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'" Hifcii. nv iiuil'1-HAl ..rtril, HI ..lil'l
1'illows' Hall t K. HUB, '
.f.r.AN'ln:i! Ilium:, vn l
AwWSst iiwcihihii'M wrurr r ii.w-Fti-v2tJ5p'(,w"(
every llmrt-uy iiiithi
"MwA nt In f-l.it. 1 j.tm. In llirlr liiill nn
(.'onimt rclal urtiicc, ixtu it'll Ml xlli kihI Si-tuitli
tiffin. .lollM N.
0 At 110 KNCAMPMP.vV, 1 O O. F.,inwl(i
in n,,.rilluivs' Unit on (In! HiMund Ihltil
I uced.ij In ctcry inon"i h.df-put (twi
C K H(.K, U. r.
A I A I II" 1.1)1 Mil;, NO. A.I'. A A. M.
f llxUnrrfiilnr tomnitinli-.it Ions In Ma
7v 'iiilr I bill, corner .iiiiii.crci.-d amine
' Mn-I IIIMIi start, nn I lie K-culid unit
i-urtli Monday oi inch iiioulh.
Y OUK miENI) AT THE COUNKR.
IIiiIm, I'nii Clotlilnir, ,tiv
I. Wnlder, nt the comer of Ohio Levee
mill Sixth street, knowtilo some its "our
friend nt the corner." ha
slaughtered" high pi ices hi llnt, Cnp,
ami Clothing, lie Is selling lit gmit bar
gain, n fuel thnt make some dealer- ted
it II tin y wore shot or truck by light
ning. Call on him. ninl price Id good,
lor which in- doe, not owe n nlekle.
l'IIA:.M'.ll lit Louis Herbert".
Wo will like, at Hip St. llurlci Hotel,
lurln theMimmcrr.iontli,.vidty bo irlerf
aL$! per moiitli, and-Vo boarder- with cool,
pleasmt room mi tin U' ner lloor, at $30
per inonlli. At this cxtcmcly low rat'-,
none hut roniitly pa) Ins bo trdor will bo
accepted. .1 i:vktt AVlI.COX S. Co.,
. LOOK HEP.Et
hiitr It.-tlls iiri'.trry lli-sci-Iplloii
phil h. salt's.
i:i'tii-iiiiii. I'lrnii'x. i:n.
'Dip good pat--ii','er sttanirr, Itjtinoi-k
City, cm be chartered lor excitr'tutl or
picnic at ru"onsble rate. Apply to
K-Min Wai.kiii: A Si: t.i..
Tl.l p!oasiit.umuicrlle-ort Ii now op. n
for visitors, 'I li s.prln(s are the titiesl
Cluhbeute water, an J rc situated in
beautiful beerh grove, neir a loinanlir
stream with IjIkIi rocky bank. TheSprtiut
arc half-way between Vienna it-l Gol
ronda, ami can be reached liy liauk from
either ot tlio'e place. It. W. ISivism,
June JJ, la;:. n-tl-ivt.
w llorlnn lI.ir'i
ai to tlie treituiHitcf all llenk, irom the
inllilf.'t ailment to the Uoadliut cpWonili',
buttkc f-Kt tli at the '.'nlllornia Vinegar
Ilit'cM U onUerlninalaille whlcli line
iltticil Urn faculty, rei lr there profe
lon.il 1 frerenccK of little coitieuece.
W'Mle I)ypci"lj, (tout, Itlieuinatlun, L'rl
tury Compl'-lut", 11I!IIohmicm, Ntrvon
l)lalillltlt, anil all ili'orilcr not orgiDtf,
.ire obliterated by tills mittc)it( ogfttnll
tonic ami a''ratlvi,t In -rf for npln.
.( I Hie llesl.
Dr. --ctli ArnaM'A Cough Killer tto
Sreat cradlc4torVr.a'l lunjf iIUcj-ph a u
prrior remedy to all' other medicines )t
illecovered, in vre i-am. ItU a ure,
ipll.'k, and peifrrtl afe remedy lor
eolith", eold, -ore tlnoit, H Iioopiu uoujli
;roup, and all (llwaM of the tbroit and
liiii5. ttetall i rice, 2.' and N) cent" and ffl.
Any bottle tint doei not she relief may b
returned, audthc money 111 lw refunded.
Dr. Sth Arnold'n Diarrlian llaUiin. Jfi.iud
f)cnH. Heniember It U warranted. Ar
nold'" llll'loui Mandrake l'llli, oporatlnv
wl'.hout rlckntm and pain. Coiniwundcd
by Dr. Sctli ArnoW's Jlcdlcal ConoM'.l mi,
Woonsocket, It. I. Sold by l'uiil ts.bcbuli,
drnffilst, Cairo, Hi. 3J-l-ir-Sui.
