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1'jsiitW fcf I' yd.iu tussta tvty rii
iTnl?Lt fit half ).,t i:Ttn, Hi t'Jl
ill .r, Hall I K suck,
A?.KV-VNni:u i.ouia:. so. wi,
t,n,lr til f ltilr i A fltl.l.V I.
'...VS' at lmffirast (cw n. In their hall uii
lntr.1. iniMt i.vrrf 'I'tilirAilal' lilllil
i.oiniurrclal nttmic, lietwMii Sixth and Srrmtli
lifti .Tony II Ooka.v, N ().;;
Cl.VIltO F.NCAMI'MKNT, 1. O. O. l, infill
An Odil-Krllows' Hull nulla; llrntinnl tlilid
lucntnt In every month, it linir-inistpcvrii.
C K SLACK, C I'.
CAIItOI.OIXii:, NO. 7.17, A. F. A A. M.
llntd rcifiilnr riininuitlcatlfiim In Mn
' 'and r.iglith Mrtrt, cm lln Hf-rnnd and
onith Momlav ort&cli mnnlli
Ul flJIIU HUM,
xonlc Hull, ("inner Cominireinl in time
itii Miim-.iii.Ni:M:itMi i .(. iim.
'Ins IViiil Jurs.
lit 75 rents per ilnen ; nil the l.itt-t Hyle
Ill Jflly glass. Scaling wax In largo mid
small iiatit Itlot, n nrl Mailman'-,
f'OriHT Silitll Street.
PILSLWHIf at Louis lleihcrl'.
'lhe no-pulnciMilp lipietofinc nVHIIiiK
under the narae and td)l ol "(.'1,uj. M.
llnv.e Co.," Is thli day dlsr.lirt ,1.
i;. Hi mm k.
T. . Wrxsp.i.,
Caiho, July isTt.
Having pmelmnd the lmriM ot fi. p..
tlutnblo And T. V. Wcnsfl tn th In! linn
of Chu. M. Howe A. Co., till! lllMUHm of
talil firm will hniM'tep be conducted under
the nm and style of "C. M. How.' a
hro ," wSo will titnm? all Urn liabilities of
the lair Lriu. Cius. M. Ilowz.
T-l-Rt i'KAKK IlOWk.
UeiiUloe C0(fri Spring Waler 111 hut.
ttf, kept on lec atiil s-dd tor 10 (i-nts pr
Sl, 20 cents per bottle, owl $2 tier dnrtn,
t the following places I'hll. "sup's Con.
tectlncery ; McUatiloy's ami Scbtib'a Dtug.
torts, and l.oul Hfrbctt's Itcsluiu.iM.
The Saratoga Cougrc; 1 Spring Water is
put up und aold In bottle only, to Iwiire Its
original strength und medicinal prnprrtlea.
l.oul flnrtirrl tun l'lt.Si:.Vi:it.
Ice Cum in
Arlington loo ('renin Saloon, i. li. Ki
lls, proprietor, nt tin- Arlington Hnii'p.
on fornrntrcl.tl avenue, l?t .ivn
Sixth anil tsovt'iitli, H nov. tin.
The mojtijcliclinis Iv Cream always on
hand. FamlUea suppllil with nny quan
tity, nnd at toa-:oimhlo ptlrr M3-if.
S"Bljr roilucilon in pru f- 01 IVnther
Ouitcni, rtt Schuh's tlm itotv.
A cottage on Thirteenth tn;:t. hetwe.-ii
"ahIn?ton avenue and Walnut strevt.
0-13-tf. Apply to Dr.. Smith.
t.UDdlordi of hoteli and boitdin liuut
nllltlndltto their jdvaDU'c to cr.ll upon
jln. Coleman, l.aundre'i, No 12 Fourth
street, between WaOdnglon and Commer
cial arcnuc. Hotel and hnardlng-houiip
washlDs.TSrentiperdoen. I'-u pleeework
price! arc a? tollow Plnitle i-liirt nnd eol
lar. lOr: ner iloen .'Ce: orV fn : two coU
lar, la; two handkerchief, .V; vent" 'JOc;
snd . all gentlemen' w.-ar, mi. . pet
doen. I.adln dreo, 2: to Mc;
-kilt 10 to 20c; drawer 10 to l.'t; two
ilr hoc 5c; two collirsi'i to tOe. t.'or la
illei plain clothed 51 00 per ilocn; ior la
dle? tlno clothes 51 2." per dozen: done
dramptly, and promptly delivered. Fa
flti Ill 1.711 J ll.TtMrfs tor I'll.Si:.
for Mile 'tica.
The entire outllt 0 tho (irand eiitral
Hotel, with a Hro yearn lease, and on reu
..nahlo terms. Fur ji.irtleul.ir-, apply to
TT-O-Wdf, ,Vm. Wki.ei,.
'licier Tlutii i:er liiiiiwii ltcliire.
