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AIJiXANUKR I.OUMI', NO. M.
Sv low. meoU Tor)- Ihur.sday tiliflit
9BW lit Imfr-lHMt imhii l their '"-'I "p
iViinmiroliil avenue, Utwu-n ."ilxtU hiiiI JtvontU
tirt .liiHWjl (IosMAM, N. 0..u
-XUKO KSCA.MI'MKST, I. O. O. K.,iml
LlnOd.rllowV Hall on the UrM and Mil hi
liifflilnt In every iiioiiIIi, at half-past nim.
V, K black, O. 1.
a CAII.OI.OIHil-'. NO. 17, A. K. A A. M.
-jfTW lloM n-irulur cornmnniratlons In Ma
XTbomIc. Hull, corner Commercial avenue
'and i:iKhtli MnI, en thf "(-("(.tid ntid
"l.nrtti Monday uf wicli mould.
lDUCWnieni urui-r ui iuu-rn-
illnM I'riiil .lnr.
:it 70 tents jut do.en ; till I In- l.ite.-l 'tylcs
in Jelly glass. .Scallnir wax In large and
mull ('iinntttle-. :il f :ti iI llnrlinau'H,
eorner Sixth stud.
PILStfN'l'i: nt Louis IIciImi f.
The eo-partncridilp hcrctofotc misting
under the name nnd nijlo ol "Oral. M.
Howe X Co.," I Ihlt day dls-ohr d.
it ah. M. I tow v.,
.-. K. KlMIII.K.
'I'. V Wnxsw.,
CaIho, July let, ls75.
Having ptirehi-ed the Interest ol s. K.
Jumble and T. V. We tiscl In tin tali- lUm
o'Chi". l HiweAjfo, the bu-lni-M or
aid ilrm will herci trr be conducted under
the name and Mylo or "0. M. Howe A
Hro.," wio will n-Mtnie all III' liabilities ol
the late Ilrm. Cn.es. l. llotvr.
7-lJJt. Fn.tNK Howr.
itt-KlTISGEi: nof J'li i..,l,c
Genuine U mgr." Sprlnsr water in bottle-,
kept on Ice and sdil lor 10 cents per
20 rents per bottle, and fl per domett,
at the following place : l'lill. Snip's (.on
fectlonery ; Mc(laulc)'s and Sehtih'" l)rni
tores, and Lad Herbert's Ib-Maurant.
The Sarntoga Congress Spring Water H
put up and told In liott!- only, to Insure IN
original strength and medicinal pn. itk.
I.oul Herbert Iim I'll.HI'.M'lt.
Arlington In; Cream Saloon, T. It. Ki
lls, proprietor, nt tho Arlington House,
on Commercial avenue, bdwen
SlAtb nml Seventh, U now open,
'the most dollc-ion- Iff C ream always on
hand. Families mipplieel with any (plan
tity, and at reaonablo priet-s. iMS-tf.
reduction in price. , Feather
Dusters, at Schuh's drug Hon.
A cottage on Thirteenth strcd, N-tut-en
W'nehIiitOn avviittu and Wnlmit tn-,-1.
rt-lMl. Apjdy to Di:. Hmhii.
Tio mnil Kc Hr.
Landlord! ol hotels and boardiiiK hotii-e)
vslll llnd It to their sdvantaKe to call upon
Mr. Colemin, Lsundic-i, No 12 Fourth
urett, bet won Washington and Comraer-
!al nvetiuei. Hotel and boirdlui-hou-o
vv.H-hluK.Trieiutfcptriloen. Koi picrowurk
prirts are a, follow: .-;inj:!e lilit and eol
hr, 10c; per docn NJi'i so U Jo; two io.
ars, .V;twn handkerchlel. .V: vest- 'JOe;
ml all Kcntlemen'o wear, K)e. per
docn. I.dle' dre.fes, 25 to 60
klrtalO to -0c; drawer 10 to irc; two
nafr hoe 5r: two collar & to ICe. For la-
tile.' plain clothe. $1 00 per don'n; lor la
die tine clothes t 2T per dozen; done.
drsmptly, and promptly delUered. l'a
io In IrftuU HrrlMTf lue ll !,:
Tho entire outtlt ol tho (irand t vnlral
Hotel, with a tlvo years leae, and on rea.
ouabln ti'rnis. Tor particular?, apply to
";-0-22-tf. VM. Wktki..
t'lienprr Tlinn I'.wr KnoHn rtcfor.-.
Mason'- Self-Sealhi',' Fruit .lariat SI 0
perilozeii. Kxtra t libbers for laous
Fruit Jnr-i, at Daniel Hartinan's. eorner
Sixth street. ,-'-!"'-H
A l.Aitci: absorlinent of Alpaou Coats
from f 1 50 to $2 50, nt Hariinan,j', cor
ncr Sixth ami Commercial avenue.
