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A90A1.UX WIXIV.. NO. U.
Knlftht of I'yttilua, meets ererr Vrl
dyilllit at linlMaut nvn, In Odd
Kellowa' 1UII. (,'. K. SLACK,
- Al.KXASDKU I.Ol)0l!, M. J.
:!it, Independent Unlcrnf OdJ-fi l
StF Iowa, iiih'U eery 'Itmridiiy rUjflit
WJP utriuif-puitaeTcn, In llwlr ballon
Commercial dtidiiv, netwetm MXtn nnl fceicntli
atrtrU, Jan" UvMtxs, N, U.
CUIUO KNCAMI'MKNT, I V. , nitretn
In lMd-'ellowa' Unll on the rlrst uud llilrd
lile.-duj lnatarf month, at liall-pjat seven.
C K 9I.ACK, (J. r.
n CAIItOl HlOi:. NO 7JT.A.K. A A. M.
Ar Hold regular coiiiinuiilcattntis in Mil
(Fv sonic 1UII. comer Commercial uunuo
' 'mid Kbthtli strut, on Die svcoud nod
1Uttlj lluiidur of rcli moulli.
L!tctirliu, Plcntc, Lie.
'I lie (rood iiu'on:ir steamer, Manned;
City, cm he chartered fur excurslous or
picnics at re isonablo rnte. Apply to
tt-Mm , Wal.l.KK A.NKU.L.
A lull aHort tnciit ot Hy N'et, Hone
Covert mid Manket, si well as u lull supply
ol alt other goods In our line, ut 1C." (,'otn
merclil avt title, next door to Theatre.
WiM.'Jw. L. I). AKIN A. Co.
Jel the tteat.
Dr. Selh Arnold' Coiuh Killer the
yreat erndlcator tor a'l htnllscisca a su
perior remedy to all other "medicines yet
discovered, In severe cses. It l a sure,
Ml:k, and perfectly afu ictiiedy (or
rott(li, cold', sore throM, v. hooping cough
.rotlp,iilid all (Ihwi-n of the throat an I
lnnya. Retail prle3, 2.'i and 7) coots and d.
Any hottlo tint dool not jjlw: relief may he
returned, and the money will he refunded.
Ir. Sf th Arnold's l)l:trrhti- ltnloin i."iand
iOr.mts. Rcinumbcr It la w.irrnntul. Ar
nold's Itll loiM Miudnike I'llli, oprrallm;
whtaout alckm-sa ;ind pain. ('mnpoiiMlcd
by Dr. Seth Arnold's .Medical Conorali
Woonorkct, It. I. iold hj Paul l..SrJiuh,
drujftslat, Cairo, III. ."..2:,.3,n.
Having again eitabllshcd myself in the
Lumber limine.', at the Wall k Kilt Mill,
I aui prepared to cell lumber of all hlr.d-,
Wth and shingles at uho'.caile and retail,
and to oiTcr cx'ra inducement at all time,
fuaratieliiif the lo ot possible prlcc.
4V-.VII.tm. .1. s. Melt AIIK-k .
Mr. I'hil II. Saup vtlsttcs to nnncticto to
hl friend and tho-public Rticra!ly, that
ho Inn latdy rifted up, tit excellent Myle,
hi' commodious and ronifort.sblc p trior on
YVatbluctoii nveime, near Eighth street, for
the cnteitiiiinutit of thoho (it our citizen
and the reitof mankind who Indtilyo In
Ice crtam, oda wattr, confcctloncrlc, Ac
and Ibat he U preptivd to liitnith to citi
zen! of Cairo, it homo or at hit parbr,
anythlni; In hli line, l'lnl. Is well known
to our citizens, and a Ms r.)0t;n are very
pleasantly fitted up, and a he can alwayn
be found at hla pott, diy or nlht, to. look
after the welfare of hla cU'tJiner, we he
upeak for Mm that cutoin which his enter
priie merit. 1114 ice cream and lemouado
are dellcloui, hi toJa water l not ciualled
by any in the city, anil a far a confection
erica are concerned, It cannot be denied
that hla atock l nlway thehc-t In tho city.
422-5-1 -l m
Mra. Honnardotl'cra licr ervlcc an alck
nur. She l experienced In all klnd of
nurrlng. 1'iibllc pli'ir.nK reipectlullr so
licited. I.carc orden on Cedar klrcct, be
tween Tnvnty-'l bird and Twenty-Kourth
trectj, in the I'orter Home, or I' 0. Ilox
llpe 'li;r TtibaiTO.
Kred Tvichmau, al his ci'tr and toba:c3
tore on Klfchth atrtct, hat Just received a
large and complete aiortmcnt of plpce, etc.
uud n laixe nock of the bet brando( uno
ling and chcwlne tobacco. K. T.'a Hand
ard cltfar always on hand. Give him a ill.