Jo inn! hrv iter.
l.andlortS ot hotels and boarding boincj
v III And It to their advantave to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, l.aundroM, 'o ii: I'ourih
htrcet, betwen Wi.liiBi'ton mid Commer
cial atomics Jlotel and bo.irdins-hou-u
w:i-lilii(f,75eentfperdoicn. I'oi pioeowork
prices are a'.lollow.iShiKlo tlilrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen Sie; r oeki .V: two eol
lar, &c; two liandknebict, Oc; ut-! '."Jc;
und all gentlemen's wear, ,-Oc. per
dozen. Ladles' dre-ter, "Jj to Mlc;
nklrtilO n 21c; drawers 10 to Jftc; two
pair boe 6c; two collarr to 10c. h'or ladle-.'
plalu clothen 51 CO per dozen; lor la
diet lino clothe, ?l "i" per dozen; douo
dromptly, and promptly delhere.l. I'.i
Nullci- ol' HciuiMiil.
The well-known barber thop, corner
CiKhth and Cjimnerclal, preMded ov.-r by
'.ho popular artl-t, (ieorgo Htolnlioiuc, has
removed one door north-on Couiinerolnl, In
.ho (Jrand Central Hotel. The new shop U
arge and conimodlmi'., and thone wIMiInc;
for anything arlUtle In the way of fjt-ldon.
tpo hair ciittlnt, smooth havo?, et- will
.lo well to call at the (iiand Central llarbcr
A silver plated No.O Wllfon Shuttle Sow
Iuk Jluehlno, hard (piano) llnUh, valued at
JtSO. Will be old at $20 dUeounl, on good
term", and ordered direct from the factory.
A No.'J Wllnaii Shutllo Sowlns .Maehlue
valued at 7ri, Will bo fold at ?lfi dNcount
und ordered direct Irr in the lactory.
A fOO ItHinlntoa .Sowing Muclilno V-SU
olf for caili. Suitable for tailor or boot mid
At a bargain, und on sood terniH, a Howe
Snwliis Machine. May be oen ut the Com
pany'D olllcn, corner Nintb Htrcet und Com
incrclal. KOU sai.i:.
"IMclurosipio Ainorlea" 48 nuonur
bouud in 2 volumes full llt Morocco;
A ityla "i:,' "CloiiKh, Warfou .t Co.'"
I'm-inr flrean. rlcht from the factory at Dc-
.mil I Ut nrlpA. r?M. Will 1)0 "Old for
A now two.horo Gambia v. agon.
For any of tho above articles, apply at
the Bulletin ottlco. 11. A. iiuhnb rr.
Tri:slAY, .IK.NT. 2!1, 1875.
I.tii'iil Venlln'r ltriori.
iJaiiio, III., )niic2. b7S
Winn. I Vm. Wkaiiikii
Sl.ttll I 71
a II III
.' p 111.
1.t ! Kulr
Kiiliifali: .21 Iiiohpo.
1 MOM AS JUNKS, 6-rst. H. H., V. h. A .
'ril(!tlCCt ll!lllll! Illf iipilll 0Olll)Clli'll
lo lay oll','(iwlii to thu wul weather.
I, mils ZCcibcrl lint PlIAI'.Mltt.
The Delta City Cornet liiinil will play
ut Ihr u-towii -taut) t III" I'vciilnt.
lft"XX Wood Uh-'k tmvulopm nt tho
111 i.Mjii.n oIMer. .'J ) per M.
t III lIlMIII .
'1'liu CiiIid A. Vliicenne rnllrfi.ul com
pany will cut down fnre fir thn fourth
A llfjlit oii'iirrtil bcltvnti two (ier
tniiiin, ut the forutT of Walnut and four
teenth trwt, yeU;ri!ay nioriiliijr, we arc
told, hut no out was hurt.
I mol ilrlieiiu hrr-
Tho Arab Knlnc Jlou-u It now hcln
(iflhited. It will, when llul-hcd, pro-ent
n inifh liettcr appearance than liercto-
; (o Minis Herbert's for I'lI.SK-
'i'ho ilouiwl Clly strhiniidhrnsihaud't
ura talking or ti'lehrathi',' tho Fourth or
.Inly on the .'Inl. noeorillii' to tho ranhlon
tfjrlll ruductloii hi priori ol Kent In r
DuMer. at Schuh! drii''ton;.
I'heru will hu a iinvthi:; or the vtoek-
holdcr of the Jlatn-II-to-iilnn-I'oitur Clr-
cim coiiipsny. tlii cvfiihi,'. Sfilh, nt 7
o'clock, In I'arlor N'o. 11,; St. Charlo Ho
tel. A Dill itttemlaiine U (Ieirfd. Ily
order or tin I'nlilcnt.