Maon Si.'ir-Soalln? rniltJiirstit ?1 M
iwrilittui. Kvtm nihlwiv for M.T-on't;
Fruit Jars at Daniel Hart man's, corner
Sixth 'trceu iV.'.tl
A I..M101: a?jortiucnt ol' Aliai-a Co:it
from SI fiO to $U W), at Ilattuian'", eor
ner Sixth anil Comtnurclal avenue.
Notice of ItciiHUiil.
Tho well-known harhcr ihop, corner
llighth and Commercial, proldcd ovjr tiy
llio jiopnlar artl-t, rieorso Stclnhoie, lian
removed one door north on Commercial, In
-.he (irand Central Hotel. Tho new thop Is
,arge and rommodlous and those wWiIng
for auythliii; urtlstlo In tho way of f.ihlon
Me hair cmtlnt;, (mooth shave, etc., will
:to well to call at tho (itand Central Harhcr
tliop. Tl --i:!-tf .
Toi- Sale or ltcut.
Tim houe anil lot on the corner ot
KiEhtli anil Walnut street-. J'or particu
lars apply to M-. Ci MMtNOs.
CSj"X Itujr ptoel; envelope. at the Hui.
t.m tx olllco, $11 2." per M.
SSJ'Thc cckbrutcd SchliU MILW'AL'-
Kill: JIEIUI U JatektV.
Qo 10 llartinan'd lor libit Savy Finn-
ucl Coili worth SO selling for ?'J .VI.
BY OTJR FEIEND AT THE C011NEK.
IIiiIh, Cups, i'lolliiut;, Ac,
J. Wnlder, at thu corner of Ohio I.evec
and Sixth street, known to foiiiu as "our
friend nt tho corner." has
slaughtcrcil" high prices In lints, Caps,
and Clothing. Ho Is selling nt great bar
gains, a fact that makes some dealers leel
as If they were shot or .struck by light
ning. Call 011 him, ami price hi- goods,
lor which lie does not owe a nlckle.
o will take, at tho St, Charles Hotel,
duriiis; tho summer months, SOday boirdci-K,
at $22 per month, andBO boarders with cool,
ploasittit rooms ou tho upper floor, at
per month, At this cxtromoly low rato,
nouo hut promptly paying bonrdus will bo
accepted. jkwrit Wilcox & Co.,
MXX Wood stock envelopes nt the
nmETi' office, S3 00 per 31.
til I it in
sATl'liDAY, JL1. Hi, S7iV
l.ncnl tVitiilhcr lteiorl.
('Aiiifi, III. , .luljrti, li7.'.
IUr. I Tut. I Wish. I I Wkaiiikii
I a tn
IIIOMAS .IONi:j, fwrKl. P. S.,U. A.
li4'The lines! artlele of Salmi ( lit nt
The hoanl ot health liehl :i ineeliu
I,IXKI yniiU giiii:illiiio in all color-,
worth W rents a iml, which I ulll sell
for li)'r tits u jaid. D, mMi.
Toolt n .Siiiliil.
.Mayor Winter ami Ahlerinan Willd
tool; a loo), ,n the Mautrhter hou-e. ye-
Allriitlon. Itiie ItiillisK,
Hulls and hat-" at colt the larnst
-orliuent ever hnmht to Cairo, which I
ill -ell for lhe ni'Vl thirty days nt cost.
in 'i , 11,
.Mr. .1. F. Tiieher.snperlntenili'iii 01 the
llllnoh Ontral railroad, was lu the city
yeterdav. iitul took,iHaqe on the morn
ing train for St. I.ouls.
only no VnK.
The New City Directory sill coi you
only JiJ cent, nt l.'ohhliu" .Mnslr Itii'nr,
112 f 'oinniereial aenn... F.very lamlly
houM have one. 7-7-IOt.
tiltlor X Vorl:
.Mr. lleniy WIe. of Ih-liim oi'.l. liiir
er of this city, left- yesterday lot ew
Vorl. clt) . where he will reiimin for -ev-ernl
At the I.imcl 1'rlcc.
Collin, Clt'keU mill .Melallle Cii-i.
Wilrox's hloek, nt the lowest piiren.
I'he (lne art gnllcry, at the coiner of
Sixth street anil Ohio levee, i. attretln
coiitidernhle attention troni the ladleof
thlielty. Th" collection o plrturp i
l.llien milt Mir. iv Hois
I -urge avortineni of loy-'
mens' linen and traw Imts at orit-haif
the original co-t. Xow is the Hiup to
buy bargains at Ilnrtman'i. corner Sixth
and Commercial itveiiue.
Oir Hie Trn k.
N e-leiday utleruoon, while an engine 011
the C0I10 A St. I.ouii narrow gaui'i: was
running up the Incline. iUu jumped the
track. Altera considerable lot of work,
the llttle lron horse was again righted.
I lune jmt received a full line il
boy.' clothing latt tyloii wbieli (
will tell for one-fourth of manufacturer'
prices ( ome and -ee for yourielvej. at
'Ihret-targe and ery duiir.-ililc lamlly
room.1, trnntll)' 011 the Ohio, at the -t.
