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AMCALON I.ODUK, NO. M.
Kalist of Pythias, meets every l"rl-
amlaht at halr-bast Sevan. idUO'I'
Fellow' IUII. 0. K. ut.
ALKXANIHR WS? NO. M.
l lndeideM Jrr of Odd-Fcl-
I Im - - nUs.t.v Miskt
, lunii mi mm w ' , , . '
i hair-nut MVkn. In Ibclr ballon
CowaaroUl NIWHn ttlxth and Seventh
IbKtt, JOHJll, UoMMSJI, N. lllm
SAIKO WtCAMPMENT, I. 0. O. I'.. (keel
lo OiriHow' Hall e the tftl and third
dsy 1 twcjr month, at hair-tout seven.
0,X SLACK, . 1.
Jk CAIIIOI.ODUK. N0.W7.A.F. AA. U.
sW 'Id regular communication! In
tKionlo Mail, corner Commercial avenue.
uul Elfhth ttrret, on the lecond and
tfiuth Meutisrr each mouth.
IY OUH VSUID AT TXX COKMEK.
Slate, CaM, Clulblna;, Ac.
I. Wiilder, at tlife corner of Ohio l.eyee
tul Sixth street, kuownto some m "our
lhend at lb corner." ht
"UughtrfU" high prices In IUt, Cap,
nJ Clothing, lie li wiling at great bar
gains, a fact that tnakos tome dealer ieel
at If they were thot or struck by light
ning. Call on ului. and price hi good,
for which he doe not owe a nlckle.
riMMII at UaU Harbrl'a.
W wlUtake, attha Kt. Charles Hotel,
durin tht insaaer month, U) day boarder,
at 913 par month, and 60 boarder with cool,
pleasant room on tht upper floor, at 130
per month. At Mil extremely low rate,
nunc but promptly paying" boarder will be
accepted. Jkwbti Wilcox A Co.,
HaaaBalla r Every BaaerlallM
PHIL II. HALT'S.
eat t Meat t
Jlivlug bought! out! the latere. t of
Kochler Bra. In the meat buaine, I am
prepared to lurnUn the people of Cairo, a
wall a steamboat, with the choicest metu
the market afford, and all thoie winning to
have their neat dillrered at their homes,
can be accommodated. Itespectfully,
fr-M-tX. Phil. Howakh.
EttnnUat, Plenlea, Kir.
The good pamenger ateamer, llannock
City, cm be chartered lor excursion or
jdonlct at reiaonsble rate. Apply to
0-2-lm Walkr & Nkllis.
ttct the Beat.
Dr. Seth Arnold' Cough Killer tbe
great eradlcator tor all lung dlseae a iu
perier remedy to all other Medicine yet
discovered, In eerere com. It la a ture,
julok, and perfectly tafe remedy lor
eougha, cold, tore throat, wbooplag cough
sroup, and all dlteate of the throat and
loage, Ketall price, and 60 cenUandtl.
ADy bottle that doe not give relief may be
returned, and the money will be refunded.
Dr. Stth Arnold' Diarrhwa Ualum, 25 and
AO cent, ltemember It I warranted. Ar
nold'illlllloui Mandrake Till, operating
wtaiont alcknen and fain. Compounded
by Dr. beth Arnold' Mediae! Corporatlw,
Woontocket, It. I. Sold by Paul U.Sckub,
druggltt, Cairo, III. &&M.J5-3m.
J0TXX Amber and White rag tock
envelope. attheBuLLXTi.v office, printed,
60 and $4 00 per M.
Landlord ol hoUU and boarding house
will find It to their sd vantage to call upon
lr. Coleman, Laundrtt, No 11 Fourth
street, between ITathlngton and Coramer.
clal atenut. Uotel and boardlngboue
washing, 75 cent per dozen. For piece work
price are a follow : Single thtrt Md col
lar, 10c; per dozen 80c; tockt 6c; two col
Ian, be; two handkerchief, ftc; veiU SOc;
and all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per
dozen. Ladle' drenae, 25 to 60c;
klrtalO to 20; drawer 10 to 15c; two
pair aoM 6c; twrcollar 0 to 10c. Far la
dle' plain clothe $1 00 per dozen; lor la
diet One elotkat, $1 25 per dozen; done
drentptly, and promptly delivered, l'a
Hotlra af Kemoval.
The wall-known barber ihop, corner
Eighth and Commercial; pretidedovir by
the popular artUt, George SteUthotwe, ha
removed one door north on Commercial, In
the QrandCentral Hotel. The new hop 1
large and comaodioui, andtneee wlehlng
ror anything artUtlc In the way f fuhlon
able hair cutting, smooth ahavet, etc., will
io well to call at the Grand Central Barber
,1 t'Mlaa Bakery.
Frank Kratky, of the Union Htm;
Cummerelil areaue, between Foutthmd
Sixth fSMtta, has re-openedhhhakary, and
Is now prepared to deliver Bread and Cake
of the beet oaallty, anywhere In the t lty,or
couayf In aMk quantities a hi cuatoav
in nr.jfrY"' FrlceswDI he made en
tlreVwtth refer tnaa 10 the present hard
tlmei; mother word, eheapcr than the
cheapett. Send In year order.