IallriMiiH-lIxJ:rfRK-at f.otlN lief
All )H'roii-' whov Ihpior lleeiire ax-
litres Julv l-t. next, am horeby tiotlflc!
tlmt '.heir Ininil fntwt t execntwl and
llll In my ollloc oti or tmforu the 1st day
ol July, for appro-al of snuio.
W, 1'kkscii Am.hv, City Clerk.
j'ar n .- (jvi.iiiiAciuuiai jfrk-
Auc'l.er Rhoctlm? male lu apptomnoc
lu this city, ami tho ucfrroiw, hi one or
the up town neighborhoods wlicni the
hott li.i- made ll- iippaamuoe, nra badly
frl;;htwd. It mar be that tiiii 1 on o ol'
MoliV plrit, and ha, through onic
mUtake, ot into the wronp Kirt of town,
ir-'i'he fliR'-t article of .Salad Oil nt
for tnns 1 1 : t .
W,-arc Informed tlmt ijultc a number
ol'vomii; Indioi and gentlemen of till.-.
city will jro to i:vanrlllu with the I lie-
wild cxcur.'ioii jiarty on the ilfth of July.
I hey expect to haven ery plca-iint
time, and no doubt will leoli.e their ex
pectations. Dfijr-fiunnlnij Conrcs water In bottles
nt Chilli's tlrtiif torc. '2't cents per hot
tie. Il.-tse Hull.
The I'anks ljaiij ball club of .Mound
City has challenged the Comet club or
Cairo for a rnnie. Tim challenge; Inn
been acecptul by the Cairo hoys, nnd tho
mine will come oil In Mound City wnne
time next week.
JS(u to JatchrVi mid try Ai JHUjAX
HIM, a tleligfitful hirtriige.
A .11 Nln lie.
Ill biiuday inoriilug's ls-ue of the Hfi.
LirriN, we publl-hei. mi Item stating that
two individual had niU'-nl n ilUturhaiice
at the Vleki-bttrgliou-e. We are inform
iil hy .Mrs. McCarthy, the proprlettvis ol
tlie Vlckhurg hotic, that tlie rumpu-i
did not occur there, hut nt n 'aloon, on
Ohio I.cuv, named the Vickburg.
('lass fruit .Inr.
at 7i cents per dozen ; all the I.Ue-t stylus.
In Jelly glas. .Sealing wax hi largo anil
small iiuaiitltlcs, at DauT Ilaituian's,
comer .Sixth street.
1 he .Mound City Jounmt hays : "T'ho
county eouiml-sloncrs had a meeting last
eiluc'day to open the bids for bulhlln;
u lire-prooi vault. Six tilds were re
ceived, tho hlghet being 11,185, the low
est $s)7,7;,. The-o were cash hid-, a ad
vertl-ed ror. Tho hoard rejected all ot tho
bids and abandoned the iilea or building
n vault, Tor the present at least,"
for Hnlc or Item
The house and lot on thn corner ol
Klghth and Walnut streets. For particu
lars apply to Mus. CtJtMtNiis.
' li-Oi-ll. j
It Is said that u number of Cairo peo
ple, will visit Yiuccuucs, Indiana, on the
fith of duly, to attend the grand celebra
tion to bj given ihero on that day hy the
Knights or I'ythia-. of that city. The
Knights will he addressed by lion. 1).
W. Voorhecs, Indiaim'sgreat orator, and
we presume this fact will Induce many to
go lo Vhieenues Instead of spjiidiug tlie
day nearer home.
Arlington leu Cream Saloon, T. II. Ki
lls, proprietor, at the Arlington House,
on Commercial avenue, between
Sixth and Seventh,, is now open.
The meet delicious. Ice Cteani always on
hand. Fa ml lies supplied with any quan
tity, and at reasonable 'pi lees. (1-lP-lf.
tloitl Itm-e. I
Quite a lively boat race took plaic on
the Ohio levee Sunday, between u tailing
boat owiieil hy the engineer nt the clone I
I .1 1 1 1 I.. '
iicpuiiUiiu one mneo ii cimi-nmii i
naiiieil Ncl'on. I lie iliitanee, we are
told, was from Mount City to Cairo. A
rah- wind was hlowhi,', ami over) thing
wni Just right for miicIi mi event. The
f,iigiii(,er'i boat won tin; race hy more
than a qu irttr of u mile, tho ditance lie
lug done In a very .hort lime.
At I tie Uf i.t.iiTix bluiJcry IS iiuinber.-',
hoiinil hi two volume, full gilt nior
rneeo; ct $11 ; for alu nt S 10.
