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-UlRO BUSINESS HOUSES.
". A ny busine II rm flan have three line
la this column under appropriate heading;
ttlisrate of 1 WJ per mouth or IU per year
pasuiv iiuirieriy iu witiuci.
Hardware, Ntoves and Tin Ware.
A. HALLKY-Dealer in Stoves, Tin and Hard
wr, (ienlen mnl fanners' Implements, Wire
Joods, Refrigerators, Pump ami ladders.
1 16 Commerclitl Avenue. Uuitering, und Job
Turk dune on ahorl notice.
.1. S.Moii AIIBY-Deuler In hard and aoft turn
Iwr, noorlnx, ceiling, aiding anil surfuned
lumlirr. latb ami shingles OOP ami yanl
rorner twentieth street anil Washington avenue-
LANCASTER A RICK-Deslers In aiuh.
doors, 111 i mis , etc.. hard end soft lumlier and
hlsgles. Yard anil oflloj, Commercial avenue,
oruer I7lh street,
I). II A KTM AN fleeter In Cjueensware, Toya,
1-ainps anil all kinds of fancy articpa. Commer
:; avenue, curucr '.th street.
WILLIAM WINTKIt-Sixth street between
.'oiuiuerclal avenue ami Washington avenue.
iotliiug ! .tterilinnt rnllurlnic.
JOHN ANTRIM -Men-hint Tullor ami ,1 p
iu needy Made Clothing. 78 Ohio I.evi.
Ha)l hs title Agencies.
Jl. J. HOWLEY-lleal KsUte Agent. Huys
anu lens real enum, collects reins, nays lam
Iurnuii-rt.iiiileiit8.eu:, Commercial ayiuue, be-
iwmi sontn mo lentil streets.
11 Cotton and Toluiiiro Kantora and ni-
iirirmr ni tne rarintr' loiiaiu'u urt-lioue.
isi a in lomimuercial A venue.
j (ieneral Koi warding and Cumin union
incri-naui, lor uie naie or farm, OaHIco, Or-
juani anil nairy rrviuce. unio u-vie.
V A. WllhELO' K A i i).-
yj lietieral Korwanlinic and CiiininUalon
lueri'tianu, ami mvlrra In all kind id r ruit and
Ppidiuv. M Ohio ia'Vr. olnininmU tulu:
ilril, Hieni il t'urnithtiil on appiiumon.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Rond Running Two
Daily Truns from Cairo,
Train Leave Cairo
1:20 p.m. Kat hxprfK, arriving In St.
Lou In M:00 p. m.; C'ukairo, 7:.;o, a.m.
2:20 p.m, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VILLE FA8T LINE
Arriving! n Cincinnati f :'U), a in.; Louis
ville, :2', a tn.; .ndltnapolii, 4.l'i a.m.;
I'aasengera by this tr.im arrive ut above
OF ANY OTHER BOUIE.
,i;W p. m. Kat Ma. I with leop-m attach,
ed. for ST. LOUS and CHICAGO,
arriving In St. I.oul" at a.m. ' hi
isiroat 4.:iu p.m. Conncrtini; at C1 i n
or Effingham lor Ciiuionali, LoiiI-viIIh
FAST TIME EAST
fnnrnrn by tliU linn ro through to
the Ka.t without any ikday rauied by
I'hs HATUItUAY AhTKUNOON TRAIN
KKOM CAIRO AUH1VKS IN NKW
VORK MONDAY MoBNINU
AT ID '. 5.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHKtt KOlTK.
AdvertiMetnenW of competing linn tbat
they make better time than Ihla one, are
are iaiiued either throiiKh ignorance or a
dealre to mlalead the public.
tor through ticket and information,
apply at JlllnolH Central U. K. Depot, Cairo.
TRAINS AHMVI AT tlU
ilpreas 1 m.
lad . I:), a.m.
Ocn'l Southern Agt.
J. H. .Ionrh. Ticket Airt.
IU'V reuri to yotlllK ll:o llolli.
the eflceu of errora and alulae in
earlvlife. .MuiiLoimI lirittoreil. Im- Q
iieillnienta to iimrriiiKe reiuuvecl. pq
New n elhiMl of treatincut. New
and reniarkalile MiKdiri. Hooka zl
and circulars sent free In nealeil M
enveln,es. Adder Howard As- g
sotiATloif. 41 N. Ninth l'hila
delphia. I'a. An lntllutlnn har- rrt
ln( a li n:n repuiauon nir nuimr-.-
able conduct and professional'
Tebacro and Cut'".