Chirles Hotel, can ho had, with Lotrd, at
try reaoiulie ralej during tin- Mimiuer
month. Aliuudanre 0' pure air and jiei
fei t enlilatiun. T-ln-ll.
I'he longing eyes of the cinploi-s d
the Cairo A Vineennes railroad company
were greeted on Thursday with a glimpse
of the pay ear. which made Its appear
ance in this city, paid otl tlie men and
OHXT'.S lT'HNTSIIIXti HOOD ol
all description lhe 1110M complete a--
s-nrtincnt over brought to Cairn nt col
for the next ten davs. Drawers, I 'nder-
klrl-. while and colored Shins, Half
llo-e in price I defy competition.
tlur rather- ol' Hie Council.
'I'he city paps had a meeting at the
council chamber l.it" night. Alter the
business was transacted they adjourned
and went hi u body to w itness the Howell
iv Ayin.ir circii- company's performance,
which they all pronounced excellent.
iSfGo io JatckeVi and try Ais :' I.V-
Glill, 11 tltUyhtftil bcttmgt.
Iliils nml I'lonrn.
200 Ladles' Hnti, latest style, all
ready trimmed; aUo a large assortment of
Arllllcial ITower.s for trimming hat,
whieli 1 will ,-ell at one-halt the whole
sale price. The above arejust from New
Vorl; and are desirable patterns and
styles. I), 1 1 AMMAN-.
Another ca-e of .-tnall pox has for tho
past low day,lecn receiving the atten
tion of Dr. Wood aud the nui s.es at the
pect house. Tlie victim is a little colored
ghl, aud the ease in said to haye been 11
very severe 0110, though nt present hu U
getting along very well.
Sehlit. and Pilscner lager beer, the two
greatest brands ol beer sold in the couji
try, are having a big .sale theso hot day.s.
Herbert Is kept busy ".setting 'em up,'
while Jaeckel and Huelner, of the Plan
ters', can barely llnd time to roll lu a
Ire.sh keg when the old one has been ex
hausted. Home rcrsoimls.
Mrs. 12. C. Pace and daughter re
turned to Cairo last night.
Gentle (ierould U absent front the
oily 011 a visit lo St, LouK and Dec.tur,
City Treasurer lllake will lenvt? Cairo
next Thursday for a visit to his old homo
in Linn, .Massachusetts,
Tlie HI. ClinrlcN.
Iii another place in tho loal columns
of thlii I&31U! of tho Bulletin will bo
found tlie advertUeincntb of Mr. AVTloox,
proprietor of tlie St. Charles, rcfering to
several elegant rooms now ready to re-
Mil ..t tlir ;t. Ch.itli'M .u or.c
ffrXX Ainhrr ami White rac totl.
eiivelopt-atthelU'iLLii olflie prinU-il
i id ami .l 00 icr M.
0NV1TH 'I'HE UAN0K
Tim Delhi City Siring Hand will Ho it
'i.i 1 11 1 hall ami ilnuee at Sehcel's Hall on
Tnesilay eveiihipr, July Hlili. They arc
iletciinlneil to innke It "Thu Dance of the
Hmsoii." and will spare no paint to nial.e
It enjoyahle to all. I'm; prleo of ndiiils
M011 has heen placed at lhe low pi ice of
W1111I n Miitrli.
And now a nuinherof the adinliers of
lae hall lit this city, who saw the Cairo
boy so haiiilsouiely ileuiolUli their Mnr
physhoro frleniU on the tlfili, want the
club )eriiiaiiaut1y organized. ami uuiatcli
made iiniuedlntcly with lhe I'aducali
IillewiliN. Thev deelare that I'aducali
iIoch not liohlenoulilia'.e hall players to
defeat the Cairo eluh. A inatrh with the
MleMlhNwouhl.no douhl, prove vcrj
For iiionth-p.vt the iiularity Hh
which that line and fa-.t little. tcnmcr, the
.lames I'M;, ha made hortippi-araucc at
and lahes lar departure iroin our
wlinif fur I'adiie.-ili, has heen the Iheme
of much talk. The fact may, however,
he nttiihiited to the thorough ilver
l.nfiwledjfe of licr gentleiininly and hunl-iies-lll;e
coinmauder, dipt Crowlee, and
hU crew, who eetn to take much pride
in tlie niana!;ement ot the I'M;.
Hit.' Veil Triui'iriT IIimiI.
The new and excellent 1 r.iubfer itcnuicr
oflhcSt. I.onD, Iron .Monutnin A South
ern railway company, limned ".luiilus S.
Morgan," will 1 titer tlie ticldof netion for
that company to-day, riiimlnn between
the landing ot the road opposite thk city
and the whaif-hoat id" the company, ly
ing Immediately opposite the company's
olllceon Ohio h-vee. The boat will ho
manned as follows : .Mr. .1. II. Atklm,
captain ; .1. Viindcrvert, pilot, and (irorgo
Heed and htother, englnrer-.