Every Hp on Tmn,
phyaioloiti sty, the human body I- en
tirely changed, and renewed. Kvrry ino
meiit ot oar lives Merypart of our bodlc
In wcarln?oot and In hcins httilt up anew
of frcali matter. Ttib worli U accomp'.ldicd
by the blood which kopi through every
part. Hut if the hbod become weak or
vltiitcd, and doo not perform it work
properly, the iyMcm li actually pol-one.l
by tho worn-out milter closing thu ltal
organs Inttcad of IcuWni: l lie body. Kor
dytpcpvla, blllfltii-ne.-'t, kidney, kklli and
liver troubles, levoH, and all dlaeasoi aris
ing Irom vitiated blood,, I)H. Walkhk's
OAl.iroHNiA Vixkoai! lltTrBits area "OV
ereiirn remedy. 5-ll-d&w.4w.
I'lmio nnd OrRan Tiiiilnir.
Mr. M. Kuhno dolro ua to say that he Is
veady to receive ordr for I'iino and Or
an tuning, and repairing mu'enl iu-tru-oienta.
Ui dtr nmy ha lelt at tho corner ol
Thirteenth ami Walnut street, or 1'. O.
tlox (Klil, and will receive prompt attention,
tin nui! tiff "ler.
Laudlordi ol hotel and hoarding hour
Kill find it to their sdvantayo to call upon
.Mm. Coleman, l.aundrera, No 12 I'ouilh
atrect, between Wehliinj;t(in and Commer
ctal avenues. Hotel ami hn.rdin-hou6o
wadiing, TDconiapordoren. l ot piecework
prices are ai follow: Silicic khirt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen We; ocks .V; two col
lars, Re; two handkerchief, Sc; ves 20c;
and all gentlemen' wear, Me. per
doRcn. I.ndle' dreysca, 2"i to fiOc;
aklrti 10 to 20c; drawora 10 to 15c; two
pair hofo rjc; two collnruft to lCc. Kor la
dlo' plain rlolhes f 1 00 per dozon; lor la-
.dies lino clothes, ?l 2.'i per doren; dono
dromptly, atid prompllv dollcred. r
Kullrn of ItemoTnt,
The well-known harhcr ahop, comer
Eighth and Commercial, prodded ovjr by
'.he popular artl't, (leorge Stelnhoiifo, has
rcmovod ono door north on Commercial, lu
;he tJrand Oenlral Hotel, Tho now ahop la
artfo and commodlouij, and thoeo wHlilnj
for uylhliiK artistic in tho way of fashion
tMo hair cuttlnK, smooth Khnvc?, etc., will
lo well to t all nt th (Hand Central Harhcr
I'u I on Rakerr.
r'rnnk Kratky, of tho Union llakcry,
Commercial avonue. between Fouith nnd
Sixth itrcets, has re-opcnodhUbakcry,
Is now prepared to deliver Hrcad and Cakes
of the best n,uaUty, anywhere in the city or
country, in lucn iiuanmics as w cusium
nraTd(ilM. Prices will bo made en
tlrelyvtltireferjnoe to th present bud
tlaeitUothir word, cheaper than tho
chBiit. Send It) Tour ordon.
wj:dnksday, junk o, ibto.
luteal Weather Rcpurl.
(,'iiuo, ll.L., JuneH. 1-7.1.
Wwii. I Vr.r.
7niii. SU. 13". I
11 ' 30 1S3 M '
ip m. SU.Oal 71'
K. I t Clear.
I 4 'Klr.
THOMAH JKNKH, Srrnt. S. fi V. H. A.
Tim dty liithers rniivein.'il Inst nlxtit.
Tliu proceedinx in full will bo published
In to-morrow Uw.
Tin- colored Odd Fellow of tliU city
lmv clmrteri'il the steamer Hiiiinoek City
to tfike tlii.-in to I'udti'.'uh on tliu twi-nty-third
Mrs. C. W. liradley Ivtl the elty ycitor
day tiionilii for liur former liotnc, In
Kvni.svllh;, Iiitliitnii, to vMt her motlicr,
who U very lek.
Kfgiihr iiieetlng Thursday ovidiln lor
election of olllcorc. A full uttendanco U
desired. Ily order of the lodge.
iWJ-21 O. if. Si. ck, .Scc'y.
I.oiiN lIcrlM'H lin I'll.SI'.M'.lt.
For tin; D.t't fow davc, the living ot
cows about thy eltv liaibeoii nttlivr -low.
There have bwu no (lend eoivs reported,
nod the people. iirisujjatn liuitiiinuito feel
at c;i'i: uboiit lliclr slock.
lOrX. Ua;,' clock envelope nt llm Ht'i.
LniK olllce, .l 25 per M.
I. !((! Ill I'ulrd.
Soiiicllmi! a iirui of tin; mine of
O. If. Hull w.i- killed In t)tilner. Wo
learn from the Maeonih Jiagle. that In
he arrived In Cairo with a military
hand, and. leaving It here, en;.MKcd In
hit'lnel in thN eltv.
