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OFFICE, BITIiTjBlTiasr BTJIXjDIZTQ-, OOE. 12TH STREET A.2HX) W-A.ai-IIISrOTON- AVBNtTI!
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1873.
Rrnttlnjc snatirr -m every stage,
CHRISTIAN ClttJItCll-Elglitlcnih street
between VViWilmjtoii and Walnut.
Meeting every nunday at 10) h. hi,, and 6
.Sunday school nt 3 p. m.
I'rayer meeting Wednesday evening,
I'llKslt YTKIIIAN E.rfktta Street,
l'reachlntc, Habbath at 101 . and 7J p.m
1'rayer mcetlVK, Wednesday at 7i p. m.
ablth Hi liool, 3 p.m. J. M. I.anden, 8u
pcrin endent. ItKV. II. Tiuych, i'astor
MKTII01MST. Cor. KlKbtb and Walnut 9t.
reaching, Sabbath at 104 "., "d 7 p. m
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
tjahhath School, 3. p.m. I.. W. htlllwell,
riupnttnUindent. Riev. K. L. TltoMrsoN,
UUJRCI1 OK THK REI)KKMMl(Kl,l-
iioinltu prayan. Babtotit stoj a.m.
Evening prayer, "1 p.M. -
Sabbsth hebool, It a.m.
' Rkv. E. Coam, Sector.
aT. PATRICK'S CUURCIi-Nlnth Bt. and
WarniiiKtun At enue.
i'ubllc tervlce, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
r?per, 7 p.m.
babtialh ttcbool. 1 p.m,
Service every day, B a.m.
Rev. 1. J. O'Halloiiax, 1'rlest.
T. JOSEl'Il'S ClltJRCIl.-IGennan,) cor.
r ol Walnut and Cros vtreeln.
Mas, every Kabbatb at 10 o'clock a. m.
VmptTC, 'I p. m.
Jlaw during neck day, h o'clock a. in.
Kiev. C. IIokkman, Pried.
GERMAN LUTHERAN C1IURC11-I3tb
treet between Washington Avenue and
I'reachltu Sunday mormntc at 10 o'clock,
babbalh richool at a o'clock p.m.
IlKV. ('. Dukhdcii.shi, l'ator.
VOl'NO MEN'S CHRISTIAN AaSoCIA.
'HON. lte(Ujar meeting second Monday
eacli moutb at their room over Hock well
& Co' book itore, Comuirrctal avenue.
Weekly I'rayer meeting, Friday, 74 p.m. at
L. W. SjTlLLWBM.. I'resldont.
eECOND JUS.SIO.NAUV BAPTIST
CUUKUII. Corner sycamore and Korty-
Uret etreeU. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. lu. and : o'clock p. m.
&undy School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church in connected wttb the Illlnol-
Ak-ocUHoii, by the iim Mir-tun-sry Rjp
tlit Church ot Cairo.
KkV. HvWMON 1.s:onaiii, rator.
AF1UCA.N METHUDIsT.-Kourteentb, be
tweeu Walnut and Cedar.
3erv1ce, sabbath, 11 a.m.
SaSbatU School. l p.m.
ClaNi meet at 3 p.m.
6ECONI FREE WILL RAPTIST'-Fif.
veeuth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service, sabbath, l and 3 p. in.
ItKV. N. UlCKf, Pastor.
REE WILL HAlTl&T HOMK MISSION
nAUIIATll aCUOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cdar atreeU.
Sabbath achool, W a.m.
flltaT KltKK W ILL HAi'TIaT CIIUHCII
Birvfcev aabbath 11 a.m.. 3p.m. 7J p.m.
Hkv. Wm. Kkllkv, l'ator.
KlVtST MISSIONARY HAJ'TlsT CIIUHCII.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth pta.
Prcacuimt sabbath, lot a.m. and 7 J p.m.
Prajer uueetluf, V ednexiay evening.
I'reacblUK, Krldny eveulu.
Rabbotb achool, 1) p.m. John anllaxtel
aud Mar) hyphen.. Superintendent.
HKV. T. J. hlluKKit, factor.
iE 'U.S'U UAITIST CIIUHCII Kourteentli
atreet, between Cedar and Walnut. Tbi
only llaptl.t church recoKtilicd by the Ai-
Service, aabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and p.m.