.1 i'nol Iron Sliiiiinuli,
It i- aid that 11 certain young man of
this city, watered, a day or two ago, live
dollars thot . ould eat twenty-live
green npplc- witn..'.i jettii.jf the cholera
rnorbv-i i-r . ny kkne-s. ttiiforc
In- hbvi '.. uak. isowever. ho went to a
baker al.oi. bough: 11 loai of bread, and
ale every morsel of it without think of
any kind. He then went to work und ate
the npple, and atllt he is healthy aud
happy. While performing the feat, not a
drop of water or any olher drink was
touched by hhn, nnd to this (act Is attrib
uted the health and strength that he now
--The buincM transacted lu .ludge
Itross" court ycitenlay, when -umtned
up, amounts to the following :
Matlld.i Honett wns next to I'a,. ,
Honor, uudertlie charge of uslnx orr. n
slve aud abusive language, calculated to
urovoke a lirench of the peace, but lhe
evidence was not strong enough to 1 on
vict her, and -he was discharged.
Charles .lohnson was anwed by
Oilieer Woolen for being drunk and dis
orderly. I Iewa-.tal.cn before Ills Honor,
tried, found guilty, fined ten dollar? and
costs, and sent to jail for the waul of
money to pay hUllne.
William l'arkernnd Amanda 1'arl.er
were arrested by Ofllcer I.allue for Using
abusive and threatening- langunire. After
lhe evidence in the ca-e had been given,
William was discharged, but Amanda
was lined live dollars and co-ts, which
was paid and the pri-onr-r discharged.
Willi each of the unrivalled exhibition
giyeii by Howell A Ayinar's excellent
circus company, the members of that in
stitution gain .-cores of friends, who can
scarcely llnd words to express their ap
preciation of them both as actor.- aud
n '1 he longer the company re-,
Cairo, the more popular they
rrow with the people. They have given
a number of performances since their ar
rival in this city, each and every one of
which ha? been so far in advance of all
otlur amusements of a similar nature
seen in this city that praise may be heard
from the lips of both ladles and gentle
men id' the worth and merit of each net
Ollered. The troupe Is, without a doubt,
composed of the lineal talent of the kind
in the country. The stock is alt line and
in good condition, and the cleanliness and
comfort of tlie accommodations of this
droits cannot be excelled. The troupe
deserve the patronage of every admirer
of flue ability, and Messrs. Howell and
Ayinar will not, wo are sure, fail to plrn-o
wherever they may co.
l'rom Mr. A. V. Ilallorbury. ol'Mouud
City, wu learn that on Thursday even
ing, about four o'clock, little Charlie
Nennlngcr, aged ten years, a son of Mrs.
Ncnnlnger, who keeps an Ice cream sa
loon hi that place, was drowned hi Trin
ity slough. The particulars of lhe tin
lortunato occurrence, as related lo us by
Mr. llallerbury are, that the lad, who
has been hi the habit of going out to
drive home the eow in the evening,
.started out ns usual, fouiid the cow and
was 011 his way home with her. When
ho arrived at Trinity slough, a pond or
creek a short distance from .Mound City,
he sat down to ti si 1 and lelt the eow to
go homo alone, where alio was attended
to as usual by uue of the members of tho
family. Nigh. e,..., buj. 11 .thliig was
seen or hea, 1 ot thu hi t, ,u4 at ten
o'clock he was still abjC.it. A number
of the eitl.ens weie apprised of the boys
non-appearance, and went In ticarch of
him. When the party arrived at Trinity
slough, his hat was discovered lying on
the shore, and tho truth, soon made Itself
manifest wheiup'on dragging tho slough,
the remain of tho boy were found. Tho
supposition Is that lhe slipped Into tho
water, and was unable to again reacli the
T i;t tilshf, the train goln L'ftit ow
the Ci T-cttl:, Vandal., Torre Ijautc
toad, w.t" attacked by u hand of robber?
1 As the engine wit' stopped tot- water at
place railed Long Point ; miles ca t ot
1 Lflliighain, the rohber hoaulcd the train,
cut the express e.irlr.o-c, lumped on the
engine, 1 uuer Killing the eil-
glneer, MHo Aiuc-, proceeded lo
tun the car up the buck lar enough away
Irom the balance or the train to be s;ifc
lor thnii t" altenipt the robbery of the
express car, .Mr. .lames lturke, lonuerly
clerk at the exprcs-- ollhe In Ibis rlty,
was the Messenger, nnd when a d'e.
maud Wjis niadu on him lo surrender,
promptly refused. Tlie robbers, Uniting
an entrance Into the car Impossible, pro
ceeded t riddle It with bullets, in
the lioe ol killing the .Messenger, llurke.
In the menu time a number of the pas
sengers 011 the part of lhe until left at
the water tank, got lanterns and proceed
up the track to endeavor, If possible, to
prevent the anticipated robbery. They
had not gone lot befote they discovered
tlie eiigino and "Xpress car. The rob
ben. It U presuiied, -aw them coining,
anil finding It impo-sii,,. t0 fftVet an en
trance Into the cir, made for the roaih.
Too much praise cannot be given to Mr.