MerclianU.grooers, anJ saloon-keepers
should not loret that Messrs. CorlU &
Kankln, proprietors ol tho Prairiii State
fybacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an estaollshment at the corner
nl'Hixtn street and Ohio levee in this
rity where tltcy wil. do a wholesale and
retail business In the tobaeco and eigar
line. Thoy have on hand the largest
and most complete stock ol
obaeco and cigars ever opined
in Cairo, and are preimrcd to
utipply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in
vited to call and examine their stock.
Pictures ami Urnrketa.
K. C. Ford has removed hid Variety
Itraeket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street, lie has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
rhroinos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels lancy nails, hat racks, etc.
I'icture training made a speciality
L'hromos mounted iu the cheapest and
best style, lm
Murder Will Out.
A law years ago "August Flower" was
discovered to be a certain cure lor dyspep
sia and liver complaint, a few thin dyspep
tics made known to their friends how
rti.ily and quickly they had been cured by
Us ue. The great merits of Green's
August Flower became heralded through
tho country by one sulfur to another, uut I,
wit .out advertising, Its sale has become
Imrreuse. Druggists in every town in the
1'nttcd Statis are selling It. No person
suffering with sourrtoniacli.shk heada:hu,
coitiveness, palpitation of the li.'art, indi
gestion, low spirits, etc., cau take these
doses without relief. Ho lo Paul ii. Schuh
and got a bottle lor 7) cents am! try it.
Sample bottles 10 cents.
Have your Mfltvy.
Four pounds best English soda for
26c. Four pounds best refined pnnrl
starch for 25c, ut New York Store, fit.
ajaluoil For HMn
The saloon opposite tho court house,
lately owned and conducted, by Unas.
Hoecker. For particulars Inquire on tho
premises, or of George Lattmcr. tf.
The knlKhU of the shove oriler meet
at Uielr hall the lint ami third Moudur
n eucn iminth. Commercial avenue. 'M ilcior
suulh ol' Uth street, ids p.m.
.IIIIIN II. IIOI.MKS, U. li. .11.
A8CALO.N I.ODUK, No. 61.
Kniaiit ol rvthiaa. meets everv frl.
day uight at hall-past esivun, in Odd'
rellowa' Hull. Ifowa,
ALEXANDER LOUGK. NO. tU.
Jgi. independent Order of Odd-rYl-
4W 3f lows, meets every Thursday night
-aww at hair-past aevsn, in Ineir nail un
Douimrrcial aveinii'. Iietween hixth and (Seventh
'reels Will K. IIawhink, H. U.
HMH) ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. .. meets
.il-. llow' Hall on Die Drat and thin)
lii''!) iu i very month, at half-put seven
A. Com twos. C 1
CAIRO LODUK. NO. 237, A. r. A. M.
Hold regular conimiiniculiona in Ma
sonic null, corner Commercial avenua
and I'.iyhth street, on the second and
ii nh Monday ol f';h innnlh.
IlirKHUr I'lVK HIS Mil.
rJ"All hills for advertum, are due and pay
able in AUVANca
Tranaieat advertisinu will be inserted at tin
rate of 11 Ou persiuarv for the first iinn-rtwn
aii'l Jo cents for euch sulweiiucnt one A lilwral
discount will he made on BUnding and dirpl
For inserting; Kunersl notiM tl Notice of
meetiiiK of societies or secret orders Ml vents for
C'hurrh, Society, Tcstlval and Hupoer notlia:s
will only be inoeruxl as ailvertinemcnts
No advertisement will be revived at less than
fi cents, and no advertlaeiiirnt will inni rtrd I
for Iras than trin e dollar j er month
l ilt ll. ni'MIMI (Mt t.
Of one square (H lines ppace) or more, in
serted In the IJrM.ETiN as follows : (Less
than one sipiare counted as a square. )
One insertion per square $ GO
Two insertions per square.-
Three insertions per square 1 00
Hix insertions per square 1 5
Two weeks per square - 2 oO
One month per square- i -m
hiH-cial rales made on large a'lveriM'-
meiits or for lonirer lirne
M'NDAY. .11 NK 31. I1-".
The Illinois Central Kailr'nd (t'airo
and St. Louis Miort l.inej win i-eiiexcur-sii.n
tickets from Cairo to lvit M. I.ouis
and return at one and oiie-liftti tare
(fG CO) for round trip. Tickets jjo-hI to
return until .Inly 0th inclusive.
3t. (ieneral Agent.
.1. II. .Ii.nks, Ticket Agent, Cairo, 111.
THE KSIGHTS OF THE MYSTIC KBEW.
Will rent out ten relresliineiit stands ut
St. Mary's I'ark on July the 4th. No
liquors or intoxicating drinks "Howe. I.
MM to be left at l'tiiil Sehuh's cigar toie-
A cottage on Ninth street, in piod
Hilr. Apply to E. IH.JNM,
:il-tt t'ity National r.ut.k.
b e is cold.