Notice of Itemuvnl.
The well-known barber shop, corner
EiKbth and Commercial, prcfcldcd ov:r ty
tho popul.tr artist, Cicorgo Stcinhouie, has
removed ouo door north on Cominen-'al, in
.he. Cirand Central Hotel. Tho new chop Is'
.arge and commodious and thotto wl.shln;;
lor anythliii; artll!o In tho way of fashion
ible hair culling, mooth hav-H, etc., will
to well to call at the (iraud Central liarher
I'ur ShIc or Henl
The hou3 nml lot on the corner ot
ElKhth ami Wnlnnf treetn. I'or parlicii
lars apply to Mi!. CrMJiixiV.
S&X Uag stock en velopv'i at tin Ilt'i.
t.KTl.N otlleo, $ 25 per M.
S3fTic ceUlra(e's'chl!t MIL WAV
KKE liREIi nl JaccUl's.
Go to Unit uian'H for Hint Xury I'lw
wl (ah worth SOielllug for Si! 50.
BY OUtt FRIEND AT THE C0BNER.
Ilnu, e'aiiM, 'lothlnir, .Ve,
I, W alder, at the corner of Ohio I.evee
and Sixth street, known to some us "our
inenil at tho eorner," lias
Maiiithtcrt'd" high prices in Hats, Caps,
mid Clothing-. Hu Is selling at great har
(jralns, a fact that makes some dealers tcel
as II thoy were shot or struck by light
ning, Cnll on him, and price his goods
for which he does not owe a niekle.
We nill take, at the St. Cusrles Hotel,
durlni? the sumrasr months, SO day boarders,
at l par month, andW boarders with cool,
pleasant rooms on tin upper floor, at $30
per month, At Ibis extremely low rate,
nono but promptly paying boarders will be
accepted. .Ikwktt Wilcox Co.,
jtXX Woodstock envelopes at the
Bulletin olllce, 3 00 per M.
TIH'IJSDAY, .IV LY s, 1875.
I.ocul Weiither R-orl.
Oaino, III., July T . bT.1.
llAK. I l llli. I Willi. J VM I WtiATIIKK
tom' 'r. ' I X. i: 1 J I'llni-Ht. '
:.2U l . N I 12 (Kalr.
:.ls , V ' S K I c 1 1'lnudf.
mOMA? .IOSKS, rrgl. ). S..V.S. A.
Mr. Auiaudiii .laeckcl, propiletur of
tin "Thalia" :iloni,oipo-'llu tin; Iti i.u;
I IV olllrc. Is very fclek.
Stir Ho l Jarckcl'i owl n.v k' EltliAS
nUl, ii ilttlghlful bKcrmjt.
in tl ily.
Maior Chai le- Anderson, of Xalivllle,
Teiinesfce, general agent for tho N'aeh-
vllle A' Soutlt western railroad, was in the
A larite a-sortment of ladies' ftilU,
latest tyle. which I will .'ell cheap.
."speelal convocation Cairo Chapter No.
0. to l)D held at Masnnie Hall, till"
(Thiirday) evening, duly Silt, for work
In M. M. and I'. M. degree.".
Hyord. roi M. II. J.
C. Haxnv. Secret try.
Atlriitlon, Hum- llallil.
Hull" and bats at cost tin; largest as
sortment ever brought to Cairo, which I
will i-i'll for the next thirty day at cost,
duly .'Id, at the re-Ideiiee of the bride's
father. Mr. Toplill Marti ll, of Murphy
boro.aud Ml"i lli rz-ma Tes-ier, of lid-
city. 'J In newly wi-dded pair lelt lor
Murphyboro Monday morning.
l.ixXl yaid gn-uailliii'! in all colors
worth fit) cent-: n janl, which I will sell
for 10 rr-nts a yard. I. Hautmav.
It is ald that a wedding will take place
in th Methodist i-hureh 'omethiiii to-day
but at what particular hour we did not
learn. The contracting parthi art both
very iMiiiiablt young people of this city,
and are widl known to our rltlons
CttyThc llucst attlih of Salad i ill at
Howell and Aymar's circus enmauy
have glvi'ii thren performunee-. belore
the people of Cairo, within the nt twr,
tays and not on nf tlto-u who have been
fortunate euou;li to witm-si the excellent
exhibition which they oiler to their pat-mi.-,
m, , ,j j,ut(. ni w .
we say thai It Is the lx-tanu in.-s in.i
oits cntcrtalumi-nl of the kind that has
vhlte'd Cairo fur year. Th' efpieslrkiu
feat-, of the wonderlul performer, Walter
I!, Aymar, are well worth tin price of
ailnil !" 'I'bii iiK'k f tin company Is
in the I'-1 condition, and the trick pon
ies, lior-f-s and dogs are exceedingly
aiini-lii''. They al-o have a iiiimber of
the be-t ttiinblcrs and v.inltirs that bavn
ever come to Cairo, and all who wlh to
w ltne a llrst-cla' pcrfoniiaiii-e In every
particular, should not fail to attend this
A Ull HlKhlH i iiat-.
