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Ihdliniltif flnler nf l)dj-Fl-l-
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Commercial ivniii, between nlxth an 2,n,u
Hirtu, " '.tomtit OoMWA. I. " .
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ltitdt MMeiy mnnlli, ampi-pusi ra
4 .1 1liAl.ll ,y,
NO iOT.A.F. A A. M.
Hold ntflllnr cortimnnlratinn in Mi.
onlc IIhTI, corner Commercial atenue
Btttl FIlL'tlth trMt. an th MviA uml
turfh .Monday of tbch month. . r
' Local notices.
fcacur.lon, Fleulr, Mr.
liic good pastenger iteanier, liannoik
City, cin tie chartered (or excursion or
(Unlet t reasonable rates, Apply to
" 04-ttn JVai.kkrA; N'kimm,
A lull al sol lino tot of Hy Net, Hone
Com mi) Blanket, mi Mali a n lull upply
ol utl other good in our line, at lO.'i Com
mercial avenue, uext door to Theatre.
.ic i.2v. I., u. Akin a Co.
Uct llir Beat.
I)r Selh Arnold' Couh Killer lue
gieat eradlctor tor a' I lung illtcate a u
perior remedy to uli other rucdlclne )t
dUcoiered, In uverc ce. UN a nitre,
iiulsk, ami perfect!) jfo remedy lor
ic-ughi, cold, gre tlnoit, wboopliif; rough
jrimp,niiflallfil,eaH- of the tbroat 'and
lutig. Retail prleo, JS and HO centVanu $1,
Aoy bottle tint doc not jl relief in ay he
leturnad, and the money will be refunded.
Dr. Sttb Arnold' Dlarrbua Balaam. 'J.', mid
f) cents. Kememhcr It ! warranted Ar.
nold'uBllilout Maud rake 1'IIU, operulluir
without alckr.eit and pains Compounded
by Dr. .Sttb Arnold' MaOlrul t.'orporatl n,
Woonocket, It. I. Sold by Paul tl.Hclmh,
druggUt, Cairo, III. ;VI4&.Im.
Having again est.-iMUIied lnyelf in the
Lumbr btt.lne. at tha Wall A Kut 31111,
I atu prepared to cll lumber of all kind,
lath and alitogle at wholesale and retail,
utid to offer ex ra inducement at all times,
guaranteeing the laivett pomble price.
403-MMtn. J. S. McOallBY.
Every n Veora.
pbyalologlit lay, Un human body I en
tirely changed and renewed. Kvery mo
ment of oar live, every part of our hodlc
1 wearing out anil U belnK built up anew
of freh matter. TbUwork In aecompliilied
by the blood which Koe through every
part. But If U! blood become weak or
vitiated, and doe not perforin lt work
properly, the lyttcin li actually poione 1
by the worn-out matter clogging the v IUI
orgaiu Initead of leaving the body. Kor
dyipepnla, )illiotHncr, kidney, oLlu anil
liver trouble, ltver, and all diteae ari
log from vitiated blood, Dr. Wai.kkk'm
CaUFOHMU VlSKOAK BlTTSK1 r- n .or
rri-lgn rrinedr. .V141Aw-4v.
Piano naid Organ Tnnlna;.
Mr. M. Kuhne desire iia to aay that be la
ready to receive order for l'lano aud Or
an tuning, and repairing minkal iottru
nent. Order may be llt at the corner ot
fblrteentb and Walnut ttreeU, or I. O.
Uos WA, and will receive prompt aticntlon.
Uu aud f.sr it rr.
l.andlonU ot hotel and tioanlluK boii-e
m III tlnd It to their sdvantKC to call upon
Mr. Oolenun, hiuudrrn, No VI r'ourtb
treet, betwevQ wrxhtngfiu ami Oommer
vial avenue. Hotel and boardlng-hotim
waihlng, "Sctntaperdozen. r'oi piecework
iirlies are ai followi. KlnKle thlrt and col
lar, 10c; per Uocu W)ci ovk :c; two
lar, 5c; two handkerchief, 5c; vct
and all gentlemen' wear, Wc.
io$t. J.adlc' dreuei, i" to
klrtW'to 50c; drawer 10 to l.ic;
pair hose 5c; two collars ." to lCc. For U
dleV plain clothe 81 00 per dozen; lor la
dle tine clothe, 1 2-'' per doen; done
dramptly, and prouijitlv delivered. I'.i
Matter vl Rlval.