A silver plated No.O WlUon ShuUle Sew.
ing Machine, hard (pltno) tinlih, valued at
985. Will be told at 20 dlacoirat, on good
term, and ordered direct from the factor)'.
FOR SALE v
A No. 0 Wilson BhntUe Sewing Machine
valued at 78. Will be sold at W discount
and ordered direct frcm tbe factory.
A90Henilnfton Bowing Machine- 80
off for cash. Suitable for taller or boot and
hoe manuUclniar. r
FOR 8AUC. ' .
At a bargain, and on good te rati, a Howe
Hewing Machine. May be teen at the Com
pauy't met, corner Ninth street and Com
;.. rOK HALE.
bound in volume, full gilt Morocco ;
r'l 1):(Aiff r
K style ''rt.Maottghr Warren Co.'n"
Farlor Organ, right from the factory at De
troit. LUt price, fm W1U be nop for
A new two'hone Gamble wagon.
For any of the above article, apply t
tht Bullsti.n office. E. A. Bursitt.
SATURDAY, JUNK 1U, 1875.
Ieel Weather Beart.
Catao, III,, June I, 175.
7 a lu.
Kalnrall ,51 Incne.
THOMAS JUNKM, Sergt. 8. 8., U. 8. A.
.aula Herbert tine FIMHtWKK.
Airs. Page, of Salt Ijtku City, Is now In
(,'alro, paying n vllt to her parent, Mr.
and Mr.. Steele.
At the Nt. Cbarlea.
Mr. Tom Wliltlock nud bride, and Mr.
Ben McUe and bride, ncgk-cteil to
stute, uri- all (juartcred at the St. Churles.
Hon. S. M. litter, State Superintendent
ol Public Instruction. It In the city with
hi wife. They are the guotta of Prof.
Sargtant of Police Wooten, who has
been under the weather for teveral days,
returned hU ofllclal duller yetterday
morning, thongh he It still aoniewlmt tu
dlnpoHMl. The MethodUts, wo learu, have sua-
tveded in Hecuring the ftfuincr T. F.
Eckcrt tn take thn excursion party, of
which we poke; In a recent tunic, up
the river on the 3d of July.
The regular monthly reception, held at
the rectory of the Church of the Hc-
deemer, took place on Thitrxday evening,
and U Mild to have been an umuunlly
Dllrioa-rilJtEMEt-at IHla Her
mjjrThe finest article of Salad Oil at
Health Olllccr Brown report the city
lu a statu of healtlifnlnens, not cfiualed lu
many years. Dr. Wood reports to the
city authorities Uiat he h, at Uie pres
ent time, only two charity patient on his
hands, which Is the least number that
ha.s been under his care since he luis per
formed the duties of city physician.
We are receiving and offer nt low
prices, Kulrbank & Co's and N. Shaef
ler's Hellned Ijtrtl, lu tierces, barrels,
halt barrels, keg and buckets, and
Worftl, Wicks &. Co's Granulated and
standard "A" Sugars.
C-ia-2t jjTIIATTOK& Bum.
ttaTBlg reduction in prices ol Feather
Dusters, at Schuli's drugstore.
The Rough and Heady Fire company
of this city lteld u meeting at their en
gine house last evening for the purpose
of deciding whether or not they would
accept the invitation extended to them
by Mr. Wutkhis, but what conclusion
they came' to, we have not yet
The V. R. K. Track.
"A Mick" calls attention to the ob
struction of Commercial avenue 1y the
C. & V. It. IX. track. Thin is an outrage,
and the lteccivers should not neglect
thtir duty in this matter any longer.
They should put the avenue, .mined by
the track of th'lr road, intq passable con
dition. Even his lordship, Judge Treat,
will recognize the fact that he has no
right to ruin tho avenue of a city.
The Koaffbe far Hnrphyahor.
The Bongh and Itcady fire company
will hold a special meeting on Monday
night to consider an invitation to go to
Murphysboro, with apparatus, on Mon
day, Cthjof July. A lull attendance of
the company at thu meeting is desired.
By order of the company.
.1. Gko. SrEixiiousK,
Secretary pro turn.
Thoae Ntork Yard.
From Mr. Sol. Farnbaker, we learn
that the genttcmait of whom we spoke lu
yesterday morning's issue of the Bulle
tin Mr. J. W. Wooten, ol Nashville,
Tennessee lias purcliased lands opposite
this city lor the purpose of building
stockyards. We are also told that it is
the intention of the Cairo, Arkansas A
Texas railroad company to build yards
near Bird's Point, and that work on the
same will be commenced at a date not
Arlington Ice Cream Saloon, T. B. El
lis, proprietor, at tho Arlington House,
on Commercial avenue, letwcen
Sixth and Seventh, is now open.