Wcare Infornu'd by panic w ho know,
that wt are to hav a trial under the civil
rights billon Saturday. It seeni that
the wlte ot George Ilrittnn, a colored
man ol this city, went on board the
learner Belle of Miinphl while nt the
wharf pii her l:i-t up trip, and wauled
pas-age. She was told that all the cabin
berths were occupied, and thatuhe would
have to take a berth elsewhere. She re
fused to occupy any other lhanact.biu
berth, threw down the rcipilri'd aiuotiut
of parage money and left the boat, and
will prosecute tilt owner ol the steamer
for refii-lug to admit her on the boat
among the white, pa-seiigers. It ! ih
that tin papers will lit served upon them
a- soon as the steamer again land- at thii
whaif. It 1- siImi ;aid that the owners
will light the pro-cetitlou on the ground
'.hat the boat U prlvate'propcrty, and that
they have a perfect right to put passeng
ers wherever tliey whh, and if tho ipiai
ters aligned them do not unit their tatc
they need not palroni.e thciii. but o
wliern they c.iu be suited.
Mayor Winter's rojdy lo Mr.
lloliarts. who made the wel
coming address at Murphysboro
was well received. The .Mayor earned
the plaudits ot the Ili-emeu. They reeog
ui.ed in hlmone of thian-elvos a tlre
tnan every sipiaro Inch of him.
Mr. Burnett, of the Ittillftiii, returned
ye-terday from St. Louis, Ka?t Carondolet
and Bellville, which places ho vl sited in
thelntc-restof the future. He found what
he went after, enjoyed very pleasantly
several days, and returned home refreshed,
lie will not go Gipsying again until next
Friday. Ills liiends, who de-ire to do
business witlt him. iiiim catch him on tho
lly. Ho is up now, coming down and will
hccaitght, No mulling in this case.
If we drank we would get dntnk
ovnry day endeavoring lo determine
which Is the he.stbeer Pilsner orSchlltz.
We have a friend who drinks a dozen
glasses of Scldltz at daeekel's, then takes
a dozen of Pilsner at Herbert's, then a
do7en of Schlltz at tho Planters', then a
dozen of Pilsner at Herbert's, and goes
to heel without having come to a com In
sion on the merits of the beer.
We understand that some of our Tur
ner friends blame the Bulletin' for the
failure of the Tinner picnic to make
mouey. Wn regret this ; but no Turner
who has good sense would lie guilty of
making such an utterly silly charge, We
earnestly desired the success of the pic
nic, and tho charge that we favored the
one of tho Hunting Club at Its expense I;
Al wfitffiu T ttursdoj niuht, nA Fil
tfftv nd Saturday tnornlii;a, aAurnoon
ntid nlglit, July Ait!. Olh mid int)i, the
cholco collection of high-class Oil l'alnt
lng, Oil (. hroinos, and English Hngrav
ings, elaborately and elegantly fiium-il,
now on FHKF. KXHIIHTION at corner
Sixth otrect nnd Ohio l.evce (White A
Greer's old stand.)
sam: ifjsinvi:, .so itrrnvi..
Kxamlne catalogues Ladles es
pecially Invited to vl-lt nnd hupecl lids
superb gallery. ). H. Mvcns,
GHNT'S Ft.'H.VISllINU GOODS ol
all de.seriptioiij the most complete as
sortment over hroiight to Cairo at cost
for the next ten day. Drawers, l.'nder
klrts white and colotcd Shirts-. Half
Hose In prl' i I defy ompetltloii.
. e iuiime.
A eliango in the management of tho St.
I. mils, Iron Mountain and Southern rail
road eotiinanv took place a day or two
ago, Thomas McKls-Ick, general super
intendent of the road, having ielgucd,
and Colonel Sopcf, formerly assUtant sit
pcrlnteiidcnt, having been appointed
general superintendent in Mr. McKU
The following per-oiii wen. rcgis-
tetcdal the Gnind Central yesterday:
V. Voungblood, Fulton, Tcnn.; Henry
Webster, Westvllle, Mis-.; Herman Sie-
balt, Indianapoll.-; .1. N. Bugg, Nash-
villi;: II. T. Illantree. Walnut liidgc,
We found the following aniwiU reg
istered at the Planters' hoit-e ye-terday :
H. Wheeler. Nashville : Ch.is Weltyful.
MeniphU; C. Bullo. l airlleld Woolen
Mills; .1. White and family. I'oplat
Blulls;M. Ballowry. St. I.ouis: Mr.
Swauit.and wife. I'oplat lllnll-: liieh-
ird Wilhelm, SI. I.oui.
