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ItlelM .lout J,)sMX, .N 11.
GUI 110 KSOAMH.MLST, I O. O. r,.mwts
In liM-Fcllo Hall on tin- lint nnd tliliil
I tin .Ln In eurv mould. Hi bnlf-nasl wiin
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Hohlieatilnr (iirniiiimlmlloiis In Ma
W ouh ''illi corntr Coiiiuirrcinl miiiup
' V"1'1. f-lfl'lli strut, on lh second Mid
unu .Munuti ii , &cn tnonut
Cmir-ilniti, I'lrnlro. f.lv.
'I lit ood j.ifciij;vr steamer, llatinoik
City, cm be chartered lor excursions or
plonici lit ri' nniiblo rules. Apply to
ii-Mim Wa 1.1.1:11 A Nku.k
A lull aisorlinent ol l)y Nets, ore
Covers and llhnkcl, at well as :i lull wpply
ol all other poods lu our line, at 1C. Com
iiirrclal avenue, next iloor toTlicatri.
I.MM.'Jw. I,. 1), AKIN A- Co.
I.rl the lli7.
Dr. Selli Arnold' Cough Killer ttic
Kront erndlcitor lor u'l lung dlcnos a su
jicrlor remedy to all other mcdlrliws jet
discovered, In overi; ci-f-, ltl a nir-,
iil k, ami perfectly safe inncdy lor
1 ought, cold, sore tluost, whooping-cough
'riiiii,;iiii nil (IIh'h'c "I the lliroil un I
hunts. I!c!all plica, i ami SO cents ami til.
Any boltlo tint dooi not glvo relief 1111 be
tctuint'd, and the money will be rcdihdfd.
Dr. Seth Arnold's Dliirrlnea llsl-im SAauil
r,J(;cut4. ltciiiauibcr It I- warMiitcil. Ar
nold's llll'lou, Maudraku Pills, operating
without sickness and piln. C'binpoiir.drd
by Dr. ctli Arnold's Medical t'orpoiaii in.
Woon-orkit, I!. I. -i,!l. Paul (l.wditlli,
drng;,lM, Calm, III. r.VI-'.'.'i.!! 11.
o 1 1 r Lit 11 1 ! r.
Having ai-aln established inyrelf In llic
Lumber limine, ut (lie Wall A KM .Mill,
I .1111 prepaid! to sell lumber of all kinds,
litlM and hlLj.'lei at uholctalu mid retail,
and to offer c.v r.i ludilccincnti at all tinier,
guaranteeing tlic lnvct posviblo price.
Ifij-Vll-lm. .1. S. McjAlir.v.
Kcry Sphi Vcnr,
pliyMologltt ay, tlm In 1 in;i 11 boil) I en
tirely changed and renewed. Kvcry mo
ment ol our liter, every part of our bodlci
In wrarlnj out and U bcltis built up anew
of fresli matter. Thin work la accomplished
by the bloou which goei throii!;li every'
part. Hut If the blood become weak or
ltlited, and doe not perform In work
properly, tlio ylein It ucttully poUone I
by tho woru-otlt nutter elegit)? the vital
organ In Mead of leatlnt; the bod). Kor
dypep'ta, bllioii-nc'-, kidney, fkin mid
liver trouble-, lever-, and all die.i-e3 arl
I11K from vitiated blood, Un. Walk kii'.'.
Calu'oiinia ViSMl.vli III mem arc a or
1 rcli;ii remedy. .VH-dAw-iiv.
I'lniiiinuii Orkitn Tmiliiir.
Mr. M. Kuhno dek'res II- to ay that he I
ready to receive orderi for Hno and Or
nn tuDlo, and repairing inmlcal lntru
tuenti. Order may be left at the corner ol
Thirteenth and Walnut -.tref-U, or l. O.
Ilojt Can, and will rnctdve prompt a'.tintlon,
in ni-.ilf.cr "trr.
I jindlordit ot botch and boarding Uotisct
Mill tlndlt to their sdvanUKe to call upon
Mr. Coleuun, LiHiidn:.ii, No ii Kourth
street, betwewn Vihliiglou and Commer
cial avenue. Hotel and bo.uillnjj-houic
wakhlux.TSccntaperdoicn. Tot piece vvork
pncc are a follow: SIiikIo hlrt and col
Ur, 10c; J'cr dozen SOc; ock rw; two col
Ian, 6c; two handkerchief, 6c; veiti '.'Oc;
and all gentlemen's wear, Me. per
dozen. I.adlc' dree, i to file;
iklrt Id to 20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair horo fie; two collan.. to 10c. Kor lu
dle' plain clothed $1 00 per dozen; for la
dle lino clothe, $1 per dozen; done
draruptly, and promptly delivered. I'a
.Vol Ire of Iteiuiiviil.