The most delicious Ice Cream always on
hand. Families supplied with any quan
tity, and at reasonable prices. 0-18-tf,
Chief of Police Williams Imparts to us
the Intelligence that on Wednesday even
ing, alter hearing of the arrival lu our
city of tlio soiled doves from Pud ileal i,
hu at once Issued an order to tho owner
of the house, on Fifteenth street, in
which they had taken up their abode, to
havo the creatures moved at once, or ho
would arrest blm for boarding improper
characters. This order ho placed in the
hands of Officer Whitcamp, with instruc
tlons to servo It at once. The officer did
m he was bid, and tho women were ac
cordingly notlrled to get out, which they
did, leaving for parts unkuowu.
By a telegrum received at 0:45 p. ui.,
the 16th Inst., I am authorized to offer a
large reword for tho recovery of tho body
ot the roan who was drowned, or sup
posed to' have becu huwuua,;near Mound
City, on Monday, tho 14th Inst. For
further Information enquire of
W. M. Williams,
0.18-Ot 'Chief of Police,
BiM. Tn, Wrap. I Vti. I
IW.VrH ;T'" N. K. I I
W.W 71- H. I
w.wt w a. I 'i i
The Wrong Mnu.
A Cairolte, on his wayfrora Cincinnati,
stopped over ut Vlncenncs for n few
hours, met with some tlireo-c.ml-monto
men nt the Union Depot, who, after giv
ing him a little "chin music,'' Induced
him to "take a hand." After playing
some few minutes, the Cairolte found he
was short some forty dollars. Now, he
knew that wouldn't do these hard times.
He called the man of many tricks up
stairs to Itnith the game, and then de
manded the Immediate return of ids
moiiey, which was peremptorily rcfued,
but alter getting a sound thrashing from
our friend, he consented to give up forty
dollars which was not (piltc enough, as
ten dollars was charged for the trouble
of whipping him. After three or four
drinks around, our citizen agreed to ac
cept the lorty dollar, and left Vln
cennes a' "wiser If not a better man."
Genuine Congress water In bottles,
at Schuh's drug store. '2.1 cents er bot
tle. Polbly I he Name,
The Mound City I'atriut say: "Some
ml'crublc wretch stole the whole week's
washing, together with a galvanized
clothes line at II. H. Spencer's residence,
on Monday night last. This thing has
become o frequent throughout the
country that there seems to bo no more
safety there, lu the exposure of property,
than in town.'1 Tuesday evening, as
stated lu a recent Issue of the Bulletin,
an Individual, having In hU possession a
large bundle ol clothing of every descrlj
tlon, was arrested bv one of our county
officers on suspicion that he had not
come by the garment honestly, as they
were not ol that class worn by gentle
men. The goods were taken from him
and arc now awaiting Identification nt
the office of Sheriff Irvln, In this city. The
week' washing referred to by the Patriot
Is possibly the same that is now In the
hands of Sheriff Irvln.
Two lurnlshed rooms with or without
board. Inquire at Joski-h Sunn's fur
niture 'tore, Commercial avenue.
The Marphraboro Celebration.
Mr. Watkins, one of the gentlemen
who appointed by the people of
Murphysboro, to make all necessary prep
arations for the grand celebration
at that place on July fifth, was
In our city yesterday. He came for tho
purpose of extending, In person, an invi
tation to the Arc companies of this city
to go to Murphysboro on that day and
participate In tho festivities. He not
only asked the companies to Ih present
on the glorious occasion, but proposed,
provided they accept his 'pressing Invita
tion, to pay the expense of transporting
their apparatus to Murphysboro and back
to tills city. ;ile has also extended a very
cordial invitation to the bands of Cairo
to be there, uud lias made them very lib
eral oilers as to compensation. Mr.
Watkins tells its that the Murphysboro
people arc making every conceivable ar-
nuigemcnt for theavciit, and that from
every portion of the southern part of the
State, he has been informed, large delega
tions will be In attendance.
After the parade, which will be partici
pated In by the entire multitude of peo
ple, all will repair to the Turners' park,
a short distance from the city, where the
speaking will be lltteiied to.
After the oration, the amusements for
big and little, old and young, will begin.
iVinong other things tliut have been got
ten up for the enjoyment of the visitors,
an Immense dancing floor has been built,
with capacity to accommodate one hun
dred couple, or twenty-five sets. A splen
did string band has been engaged to fur
nish music, and those who love to trip
the light fantastic, can do so to their
A special train will run from Cairo,
over the Cairo & St. Louis narrow gauge,
that will carry passengers nt exceedingly
Genuine Coucress Spring Water.
put up in bottles only, for sale ntSchuh's
drug store at VI 00 per dozen.
A Railroad JinUance.
Eijitor Bulletin : The resident tax
payers of the Fourth nnd Fifth wards
uppcal to our municipal authorities
plainly speaking, to our officers elect-
to use nil means In their power to con
demn or have condemned the C. & V.
ltallroad track In those wards as a nuis
ance, on the ground of non-fulilllment of
contract. Wo speak and;fccl aggrieved
because, since the completion of said rail
road, our spacious thoroughfare
lias been entirely obstructed by said
railroad ; and, although we have been in
favor of railroads, we don't wish to give
or sacrifice all our rights.
