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A9CAI.ON I.'JMUK, So. 61.
A Knight of I'yihhu.metU every Krh
day night at liulr-piMi ,errn, in Odd
U relloira' Hull 0. K. hlalk,
AI.KXANDtU I.OOOK, NO, SB I.
Iiiilftrf.tuiiit Onl-r f,r f 1,1, 1. 1.!.
..TV half-i! at'ieu, in their hull on
I Ojnmrrrlnl at-i'tinr. brfUI--ti Mtth ftml Iuivmi , K
low, imu eiery 'ihumdny night
treeta. Join I) (io4uiv, N. U.
CAIKO KNOAMI'.MCNT, I O. O. , meets
In Ull-reltow' Mull (iiitlin It rut on. 1 thlnl
I m-wUj In mif month, at liair-imtl aeirn
; K Alack, C. !'.
A CAIKO I.OIWJK. NO, 237,A.r A A. ,M.
ka Hold rrtfiilar communication! In Ma
sonic Hull, corner Couimercuil avenue
. Klxtith mil, en the second hiiiI
otirlh Monday ofii.rji month
BY OOK FRIEND AT TKECOBNEK.
Hull, ( Ni. 4'lolhiiiK,
I. WiiIdcT, at the corner of Ohio I.evei;
iiutl .Sixth trwt, known to Kiine m "our
fnetnl at tin; corner." has
"lauhtered" high prices In Ilat, Cup,
tiuil Clothing. Ho Is celling at great bar
gains, a fact that make torn, ilcukrs li.d
a If they wen; hot or tnu.lv by light
ning Call on him, and price liU gooiU,
for which lit? doc not owe a nlekle.
II.Ni:i:il nt l.ouls llrrlx rl'o.
Wo will tale, nt the .St. Chirle Hotel,
at til I-er moiitli, aml.V) boarder with cool,
llea- tut rooma on tho upper floor, nt r
per month. At UjIi extremely low rite,
none hut promptly pa) log boarder u III be
nucptcil. Jewktt Wilcox 1 Co.,
HaoclInlU orKvrry lporlitliin
Mrnl ! Jlml t
Hitln; bought' out; th! Intcre-t of
Koehler l!rt. In the meat ljuMnt?-, I am
jireparcd to lurn'ili the people of Cnlro, an
wtll at tteamboat, with the cholccU meat
the market afford, anil all tboo wUhln;; to
have their rncati delivered at their home?,
taa be accommodated. Itcpectfnlly,
H'W-tr. i'n iiowAitn.
I.triirtlou. Ilrnlr, i:tr.
'I he trood pa-engrr steamer, llannor.k
City, can be chartered lor excurMon or
plcnl it re ionablo rate. Apply to
-Min Wji.kkii .t N'kii.Ic.
IJrt Ihr llrai.
Dr. .Scili Arnold- Coith Killer the
Xieai vindicator tor a'l lung ill-eae a su
perior remedy to all other medicine! yet
illacosurcd, In cere eau-i. It l a mre,
ipilck, and perfectly uafe remedy lor
cousin, cold, ooru throat, whooping cough
:roup, and all dhc.T-c of the throat ami
lung. Ite'.all price, i' and Ml cent and ? I.
Any bottle that iloei not ghe relief may be
returned, and the money will be refunded.
Dr. Stth Arnold'a Diarrhma llalstm i'l and
Mcent. Iti-meinticr It t warranted. Ar
oold'a Ull'toiM Mamltako I'ilK, operating
without alcWncm aud pain, compounded
by Dr. Heth Arnold' Medical Corporall 'n,
Woonnorkit. It. I. Sold by Taul O.Schuh,
dri)KKlt, Cairo, III. 5VI-2:-3ui.
lejf'XX Amber and White ra' 'tock
nvelopi'satthcBi'LLr.Ttx olllci', printed
S:i .'Oand d Wyx r .M.
Uo urn! fire !ler.
landlord! ot hotel, and boarding houci
will find ll to their zdrantaKe in call Uon
ln. Coleman, l.iutulroii, No 12 Fourth
atreet, betwet.0 WshlnKtou and Commer
cial avenuef. Hotel and boardlng-houe
waahlog.T¢aperdozen. Vox piecework
iricc are at lollowt: Single xhlrt and col
lar, 10c; per down Mcj ock fw; two col
lart, 6c; two handkerchlebi, 5c; vcit tiOc;
and all gentlemcn'a wear, Me. per
dozen. I.adlei' drci.c, to 50c;
uklrUlO to 20c; drawer 10 to 15c; two
lalr hone 6c; two collars 5 to 10c. Kor la
die' plain clothen i?l 00 per dozcu; lor In
die tine clothen, $1 25 per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptlv delhernl. I'a
N'ollrr of Krinovnl.