Chief or l'ohcc Willlauii', iniicli to the
clingrhi and dislike ol' :i number of gen
tlemen of thin dty who hate no particu
lar means ol livelihood, morn th.m to
catch some unsuspecting countryman
now iiml then and relieve him of his
money in a I'rleiidly 'eiinie ol' poker, has
remarked to everal of Ihe-'e gentlemen
that It would he best for lle-m to seek
foinc other Held in which to oxercho
their ability, ns their trick have become
too transparent hi this neighborhood, lie
ulio very quietly gave them to under
ttuud that they would he nrre-ted when
ever they gave tho slightest provocation,
as ho was determined to freak up their
lounging about the city, and robbing peo
ple of their money. Two of them, the
chief ti lls u, will leave to-day.
ftoT'X Hag stock envelopes at th" Ilfl.
i.btin olllee, $.'1 2" jier M.
The Mound City Jounml say-: '"The
iiuclutmly looking per-on In cuinuriu
gown und llnuiiel .-kull cap, on our
streets Ionday. claimtsl to In- a monk of
the (Jreek church. Some thought that If
he had ey atl'ichi.il to his title It would
more suitably represent his character.
The Cairo Jlnlletin knows all about him,
and ay he was imce a lave of the cruel
Turks, and was ransomed from them hy
the Ku-'lau government tor the sum or
$i.,n.;.17. We think the puri-h.wr got
badly cheated. Mayor Jack Winter took
a deep Intere.-t tn the Itulgaiiaii Greek
and undertook to turn him over to the
charitable and ho-pltnblc (.'apt. liamblc
ton, or thl- plnoe ; hut the Captain nof
being at home, the thing did not work.
The la-t we saw ot the monk, he was
lUhing from a wharf-bo it at Cairo."
Jj5?"XX Amber and White nig -lock
ciivelopesatthellrLLi-.Tix oll!c, printed,
S3 .VOnml SI Wl jxr M.
Kululils ol' tl'.las i:eursloii.
The exeur-lon arranged by the ICulght;
ofl'ythla- or this city on hoard the
steamer Ilckert, which will take place on
next Monday, the .lih Tiiit., promises to
be ii big thing. The member of that or
der are making every effort to inure
pleasure to tliiwe of our people who
cnt their lot with thein on that day,
and all who wish to have n roaring good
time i-hould not fall to go with them.
Aiioxcollent string baud ha been en
gaged for the event, who will furjil-h
gooil music for tho-e who are fond of
dancing, lttrreshmcnts will Inj at the
command of tho-e who de.-lrc them, in
abundance, and everything will be just
a? it -houlil be, to give perfect Mtl-fac-tlou
fjyOciiuine Congress' Spring 'ater,
put up In bottle- only, for sale utfrehuh'a
drug tote at $J 00 per dozen.
Mr. I'mnk I Iowe,who has lievti absent
from the city for some mouths, returned
to Cairo yestcnlay.
I.unnle Iiarclay, who had been at-
temlhigthe Che-ter, reim-ylvaiila, Mili
tary Academy, returuetl to Cairo Satur
tinlay, and will remain through the vaca
tion of thatiu-titutloii.
Judge JIulkey, of this dty, left on
the Cairo, Arkansas & Texas railroad,
Sunday, for Hot Springs, Arkan-as,
where he will sojourn ror some time,
hoping to bcucS; 111- falling health.
-Ml Ida Cone mid Mis.. Nellie lias-
liter, ot .Nashville, Illinois, who nave
baen vMtiug at the residence of County
Clerk Lynch, hi tills city, for thu past
two weeks', relumed on the Illinois Ccn
tial to their homes hi N'a-hvUle, Illinois,
A collage on Thirteenth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
H-i:i.ti. Apply lo Dii. Sunn.
(.trace Windsor was arreted for
keeping a hou-e ot ill-fame, and lined
twenty-live dollars and eot-. She paid
and went her way.
Ollicer I.allue arreted Tom Wilson,
the old negro who so often stands before
the tribunals ot'justlce ot the city, ror
being drunk, and took him before Judge
Hiril, who lined him live dollars and
cost, lie could not pay, and was sent
to tho lock-up for live days to board it
Jennie lluck, n colored damsel, very
naughtily abused Sallln llate.-t, another
colored lady, for which she was arrested
hy Ullleer Lalluu and taken before
ludge Itross. His Honor lined her live
dollars and the lHtial costs, which .-he
made good, and was allowed to depart.
A number ot men and women were
up helore .fudge lllrd charged with rent
Ing lioues to persons to be used as
place of fornication. Mr. I.lnegar, who
was on the side of the defendants, argued
that unless tlie parties who owned the
hou-es could lie proved guilty of reiitln
them ror the express put pose and with
the understanding that they were to ho
ii-ed as such Institutions, they could not
bo adjudged guilty of tho charge, and ns
.Mr. Ulack, the city attorney, could not
make tlie point clear to His Honor, Judge
Illlll, III II llie lu-ieiiu.lilis .mi inn uivm
...i.i. .1. . .n 1...1. ,i. ..
111. , .1.... .1... . I.. I'... .11.1 .....1. .1.