ItFV.JaCUIl llKAKLKV, Elder.
L'AIKO COMMANUEHY, So. "--Stated
Awembly at the A)lumilaonlc UaU, Ur.l
and third Monday. In each month.
,IAlHO COUNCIL, No.W.-KeKUlar Convo
cation at Maouic UaU, the neeoud 1-rldaj
In each month.
JAIHO CHAPTER No. 71,-Heguiar Con
vocation at Mawiule Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every mouth,
JA1HO L'OUOE, So. 17 f.A A. M-j-Kejcu.
lar (kmuiiunlcaUom. at Maaoulc UaU, the
aecond and fourth Monday of each month.
M.KXANDKll LOUUK, -M-iUtU In Odd
eUow, UaU, In Arter'a building, every
Tburaday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor-John L. Hevcrldgo.
eecreury of SUte Ueorgu U. Harlow.
Auditor of 8Ute-0. E. Llwdncott.
Sute rrea.iver-Ca;per lluu.
Attorney Ueuenil Jamea K. Luaaii.
aupu PubUc InttrucUon-Newton llateman
Senatora-Hlchard .1. Oglcby and John A.
'Xpr'eicntatlve" Eighteenth OUtrlct-!acc
MKMBBUS GEiTKiTAL ASSEMBLY.
ludire 1. J. Hker, of Alexander.
Sute? Attorney-I'utrlck 11. Pop...
Clcrk-H. 8. Yocum.
Wmiiartin-AMeator and Trcaiurer.
fttLUrE. McCrite and B. Marcbll-
,0J?.' t I. n l.vnnh.
uiera oatfu . ..
Coroner-John U. Oommau.
MUNICH' AJ. OOVEHNMEM.
Mavor John Wood.
lZater-ll.A. Cunn ngham.
V .7v 1. Wauon Webb.
.v f, AllohUOl linWIUVt
?..r"l -uV, ,ZR ' HroM and J
B Mintol .nd WW of 1 l,tCrGVaUl,?a!i,Ial0'
uirt CommUsIoner 1, J. Uaiugan.
I1..AKI) OK aUlKHMKK. . .
Ur.i -lllram Illxbv aud J. au
P1"I"P' , .,,v,riiiiil AVood
Secopu waru uv. -.
Ullipnuou. .,- ,, Koril.
I'liiru waru uu v."- -
J. F. NeNU anu su J.
Mff winl-Jno. n. Koblnaon and Wm.
11, MorrU. .
rn CONTHACTOIIS. .
BeabMl propoMl will bo rece veuoy w
'board ..Jiicrtlon" ol .be d ty of Culr ..
for rai-w'K :y" ,i n.ntmL'
Mneteeiitn aim inui i'o " iiiV,
a f undallon and additional WrTunaoMlio
?.,- Th whole to bo ttnl.het , pa'nted.
etc. In accordance with plan uUV' All
tlonVwhlcli can be seen In my oflke. All
I1,." . V. i. rile.l with me on or before
It i h mull ie men "mi w". i'
Monda evening. July 7, next, a 5 o .clock
n m tin-aa.no to tie accompanie'i
P'1.'.. f two Kood and retoonilble turellf i,
for the laliniUI penormanr.a "I ou"-"-;
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
THE WALWO iTII TJHAi RE
SIJ.MEft yFTKKl)AY AFTER
Ml. O'CONOR SUU.MITS AN
OTHER HaTOH OF 1NDK
TENT LETTERS '10
FUHTIIER KVIDKKCK OF THK
UOOD Oil AKAOTER OK THK
A SCOUNHItKLSHOT II V THK HUS
1JANJJ OF THE WOMAN 11 K
A MI. SSI NO
Niw Vokk, June 30. Tho Walworth
trial waa regumod tbli pin. the mi-iing
Jurymen having arrived. Mrt. Walworth
took tho ttand after the oblvction of the
dl.trict attornoy wbo laid her toitlmony
bould bo conQned to acta of imanitv,
wat overruled, ebe te.tifk-d that the waa
mado avare of violence of ilccoated In
Mra. Walworth continued . In tbe 1605.
lumtnur of 167 she had one evening re
turned homo and ae met by Walworth
with look of fury. Tbelr previoua inter-
co rie had been quite friendlv, but be
aeized her by tho arm and dragged her
Into a room, laying be would lee It ibe
wai to leave blm alono of an evening, and
almost tore th clotbei off ber back;
in 1K9 be aroje in the
middle of tho nipht from bit
bnd, and began twearing loudly at liti
liter, and actl in a very violent manner;
t anothor time ho caught hor flngen in
til mouth and bit tbem; be had auddenly
Ir. the night tlmo, been attackol ly theia
flta, and without any apparent ccuie.