The well-known barber ahop, comer
Kighth and Cnmmercial, presided ovjr by
the popular artM, George Steluhouie, haa
removed one door north on Commercial, In
the (irand Central Hotel. The new khop Is
.urge and commodious aud those winning
lor anything artlutlc In tho way of fashion
able hair ciiitliig, mnooth i-haveu, etc., will
Jo well to call at the (Irand Central liarber
Krank Kratky, or the Union llakery,
Commercial avenue, between Fourth and
.Sixth atrecU, hat re-open cd hl bakery, and
la now prepared to deliver Hrcid and Cake
or tho hot quality, anywhere in the city or
country, In auch quantities as hi custom
er may desire. Price will bo msdo en
tirely with rererjneo to the present hrd
timet; In other words cheaper than the
choapesl. Send In your orders
A llvcr plated No. 9 Wilton Shuttlo Sew
ing Machine, hard (piano) linlih, valued at
$65. Will be told at S20 dUcount, on good
terms id onlered direct rrom the factory.
A No. II Wlln Shutllo Sowing Maelune
valued at ?T5. Will bo sold at $15 dbcount
and ordercil direct f rem the factory.
A tf'M Itcmlngton Sewlrg Machlne-?10
off for cadi. Snltablo for tailor or hoot and
At a bargain, and on good terms a Howe
Sewing Machine May be een at the Com
pany's oftlec, corner Ninth xtrect and Com
nicrclal. KOH SAM-.,
ricturifffpie America" IS numbers
bound in 2 volumes full gilt Morocco ;
At lJ"K," ''Clough, Warren .V Co.'h"
I'arlor Organ, right from the factory at De
troit. I.lt price, 3v. Will be fold for
A new two-home Gambia wagan,
Kor any of ths above nrtlclei, apply at
tbe BvLLiTiN offloe. K. A. IHibnbtt,
SATI'IIDAV, JUNK 2i, 1875.
I.ncnl Weather Report.
. Caiko, III., June 23, KS.
IIak. Tin. I Wind. I Vm Wcathsr
TO.OIS ! 7.1 ' I ' Y. ' I Cloudy
K'.'-ji I ri- ,
1 l.t. Itahi
Itnlnfall 1 IJ Incnr-T
THOMAS JONKS, Sngt. H. .4., U. S. A.
'I'boiMtc Ihtlier lii-lil n itioetliiL' tiL tlif
council chamber Iat nlsrlit for tho tran-
action of general bulnc.
J.uilU Herbert lina Ilf.Hi:.i:it.
t-aTldtf reduction tu price-! ol Kcutlirr
lttti'r-i, ut Schuli'.i dniL' .store.
.Mr. Wm. Wetcl. proprietor of the
Oraud Central HoUdof thU city, who,
for tlu' pa-U week, hiu been daiiKeroitily
111, Is wo ar very lad to Intorm our
readers, slowly recovering.
Ilrllrioii-Plljm:M:it-i I.imiN Her
lerl" or Hot Nirlti.
.Iiidtfo .Mulkcy. who for come months
has leu In falling health, will leave
Cnlro soon lor Hot .Springs. Arkansas,
where lie cxectf to be inucli benefited
by tin.' ri'tor:itlve said to cxlt In that
JrfS'D'ti'i'xis CULMIIACIfKIt nt Mrck-
1-irThe lluest article of Salad Oil at
(inline In Jtnrlij lori.
We undcrLiiud that a iiiiiiiIkt of the
yoiinjr men of thcl'ouhand 1'cady I'ire
Cotnpaiiy, w ho were disappointed at not
belli;,' allowed to o to Murphy-dioro as a
bfxly, have ilnlllcd their Intention to
accept the kind Invitation of tho Deltas
and will don the cap i"d U-lt of that
company and llht In their rank" on the
r,th ol July.
trSS'KlTy.lXOHHa tit ft Miri'ntthrr.
Wc arc told that on Thursday after
noon, that bl streak of llhtcniu and
noUy clip ol thunder, that so completely
tkiiiollihed the fla ."taft'on th'i cupola of
the A nib engine Iiouh. aNo cai-i.cd and
badly frl'htenwl a couple of ncj;rojs,wlio
were etandln on the comer of Twenti
eth aud Poplar strect. They were both
knocked flat upon their back-, and were
unable to rio lor t-evera! minute. Mr.
.fames Kelly, who was standing near hN
stable back ol the Arab cicluc hou'ewas
truck between the shouldcH with a Kr
tlou of the falling tlajr s-tnll, but wa, for
tunately, not hurt.
The Tumors are hereby rcfiucstcd to
attend a !-)K'clal meeting Sunday evening,
the 27th ln-t., nt their hall, at S o'clock,
tharp, for the purpo-e of making llnal
arrangements lor their picnic on the
Fourth of July, and aUo foropeidu bids
for their new hall. Ily order of the presi
dent. Jon.v K(i:in.i:n.
A I.oute t'Hiiiiry.
A doen men and boys black and white,
were greatly excited over reeluz a beau
tiful canary bird perched upon n tele
graph wire across Washington nvenue,
lcadliii; to the residence of 3lr. Kdwurd
Halllitay, yesterday moruinf,'. Kor nlontr
time they lmrlcd lumps of dirt, stones
Fticks aud other mis!lcs, hut filled in
hriniu down the little warbler. He
was finally frightened away by a young,
ster who began shaking tho telegraph
pole, followed by a large majority of tho
boys, who were determined to cutcdi that
bird or buL
?Oenulne Congress water in bottles
at Schuh's drug store. 2.i cents per bot
tle. I'll IV TliU-tliiK.