The wellkliown barber fhop, corner
KiKhth and Commercial, preMdedov.-r by
tho popular artlt, George .Stelnliou-c, liari
removed one door north on Commere'al, in
,he (Irand Central Hotel. 'J'ho new idiop I
,arc;e nnd commodious and thoe vv'ililiie;
lor anything urttstlo in the way or fjidilon
iblo hair cintlnc;, -mooth shaves ct:., will
lo well to call at the (Irand Central llarber
I'll Ion llaKer.r.
Krauk ICratky, of the I nlon ll&kery,
CoinmeK'ial avenue, between l'ouitb and
.Sixth utreelf, has rc-opencd hN bakery, and
la now prepared to deliver llrcjil and Cakes
of tho bet quality, anywheru iu ihu city or
coutitry, In mieh quantltlen ai hU custom
er m.iy desire. Prices will be undo en
tirely with rcfcrjiicu to tho present hud
times ; In other word-, cheaper thin tho
cheapen!. Send In your order.
A silver plated No.!) Wllum Shuttle fiow
IntfMachlui), hard fpiatio) HnUh, valued ut
SS5. Will be rold at 620 dlo-ount, on good
term, and ordered direct from tlm factory.
A Ko.O Wilson Miuttlii Sowln Macluue
Valued at &Tft. Will bo Mild at Sf 13 dlncount
and ordored direct (if 111 tho la.-tnry.
A 6U0 Kemlnyton ScwIbk Muchiue-if.'lO
offforcah. iiultalilc lor tailor or boot mid
At a Imik'atn, and on ro1 tonus, a Howe
Sowing Machine. .May ho .ecu at the- Com-
pany's olllce, corner Ninth Jtrett ami i 0111
'PletiUMsquo Amcrlcv' ls nttmier
bound 111 ? volumes, full jjllt Morocco ;
Atyl"E," ''Clougli, Wiirron A' Co,'"
Parlor Onjan, rlfiht from mo uctory at
trolt. I.l.t price, 6W. Will be i-old for
A new two-bomn Gamble V.aiion,
Kor any of the above trtlclci, apply nt
thti Bulletin oulcc. A. iiuknrtt.
Oo to Wilcox' for strnvvbciTlci.
HIXDAY, Jl'NK HI, 1875.
I.orul Wrnlhr Hrport.
Oaiiio, III,, June 12, l7S.
Via. I WtAinui
i p 111.
TIIOMA4 JONKS, Sirut. H. S., If A.
Ill (hp VII
.Mr. Mm In IliiL'lillt. 11 ptoiiilnont mil
road iiinti, U Mopping nl tin; lc.l(k'tKl, of
Cnpl. W. I. Ilnlllduv, In tills city.
'liic ilreet iiu'inler jciit part of yv
lei day In lining' iiji Fourteunlli 'treet,
belwijeti WitMliliitim mid (,'(illlliliT(lal
I. unit llerhcrl linn lI.Hi:.'Vi:it.
W11 u I eil.
A llr-t-rlam cook vvlilto woman
felled In vvlinin "(wil wagi'
will l(! ji.nhl. Kmjuire at lti;i.t.i;rt i iuintliiK
Chief of Police William-, who Inn lut-ii
under tin.' vveatlier for x-veral luy, U
out nalii licatln' about tlir elty and
lo'ikliiy to liN iliitle-.
The Helen D'lMu Irottpu will beat
I'aduuali the latter part of thU month,
and liny drop down upon Cairo In the
llery heat of .Julv.
A 1 ottai'e on Thirteenth struct, bt'twwn
Wa-liln;t'iii avftiti'' and Wnlnut iitrcet.
Apply lo ?n. SMiiit.
John hvhvcl will opiii lil VnhlliL'-
tou Hall Oanleii this oveiilii'' with a
Kraud .Saen-d Concert. All who wili,
eain iM;iid 11 very pleasant livening In tin;
rnnk'ii. A general Invitation U extend
ed to nil.
A A regular eoininunlc'itiou of
jXf-CiiIro I.ode No. 17, A. 1 and
A. 31.. will held to-morrow
(Mondavi evening at 7:0 o'clock. VMt-
Iny lirolli'.Tf ronllally liivited to .'iltend.
II. I . l!r. vKK, secretary.
Mr. .. I'. Clark, now in the. vlly, U
lieru for tlii; iiitrpo'u of making arrane-incnt-
for tin- coming of the (tllbert H
ters' theatrical trotijie. They will inaku
their ajipiyir.iiuu -oinelliiie during the
Mrs. Hundley, of this city, has just
llnUlicd a (jiillt ciMitalnlii;; 4,GS9 i.itche.