The Voniau'h Club and Library Asso
ciation having a desire to jhow their itp
preelation of tho eonipllnienUty Itencllt
tendered tliem recently at the Athenciiin.
by the Taylor Literary Society, will lve
that body a reception at the re-ddciici' of
Mr. .lolin Il.Oherly to-morrow rveulni.'.
fho kcecr of the do pound, yencnlay
morning made another descent upon the
unfortunate hrittci coiillueil in that Insti
tution, and dis)iatched about a thou-and
ofthem, moroorUvs,ainl then tluniiHtl
their earca''e bchle tho-e that have al
ready been dlpoed of.
Tlio l oiircrl
There was u larg(; crowd of ladle" and
gentlemen out to llMen to the first ojicn
air concert of the season, given by the
Delta Cltv Cornet Hand, last evening.
They played ten very bcauttlul selections.
which were highly appreciated and
loudly applauded by the bystander.
Tli hi I'ienlr.
Tim mt'tnber-. of tin- Turner society,
who will given picnic for the benefit ot
tho German school, on Sunday, July
fourth, declare that with the aid of sev
eral prominent gentlcmii of till city,
thev Intend to make It n ttccc.i'i seldom
For thehi't two days, work.ncu have
been eng.igetl in tearing down the re
mains of the building on Commercial av
enue, owned by Mr. H. . Ilalliday.
lately dctroyed by tire. It is said that
It I the Intention of that lady to build
nnother and more rub'tautial building on
the lot very soon.
Amandtu Jaeckel is given to Schlltz,
and has the remUatlon in the city of
kecphur hl beer In the very beit condi
tion. 'fhoe who drink nt Jaeckcra sa
loon tell its that to drink his cool delic
ious licer Is as enjoyable as a watering
place In dimmer time orsouiethliighotin
winter. We dotit know, because we run
The Milt of (i. M. Alden A Co. v.
Miiihu A Uhl, brought to recover dam
ages Mistalned on a lot of Hour bought
of Mathus & 1'hl lu .lime, 187U, has oc
cupied the time of the Court clncc Mon
day, but will probably eloe to-day. A
largo number of witnesses were c.uiii-
Inert in this can1, mid It Is thought the ar
gument will be lengthy.
Iteiliu'lloii ol I.lceiikP.
The Council will not hesitate to reduce
tho saloon IIccik-d to $100 a year. Why
should a saloon-keeper pay more than
another business man for llceu-o to do
business.? Is the miction now. Mayor
Winter was elected on tho Usue ol low
llecu'o and change- generally. The peo
ple ought to rule. Their wlshc, us ex
pressed at the late election. Mioulrt be
obeyed. Shouldn't they ?
More ftmnll I'ox,
Two more eases of small pox, not
withstanding tho liopu and belief of tho
iiutliorllle; that the scourge had about
disappeared from among u, wero re
ported to Chief of I'olieo Williams yes
terday morning, Tho last victims are
children of a colored family residing near
the African .Methodist Kplscopal church,
at' tho corner of Eighteenth and Walnut
streets. It U the Intention of Mayor Win
ter to have them romovrd to llm post
A NIlKbt niMurbum-r.
A German lady yesterday morning
hart lively time- with a couple of big
loafers. Thu twain ol rulllans went Into
her saloon in the lower part of town and
called tor driuks.whtch wero given them,
ntirt they utartert out without paying for
tlicim The lady dirt not relish this part
of tho transaction much, and she went
nfi-.r them, One ol tho men utruck her,
whenuipon she went to work and gave
them both n complete warming, nnd had
them rrcitert, flnort and, put In the
Two nogm womtm had n high Ituls on
Thirteenth street, about eleven o'clock
Monday night. They fought about a false
lover, who don't, It Is said, care a conti
nental for either of them, and scratched,
bit nnd kicked each other forn while,
when they were parted. No damage wa
done, however, to either, beyond a few
xerntches and bruise.
Il LMf'.M EH Hi l.oilU IliiglmrlU.
OoliiR It AliMie.
Mr. It. W. .Miller, late of the llrm of
.Miller & I'arker, has concluded to go It
alone in the couitnlsslou butluiMs. Ilo
will continue tho business In the utorc
room lately occupied by Miller X I'arker.
He Is well-known throughout the coun
try ns ii prompt, reliable and sound busi
ness man, and will make his new enter
prise as .aucct'ssfbl as his past experi
ence has been. See his card In another
Coroner (lossmaii yesterday iiltemoon
left with four State's prlsoneM, convicted
nt the present term of the circuit court,
named Moore, llcaeh, Itileyand Morris.
The three lint named Individuals were
wmtencod to three ycara each lu the pen
itentiary at .Toilet, lor robbing a woman,
and tho latter was (sentenced to live years
Imprisonment for stealing one hundred
and eighty dollars In gold anil ilver.
w I' I mi.