From -evcr.il sources we have heard
complaints to the effort that there are
dog-mu..le thieves about, and that muz
zles disappear trom the snouts of dogs
in every part of the city d ill'. Some
ol the owners ofdogs who h.ivclo-t muz
zles are of tho opinion that the boys who
have made the capturing of dogs a busi
ness cm account for the lois of the inn.-
ides. They have taken ut) all tho doir.s
without muzlcs, and bitsue-i becoming
dull, they take oft the muzzles, let the
dogs go, nnil when they again see them,
catch aud confine them in the pound, re
ceive their pay, and nro happy.
fi-(7o jo JatckcVs mitl try Am KHIiAX
OJStl, it ih.llphtftd htttrayt.
To III! IIuiik,
The negro King, who has been on trial
atCfiarle-ton, MU-ouri, for the tnurdcr
of another negro, sometime during last
winter, was enteiiced to be hanged by
tho neck until dead. Tho evidence In tho
case Is said to have been very one-sided,
showing that the murder was a coolly
planned and premeditated one from be
ginning to end. It seems that King ami
his victim, during the day of the murder,
had engaged iu u quarrel, and that King,
after thu quarrel had been settled, and
on the night of the .same day it occurred,
scut a woman to the murdered man's
hnit-e to tell lilm to come out, aud when
he appeared In the door King plunged a
largu knife into liU heart, killing him In
stantly. King will expiate his crime on
thft i:ith of August.
The Art Jonrunl.
This meritorious work, published by
Messrs. Applcton & Co., Xow York, Is
being Introduced tit our city by tho gen
eral agent, Mr. W. M. Perkins. It Is a
work that commends Itself to all lovers
of art, and w u would advlso those w ho
wish this ma gnltleeut work to sub-
Hcribo while they have tho opportunity.
Mr. Perkins will reman In town but a few
days, and will call on our citizens gener
-The Hon W. It. Morrlon, of Water
loo, was In the city yesterday.
Mr. O. W. Cochran, ol Uatou Itouge,
one of Hie owners aud proprietors of the
St. Charles hotel, of this city, is In town.
Miss Mattle Williamson, of this city,
left Thursday afternoon on board the d
egnnt steamer, Thompson Dean, for
.Smlthland, Kentucky, where she will
visit her friends and relatives. .She will
lie absent for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. SafTord, we arc
told, will leave Cairo sometime during
the coming week for Chicago, where they
will be Joined by Mrs. Dr. Mary HafTord
Hiake, sister of Mr. .Saflbnl, when the
three will start for California on n pleas
ure tour. They will be absent for py
llu I I.oiili Ilrrhrrfi for PI I. Si:-
41ln Fruit Jitr.
at 70 cents per dozen ; all the lale-t styles
In jelly glass. Sealing w ax In largo and
small quantities, nt Dan'l Hartman's,
corner Sixth street.
The New Itittland (Illinois) Journal,
In sjieaklngof the marriage of our young
friend Tom Whltlock, says: "On
Wednesday of last week, the Hev. A. K.
Arnold otllclatcd In tying the knot be
tween Mr. G. T. Whltlock or Cairo, aud
Miss Alice Urevoort, daughter of John
Urevoort, K., one of I'mlaml's leading
btisini.-s ineii. The ceremony took place
at the re-idence of the bride's father. The
high "lauding of the contracting parties,
added to the bride's splendid outfit, made
tills one of the mo-t brilliant cere
monies of Its kind ever occurring
iu Rutland. The happy couple.
attended by lieu. McOee and his
bride (of a day) loll on the '.'.:t0 p. in.
train for Central!.!, where they remained
one night, and were serenaded by the
Central!.! band. Thence b the 8 a. in.
train (of Thursday,) to Cairo where a
reception awaited thcinat the St. Charles
hotel. MIs Alice was a general favorite
with this imople, who turned out en
ma-se to bid her good bye, as she dc
partnl for her new home. The Jounvit
acknowledges the receipt ol the custom
ary favors, and wishes joy, haupmess
and all the little" necc'sary aibnipanl-
incnLs that arencce-sary towafds the fill
Ailment of such a wiih."
The iireit fjii
io days olFranc
Since the days oljFranconls' hippo
drome famous forMts va-l tents and the
magnitude of Its appointments no show
has excelled It until the organization of
Cooper, Ualley t Co's. menagerie, mu
seum, aviary, colo-?al hippodrome,
Grecian circus and calcstlicuice.xhibltlon.
It has been pronounced by the press the
wonder of the day. and Its route over this
continent proved a constant ovation.