To Mr. Pbolpa: Only on one occailon
id these flu immediately auccceded a
Mr. O'Conor aaid be bad another
batch of lntinra which ho wlihed to aub.
tnit to th'i diitrlct attorney and tno court,
but did not care to read to tho jury, at be
did nut tbink it would mxkeany ditlerunce
in the cate. One of tbcm wh tucb aa could
not be read openly in court.
Sunuel Hardin of Louiarille, Kentucky
brnther uf Mr Walworth, to.tifled to the
amiability and good character of Frr.nk
V al worth.
Gen. I.nln II. Walworth next
iworn, and testified that when he waa
topping at the Hoffman bouie, one morn
ing about 4 o clock deccaaed bad come
into bit room. The witneia wa not fully
recovered from tho uffactt of bit woundt
and diteate contracted in the army, De-ceaa-d
began calling for bU wife. Wit
rieta gut up and droned blmielf and left
the room, doling it; Walworth followed
and wat taken by the police; did nut know
Frank well; bit brother did; but from
bis acquaintance with bim knew him to bo
a good young man.
Nxw YonK, June 30. Tbo body of a
man waa found Saturday on South lleach,
.Suten Ialand, and wai recognized at that
of Lionel Percy Sidney, late of the (Iritlib
army, who bat been Hopping at the
Deaoto, nieaker atreot. He left bit hotel
to draw a largo turn from bit banker, and
hat not been eeen tince. At no monoy
waa found on hit peraon foul play it ex
A VILLAIN SUOT.
Chicago, Juno 30 At Dos Moines,
Iowa, Ntlion Yard tbot and inttantly
killed Jackson Jonet, who bo allegot bad
ropatedly outraged hit wife. Mrt. Yard
alao fired a fbot at Junet with a revolver,
but misled. Yard and hit wlfo turrcn
dcrad voluntarily to the autborftlea ani
are both in jail.
VfOoDHULL, fLAV'LTH AND BLOOD.
Havo buen indicted under tbo obicuro
publlcationt act of 1873.
THK NAVAL CADETS
Til Kill ANNUAL
Wasiiinqton, Juno 30, The itcamer
Fortiiuu will Hail from Annapolii on next
Wednttday with thu clan of cadot ungln
eon, for tbe annu tl summer eruito. There
aro about twuiitj-flvo in tbe claaa, and the
crulae will be along coatt of North capo,
d vuriom nvyyardt on the way, She
will r-iturn to Annapolis, in Sptembar.
Tbo aiipnlntmeni nf Melical Director
Joseph Bile, to be chief of tho medical bu
reau of tbe navy hat boon determined
Jotlab Uanacom, chief nf tho bureau of
construction and repalri, and V W.
Woodt, chief of the bureau of atemn-en-
glues of the navy department, left
for New York to Inspnct the Tigrest.
Work on ber will be c imraenced imm
d lately, and puthed with all baste. It it
hoped she will be ready in a weak or tan
THREE CLEVELAND JIER.
CHANTS SUPPOSED TO
. JlAVK BEEN DROWNED
IN LAKE EIHE.
FOUR MEN KILLED BY THE KX
l'LOSION OF A BOX OF
TOBACCJ FACT1 iKY BURNED AT
Detroit, June 30. A flr early tbli
mornlni doitroyej K. C. Barker & Co'i.
t'ibacco factory. Loton machinery ai,d
atock J7S,0(J to 80,000' intured loii on
building about $13.0u0.
roirn mxk killed.
New Yokk, Jnno 30. An explrtlon of
a box of giant powder in Hooiac Tunnal
n Sunday, killed four men and fatally
wounded and leriouily Injured several
afrrosKt) to ni draw's id.