Shu w.U 11I110 day 4 inilltlu? it anil nhoilt
nine years or thereabout' patching it.
.Mr. II. is a venerable, lady of some three
feoro and ten year.
1'lie County Commissioners met milctlv
mill iKijoiiriiiil nt Friday noon iridium
any iiniKtwiary fu-i about it. Our
yoiinp; man :ii'ertalncl f hey wcro In e-
slon nller they had adjourned. '1 he hoard
will convene a'alti next Thursday.
The new library for the MelliodUt .Sun
day school has arrived. It Is made up of
u very lino Mdection ot ri-adins: matter,
neatly bound and illustrated, suited to all
tastes and njfes, uud will no doubt prove;
a .ourc of inttcli "ond to the fichool.
Tlie entire collection of books, Including
the new and the old, now In tho posses
sion ol the school, number three hun
dred. Jo 10 l.uiiln llrrbrrl'ii for III,Si:.
A negio woman who had lieon ur-
restid by ono of tlm olllcers, about
11 o'clock Friday nlht, while on her
way to the. lock-up becune. penitent to a
dejrree uotolten exporieiiced by sinner,
and fairly r.iWed tlm neighborhood with
heryells ami bRi-eeehes, but they availed
heriiotlilns. and -In! vvu compelled to
ret her vvwiry limbs In the calaboose.
I'll.SI'.MHt ill I.1111K llerberf"..
Mr-i. Capt. lliley U at St. I.011U,
Prof. Hillmau. of the Southern
nols Xorinul rnlverity, vva- in tin
Henry Ciossinan, who conducted a
delepillou ol prisoners from this county
balilllntf lu tliu Circuit Court.
MIs.s .Mary C. Potter, of Jlocklord,
sister of Mr. Potter, of tliu Mound City
Journal, hat- returned to her home. She
was visiting relatives at Mound City.
COrX Hag ,tock envelopes at the Hui.
i.kiin ofllce, $;i 2.1 per M.
A llollKlill'ul NerriindH.
Tho Concordia, on Friday night, coin
pllnieiitod 3Ir-. ilolin Ivocliler with a hi--cnailo
in honor of that lady'. birthday,
Mr. Koehler is tlm wile of ono ol the
members of the Concordia, tho llrsl who
bad lioen honored in this way.aud Is very
thankful for tho compliment. And well
she may bo, for tin; delightful music of
tho Concordia, led by Schlesiuger, Is a
treat on nil occasions, and 'when fur
nished us 11 serenade, a compliment any
one mlglil be proud of.
I.ii mil lor All.
Once mora that excellent caterer to tho
public) welfare, Mr. IMuiuud 11 Hefner,
proprietor of tho' Planters' House, steps
to tho (tout, for the ptirpoo ol making
known to his numerous friends and pa
trons that on till morning, tit half-past
nine o'clock, it Is his Intention to spread
tlio llticxt titrtlo soup lunch ever irottou
tip lu Cairo. Un wiipts everybody to
como mid sco him, and make tliemselveH
perfectly ut home. Kvervtuing Hint 11
iiinn'H heart can wish for will be nt
command, nt nstouudlngly low prices,
and tho lovers oi good things should not
tall to call around nt tlio appointed hour
and -jnuiplc what li to bo found there.
TbM HU(i Ru)r,
We' Itnve not Mentioned It lirl'urr
hcrmuc It 1 .1 Imy, hut his tinitio 11 John
Henry, nnd Mr. nnd Mr,, .I, II, (lowiiau
nrc happy aitd ilenliiro In- weighed ten
pounds. Lolig life nnd n big fortune to
A boy, Indeed ! Mine tiot, Henry, give
u your 19! .onnWo Davit'.
We have u chunk of tho granite ot the
Mound City monument, and the mini vv ho
declares that It Is limestone N a fraud.
I)avl however does not know' the dif
ference between one kind of .stone und
another, he U therefore exeuxaMe for his
limestone mistake ; but we have no ex
cuc to offer for th sensible iwjople who
have lliiietoned the grauito of the Mon-
The (Joleouda lltratd says that "The
fact that.ltidge Mulkey, of Culro, douu
ted $2.'i, one-half of Ills fee In the Modg
II 11 prosecution, to the Mutual Protective
Society Is regarded as an evidence that
the Society's object Is appreciated abroail
as well ai at home." Modgllu Is a horse
thief, and 11 1'rotlectlve Society has been
orgaul.cd lu I'ojmj county to protect the
jM ople of that county from the depreda
tions or Illicit dealers lu horse tleh.