We call attention of our readers to
the card of the new firm of I'arker it
(.'uniiliigham, successors to Miller A I'ar
ker. couiinlsklon and forwarding mer
chant". Mr. Cuunlughum is one ol our
oldes.t cltl.uis. and gained great popular
ity with the people, during his career, us
n leading dry lood.s merchant of Cairo.
Captain I'arker is well known as a suc
cessful bulnes muii, who brlngi several
year' experience In the commission
hu.slucss, willi plenty of capital, into the
new firm. We take pleasure in recom
mending them to the public.
ilo tii IrfMil. Herbert' fur I'll.ST,.
In I tie City.
Mr. .1. A. Italley, advance agent for
Bailey X Company's famous Interna
tional show, U now lu this city making
preparations for the appearance of that In
stitution in Cairo. A circiivnnd menag
erie, under the management of Mr. Hal
ley, one of the proprietors of the Interna
tional, vlitcd this city a season or two
ago, and was pronounced excellent lu
every department, but Mr. lialley, a
brother of the partner lu the concern, as
sures us that the show which he intends
to bring to Cairo within a lew week', U
superior lu many rc-pects to that exhib
ited hen: on their former vMt.
The Mound City Journal .ay : "If
Cairo was as well represented in the
vholc-ale trade in other lines as she h In
the lino of wines and liquors by F. M.
.Stockflclh, she would be recognized as a
rival among commercial towns to titles
of as much importance as St. Louis, Chi
cago and Cincinnati. Mr. Stockileth has
the capital. enterpris ami energy neces
sary to conduct siiecesatullv a large busi
ness, and he nes them no less to build up
his town than to advance Ids own for
tunes. His trade extends over a wide
field, wliii.ii should also look to Cairo for
Its wholesale supplies of dry goods, gro
ceries, boots and shoe, etc., mid prob
ably will when men of experience and
capital begin to prollt by Mr. Stockileth
example. In the quality and prices of
his direct Importations as well as domes
tic goods, Mr. S. competes successfully
with the largcst houses west of the Alle-
Ills Honor Judge Dross transacted
all the bn.slnes done in this line yester
day. There was not very much to demand
his attention, and when boiled down
amounts to the following:
D. F. Bennett, r sowing machine
agent, who lately opened a sewing ma
chine establishment on Commercial ave
nue, was ordered by Olllcer La Hue to
appear before His Honor at two o'clock,
yesterday, and answer to the charge of
selling and onering goods, wares nnd
merchandise without license. The Judge
heard the evidence and fined Iteuuctt ten
dollars and costs, which he paid.
Thomas Harriet and James Con
nelly were arrested by Olllcer Wldlcamp
for drunkenness and disorderly conduct.
They were adjudged guilty and lined five
dollars and costs and sent to the
lock-up four day each, and will earn
their board by working on thu streets.
netlctoii-PI.Nt'.M:ii..itl l.ouU Her.
Tho following we clip from a Cincin
nati paper of the 5th instant :
"Information has reached this city of
tint arrest, a lew days ago, at Charles
ton, Missouri, of Henry T. Mauker, on a
charge of embezzling government money
from tho postollleo at holly Springs,
MUs. Detectives have been on his track
for some time, aiidllnallv succeeded in his
capture by closely shadowing Ids sister,
who resides in this city. Maiiker resided
for a time in Chicago, from which place
he fled to escape liU creditors.
Afterwards it Is alleged he swindled
tho First National bank ot Cairo, out of
$1,70J, on a forged check. Ho has trav
eled under numerous aliases and lias sev
eral wives scattered throughout tho wes
tern country. Ho was postmaster nt
Jioiiy bprlugs and It- Is said look several
i,..,ii.-.iiim ,iwi,i. hi gijvermneiu money
mm tin, lit irlum lu, .1.... it., i.
' Y. ,,u wuvilllllii'il. 11(1 Is
now on Ids way to Holly Springs, in the
i-iimu ui eminent, oiuccrs.
The swindler referred to In this nnr.i.
grapli was arrested by Mr. Eugene Kesee,
city marsnai 01 Charleston, a few days
a tro, ami handed over to thn irnvornowni
ofilclals, but tho National Hank of this
city was not swindled bv .l.,nu-,.p -
any one else, that we are aware of. The
writer ot tno paragraph has got tho mut
ter rather mixed, and probably meant
to say tho Alexander Comity IJank,
which, 11 Is, said, was beat out of a con
siderable amount of money some time
ago by a gontlomni ot the samo stripe,
At the Bulletin bindery 48 numbers,
bound In two volume, full gilt mor
rocco; costal! ; for sale at $40.
Iitanrane Nollee t'.strn,
All persons having policies In the Far
mers', Merchants' & Manufacturers' Insu
rance Co. of Hamilton, Ohio, are ear
nestly regucstetl lo report them to me Im
mediately, at I lie insurance olllce of C.