Clkvcland, Juno 80. About 10 a.m.
yailerday morning, Mr. O. Benjamin,
proprietor of a billiard table factory at
Cleveland and Toledo, O. R. Benjamin,
and Geo. 1! alloy, ttartod with a tmall tail
boat for Ricky river, about C mllet from
tbo city on the lake tbore. Nothing tinea
bat been beard or Men of thorn. The
weather hat been very tqually, and ita
probable tboy are daownr-d, aa search by a
tug tbli morning could find no trace of
HIS FATHER'S FU
DEATH OF PROMINENT SCIEN
Chicago, June SO. Col John W. Fos
ter of tbli city, died bera laat night, aged
9. He waa, twenty yean ago, very
prominent in Maiiachuiettt politic!. Us
came to Chicago in 185", and wat for
tome year land committioner of the III!
noil Central railroad, Ue bat been wide
ly known among mon of tctence In thlt
country and Europe, and wat p'eiident
of tbe American aaaoelalion for tba ad
vancement ol aclenco.
Cincinnati, June 30 I'realdent
Grant arrived early tbli morning accom
panied by bit private secretary, Gen, Bah.
cock, and Thnmp-on Dean, and proceeded
a' once to Cvingt"n where bla father Ilea
dad. The funeral of Jeule Grant take
place at tho Methodiil church at 2 o'clock
tomorrow; Tbe holy will be interred, in
Spring Grove cemctory.
Florence, June SO. Tne violence of
the earthquake yeaterday morning waa
concentrated In tbe north prorincei, where
iti effecti were terrible, both in Ion ol
life and properly. At Belleno four
pir'ont were killed and many injured; at
I'uWede and Lapego, teveral were Injured;
at Corago four; l'uenale teven; at Vino
nlo twe at Cuvarrago one. Sovoral churcbet
aro In mint, and many ware badly
mattered, and bundrodt of bouiet havo
ben levelled to tbe ground. The inhabit
ant! havo not yet recovered iroin tneir
terror, and tboutandt are encamped in
fields. There hat boon no rc-cccurrenco
of tbo shocks.
DECLARE 1011 DON CARLOS,
Bavon.ne, Juno 30, Intelligence hat
rencbed here tba. 8,000 of, tbo men of
the province of Biscay have de.
dared in favor of Dun Carlos. Tbe in
turgentt have appointed otHcort for the
province and municipaiitlea irora among
their own numbor.
Paris, June 30. Pretldent McMahon
intondt to aak the commlsaloner of par
dons to remit the tentenco of thoae com
munlstt whote behavior has been unei
coptionableslnca tholr conviction.
.. . '
Cincinnati, June30,--Thlrtoen deaths
from cholera aro roported at tbo health
office to-day. Mayor Johnson hat been
prostrated by It tinea Saturday, but is bet
ter tbls afternoon.
KIOIIT TATAL CASES.
Nasuville, June 30 Eight deatht
from cholera to-day. The weather it fa
vorable to tbe diseaso,
"Washington, June 30 Probabilities
For Now England Tueaday Ireab aid
brisk toutheatterly to touthwetterly
windt, cloudy weather and rain are prob
able. For tbe Middle ttates freah and
brisk windt, veering to toutherly and
weitorly windt, general y cloudy weathor
and rain, with clearing wfatber over
western portion during thlt evening. For
Lower Lake regiont windt veering to
....i.,.',rlv and north weatarly. with
clearine bat partly cloudy weather during
Tuesday. For tbe South Atlantlo states
winds veering to touthwetterly and wett
ly. with clearing weather. For the
OulfttatM eattof Mlsilttlpp a,d north
ward to Ohio, Indlsna and IiUnoUjjafiUo,
to fresh toutherly and vreiterly windt and
! partly cloudy weather. For Upper Lake
region touthwetterly to northwesterly
winds and partly cloudy weathor,
THE KICKAro ft.
Beowxbville, Juno 30. Tho mail
from Lacdo brings new that a largo party
of Klckapoo Indians aro encamped on tho
Mexican tide a fen mllos from thorc. Il
is supposed they are waiting for the Rio
Grand to fatt to make a raid on that
pltco. Preparations are being made for a
vigorous delence. Tbe Indians have been
in tbe habit of making Invasions In that
section, robbing ranches and killing Jat
tlert, and heretofore escaping into Mexico
THK THIEVINO KTH. .