Taking this matter under considera
tion, what is the duty of the people of
tho city of Cairo with regard to the C. &
V. It. It.? I say, Irrespective of the power
of Judge Treat, comply with our laws or
"vamose theranche." That's tho Amer
ican constitution, and you'll have to obey
It. A Mick.
A cottage on Thirteenth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Apply to I)n. Smith.
On Wednesday, tho 0th lust, a cow and
calf red cow wltlcrop off the right car,
also nn over bit ; crop off tho left ear ;
had on a bell ; calf, speckled, and about
13 day old. The owner can havo sumc
by coming forward,-" proving property
nnd paying charges. Sam Jackson,
W0-3t Fourth Ward.
9X Rag stock envelopes at thu Bin.
levin office, $3 35 per M.
Jo to fonla Herbert' ror PII.ME
tSfXX Woodstock envelopes nt the
Bulletin office, $3 00 per M.
At the Bulletin bindery 18 numbers,
bound in two volumes, full gilt inor-'
rocco; cost u ; for sale ut 10.
PJXSENEH at Louis Herbert's.
O. Tuft, of New Orleans, was at the
St. Charles yesterday.
.lames Carroll, of Vlck!mrg, was ill
the St. Charles yesterday. ,
II. HoiHport, of New Orleans, took
his eae ut the Planters' yelerday.
Judge .1. M. Bigger, of I'aihicah.was
nt tho St. Charles yesterday
J.M. Holey, of Chauiptlne, was reg
istered at the St. Charles yesterday.
O. W. WhUeiiiore, of St. Louis, had
quarters nt the St. Charles yesterday.
-Judge it. M. Bugg, of Blandvllle,
i-ojoiirned at thu Delmonho yesterday,
-I). J. BHScll,of.'
was registered nt the
St. Charles yester-
Mrs. A. C. Debit, ol i'hlludelphla,
was registered nt tin Planters' yester
J. M. Slkkenmj of Belleville, Mil
nols, was at the Grind Central yester
J. M. Davis, or (lilcago, tlllnois,vas
registered nt the Oraid Central yester
day. Albert Davis f Ht. Louis, was
registered at the Grald Central yester
day. John II. Brown eaino from St. Louis
and registered at the St. Charles yester
day. J. B. Mattock, of Cincinnati, occu
pied quarters at the St. Charles yester
day. II. C. Crucker, who comes to us
from Cincinnati, wa at the St. Charles
O. Hammonds of Baltimore, Went to
the land of dreams at the St. Charles at
J. It. Wright, of Union county, Ken
tucky, was registered at the St. Charles
John L. Campbell came hither from
Olncy, Illinois, and put up nt the St.
Major I,ec Bice, who halls from the
city of St. Louis, was registered at the
St. Charles yesterday
James Emerson and family .of Texas,
an extensive stock raiser, was registered
at the St. Charles yesterday.
S. M. Halcomb, ol Fort Branch, In
diana, rested his weary limbs at the St.
S. Frlnk, a prominent railroad man
hilling from St. Louis wa- at the St.
C. D. Bush, ot Foreman, Illlnol
was among the gue'ts at. the St. Charles
W. F. Barnes, of'"Maac, appeased
his appetite at the IX-lmonlco yesterday,
as did J. W. McCartney, of Metropolis
J. II. Brackenrklge came from
Boonsvllle, Indiana, and quartered him
self at the St. Charles yesterday,
James It. Clark, who when he Is at
home takes his meals at Cincinnati, was
at the St. Charles yesterday.
In Canton, Mississippi, there dwells a
man whose name is David Stodeker; He
was registered at the St. Charles yester
day. E. M. llarman, a prominent ln-
surauco man of Champalue, partook of
the hospitalities at the St. Charles yes
F. S. Cartlcbury, ot Sprlnglleld, .Mis
souri, likes good things to eat, and lie
therefore quartered himself at the Plan
D. B. Stanileld, of Maylleld, Ken
tucky, was registered at the Delmoulco
yesterday, as was P. G. Green, of the
Louisville, Kentucky, sends us John
Robinson, who put up at the Planters',
and was happy, as did P. II. While nnd
J. Burt, who also hail from the same vll-
as to the treatment of all diseases, Ironi the
mildcbt ailment to the deadliest epidemic,
but tho fact that thu California Vinegar
Bitters 1 conquering maladies which have
derlcd the faculty, renlcr these profess
ional differences of little consequence.
Whllo Dyspepsia, Gout, Rheumatism, Uri
nary Complaints, IMIIotmicss, Nervous
Disabilities, and till disorders not organic,
are obliterated by this matchless vegetable
tonic and alterative, who cares for opin
Obstacles to Marriage.
lluppy relief for young men from the ef
fecta of error and abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage removed. New method ol treatment,
New and remarkable remedies, nooks
and circulars sent Irec, In sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWABD ASSOCIATION, 410
N. Moth street, Philadelphia, P. an lust!
tutton having u high reputation for honor
al le conduct and protestlonal skill.