N. Hughes, No. CI Ohio Levee.
Jons Sli'tz, Special Agent.
tUino, Itu, June U.lS'fi. 6-9-2t
"Fileticr" Is the ti.nne of a beer that
Herbert keeps a good beor, In color am
ber, and of a peculiar flavor that any one
must like who U a good Judge of lnger.
It Is becoming populnr, and Herbert Is
confident that It will win Its way to pop
ular favor. He Is aware of the fact that
the Cairo beer-drinkers are fastidious
and hard to please, but ho Is
determined to plea-c them. He will
therefore always have on baud a good
supply ot Pllsener and keep it as cool as
The Cairo Turner Society has made ar
rangements to celebrate the Fourth of
July by a picnic on one of our railroad,
or some other suitable place. The pro
ceeds to be donated for the benefit of the
German school, to relieve them of the
Indebtedness incurred during the year
past. Further particulars will be stated
lu n few day. o-$-t
W. A. Iloscnblat, of St. I.otti. was
at the Planters yesterday.
T. W. Danforth, of Chatle-ton, was
at thu Grand Central yesterday.
J. Shadrlch, or Belknap, Illinois, was
at the Delmoiilco yesterday.
C. W. Finn, of Uliln, wa-, at tho
John Steele, of Dayton, Ohio, was at
the St. Charles yesterday.
A.J. ltccse, of Caledonia, was regis
tered at the iXimonico yesterday.
Fred. S. Stohl, of Chicago, was reg
istered at the Planters yesterday.
J. B. Whitaker, of New Orleans, was
registered at the Delmoiilco yesterday.
H. Meyer and lady,of Cluelnn.ttl, O.,
were quartered at the Planters' yester
day. -J. C.WIIIU and W. W. I.Indal.or
Metropolis, were at the St. Charles yes
terday. Hon. John II. Seott, mayor of Me
tropolis, was regl-lered at the St. Charles
B. F. Marcks, a commercial tourist
of St. Louis, wa.s registered at tho St.
Henry W. Smith, a commercial trav
eler of St. Louis. w:ts tit the IKimonico
Win. J. Llbrich and family, of St.
Louis, were regi-tered'at the Delmoiilco
J. A. Bailey, advance agent lor
Bailey & Co.'s circus, is at the St.
J. L. Gilbert and K. W. Sutler, of
Metropolis, were registered at the Del
Mourice Moran, and lady, ot Char
leston, were quartered at the Grand Cen
John II. Valuer, ot-M'Uropolls, was
registered at tho Grand Central yester
.1... It. Freidtnau and M. B. Itncuburg,
both of Burton, Ohio, were registered nt
the Planters' yesterday.
George B. Field and M. J. ltampal,
both of Cincinnati, Ohio, were quartered
at the St. Charles yesterday.
George Stevens, connected with the
-Mollne plow works, of Mollne, Illinois,
was nt the St. Charles yesterday.
Thomas J. Ullln, an extensive dealer
in lumber, of Ash Hill, Missouri,
was registered nt the Dcimonleo yester
day. George M. Corlis and Benjamin Itun
kln, of the firm of Corlis & Itankin, to
bacconlsts, of Metropolis, w'ereat the St.
George Sawer, general traveling
agent for the land department ol the
Ivau.-as Pacific Hallway Companj , was
at the St. Charles yesterday.
BY ODE FBIEND AT THE C0BNEB.
Hnu, Cn), linthliiax, Ac.
I. Walder, at tlieeorner of Ohio Levee
and Sixth street, known to some as "our
fnentl at the corner,1' has
"slaughtered'' high prices In llat, Caps,
anil Clothing. He Is selling ut great bar
gains, a fact that makes some dealers teel
as If they were shot or struck by light
ning. Call on lilni.and price ills goods,
for which lie docs not owe a nlekle.
The celebrated O. If. Sealing Wax, fur
sealing fruit cans-best In use ; Uo
Fuvcr'ri Improved axle grease, and a largo
stock of Geo. F. Davidson & Co.'s star
hams 5 also Millet and Hungarian grass
seed on hand ami for sale by
G-S-nt. Stiiatton it Binn.
A silver plated No.U WI!on Shuttle Sow
ing Machine, hard (piano) tlulth, valued ot
f S5. Will bo told nt ?'-0 dlxcount, on good
term", nd ordered direct from the factory.
A No.1 Wllsau Shuttlo Sowing Machine
valued at "?'. Will ho sold at K dUcomit
nnd ordored direct frrm the factory.
A i0 itciulnKton Sowing Mudihio-$30
oft for cuh. .Suitable for tailor or boot and
.U a bargain, nnd on good tormt, a Howe
Sewing Machine. May be teen at the Com
pany's olllce, corner Ninth street nd Com
mercial. FOB SALE.
'Plcturi-souo AmcrlcV 18 uutn'jcra
bound in '1 volumes, full gilt Morocco ;
A tyl "E," "dough, Warron Oo.V
parlor Organ, right from tho faotory at De
troit. Hit price, 8300. Will b told for
Forsuy of the above articles, apply at
tlw iiuiXKTiN olllce. E. A. Burnett.