James l'.uikc, who acted .so nobly In dc-
feiHe of lhe Ajhtu's K.pres company's
properly, nnd we atti proud lo record the
fact that lie. is a Cairo man. Wc regret
tlie killing of the nigineer, Mr. Mllo
Ames, who was ti fnrthy, good man,
and only hope that lh scoundrels ulll be
caught and get Heir Jut dcerl at the
end of a long 1 ope.
We found the following niuncd per
sons registerr l at the Grand Central yes
terday : A I'. Smith, l.e Hoy. Illinois;
Joseph T. Slinnloti. St. I.ouls : John
Johnson, N'ew Jersey ; James Iteeker,
The following named peisons were
registered at the 1'Ianterf.' yesterday:
Olio Midler and wife, .New Vorl; ; W.
H. Wooldrige. Mt. Vernon, Indiana;
(ico. Storkel, Bvatisvllle; J. W. I'.ur
bank nnd wife, Ali Hill, .MIourl.
On the Delmonlco teglster we I'ounil
the tollowlnf yesierda.v : John O. f.Iwin,
Jackoii, 'IVnnei;e ; James f.owi", K'en-
tueky; Oeo. W. Setloon, New Orleans;
It. 'J'. Powers. Canton, Mississippi;
James Hlllc. .Sltaw.-bury, Mississippi;
William I.11?. SI. I.onls: U. F. Smith;
Kentucky: ( Siock. Kentin ky.
The St. 1 hf ties reii-ier ye-ierdny
furnished i ' i.iu icnie.s of .Mr. C.
O. Ward, lino.wille, Tennessee : T. H.
triark. train master Cairo ,v Vineennes
tallroail. ViiniMines ; J. H. Selley, South
BpiiiI. Indiana; W. Deltolt, St. I.ouls;
M. K. Po., Cincinnati, Ohio;
.. It. .Milium, Odin. Illinois;
Naihanile N. Nell', Ambny. Illinois;
li. O. Hou-e, Ilatrisburg. Illinois; P. M.
Hack, St. Louis ; W. T. Norton, Colum
bus. Ohio ; H. C. Thompson, St. I.ouls;
J. S. Hnnd, Coum 11 niulVs. Iowa ; II. It.
Dow, Little P.ock - J. Satiiord, Miss.; H.
Mtronss, St. I.onU; Ceorge Dnmiett,
Fort I.eavoiiworih, Knnad; Mrs, A
King, .Memphis ; . v. Jonlon and wife,
SAkATOOA EXCEL3I0K SPRING WATTK
We dehV to call particlilai allcnlioii lo
our method of having tlie Kcesor
on draught, from our
lined n-ervolrs or barrel-
Patent, Nov. .1, 1Si17.
The water U conveyed from the Kvcel
sior Spring into the reservoirs by its own
liydrotntIc pressute. 111 such a way as to
retain all the carlrmie acid gas whir h o
1-ts in tlie water naturally.
The KxeeMor Water is shipped Irom
Saratoga in these gas-tight reservoir.,
lined with pure block tin. and i forced
out Irom tlirin at our counter precisely
as It Mows Irom the Spring.
I For five years we have drawn this eel
I ebratcd water, cold and sparkling, with
constantly Increasing demand. Prleo 10
j cent per ulas, or lo tickets for one dol
lar. In bottles at 82.2.1 per dozen.
IV.. ..l.n 1. ...... I U,,..i,wr H'nl.,
h., , ,70ttl 01l
1 'J,,,,,, ,. ' o.-efer it.
15 MICLAV HllOS.,
71 Ohio Leee.
Picturesque America. '
At the Hfi.i.i:nx bindery IS numbers,
bound hi two volume, full gilt mor
rocco; co-t SI I ; for sale at 810.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men frin tho cf
texts of error, and ah i-cs In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage removed. Now method ot trcattnont.
New and remarkable lcmcdlcs. Hooks
and clreulin sent true, in scaled envelopes.
Addres?, HOWAItl) ASSOCIATION, 119
N. Mnth street, Philadelphia, Pu. nil Insti
tution haling ialgu reputation for honor
al le conduct an! protosbional skill,
."ll-'l & w-!Jml
as to the treatmu of all dlsca-cs, Irom tho
mildest ailment ti the deadliest epidemic,
but tho fact that tho California Vinegar
Hitters Is coiniuerlig maladies which luvo
dclled tho faculty, -ciders turn1 profess
Intial differences tf little coniCiruenco.
While Dyspepsia, Clout, Itheumatlsm, Uri
nary ComnDlnts, UIIIIoumios, Nervous
Disabilities, and all ilisordera not organic,
arc obliterated by tits matchless veactablo
tonic and alterative, wlii cues for opin
ions ' tl-18-iliViv.liv,
til t the Urn.
Dr. Hclli Arnold's C'oush Kl'U't'-tliu
great eradicate!' tor aU lun dishes a tu
pcrlor remedy t Jl other medicines yet
discovered, lu . .o cro casus. Ills a uue,
.,uiel;, and puifrctl) s-sfu rcmed) lor
rough, colds, sore throat, whooping eoiigli
31-uup, nnd all diseases of the throat and
j lungs. Ilutall pries, 25 and r0 ucntHaml3l.