The well-known barbor tbop, comer
Kigbtli aud Commercial, preldedo; r ty
;be popular artlid, George Htelohou.e, bu
removed one door north uu Commercial, in
.be Oraud Central Hotel. The new (hop i
,arge aud comuiodiou, and those wishing
lor anything untitle In the way of fu-lilon-
able hair cutting, tmootb -liavc, etc., will
40 well to call at the Orand Central Barber
Krauk Kratky, of the. I'uion Bakery
Commercial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixth ttrceti, ba rc-openedhWbaltery, and
I now prepared to deliver Bread and Cake
of the bet imallty, anywhere in the city or
country, in tucb imantitie a bia custom
u may delre. Hriceawlll bo made on
tlrely with referince to the present hud
time : In other ivordt, cheaper thin tbt
cheaptiU Send in your order,
A allver plated No. 9 WlUon Shuttle Hew
ing Machine, hard (piano) llnlih, valued t
185. Will be old at 20 dl'rount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from the factory.
A No.'J Wilu .Shuttle Sewing Machine
Valued at k!- Will bu old at 15 discount
and ordered direct Irt m the la.-tory
A i'M Kemtngtou Solving Muohlne-f l
oB' for cah. Suitable for tailor or hoot and
At a bargain, aud on good term, a Howe
Sawing Machine. May be eeu at ttm uom
jiauy' otltcc, corner Ninth tre tt ami Com
"I'lctuwsfpuo America" la
bound in 'i volume, full gilt
" von SALE. '
A tyh "K," ''Clougb, yrren & Co.'
l'arlor OtvBB, right from tno factory at IU
ttaii. I.l.t nrlce. 300. Will be old for
aVIw two-Uowa Qainblewagon
For any of the above article, apply at
I he Bulletin office. , huknktt.
(Jo to WllooxV for trBwberrU"i.
k q i i tiinctuoruoftitaaniiw.
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SATtJHDAY, JUNK 12, 1876.
f.rl Nratktr Reavarl.
Ciiao, III., Juntll, 171.
Vai., I Wiatuia
7 a m
THOMAS JONKS, Hergt, H.H..V S. A
fll.MNRR m Unit Ilerbarl'.
. A ftrt-c1aHM cook- lilt- woman
ferml to wliom good wngei
lx- p:ild. Knijuifi nt lli'j.um.N I'outitliifr
liiiMiieit III K)llci- circlet ol'llil. fit V 1
'I'lie t)(anl of county comiiiUtlonen In
itnu In feslon at the court lioiie.
Another L'liirs nt'-wiAll pox. -aid to be on
(,Vlar street, Itetiveon Twelfth and Thlr
lf nth atmdH, wnt reported to tlicjmayor
Tla- pay car of the. Cairo x Vlncnne
lullroad company started out oil its
tuual monthly tour along thf line yeMer-
Parker, Axley V Wild arc doliij? u
roulnff big bmliict? In the sale of potato-,
mid will not tail to atlfy all who
may deal with them.
iu lu I.umU tlrrlirrl'a fur fllJai:-
The late changH In the weather ha
made nttacki of Mlliou-nci among all
clai'i and colois of the lnhabltuut of
the city ijulte freipuent.
Mr. John I.. Wisdom, editor and pro
prietor of the Jackson (Tennessee)
;alci, which wn laU-ly totally destroyed
by lire, wa In the city yctfnlay.
31 oanllKbl Kxruralou
It Is sild that on next Thursday even
ing the Delta City Fire company will
give an afternoon and moonlight excur
sion on the tcainer Bannock City.
Another I'lraaure Trip.
number of the pleasure-loving peo
ple olCalro are talking of getting tip an
other excursion partv, to go into the
woodi a few mile above town and spend
A little negro boy, about seven years
Id, yesterday took a notion that a trip
would prove bene itcial to hitu, but was
night by hl parents- before he had gone
more than a half do.eu square from Iih
jtfslrX Ittig fitock envelopes at the IH'i.-
l.r.HN OtJICC, S. K.T M.
Cililstlne X 1.0,invnl-r Imv.i Jn.f re
ceived a lurK lot ol Straw Hats ol tlie
latest stvle and at all prices. They have
ilo a full line of IVlt aud bilk Hat',
ap,etr., etc.. to Milt all in tylo and
t:ii-rtlun of nltlrm.