The .Mound City journal nay of the
Illinois Central wharf-boat now out on
Hamhlcton'.s Ways: "Tlio mammoth
wharf-boat of the Illinois Central rail
road company that has been lying ever
flueo built nt the stouo depot "in Cairo,
was hauled out on llainblcton's Ways at
this place for repairs latt Tuesday. A
better wharf-boat was probably never
launched 011 tin; wetcrn l iverc, which is
totlllcd by the fact that sho has not be
fore been hauled out since built, ubout
nine years ago. SIim was built here, by
. Burt Niory Aliont l'j.
"Mr. S. .T. S"ln a r.iev letter lo the
Goleonda llmttt, says, leaking ofCalro :
"lluslness dull ; health good. Taxes
enormous mid nothing to pay them with.
Army worm fcourinjr the whole miner
pait of the county and not a preacher i
praying 'em down and out, Hioiil'Ii Hro.
ii ii . . I
ivauar uus time to petition Tor
the removal of the grasshop
Ikts from Missouri, not even j
modifying his Driver bv an exuresd I
delre as to when; they shall go. Sup-
po-o they Miould hop over Into Illinois-?
vvoiuu our (.overnor follow Governor
Hardin's lllu-triou exuniplu and order 11
regular prayer day? or like 11 common
hen-e, practical old fellow, as ho I-, would
he not oiler a big reward for the liest ex
terminator or surest method of destruc
Why Sot T
It ha-s been suggested by numerous In
dividual, as it Is now a dead moral cer
tainty that Cairo does not Intend to give
a celebration ofany kind on the fourth
of next month, that a train be chartered
and that all of our lire companies, secret
societies and everybody else go up to
Jlurphysboro on that day. Whv not V
The expense to each Individual will be
very llirht, as tho various railroad com
panies have agreed to carry passengers
to anil rroni tliat city at reduced rates,
and u largo delegation from Cniro, pro
vided the matter is rightly worked up,
will no doubt visit Murphysboro on that
day. The people of Cairo have not mil
lions to spend In a big celebration,
and she has therefore thought it better to
let the matter go by without having any
display at all, rather than a poor one, as
she Jiever does things by halves. Her
Inhabitants are patriotic, but poor and
Services at the Church of the Ite-
deeiner, on Fourteenth .street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street,
will to-day, as usual, ho conducted by the
Hcv. Charles A. Gilbert. The public are
cordially Invited to attend.
There will be the usual services at the
Methodist church, corner of Eighth and
Walnut streets, at 11 o'clock, a. m. , and
8 o'clock, p. in., to-day. The services
will be conducted by the Hcv. Mr. Wal
lar. The subject of the morning's ser
mon will be "Special Providence." All
Tlio Hlglit Kev. Thus. U. Dudley, D.
D Assistant HUhop of Kentucky, ac
companied by the llev. Chas. A. Gilbert,
Hector of the Church of the Redeemer, of
this city, and the Kev. Y. M. Petti", Hec
tor of Grace Church, Padiieah. Ky., will
visit Columbus, Kentucky, Tuesday and
Wednesday, .Tune loth and Pith, 1875.
Services will be held iu tliu Methodic K.
Church, Tueeday night, ut 8 o'clock, and
Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. The
holy rite of Continuation will bo conferred
nt the evening service.
A Finr r.sBliilillsliiiienl.
Wo paid a visit to tho house ol Gold
stluo & Hoscnwatcr, yesterday, anil were
shown through their mammoth estab
lishment by tho obliging proprietors.
That thh Unit Is prepared to meet the
wants ol the people, their shelves and
counters now groaning under a pressure
of the inoit superb goods will attest.
Tho ladles' department Is tastefully ar
ranged, nnd la stored with everything
portalnlng to female wear dress goods
from calico to tho illicit silks, ami a
countless number of other thlngj, all pre
venting a most beautiful appearance.
irom this department wc were
conducted to tluit of the gentlemen,
where can he seen ready-made clothing
of every description, from business suits
to dress suits Jeaiis to broadcloth
hats, caps, boots and shoe-, and ho who
could not be suited iu this room must bo
hard to please Indeed. And, by tho way
no ono should fall to cull and examine
Messrs. (i, AK.'s Immense stock of goods.
as 10 purciiasing, that is a foregone con
clusion, for no ono will (all to take ad
vantugo of the prices of theuo goods-
prices that arc suited to the present strlu
gent times, and which should be taken
advantago of by every ono who wishes to
J&XX Ainbcr and White rag stock
envelopes ut tlio Hui.LF.m e-Hlco, printed,
$.1 CO nnd SI Wiper l.