We found the following on Hie Del-
inonieo register yesterday : S. M. Todd,
Cottonwood Point : l'lill. O'Brien, Horse
.hoe Mill; G. II. C.idy, Urand Tower;
II. SjH'neer, Grand Tower; B. Kos,
Franklin, llliiiol-;. I.. I. Willard. Chiea-
go; A. Drake. i aller.s Lainimg. Aio. :
George Itobin-on and family.
Tlic following named persons weie
at the St. T'liarles vc-terday : '. A. Beck,
Ccntralla. Dir. Sup't. I. '.' I', if. ; A. 15.
Hall, St. I.ouis; I!. 15. Savage and wife.
Texas; Newell Clark and wife. Boston;
T. I". tiarrett. house ot S. r. Davis A
Co., St. I.ouis; Thompson .tone-, New
Orleans ; II. A. Swords, Vieksburg; S.
Bartcll, Great Bend, Kauas; .1. W.
l'owcll and wife, Charleston, Miss. ; C. K.
I.ae;e, Chicago ; .1. M. Wild-, .laekson,
I have just received a full line ol
hoy-.' clothing late.-t tyle which I
will Hll for one-fourth of manufacturer's
price. Come and et f,u- yourelves. at
- 1 '.);.... nnu f.rinli- lins been evcCed-
higlv "tliln." nobody it ccius, being
caught in any very bad trick-, and we
therefore have not had the pleasure of
Informing our reader much on till
scon. Vesterday, however, .'itdgn Bird
bad two eases before him, as tollow's :
ICaty Hylauil, a colored lady, got
mixed ti) somehow In a fracas with a
woman named Alice Jones, nlso a lady of
color, and after tlic light wa over, think
ing that her engcaiico on Alice' would
not lie complete unless slie made it cost
her something, had a warrant issued, and
Alice wa- taken before hi- Honor, who.
after hearing the cvidi nee, lined her live
dollars and eosl. She was unable
to pay in money, hut. he had three chil
dren, who in tills case answered the same
purpo-eas money, for hi Honor, being
of lender heart, thought it would be cruel
to eontine the mother in Jail and let the
little one, who are unable to take erne of
themselves, go without an tiling to eat.
and therefore discharged her, witli some
good advice, which she pronil-ed to fol
Dink Grace was next to run I he
gauntlet . He wa- up for having tt-e'd
abusive and offensive language lo .some
one who didn't like It, ami who deter
mined to puul-h Iiiiii for It by having hlin
arrested and lined. Dink was caught,
taken before his Honor, found guilty,
lined live dollars and the usual trim
mings, and sent to jail for lour days be
cause he hadn't the wherewith to keep
Justice Comings had a case before
him yesterday, as follows :
M..I. Davis raised a rumpus with a
gentleman at the Waverly hotel yester
day morning, by kicking him while ho
wa lying asleep. The other gentleman
whose name i Lawrence, and who Is a
much smaller man than Davis, quietly
walked out into the Mr -ct, picked up a
brick, hurled It at Davis and Mruck him
on tho top of tho head, after wliii h lit
tie bit of amusement he walked out, had
the disturber of his peace arresled, tried
and lined ten dollars and cost. Davis
having a desire lo return the compliment
of Lawrence, got out a warrant and had
him arrested, but after Justice Comings
had heard the evidence ho came lo tho
conclusion that It was no case, and ac
cordingly ilMiargial the defendant, who
went his way rejoicing,
lint mill Flout-rM.
200 Ladies' Hat, latest style, Ml
ivady trimmed; also a large asortmeui of
Artlllclal Flowers for trimming hats,
which I will sell at one-hall the wliole
sain price. The above are Just from New
York and are desirable patterns and
styles i DJI.utTM.ix. ,
Only 58 Out. '
Tho New City Directory will cost yeut
only 50 cents at Bobbins' Muslo Baar,
112 Commercial avenue. Every family
should have one. 7-7-lOt,
KJ-XX Amber nnd White rag stock
envelopes at tho Uulleti.v office, printed, '
Sil .10 and $4 00 per M , J
4 ft.u Wtrtdliiir Fs.y nl
Mul4 of Mr. W. 8. Kituaer a tot
Lre r rt, bi jqnsiBoro,
TIk passenger train tlmt nrthed in the
city uu Tuesday afternoon at half after
two o'clock-, brought to (.'ali o M r. George
Dougherty, of the Anna l.'iwn ; Mr. W.
.?. Dav. Mr. W . II. Manners, count v clerk.
of Fiilon comity ; J. P. Met.aln, ,
Mori-laud, Ocorge Barrmger. A. Polk
lone, mil wife, A. Cook and wife, John
Burton and wife. Paul Frlck and wife.W.