At the regular meeting of the Odd-Fel
lows, on Thursday eiciung, the follow
ing otlleora n ere elected tor the cnsulni;
term: Noble (Jruud, Thomas J. Kerth;
Vice C.rand. Charle- Lame; Recording
.secretary, "ill h. liawwius; lernia
nant Si'cretary, Harmon II. Black :
Treasurer. Chrl. Oterloh.
Want to Celebrate
.Since the. uburh of Mouud City, gen
rallv called Cairo, ha- tailed to develop
energy and patriotism enough lo get up
one-horse celebration on .tue iin oi
Julv.nud the urolect seems abandoned
ntlrely, we would therefore suggest that
our citizens get up a ilrst-cbi ceietira-
I ton at home. Mound City FatrU l.
The rula-kl ',iio i-ayn: "Circuit
Couit at Cairo is plodding along on the
criminal docket and the Prosecuting At
torney If happy lu having provided
working quarters for llltceii of Calro'n
sprout. ll' gathereth them together
as a hen gatheieth her little ones,
and lovingly patting them on the
head nayeth, 'These are my Jewels; tempt
A liuntlng party will leave hero to-day
for the it-L'lons nrouud about Belmont
nnd New Madrid. The party will go by
boat to Belmont ami there take the Iron
Mountain road, The game they most de'
sire to come upon will he hear. The par.
ty, as made up, is : .lauicH Hilton, of the
Cat railroad, the Deputy Sheriff of Mis
sissippi county, M. D. Moeler, K. A. Bur
nett, .lames Smith, Ambrose rhlllips,
and others, too numerous to mention.
Sheriff Irvln Is at home once more.
Judge Bross leaves for St. I.ouls this
Mrs. John Uecves has gone to New
York State, to visit friends and relatives.
Mr. W. H. Morris goes to St. I.ouls
on business to-day. He will return with
in a day or two.
Dr. Wardner, who has been at Knox
vllle, in this State, to fetch his neice who
has been at school there, will return lo the
city tills uflcrnoon.
A lull line of ingrain nud Brussels Car
pets Just received by Goldstlnu & Hoscn
water, all of tho latest designs, suited to
parlon, sitting-rooms, dining rooms, tic.
and selling at prices to suit the times
lower than the samcquallty of goods have
eyer been sold here. Call, examine and
satisfy yourselves. Now U the time, nnd
at Goldstlne & Rosenwater's Is the plnco
to buy. fl-12-3t. a
limn- WriktiMiUnirlflnr Hi llltf D.'t
luonk'o lloltlf Inlftriu li thnt It U Ills ln
tcntlon to iflVr hli hoil.'v ti IhotOiign
overhauling a soon a hl4 hitslne Will
ei rait that Is, as soon us bulue4
slacki up, which he thinks will Ih
about th Ut of July or first ot August.
Several patties during the pic.
ent week went to the Ken
tucky hike. fUhlng. 'Hie reportx as to
flahtng are sadly at varlanw. Hoiiip say
that the only bites they got were from
the nioqulto, while other" lay that tl-li
are plenty ami bite voraclomly.
a'j . , . .
Hicliard Clieatvtn and Micheal I'ey
nold wero tried upon the charge of lar
ceny, and acquitted by the Jury.
The stilts ol Ayew A Co., and U. A.
DeHaum agatust the Western Union Tele
graph company were tried before the
court, but not concluded, owing to sick
tie' ot one of the witnesses. They will
be finished to-morrow.
Th Orriaan Nebool flculr
The Turner Swlety, of this city, who
will give a picnic on Sunday, duly 4th,
for the bciicllt of (he (lermaii ichool, are
anticipating u large attendance on the oe
ralon, and a rousing gooil time. The
Society will charter a train, we are in
formed, on the Cairo & St. l.oul Narrow
Gauge railroad, to carry those who may
want to attend, to the picnic, which
he held aloui; the line of that road
point aliout nine miles above Cairo.
The following business was transact
ed by Judge Hros. In the police court,
Mary Thompson was arrested lor us
ing offensive aud abusive language, nud
fined five dollars nnd cost-. She went to
Jail for eight days.
IIiiMoii Dickie, Henry .smith mid
Nathan Standi, three colored boy, were
arrested and arraigned before His Honor
lor disorderly conduct. Smith, after the
evidence had been heard, was discharged.