Any bottle that does not glvo relief may bo
teturncd, and the money will be refunded.
Dr. Seth Arnold's Dlarrlwa llabsin 25 and
DO cent. Kemombcrltis warrautcd. Ar
uold'sltilioiM Mandrake- Pill, oporatlog
without sickness and pain. Compouudcd
I , ft- ....Al.ll.. S.tA.ir....l ll.,.nn..llMV
uy IT rcwi ill oum ff.uumi.iii vuiiiuii.,. .m,
Woousuckct, U. I. Sold by Paul Cl.Schuh,
drtigKlet, Cairo, 111, 5Vt-25-3ui.
The O-U-Fdlorj hav pi.-guroti ft
ntw carpet for thflr hall, and nt -it her
wio briidimg' up
-Over the plain ami Ur nwaj Major
Hallord and wife are speedlii!; loward
The tunitallty ainongehildieiiiu this
elty is greater than wa ever beforo
known. Hot weather and cutting Irelli
are carrying oil not. a lew.
The Knights 01 Pythias made -ome
money by their late river excursion not
a fortune, but a nice little sum: and so
did the .Methodists. Holding sretns to
be more profitable than plenlclng.
The rlty Is rahn ; not n wave of trou
ble 1 oils across ii peaceful breast. Willi-
111 11 icw wcei.s tne turning crops
will make It Ihrly stormy with hiisl
Old Windy ol the Ku, unliable D.i-
vis, Is going a fishing for suckers. He
will taken lent with him, and a hook and
lino and halt. Hut, as he Is wont to -ay.
more ot this hereafter.
The Glided Hiitterllles of the cily me
enloying a season of freedom from police
annoyance. They rise up nnd call Mayor
Winter blessed, and all good Christians
say sonielhlng llke"Ameu." "
We me glad to Hate that Mr. mau
dus Jaeckel. who was -crloudy HI lor a
few days, i, convalescent, and that his
beer we speak on Information Is as rool
as an iceberg and as plen-ant to the
palate as beer.
-Judge Ilros, who fo?t liauuei's wed
ding by being nb-ent, got home ntc and
jound. When we say he ga.ed for n time
with enraptureil iliion on the festures of
Capt. Hmnhlcton tn Hihsel s Charity Ili.II
picture, we nd not Add that he wn at
(in;. i- becoming ii piijiular game m
tairo ngiiln. Ilerbett I tin chninpion
playci'. It is believed by --ome that c.
. V. Phlllljis might take the lieil from
Louis if lie would only play hard enough
as hard as Fulton ued lo play bnsi
ball before he wag ninriied.
Our dear brother Davis of the n.
sais we are amry again. Not -o. Lord
bless iia little onl. w,. don't get angry
at It. We me delighted with 11. It ! so
very small, with a streak of beaiitliul lit-denes-riuinlng
through it. It is enniiu
Ing. Patler proposes, we are informed, to
again beard the ". A V. Ifnllroml Hon in
his den. Patlir iuut he rnrelul. He Is
guilty of a great crime lu acting as he
doe-, a fact that can be proved hv the
.S'h. If he diM-s not settle down. Judge
Tteat will descend upon him, and take
him up to Springfield.
Hon. N. I!. Morrison of Odin was hi
the city yesterday m nue lor the South
011 business. We used to sit close to N. P.,
lit the Illinois nome, nnd occasionally
were the subject of his animadversions.
We graduated as statesmen nt the same
time, and retired together toonrC5rauges
to bide out- time and pray lor the good of
Killers siiyshe has a H otting coll that
can beat thu liore we dilve. Our Ad
mirable rritchtou, who l un w on
botsei as well a on everything else from
billiards up through bae ball und poker
mistaken, We don't know. tW know
a horse from a .Vew Foiindland dog, but
C rltchton does all our hor.-e Hesh dr.ig-
glng. Khlers inu-t see him.
At Miirphysboro the other day. In a
patilotie iaro3cysin. Mayor Whiter and
we fell Into each oihers arms ; and after
aseertaininglhaf there wano sti-awberry
maik on eitluir of our arms, eanie to the
conclusion that we were long-lost
friends, and sampled a couple of small
lasscsof beer. The man who snvs we
ever s.'ild nnvllilii" iir.io.l ll'lnii.f U -i
luediuni as big a fraud a Mott.
We neglected at the lime to make a
note of Lawrence J. Hyrnes' death,
which oeciircd very suddenly and unex
pectedly on last Monday night. Mr.
P.yrnes was a well known and highly
esteemed eltlen of Cairo, a zealous mem
ber of St. Patrick's church : alo a mem
ber of St. P.itiiek'.s P.nnevnlent Society.
Ill- funeral was largely attended, and
the remains Interred In theCathnlle Cem
etery at Villa I'lilgo.
Fu- and Feathers of the evening
ought to bo Improving his lime making
hay for the Lord while the .STioi shines.