The weather is hot.
The streets are clitsty.
Sewing machines are cheap.
County orders are worth lilty cent-,
And yet we are not happy.
.!;is. Johnson has lately purcha'cl an
elegant lab.ily carriage.
Now is the time to gather in a full
stock of Hies for the lull trade.
Carpets mid oilclothes,the linot ever
brought to Southern Illinois, at J. Uur-
Ladies' linen suits and du.-tcrs of all
styles at Burger's, 121 Commercial ave
nue. 1-10-1 iu
The L'nlon county bond ca-u is still
on trial, and likely to continue for several
d .ys yet.
I'hil Saup has the contract for fur-ul-liing
the ice cream at St, Mary's l'ark
on the Fourth.
The present Indications are that very
lew of our citizens will be absent lrom
the city on the Fourth.
All the latest patterns In glass fruit
jars and jelly glasses at Hartuian's
queens ware store, at lowest prices. 9-tf.
Tho Delta baud will discourse
delightful music at the up town stand
todiiorrow evening. Do not forget 't.
Tho song of the huckster is now
h ard In all parts of the city. Yesterday
it was "green apples and new 'tat- -r-s."
The Great Olympiad was well attend
ed yesterday ufternoon and evening, and
is without doubt the hot show of its kind
Foil Hknt A house on Twelfth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar streets. Apply
to Mrs. John Heccher, on 'I hliteetith
street near Washington avenue. 20-lf
There will bu services at the Metho
dist church to-day and this evening at
the usual hours, Kev. D. J. GiUliaui, ofli-
A full line of new and elegant straw
hats for ladles, gents and children
just received by Solomon I'ariera, Xo,
1 12 Commercial avenue, l-'.'lt-Itt.
Snpci visor of StreetH Talbot has not
yet collected enough street tax to pay
the interest on the leveu scrip and is not
The city council will meet In regular
session on Tuesday evening, nt which
time the contracts tor street tilling will
probably be a warded.
Uurger Is offering the linest ol gren
adines, light summer dress good, silks
and lawns nt remarkably low prices, to
close out for the reason. 1-10-1 iu.
The case of Walker, charged with
tho abduction ol Miss XuMi ol Mound
City, Is sef (or trial before Jtulgu I'.akcr
next Thursday morning.
Mr, Milton Jenkins bus been award
ed the contract for building a new fence
ftrou id the court house yard, and has al
retdy commenced the work.
Soloman Parelra.at the old stand,
114 Commercial avenue, is now olli ring
his choice stock of dry goods and cloth
lug at great bargains. Call on him.
There will be services at the Presby
terian church this morning at the regular
hour, at which the communion services
will take place. All are invited.
IJurger's prices on fancy and staple
goods are astonishingly low. (.'all on
him if you want to secure upright,
honest bargains. 1-10-lui.
Episcopal church. Morning ei vice
11 o'clock, evening service 7:43 o"clock,
Sunday school !Co0 a. m. The rector,
the llev. Mr. Dillon-Lee will olllcialc.
For notions and lancy goods of every
conceivable description, go to Burger's
lie is the King dealer of the city, and
never fails to give satisfaction. 1-tO-l in
Workmen an: making rapid head-
Wiy iu putting In the ironfornt in liross'
block. When completed it will be one ol
t u: haudsomcr t Ironts on the avenue.
The Cairo City liindery, A. IV. Pyatt
A Co., proprietors, U now turning out
work of eveiy description in their line in j
flrst-cla. and workmanlike manner, lm I
The Illitioi C'eiitial railroad conip ny
will sell excursion tickets to East Sr.
Louis and return, over the Cairo Short
Line, for jiO.Cn. Tickets good until Fri
day, July 0th.
IJurger's stock of dry goods is un
doubtedly tin- very line.-t to be found iu
Cairo, and for satisfactory bargain ladies
should lie sure to give hiui a call.
1 lie park is now in very goo 1 con
dition, the race track pli.lclid, and
nearly all our citizens who have car
riages of their own, were out testing the
sped ol their sleeiN la.-t evening.
Jll-tice of the Peace Coinings, liaVillL'
removed to Judge Uios' office, corner
of Commercial avenue and Eleventh
street, will lie found in his ofllee from
H to 12 o'clock, a. in., daily. l-IJ-tf.
'1 he N ational band has been engaged
by the Knight of the My-tic Krew to
play lor them on the Fourth, and are
practicing nightly with a determination
to ex el all their previous efforts on tit it
Pcrons having magazine, periodi
cals, etc.. will :h they desire to have bound
should t ike tliem to the Cairo City liind
ery, where they will he done at rcasonuM
rates and iu lirst-elas order. 1-1 in
The county commissioners are
having the fence around the court house
repaired, and will have new steps and
porches built iu place ol the pre-ent
worn out and dilapidated one.