D-ll-d & v-.'lm.
Corrected Dally by K. M Slirns, commission
merchant, Secretary of the fulro lloanl ol
Flour, according to sruile...
Corn, mixol, aurktil
Com, white, nocked
llran, per ton
Meal, steam dried
llutter, choice Northi'rn.......
HutUr, choice Southern 111..
Kkks, per dozen
Turkeys, perdoien -
Potatoes, per burrel
Uniins, Dr barrel 1
..I 003 00
Strawberries per crate .
Meeting of the Stockholders
Cairo ft St- Louie Railroad Company.
PU1U.1C notice l hereby Riven that there will
b M M a , nwetluK of the stockholders of he
Cairo St. l!u.ls , ltallroad t "mny, at the
station hoiwe of said rminy, tnthe W j
Kast St. Louis, la the county of St. Clair and
State of Illinois, on .... a
Moiiitny the asiliwy f June, A.IK
at tho hours of eleven o'clock a. in., for the pur
riseoruVenaml there elcctlmcby hl stock
holder vcn directors for said company lor the
ensuing; year, and then and there tranuctlng;
euch oUier bunlnei apperta ring- to said com
lMinyaa shall come beiorewld meetlOK.
1 Vfull attendance of all the stockholders in
saldcompuny Is requested and much desired.
- J. W. SAVIN,
W, J. LEWIS,
W. 8. SKA It 1.9,
W. U. AUTHUIt,
Stockholders 0 A St L,U It. Co
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
142 Commercial Ave.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
Tho Entire Stock of Ladles' and
Broideries and Parasols, will be Sold at Cost. Must bo sold
within the next sixty days. Now is the tlmo to obtain bargains.
This is no Advertising Dodge. Bring your monoy and got
.Steamer Jim Flk, Pnilucah.
" Shippers Own, I'adurah.
" .lulla, Vlckohurj?.
" Arlington, McmphN.
" City of Qulney , .St. LouU.
City of Helena, St. LouN.
Tow-boat E. SI. Norton. Middleport.
" Anita, Cape Girardeau.
Steamer .llin Flak, l'ailucah.
" Shippers Own, St. Lotus.
" Julia, St. Lolils.
" Arlington, Cincinnati.
" City of Qtilncy, New Orleau.
" City ol Helena. Yivkshurj,'.
Tow-boat K. M. Norton, St. I.oul.
' Anita, Capu Girardeau.
Jim Klsk, Paducah jltellc Memphis
Utah, St. LouU: MlewlHl, James I),
l'ukor, Mary Mou'ton, Ohio river ; City
Chester, Ste. Genevieve, South.
UIVt'.K AMI WBATHEIl.
The river has been stationary at 'JO
feet on the gauge for the past !!l hours.
A rle Is reported at St. Louis, Cincin
nati and Nashville, but n decline at Pitts
burg: nml elsewhere along the Ohio.
. The Cherokee took 10,!i"0 packairo
into New Orleans last Tuesday.
The new Parisot Line steamer com
ing out of thu Ohio Is named the Talla
hatchie. Capt. S.' Frlnk, general freight agent
of the Iron Mountain railroad, was in the
Cant. Duiran IcU this city by thu
Short Llnu tor St. Lixila yesterday morn
ing, nnd will bring the Eckcrt out on
Tho Atlantic aud barges will be
here on Monday for Sow Orleans, nnd
will be thankful for nnyfsinnll liivors our
shippers can extend in the wayof freight.
The couutry around Miluurne ou the
Miss. Central road was visited by a storm
Thursday that broke down timber to a
frightful extent, but the town escaped
-The Eckcrt will take out tho Metho
dist excursion on Saturday, July 'Jrd, and
will take out a little excursion of herJ
own on Monday, July Oth. We hope to
see both excursions liberally patronized,
and they will be of course.
-Mr. Stephen Bird is rapidly rebuild
ing his saw mill which was destroyed by
lire lately, aud will soon have It running.
Mr. Smith Torrence, of this city, fur
nishes the boiler, breeching aad chimney,
and has them already nearly built.
The Anita came down after tho tour
government barges brought here by thu
Mary Lewis. They were built by the
Howards nt Jeflursonvllle, Indiana, und
are beauties sure enough. The Anita Is
In the employ of tho government and has
been fixed up in lino style.
Tho splendid excursion iteanier,
Idiuwild, will be nt the wharf Hits even
ing, and Is prepared to takeexctirslonlsts
at special and very low rates. No inoru
eujoynblo trip could be made, aud thou
desiring a little rest nud recreation should
make a note.
The Mary Lewis' belongs to dipt.
Pharr, nnd goes to Brashear City,
u-licrn she will mil III some of
those bayous, carrying tho mall
lu connection with tho Morgan Line.