Ten shows are allied In one, the tents
covering four acres of ground, and one
hundred of the lliiest performers In the
world grace their arena. The collec
tion of .ttllll.nlf 4l(rl wj-
thi- beautiful pageant are va
ried and curious, having been
purchased from the orient to the Occi
dent, and from the Polar seas to the tor
rid zones. Among them are Saladln,
the great war elephant, ami Queen Ann,
the celebrated performing elephant ; cam
els from the shores of the Straight of
Hab el MamKb, the fierce Puma, Hengal
tigers, white jieacock, herd of saca-d cat
tle, tho river horse, red stag of India,
while Tartarian Yak, aud hundreds of
other animals of a wild and fierce na
ture. N'o show could be more Inter
esting than this, and no one
has ever lcforo visited Cairo
attended with so much fame. Iu the
street parade will be elephants In scarlet
trappings, camels and dromedaries, war
chariots aud tableau cars, trained horses,
men and women in the glittering cos
tumes of the days of chivalry, and a su
perb orchestra and cornet bands in
bronzed chariots. Then there will be
the celebrated seven octavo steam piano,
purchased at a co-;t of $2.",000, manufac
tured iu lferlln, Prussia, the weight of
which Is over four tons. This will be
drawn by a team, of horses
transported from llarbary at a cost
of thousands of dollars. The inon-ter
tents are to be spread at the foot of
Kighth street, and two performance will
be given at 1 mid 7 o'clock p. in. llelng
instructive and entertaining, aud coming
to Cairo witli a reputation superior to all
that have preceded It, this monster show
will certainly be visited by all our citi
zens and people of the surrounding
The Ohjeel or tilt Methidll Kvciir
nlon. Iu soliciting the patronage of the public
to the picnic excursion on tho Kckert on
Saturday, July 3rd, tho management deem
It proper to state tbat tho eutcrprlse hai
been undertaken out ot ueccs-lty, for tbe
purpose of raUIng funds to meet arrear
age In tho aalary of our pastor, Itev. J. I.
Wallar, which havo occurred In cou-o-ppnee
or tho cxpeiiics which the congre
gation Incurred while making thu necessary
repairs of tin part year. Thu public havo
always responded generously to tlmllar
call upou their patronage, and while being
grateful for past favors, tho committee,
rocllug tho Importance, ol the matter, ur
gently invite a largo attendance on tho pres
ent occatlon. Thu price charged for the
round trip to l'aditcah I ouly about one
fourth packet fare, and tuklng t.o enjoy
ment and pleaauro afforded Into considera
tion, it is saloto say every one patronizing
thu excursion will rccalro tho full worth of
the moucv Invested.
1. W. lUltCLAY,
K. C. Pack,
II. A. Tiio.ms,
Arlington Ice Cream Saloon, T. H. Ki
lls, proprietor, at tho Arlington House,
on Commercial avenue, between
Sixth and Seventh, is now open.
The most delicious Ice Cream iilwaynou
hand. Families supplied with any quan
tity, and at reanonablo price. fl-lS-tf,
("hciipcr Thnn Kver Kiiohii Before,
Mason's Self-Sealing Fruit Jut s at $1 CO
pcrdo7.cn. Extra rubbers for Mason's
Fruit Jars, at Daniel Hartiunn's, corner
Sixth street. fi-25-tf
C. II. Smith, ot New Vork, was reg
istered at the St. Charles yesterday.
.lames Klein, of Cincinnati, took
his gruel at the St. Charles yesterday.
M. I.. Stevens, or Helena, smiled
sweetly at the St. Charles yesterday.
-John II. Sullivan, of Vlcksburg, was
at the St. Charles yesterday.
I,. II. Falrchlld, orN'cw Orleans, was
registered at the St. Charles yesterday.
St. l.ouls sent as a representative to
the St. Charles ycterday I.. L. Untlcr.
New Orleans was represented nt the
St. Charles yesterday by J.G. Arrington.
O. O. Ilerry, of Cincinnati, burled
much food at the St. Charles yesterday.
W. F. Gamble, of St. l.ouls, was
registered nt the St. Charles yesterday.
O. C. Fitz, of Eldorado, gave the
grub fits at the St. Charles yesterday.
II. G. Masey. of F.lderado, win at
the St. Charles yesterday.
T. Parker, of Missouri, was register
ed at the St. Charles yesterday.
1!. W. Illaucharil, of Chrlsmoii. Illi
nois, "did" the St. Charles yesterday.
The Grand Central took care of ().
15. Clark, orSati Diego, yciterday.
Capt. I). 11. Silver, of the steamer
"Susie Silver," was u guest at the St.
J.S. Coe, olSt. Louis, slept the sleep
of a Christian at the St. Charles yester
day John Kennedy, of Vlcksburg, looked
well to the wants of the Inner man at the
St. Charles yesterday.
D. N. Morrison, of Decatur, Illinois,
was t be seen at the St. Charles yester
Capt. Henry Lowcry, of St. Louis,
was registered at the St. Charles yester
'1 . II. and laac I.ee, of Taylor. Mis
sissippi, were registered at the St. Charles
C. H. Fni.lcr and T. Sallicrs, ol Lin
coln, Nebraska, were kindly cared lor at
thu Planter?,' yesterday.