F. M. Ward has gone into the iee
business, mulls now delivering pure lake
Ice iu all parts of the city. Orders lelt
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
aiitecd. 1 2-1 m
Hon. F. M. Voiinghlood, who was
in the city looking after his interests as
a candidate for circuit judge, left by the
Cairo and Vineennes railroad yesterday
fir Vienna and II irrisbtirg, when; he
will spend a few days.
I'.urger's dry good's house, No. 121
Commercial avenue, is the palace store of
Egypt, and his clerks the most polite,
allable anil business-like, men in the
trade. lie sure and give Uurger a call
betore you buy elsewhere. 1-101 in
A Fourth of July celebration to
wind up with a grand dance will be held
at Hodge's park, on the Cdro and St.
Louis railroad. We understand a num
ber of Cairo people intend spending the
Strangers who visit Cairo should
never fall to call on Uurifer, the mam
moth dry good dealer. The display of
tine goods in his establishment, 124
Commercial avenue, has never been
equaled bv any house In Cairo. 1-10-1 m
Judge Lemma ol Carhoudale ha ac
cepted an invitation to deliver tin oration
ut Villa Ilidge on the Fourth. Ike
Clements is also expected to be present.
There will be a celebiati ui during the
day and a dance at night.
For sale by Winter A Stuart, a sec
ond hand piano, a line instrument war
ranted to be in good order. For price
ami terms call on or address,
Wi.sTi;it A Sri'AHr, Agts,
tf. Xo. Ill Commercial Avenue.
business In police circles was ex
tremely dull yesterday, and although
there wiu a circus in town (which
through the courtesy of his honor, pahl
only half rates for exhibiting), yet no
offenders were arraigned before the
bar of justice.
The Turner celebration at their hall
on the night of the Fourth will bo a
grand affair. In the early part of thu
evening there will be a grand display of
lire works, alter which dancing, refresh
ments, etc. No charge lor ad mission to
the garden. lit
The Padticah .Vim claim that
Messrs. Stratigliu. Tinkle ,V Bird are not
about to move back to Cairo. Well,
who ever said ttiey were going to move
luck to Cairo. We have not said so,
but we contend tli.it they have a right to
do so if they choose.
The Turners are making great prep,
aratlnn for their celebration on the night
of the Fourth at their hall, comer of
Tenth and Poplar streets. They are
preparing lor a grand display ot H re
works, a ball, etc. No lee will be
charged lor admission to the ball.
Mike Glenn, one of our oldest citi
zens was arrested by Chief Arter Friday
afternoon lor beating his wile and chil
dren. His actions lor some time have
been such as to raise a question regarding
Ida .i.ll uiwl 1,1. I A Hi.- Ilii. itnlii.nr.,,! I
..It. Ol.ll.U, V. - - ..u ,.,,HV14
him over to bherlfl Simp, who will take
charge of hhn until an inquest Is held
regarding his condition.
Who wants to go to Chicago. The
Cairo and Vinceiines railroud will sell
round trip tickets to Chicago and return
for the low sum of ten dollars. Tickets
good lrom the 1st to the 7th ol July.
This is the cheapest rate ever ollered to
Chicago and return. How many of our
citizens will take advantage of it f
Jacob K Ice, corner of Washington
avenue and Twelllh street, is now pre
pared to supply the citizens of Cairo with
pure lake ice at the lowest living prices.
His wagon makes dally rounds, and will
deliver ice In any part of the city, ice
depot at corner Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, where all orders should
be left. 1 2-tr
Messrs. Iliukle A l'hitlewood, pro
prietors ol the Fanners' tobacco Ware
house tire daily receiving assurances
which convince them that the grand
premium sale to take place at then house
ou Thursday, July 12th, will eelipsu all
other sales held in (hi city. Everv cit-
zl-ii of Cairo Is interested in the suece-s
of .hi sale, and -lioul l lend II. A. T. a
I'be member ol the Mystic Krew
who have the arran foments lor the cele
bration ot Hie oiirtli In hand, are de
voting almost their entire time to the
work ol getting ready nr that d.iv.
They are now putting up the stands, etc.,
for the grand fireworks display. There
cm be no doubt that this portion of the
celebration will felip.u anything of tin
kind ever before attempted iu Cairo.