The four government barges the brought
hero are lor mo In the government Im
provements abovo Capo Girardeau
" Waii Uitaiitmuit, IIIvkh UErmrr, j
June is. m;a. . I
KTATIOSH. LOW WATKII. C"A" '
KT. IK. t'T, ' IN,
IMttuburg '-' " n
Clncliinull I" U x
Loul.vllle S 10 i
St. Loula 18 10 -
Monday, July 5th.
The Muirnlticent Exourlon Steamer
H.W. Diiian Cuiilalu.
Will take out ii grand idcnlu imrtv ontheSth
of July , which will he u arranged its to tcrniln
am in a ainuiiiiHin i'.wi?iuii. ii v..v.no.w..
In tilaunnt npri'ily 1'or the young, (iende or
the city, and good nmslo and everything iiecr
ary to inak the oorntlun enjoyable will ho im-
it i i
Gont's Furnishing Goods, Em-
Notice lu Bankruptcy,
t'nltril Slul.ii of Aliirrlcii, ) .
loutliern Dinrlct .l llln... f ,
"Vy IIEIIEAS. .m llie 22d drr May, A. II
.nny" tlliil a IIIm-I In llu- llUtrlrt ourl of tlie
Inlll-1 Mflln fur tin- Snilllirrn lll.lill ,,t Mil-
tiiils, airatntt llu-"Kucl lurw oflhe slciinirr
Key tone" ini)inK that the miic in.iy 1 eon
tl uinMt for rm.otis uml r.m.i In hhIiI 1 1 !.! in.-n.
Ilomtl. Anil h-Tis, hy virtue nf proccsj) In
line furtn of law. to mi- illnviiil. ivtnm ilil,. nn
the tint Monday In .Inly next, lhuw--lici liixm
and tnkni tliesuld "l'uel tmrpjor stwinicr Key
ttoue" nml liuc tin- funic In iny nistnil).
..urn-.- is ni-rt'iiy ni'ii. iniii.i iiinuict Louri or
thcrnlteit Slate will lie held ut the Cnlttd
M.iU-4 (.'unit Itwim, In therily ofirlimllclil.iiii
tin- Hrt Jlomlay In July ncxt.fui- the tilal nl ll
Mid iivrnl-.4, nnd the nwnernr owners, and all
HeriXiut who hare ir claim imv Intcnwl lln u lii.
ii n- hereby cltcil tn lieaiulaiieurat Ihf lime nml
iiuv- iuun--uiu, iii uuv I'jiiiM-, ii anv iney n:ip,
w hy n ilecnv Miould not l ivndi-rril In lunml-
iiiiiv with tin- iiruycr nfxuld IIIh.1.
.-lirliiKfUlil, III., .lime l. I!
KliWAIII) It. ltOK,
I. S JIrli:il.
Wll.I.lic nwlveilat my oiUc- until Tuesday,
.luue ic:, tor all the Intnlier Hie
city nuy romin-ilurlnir the invjent lloil yiiir.
I.nmlierto lic-pKnluhlteor Imrroak, free from
;ii or biul LnoU, und to lie of nicliiilmciilmn
iiolecc(-ilhi7 3lii.-'tln lenulh and to In- dillr
vreil In rilch ini.ihlltles uml ut MH'll llmcnii tin;
ciinimilleeoii ktreeta miy direct.
'1 he eltx rew
ro luurlirht tn
all bid. VM
Cairo, .lune-.l, Ib75
ILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
IIKSIUUN'CK. No. 21 Thhteenth ttreet, be
twetn Washington aenueand Walnut itrtt.
OFFICE: North tide of Eighth llnet b.
tween Cuimnerciat and Washington avenue.
W. DONNINO, SI. D.
Corner Ninth and Watuut
OFFICE : Corner Sixth street und Ohio Irre
OFFICE JIOUKii: FramSa.M, l.'m., and
Croiu'J to 8 p. in
J)R. VT. DLAUW,
. Gcrtaan rhysician.
OFFICE: lliulcr's Illock, (up'ttalre) , corner
Eighth etreet and Washington uremic.
JOHN H. MUT.KKY,
Attorney at Iuir.
OFFICE: Eighth atroct, between Commer
cial and Wunhlngton iitciiuch.
gAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at fiiuv.
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, over rodm formerly
occuplvil by First Natloiiul Hank ,
Q.REEN & GILBERT,
AttorneyN anil ComiHelorN
OFFICE; Ohio room 7 and 8
City National ltuuk,
William H (Ircen, )
William II Ullhert, CAIltO. ILLINOIS.
Miles Fred'k Ollhert i
r3SH-eial attention jdven to Ailmlrally and
A BOOK FORTHE MILLION;
X rMrftU CannMlorUtht
MkiTlFtJ, or tbOi fthogl ic
mtrrr. on til rhTilnlotrlau
rejlrrici tad rvvtlfttlooi ol
tha it I Ml f riLcm. lLk ILt
lb OfltunlaxItfD, t.
TbU 1 no loUTtitlof work tf lv kiedrH fid tint
faitt, wtib ntioitrou ncriinf, tal eoEUloa Ttlubi
biortnaUoii for ibusc who trt DxrlJ or rootturUt mus
flv., uil li li Uwk tbt oiibi ta ba kept uaaVr lack
Q'l key, i4 Dot Uft flMly About U bou.