H. C. Williamson aud wife, of Val-
den. Mississippi, were guests of the Plan
Edmund Martin and wife, of Wil
liamsburg, New York, wen; r'egl-tercdat
the Planters' yesterday.
Mr. Looney and lady, of Cape Girar
deau, were quartered at the Planters' yes-
H. II. Dais, a gentleman hailing from
New Orleans, shared the hospltalltici of
the Delmonlco yesterday.
T..1.0. Morrison, of New Madrid'
Missouri, was an arrival at the Delmonlco
G. and J. II. Trutnble, of Chicago,
took a tumble into a feather bed at the
St. Charles last night.
N. W. Watson, of Chicago, was one
of the lively ones who ate of the good
dinner at the St. Charles yesterday.
A. R. Knott and James Piersou,
of Metropolis, sided their castors Into the
St. Charles yesterday.
H. H. Fame, of Oakland, California,
appreciates good things to eat, and put
lin nt lk B i l' j ..-.. .
J. E. Hochn, or Cincinnati, had a
tus,le with the leg of a chicken at the St.
Cileries yesterday, and totally annihi
J. W. Gorier, of Harris, Pennsyl
vania, wrestled with the bell rope in
room No. 11 at the St. Charles last
II. Midler, of Pensacola, Florada, be
ing a long way from home, put up at the
Planters' yesterday, where he was well
taken care of.
L. E. Splllmau, of llutler, Illinois,
spilled the good things set before him at
the St. Charles yesterday, into his capa
cious stomach In a manner that did much
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
Tiiuitsmv Mon.vt.NG, Jiwn 17, 1S75.
The board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present Commissioners Thomas Wil
son and George Fl'her: Jacob G. Lynch,
. It Is onlered that the action of the
board on the 11th Inst., allowing $20 to
Dr. J. C. Sullivan, In lull ot his bill for
50, be rescinded, that tlu order on the
county treasury for said amount of $20
be cancelled and that the imi ot $10 be
allowed him lor surgical operation per
formed on a pri-oner.
It is ordered that the following bills be
allowed and that orders bi drawn upon
the treasury accordingly, viz :
Huso, Loomls & Co.. Ire tiirnl-hcd
nt court liou-eln 1871 $ 40 1 1
W. U. Itockwtll & Co., stationery
for shenlf. 1 P0
Alex. II. Irvlu, slicrill, sundry
fees r. IIIO 15
Elijah Taylor, witness Tees and
attendance In criminal case in
circuit court 25 00
Bedford Tucker, witness fees and
attendance in criminal ca-u In
circuit court I 00
It is ordered that E. E, Keir bo and Is
hereby removed lrom the position of su
pervisor of roaddistrlct Xo.S, on account
of neglect of duty, and that Severe Mar
ehlhlou bo and he Is hereby appointed to
llll the vacancy.
It Is ordered that the report of Alex. II.
Irvin, theriir, on fees earned aud collect
ed during (lie six months 'ending Juuu
1st, 1875, be approved and filed.
Whereupon the board adJomediir die.
Jachii (i. Lynch, Clerk.
This pleasant Summer Itesort la now open
for vltttoi. The Springs are tho tiiiest
Chalyboate water, and aro altuated iu a
beautiful ticceh grove, near a romantic
atream with high rocky bank. The Springs
aro hair-way between Vienna ind Got
conda, and can be reached by hack from
either o those places, 1(. i . Ilivixs,
Juno 'il, ISTftj f-m-2w.
At tho Hui.LKTiN bindery 18 numbers,
bound in two volumes, full gilt inor
rocco; cost $11 ; for sale nt $40,
9XX Woodstock envelopes at ttio
UULLKTIN OlllCe, 3 W per Hi
I'hcnprr Than Tin.
Jutre:ched by the New York Store,
15 gros of asjortcd (llaaa Fruit Jars, which
weaball offer atPO cents per dozen. This
makes glass jars lower than tin cans. Lib
eral discount to tho trade.
CltAIILKS O. Pat I mt ,1 Co.
SyX Hag stock envelopes at the llui.
lkii.v olllcc, S3 25 per M.
t& The ttltbrattd Scdilz MIL W'A V
Far Male t'bvnp.
Tho entire outllt of tho (Irand Central
Hotel, with a flvo years' lease, and on reas
onable terms. For particulars, apply to
TT-fl-22.tr. Wm. Wktzil,
rir Half or Kent.
The house and lot on the corner ol
Eighth and Walnut streets. For particu
lars apply to Mns. Cc.MMi.vns.
A cottage on Thirteenth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Cia-tl. Apply to Dit. Smith.
ISirGeiiuInc Congress Spring Water,
put up In bottle only, for sale atSehuh's
drug store at $2 00 ier dozen.