Wo oiler the loilowing special bar
gains lor a few days only : Full iie
eleven quarter bed spreads at Jl 00. SuO
yard fancy dre.-s goods wo. th 20ets. lor
Sk'ts. 200 yards white Pique worth 20cts.
forlJkts. 300 yard, Crash worth i.'icts.
lor lo.-tsi. Wnmsiitta shirts, and 1,200
linen booms and cidls, best in the mar
ket, guaranteed to lit, lor $1 23, and nu
merous oiher goods under price. Call
and see that we do as we advertise.
O. JIavi iiokx & Co.
A race between Uill Elliott's sorrel
iiur c an l one of Sprout's mustangs took
place at the park yc'Kcrdiy morning.
The rac was l r ten dollars a sUe, an J
r-ul;cd in Elliott's tavor by
about four hundred leet. The Sprout
pony "iltw the track," and before he
could b:- got back, the other horse had
nearly made the distance around the
trick. The pony is perhaps the fastest
horse of the two, and lo-t the race ye -
tcrday through the inability of his rider
to k.ep him on the track.
La-t Monday morning J. W. Walker
was taken by writ ol habeas corpus be
fore the circuit court at Cairo, we under
stand for the purpose of having his bail
bond reduced. J he hearing w as si t by
the court lor to-day, and the prisoner
n uiatnlcd to our iall. ft is reported
tbat S. P. W heeler, Esq., has been
retained as the leadimr lawyer for the
prosecution. Muiout Oiy VaoC
Walker was brought before Judge
linker on Thursday, but the court being
engaged in the trial ol the Union
coui.tyVjond ease. Walker waeiuande
to jail until the 3:h ol .Itilv when the
j idge will hear his case.
A new society was organized om
Commercial avenue a tew evenings sine
entitled the "Lo iters' Pro'ective socie
ty." Several ol our prominent young
men hate usurped the principal oillces of
i he society, much to the chagrin of old
hands in Hie bu iness. The objects of the
society are ot a mutually beneficial
nature, to maintain and protect suitable
seats and boxes at short interval around
the town, lor the "resting spots." We
think they are most too late in their or
ganiz itlon, as the vagrant law goes into
effect July 1st, and will throw a damper
on their prospects.
Eiiiior IU lm tin: The item pub
lished In Saturday moruing.s lit i.i.i:iin
purporting to come from a prominent
member of the St. Patrick's I'.enovelent
society, is false in all essential poiuts,
a the bishop's rules were known to
every member of the society, to my own
D. J.G.i.i.niAx, Pres't. S. P. Pi.S.
From the foregoing positive denial ot
our item iu yesterday's liri.u.m, it will
be seen we were misinformed in relation
to the affair referred to. The matter as
it really stands is of no special moment,
but, through the means of an indiscreet
person has been magnified from "a mole
hill to a mountain." Xumcrotis mem
bers ol the society called upon us yester
day and gave us the same assurance as
set forth in the above communication.
We regret very much that the stated
incut appeared and trust that none of the
parties concerned will led pained on ac
count ol it.
The great event ol the season was,
the great race ol America ami Alrica at
the park Friday morning. Will Cunditf
representing Ainerici, ami Alex. Hard
tobeut (colored) Alrica, were the eontcs
tants, Chas. Saup referee and stake
hold t. The race was a single half mile
dash. Alter several attempts, good
s'arl was dually made, the lirst quarter
was passed neck and neck, but a tew
yards beyond the quarter pole, Africa In
trying lo make the turn at the lower end
of the park got Ids foot caught Iu the
rjots ol a tree, and throwed up.
Will Cuniliif still kept up the race and
came Hying down the homo stretch like
ngiict of wind, where all of a sudden bi
got scared at the referee, and Hew the
track, breaking his liatness all to pieces
ami burled himself in the top of nil old
stump. Will was, however, de
clared the winner, but or. ap
plication to the stakeholder, Mr. Saup,
it was learned that the stakes, (two
c!iews ol tobacco) had been eat by him
during tlie excitement attending the
race, ami the consequent hard-feelings
will probably result hi a law suit.
Hoomson second Moor of Winter's
Block latdv occupied by Dr. Smith and
tho Taylor Literary Sooiely. AW
store rooms hi same building.
3t M.;i. Howl tv, H-al Lstato Ag't.
Cairo tc Chicago and Return
Via CAIRO & VINCENNES R.R.
Tickets good going July 1st, 2nd and
3d; and for return, except July 4th,
until July 7th. For further Information
apply to Hou r. Castlks.
30-3t Ticket Agent,
rm: x run r ok the ioi hiii.
Tlie tlriiixl Itlsmiay ,,r Fireworks nt
M. .Hut y 'i, lurk.
Below wc publish the programme for
the display of fireworks at St. Mary's
Park on the night of the fourth. It will
be the grandest sight of the kind ever
seen In this section of country :
First. Grand ascension ol biloons.