Omasa, Juno 30 A dliptlcb from
Rawlingi, Wyoming Territory, status that
yesttrday a party of Indiana shot a mas
and drove off tome stock from near that
place. A paity ofj.tin citizens pursued
and overtook tho Indians, wbo refund to
give tbe stock up. A light ensued in
which tevoral Indians were killed and
wounded. Tbe Indians were reported to
be a war party of Utes. None ol tbo clli
rent wore wounded.
IS HOWARD RESrO.VSIULK.
"WASHiNoroN Juno JO. Tho attorney
general has not ;ot prepared his opinion
on tbe question submitted to blm by Sec
retary Belknap at to tbe responsibility of
Gen. Howard, commissioner of tbe
Freedman't burcnu. The quottlon by
Secretary Belknap is whether Gen
Howard, as commissioner of the Freud
man's bureau, is liable for tbe
acts of bis tubordinntes. becrctary
Belknap bat tbe utmost con
HUenco In and believes bim to be
thoroughly honest, but expreises the
opinion tbnt be was surrounded by men
and deceived by them. While he thus
believes In tbe integrity of Gen, Howard,
be.cannot shield bim by the fact be wat
deceived by dlaboneat aubordinatos, and
at Gen. Howard wat cau, -nod about
thorn by friendt on teveral occasions, be !
Inclined to hold bim responsible.
New York, June 30. Tbo first of the
lie games of billiards was played this af
ternoon, resulting, Gamier 30C, average
74; Dally 277, average 05J. Game one
hour and Ave minutes. The Aral game
to-nigbt between Garnler and Dion.
The game to-night between Dion and
Girnier resulted: Garnler 300, Dion 148.
Gtrnior'a average, 10 l-lt, Dion e 6 2-7;'.
THE i vnr AT CII1CAOO.
Chicago, June 30 The trotting and
running meeting which begins at Donor
park to-morrow, promiaea to be a great
aucceas, A large number of turfmen
from various parts of the country are
hero, and stablet are lull of Uycrt. T tit re
will be five races to-morrow.
St. Louis, June 80. Flour dull and
weak tor medium and lower grades
Wheat in fair demand for aample Ion;
tall No 2 vtterwd at $1 25; 1 23 bid. Corn
unchanged, No 2 mixed 363$c elevator;
4041o sacked. UaU Inactive; No 2 2 So
elevator, SlA3'Jc sacked. Rye and bar
ley dull anu (luminal. Fork dull and un
changed. Bacon held firmer; shoulder
7j7je; C R9c; US 9jc; hums 13
lou. L.rd dull and uncbauged. Whisk, y
dull, 89c Cattle quiet; t,ood to prime
$5 lof 25; butoheri f3 704 60; ttock
ortfl 754 60 Iloa quiui, 14 20.
Chicago, June 30. Flur quel. Wboat
fair demand at lower rates; No 2 spring
$1 18 spot; $1 13 August; No 1 1 25;
No 3 $1 00; all grades cluaing with telloii
above quotations, Corn regular, 34Jc for
fresh tpol; 32o July, Oatt active and
advanced; '!'.' Jc rpguir or spot;
5?jc July or August; R e e shade higher
$2,002 CI; Barley Uuli and nominal,
No 2 tail 614c; Fork steady $15 60; Cuth
$14 2614 60; Lard quiet and a tbado
ea.ier 18 0008 10; Bulk meat held,
ahouldort CJQOjc; S R 8c; S O 8J8Jc;
Bacon tteady, tbouldert c O R 9Jc; sugar-cured
bams I3jl4jc; Wbltkey
New Orleans, June 30. Flour de
presaed,$C0 60;familv, $8 i010. Corn
dull, mixed, 6070c; w'hlte dn 68c; white
69c. Oats, 41c. Bran dull, G8o. 11 ay
demand moderate; prime $24; choice $25
'JC. Dry srlt meats firmer but dull,
S loulderi Ojc. Pork firmer, meis ollor
mg $16 66. Bacon tbouldert and clear
rib scarce, firmer, 7(39c. Clear tides 0
9jc. Harm I3jlll, Larl le18l
tierce; kegg OJ10 Sugar good, local
demand, lower, tully fair 1818lc; prime,
9c Molatet, no movomeut, WhUky
dull, ordinary Western 68c; Louisville !Uc;
Louisiana, 04c; Cincinnati, 97c, Coffee,
MEUrms, June BO. Cotton steady;
low middling 17l7jo Flour dull and
unchanged, Corn 6656c. Oats tteady,
40c. Bran $12 SO. Corn meal $2 5.