D. Frlck nnd wife, .Miss Kate Jones, Ml
Ida Davis Miss Gassie Miller, Mi Cor
hilt, Mis. Adda Ives, MUs Laum Frlck
and Mr. Citlley, all of Jonesboro, who,
immediately after .stepping from thecal s,
repaired to the St. Charles wh"i they
were comfortably quartern!.
The party came lo Cairo fortliopui-po-i;
of attending the inu rlago of .Mr.
Ilimners and MUs Louisa Frlck, which
had been arranged to take plaeo at hall
past eight o'clock Tuesday evening, In
the parlors of the St. Chaiic...
About eight o'clock the wedding
party, Ineiudliiga lew invited guest of
tills city, us-eiiibled in the parlor, and a
few minutes later, tin I lev. Mr. Wiillar,
pastor of the Methodist iuireh of Cairo,
made hi app-ar.incc.
At preel-ely half-pa-t eight the h ride
and groom, accompanied by Mr. W.S.
Day, whonetcd hi the capacity of groom
man, aiKi .sils Ida liavi, who actcit :i-
bride-smaltl, walked slowly into the pal
lor. and took tliHr places in tin center of
the room, facing the I'ev. Mr. Wallar,
who had preceded them, and who at
once proceeded lo unite them in marriage
by a very rhort but lniprestivocereinony.
A tier the cet inony had letii performed
and the congratulations, etc., u-uaj
on such occasions, had been duly
gone through with, the entire com
pany formed In a proccs-lon anil, headed
by the newly married couple, inarched
to the spacious dining hall of
tin St. Charles, which was bril
liantly lighted, and where at in wait
lug Harry O'Brien's splendid band of
musician, ready to make the heart of ail
glad witli their iiui-ic.
Cpon the bride nml groom's eutr.iino
into the hall, the band struck up a march
in which all took part and promenaded
tin bull several times, when the iiiu-le
ceased and tin prompter gave notice that
dancing would begin witli a cotillion.
The bride and groom took their place
in the llri d.nico, iuid gilded through it
in the most h ippy manner, when they
took their 'eats to again bo met with kind
wishes from their many warm friends.
The dance w.i- kept up until alter
twelve o'clock, when many of the friends
whMiad accompanied the party took
their departure for home by the night
train, though -evcral couples remained
here until ve-terdav afternoon.
The allalr was very pleaing to all, and
will not, we 'lleve. be forgotten soon by
those who participated in it.
Itt-ttillar Meetluir Tltrrcol.
t'orxc-ii. -iniuum. i
( Mino. lM..,July 0. 1675. f
Present His Honor, Mayor Winter,
and Aldermen llalllday, Lancaster, Nei
li, Parker, Patier. l.'ittenliou-e. Saun.
Thistlewood and Wright 9.
On motion of Alderman HallHay the
minute of the last regular and .special
meeting, wereapptovedas corrected from
The mayor .-fated that tin; jire-s ol
other buslnc-s had prevented hlui.as
chairman of the Board of Health, from
making ids report, and presenting the
bills of the pest house, etc. ; also that
tceiii.g Indisposed himself, be- would a-k I
the council to dlspene witli the regular
rules ami net upon the bii-iness that re
quired immediate attention, and adjourn
to some evening later in the week.
Alderman Lancaster moved that tho
regular rules be dispelled witli. Motion
carried by flic following vote:
Ayes llalllday, Lancaster, Parker, Pa
tier, Sanp, Thistlcweiod and Wright 7.
The following bills for alarie-, were
presented and read, and, on motion ot
Alderman Halliday, the clerk was au
thorized to draw on the Trea-uror for the
Henry Winter, Mayor, June S
W. F.AxIcy, elerk, '
W. M. Wilifains, marshal
B. F. Blake, city I reas'r
Tim Gen-man, Mip't. m's. "
Tim Gorman, sup't. M'ls, :i duv.
J. C. Lalliie, W. W. Woolen,
Fred hiteamp, ami lleni v
Sargent, police constables for
I. J. Bird, police magistrate,
I. Bros, police magistrate, May,
in. Brown, health ollleer, June,
I lie following State and cltr honor
bonds were presented mid read, and on
motion approved :
Bunds ot Henry Biiehan, Herman
laid, Antonio Longinetto, Prank Gazo-
10, .Mrs. C. Battler, Win. MsCorinlck.
George Lattner. Mrs. Kate Ghlo, John
Cella, Dennis Devini.y Charley Baker,
Louis Batlo and John Gates.
Tlio State and city liquor bond of C.
11. Lawrence were presented and read,
nnd on motion of Alderman Wright, re
ferre'd to the city attorney.
The State and city liquor bonds of
Louis V. Herbert were presented and
1 read, and on motion of Alderman Lan
caster, referred lo (lie city attorney.
Thu State and city liquor bonds ot K.
B. Pettlt were presented and" read, and
on motion of Alderman Puller,, referred
lo the city attorney.