Willi IIIU lllll HllUniVUisU VI III" Hill Illl-Ml
oftheteuautstousetliemfor phuvs f
ill repute, they were discharged.
for Mile Cheap.
TI19 entlru otitllt ot tho Grand Central
Hotel, with a lira years' lease, and on teas
onablo terms. For particulars, apply to
TT-OVJi-tr. " VOi.' Wkti..
FOURTH OF JULY AT HOME.
THE CAIRO ALEXANDER HDNTINO
lrmiil I'nlrlotle 4'clclirnlliiti
Coming Annivtriary of American Independ
ence AC till'.
Kriitucli v (iriivi-i, llpjio
The most oxtenlve preparation- have
been made by the Cairo Alexaiuler Hunt
ing" Club to make thl day a memorable
ami pu.rlotle one In the history ol
'llie grounds have been cleared of tin
dcrbruh, platfoniM for speakers and
eiits lor the audience have been erected,
a line dancing lloor laid on steel springs
provided, and two ooriiet bands Irom
Chicago and Kvansvllle and I'rof. I'isen
berg's lino string Ixmd have been em
ployed. I'elreshiueut stands will Ik;
put iiji and swings ror tin; little ones
carefully prepared. This is no money
making bii-luc., hut only provided for
the comrort nnd pleasure or the pjiiblle.
The boat will leave nt Cajit. Halllday's
whnrl.bont n;rollow : No. 1 at fi o'clock
a. in.; .o. i at v o ciock a. in.; .o. at
11 o'clock a. in.; No. I at o'clock p. m.;
No. 5 at 1:30 p. m. So.a nt 2:30 p. m.;
nnd No. 7 at 3:30 p. in.
Tickets Tor tlie rourd trip, 'J. cents.
Children accompanied by their parrnto.
-Hugo Beckcr.olSt. Louis, registered
nt the St. Charles yesterday.
-Win. Mill .'!-, ot Metropolis was reg
istered at tho St. Charles yesterday.
.1. Illowy, of Cincinnati, quartered
at the Haulers' ye-terday.
It. Hughes, of l'.iducih, wa- rcgi-
tercd at the DelnionJco yeterd.iy.
C. I. 1'arsoii, of hvaiisville, was
registered at the St. harles yesterday.
Kd. C. Sllvcrlooth, of Clinton. Ken
tucky, was registered at the Delinonlco
-John McGinn!-, ol halain.u.oo, Mulli
gan, was quartered at the Grand Central
John F. Oyer, of llobokcu, New
Jer.-ev. was nt the Grind Central yester
day. George K. Freeman, of Memphis,
Tcnucs-ee, wa regl-tered at the Grand
W. J. Kennedy, of Natchez, Mis-U-
slppl, wa- a guest at the St. Charles yes
Ah. hv Jove. Arthur W. Death, of
HhiL'land. regl-tered at th" St. Charles
C. II. Husband, a family man of
Chicago, wa- regl-tered at the St.Clurles
C. Heed, of Springfield, Illinois, in
dulged in a good dinner at the St. Charles
CM. Loop, of Metropolis, lassoed a
mosquito with u bellrope at tlie St.
H. Chance, of St. Louis, tried hi
luck for a good square meal ut the St.
Charles yesterday, and got it.
And now comes G. W. Hawkins, or
Hobston, Tennessee, tiud throws hlm-ell
upon the mercies or the 1'lanter.s'.
J. W. Sonfoil arrived from Hob-ton,
Tciine.-see, and shared the fata ot n com
panion at the l'lantcr.s'.
J. Taylor, ot St. Louis, tore asunder,
like a little man, the tilings set beiuro
liini nt the St. Charles ye-terda) .
Samuel II. mid George W. Smith,
capitalist.- or New York eily. were reg
l-tered at tlie St. Charles yeterday.
James A. JohiiiOH, or Swiltou, Ai-
Kh i i -it', vent vengence, swift ami sure,
upo'i the ha-h at the St. Charles veter
day. James A. Hose, whose beautiful hair
Is -waved to' ami fro by the soft zephyrs
or Golconda, took his ha-h at tlie St.
"Vengence shall be mine." yelled W.
G. Taylor, ol Cincinnati,!! lm waded
Into the ham and eggs' at the St. diaries
II. II. Johnson halls from l'oplar
lllull's. Misouii. and entrusts hluiscll to
the caro of the good folks ntthe Planters'
whenever he comes to Cairo.
T. 11. Good, ol St. Louis, Is a good
Judge of good victuals when gotten up
by good rooks, mid he therefore regK
teied nt the Planters'.
"Coine down," cried l)v. Upp, of
Phllo, Illinois, ns he made a frantic
effort to climb a pillar In tho St. Charles
hotel yesterday hi pursuit of a two
pound mosquito that had been making
meal of him.
C.uno, III., Monhay Kvi'.ni.mi.
