t. General Agent.
.1. H. Jovm, Ticket Agent, Cairo, 111.
THE KHIGHTS OF THE MYSTIC KBEW.
Will rent out ten relreshmt nt stands at
St. Mary's l'ark on July the 4th. No
liquors or Intoxicating drinks allowed.
Bids to be left at I'aul Sclmh's cigar store,
I. oral II rev i tie.
The circus people are booked at the
Carpets Rtidoili lotheg.thc finest ever
brought to Southern Illinois, at J. Uur
Ladies' linen suits and dusters of all
stvlts at Burner's, 1 24 Commercial ave
11c sure and attend the great Metro
politan to-day. It alves one ol the best
All the latest patterns In glass fruit
jara and Jelly glasses at Hartman's
queetisware store, at lowest prices. 9-tf.
Three hundred and fifteen tickets
were sold to the Episcopal Sunday school
pic-nlc at Tunnel Hill on Thursday.
Fob. Rknt A bouse on Twelfth, be
tween Wuluut and Cedar streets. Apply
to Mrs. John Betclier, on Thirteenth
street near Washington avenue. 2'J-tl
- Let everybody who Intends going to
New Madrid on the Idlewild this morn
ing be ready in time. She leaves at ten
A full line of new and elegant straw
hats for ladles, gents and children
just received by Solomon Pariera, No.
142 Commercial avenue. l-23-3t.
Burger Is offering the finest of gren
adines, light summer dress goods, silks
and lawns at remarkably low prices, to
close out lor the faison. 1-10-1 iu.
Chief ol Police Arter scut thirty-four
dogs the way of all llesh last. Wednesday.
He shot them, and yesterday he put bis
head dog-catcher In jail for stabbing
Soloraan Parelra, at the old stand,
144 Commercial avenue, la now offering
his choice stock of dry goods and cloth
ing at great bargains. Call on him.
Burger's prices on fancy and staple
goods are astonishingly low. Call on
him If you want to secure upright,
honest narenins. 1-10-ltn.
For notions and fancy goods of every
conceivable description, go to Burger's
He la the kiug dealer of the city, and
never falls to give satisfaction. 1-10-1 in
-The Cairo City Bindery, A. W. Pyatt
ct Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work of cvety description in their line in
first-class and workmanlike manner, lm-
Burger's stock of dry goods is un
doubtedly the very finest to be found In
Cairo, mid for satisfactory bargains ladles
should be sure to give him a call.
1-10 I m
Mrs. Celina Bastion, and Mr. ,!o
sepia Usslleis, were married at the resi
dence of this bride's brother, Mr. Kd
Dc.ona's on Thursday evening by Squire
Justice of thu Peace Comings, having
removed to Judge Bross' office, corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will ho found In his office from
to 12 o'clock, a. in.,, dally. l-tt-tf.
Persons having magazines, period l
cals, etc., which they desire to have bound
suouia laao mem to tne Cairo City Bind
ery, where they will be done at reasonabl
rates and In flrst-class order. Mm
The chief of police say that the
streets ol the city must be cleaned, and
kept clean. Any person who throws
rubbish of any kind In tbo public
ihoroughfa-cs will be arrested and proe
ccutcd to the full extent of the law.
F. M. Ward baa gone Into the Ice
business, and is now delivering pure lake
Ice iu all parts of the city. Orders left
with blm will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
antccd. 1 2-1 m
Burger's dry good's bouse, No. 124
Commercial avenue, is the palace store of
Egypt, and bis clerks tbo most polite,
affable and business-like men in the
trade. Be sure and give Burger a call
before you buy elsewhere. 1-10'lm
The beauty of the ladles ol Balti
more has become the standard of com
parison the world over. They maintain
that peculiar clearness and richness o'
complexion by the occasional use (as
required) of Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture.
Strangers who visit Cairo should
never fall to call on Jlureer, the mam
moth dry goods dealer. The display ol
flue goods in his tstablinhment, 124
Commercial avenue, has never been
equaled by any house In Cairo. 1-10-ltn
For sale by Winter A Stuart, a sec
ond hand piano, a fine Instrument war
ranted to be in good order. For price
and terms call on or address,
Wl.NTKH A SrL'ART, Agts,
tf. No. Ill Commercial Avenue.