A Irlbiilo Hi tlic meiiiory of fuls .loiufn-nii,
Orsnd Citlntleneriliif Orand .oi!nimit'Uu)
i.r Illinois Pl'l ' I'mlucnH .on mutiovry
Once more luiUtlilly lip m' i"t
lollirdnsidcJ "bitter cui,"
And our hearts In ilnpdUtnMSi
ds'lly tftre the rhleflsln up.
I'ilgrlin weaiU and armor brlitlil
Now Indent are laid aside,
Death hath i-iicoeheJ tiU Up"' hxht
In his darkly rolling UJt.
Adit tioth'jw lire's path Waal!,
for bl record 1 tin Mail,
We will leave blin with Id I,
VVI10 f 'erhred the frail one' try.
Well be bore blm In life .
No ilitk Malm hi scutcheon Uixr.
rreirrom Prath' cold, clammy mliti,
It bl spirit upwant war
To hi virtues we no ralj"
"Hlram'a broken eolumn" 1 ran.t,
Which VTlllerer ioiV hU praliir,
As It tower o'er Hie land.
Tbc acacia's emerald blonm
Kreldy watliig o'er III hJ,
Tell of life beyond the toinb-
l.'tirlst shall ralie the ileqilng ilrad.
"fKi-t to dust" the vvorl we hrratht
A we form Hie myitis, cuato,
O'er lil breavt the cypnts wrratlii
I) rutin r w c hll meet aiiibi
O. C. CM AI'f.lN.
I'AJHi'All, lecemlH!rl!Jl, HTI.
Iloiillii mi Cnlni,
Mr. T. F. llotitou, lu hi ,louesboro
Oaietlt, says ol Cairo : "We arc pleacd
to see that the Cairo City Projicrty Co.
arc advertising the advantages of that
city, through the newspajiers. The opin
ion prevails abroad that Cairo Is subject
to annual orcrllow, and that it is not
well located. This Is false. It is us se
cure from overflow us I; St. Louis
or any other city iu the Mississippi Val
ley. It Is the door to the great coHon
States ol the South, ami Is Just the place
for niauufactutles of every kind, lu the
State ol Michigan, 500 mile north, they
arc building cotton and knitting mill,
and get the cotton to ntipply them from
Meinphb. If they were at
Cairo, all thl- transportation
would Ik: saved, a- the goods
manufactured arc old lu St. Louis and
other cities in the West. Cairo is also
destined to be one of the best localities
in the Wot for raising fruit nnd vege
table. Her gardens now fiirnMi tho
Chicago market with early vegetables,
and thl U getting to be a business of im
portance. We are pleased to see that the
trutecs arc waking up, and are going to
bring the numerous advantages of Cairo
us a coinmei-cialecntcrbeforo the people."
hi raw Ilnln.
Goldstinu j- Koenwater have Just re
ceived a large lot ot Straw Hatsol the
latct style and at nil prices. They have
also a full line of Felt and Silk Hats,
Caps, etc., etc., to suit all in style and
Dellriou-PIIAi:.t:it-nt I.011U Her.
1'orprr, lliilley A Vo.'n Bla; Ntiow.
The stupendous tent show of Cooper,
Bailey & Company will exhibit iu this
city on the 20th. Here Is what the Chi
cago Tribune has to say abont their Insti
tution : "Notwithstanding tins inclement
weather yesterday alternooii.- hundred
were turned from the door of this great
exhibition, which seems to have taken
possesion of the hearts and approbation
of our good people. Yesterday afternoon
the Immense pavilions were tilled to their
utmost capacity, ns has been the case
since their opening. Xever lu lbs annals
ot amusements In this city has any ex
hibition, no matter of how large preten-
lons or extensive reputation, gained
such signal and (satisfactory success.
There can bo no matter of doubt at all
but tho people are fully satlstled of the
excellent merit of the zoological display
and the arenlc performance, and, after
all is said, they are the best critics, and
the only ones, too, that managers care to
please. To specify all the excellent
features of this interesting entertainment
would require more space than we can
allow; sulllee It that tliu anlnul are of
the rarest nnd choicest specimens, nnd
the performers arc all well up In their re
Tlm llev. Mr. Tlinyrr.
Tlnffollowlng, lu relation to the Kev.
Mr. Thayer, formerly of this city, we
take from tlio Cincinnati Hemld ami
I'reibyltr, of Juno nth : "Kev. II. B.