Junu 2S, lt75.
Prolo-sor Tieo'ii weather predictions
rainy and f tonny till the middle of July
mo being veiillcd daily. Wo have had
rain daily since our last report, and a
many as two showers tin some days.
During tlie interval of "rest," tho
weather has been Intensely hot. and this
I . . . 1 . ,1,w,tli.
1 state ot nllalrs has Had a ilepres-in,
,i n,,r-lllf 'l'lll.l-ll
jf K ; J
l . - . . ' ...... (..
1 our last report.
Tho Flour market remains dun, is
overstocked, ami transactions light.
There Is no change hi prices, nnd sellers
would make concessions, on large lots.
Hay Is ery ilull-so much so thai one
would suppose that it l no longer In 'tic
maud as a food for stock. White corn is
very quiet, hut firm nt lower figures;
mixed Is plenty and dull. There Is no
inquiry for oats nt any price; 00c nsked
to-day round no purchasers. There is a
good demand for butter, with n fair sup
ply in market. F.gg nro not so plenti
fulnot enough to supply tho demand,
which Is very good. Chickens are all
taken ns fast us ihey arrive' receipts
fidr. Potatoes are dull, dtlicr aitlcle
JtSrOur friends should bear In mind
that the prices hero given are usually for
tales from llrst hands In round lot. In
lllllng orders and for broken lots It 1 ncc
eJ.iry to charge an advance over theo
The market Is overstocked nnd very
dull. Orders come lu wry slowly, mid
wo note very few round lot tramacttous.
Price remain without change but 'oilers
would willingly make eouce-ions on
largelots. Wo noto sale of SK) barrel
31 "hfl lJ; 530 barrels dty $5 000 25;
300 barrels $5 00$J 30 ; 300 barrel- on
order- SI 7.-,7 00.
There is no demand whatever, neither
for shipment nor on order-. The market
I overstocked. Prices are weak and de
clining. The only ale made wns 1 ear
mixed delivered nt SIC 00.
White corn Is ver' quiet hut linn nt
lower ligiut's, clo-lng to-day at SO cents
sacked nnd delivered. .Mixed I plenty
und very dull. Wo note sale of 1 ear
white hi -acks delivered, SOc; 1 earyellow
in tacks delivered, 73o; 1 cars while in
sacks dcllven.il, fOe ; 1 car inlxi.il hi
sacks delivered, 71c; I cur white mixed
hi sacks delivered, 7So; 5 oar- mixed in
-aeks delivered, 7-l75:; 5 ear- white ami
j ears mixed, on order, at higher prices
There 1-no inquiry at any price; of
ferings as low as ik) cents to-day found no
buyer. Stocks are large. We noto
sales of 1 ear ohl la-t week hi -acks nt
03e, nnd 1 car rejected -old hi sacks to
day at OOe, all delivered.
The market Is quiet and en-y. Price
:iro iiuciiaugcil since our la-t review.
Country tcam dried is hi little demand
ami plenty, city meal -ells readily as
fast as manufactured we note sales of 100
barrel-steam dried dellveml $3 70; 200
barrels tim dried delivered ?3 05; 3K)
barrels citv steam t'ried J3 77l
The market is very dull. Orders conic
hi slowly und the large supply ollering
oes oil' very dragging. We note sale of
1 carlo sacks delivered $15 50; 1 ear hi
sacks di.-hver;d $11!,
The market Is fairly supplied and the
demand mederatoly active; all choice
butter ells readily. We note sales of
300 pounds choice Southern Illinois 17c
200 pounds choice Southern Illinois 17c
100 pounds choice Northern 20e; 200
IwmiihIs cooking butter 12Jc ; 200 pounds
eooklng butter 10c; 200 pound ehoW
Heeeipt- have been too small for the (It
maud. All were taken on Saturday le.iv
lug the market bare. Sales were 200
do.en. 12te; 300 dozen, 12e ; 500 dozen,
t llll. I li.Ms.
The mat Let I steady and iin ihanged.
Prices rule as nt Ia't report, and there was
no surplus of receipts of last week left over.
We note sale-ol'5 coops hens, 5.1 0; 2
coops small young chickens, SI 50 ; CO
dozen liens, ;) 20 dozen young chick
ens, S22 39.
Southern Illinois strawberries are out
ot the uiaikct. Those offered ror sale to
day werClrom Chicago. Currants, rasp
berries and gooseberries were over-
tocked and a losing investment to-day.
Prices tend loweronnll these. Sales were
0 ca.cs currants S3 ; -10 eases Michigan
strawberries S'.'Q,3; 15 crates red rasp
berries St ; 25 crates black raspberries
2 503 50; 10 third bushel boxes ap
ples 75o; 5 boxes oranges $7; 50 case
ra-pborrles ?3.'l 50.