Jacob Klee, comer of Washington
avenue and Twellth street, is now pre
pared to supply the citizens ef Cairo with
pure lake ice at the lowest living prices.
His wagon makes daily rounds, and will
deliver Ice Iu any part of the city. Ice
depot at corner Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, where all orders should
be left. 1-2-tf
-Mr. Fred Miller, the general passen
ger agent of the Cairo and Vlncennes
railroad, left this city for a trip over that
road yesterday. He went for the pur
pose of making arrangements with the
various societies in the towns along the
road, to bring them to Cairo on the
Fourth of July. The Cairo and Vin-
cennes it is expected will bring a thou
sand people to the great celebration.
Prejudice, which is only crystallzed
obstinacy, often rules In the physical
treatment of babies. They aro allowed
to suffer and scream with pain Irom
colie, Flatulence, bowel disorders, etc.,
when some simple, reliable and safe
remedy as Dr. Bull's Daby syrup would
give almost Immediate relief and perfect
ease to the little sufferer, .'.'rice 25 cents
per bet tie.
We offer the following special bar
gains lor a tew days only: Full size
eleven quarter bed spreads at $1 00. 500
yards fancy dress goods wo.-th 20cts. for
SActa. 200 yards white 1'ique worth 20cts.
for 12Jc(s. 500 yards Crash worth l.rcts.
for lUcts. Wamsutta Bhirts, and 1,200
linen bosoms and cutis, best in the mar
ket, guaranteed to fit, for $1 25, and nu
merous other goods under price. Call
and see that we do as we advertise.
O. Hiytiiok- A Co.
Arlington Hotel arrivals yesterday:
D. Dcabl, America, III.; D.K.Mason,
Paduoah, Ky.; A. B. Clark, Orayville;
John Kingsley smi wife, Mich.; Eli
Perkins and Jno. Smith, 0ulncy; A. B.
Stewart and It. P. Webster, Cincinnati,
Ohio; B. S. Bell and Geo. Moody, St.
Louis; S. N. Sawyer, Miss L. Montgom
ery, Miss Minnie Lippell, Villa Ridge;
C. H. McKaven, Clear Creek; B. F.
Dressier, Chicago; A. Barren, St. Louis.
Q. 1). Geniyman, Wolf Island; J. W.
Kennedy, John Once, New Orleans;
John Taylor, Anna 111; Miss Kendrick.
Charleston, Mo; Cbas. A Lovering, St.
LouU; L. W. Copeland, Joppo 111; S.
B. Green, llinklcville, Ky;
Pat Dcvine, iuibided so freely ou
Thursday night that he got almost wild.
He wanted to whip everybody be met,
and when Officer Henry Sargent went to
look for him, be attempted to demolish
him. Mr. Cody, Henry's partner, how
ever, got one In on Pat's ear with bis
"billy," just in time to save Henry the
blow that was intended lor b'm, and Pat
was taaen to the lockup. He was given
ajhearing before Judge Bird yesterday,
and fined fifteen dollars and costs, and
sent to the city jail to board it out. He
bad no money, like many of the rest of
The members of the Taylor Literary
club are somewhat miffed at us for
saying the club had "busted." We
were informed by what we supposed
good authority, that the Institution
bad "gone where the woodbine
twinetb," and gave tlio report plac,
merely as an item of news. We are
glad to learn that the club has only gone
Into summer quatters, and that it will
again loom up In the fall. The mem
bers ol the Taylor club are ot the Rev.
Dillon-Lee's "Summer souls." They
cannot look to literature and nigger
shows unless the weather Is favorable.
There Is considerable feeling and
much talk Is being Indulged In by the
members of the St. Patrick's Benevolent
society at the conduct ot thu priest at
St. Patrick's church, during the services
held at the funeral ot Edward Morris,
on Wednesday, When the members ,ot
the otdcr had all got into the church, and
the time for the service to begin tl:a
priest announced his determination not
to proceed until the members of the or
der had stripped themselves of the
shamrock and the balanee of their re
galia All but four or five lelt the church
in anger, and we are told by a prominent
member ol the order, that the action of the
priest will result In his removal from
This afternoon and evening, - the
great Metropolitan, one of the greatest
shows traveling, will exhibit" In Cairo.