Pork tteadv, $17. Lard inactive and un
changed. "Bacon firmer; thoulders 7Jc,
St. Louis, Juno 80, Arrived, Julia,
Vlcksburg ; Grand Tower, Memphis ;
W. D. Smith, New Boston; W. H- Brown,
Salina Island; Illinois, Teorlaj Baggage,
Duhuqu. D"Pfti Minnesota, bt. Paul;
Kinney, Mitsour river; City of Chester,
Memphis; Harry Jobnton, Keokuk; Ham
Brown, Ohio River; Mary Alice, New
Orlaant. River ritlug tlowly. Clear and
Evansville. June 30; Rain laat night
hut rhiuflv rWr ti.dv' River about tta
tlonary Meroury 70 to 78 deduct. Up
Lucy Bartrara 4 am Fayetto, Morning
, b"', 4 10 o'clock.' Quickstep
gn,i Bowling Green. Down, Arkansas
Belle, Mary Amtnt; generally with good
June 30,Wm ,Utlon.
wither clur nd hot. Butlntu
riuU Arrived: Cbatmtr, IvamvllU;
Billy Collins, Washtaw river. Dcpartod
Charmer and Collins, Cincinnati.
LITTLE Rock. Juno 30. Hlvar nn 1
ttand here 6 feet bv (rauee. 3 feet at Van
lluren, heavy ruins yestorady and last
night, clear to-day. Departed: Utah,
Pittsburo, Juno 30. Heavy rain last
nignt, river steaay since 2 p, m., to-day,
Monongagela 3 feet 3 Inches are rising,
migiiaiij nvoa ruing aoove,
Cincinnati, June 30. River 7 feet and
stationary. Arrived: Henry Probasco,
aiompnis. nam uuringuay, cloudy to
night and cooler
Nashville, June 20. River falling
C feet. Arrived Eddyville from Evans
ville. Departed Eddyville.
Fouktii or July.
PARADE AND PICNIC
Hibernian Fire Company
NO. I Ol' CAIItO. 1I.L4
Cordially Invites the Dabllc ccnerallv to Join
them in celebrating that glorious lay. A
grand time expected aud all necessary
arrangement, looking to the comfort and
enjoyment ol tho participant., have bceu
periectcu. tuo ccicoration or uic u:iy wtu
commence with a
Headed by tbo
DELTA CITY CORNET HAND
In which the whole lire department has
been Invited to narllcltiate. After tho tia-
rade tlio-c desirous of attending thu picnic,
wuicu win oe nciu in me
GHOVES OF KEXTUCKV
Onponlto the city, will find the new, power
ful and commodious ferryboat
At the lauding prepared to take tbcm across,
l'arents can take their children and feel
nertecllv hale in dolntf ao. aa the liluli eallle
LMmnl. ni tiio new terrv makes It dimity
Imp ikUiltt lor an accident to happen. 'Iho
boat Is new, sate aud reliable.
A FINE DANCING FLOOR
Forty ect In width by fifty In lenpfli will be
mm on me K'Ounu. "no naiviiui, ha inai
Hioe JuBlrlMK' to trip the light fantaitlo"
can do m to their hearti content
I'rof, KeiiherK't cclebralcil (.trlng band
wll UiriiMi tho imi-lc for the occn-lon.
Ncccsjry refre.hments will be 011 the
gniundi In abundance. Come everybody
mill eiilov tbe holiday in eood old picnic
ptjle. Theday'd fe-tlitlc will cud with :i
SCHEEL'S HALL AND GAHDEN
. .C, IU11I1U ill,' U U UU.l ....... ...... W
(Jhildreu with pirrtiti free.
Admliaion to ball, gentlemen, each. . .00 cts
T. M. LOVKTT, )
IIknky Stiiut, VCommlttee.