The city attorney having reported upon
the validity of the bond or James Bgg
nml Win. Cuudlfl', as stcambuat and rail
, road runners, il was, on inotlou of Al
' derninu Halliday, approved.
Alderman Satip moved to adjourn, but,
upon request, of Alderman Tlilstiew'ood,
withdrew ids motion.
The contract between D. J. Galllgau
and the city of Cairo, for the building of
sidewalks was presented, read nnd ap
proved by the follow Ing vole :
Ayr Halliday, l.nw.wtcr, XollU,
1 5mifr. T'.ivT?!fr.hV!i Cwoi lv
Tlio hond.of D J. GaJlijt wfc ptc
cilted and n-ad nnd on motion approved.
Ipim fVillnH-tdfr l.lllf, ii-crn ntrfnn tiwl mill
read, n iwT on motion ol Alderman Unlit-
day MWetedto eomudtb c on claim' ,
DOlcCnrthy, dieting prisoners,
r. ,1. C. Sulli Villi. 21 vaccina
1 7 50
Dr. G. o. Paiker, ill vaccina
tions, 50c i
15. Yocuin.for the ue ol 'mule nnd
Dunk Wln-low, hauling man to
Jas Sullivan for same
Stratum A Bird, nails
Jas. Shtitou, clcanii.g council
To Delta City lire Co., one quar
ter allowance lo lt lint
IJoiigli nnd Beady Fire Co.,
Arab Fire Co., vame
Hibernian I'lru Co., miiiic
B. II. Cunningham, tent of coun
Stephen Bradley, hauling garbage
Jno. Clancy, dieting prisoners ll)H
days at 50c. In June
Jno. Clancy, 110 extra meals lo
pti-.oucrsat lOje.. hi June
M. Glenn, hauling drunken man
Titos. McCabe, same
Wm. Johnson, burying cow
W. G. Cary, collln
J. '. Iluel, blank-
I'. Vincent, lime
L. Gorman, work on park, etc
Win. W. Williams, or Mlllngand
M. Cabill, hauling
Cairo City Gas Co., gas tor coun
Cairo I' cuing Sun, notices etc
Newton l'lci', lumber.
-'alio City Gas Co., gas for street
B. F. Blake commissioner, for col
lecting gravel road special a
("Siiicnt J. J. Anderson, gas tixturcs for
Jas. Power, repairs on -craper.,
.liitlec 15. Cunningham, for bury
ing Susan Dumas at 7 mile
graveyard, furnl-liiiig collln,
X. B. Thistlewood, expense to
J f: 00
W. T. Garlii, 2 days'
W. T. Gnrln. work
I. ( '(xinaii. lit day
team woik with
1 work witli
' work Willi
' work with
Tlio. Boric, l.'l? day-
D. C. Iloinnn.-JJ.Iiiy
Mr. Lally. 111? days with train..
Win. Cure. 1.1 dav. 1th team....
J. Median. 101 diiys witli team...
It. .Maon, 11J dav, with leant
W. Wolf, 11 1 davs, witli team
F. Jenkins 10 daws, 'villi team...
P. II. Cochran, In day, with
P. W. .Martin. SI (lav, with team
L McCabe. H day., with team....
M. Mabouey, UI days' work on
J. Sullivan. It! days" work
J. Sullivan, 2J day-. work
streets J. Sullivan. 1 day--' work
Jno. Dillon, 12 days' work
Jno. Dillon, 1 day' work
(.lays' svoi-J; on
'no. Lane, HI
J. Marncll. W?
P. Lane, III
F. Cunningham, ll days' work
F. Cunningham, 2 day' work on
T. Wheeler, 111 dar work on
B. Casliman, 13 days' work on
T. Ilasliion, lit day' work 011
B. Garin, I days' work on streets..
M. Dri-eai, 11 days' work 011
M. Diiseal, 2.'. day.-' work- on
M. Stanton, 11- days'
G. Voting, I2 day'
S. Ansclment, 0 days'
W. Moekler, 5'. days
J. Kcatlng.2 days' work on id red-.
J. Du!on,2t darn' work on street
P. Conley". Ill davs work on
P. Conley, 2J days' 011 work
D. McCarthy, 15 days work on
M. rublll. hauliii'-
On motion of Alderman Saup the
council adjourned to Friday evening Hit
Olh lust., at 7:510 p. 111.
W.M. FlU Ni-ll Anu-.v,
A .silver plated No. 0 Wlbou Shuttle sew
lug Maehiiio, lurd (plane) tlnlth, valued at
iiXi. Will bo -old at t?20 discount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from the factory.
A .No. II Wilson f-liiittle Sew ing Machine
valued at ?T.".. Will be sold ut ;I5 illeolint
and ordired direct firm the factory.
A -JnO Itemlmttou Son-log Machine 10
elf for cah. ."suitable fm tailor or hoot and
shoe tuainilii. Hirer.