Very quiet nothing doing ouulle or
tho retail trade.
Plenty and very dull, sale- wej-e 20
barrels, $31 50.
Steamer Jim Fi-k, Paducah.
" Idlewild, EvansvMo.
Arkansas llelle, Evaiisvllle.
City of Helena, Vleksburg.
Capitol City, St. Loui-.
Con- Millar, Cincinnati.
" Gr.inil Tower, Meinphl.
" lilg Suntloiver, South.
II. C. Yaeger, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Greyhound, ShatweH's.
GenT Aiuler-on, Mound City
Steamer Jim Flk, Paducah.
" Idlewild, Evaiisvllle.
" Arkansas llelle, Evaiisvllle.
City Helena, St. Louis.
' Capitol City, Vleksburg.
" ' Graud Tower, St. L011U.
" lllg Sunllower, Cincinnati.
Cons. Millar, Meiniihl-.
' II. C. Yaeger, New Orleans.
" Julia, St. Louis.
Tow-boat (ion. Anderson, St. Louis.
Jim Flstc, Paducah: Thos. Shirlock,
Arlington, Cincinnati ; Jtobt. T. .Mitchell,
Mhineola, Grand Lake No. 2. south; City
Chester, Future City.
uivr.ii ami wKAiiii:ii.
The river lastevciilng was 2S feet 1 1-3
inches 011 the gauge, having iien 13 1-5
inches timing the previous IS hours. A
most di-euchlng rain tell hero during
Sunday night, and heavy showers and
storm have passed round us. Tliu riv
ers el-e'whero hid all reported falling
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
The Original Cheap Store
SELLING OFF AT COST!
Tho Entire Stock of Ladles' and Gent's Furnishing Goods, Em
broidorios 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 Ad crtising Dodge. Bring your money and get
slowly, since ye-terday noon thcairiias
been. quite cool.
The ll!g Sunlinwer goes up tho Ohio
The Chxs. Morgan arrived nt New
The 11. C. Yaeger passed down with
out landing yeslenlay.
Tlie Mary Hou-ton and Indiana left
New Orleans on Saturday lat.
Tlie Gi-n'l Anderson had two barges
Paducali gravel for St. Lou!-.
Diver Hiram Hill returned from hi
trip to the Tenne-sce yesterday.
The Arkan-.-is Heile brought a fair
tiip of freight and jicople Sunday.
The Cons .Millar ha 500 tons for
Mcmphi-. ."sh will pas here on Friday
morning lor Cincinnati.
The Hekert leaves St. Louis this
morning, nnd will bo here this evening
to get ready lor the Methodist picnic on
-A tug wl' 1 two flat will bring rock
rroni Grand Chain to protect the levee
it Halllday l!ro..' warehouse, which Is
L-iittlng con-lderably since the late swell
in the rive".
-The Greyhound, pilot- Malhency
and Pngh.froni Sellers' mines, had 130,000
bu-hel of coal hi lier tow yesterday for
I-land IS. Memphis, St. Fraud and
-We were a little wrong in the name
ortlie new combination circus ot which
Foster A Co. are proprietors. A letter
Just received from the pureha-cr ol the
band wagon says It Is not "St. Louis and
European,"' hut the "U-rope-lu-St. Louis
Combination." The letterls lengthy and
contldcntlal, giving much Information
concerning the condition and prospects of
the concern. -Mr. Jim Morrl, it appears,
Is traveling agent nnd 1 here on show
business now. The management
arctrvhig to secure Dttguu and tlie Eck
ert and Davis nnd Ids dredge ho.inlso
Mr. Ike. Walder as one of the "wild
men,"' their attention being attracted to
him bv Ids recent ailteitt'emciit in tlie
Bulletin. Tlie show will probably travel
bv water, as Jfauibleton, Morris and
Fo-tcr favor that route, and therefore
overcome dipt. Johnson's partiality to
railroad route. .Mr. .Morris yesterday
Informed us that ho had secured a large
line live camel lor the C-rojie-ln-M.
X. O. Times, Juno 20: The Atlantic,
Capt. Nelson Davis, will arrive to-day
with two barges In tow, containing 20,013
packages, con-lstlug of 10.100 bbls and
370 halt bbls Hour, l.OIObbls meal. 1,020
sacks coin, 2,703 sacks oats, 1,120 sacks
bran, l.M)2 bales hay, and the balance
sundries ot all kinds and sorts. She will
return on Sunday.
Will IIU-AIITJIILIT, IIIVI.M KM our, j
Junes. Is7i. S
.KH)'?-,. ! C11A.103
The Ottjcet ol' ! .'It'lliiitllM .
In soliciting the patronage of the public
to the picnic excursion on the I.ukert on
-aturday, July 3rd, tho management deem
It proper to state that the enterprise has
been undeitak' n out ol necessity, for the
nin no-e ol rulliia funds to meet arrear-
oires in the salary of cur pastor, ltev. .1. L.