, Two furnished rooms, with or without
hoard. Inquire nt Joski-h Smith's fur
niture store, Commercial avenue.
as to the treatment of all dleac', lrom the
inlhleat ailment to the deadliest epidemic,
hut the fact tbat the California Vinegar
Hitters Is conquering maladlea which hive
defied the faculty, renters these profess
ional d tVerenccs or little consequence.
hue Dypepsln, Oout, Rheumatism, Uri
nary Compliluts, ililllouncs, Nervous
Disabilities, and all disorders not organic,
arc obliterated by this matchless vegetable
tonic and alterative, wha cares Tor opin
ions f C-lS-d&w-lw.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men fr-m tho cf
fecta of errors and abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage removed. Mow method ol treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Hooka
and circulars sent Iree, iu sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWAIIU ASSOCIATION, 419
N. Mnth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an In-tl-tutiou
having a high reputation for honor
al le conduct and professional skill.
1'II.SEXEU at Louis Herbert's.
Steamer Jim Flsk, I'aducah.
' City of Vlcksburg. St. Louis.
' Crcat Republic, Xew OrleaiH.
Grand Tower. St. Louis.
Tow-boat Leopard, St. Louis.
Charles Brown, St. LoiiN.
" City of Vlcksburg, Vlcksburg,
" Great Hepubllc, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
Tow-boat Leopard, St. Louis.
" Charles Ilrown, St. l.ouls.
Jim FNk, Paducah ; Idlowlld, Evans
vllle ; II. C. Vncger, llelle Memphis St.
Louis ; City Helena and Grand Lake Xo.
i and barges from the South.
The elegant excursion steamer Idle.
wild Is the packet for Evauville this
niVEIl AND W'EATHKR.
The river last evenlmr was 20 tcet 2
J-5 inches on the gauge, having risen 13
l-f Inches during tho previous 21 hours.
The rivers elsewhere, exiept at Xahville
and Pittsburg, are rising.
The weather continues stormy and
The T. F. Eckert leaves St. Louis
Tuesday morning for Cairo.
The picnic season has fairly opened.
We hear of several that are to take place
Col. G. W. Cochran, of Loul-Iana,
one of the proprietors of the St. Charles
hotel, was In the city yesterday.
Tho Coal aud Iron ltccord. cuually
ii good authority as the Scientific. Amer
ican, has great faith In tlie lceiy motor,
and Is not afraid to say so.
The Bannock City, Capt. N'ellN, Is
laying at the docks above the city with
her boilers pumped up, anil ready for
bu-incss at a moment's notice.
Tho James D. Parker was several
hours behind time yesterday coming
from Memphis, as -he nojloubt stopped
to help the Hollo Shreyoport out of her
predicament on the head ot Island No. 10.
The Painter So. 2 Is making an
other tow of staves at Padueah for New
Orleans. Her pilot, Mr. Henry Ashton,
Win tho city waiting until she will havo
her tow made up, which will probably be
next Tuesday or Wednesday.
Mr. Smith, of Minnesota, Inventor of
Smith's Patent Middling Purlller, wa-, In
the city day before yesterday. It W by
Mr. Smith's Patent Purlller that the
justly celebrated "Sylph" brand of Hour
Is made hi thu Egyptian mill' ol nam-
day Brothers, In this city.
The Paducah Herald ol yesterday,
says: "Supt. F. P. Grucoy has chartered
the ClarksvIIle licet, consisting of tho
steamers Joe Ambrose, Bill Searcy, Sil
ver Spring and .Matt Gracey, to Dick
Anderson to carry watcrmelloiis to
We. regret to learn that Mr. E. P.
Haines, Jr., a son of Mr. E. P. Haines ut
Smlthland, met with an accident day be
fore yesterday which, Ills feared, will
prove fatal. Ho was thrown from a
horse, and, falling upon Ids head, re
ceived terrible injuries. Ills brother, Mr.
John Haines, a clerk In the house of
Capt. G. D. Williamson, and Miss Maltlo
Williamson left for Smlthland on the
Thompson Dean, being called thither by
the sad news.
Capt. Sam Orr has charge of a flat
boat, moored below the St. Charles, Uiat
ho would like to sell, as he has tho Job of
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
The Original Cheap Sine
142 Commercial Avi.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
The Entire Stock of Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Em-'
broideries and Parasols, will be Sold at Cost. Must be sold
within tho next sixty days. Now is the time to obtain bargains.
This is no Advertising Dodge. Bring your money and get
keeping he r pumped out.and the weather
Is mighty hot. Tho boat was built at
.Mayilcld, and there were but two boats
got ofl the mould lefirc they were stolen
lay some chap that no doubt wanted to
build a com crib. The boat Is of the
gunwale pattern, hut ha a Ml"ourl
river bow and a yellow jacket stem.
From stem to sting she Is 130 feet long,
20 feet wide and 0 feet deep, slightly
humped iu tin; middle, and Orr says you
could tluow a pig through her sides at any
place. She belongs to Captain Leouhard.
Shreveport Times, June 1H: The
last boat out from Fulton, reports the
upper river falling fast all the way down
to Old river from a stage nearly bank
full. It was the June rWe and It has
passed off without overflowing any of the
plantations above. On her up trip when
abovu Fulton, the Ida Leon met tills rise
and had to go to the bank for the want of
power to stem it. It was thick with mud
with a very strong current. The Ida
Leon was on hand yesterday morning
lrom above tlie rail witu lour nates ot
cotton and a lot of cotton seed.