C20 td W. 11 STo.NBK, I
Fourth of July I
UP-THE OHIO RIVER
M g ificent Steamer
The manaKers have thu pleasure of an.
nouncim; that all arrangement have bceu
perfec ed lor the uraudest excursion ever
In. ununited lu Caliu, and It Is expected
that In all Its aiuiolutnu nta. comforts and
conveniences, it will eclipse anyot previous
Tbo Eclcert will leavo city wharf at a
o'clock a.m , toucbliiK at tho stona depot i
l.uuc jiounu way aiuo ciook a.m.
" Caledonia at 10 " '
" Metropolis at la " ui.
Arrive at l'aducah at 1:30 n.m.
Heturnlug will leave i'aducah positively
ai i p.m.
Arrive at Cairo at S:30 p.m. not later.
1 he cabin or this excellent .learner was
brllt with special reference to the accommo
And baviiiB very high railing on her (,'iinrd
and deck, children are porfectly safe on bvr.
OAPT. H W. DUGAN,
Together with his efliclcnt ofllcers and crew,
are particularly Hollcltiuis lor tho Hafrty of
all who may enirunt tliomnelv c totbulrcare,
Ciiipetoiit aud trinity portura will be in at
tendance to take charge of all baskets and
Arrangements bavo been made for scrv
DINNER AND SUPPER
On board tho steamer, also
ICE LllKAM, LEMONADE,
SODA WATER, FRUITS, ETC
IPXiET-JiT OP BBAT8.
V0 ALL WHO COME.
Krom Cairo, Mound City and Caledonli.il 00
AIUIU M,IUUUl.,,,,,,.,,i,, lj
Children under 15 Tears of - balf prlci,
OFFICIAL PAPER OFICITY AND CQOITT.
OARBOLATE OF LIME,
PERMANGANATE OF POTASH.
CI1LOKIDE OF LIME,
FOB S-A-IilQ 7k.rr
CORNER WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGHTH STREET.
2STO. 74 OHIO XjiiVESS
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
The. Salut CUatUt wtU ami widely tuowu as the leadlns od
LARGEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And In all the appointment of a first-class hous, has no competlor in Cairo, and no sum
rlor In the tato outside or (.'hlcaro.
Tho Saint Charles la built In the most solid and substantial manner of brick and Iron, la
four torlo In height, exclusive of basement and uttlc, hat a frontage of 110 fset on Ue
Ohio rhcr. 12A feet oil .Second atreet and a wlnif lor eullnarr nnrnn -i.ln H1nn11.l1r.1ui.
and will comrnrtably accommodate 200 K'csta. Is now doing a line paying buslneai, which
will be lanrulv incria.ed iltirlnir the nretut vear bv tha naw rallrnana nnw Kin ... lit in
Cairo, and u ho'e depotn will bo In close proximity to tbe bouse.
I'artlci wlshlinr to eiif,'ARO In the hotel bulne have now an excellent oppoTtUBltr to
purcha.etho entire property, or otie-thlrd interest with management of tha ibuilneti. In.
eluding furniture and good will, on very reasonable terms, at low mruret. and eatv dst-
Or G. W. COCnRAN,
4i reniiuo street, .cw urlcans.
iEIRTT imr 1HD!1
DUfrhrra, DyttBtrrv, Cbolra Marbaa. taia
ntr Camplalnl, Flai, Chlldrta'a Tcrth
lu, and tbe Qrrat Frcftytlvt (
MAGUIRE'S BENNE PLAT.
TMi titrsurJiiirj mtdltUt. tkt ftn f LUb U iprt4
brctflrtit uroubti t cuitr7. U udvtit'oli pri u
tor Mm!; vtrtfftjrH to tkv putlU. Ht tkt tMpUlu Ut
which it I i&ttbdtd. W fakft lo sur peiMlB uiUiMiv
furttUb4 oluat4rtlr b Cl. Ubf, lt Cttaf Tsps)gts(kUta
kBflajr Burtta t Wi&IsWbi Ova. Flta Btarr Wrt,
Ota fUuitUD oi eibart ot Ik krajf tTktMf T. J,
DoSntt, th ftlebnud lailka bil96ir7i iOm Acrf ik
&kt j, iirnoBi, bospitkl attvkrd. etitiaualra ortMily rf
itamir HjUf os Wtiiliiipfl oi mttry fltt, Wtil
ira Sft<krjksl CirlaUkk UaatUD. trmj ltkpl4lk ut
otktra tovaiinaroua u mtitui. LUtwUa tliktnttiJi
ttba prvaa, prUlof Ita t iiktl vllutqtk.lUala Utklib
mttrni. Ktkr m 4 tela taa ab retaimaa4Uaa. w
taa tUo tftr ta bU Btellnr. Oria Bttil.ii OvttrivM
r MUaoarli&4 Uaa. Joiffa Br. Kayar f if f Ji
Lmi, sa4 amy oiktr Stat aScla a. frr kUk Uar U
tao la ibla aJvartlMBtil. Aaata-UtEtaaaa t kUbtUa
it: 91 ant H KoMoa J4a Tart. B14 & OracfUU at
tbtJUkl dalra tvtrf kr.