Dickie and SUincII were found guilty aud
fined live dollars anil costs each. The
Judge recommended the mayor to pardon
the prl-oners. as this was thelrllrst otleiiMi
and on account ot their extreme youth.
Caiiio, .lune 10th, 1675.
, Caiiio Hri.i.v.Tix: Shaking about the
Fourth of .Inly, 1 sen by the papers that
the Miirphy-boro jieople are going to
have a.blg blow-out. Why can't tho lire
companion of Cairo go up there and turn
out with them and have a good time ':
There is not going to be auythlng done
here, .so let its get up a big turn-out and
give our friends a call and have a glorious
old-time Fourth. The numerous .secret
Kocletles could, also, I believe, be Induced
to participate, nnd the whole allalr could
be made to g'o along swimmingly.
J. Shogmareliu, ot Vienna, was at
the Planters' yesterday.
A. Swonzy. of New York city, was
at the St. Charles yesterday.
W. M. Fruncls, of McConib City, was
at the St. Cliarl. Jc -tenia V.
J. W. Alslap, of Marlon, Ohio. n
at the St. Charles yesterday.
I.ouls I'orcheway, of Uunos Ay res
was at the St. Charles yesterday.
F. Davis, of Clinton, Kentucky, was
quartered at tho Dehnonlco yesterday.
B. F. Smith, of Kentucky, was regis
tered at the Delmonlco yesterday.
It. W. Coller, of St. Louis, was reg
Utered at the St. Charles yesterday.
G. K. Pickering, of Cincinnati, wa
registered nt the St. Charles yesterday.
W. A. Pollock, of Greenville, MU,ls
slppl, was registered at the St. Charles
Thomas J. Cunditl", of New Orleans,
was registered at the Delmonlco yester
day. George W. liiifl, of Pocahontas SIls
sourl, was stopping at the Planters' yes.
James Judsouaud lady, ol Memphis,
were registered at the Planters' yester
day. -Win. II. Halllday and P. C. Gable.
of Chicago, were arrivals at the St.
F. I.. Hickman, of Paris, Kentucky,
was an arrival at the St. Charles yester
day, John I.. Wisdom, of Jackson Tennes
see, was registered at tho St. Charles yes
terday. JohnC. Hcrndon, of Louisville, Ken
tucky, was among the arrivals at the St.
Charle Brown, ol St. I.ouls, was
among the arrivals at the Planters' yes
terday. Monsieur L)ejfTovciiee,n French tour
ist of Lyons, France, was registered at
the St. Charles yesterday.
Mr. J. W. Sewcll, a merchant ol
Bert rand, Kentucky, was registered at
the Delmonlco yesterday.
Cant. O. lines, proprietor of the
Centralia House, at Centrally, was quar
tered at the St. Charles yesterday.
A. K. Schuake, traveling agent for
the Gennanla Life Insurance Company
of New York, is stopping nt the Planters'.
J. C. ilinkley, superintendent ot the
Cairo & St. Louis Narrow Gauge Hall
road Company, was quartered at tho St
George W. Wlnslow, of Mt, Vernon,
Illinois, ho of Cairo & Vlncennes noto
riety, wns rcKUtered at the St. Charles
mar NX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at the Biii.i.k i is olllee, printed
$:t r0aud$4 00 per M,
Ionln Herbert Usui PltUIIKMF.ll.
New Vegetable Ntniul.
Frank Ouncbor will this morning open
new vcgetshlo stand on Kiyhtn street back
of Chris, Ilunny's store, where froih vege
tables and nth will bo sold to customer ut
lower prices (ban any other place lu Cairo.
Ill vegetables are nlsed la Ills own gar
den, ho catches his own flub, and can there
fore guarantee them frtshs and ho can af
ford to undersell all coroneilloiSs (live him
a call. fl-a.Ht,
Steamer Jlui Flik, PiUhlcnli.
" Jno. AiSciiiUteh Neu Orleans
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Loutt..
' . Hickory, Tennessie river.
-' Mlnneola, MemphU.
Toii-lioatSlmpjoii Horner, Soiithr
" (iov. Allen, Clnclmmtl.
Steauicr Jim Flsk, Paducali.
" Jno. A. Scudder, St. Louis.
" Stc. (lenevlevet-Vhksburg.