It ooaulai tb urerim sod 4t1 of flyleta
tlom rfpuUtioo I Dria wlJa, tnl abosU to lu Iboprl.
tku driwtr of my mal n4 fcmtlt Utrouf bout th eotirt
;k'b. It tnabrwfi trerytblnc oa tbt ubjoct of tbt p-O'f
ktir it si tn tbkt Ii wartb kftwU(. tai auk Usl I out
putUsbeaia ay otr work,
bent to ny t)0llrvor tit) for Klfiy CoftU.
jJJru Or, Jiutu' DUMiuirr. No. WK.fiickitt itmt,
Nolico lo Ihfl Afflicted and Unfortunate.
lUIWo appljlai la tb oouirioui quk wba K4?ril I
Iutllo vinrt, or uilo( mnj qvack rrmfilu'i, rut tr.
lutu work, no nuiwr bit ywur dliii li tr bo JpUr
bo j-ear MaiiUoa.
Dr. JtutU oooapit0doQbUlloait)f tvtotf MTf a roemi f
1 nlore4 by torn of tbo most lbrkt4 totdUctl f rofrt
ton f thl eon d try ud KarofM, a& ea t eoomUci ftt
h unity or by mll, oa ibo dltrtm ntniloct t la bit workt.
tiiBco sal 1'irturi, N. 11 Vortti klblb ttrnt, tctwiM
n'mi aud t-tiMtnt, Si Uuli. Ha.
Silver Gloss Staroh,
Por tlxo Lfttiiidry
T. KINGSFORD &
The Bunt Staroh in the World.
und Hit-illll'i'iviice hi cult Udlvevn It uud com
mon Mulch h scarcely halt' uevnt for nii oitl'ii'
tiry wishing. Ail; j our grocer fur It,
Oswego Corn Starch,
Is Hie orlginul KutaMUhnl lit Mi. Andiire
.civi'B llu leiiulutmu as I'DUKIt, HlltONl,.
Lltiind MOIIK IIKLICA'I'K lluiuany other
article of thu kind ulVeivd, either nl'llie
name nume or wllh ulhcr lilies,
8Ttvrv0N Macaiiam, I'll ),,.Vc, tlivhigh.
est chemical authority ofKuiupe; e.irefully una
iyied this Coin Starch, undmnn It Uuiuosl v.
celleut article nf diet and In chemical and feed
ing iirojicrtlvo Is Tilly einul to thu best arrow
" blrcclluiu fur nv.il.liiK I'uddlugs. Ciiituls,
An , uccoinpany euch one pound package.
ForHnlo by nil Flrit'Clii liiiM ein,
Tho Largost and Beat FurriinUed
uuusu in mo wwria,
RSon with board, $3.00 par day,
160 ' " 4 nn
10O " iibb "
100 ' i5 m
Tt nat tit 1 till 1.1 1.,.. til u. mti. tf..t.
0. FOOTE'S CIGARS.
All made by hand, the lieit In
the land, (.'untunier will ilml
llirni with J)ralcri iuid,flrt-cUn
Atoret, The Kcnulnc h.iyc the nam
l t. Fnotcorl) Cfon the.
hid. IlMt brands are Florde Henry
Clay, larfre and mll lze "lln"
l-'lnr llel tlllnnr (ctr lnrtrrll Kbir
i'ci i iniuuier tijitiiij ine iiienui ai ;icr ic
tutlat lllchand Hare Concha,
Western Factory, 00 07 South Water
Tho Iowa It. R. Land Company
uflVr n cholri-frum nt-r l,.VH,niin nrrea lJnnd
0rncivon luiml II. K llnie.lii the Jliddl lie
Klnnol Wmlern low No fccr iir.dwrec; no
Knuboiiier land Inn ermt by rallroaihi ironi
Ctilcnn, wllh iinibnimeofcnin, nd similar In
-nil ami climate to thu InmU of Central Illinois
53"Martillthl! Kor excnrtioii 'I IcKfU, free
lo tiurcbA&ei, from I'tilciffo, or filattoii
on the UitcnKo Sorth Western
nnd 1I1Ji; i .iin.1 nillrujul.4 Jn llllnoM,
mil uml hack, or for Mun nnd I 'nnij. hlfl.pl vine
lirlce. lerinn, Ac , nut free, addrext .loll.V 1)
O.M.IKll'N, IjiiiiI Ciiiiiiiislonor,!'J Ihiuiloliih
Mieet, Chlcano, or L'ed.ir Ihiiildi, Iuw
GILBERT HUBBARD & CO.,
Ship Chandlors and Sail Makers,
TWINES AND CORDAGE,
STEEL & IRON WIHE ROPE,
TENTS AND COVERS,
202 to 208 South Watei St.,'CHIOAOO.