PlLSENF.lt at Louis Herbert's.
nertTrhU la Mind.
Dr. Jemiolle.duilng the present school
vacation, will pay particular attention to
lllllng "and treating clilldron's teeth. Par
ents whoso children may be suffering
with their teeth, please bear thl In mind.
Owners of drnys, water curls, wagons
or other vehicles, subject to license, will
please call at once on the city clerk atid
procure numbers to correspond with their
license, and those not having llceii'ii to
procure them Immediately.
0-1-Ct. W. M. Willums, C. M.
Go to Wlleox'.s for strawberries.
We will take, at the St. Charles Hotel,
during the summer month', 53day boarder,
at $22 per month, amino boarder with cool,
pleatint rooms on the upper floor, at t"i)
per month. At this extremely low rate,
none but promptly paying boarders will bo
accepted. Jkwktt Wilcox t Co.,
A man to canvass for sale of Howe
sewing machines. Apply to D. F. Ben
nctt, corner of Commercial avenue and
Ninth street. C-l-lt.
Iliir Hull or f. cry Derrliliou
PJIIL II.SAUP S.
The (urlncrahlp horetoforc existing be
tween 1!. W. Miller and 1). T. Parker, un
der the Jstyle of Miller ,t Parker, Is
this day tll.vo!vcil by niuttul agreement,
It. II. Cunningham lmvh g purchased tho
intei-jt of It. W. .Miller. The btislne.s will
be carried on under the atylo of Parker A
CumihiKhaiii. All dubts due the late firm
will bo paid to Paikcr A: Cuuulughnni, and
they will pay all debts o tho late llrm to
thladite. It. W. Mlt.LEn.
l. T. l'AUKUIt,
C.uno, 111., June .", 187S. (i-ft lw
.Veil Vt'grtiihlc Ntnml,
Frank Guncher will this morning open a
new vendible stand on Eighth Mreet hack
of Chris. Manny's store, where fresh vege
tables and fifli will bo sold to cit'toiuers nt
lower prices than any other plaeo in Cairo.
Ills vegetables arc rdscd in his ow;i gar
den, he catches his own ll-li, and can there
fore guarantee them fresh; and be can af
ford to undersell all compcltorN. Give him
a cill. fl-S-Ct.
All peron. within the corporate limits ol
I '.he city ol Cairo arc hereby ruqucttrrt and
notlticd to cleanse their prcmltcs inside of
live days from this date. A failure on the
part of any occupant or owner of any house
or lot to obey this notice, will he arrested
and tltfed under tin rdhuncoa of tho city.
Persons can deposit tho rubbish in a pile on
the streets dui lur the term of this order
(being five days,) when it will bo removed
by tho city authorities.
Further, on and after the Olh of June, all
persons are notulad not to leave wlH or
alops remaining upon tbclr premises, but
deposit th same every morning in a bor,
keg or barrel in front of his nr her bonce,
whence it will be removed every morning
(Sunday excepted) by the city garbage cart
Mayor City ot Cairo.
Cairo, Juno ath, 1875. u-O-M.
fisSTXX Wood stock envelopes ot the
Bulletin ofllce. S:t 00 per M.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men I run the cf
fees of errors and abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage romoved. New method of treatment.
Now and remarkable remedies. Books
nnd circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWAHD ASSOCIATION, 410
. Mnth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an instl
tutloti having a high reputation for honor
al lc conduct and profcanioual skill.
Meeting of the Stockholders
Cairo & St. Louis Railroad Company .
PUBLIC notice Is hereby rItcii that there will
be lieM A lumiiiff or the atiickltuldrra ol' ttie
Cairo .t tot Luuia lUlltowl ('unijuny, at ttiv
ttafion huuscof said company, In tlio city nt
KatM. Loula, In the county of St. Ciulruml
Statu of IllinoU, on
Jlumlny the irtth l)y of Juue, A. M.
at Ihelioura of eleven o'clock a in., for the pur-iKi-eof
Mien Hint tliciv rlpcthurtiy rM stock
holder seven illrvct'irH fur sulU cump.oiy Inr llir
vneithilf jear, nnd then unit Hide truimactiiiK
audi other UuslneiS aiipcrluliiliix to said com
pany a aliull come beiorc said iiRttluc
A full iittunitinicu of nil the stocUioMi r. In
ralilvoilitmny is miiratisl nnl inucli Ui slreil
IMtcil, this VOth diiy ur.Muy, 1STS.
ii. vr. smiiiii:ii.,
ii ii. i'ay.-o.v,
t . ,1. CANIIA,
r. i: CANDA.