At a hargaln, and on good teints, a Howe
Sowing Machine. May he -ecu at the Coin
panvV oitlee, corner Ninth -treet nnd Com
nierrlal. FOB SAliK,
Piettiresipifl Amorlca" Is numbers
hoiuid 111 -J voliiiiie., full ,llt Morocco ;
price, is 10.
A tli "I"," 'Cloiigh, Warren As l.'o.'s" 1
Parlni l)rHit, light from the factory at Dp
trolt. I.tit prlro, rOW. Will be sold for
I'D It SALE.
A new two-lioro Oamblo wagon.
For any of the above articles, apply at
the lli'i.i.Kl is oillee. R. A. Bl'lt.NKTT.
Mitcu 11111I Nlrnw llitlx.
Lnrgo assortnient of boys nnd
mens' linen nml straw hats nt ono-hulf
the original cost, Xow Is the time to
buy hnrgnlns at Ilnrtinan's, corner Sixth
and Commercial nvciiue,
AN ELIGIBLY SITUATED BRICK
BuinHou and Hidno
And the two lots upon which It is situated
hat m il llnisl rd llni k llnuwat tlic rorrcr.it li,,,lar and i wciillolli lrU, wllUlopf m-sra
M i-aliH.il in coiiim -Uilniis 1.11 ilr-l noor, nnd li.ii.llj- lel,P3-t- ulmvo. will, Willi l,.u )l Z 1
..', Murk l'i. np'.n v lilrli Ills lonm-.l, 1; o. nt Anrtlun t.i llin lil.lict bitter, nil
Mntnriliiy. July lH7.-i,
f..rrl.i"li Inhnml 'I brio will lie sold hostile tin- mil !tnt,n. ftm-V nf i?r,Hr.;r.liH-lu.lll)ir v
ir..Vl?"l,VliUl "f,,"ll' " '"' "rl',,,1", HeiivlioliliiMil Kliclmi rimillmv, loo ouiuisraiM
A ll.ovii.riMtelciinliiistlo ill, i-t-iti ly who tiny dcsin-rtisiI t.trjmlii, ulionld atland.
. .," " l"'-"" "" "..' .o-n.v.
iilni, .iiinc .e, i-;-i.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
The Original Cheap Store
142 Commercial Ave.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
Tho Entire Stock of Ladios' and Gont's Furnishing Goods, Em
broideries and Parasols, will bo 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 aot
At thcBri.i.i us bindery IS numbers,
bound in two volume-, full gilt mm--rocco;
cot Sf I ; for sale at SI0.
i I.U pleasant Summer Itcsoii n now open
for vMtnrs. 'lho f-prlugs mo tho fmot
I'luhbcate water, and-w slumlcil In a
beautiful beech tfrave, near n lom.inth:
stream with high rooky banks. Thcf-pviliRs
are half-way bt-tArcn Vienna 111.I Gol
combi, nnd on tic reached by back from
cither ot those place. It. W. lltviNS,
.Iitne -il, 1ST.'.. iMiWw.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy rollfcffor young men Ir. in thu ef
fects of errors and abuses in early life.
Manhood restored, liiipedilicnts to nt.tr-
rhee removed. New method ot treatment
N'ew aud remarkable- remedies. Books
and elfiultrs sent Ire.e, In t-cale'd cnvolopc.
Address, HOWAIU) ASSOOIATION, 4U
N. Mnlh street, l'hlliuklplila, Pa. nuln-ti-titttot
having a hlh reputation for honor
al Jc Liir.duct and protcf.slonal skill,
i-u A- w-aii.
as to the treatment of all dlsca-c-, from the
luildi-st idhuenl to the deadliest epidemic,
hut Ike fact that the California Vinegar
llltli rs l.s Conquering nmladluii willed lux u
defied tlio faculty, rei dcrs lhe.se profed
lonal d ll'ctvncC" of little con'cijiicnco.
Whilo I)y-pepl.i, (lout, Itlieuniatlsiii, Uri
nary Complilnt", Hilliousnc.ss, N'crvoiia
Disabilities, and a'ldlsordor.s not organic,
.ire obliterated by t'.ils matchless vegetable
ton. c and alterative, who cares for opinion-r
4ict Hie Itesl.
Dr. Jsrth Arnold's Cough Killer-Hie
j;rcat ciadicator lor a' I lung disease's .1 su
perior remedy to all other inedU-lncs yet
discovered, lit evcre eas,-,. ms a mrc,
iptL'k, and pel fcctl)' safe remedy lor
cotih-, colds, sore tlirott, whooping cough
roup, and all diseases of tlic throat and
Inn-.'-. Betall rice, 25 and M cents and j-t.
Any bottle that dons not give relief may be
returned, and thu money will ho relundcd.