Thayer, D.I)., pi-torofthc Second Pres
byterian church, has been delivering u
series of lectures to tliu young men of
this city. Sabbath night, May 2.1, he
gave tho fourth discourse. Subject:
The young man's richest treasure,
which was well handled. Mr. Thayer Is
a man of lino appearance, has; good com
mand of language, and delivered his ill--couitc
in a very Interesting style. Ills
main point was Christian character, and
how valtuiblo it was to the young man
of tlic present day. It was worth more
to him than nil the wealth and
precious (ewels on earth. Willi
wealth ho might buy reputation, but
not character. When that was gone, nil
was lotl. He went on to say how low of
tho youiigmcii appreciated a good name,
and how rich wo were If we posseted
Into Christian character. Tho lectures
have been well attended by the young
men ot the city. Tho church Is u lino
new building, with a largo, flourishing
congregation, who love their new pastor
dearly. The choir has somu of the best
talent of tho city, and their music is very
sweet and melodious. Dr. Thayer com-
monccd his labors us a pastor ot tho hoo
on l Presbyterian Church, lucetines, 011
the Uth of March, this present year, 11111I
ever sluco the congregation has been
steadily Increasing nnd adding new iiiein.
Iiers to lt fold."
A full lino of Ingrain and Brussels (Jar
pets just received by GohL-tlim & Kosen
watcr, all of tho latest designs, suited to
parlors, sitting-rooms, dining rooms, Ac.
nnd selling at price lo suit tho times
lower than tho same quality of goods have
ever been sold here." Call, examlno uud
satisfy yourselves. Now Is tho time, nnd
ut Golds,lno ct I.osenwntor' the plnco
to buy. fl-12-iU.
Oorgn ClilldrasYjfit Tennessee, was
nt the St. Cltarlci yeiU'nlny,
Miss Smith, ol St. J.011I, vvn nl the
V. 1. Johnson, of Hi. Louis, was teg-
Hierett nt the Deluionlco vestcrdny
II. Thompson, of Kentucky, wns at
the St. Charles yesterday.
--F. Smith, of- Kvansvllle, wns ivl:
terwl nt tho Plautcrs' .yesterday.
G. E. Harris, of St. Louis, was reg
ltcrcd nt the Grand Central yesterday.
Frank M. Luck, of St. Louis, was
registered nt the HI. Charles yesterday.
Charles Few, of New Orleans, wns
quartered nt the St. Charles yesterday.
It, S. Pettibone, of Chicago, was reg
istered at the St. Charles yesterday.
John Atnblcr,'of Virginia, was quar
tered at the Delmonlco yesterday.
Chnrles Cook, of New Orlenu. was
nt the Delmonlco yesterday,
II. J. Cupel, of Cli.clnnati, was reg
istered nt the St. Charles yesterday.
C. B. S. Jones, of Clwttanoogn, was
registered nt the Delmonlco yesterday.
II. II. Blackstone, ofCharlcston, wa
registered at tliu Grand Central yester
day. .Mrs. Curtis mid family, of Mobile,
Alabama, were nt the Planter' yester
day. W. K. 'Slack, of llloomileld, MUsourl.
was rrgitered nt the Planters' ve-ter-
.lame Irw in, of Canton, MNl-fppl.
was registered at the l)elinoiiico.yeler-
-W. Bennett, of Water Valley, Mis
sissippi, was quartered at the Delmonlco
John Butler, of Xew Grand Chain,
was n-gi'tered nt the Planter' yeter
day. Oscar Chapping, of New Orleans,
a rcgl-fercd at the St. diaries yester
day. J. W. Murray mid family, ol Mem
phi, were registered nt the Planter-' yes
terday. James M. Caldwell, of .lack-on,
Tcimoece, was an arrival at the Del
A. II. Thompson, of May-vllle, Ken
tucky, was ivgltcrt'i1 at the St. Charles
-Henry C. Taylor, of WelMmrg, Vir
ginia, wa 1111 nnlval at the St. Charles
H. I. Calc and Ml-s Dora Milbiirn,
of Mllburn, Kentucky, wero irgisteriil ut
the St. Charles yesterday.
Capt. J. S. Xnnson, of the linn of
Nausoii A; Barthalow, of St. Louis, was
nt the St. Charles ye.-tenlay.
D. P. Clark, agent for the Gilbert
Sisters' Theatrical Company, was regi
tetcd at the Delmonlco yesterday.
C. H. Webb, connected with the
Xew Jcr-ev Life Insurance company, ot
St. Loul, was quartered at the St.
Sam. Foster, who has been iu St.
Louis for some weeks past, returned to
his old quarters at the St. Charles yester
day. 11. P. Miller, proprietor of the hotel
at Fore-t, u station on the Mississippi
Central railroad, vim at the St. Charles
vllle, Mississippi, were at the St. Charles
yesterday. They ure en route for Long
Branch, where they will spend the Sum
List of letters remaining uncalled for
Iu the Post Olllce at Cairo, Illinois, Satur
day, June 12, 1S75.