Second. Flight if rockets and an
illumination of the whole park with col
ored fires red, white, blue and green.
Third. Illuminated revolving wheels
and caudle battery ol colored stars.
Fourth. Gallopade A long arm re
volve with' lightning rapidity : within
the circle of lire revolve hi contra-direo
Hons two Saxons, charged with spur tire,
the whole forming varied and fantastic
Fifth. Ascension of tlie 13 foot me
teoric baloori, which as It rises, at differ
ent heights, discharges its meteors, stars,
colored tires, etc. To be lollowed by the
High! of parachute rockets sending out
floating stars, etc.
Six'h. Diamond Star It Is a revolv
ing wheel with colored centre chang
ing to a sun, and ends with explosions.
Seventh. Polka Battery Composed
of two Hying wheels, each with centre
of green an 1 erimoti, 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 ol revolving tire, Hanked by
Mexican jets, ending with reports.
Ninth. Silver G lory Consisting of
centie ol contra rjvolvini Saxon wheels,
with colored I'A ie Fm radiating to cir
cumference of cases of brilliant lire and
ending with reports.
Tenth. Aurora One of the finest
pieces, representing the sun and the Au
rora Bore alis.
Eleventh. The Polka Consisting of
revolving Saxons and coloi-d centres.
Twtltth. Turkish Cross A beautiful
piece ol gold, silver and other colors,
in tine oval curves tormhig the 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 fan of lirey sprays.
Fourteenth. Monitor Battery U the
last piece. It opens with divharce of
heavy battery of colored candles lilling
the air with myriads ot stars, ending
with explosions of mines. This will be
accompanied witn rockets, mines, gener
al illumination, etc.
All the above pieces to be intcrpersed
with rockets, Human candles, mines, etc
nixeiiso In mi .iiiiutiusi
That should be attacked the instant he
shows himself. Don't wait. At him
before his nails are grown, and wipe him
out. Tiie great alterative and invigor
ant ot the age, Ilostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, will speedily inluse such healthful
tone into your organism that it will be
enabled to successfully resist future at
tacks. Tho bitters prevent
and remedy chills and fever
and billious remittents, and eradi
cate di-pepsia, constipation, liver com
plaint rheumatic ailments, urinary and
uterine difficulties. It is particularly be
nelicial when the system has been
drained of its vitality or is inherently
deficient in strciiitli. The nerves rather
from it both vigor and tranquility. But
wiiue it imparts strength and gives a
wholesome stimulus to 'he animal econ
omy, it does not unduly excite it like the
cheap exiuiarants sometimes resorted to
under the erroneous impression that
they can invigorate.
Public notice is hereby given that we
will in pursuance of law, sell on the 12th
day of July A. D. IS77, 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: ue trunk and contents
the property ot V. H. Edwards of Xew
Y ork; one trunk and contents the prop
erty of J. D. Hoss, of St. Louis; one
valise and contents the piopeity of Mis
C. Ilauslin, Chicago.
K. K. EuxKW & Co.,
1-2.'I lot. Proprietors, Cairo, El.
Ed. Braxton has returned to his ola
stand iu the Ileiser building, where he is
better prepared thau ever to accommo
date his patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense iu lilting up a
couple ol nicely furnished ootns, which
he has provided with all the latest im
provemetits and convenience's. He em
ploys olny first-class workman and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to iu style and will receive
courteous treatment. tf
To all who aro suffering1 from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., 1 will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
emedy was discovered by a missionary
In South America. Send a self-ad-:lresscd
envelope to the Kev. Joseph T.
Ininaii, Station D. Bible House. .New
York City. l-:to-tim
The majority of people sutler to a gi eater
or lcser degree from this sad allllctiou:
many unthinkingly cultivate it by iusurJl
ty masticating their food; others whose oc
cupation Is ut a sedentary character have
forced on tlu-m, the excessive use of to
bacco, etc., ull tend to develop It. The
symptoms vary, oue sullcrinij peverely
after meals, another ouly slightly, cousllpa-
lirmor illarralua, flatulence, variable p
petite, etc., are only a lew of Its uanleas
ant consequence. Now what is required,
is attention to diet, suslstcd by a remedy
w hich aids the natural secretions In the ai
nii'iitury canal sud produces avain a nor
mal solvency ol lood. tuih a valuable
reinedv ts the ctkbrsted lloaie (stomach
Hitters. 0-ti lm
lluk Iu v Old uonee.
People who neglect their minor all
monts rarely live to mako old bones.