' Hickory, St. Louis
' Minneoln, Memphis,
Tow-hoat Simpson Horner, l.uulsillle.
Gov. Alien, St. Louis.
-Jim Flsk, Paducali ; Idleulld, Kvaus
vllle; Thompson Dcau, liobt. Mllchel,
Arlington, Itidlaua, from Ohio rher;
Great Kepubllc, Hell Memphis, St. Louis;
Chan. Morgan, Cous. Millar, Palls Pilot
and barges, from the South.
KIVEK AN II WEAIIIKII,
The river last evening was'JI leet 82-5
Inches on the gauge, having risen :W of
an Inch In 'Jl hours. A general decline
has commenced In nil direction If re
ports be true.
The weather was hot yesterday, but
was made bcurnbh by a strong refresh
ing breeze that blew all day. The ex
treme heat causes apprehensions of com
The Gov. Allen had a tow of Iron
and salt for St. Louis. She report the
Ohio falling from Kvansville out.
The Clias. Morgan Is coming from
New Orleans with 000 tons of freight and
US cabin mid Ylh deck people.
The Cherokee left her barge Llbble
Williams here, and It can hu hired nt low
figures by any steamboat needing a barge
Mr. Jewelt Wilcox, proprietor ot the
St. Charles, In this city, has returned
from St. Louis, whither he went to bid
Capt. Dug.in and the Fckert an affect
ionate farewell, in behalf of the pleasure
seeker, of Cairo. Dugan, you know, has
announced through the Republican thnt,
during tills Summer at least, the F.ckcrt
will be held at St. I.ouls as a permanent
picnic excursion boat. That will Ik; all
The New Orleans Times of the Uth
says: "An interesting steamboat case
was disposed of by Commissioner Weller
on Tueday morning, wherein a negro
cabin boy had the oillcers of the steamer
Chas Morgan arrested for assault and
battery, nnd swore positively that he was
beaten by each, nnd was then put ashore
on a barren Island. The evidence for the
defense proved his tory a fabrication,
however, and in return for the Insolence
of the. negro in the court-room, and his
willingness to compromise the matter for
S.I.OOU, the court discharged all of the de
fendants but one, who was putjundcr a
lxjnd of three dollars.''
Diver Hiram Hill returned from his
pig Iron mission to the Tennessee river
yesterday. He found the metal nearly
all covered up In qulckfcnml and could
only recover 'JO tons of it. lli:tva that
is not prepared to go into tlie ground Ju.-t
The St. Louis Times of yesterday lias
the following dispatch :
BuiTALO, Jtinu 10. 'I'he tuir boat It.
K. llillbrd exnloded lier boiler at six
o'clock this moriitiig- in tlie harbor, near
the lower part ot tne t enirai ivtiarr, Hill
Capt. James Hand, Kn;ineer Kdivard
Day, wlio was a resident of Cleveland,
ami a boy whose name Is unknown. A
tl.ilicrtnan was also very Fcrlouslv,
uud, it is thought, fatally injured.
1 he cause oi toe explosion Is unknown.
Tlie boat was blown to atoms and the
wreck sunk. The force of the explosion
was so great that the body of Capt. Hand
was thrown over a four-Mory bulldlnir
and 160 feet across a street. The
body ol hnxinecr Day was sunk lu the
W'AH DUrAHTIIlNT, llllkH lUlMIMT,
it. ix. rr. I IN.
PlIUbUTK i S -I
Cincinnati 14 0 l t
LouliTllle u : I ;i
St. Louis lit C I I
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Bbawncotowu, EvauB-
vuio, Ijouibviuo, (Jinoinnati
and all way landings.
'lb tuirlvalUd tlilr-wliHl tcuiiirr
I), (i rowi.m Master.
Ki. It. 'l'uoiiAs .. Clerk.
III leave Kvuvllllfor Culroirtry MONOAY
amlTllUKSUAY at o'clock li. in.
Li-die Cairo every TUKSHAY ami KltlDAV ,nl
ii o cioca p. in.
The decant eldfr-wheel stcanu-r
ni.N llnwARu Master
Waltcu II. rsNNiKfiTOX Clerk.
Will leave Evansvllle for Cairo every TUKS-
DAY and t'UIUAY at 4 o'clock p. m
Will leave Cuiroevery WKONK.il A Yund SAT-
uitiiAi aioo'ciocK p. m.
The elegant ililt-wueel ateumer
Jons Gorr - Htftt!