Brown Annie, Clark Molllc,
Cnntwell Molllc, Churchlvell Francis,
Daniel Mary, Evans Low,
Johnson Mary M., Klrsehner Kliza,
Lockhart Lizzie 11., Melton Annie,
MIers Sallie, Kice Sarah A.,
Keetl Callle, Kendlo Josephine,
Held Wylle A., Smith Lizzie,
Taylor Fannie, Wlngo Ada.
Willi Suan. Wellmun Margaret,
Welch M. A.
Ball Chas. S., Boittcll II. S
Bough John, Baker Lewis G..
Collins L., Carroll M. C,
Conner Thos.. Contiass Thos.,
Cross Win., Dotiham E. W
Kldrcd Henry, Frvam Andrew,
Gofl'Gco. A.. Derrick Cha.,
Harris J. T Halite.!.,
Hlrte Wm.. Inmau A.
James Syrenas. Kaiser Jacob,
Keating I'at'k, Kennedy Win.,
I.owry J. W., Mann Sam'l,
Mathews Alfred, McCormlck John.
Klley B. F. HalL-ton Jas.,
Sullivan John, Salles Win.
Thayer Henry, Todd S. Clay,
Wilson Joint M., Wlldroii Peter.
Wright Perry C Wallace J. B.-0
Per-ous calling for tho above letter
will ph a-o ay "Advertised."
G:o. W. McKeahi. P. M.
Steamer Jim Fhk, I'udticah.
" City of Chester, Memphis.
Tliompsou Dean, EvansvUlc.
Liberty No. 4 und tow, SI. I..
' Ihivcii nnd imrcs,lhlo rlvrr.
Htcunur Jim Flik, Pmliiciih.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
" Tliompion Dean, Now Orleans
Liberty No. 4, St. L011K
" Hiiveiinnd tow, Ht. Loni-.
UIVKH ASP WK.UIIKII.
Tin! wealhcr yesterday vyus warm,
with 11 brisk wind blowing throughout
tho day from tho northwest.
Tho Ohio river is fnlllnjr ut tliu rati!
of ubout ono-fourtli 01 an Inch per 21
X imiMIUNirST, lllV.tl' lUl-llllT, j
J line U, IbT.'i. S
LOW WATKIl. "'" '
rt. rr. J
8 ' t X "
13 10 N Jt
in i '
The Original Cheap Store
142 Commercial Ave.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
Tho Entire Stock of Ladies' and
hHnlA.IAH J n I. ...HI I
u.wiuunoa dim rarusuis, win do aoia at UOSt. MUSt 00 SOld
within the next sixtv davs. Now la tho ti mo 4n nhtatn h
This is no Advertising Dodge.
PILsi:Si:it at Louis Herbeil'-i.
BY OVB. FRIEND AT THE COKXER.
Hills, ')s 4'liilliliiir. ilr
I. Waldcr, at the corner of Ohio Levee
and Sixth licet, Known to Mime a "our
I'riend at the comer," has
"s.ittghtercd" high prices In Hat-, Caps
and Clothing. He N felling at great bar
gains a fact that makes M)inc dealer-, leel
in It they were shot or -truck by light
ning. Call on hlm, and price Ids good-,
lor which he doe not owe a nlekle.
t3rXX Wood .lock envelopes at the
Bi i i.iniv olllce. $.1 Oo per M.
HeTir Thl lit Jllml.
Dr. Jennelle, dining the present si.-hool
vacation, will pay particular attention lo
lilllng and treating children's teeth. Par
ent vvhoe children may be fullering
with their teeth, plea-i; bear thl In mind.
(luxe IIhIIh orr.vci-y lles-rlilliiii
SrM Vetfftnlili- Nlmiil,
Frank Ouncher will this murntug open a
now vrictihlc rtnnd on Kilith street luck
of Chris. Hunnj's store, wlirre fresh vegc-
tuliles nnd Dili will be told lo ciutomeis ut
lower prices than Miy other plscc in Cairo,
Ills vvgt'tnbleii are riUcd lo bin own gar
den, he catches Ids own ll-h, and can there
fore guiiruntee them fresli ; and hu ran af
ford to undersell alU-oniictItor. (ilvc hlm
We will take, at the St. Chiirlc Hotel,
durlm; the sunmicr months, riOiUy boirdcrv,
nt per month, iindM) bonrdem with enol,
pleas int room- on the upper Iloor, at i"0
ucr month. AtthU extremely low rate,
1 nonn but promptly vailn'i boatdct will bo
accepted. Jf.wbtt WiLCOXiCo.,
Obstacles to Marriage.
flappy relief for young men lrom the cf.