We understand that he will manage,
within a week or two, to Induce what re
mains ol" the Voting .Men's Christian As
sociation to request lilm to preach on the
streets. His llr.-t sermon may be de
livered on Sunday every week at Win
ter's corner. Tho Mayor will line the
hymn on the occasion.
We will not be at home to-day un
til three o'clock lu the afternoon. We
will not be at home the next day until
tho same hour. We will not bo at home
mil day hereafter In the forenoon. We
ami Davis will hereafter devote the fore
noon to friendly strolls, 111 which Davis
will talk religion to, and pray with us,
and teach us how to be a bold an a lion
lu threatening to advance along the ene
my's whole line.
Tho proposition to ii-ii llio Park lor
pasturing nhcep must bo discontinued.
It Is a proposition that Involves the Inter
ests of our neighbor of tho Sun. Ho I
not a little sheep with ileece as white as
snow, but Tilery when: he's told to go,
why he Is sure to go. Ills shepherd feeds
hlui, but Is not proud of him. Ills shep
herd does not believe hhn to he mutton
of the healthy kind, aud mlghtf the
sheep-pastuting park proposition I not
abandoned, turn him . out to gra-s.
Col. Taylor made a trip to M. Louis
this week to siirtenilcr to the new presi
dent of the road the seal, stock books, re
cords, ivc of the company. It Is true
the hoard over which the Colonel presi
ded ordered that this should not he done,
hul after consulting counsel ami looking
at the matter carefully, he concluded.bo
had belter surrender. I Io represents Pay
sou and Cauda as auilablo aud Inclined to
do the fair tiling by Cairo. Wo hope
they will. They ought to, and possibly
mav. altlioiu:h they have said they will.
'iim Sun Informs the world that "In
Intcrvclw with one of our mcr
clmnts yesterday, he cxprcssetl a deter
And tho two lots upon
I lial nrll finUlnd Uriels Ilotueat the ruft nri'onlar and Twentlfili lnti rlili tiArr.nuau '
nnd oiiloon nrcommoilnl ons mi first tw.r' V Lv.V. "T,A"5nit." "IJ??.l, "'.i!' !"?r':'W"
L'i. I.1....L IV iiimii whirl, II I liirnlivl li. . l'.!.1
Pir rnili in hint 'riijiu will he Mild lie'lilesthe
rtc y orarllcli-i ofililty mc, nnd a lot eri'nrlnr,
A flu- nivnrrli 'iMcnnlniil tit mM, cvrrybody
1 In' sale will lie pnoltlvn nnd witliijiiL wrrve
Lnlro, .liinc JO, ls;j
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
The Original Cheap Store
14-3 Commercial Ave.
SELLING OPF AT COST!
Tho Entire Stook of Ladies' and
bt'oldcrius and Parasols, will bo bold at Uost. Must be sold
within tho next sixty days. Now is tho timo to ohtaln bargains.
This is no Advertising Dodgo. Bring your money and get
uiinalion to go lor the Illinois Central
unless Urother Johnson prevents empty
cars from standing on the Levee between
Hlhnnd'sih street-." We have been in
formed that .Mr. l.'hl and other merch
ants eoiiipluiu of lhe empty onr Intlicl imi.
i by don'r they talk lo Johtiwn nbout
the inntier? He will sntlsty them, smooth
them down nicely, lie will n il lltcni a
story, and they will not theieafter care
about the cars.
Mr. C. Ostorloh, who has been treas
urer of AlexaiuKr Lodge 1. O. O. P. dur
ing fourteen years the only one the
lodge oyer had refused absolutely lo be
Installed after i (election and was succeed
ed by Mr. Uexford. The confidence of his
lodge In Mr. Osterloh was unbounded,
and It parted Irom its "old Treasurer1'
with icmct; but In Hextord It fouud
another worthv gentleman, who may
make tip Ids mind to hold tli purse for
the next twenty-five years when tlielouge
u'lll n tvr.rlli n mUltnil mill Pfitrfl lie tllC
- - --
biggest city In the 'Mississippi Valley.
Wont the Spiritualists ol Cairo pro
dure a good cheap medium, who will
submit to tesls? The Spiritualists and
other Infidel rap the Christian inintsiri-j
over the knuckles lor desiring a little
money to buy bread. They forget that
Spiritual mediums are as voracious us
grasshopper. .Mediums cry alway-:
llnunv ; money."' If the Christian,
must pay the lover- ov cUleken who
preach the Co-peD, they nt lenst allow'
the sinner to go Into the church houses i
and listen without paying; but a disbe
liever who would Investigate Spiritual
ism must pay hls8:i before he can go Into
the darkened room of the medium, and
then must not be too inquisitive. Why
don't the Spiritualists, Ifthey really be
lieve what they preach, act like the 'hrls-
tlaiis whom they abuse build houses,
employ mediums to scatter the truth,
and ay to all the world; "Come and
investigate. Here Is lhe truth, aud It Is
not afraid ot lhe light. It hascca-ed lo be
Hie ineani by which .speculative hotel
keepers and mediums take hard-earned
dollars from those .who wi-h to investi
gate Spiritualism and come at Its great
truths and wonderful beautle-." All the
phituallsts need not reply at onee.