The entertainment given by this organi
zation is said to ke fine In every, respect.
In its ranks are found men and women
acrobats and equeitrlaok equal to any
in the profession, lue herd of wild
Broncbo horses Introduced at cacb per
formance are the most perfectly framed
and intelligent animals before (he public.
Their like has never been seen, . and to
miss seeing Ihcui now that we have an
oppcrtuultv, would bo neglect. The
horse Nettle, the champion leaner of the
world, is indeed a wonder, Hit owners
offer fifty thousand dollars for his coun
terpart, a horse that will leap over six
horses standing abrcst, which he posi
tively docs. Besides, the great Metro
politan is full of other Interesting fea
tures, and everybody who possibly cau
should go and sec ft. The admission Is
only titty tents,
-H Is reported that the negro, Riley
Covington, who was arrested Iu this city
last Sunday by Chief of Police Arter, for
killing two negroes in Osceola, Arkan
sas, and who was takcu to Osceola by
tho marshal of that city, was killed by a
mobunbi arrival there. The story
goes that while Covington was walking
from tho steamer on which he and the
marshal took passage from Cairo, to tl
jail, a mob of white and black citizeas
surrounded them, and demanded that the
marshal should deliver the prisoner to
them. The marshal refused, and the
crowd set upon him. He was overpow
ered and the negro seized and taken to
the woods at the outskirts of the city,
where he was put to a most terrible death.
team of mule s was enlisted for the
occasion, one of which was bitched Co
the neck of Covington, with a rope, and
the other to his feet, and started lu oppo
site directions. He was literally pulled
to pieces. A gentleman who resides in
Osceola, and who is now in our city, in
forms us that there is not ttie shadow of
a doubt in regard to the unfortunate ne
-The new steam ferryboat Nebraska
City No. 2 has been put in at Greenfield's
(upper Cairo) lerry, and hereafter will
make regular daily trips, as follows:
She will laud at Cairo at 7, 9 and 11
o'clock a. in., and l.:tO, 3:30 and 6:30
o clock p. in., on week uays; arm on
Sunday she will mtke lour trips, leaving
the Cairo landing as follows:
8 and 10 o'clock, a.m. and 12 in. and 6:30
o'clock, p.m. This Sunday arrangement
is made to suit all classes. Those of our
people who wish to visit Missouri and
cannot spare the time during the week,
can take Suuday for it and spend the
entire day from 8 a.m. to C:30
o'clock p.m. in .Missouri. This
will give them ample time to visit
Charleston, or go almost any distance
into the country they may desire. The
10 and 12 o'clock trips are made for Ihe
convenience of Missouri people who
may w ish to attend religious services In
Cairo. The establishment ot this ferry
will be a great advantage and conven
ience to its old patrons, and will bring
to Cairo considerable trade that has lor
the last year or two gone to Charleston.
The new ferry is a permanent Institu
tion and we wish it success.
There Is considerable feeling among
the colored people ot the city over the
manner in which old roan Jimuiie
Brown, who met bis fate while in the
act of stealing cabbage from Mr. Latt-
ner's garden, was bustled into his grave.
The old man received bis injuries on
Saturday morning between three and
four o'clock, and died the following
evening at ten o'clock. The body was
burried the next day in the afternoon.
No questions were asked; no iuquest
held. While the colored oeoDle are al
most unanimous in the belief that Messrs.
Lattner and Heim were justified iu what
they did, they at lhc same time cla'ra
that the matter should have been In
vestigated according to law that all the
facts in the case might have been known.
There is reason and justice lu this claim.
An inquest should have been held; it is
the law, and the law should be
complied with. We understand
that Messrs Uelm and Lattner desired
that an iovestigatioa should be held,
and so expressed themselves to the offi
cers of the law. And they were right.
It would have been better tor them had
an iuquest been held; and we may add
It is not too late yet aud they should
demand an Investigation. An Inquest
eyen now will put the whole matter to
rest ; otherwise there may be trouble
la the mture. Of the fact that thia
whole affair has been loosely managed is
certain. The officer whose duty It is to
attend to such matters, Is either Ignor
ant of his duties In the premises, or hat
been willfully negligent.
alilug old llenee.