She spent mo-t of the day up Cros
bayou discharging. Mr. George Lord,
wfio made the round trip on the Ida, ex
pressed himself much plea'cd with the
country above the rait, particularly with
the Indian Nation, aud has a strong no
tion of settling there. He was ottered In
ducements that few are dispoed to Ig
nore .The government steamer
Sterling. Captain Tennyson, left yester
day for Lake Bistencati to afford what
relief he can to the steamer W. J. Behan.
New Orleans Times. Juno 23 : The
steamboat men on Ouachita river ought
to be liaimv on one lioint at least, aud
that Is, tncy are navlng their river
cleared oi an ousirucuous, cican as a new
nin. From Cant. Trinidad aud Ed.
Phelps of the Willie, wo learn that the
iron snag boat O. II. Wagoner. Capt.
r,3.l.. C..'.... la .... lti.nl .. t. ..rb ...til
in till ttl ,,11.1 , ,1 t.v... iiuiu t.i hvii, nu.
performing miracles. She left Monroe
on or about the "th of June, and went to
Camden and In tho short space of 4 days.
raised 110 sawvers. snairs and saw Iocs
rmr nf ,ln , - IU-w r---1
tney turneu uacn auu commenced raising
rue logs out oi me txii oi ine river and
the last heard of her, she was at work at
Die monster rack Heap at liavdec Slioals ;
irom an oiervaiion u reqmrcu out ten
untunes to raise, cut up ami deposit on
the bank a 70 foot log at Miller's Bluff.
f-vcrymuiggoes on, on ner, wun ineuis
clplluc of a man of war or a nark ot ar
tillery aud w aro pleased to state that
tue most judicious appointment maue on
iter lor an otneer was mat ot capt. t:. s,
Austin. As her pilot he Is one of the 1)1
oncers ol the river and of course knows
where to look for all the obstructions to
safe navigation. We shall hear of less
accidents In the Ouachita river from this
out, and the result should be that Insur
ance rates should be cousldcrablv re
duced. The Indiana, dipt. W. J. itusk,
Clerk Frank Stein, arrived yesterday w ith
a tine trip. She had a cargo of 15,441)
packages western produce, etc., part of
which wa9 1390 bars railroad Iron, 299
bundles lUli bars, and 83 kegs spikes for
our Lake railroad. She Is now receiv
ing on the Upper landing, to leave on
Friday, 2oth. lor .Memphis, Cairo, hvans-
vllle. Louisville, and Cincinnati.
St. Louis Time, June 21: An In
quest was held In East St. Louis Tuesday
nlL'lu, iiv Justice Uvau. unon the body
ot the boy who was drowned iu Cahokla
creck.aiiiuuniutiLoiwino.il .ttppcanMi 411
tlie l imes ol yesterday, and as tlie ooy
Jackson, who was the only one with him
at tlie time, sworo that he did not know
him. at the time, a verdict was rendered
of accidental drowning. It turns out
. . . . . . , 1 . . 1 . ......
iliac llie urow lieu ouy wai uiu sun in
George Sechraham, an engineer on a
Mlss'sslppl river boat, and who lives at
No. 111! North Eighth street, hi this
city. Notwithstanding the statements
ofyoung Jackson, the unfortunate boy
lelt Ids home with Jackson to llsh, ami,
upon Jackson's return home, his excuse
for lielng out late forced the truth lrom
him. Tlie bereaved parents sent for the
body of their son Immediately upon get
ting the sad Intelligence. The reason as
signed for young Jackson denying the
acquaintance of the drowned hoy Is that
he feared he might bo held responsible
for hW death, as no one else was a wit
ness of the occurrence. The suspicion
Is that the drowning resulted from a
quarrel 011 the bank of the creek. At
least, the boy has perjured hlm-ell at the
early ago of thirteen.
Waii DiiMitiHKXT, Itiviw lUrour, 1
.InneSS. IsTS. I
I 'ill bur,;
HO ! FOB THE WOODS !
SATURDAY, JULY 3rd, 1875.
T. P. ECKERT,
For the Benefit of tho
Tha Excursion will .extend .to 9l"'r"J'. VSi
liMallfUlpienloirwundawlll b atleetcd abort
n.ulM.l. Ium lhiu whn iImIm A Mmu In tUJ,
wooda. may enjoy Uvaraatlm until U ijatnni
aneiniDiKnv fanrnni i'i
Correct-! null tr M. M. ciwni, iwnnluho
mrrcnani, acrrrury oi me Cairo uoaril 01
Flour, according- to grade..
Com, mlxrd, sarkM..
Corn, white, sacked
(Iran, fr tun
Meal, tlnim dried ,
Iluttt-r, choice Jiorttii-rn
llutter.cholrc Southern III.
,t 009; 0
.m ... tv;co
Lr, pr dozen-
Turkey , per dozen
I'oiaiocn, ier iKirrvi
Onions, ir barrel.....
(.herrie!, r cnite
simwiierrics jer crate
Monday, July 5th.