J. at :. MAorinc, 8oU rrcpiieior.
S W corni" of OiHe ind Wfcoud tiM Jl, Loull,
Mo. 1'flcy, WBU fxr baimc.
THE MEDICAI, WONDER
A N INTALLIOLK RPEriFIC for PlaM af ta tlrtr.
DU4 KldniftJ tui lUwala. kk4 irraat MrrviUra of all
fafutla daraaienaati. II aiaiak m alMkallt ifUtl Mi 11
U riiaubl aubttliuU tot aaUuaW
TI OOL3 WILL TKLL.
X Lair wiikta to btf a 11 a til latt aha lsIa Bait aaA aaia
ctaial aa4 aba aat4 tot, (or aha taa Lata tr aaaaka, kribt
acalra a Caa4uraaca biiUri.taa itaaieat blu4 parUaraiiui,
aia acta aLactaUr aa tba Uvaia. utar. kUaaia aa luauk.
rrumotlai hcaltbr cUcuIaiiaa al tba ti4 aa4 affaautka
raauraUaa af valor ao4 appaafaoaa la a aataral kf lLkt
Ol'lKKS CUNDl'KANOO HVIR i!ID BLOOD SITTIKI
iDiarfaaai, aal ali&aat Ufta tba aallarar aat af Ua Jaia af 4aaik.
Tbli ll a aar? anDbatla intuition, but urucrtnii aaaaa l ttur
poaitMloa jiiiurjr Ua aaarrtloa. Tbia UaiUUa la tkaaii U
aorarad taiaubla aabaiitata fur Calotnal. It aaraa au Ua
4Utttta t&at Morcnrj baa baratofora bcb awrVaj ai w aat ajo
aal ojoirol, Krarr kSaatlua af tba Litir. lUnayaLBlJ aa4
navaia, iis at aaca ta Ha riUl laQaaaoa. Prap(aia.
vvHisiiisiivsi, tj Mtiiiwif, raiaa ib pms
Cbait, ttrlb,a ulaaaaa. Oraaj, WfraaaUa, arur Diaaifua'
Jaaalica, Dlabataa, KkUrfautat aai tafiaaiaaUaa '
ta raraitaia, Plua, CbaUa, ftaiif, 014 aWaa, aia aA
rllara4 bt Ita aia
Corner of Olire ant Second iti
Diua lor oire
rcular to 4. at o. M A on mi, n.
Ol IvOBl's U
JOHNSON & HILLINGSLY,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
Nbor Twalllh Nlrl Hatwrast
Popiiir Hlract itatl Ootutsicrclal
Are prepsred to do all kinds ol work to
belr line in flrst-cUts, workman-like style,
and at as reasonable lattt at any firm la the
city. AU orders attended to promptly. A
bare of tbe public pstronsje lire tpeclfullgr
Care of Tlckuor & Co., ST. LOU 13,
WOOD KITTEN tiOUdq BBO
Gjnersl Commiaiioo MsiNkiatsi
183 OHIO LIT1I,
S. V. Anil ,. B.J. ATM
AYER8 & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No, 78 Outo LiVM, Uauo, Iuj.
C. I. MATBUI8..
MATHU88 4 UHL
1AY AND WESTERN PMODUOE
CAIRO CITY GOAL
Is prepart4 to tapir eatteaei ith l
PIHSBUR6 AND ILLUHOIF
OUDEU UA at
at BjJK4ay Bre. akU
to utrnsm, e at Mm CmTumm
taaBttlHaM KkMaV Watt ff)MlVt 99PTC
lTBtia saiMsiaw i kama