Mat. William Clerk
I-UVCA Bvano lUe Ibr Cairo every WKDXES
Iave Cairo even 1UUUSDAY uml SUNDAY
at Up. w.
Kuch boat tiinkesclo connections (it Culm
oilih ilrvt'Juu klmmers Tor St. I.ollli. .Mini
pbl aud hew Orleau. and at limusvlllo with
me n.. mf is. is iurBiinfiH..su.,..u .4i,.
and with the
e l.muVllie .null nieamrrs luriui
H)lnu on the
Uiiuer Ohio. Klvins
iiud pusenger to all point
"or further Information apply lo
SOI,. HILVF.lt, Vacn
IIAI.LIDAY IlltOtf ., I Air.nia
I, M. 1'llll.l.ll'b, j Agent,
li, J, iiiiA.Mair.il,
gtirlutendeiil and General Freight Ain'iit,
lo-j.-io-ly. Kvanivllle Indiana.
a month to , uiteiiU, every when
Addrett xcvLlon Mm. Co , II n-
PlkSBSJijt at Louis Hcrbta'
BY OUR FHIEM0 AT TKK C0KNEK,
llfttn.Cnpi, Clolliliia, ate
i. Wilder, nt fhe cornef of Ohio Levee
and Slxtli street, kuowiHo foine. as "our
friend nt the corner," has
"slaughtered" high pi Ice lu Hals, Cops,
nnd Clothing. He Is selling at great bar
gains, a fact that makes some dealers leel
as If they were shot or struck by light
ning. Call on him, ami price his good,
for which he does not owe a nlckle,
Wo will take, at the St. Charlut Hotel,
durlm; the summer mouthv'iOday boirJer,
nt 22 per month, anil.' boarders with coo',
pleasint room on tho upper door, at 30
per mouth. At till extremely low rate,
none but promptly pit)lng boarders will be
accepted. .iKu tir Wil.cox Y Co,,
lo?NN Wood-toek eiiudopes at the
Bn.t.KTiv ofllce. $.1 00 per M.
Hear Thin In Mind.
Dr. Jennelle, during the present school
vacation, will pay particular attention to
lilllng and treating children's teeth. Par
ents whose children may be suffeilug
with their leelh, please bear this In mind.
At the Bl'm.ktix bindery IS numbers,
bound in two volumes, full gilt mor
rocco; co-t $M ; for sale nt
lias Hull ofi: ery llearrlitlon
Obstacles to Marriage.
Hippy relief for yoiinsr men from the ef.
feci of error! nnd abuse lu early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to unr-
rU,'o removed. New method of treatment.
New uud remarkable remedies. Book
and clrcultrs sent free, In sealed envelope.
Address, HOWAKD ASSOCIATION, 410
N. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.-an Insti
tution having a hleh reputation for honor
al le conduct and professional skill.
rl l-d & w-3m.
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
Currectul Dally ly K, M Stearns, conmiUblon
nicrrnaiK, as.-ituiry i ine Miiro i.mini ui
1 rude. '
Flour, accunllDi; to grade S4 0;i; M
Corn, mlxtsl. rurktsl ta'iic
Corn, while, sockul .......... 7iS-c
Out, mlxi'l-... - (nViC
limn, et ion eiu-v
.Mml, tKn ilrlcl it 73
Putter, i-liolce NorUiern ft --c
llutter.eholi-r .Souilieni lit Josyic
y-fft, er Ioten. l-'c
(liirLcns. iwitoifn H3 li
Turkey, ixriloicn - 4'J J
I'ouioea, is-r iuutvi - -
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SELLING OFF AT COST!
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llK-miKNCK: No 11 Ttili ts-ctitti elrfil, l
Inis-n WaslilliKtoii avriiueuml Walnut Miael.
OIT1CK. North tlle if KlfthUi trcet be
tween Cominrrclal ami WMMnxtnn nvtnue.
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OFFICE: Comer Ml lib tm-t and Ulilo Uver.
OKFICK IIOUKS FrumAa.ia. lira., ami
Iroio 2 to Mi m
OFFICK lliulrr'.s I Hock, (up-ttalu), corner
Kl'lith tnrt nnd Walilnuton avenue.