W. It. AUI IfClt,
tVocklmlocrs (. A s . I, l. , Co.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
BY virtue of ait order of tliecuimty court ot
Alexander county, hi ttie eUtv of Illinois,
made ut the December term tlmcof, A I). 1K7I,
iikii tlio iiurtittiin ol the iinilerjlened, iiinilnia
Irnlorofthe ejtutc (if John l,leVltl, deceased,
incalnst llarhra K. DcWIttumt other, 1 n ill, on
Tentli Diiy of June .ct,
nt the hour of 10 o'clock n, m ,oftuld dtiy, sell
at public endue ut the trout door of the aluru ol
Klchard A. IMinoiidsou nt L'n.t Cnsj (Jluuilcnit
In auld Alexander eoiiuty.tliv iViIIom iiiKdCM-rih-eilrealeobita.
situated In Alcxamkr county, hi
the SUtv of Illluuta, lo-wllt
Alllliii,luk.-rvft(r thesuid John I) IMVItt
deoeaswl, lu and tn tho undlvldeil one-half ol
Ihatnart oftectlon teicn 171 . towntliiiiXu. four-
tecu (11) , aotltli liilie No. tnrre (31 , ivest of the
third prtudiMl mcrldlaii, iuuiv pariiciilarly dv-
scribed as follon-a: Coiurueuclug ut the hall I
bitt Ion corner uu auiilh sldu ot Mid section
seicn (7), ninnlii theiich north with varialion
tlx degrees (il dcKreca) umtthlriytnlnuteai forty
..lialiis h, ernfn. if MT.tlnn. und ninnlnir llieiici.
east nineteen and elKlity-even huuiiredllia (III i
tn-W) chains to u post "Ui" tncitce runnins
south, varlalluu alv i)rs;tiv (0 drtrra) and
tlility nnuutrat I'orly chains to post "Kt" i
thence neat nineteen and hlotty-llve liimdieililii 1
(in ha-100) clmlni to poat or hrgimihiK at "U" j
aud couululnz aaventy-nine unit alxly-fniii' I
hiuidivdtlia (70 Ct-lOO) ncrea more qrlraa.
1 ho aIkivs ilejcriued Ivnl catala belnv aiibstan-
tially (he undtvlded half of tin west half of the
oiiln eabt quarter of bald section, . .
THIOLS OK Si ALK:-Oim third caah In liarnll
the balance to tm imU lu one year from ths day
ofaals, lhrpiire)iaor loitlvc hla note drawing
l per cent. luteiat forme deferred payment,
sad around by tuortkaK with power of aula uu
on the prsralses sold. Ttitsala Is to Umsd
tirorje rithef, Attornor. 4li-Mv-dlt.
Steamer Jim FUk, Pndttcali.
" ' Utah, Cincinnati.
" F.ddyvllle, Nashville.
" J. D. Parker, Memphis.
' Glcncoe, New Orleans.
Tow-hont Cha9. Jlrown, St. I.ouU.
Stonmcr Jim Flsk, Paduculi.
" Utah, St. I.ouU.
" J. D. Parker, Cincinnati.
" Glcncoe, St. I.ouU.
Towboat Future-City, New Orleans.
" Chas. Ilrown, St. Louis.
Jim Flsk, l'aducali ; Cherokee, Cons.
Millar, Cincinnati ; Mary Houston, John
A. Scudder, Falls Pilot, South; Julia,
ItlVEIl AS II WtUrtlKH.
The river lat evening wns 20 feet
1 l-Ti luclics on the k1"''! Iiaving rlcn
15 a-5 Inches durlnjr tho prttviotts 24
liours. The river wns stationary
at St. LotiU yesterday, hut rising slowly
at Louisville, Pittsburg and Nashville.
The Wabash Is also rising. Tho weather
is clear ngaiu, but still cool.
The James Howard leaves New Or
eaus this evening for St. I.ouU.
Tlio Mary Houston left New Orleans
with 2.V) tons und a ciblrt f i til of pcoiile
-Tim LoulsWIIe arrived in New Or-
I ;aii Saturday with III, 121 package" of
The Atlantic aud two barges took
21,42S package Into New Orleati". She
ulo had u barge of ice ami one of lumber.
-Thu big wharf-boat of lite Illinois
Central road was towed by thu II. S. Mc
Cotuh to Mound City, yesterday, tor
overhauling aud general repairs.
-Tho Kvnnsvllle Courier aays the
llurksvllle Is liolng dismantled at Padu
eali, and her machinery 1 to he placed on
a now hull to he named "Tennessee ltoll-
lug Mill Workt."
Cupt. Hlcksand Clerk Air. Clrissom,
ot the Ikile Lee, were in the city last ev
ening and left by the City ot Chester, for
-Memphis. I he new Hello Lee will be off
the ways in about 5 weeks.