The secret of hale and vigorous old age,
lies not only In taking care of one's
health In early life, by the observance- of
sanitary rules, but also by judicious
medication when tho premonitory symp
toms of bodily disorder manifest tlietn.
selves. Indigestion, bowel and liver
complaints, are fruitful causes ot Injury
to the constitution. These diseases
should be therefore, checked without de
lay. Tho best medicine for the purpose
Is Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters. This
standard preparation disciplines tlie di
gestive organs, gives renewed Impetus
to the bilious secretive function, and
exerts a beneficial lnlluence upon the
organs of urination. It has no rival as
a remedy for and preventive of chills
and fever and bilious remittents, Infuses
vigor into the debilitated frame, and Is
an excellent appetizer and nervine.
Tou are asked every day through the
columns of the newspapers nd by your
druggist to use something for jour das
dyspepsia and liver complaint that you
know nothinj about, you get discouraged
spending ni'iney with but lltttle stieccp.
Now to (?lve you a satislautory proof
Green's August Flower will cure you ol
dyspepsia and liver complaint with all its
effects, such as sour stomach, sick head-
aclm, habitual costiveness, palpitation of
the heart, heart burn, water-brash, fullness
at the pit of the ttomajh, yellow skin,
ted tongue, Ind'gestioa, sWiuioiing of the
head, low spirits, He., we ak you to go to
Paul U. Sehuh's and get a sample bo'.tle o:
(ireeu's August Flower tor 10 cents and
try it, or a regular s .a for 73 cents. Two
doses will relieve you.
' ICE 1 ICE !
IIue, Loomis & Co., dealer in north
ern lake ice, have removed their office
from the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door U
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering ice In all parts of the citys
Those desiring the cold stuff will leave
their orders at the new otHce, where they
will receive prompt attention.
Jamks K'a ANAfiiit, Manager,
Caiiio, Ii.i.s., May 17, 1S77. 5-17-lin
r.xriirsloii to Nt. I.oul lo fieiid the
fourth f July.
Train will leave Narrow Gauge depot,
Tuesday evening July Itrd. at 0 r. m.
Ample aecohimodations lor all who may
wish to go, irrespective of color. Tick.
ets good lor lour days. Fare round trip
$4 00. Tickets lor sale at the office, and
by J. J. Bird.
Wood I H ood I ! Wood I 1 I
The Cairo Box and Basket company
will deliver wood in any part of the city
at $1.12) a load ; also kindling at 3 cents
a bundle. Orders may be lelt with W.
II. Mori is, secretary, at his office In the
City National bank building 27-25
for Nale or Kent.
N'o, C4 Eighth street nearly opposite
the Methodist church parsonage, and at
present occupied by X, B. thistle wood,
Esq. Possession July 2d. Apply to
A. CoMixos, E.sg,
Or Tims. If. Towers, St. Catharine, Ont
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetewn, Evans-
vino, xiuuisviiie, imuirxutiu
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
A'ALTitii II. Pinniniitos Master
Jiiahlxs l'K.i.yiNoToN Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at 6
o'clock p. m.
The fleet sieamer
i u. TiioUAs
Leaves Cairo every SATUttDAY
Kach boat makes close connections at Cairo
Willi llrst-class steamers for sit. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Evansvllle with
lbs K. AC. It. It lor allpointsNortkand East,
and with the LouisvUle Mail Steamers lot all
Uoiuta on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipts on freights and passengers to all points
For urtuer information apply ta
.1 v.Mt illiilisi, Passenger Agent.
HALUDAY Bltoa. , 1 Alrenls
Or to (J. J. UltAMMKR,
4uH'rintr ndent and (ivucral Frei;ut Agent,
liKl-'Jii-lv. tvanaville Indiana.
Public, notice is hereby given that by virtue
of.a decree of the county conn ol Ills c -uuty,
of AU'Mindir In the suite id' Jliuois.
rendered nt tlie June term of naid
court, 1st 7. upon the applicaton ot the
iiuderdit-ned. to sell the real iimm-rlv of the
estats of I.ouis NiiKSiinno, demised to ray the
ilt-ut ot l lie sumo, I. Harmon u. macK, aomin
istmtor de bonis non ut the estate nfl.ouis Maa
siinno, tale of said enmity lUeeased, will sell at
public v-'ndue, on theillstdav of .Inly, A. 1.,
177 ut the I ont door of the ontrt house in tl 9
city of Ciiront two o'clock i. in ot said dv
to ihe highest and best bidder to pay tl.c di l)t
of sunt bonis Nssanno, diceased, thillollon ieg
ileacribid real estate, lo-wit: Lot ehiht (s) li ,
lilock seventeen (17), in the fl' at addaiou the to
city ot Ca-ro, situate in said county and slate
luivtng llierenn a line two story trick, building
adapted lor business and residar.ee. Ihe wed
property ;vlll be lold ab olutelyaud iret-frwn
anyincuiiitirai.ee, iucludlug the the uidow.s
dower, which will be re leaned to the purchaser
without farther consideration. Tsrrus of sale:
One Ihoiisaud dollar and one-half ot surplus to
be cadi in hand, audi lie ha sure in sit months
from tune ol sle. Th deterred payment must
be evidenced by th i pun hns-r's note diawinat
Bix tier tent luteiest w th prnnnd si-cuntj,
and sulemoi trior upon the premises sold.