II. s, IIIUIIIISM, M li. II N. KtKNlLlt, M. II.
0RS. DRIOHAM & KEENER,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
No. 131 Commerolal Avtane,
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to s p. in Dr. Keener enn I found at the olUce
nt nltrtil. tm-Mt-ir
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE: KlKblh btm-l, between Commer
cial ami Wanklnston avenue ,
' ' " ...i.r.i.r.0,
Attorney nt Law.
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, over room formerly
ocoiilnl by First National Hank,
QREEN & OILBERT,
Attorney ami CouiiHelom
OFFICK- Oliln ITe, Tooiin 7 tint it
City National Bank,
William 11 Dlllwrt. I r.Aimt niiviua.
Mile Frol'k. UlllH-rt )
. CJ-Sjioclal uttentlnu given to Admlrully and
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREET
BatwMB Waablnutoa aud Comtnorctal
Meeting of tho Stockholders
Cuiro& St. Luuia Railroad Company.
1D1JIII.IC outlet- U hi-ieby gtieu that Hurt will
. be hrld u Iliei tlliK of tlie ttoekholdi l'S of the
Cairo a bt IaiuI Italliouil t ompany, nt tlie
station Imui-eoi' Milil company, In the city ot
Kjut M. Lauu, Iii the county or t ;iuir ana
State of llllnoU, on
VfiiuiUy Hip awiti Biy of Jhuc. A. O.
ut the hour of eleven o'clock u m , for the pur
iflse of then and there eW-ctluir by aald ttoca
holdrr eien director for aald coinwny lor the
enduing year, and then uud there tranactlug
tuch other biulni'.'J apiertalnlng In ald com
iiauy a (hall conic heiore sold inif llnir
A mil attendance of all tha tofhohlrrii In
said coniinr li ivipiesteil and much ilcnlinl
Ii.ueil. uu -urn nay in .uuy, in...
H W SMITIIKUS,
.1 IV M.VVI.N,
II It, I'AYMI.N,
;. .1 . CANDA,
W S K.VIU.S,
F. K. CANDA ,
W. It. AlMlllilt,
.Stocktiiildtn C W I. It K
Ever pn'sont "Rest for tho Weary."
.Miitliviiis, Pillows nnd Uolatir l
G. W HICK'S
Corner of .Vbiili-enlh uud roiil.il' stuet. U
tiiee it Ihe New York Mloivnnd i.'ol Tnjlor' of
Ik'f, us follow Kxci-lnlor and Shuck Mt-
IrusM-n, mil tilt.', cotton top, . Jlj HIHIIll ur.
cotton lop, M good i)l.ilu?ihiu'k Mullif-i'i'J, J
ami H Lounge, Mn:le, uud t rili ,M:ittnH ut
I ii I uml price In sun Hie Hani lliueri, ii-riun
atiU-tly lu-th . Highest rnsh price paid for corn
jthuck. ik-llvervsl ut my lurlur)
lirliill Oealrr III
Importod from Now York City,
No. 178 Waylilimton Ave.
Corner Eleventh St.,
on bv IndUcH-llon or exiv. Any DnittnUl
1-Sl.ilAwlT. (;lnlnntl, OMo,
OrriCK Hour.- From 7:30 a.tn
p.m.; Sunday from 7 tot) a.m.
Order 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Att. IP U
llllnol Central It It
Mls.v Central tl II
Ciilro ,t I'lno-nncs
Cairo, Arkanaa A
Tcxa It K-Dally
Ohio Itlver Itoute
Ml. Itlver KoHti
Up, Hun. Tu. Fri
lown,Tu Thu. sat
Frhby A Saturday
U. W McKeaIU, V M.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THA1NS LEAVE CAIHO
Mall ut l::i:m m .... -..Dally
Kxiiirx nt .':.) p, m "
rrelglit ut 4:U0u m...Kxa-pt Suioluy
FreiKbtnt tl:iiu. m... '
FrrUht at 4:30 p in... " "
Fn-lght at 7:.'fip. in... " "
AttRlvc at rAinn
Uall at . 3:00 u. m ....Dully
KxprtM aU I:t0p. m...Kxceut Sunday
Fwight at............ 8:43a. m " Monday.
Vrelxbt at.... 0;13p. m... " Munday.
rreticnt at i":ou in... annuity
Freigut at.. ii:op. m.. "
JAKES JOHNSON, AKnt.