People who neglect their minor ail
ments rarely live to make old bones.
f he secret of hale and vigorous old ago,
lies not only In taking enre of cue's
health In early life, by the observance ol
sanitary rules, but also by Judicious
medication when the pretnonltorv bviod-
tomi or bodily disorder manifest them
selves. Indigestion, bowel und liver
complaints, are fruitful causes ol Injury
to the institution. These disease
should be therefore, checked without de
lay. The best medicine for the Durnose
Is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. This
standard preparation disciplines the di
gestiye organs, Rives renewed impetus
to the bilious secretive function, and
exerts a beneficial Influence upon the
onrans of urination, it has no rivnl
n remedy for and preventive of chills
and fever and bilious remittents. InftiRcs
vigor into the debilitated frame, and Is
an excellent appetizer and nervine.
Public notice is hereby given that we
will In pursuance of law, sell on the 12th
day of July A. D. 1877, at the St. Charles
hotel, Cairo, IU., at public auction, the
following described baggage remaining
In our custody to pay the charges due
thereon, to-wlt: Oue trunk and contents
the property of W. R. Edwards of New
York; ono trunk and contents tbe prop
erty of J. D. Ross, of St. Louis; one
valise and contents the piopetty of Miss
C, Hauslln, Chicago.,; t i . ,
E. R. Eoniw A Co.,
1-iiMut. Proprietor-, Cairo, 111.
Cairo to Chicago and Return
Via CAIRO & VINCENNES R.R.
Tickets good going July 1st, 2nd and
3d; and for return, except July 4tb,
until July 7th. For further Information
apply to Rout. Castles,
30-31 Ticket Agtiit.
the aieiiT or the rovavrii.
The (Jraad Dlnpliiy of Firework, at
i. siiirj rarh.
Below wc publish the programme for
the display of fireworks at St. Mary's
Park on the night ot the fourth. It will
be the grandest sight of thu kind ever
seen in this section of country t
First. Grand ascension ot bsloous.
Second. Flight of rockets and an
Illumination ot tho whole park with col-
ored tires red, white, blue and green.
Third. Illuminated revolving wheels
and candle battery of colored stars.
Fourth. Gallopadc A long arm re
volves with; lightning rapidity ; within
the circle of lire revolve iu coutra-direc-
tious two Saxons, charged with spur tire,
the whole forming varied and lantastlc
Fifth. Ascension of the 13 foot me
teoric baloon, which as it rises, at difler
ent heights, discharges its meteors, stars,
colored fires, etc. To be followed by the
flight of parachute rockets sending out
floating stars, etc
Sixth. -Diamond Star It Is a revolv
ing wheel w Ith colorei! centre chnng
ing to a sun, and ends with explosions.
Seventh. Polka Battery Composed
of two Hying wheels, each with centre
of green and crimson, mutates to candle
battery, tilling the air with colored stars
amid heavy explosions.
Eighth. Saxon Cross -In colored
lance tires, presenting a diamond cross
centre ot revolving lire, flanked by
Mexican jets, ending with report'.
Ninth. Silver Glory Conslr-tne of
centre of contra revolving Saxon wheels.
with colored Pot de Feu radiating to cir
cumference of cases of bril'uant fire and
ending with reports.
Tenth. Aurora One of the finest
pieces, representing the sun and un Au
rora Bore alis.
Eleventh. The Polka Consisting of
revolving Saxons und colored c nires.
Twelfth. Turkish Cross A beautiful
piece ol gold, silver and other colors,
in fine oval curves forming ttie cross.
Thirteenth. Chinese Fan A revolv
ing wheel with crimson renter, mutates
to battery of colored candles, which dis
charging at rapid intervals form a com
plete tan of flrey sprays.
Fourteenth. Monitor Battery Is the
last piece. It opens with discharge of
heavy battery of colored candles tilling
the air with myriads of stars, ending
with explosions of mines. This will be
accompanied with rockets, miues, gener
al illumination, etc.