.o l'rraaii cnu Inko Ihru HltMrsaceorik
mr to clirectlotH, nnd remain long unwell, pro
fil t.icir bone aio not octtrojea Dymmcnn
un or other lucan, and vital orcaus wastti)
ml oolnt of repair.
t j ir;iln or ludisealion, HcaillCllC, Tall
u.c Mii.uKlcrH, Cougha, Tlghlnea of the Chcsc,
'i .ms.4, .our Eructstlona of the Stomach, UaJ
r Ad in tho Mouth, lllllou.i Attacks, l'alllntloii
i.' the llcarl, Inflammation ot the Lung, l'alu li
'ue rejli u of tlto Kldnes, anil a hundred oUif.
ai. ful Mini'toui', nra llio oCtprlngs of Ilyier
i . ouo iHitllo will vrnve a better guarantee t
iu mor'.u than a lengthy advertisement.
1'or I'rmnlf tJaiuvlnlnta, tn young or old,
.nriled or elnglc, al llic dawn ot womanhood, ol
e turn or lite, theao Tonic Hitters ul.plar no do
utcd an influence that Improvement 1 soon per-f.-iilus.
l'ir liiflnmninlary nud Chronic Ithea.
iu ii ( nun i.oui, union., uemuieni aim inicr.
w tent Fever. IMtcnw of llio lilood. Liver, Kid.
.in nud lllaihler, tliesei Hitters linvo no equal
u M Disease ars earned by vitiated Blood.
The, ii n- n sriille I'umallrr mm well nn
ii Tonlr, I'osseselng tlio merit of acting at
imcrim ugene in icucMng congestion or in.
i.immntlon or the I.Hcr und Visceral Organs, anil
ii llllloiiii HUcasea.
1'or Nliln nitrntet, Krupllon', Totter, Salt--i.oii
in, Hlotclics, S iu1m, riinplc. l'uitulca, llolls.
.iiminulcH, ltlng-wurms. .Scald-Uead, Sore Etc,
i viliieluH. Itch. ScurN. liUcolorallonsorthenkln.
minor aud UUenscs or I lin Skin ot whatever name
r nature, aro literully dug un and carried out ol
luc system In a short tlmo by tho use of the if
t.riitrriil Tlion,mnl proclaim VlNteit
Iiitf.ih tho most wondorful Invhiorant that eve.
ii..italhi'il the sinking totem.
It. If. .llcllOM.tl.U & OO.
)ruggisu and (Ion. Agts., San Francisco, Cat, A
'or. oi uaiungion unu intruuu ow... n. i.
SULt) H V ALL DltUtUUSTS A DKALEK
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducali, Sbawnootown, Evans
villo, LouiBvillc, Ciuoinnntl
nnd all way landings.
'lh.-MiWiWJ.l mhlfirlml steamer
II. (i. FoULKR AfjtStcr.
lin. It. TnoliAii m Cleik.
ill h-a DvniiiH lllle fur Cairo every MONDAY
MiidTllL'ltUAV at n'eluck
Ciilriicuiy'lUKjUAY und FlltDAY.nl
li o'clock p. m
1 he t If gun! ldenhiI sleiuner
llr.N UoWAiin Mutter.
VYAIrim II. 1'K.NMNiiTU.N Clerk.
Will lo.iic I'.vinm lilt- Ihr Cairo every 'fl'K.S-
DAY uud FltlUAYat 1 o'clock p. in.
Will Un e Culm e cry IV KIIN ESUA Y and S AT-
i hu. i at ii u'eiocK p. in.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
UueH Kvuimlllc for Cairo every WEDNES
DAY and ftATCUADY lit A )i. m.
Leans Cairo elery lllUltsDAY and SUNDAY
in u p. Ill
Cuch boat nukes dose connections at Culro
wllh llrst-class sunnier fur bt. Louis, Mem-
his aud New Orlenuj. uud at F.vansvllle wltn
ilm K. ft C It. It fiii-nllrMilnuXarthaud Ijul.
und with llio l.iiulsvllle Mall nlcuiners fur all
points un the Upper Ohio, giving Ihrniigli rr
celiits on livlglits and piun.cngcrs lo all M)lnts
l or luitlur Inlornuitlnn HT
SOI.; SILV1CK, i'
j. .11. 1'lill.l.ll'H.
nrln .. .1 AJ MK ,
SiiX'iliikndcnt and Ueneral Freight Agent,
l,i-j.jii-ly, KvansvUle ludhiiia.
AMERICAN WASH BLUE
For Laundry and Household Use,
Aatnun Ultrimarina Wwh Kiruk.l. I,
Our Wash llluc Is llio best (n tho, world. It
does not stmik, contains nollilng Injurious. In
health or fabric, uud I ued by all the Urga
laundries on iiccouiit of Us pleasing cOVet uud '
clH'.iiMie.i. Superior ror whitewashing. I'ut
un lu package convenient for family UH-f. Vrlce
For sale by groiers evervwlirre, Alwayaask
for the American Wash Jlliie, If you want d
,llTtsvi nmi van
AMT-RIOAN ULTRAMAJUmS WOIKI
Oillce, Tl William Slrvet, Xw Yotk.