ST. LOUIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
OMN'IIIir8E.S arrive at and depart from the
olUce, M Ohio lA-vee, u follow:
'I'hroUKb freight lean Monday. Weilne-nlay
and Frlilay at !v;4Ua. m i Arrives on Tufilu) ,
Thunxbi; and SatunUy nt I'ilOU m.
leva Kxpre imveaiiaur ai :wi- ji ,ann
arrive at3:30 A.M.
I'aseii(er Arcommmlatlou leave ilaliy at
i-Mm m. i arrives a ;0U p.m.
TIn1u all ru.ln. In h... uml AvL-tiM.
A HOURS LESS THAN BY ANY
'A OTHXB SOUTB.
Time from Cairo to Little Boek, IS konra.
Tii'lexiircuna. ii liour
Tn Jeui-raon, Texu, 'i' hour.
To M.irahall,U hour.
To Khreveport, lulsluna, SI hour.
Tu iHllu , Taxas , 2rt hour .
To lleume, teit., OJ huum ,
Tn Houston, Trxa, 41 hour.
O. W. HEQUEMBOUBO,
Avent Cairo III.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
On ftllduflur .IllIlM 1st. Ilnlnt vlll run n I'., I.
low, Sunday excepted, Irom the corner of
OTvoiiu Ninvi aim uouuneivlal avenue, Cairo.
lAraieCuIro 10.15 A M
'' .Murph)boru i:.V) P. M
Arrive Rut t l.ous 7;n
lf Kust M. ljuis S:JH A, M.
Airlw .lluri'lirslsin I-':I5 1' M
Leaic Murphyiiliorii I.uo
Arrive Calm.. t " "
CiMMiectinir ut .St. Iiul wllh all train Writ
and Ninth. J. 1.. III.NCh'I.LY, Mipt
It. W . I I.AIlk, (iinnul l'a-ivenser Agent.
CAIRO & VLNCENNES R. R.
CAIRO, BVANSV1XLE, INDIAN
FOUKTEEW 'mOUM laflf WAY,
AND ALL DAYUOHT RPN9.
Runing Ihrt'j WiM .Ckse !
IXUIASArOLt ANU CIMTNtATl BXt-KIss
Luiir Cairo ... t,-0o a. m
Arrive at I'urinl..... - - .-. k:43 "
Arrive atVlnrennes .. .11:11 "
VIA ST. LOCI AVI) sOI'TIUAdrEHN KA1LI1UAU.
Arriieiat KvauHvllle 4 Is p.m.
VIA INMAHAI-OUS AMD VIM XMX MAILIIOAU
Arrive at ludlauapoll - 4:S0 p m
1 1A OHIO AND MtsSIsSII-VI RAILROAD
An 1 1 ill lit N'orth Vrriiou...- &:!." p. in
Arrive at Cinclnuull im
Anhliut Louisville T l'
I.r.iu.1 Ciucliiimli, ......
,. M:.1o a,m
- -.':0ii p.m.
. 4:U p.iu
.. n:au '
Arrive ut t.uriiil
Arrive ut Culro
lnL-li,(r rlnsi. roilllw-tlolW to and
inilul Kot and Norlh, at ludlauupolU and Ulu
rmimtl, ami to uml trom all olut South and
l dl ol uuiru ny rou unn ruir
The Mouud City Accommodation ruu Wed
ue.ilay nnd SuluiilHy.
lA-uve Cairo...... 14:'Jrtaiid SAjip ;u.
Leavp Mouud City l!lSanS!P. m.
B. QOODtUUIl, 11. u. a"'".'!,
tJ-Fur Information rclatli to rate and coil
,ciW, op(y tO -I AMKi l,'.
lien Ticket Alt 't
And Collecting Agenoy
Mt. Xjo-u.lt. MO.
Elabl)shisl fur the. purpose of carrying on a
general rollectlnK aud mllu.llnir bu.li,e
lliroiutliout we west All innuran in.
I whether of I.lfe or riro.nll .UixllW. account
ami oilier amiiraire prompiiT uu """'"
tltlistwlthiiilck return Taxe W, Moun
tle. I'emlon and lttul e"'""'-11 '-o,?P0n-deuce
and wmdla.lnu. jAjSU
rf. K.Cor."lsth aaSOOnfitnfU.
KelerbviierinlMlon toShryoek Kowhwd,
11 1 Alibroolj .qo'-J1'"""?"
lllll ACn.. 11 II l'S"l II vt,
utl ft sou