All the above pieces to be interpersed
with rockets, Roman candles, mines, etc
Diaeaae t au Anlagoalat
That should be attacked the Instant he
shows himself. Don't wait. At bim
bcl'ore tils nails are grown, and wipe him
out. The great alterative aud iuvigor-
aut ot the age, Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, will speedily infuse such healthful
tone Into your organism that it will be
enabled to successfully resist future at
tacks. The bitters prevent
and remedy chills and fever
and billious remittents, and eradi
cate dispepsia, constipation, liver com
plaint rheumatic ailments, urinary and
uterine difficulties. It is particularly be
neficial when the system has been
drained of its vitality or is inherently
deficient in strength. The nerves gather
from it both vigor and tranquility. But
wbtie it imparts strength aud gives a
wholesome stimulus to the animal econ
omy, It does not uuduly excite it like the
cheap exmiarants sometimes resorted to
under the erroneous Impressiou that
they can invigorate.
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Reiser building, where he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
be has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He cm
ploys olny first-class workmauand those
who patronize bim will have their wants
attended to In style and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
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
umcdy was discovered by a missionary
:n South America. Send a self-ad
dressed envelope to the Rev. Joeph T.
Innmn, Station D. Bible House, .New
York City. 1-30-Cm
Ke iiraloii to HI. Lenta l Upend the
(nrin vi jnijr,
Tralu will leave Narrow Gauge depot,
Tuesday eveuing July 3rd, at 0 p. n.
Ample accommodations tor all who may
wish to go, irrespective of color. Tick,
ets good lor tour days. Fare round trip
$4.00. Tickets lor sale at the office, and
by J. J. Bird.
Wood ! Wood 1 1 Wood I 1 1
The Cairo Box and Basket company
will deliver wood in any part ol the city
at $1.12) a load ; also kindling at 5 cents
a bundle. Orders may be lelt with W.
H. Mori Is, secretary, at his otlice lu the
City National bank building 27-25
Kor Bale or Kent.
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. Comikus, Esq,
Or Thos. H. Towers, 8t. Catharine, Out
. , l rr Hens.
Rooms on lecond floor of Winter's
Block lart If oocupled by Dr. Suiltfi and
the) .Taylor Literary - Society,- Also
store rooms iu same building.
3t M.'.J. Howt.kY, Ileal Ettate Ag't.
Ihe weather U excessively hot.
. Business about tbe wharf Is fair.
The Jim Fisk learcs for Paducah at
five o'clock prompt, this evening.
The Charles Morgan will follow the
Mitchell from Cincinnati to New Or
Tbo Sto. Genevieve is due down to
day, and will get over two hundred tons
The Robert Mitchell is duo from
Cincinnati, to-morrow. She will add
considerable freight here.
The Cons Millar passed up with
light trip. She added five hogsheads of
tobacco here, for Cincinnati.
John Wilbanks, second clerk of Ihe
Grand Republic, is a passenger on the
James Howard lor New Orleans.
The Jim Fisk brought from Paducah
about twenty-live tons, Including ten
hogsheads ot tobacco, lor the Farmers'
Mr. Tom Tarr and family, of this
city, took passage on the Cons Mil r
tor Concordia, Kentucky, thier fomur
home, where they go or a visit to Ha
tives and friends.
TheC. W. Anderson came h, ir:u
Nashville with twenty hogshead ( !
bacco lor reshipment. She vo m iwk
with one hundred barrel ot aalt. turn
ished her by the Robin.
The James Howard came into port
with a good trip of freight and about
forty people in the rahm. sh a(ded
three hundred tons here and went our
for New Orleans loaded flat.
The Idlewild will be here about nine
o'clock this morning, to leave with an
excursion party tor New Madrid at ten
sharp. She expects a big crowd from
The Robin with a tow ol salt arrived
latu Thursday night. She discharged
one hundred barrels for Niuhville, whith
was taken by tbe Anderson, and fit
hundred barrels for Mt. Carmel, via tbe
Cairo and Vincennes railroad.
Cnp'aln John Washington, formerly
a resident and prominent husinesii man
ot Cairn, and at present a citizen oi Mem
phis, is 1 1 town. C, .plain Washington
u-ed to be tin sup-riuti ndeiit ol tlie At
lantic and Miunissippi steamship com
pany's wbarfboat at this point.
Tou are asked every day through the
columns of the newspapers and by your
iruggist to use something for your des
dyspepsia and liver complaint that you
know nothing about, you get discouraged
spending money with but lltttle succeis.