Steamer Jim 1'Uk, Padiicah.
Hlsmarck, St. Louis.
" Fanulu Tatiun, St. Lou'-.
Capital City, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Greyhound, Memphis,
Steamer Jim lTsk, I'aducali.
nismarck, Now Orleans.
I'anule Tatiun, Pittsburg.
CapUal City, YlcUsburg.
Tow-boat C.reyboiiud, Ohio river.
Jim I'isk, Padueah; Palls Pilot, Ste. i
tieuuiieve, South ; Hollo Mumplns, St.
Tho liver last evening was UO foot 11 i
2-rlnehej uiion the gauge, having risen
i nml l..-. lnflii diniiiLr tho iirevhills 21
hours. AtDubiuiuo and St. Paul tho
I'lVer IS UUIIHg inl. l wiumniii; timiwi- '
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nrv; st. Lotus, l'msmirg, .asimitu .inn
The weather in clear mid very Hot
again, nut a sionu ai any iiiuiuein. m
not surpiisi any one.
ar.Kiut.ii. 1 1 tuts.
1 In- U. S. hiingboatJAld goes to Ned
City for repairs. She has been speud
Inir some months lit lied river.
Thu Hobt. t:. Leo has laid up at New
Orleans for a short season, and tho Ouach
ita Hello has taken her place,
On Sunday next wo will have the
elegant packet Hobt Mitchell, Capt. Lew
Kates, tit the wharf to receive freight and
passengers (or all points South,
Tim Tlios. Shtrlock Isou her way
from Xcw Orleans to Cinelnnatl.and will
pa3s tills city to-morrow evening. Pais
cugcrs desiring to travel ou a fast and
legnnt steamer should be ou hand.
which it is situated
A. T.TKl f
".ue!,VB. " "IV !. " 1 " w"
nwnon to me ingnrji oiuor, on
rc.il rslat,n iinck of rorle. 'Inrludliiif
who may iteslrcmnu t,r(rnlD honld ttM1.
Ill NAT. DO niANI.'Rl.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Em- I
1 i ' -;.'-Li i-ire-1.. ixram
The St. Louis Times says : "Suit
was entered to-day by .las. J. Etrln
against Commodore Kountz, for libel Lu
connection with the Missouri river cou
tracts. Damages asked for Is $25,000.
!t Is understood that additional suits will
Capt. Crowi has on exhibition In tb
otllce of the steamer Jim Flsk the tootli
of a mastodon louud lu a gravel bar, ooo
and a hall mites below tlie mouth ot
Green liver, by Prof. Jas. Conwny,
which weighs about 3 pounds, and muur
ures l Inches across the grinding stirfac.
The boat which the Grand Laku coal
company aie building, to take the pUca
of the Grand Lake No. -2 sold totlM
i Valley Transportation company U.tob
220 feet long, -io feet benm wuhSleM
hold, ami to have Hartupcr's compound
engines, the cylinders to be 10 and JM
Inches in diameter, 10 feet stroke.
From the New Orleans Time if
learn that there is n muddle In the Js.O.
iS. Vlcksbnrg maU business. Up to Urn
Otlt of Juno the malls were carried und
Mhe old contract by the regular pick
ets ', but a new oontraotor wsls awarded
the route, on the 1st of July, sud It p
pears that he has not facilities ibr tatcf
ing hi obligations, or at least that tu
malls lire very Irregular now hctwoeu
U' I ' KI'.UITJIENT, ltl VKIi lUeOHt, I '
July'.i, 175. j
FOR MEMPHIS, VICKSBITRQ iV
l he I jirgr Pail and Elegant Slejnwc
Will lenve for the above points on SATUltDAY,
lor fiflclit or pasiape npidy
llullUlny .t Phillip Uharl-boo
horttd or alt
For Paducnh, Evansville, Louitv
villo and Cinoiunati.
The Klegant rasaencer Stcanirr
J. D. PARKER,
It. W. Wisk - MatUr.
I.. M. Kllhoi! Clrrk.
Will Irair for the ahore and all way K)lntiioa
MD.NUAY, July litli.nt to o'clock i. la.
r.l-l. . I. l.- .a. ' I
Hnllliltiy .1 Phillips' wliarf-boaU. 6--.3-31.
Thirty-Third Annual Session
Rnnlnc finnt OQtU
WWJIII WVII . 1 1 1. A
For Circulars Addrcai f
Dr. DeLaokle Miller, OSS Wabuh At.
UNITED STATES MAJWHAL'S IAIJL
In AiluiIrHlty. V
DV vlltccofii wrltof sale Uwx out M Itatl
.l.J nutrli-t court nl tn unlteu suite, far !
isoutliem Dlitrlctnrillinon. m J-auunmy, !
tut on the ii'lh day or June. A. Di 1WS, (, k
iKr, loreanh, t:uiro, lu eaTil District,
1 j til day ef July A D. l.l at 10 o'clock
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tn ba mhl
llllnol, JuneSSta, 1S73
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