(ecu of errori and abuses In caily life.
Manhood restored. Impediment to ai.ir
rlago removed. New method ol treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Hooks
and circulars sent Iree, In nenled ciivelopcu.
Addrem, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, 410
N. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an insti
tution huvitiy a high reputation for honor-
al le conduct nnd prolcselonal ."kill.
rl l-d .V w-3m.
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
Corrected Dally by K, M. Stearns, commlsflon
incrciiuni, necreiary or ine i-iiirii uoaiu 01
Flour, acconlliiR to gnule tt OrtftT no
Cum. inlxtsl. purkisl ru.ijo
Com, white, aocaeil 7f'u-'c
llats, inlxtsl (.'
limn, xt 1011 "i'v
MriI, htmm drinl $1 T.V
I1UIIIT, CIIOK'I! .NOrilli ni -
llilItiT.clinlre .souIIhtii III JO.j.ilc
Kkvs, prrdozt'ii l-o
Lliiiikini. iivnliKin . H'.l '!
Turkuy , per doiun ;mi
I'oiuiuci, ar oimi -
Dill Ills, iwr lllllTfl 5
itniH lxn-riiH jr eiiite .... 1 !"
Wlbl.be rect'lviilat my oIMl-c until TuiaiUy,
June '.'d, lV, for U the Iiiiiilwr Hie
rity may itsuilrc during llic prrni-nt llscaljear.
I.iiiiiUt to IwriwI white or luirroak. fn lrom
Mip or I i.t I knots, und W he iirsiiolidlinviishins
uiitexiwlliiC.'Ifittluh'iiKlIi uud lu Im ih-llv-i
rnl In Mich iiiantitlei nnd nt tiu'h llimsns Ihe
Hu'clty u-crves inn rfpUl to rcj t anr and
nit Lids. WM niKXCII AM.K.i
1 Ity Clerk,.
I'nliii, .luniiU, IP
Meeting of the Stockholders
or 1 1 it:
Calioft St. Loula Railroad Company.
PUIll.U.' notice li hereby rI en lliut there will
Is- In Id a niwtlnB r Un; tockholde rs ot the
t'nlniA M l'iils Railroad ri'iiimuy, ut tliu
Million hoiifC'if Mild iviiiiiiiiy,ln thi; rlly ol
Kal ut. Louis, In the coiiutv uf M Inlrnn'l
Stale or Illinois, on
.Munilny tin- JSlli Diiyor .lime, A. I.
ut the hour of eleven o'clock a iu , lor tlio iiil
iioieorihen and there eh-cllm? by snhl su-Ji-hoMrrs
ven dlrectoin fur Mild iiinipauy lor lie
uishIikt yi-ur. and then and them traiisactliiK
noli olhi-r huslneis uifit:i hibiif I;) nhl com-iiaiiyshliali-oinulioie"hliu.itliit.
A lull oliendane of nit the MiwklioMi-rs In
siilileoiniisny U iwiuwlidiind nviu-1 ikslinl
.1. VV. SAVIX.
II It. I'AYslIN,
VV .1 LKVVIS,
. J l.AXDA,
IV, .1 K.VIlL-.
I". P. CA.MIA.
vv it. aki lint.
MlncVlioMers C . A SI L H K.C"
Tu t'OllkUIIIHl It
( The adiertUer, a retired phyfluiaii, hav
wi providentially discovered, while a Moil
i,.,i .Missionary In Southern Aula, yery
1 sltuplo enetabh' remedy for tho speedy and
permanent enroot conmiupiion, ai
1 Itronchltls, Catarrh. ud all throat and luiitf
ail'ectloiis.-alsi a poltH" r"""" "
elll.. lor Nervou- i.rhlllty, Picmatiire I)o
cay, and all Nervous Couiplalntf, fctl. It hi
dutv lo make It knowu to hl lUtrcrlnK' lt;l
Actuated by this motive, he will
cheerluNyKemUlreeorcherfiC) all who
deslro It. the receipt for prcpartin,', and lull
dlVecfloi f.r .ucceivitill v uiln, tint provi
dentially de.lred remedy. Thoie vvho w h
to avail ihcnuolvct of the bcnrltti ol tbw
dlieoTery if tthtmt eot, etin do 10 by return
raell, by uddreiiliiK .,...,
' Dlt. ClUBt.V.8 P. MiUStlAtl.,
til NUar Street.
iT-M- ?t. HiitTiilo, .N.n(
Gent's Furnlshina Goods, Em-
ss 11 . . . 7. . . '
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