The New Orleans Tiuus of Sunday
says: "Hen. S. Lewis, who is well known
as one of our best Iteil river pilots, aud
wlui was unfortunatcenough tolic beaten
in a foot nee by Wcstley, at Shrcveport,
a short time ago, comes out boldly lu
our columns this morning aud challenges
James Posey, thcchainplon of Louisiana,
to run mm a race of 100 yards for Irom
$100 to S'iOO. lieu, means business, and
his money is ready to make his challenge
Thu Kddj villc yesterday morning
brought over 100 tons of pig metal and
boiler Iron for St. Louis. She had a nar
row escape from total loss Sunday mom
lug above Eddyvllle, on the Cumberland,
where she picked up a new snag which
tore a nolo In Her bow as big as a cask-
She sivved herself by hurrying lier treljrlit
aft, and throwing overboard several casks
or scrap iron which Jhhtcnwl hcriow
sufllclently to expose the hole, when it
was patched enough to enable her to
complete her trip. She will no doubt
repair at Padueali.
Wan DafAiiiMENT, Itivt ii IUi-out,
aranosis. Lowwantn. tnAsaK.
rr, ur. rr. , ix,
I'ittaliurK - . ;t T is
Cincinnati a II A
lularille .. e o x A
St. Lout 20 2 10
Corrtctwl Dnllrbjr K. M. Stcirrii, commlsalon
nicrclinnt, Sccittnry of thv I'ulro hoard ot
Flour, ncconlliifr to gnuW
Corn, mlxtsl, sarktsl
Corn, white, aitckol
llrun, wr tun ,
Meal, atcum ihltsl
Ilutter, choice Northern
Iluttcr.cholce Southern 111...
Kicks, jkt dozen
I'urkcya, per dozen
1'oUtoo), s r barrel
(Inl jns, ivt lurrvl
Struu berries per crate ...
t l 80
- llIJ Oil
i com w
A I.' (lend cjircassca removed tYom thdclty,
Xl. must U' thrown IntlieMlaaUaippl rltcral
tlio rock plle.U'tuern'l s rtit -eltrtith uiiil'l flirty
foiirth sirtvta,lu iiconnlniicu willi Uritumnce Nn.
5, Section :t. W, IIIIOVV.V, Health Oineer.
XOUTJISWE OF KlOHTJl STREET
Setwoeu WoshlnKton and Commercial
Tho ailvcrtUor, a retired pliyrlcian, hav
ing proldunthill) illscoiercd, wbllu a Ied
icil Mlsalouury in .Soutlicro Attn, a very
slmplo vcxelnlilorcnieily for the speedy aud
pertii'juenl cure ot Comuinptlou, Atthma,
llrntuitltls, Catarrh, and all throat and lung
nrTouttciiis, aNo a positive and radical spe
cific lor Nervous Debility, Prematura Do-
cuy, and ill Nervous ComphdiiU, feeU It Ids
duty to make It known to hla suffering fel
lows. Actuated by this motive, ho will
cheerfully sand (Ireo of chargu) to all who
drslro it, tho receipt for prepaiiu?, and lull
directions for succe.kfullr ualnir, this provi
dentially desired remedy. Those who wlh
to avail ihcouolvea of the. benefits ol this
discovery without coat, ran do au by return
mall, bv adilrcaslug
)h, Cium.r.8 P. Maudiiall,
01 Niagara Street,
a;-M-w8t. wuffaio, y. Y.
PROTECT YOUR BUILDIKOS I
Laotitj'a Fatsjat UU Paint.
Foa yui(ii., Tin, Ikon AxntJMivat. Iloors.
TtiU Is r. Vlr aud WaUr-Proof Taint, w
pecltilly ilesll ror.Hhtuala roofs. An old,
roof.Hrate-l'aTnted, will outlast a uasr onaun-'
painted, and a new roof will last threa tlmaa a
ionibUU-rVhilad. Aa assMtr of tcoauisnjr at
31.--WU, leJlvavhtof tin XU, vSksw.
Leading Journal of Southern
r -w nil .
Will steadfastly oppose th policies ol ths,
Republican party, and refuas to be tram
melled uy the dictation of any cllmts In the
ft believes that the Republican party ha
fulfilled Its mission, and that the Demo
cratic party as now organized should ben-
stored to power.
It believes the Radical tyranny that ha
tm SMIVI V al ( AVtnaaakaUal li tKad QAIltK
s a v ? v a hi j i a vs a. s sv Sw
should be overthrown anal the people ct in
Southerm 8UU permitted to control their
It believe that railroad corporation
should be prohibited try legislative react
mnt from extorting and unjustly dsicnm-
mating in their buUM transaction with
It recognizes the equality ot all men be
fore the law.
It advocate free commerce' tariff for
It advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest payment of tho public
It advocate economy im-the administra
tion ot publle affairs:
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Huiletln will publish all the local newt
ol Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign and General Mews, and en
doavor to please all taete and interest ah
WpP lf I V -RtTT T IM1M
j i - x LSI i
Is a thirty-two column paper, furnished to
subscriber for the low price of
$1 25 PUt YEAR,
lnlrr tir.n.M 1 I. (S
in the West, and I a pleasing KlrirJe
Visitor and Family Companion.
Caouot tall to tee the rivaled !adue
meuU offered by The BulltHi in the way j
of cheap and profltabl adverthjemenU.
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