Wallar, which huvn occurred In consc
(luenee of the expeu-es which the congre
gation incurred while making tbo neccs-nry
repairs ol tin past year. The public have
nlwavs renondod generously to similar
culls upon their pHromuc, and whllo bo.'n
cratefiil for nat faors, tho lOinmlttee,
feelliu tho Importanec ol the in uter, ur
gently Invito a !ur'J nt eiiduiice on the pies
ent occasion. The price caurged for tho
round trip to Pailueih l fculy about one
fourth picket fare, und taking t e erjoy
incut and phnuro mrorded Into eon.ldcra
tlou, It Is sale.to say every one pjtionlzinij
the excursion willrecalre the lull worth ol
the money Invested. tAI,c,,n-.
Ik O. l'AI K.
II. A. Thoms,
HO ! FOR THE WOODS !
E2C V RSIOIT
SATURDAY, JULY 3rd, 1375,
T. P. EOKERT,
For the Donolltof tho
The Kxeuwlou will eMeml to Paducah, hut
lieauUfulplcnioiJiounili will t selected alxiye
Cali-douls, hi re those w ho dejlre a romp in the
woods, may t-ujoy thenin-Ueo tiulll the ix-lnru
oftl.elMiut 'the public Hie t-aimslly invlleil to
riiriitrr Tliitn Till.
Jiistrc:elvcil by the New York Store,
25gro-s or assorted Olai Fruit Jars, which
wouall offer at 1)0 cent per dozen. This
makes glass Jars lower than tin caus. Lib
eral dicoinit to tho trade.
CllAni.US O. l'ATIKIt A CO.
Vat"Thc eddntttd Schlitz MllAVAV
KEK Mi Hit ut Jatckcl's.
t lii'iiicrTliiiu i:rr Knot 11 Hffors-,
Mason'.s Seir-Seallng Fruit J.irsnt ?1 50
per dozen. Extra rubbers for Mason'.
Fruit Jars, at Daniel Hnrtmau's, corner
Sixth street. fi-25-tl
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from tbo cf.
feet of errors and abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediment to mar
riage removed. New method ol treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Hooks
and clrculirs sent tree, in scaled envelope.
Address, HOWAUI) ASSOCLVTION, 41(1
N. Math street, Philadelphia, Pi. anlntt
tutiou ha in;; a high reputation for honor
al.lc conduct and professional skill.
.Vll-d fc w-;!in.
Com-clisl Dully tiyK.M Steam", communion
incrcnuni, sccrtiury 01 Hie eairo Itoaru ot
Flour, orennllui; to irnute u III orva? 00
Corn, nilxttt, surkt-1 7V.t7'
ijoni, wiiu-, Nicktii eisoc
Uats, mlxist aVc
nrnn, jur ion -. vio'q
Meal, slciim itricil . t3 70
llultcr, rliolcu Nortlicrn Ztla
HuUiT.cltcjl .Sinitlitni lll. 17m 0c
V.pg, r doti-n- 12Ke
.'hlckrns, iwrdoit-ii ..- M 11
lurki-ys, per dozen tto Oil
I'otutois, Vr barrel . $'.'(0
Onions, ir tiuml ......... tJ .'-0
Che rrli-s r crulc 1 00
SlruMliuries is-r crate I T3
t'ndcr the auspices of
kinh Uiii Knighii of Prihiu,
Monday, July 5th.
The Maunlflcent Excurtton Stoamer
T. F. ECSERT,
It. W. IJroA.i , blaster.
picnic parly nutheSlh
1 urruiiKiil m to tennln-
tic lu 11 Moonliglit lUcurslnii The excursion
ts planm-il i-irfsly for the younic.lo
Ihi! city, ana nood music und eterj thlni? ntsse
jry to nutWe the occasion enjoyable will be pro-
ESTATE of Inumas K. Sulllvitu, tlecettsed.
The umleiliOKl tuvhi? been onpolnttxl
iiilinlnUtrutoroftlicesiateof Thomas fc. hulli
tnn, tale of llie county of Alexander nwt State ot
llltuoU, flccciii.t, hereby gia uolice that he
will upiK-ar bt-fuie the county court of Alexan-ili-r
county, at the ourt house In Cairo, at the
July u-rm.iiu the st-cond Momluy lu July next,
ut which time all wr-ont h.ivintf claims airalnst
isjM estate are nolhksl ami rviueteil to attend
fur the purpose of lav Iuk 0- miiwuljutled. All
ieruui iudehUsl lo i-it t-alute are rpueUsl lo
umki' liniiifslUte ptyment to the unUrii;iHsl
liuttsl tliU -Jltl day of May, A. t 1-73,
St.. I .McUAUI.fc'V, Ailmlul.trator.
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