The Mamiiftcout Excursion Stauur
n III IBU UUI B KI.UU llllb mi .J "U IU.WUJ
of July, which will Ik; no arranged a to termln-
if n i i .. . . i ..! I ... .v.. rfe
aic iu n .tiuunuKUi r.Acurniuu. aiiv i.tunuii
ifl ilnneil exprvaaiy lur uic yuuDK pvuptu ui
the city, and Kood imiMc and ererytulna; neetf
aary to make the occasion enjoyable will b pro
Meeting of the Stockholder
Cairo 1( St. Loula Railroad Company.
P UnLIC notice la hereby given that thm will
lie held n meeting of the atockholdera orthe
Cairo & St UmU Iballroad Company, at the
Matlon houienf aald company, in the city ot
KaatM. 1-ouU. Ill the county or St. Clalrand
r.V.Wl'ri'r' 5,B xr Jane. A D.
at the hours of eleven o'clock a. m., for the pur
ixise oftben unit there electing by aald atock
Iioldern aeven dlrectora for aaiu company lor the
eiiaulng year, and then and there tranaactlnjr
inch other bu.lnen apiwruinlnit lo aaid com
juny aa atialt come beiore aald meetlna-.
A full attendance of nil the atockholdera lo
aid company U requested and much dealred
Dateil, thN20thiliiy of May, 187S.
U. VV. SMITHERS,
J. VT. SAVIN,
F. E. CASD.V.
V. It. ARTUuR,
Stockholders C ASt.L.ll.Ii Co
No I'rraoa caa lfce theae I Here accent.
In; lo ilirectluni, anil remain long unwell, pru
ilileil llielr lone arc not deatroreil hr miner.
iidlxnn or oilier Ineana, and vital orgaaa waatc J
let od.l point of repair.
Uyepcpain rlutlisraiiaa), Headache, Talr
In t lie alioui.len, Couirhi, Tlgl.ineu or the CI" it.
inzziiiew. M'r i-.ruciauona oi me niemacn, iu.
VmMc In llie Mouth, llllloni Attarkt, ralpltatlot
i f llie Heart. Inaanmatloii or the Lunca. I'aln It
lie region or tlie KIJut) and a hundred oilif
r.ilurul iiiiptonia, aro the oflapringa of Dyipep
ui, unv inline win proic a veiier guaraniee 9
uierii than a lengthy advertlaement.
For l'emnle CoiuplainU. In tonne or o!i.
11. irrie.l or K.hula. nt the ilaau of wom.inliood, 01
ine uirii 01 ine, nine ionic uuurn uupioj 10 n
1. an nu uinueuco nun iniproieuitai taaooa per
for liiflniuninlarr nnd Chraale Mheu.
iiiuiUiii und liuul, Ullioua, Hemlttcnt audlnter
lultleiil Kevcra, llueaieaorllie Ulivxl, Uver, KM
net h ami lUudiler, tlicte Bltlera iave no equal
iu.'li inscmci are cauieii uy vnui 11 uiooii.
I lie) nrr a urnue a-argn wen aa
11 Taulc, ponacutii; lUo merit of aclli aa.a
imireriui aneui iu rciieninz ioniuuu ir iu
Ittiiimatlon of tho Uicr aud Vliceral Orgiti,aDC
11 llnloiit DUeaiea.
1'or Nl la Oiaeaaea, Hmptloar Tetter, Wt.
'Iieiiin, Hlotcl.es, .sputa, nmplea. I'uitulca, llolia
iiiiiiicl4, Rlng wurnu. StaU lleoil, Sere K'f.
n.iiielu. lieli. Krnr.'j. DlacoloratlontoriaeSkln,
I, u'mor and liUeaaea of tha Skin of whate ver name
ir nature, aia literally ung nn anue- bui .
he Bjitem In a ahort Uiua 'tae use ol Ihear
Hitters. . . ,
i.ralrfal Tkaeiaaa pw. ,"""
hrrKKa the maatvroniKrfUl lar.jorast that ere.
natalocd the tluklur a'f -
u. u. .nNll, Mc C.
JniMlj" aE!t nr-A?Si'ffic,lS0,vCL'
i&ULD st ALl. Unl'Ouiaia a uzjli.k.iu.
Jso. S, Mh.lch.1 11. It. Iloooiua
And Collecting Agency
St. Xjova.1, ZaSO.
ElulilUhrit for the purpo of carry ing o
Krncral collecting and odJuatlnir bualnaaa
tnroutiliout lao ntai, ah imuruica ciainw,
whether 01' Lift or t ire, all uiuettleit aocooata
und other arrearegfrl promptlyaud aaiUtacUallr
ullled with quick returns. Taxes paid, Moaa
tiea, I'enalon and Patent neeuml. Conespain
ilence and couiulutloua fYee and aoltcltetl.
JOHN u. aiix,u&K v tv.
S. K. Cor. Sixth aud Olive Btnfta.
liefer bTrmlaaloa ioShryock 'twwUnd,
lvlAahbrook4 .Co. , Telchmana
Ualn Co., W. K. K. lieall Co..
I1CI at fMJUtl . -
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