Now to give you a satlsfastory proof
Green's August Flower will cure you ol
dyspepsia and liver complaint wltb all It
effects, such as sour stomach, sick head
ache, habitual costiveness, palpitation of
the beart, heart burn, water-brasb, fullness
at the pit of the stomach, yellow skin,
ted tongue, iud'gutioa, swimming of the
head, low spirits, Ac, we ask you to go to
Paul G. Schuh's and get a sample bottle ot
(irtea'i August Flower for 10 cents and
try it, or a regular s'ze for 73 cents. Two
doses will relieve you.
The following is a list ot the letters
remaining uncalled for in the postolrice
at Cairo, Alexander county, JlliuoN, Sat
urday June20d, 1S77.
Barry, Rosa; Brooms, Sarah; Clark Ber-
die; Cole, Eva;Cones, Susau, 3; Cojthes,
S; Campbell, Susie, 3; Dinar, Mrs; Fred
rick Sarah; Hutson, Susie; Hess, Liz
zie; Hoar, Ellen; Johnson, Mary, A;
Johnson, Adalinc; Jackson, Sarah;
KegaL, Jennie; Kraus, Mathetter;
HcKenna, Maggie; Mutiou, Fruuey;
Morris, Mollcy; Parinly. Anna, Purcell,
Jennie; Porter, Siinly; Parker, M. C;
Payne, L'nctta; Raulls, Jennie; Rngliu.
Milla; Rush, Dixie; Scott, Lucinda;
Smith, Lucinda; Smith, T.; Sullivan, J.;
Warllcld, Haltic; Warran Augusta.
Armstrong, Richard; Burguer, C. ;
Baker, Chas. Y. ; Burnett, Jacob ; Bar
ry, P. Y, ; Black; S. A. ; Black, Frank;
Burchard, James; Chalman, C. B. ; Cun
ningham, Frank ; Crlder, John ; Dick
enson, DeWItt ; Edwards, James ; E
plre Mill Co. ; Ernest, Gus.; Franc m
Risitto; Fuller, Johnston ; Grant. J. !'
Griggs, Jack ; Hughes, Riley ; Han-ii.
E. B. ; Horgh, Dan'l Y. ; line, El.-n:
Klulgen,C.;Ktng, Jacob; Kennedy. J
Lemon, Homer; McBride A Luu-1 ,
McCary, Campbell; McClure, J. K
McDaniel, James U; McGregor, J. 1
McKcwu, Malcomb; McKay, Martin;
Morse, Gen'l, W; Mathews, J. R; Mor
rlsson, James, (col); Motley, William;
Phelps, Anthony; Rodger, Whit;
Rieser, Phillips; Swan, Charley; Smith,
Jas. C.;Stites,Z. C; Thomas, L. L.;
Underwood, Ed.; Williams, Ed.; Mil
son, Harry; Wulter, John; Ware, John.
Persons calling for any of the above
letters, will please say "Advertised."
Gko. W. McKkaki, P. M.
ICE I IOE1
II use, Looiins & Co., dealers In north
em lake ice, have removed their office
trom the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to tbe tee bouses one door be
low tbe St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering ice in all parts of the cltyt
Those desiring the cold stall will leave
their orders at the uew office, when tbey
will receive prompt attention.
James Kavanauqh, Manager.
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 6-17-lm
The majority of people suffer to a gteater
or lesser degree from this sad affliction:
many unthinkingly cultivate It by Insufl
tly maetlcating their food; others whose oc
cupation Is of a sedentary character have
forced on them, the excessive use of to
bacco, etc., all tend to develop It, The
ayniploms vary, one suffering severely
after meals, another only slightly, constlpa
tionor dlarrabea, flatulence, variable ap
petite, ete., are only a ftw of Its unpleas
ant consequences. Now what 1 required,
is attention to diet, assisted by a remedy
wblon elds tbe natural seeretleus In tbe ai
mentary can el tod produces again a nor
mal solvency of food. Bucb a valuable
remedy is the celebrateo llome f tomach,
A few Tbloare that we linear.
We know tbats disordered. ttoaacb er
liver produces moretutrtrlDg Hun any eth
er cause. We know that very ftw physi
cians are successful in these disorders.