Dr. Seth Arnold' Dlarrluea Balsjtu ..iand
50 ccnti. Kmnuiulier It is warranted. At-
Hold's till iom Alainlr.-iko Pills, operating
wl:hout tickness and pain. Compounded
by Dr. Scth ArnoldV Medical Cornorntl in,
Wooiisockrt, K.I. aold by Paul O.-jchilh,
drugt-l.-t, Caito, III. .Vl-2.'i-'liii.
'i.m:m:u nt i.oni iieiiicn-s.
IIiik-Itall-i on'.tci-y leserllloit
PHIL H. SAFP'S.
Slianicrliin Fik, Pailiicah.
Belle of Memphis, .Memphis,
lily of Vieksburg, St. Louis.
Tow-boat John Means, St. Louis.
Alps, St. Louis.
Slcamci'.liin Fik, Pndueali.
Belle of Memphis, St. Louis.
City of Vieksburg. Vieksbtiig.
Cow-boat John .Means, (ronton.
' Alps, St. Louis.
no vi-. lift:.
Jim Fl-k, Padni'ali : James D. Pai-
kei,iiiiiiinali; Bismarck, Grand'l'owei,
uivnii vNii wKviiir.it.
'Che river nl dark wa lid ted U .:t-5 (
Inches 011 the iraiiiri. having fallen 1 1-5
Inches dining the past 21 ltoiu.
A big rise Is reported in tin Ken
tucky river, and tho Missouri U ar Hood
tldi mid rising tnpidly nt BooiivIUh nnd
Hannibal. Tho rise is principally out of
lho Dos Molne.s, Day before yesterday
(lie river at Boonrille was reported higher
than has been known for years, nnd
lacked 12 lect of Ultig up to the high
wnter mark of IS 1 1. Tho low lnnd nrc
overflowed nnd wheat, fences, oie,r ntv
being swept iiway. Grasshopper by
the millions wen
swpl away by lh
I'lieJohn .Means liati two btrgesof
Iron on for I ronton.
The .Susie Silver took a military com
pany from St. Louis lo Qnlncy to "do"
the Fotmh, and on her return trip caiuh
In collidon with a pier or the I.ousiitDA
bridge, which raked away her wheel
house ami did other serious damage, No
W ah lir.i-sHt.MtjM, iiivki tu.iosr, I
iC I to
Corrcctt-l Dally by K. M.
iiuri-liuiit, t-n-relary nl'
tin- Cairo Bwtnl el
' rionr, acronlhiK to grade...
1 Corn, iiilxul, iiacki-l
e'orn, white, wicVisl ,
Ill-ill, pir tiin
aiuii. lmm itrnt
Ilutter, rlioice Ncrtiera
Iluttcr.i-I.olre s(jullu-rn III..
KlTL's, per 'toen.
I'oIhIih-ii, t barn l
Onions, i?r liuml
t'liriTlcy pi-r cmie
Straw lirrr' 1 jkt rmiu
$1 O0Q7 M
Tho Pcoplo's Romrdy.
Tho XJtiivorsal Paiu ExtMCtOT.
Auk for Ponil'
Take no othi
'Hiiir: fur I will speak of ci.!ent
1 all, llrul.M
iMiiilim, .spmliiH, Contu-
t rtirlurt-M, eitts, Lurriv.
ti-d or IncUid Wound.
N wi-1 1 1 11 s, Utti ai, ScildJ,
"(locilliiif I..M i.n, or
1. tnidunis-, Tii,
'I lllowly Ulcliarmii.
1'llcH lllrrdlntr PUu,
nil;ta. Swelled Fate.
tlC SSC( 11 1 it 19- nr.S.,rniJd.
iSlllhi-it or .sortnuw,
1 laimtmiro, Ijimeltark.
Hurt. Tli rim t or Oiling,
( larLilued Tuui-Ua.
,Moi-iui- luflnmni ros ec
Sore NIpiilcM, loilaniail
!n in fill or too FroAiM
I.WlIk !.', Oval Ura DU
re. and Tnnicra.
RFMEDY .sfravtfl and Slrargsiry.
Ilotta of Infant, or
iVuririmc Veiut; Ka-
LA I tnnnL i;i, (-r. Old Morel. Inwt
llolU, e.'arbundw, Tu-
1st ot Son, Vt-mt.
itriou or ri(itiow, rnN-
' rd l.ltntw or 1'iutte.
MoH(Uit Bllf, llMMt
' hlhiss, CliupM Uautsl.
OMIt'N i:TKACI' li foraltJyU Wtm
ClitHN llniKKliU.iuid isconiraaa4y
all DruKKlsH, I'liy-lolaus. and !'
boily who lllli vvr usecl It.
I'ltmpitici i-ontaiiiitiif Ulttory and CmmII
1 i'iw uii iii'pllcml.ui , If not fouul atyvwr
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,