Dated June Hah IS. 7.
IIAIMON If. IlLACK.
Adiiilnisiratorilc bonis non of the estde of
I.oiila .Vjnojimo. dtd
Sp ia Atteution Paid to
THE Best Quality of Ml ATS always
A tW Tblac that Haow.
Wo know tbat disordered itoauck or
liver produces more suffering than soy otk
er causa. We know that vary lew piyit
oiaos are successful Id these disorders.
We know that DaCosta's radical cure will
without tbs shadow ol a doubt, almost lav
modlstely relieve and permanently core all
of the distressing symptoms. We knew of
thousands who are willing to testify that
what we ssy is true to the letter. We
know tbat if you will give It fair trial,
you will let us add your name to the
"cloud of witnesses." Will you give it a
trial, and do It nowf Trial size only 25
cents, Sold by Karclay Bros.
Prof. Paiker'i Pleasant Worm Syrup is
perfectly safe and extremely palatable.
-u iiubic reuuireu.
Costs 25 cents. Try
The Steam Ftrryboat
Will be run remilarlv. leaving tireea-
lield'l lautlinif at 7. 9 and 11 o'clock a.as.;
l .81), .):!:) sad Tr.w o clock p.m. during emeu
On Sunday she will leave the landtag at
8 and ID oclock a.m. and at 11 in., sad at
W. H. MABEAN.M.D.
Dr. lirlghain-sj! acjessor.)
Oflloo 138 Comnercial Ave.
'J-l-lm Cairo, Ullaeis.
Suvcial attention iriven to the treaimea
Cirouic Ot. eases ai d diaeases peculiar l
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
Ever seen In the Stale out side of Chi
caj;o. Fine exhibition and garden pieces
will beset oil. The tireworks have been
purchased direct lrom New York
through tlie un didin ot Mr. Dan Hart
man. Prol,.. 'J', Thomas will superin
tend the display
The day's entertainment will commence
al 10 a.m. with the reading at the
iimkw of mmmm
B YA YOUNG LADY,
To be followed by
Gov. John King of Paducah,
Hon. William Hartzell, M.C.
Col. Ed. Crossland, of Mayfield.
Hon. D. T. Linegar, of Cairo.
And otheremiaent orators who have been
invited to attend.
Alter w hich a Trotting Pice and a
Bulling race, open to all. Best two In
three for 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
the successful contestant iu climbing ti e
greased pole, sack racing, cathcuihjr
greased pig, base ball match, tat man'
race, slow donkey race, and other sports
to numerous to mention.
Dancing will commence at 1 p. ni. and
continue till 8 p. m.
At 8 p. m. the grand fire works die-
ply will take place.
In tlie evening me uancing win be re
sumed and continue till the "wee sin a'
Arrangements have been made with
railroads at the to Slowing rates ; Illinois
Central, Mississippi Central, St. Louis.
Iron Mountain and Southern, Cairo sad
at. Louis, Mobile and Ohio at oue and
a tilth rato lor round trip. Cairo sod
Viuccunes at greatly reduced rates,
which will be duly advertised.
Arraureiucuts for excursions Irem
various ooints on the river will be made
ol w inch uue uoiico win tw given.
COMMITTEE OF AHRANGMEN I'S
JOHN D. HOLMES, Chairman.
T. M. LOV E l'T', Secretary.
CUAS. A. SAUP, ED. DEZONIA.
CHAS. DELAY. CASEY STITES.
The Southern Hotel huraed down, sa4
vet how nuny people carry their owa
risks. Oo at once to Henry We'ls, Oseeral
ent. snd have your property loared at
The loss of
In this terrible 8t. Luis Sre was irest.
Obtain Life Insurance Policy at once,
since one-tentb ol all tse deaths ia the
United States Is the result of accidents.
This is no
Story put forth tor the occasion, bat ts
taken from tabular tUtemaoU, the relUbO
Uy of which can not be Impeached.
British America, Aeeeta
MUWIUa Mutual, -
Union, of Vhlla. u
Firemen's of Day ton " - 9
Hew Basriauad LutuaJ Life. S7.70
Illinois jtaaoavi aovoioataeity
Genbkal Ltscaiacs Asjurr.
hone tint and asid I Caaj
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