We know tbat DaCotta's radical ear will
without tbe shadow ol a doubt, alaMft 1 aa.
mediately relieve and permanently eve all
of the distressing symptoms. Wt knew of
thousands who are willing to testify that
what we say la true to the letter. We
know that It you wlU give It fair trial.
you will let us add your name to tbe
"cloud of witnesses." Will you give It a
trial, and do it now? Trial size only 25
cents, Sold by Barclay Bros.
rrof. Talker's Pleasant Worm Svruo
perfectly safe and extremely pala2,,
No pbyaic required. Costs 2 eenf- T,7
The Steam Ferryboat
V run regularly, leaving Green
n :v i ' doe at 7, 9 and 11 o'elock a.m.;
l o, a. : n 1 5:30 o'elock p.m. during taou
w a l.iy.
On iu V.hv the will leave the landing at
fi mid iioct,,cK a.m. and at li m., and at
W. H. MAREAN.M.'D.
Offljo 136 Commercial Ave.
Slieciiil uttentitin a-in tn th Irv.i-iM
C -inic Dt.uiae ai.d diseasea pecu iar ta
GRAND GALA DAY
ON T JSC
FOURTH OF Jill
U. der Uio Aup:cesof the
Of Cairo, Illinois,
At ST. MARY'S PARK,
The citizens of Cairo have contributed
liberally towards the
FIREWORK j EXHTBITON
Ever seen in the State out side of Chi
cago. Fine exhibition and garden pieces
will beset of). Tbe fireworks have been
purchased direct irom New York
through the medium ot Mr. Dan Hart
mau. Prol, J. T, Tbouias will superin
tend (he display
Die day's entertainment will comineuce
at IU a.m. with the reading of tbe
BE.LA&AT10H CP LOTDtE
B YA YOUNG LADY,
To be followed by - -
Gov. John King of Paducah,
Hon. William Hartzell, M.C. v
Col. Ed. Crossland, of Mayfield.
Hon. D. T. Linegar, of Cairo.
Ami otlicrcnilacnt orators who fiaye been
invited to attend.
Alter which a Trotting Race and a
Uuuing race, open to all. Best two in
three for purse premium. Entrr fee of
$J will be charged. For further par
ticulars address Messrs. i'. Fitzgerald or
Phil Howard committee on races.
S'litablu nrcmiums will be awarded to
thu successful contestant iu climbing the
greased pole, sack racing, catucuing
greased pig, base ball match, tat man's
race, slow donkey race, and other sports
o numerous to mention.
Dancing will commence at 1 p. m. and
untitle (111 8 p. in.
U H p. m. the grand Are works dls-
nil take placii.
1 Hie evening the dancing will be re
ii d and continue till the "wee sma'
'"'8' EXCURSION RATIS,
Arr .iut'nients have beeu made with
-iilnndsat the following rate: Illinois
:hiihI. Mississippi Central, St, Louts,
Iron Mountain aud Southern, Cairo and
t. Louis, Mobile and Ohio at one and
t tilth rate tor round trip. Cairo and
Vincennes at greatly reduced rates,
which will be duly advertised.
Arrangements for excursions Irom
various points on the river will be made
of which due notice will be given. .
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGMKXTS
JOHN D. HOLMES, Chairman.
T. M. LOVETT. Secretary.
CHAS. A. 8AUP, ED. DEZONIA.
CUAS. DELAY. UASKX SlliM.
The Southern Ho st burned down, and
yet how many people earry their own
risks. Oo at once to Henry Trails, General
Agent, and have your property Insured at
The less of '. - -
In this tdrrlole St. Lials nr wss great.
Obtain a Life Ineuraooe Policy at once,
siui one-tenth ol all te deaths 1st the
United states it the result of accidents.
Story put forth lor the occasion. Vat Is
Mken from tabular ststemente, the reliabil
ity of which can not be Impeached. ,
BrlUeh America, AaeeU tl.t
amiuTiue annual, - i ,i
Union, of Phlla.
riremea'a of Dayton " - ' 43
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jew aaaiaTMamia uanwi uwi '! rvusw
IUlaota Btaaoa'a Seaevoleatfteeletr
Represented by ' - -
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GlVIRAL UaUlANCS AOJCNT.
hat tseajaid ed -
orriCK-Ia tte AleiaaltCatvtaak.