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' AHC'AI.O.N I.ODUK, NO. 61,
KlilithU of rj thlm, meet every f rj.
infill hi nan-pum seven, 111 uuu-
Fellows' Hull. Jmo.H
AI.EXANUKIl I.ODUK, NO. 22 .
tjmHmk. Indeirf-ndi lit Order or dd-Jcl-fBf
lows, meet every Tliurmluy liMit
UHP7 at Imff-past seven, In their ball on
oiiimcrclnl avenue. Iwrwceii mxin nnu neve,,,,,
'itinis. T. J. innin, a. u.
1AIHO KNOAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. '., meet;
iin (i.l.l. Kflldwn' Hull on the flrstaild third
Fuesday In every montli, at half-past seen.
a OAIIU) I.ODUK. NO. 2W.A.K. A A. M.
Hold rriftilar communications; In Ma--TLX
miiiIc Hull, corner Commercial atenue
.i,il t-Mirhth ktri4t. rtn tha second and
oiirth -Morula v of each tnonlh.
Haan Ilnlla ofRtpry neerlitlon
I'HII, II. HAW'S.
-l'll.i:.M:itit I.oiiU ller.
ilitK I'riilt Sum,
lit 71 routs m.t dozen ; all tho latest styles
In jolly (flaws. Sealltiir wax In larj(o ami
pmiill quantities at Dati'l llartmim ,
riier Sixth Ktreet.
!MI.Si:Ni:H at I.onU Uerbi-rlV.
lift tin- Ileal.
Dr. Setli Arnold')! CoiikIi Killer the
Kreat eradlcator lor all Htiii? disease a im
pel lor remedy to all other medicines yet
discovered, In severe cnici. Ills a mre,
itil5k, and perfectly ssfo rciucily lor
coughs, cojdi, no re throat, whooping cough
:ronp,and all diseases of the throat and
iiiiiL". Hetall price, 'i .inn w ci'tiinann?!.
Iny bottle that doeii not five relief may he
Ictiirned, and the money will he refunded.
Jr. Stth Arnold' Diarrhua lialssm, '.!.' and
ICinU. Hcmcmher It li warranted. Ar
nold's Millions Mandrake Pills, operating
vlthout sickness and pain. Compounded
by Dr. setli Arnold's Jietncui i.orporaiwi,
Woonsoeket, Jt. I. Sold lj 1'aul (I.Schuh,
-druggist, Cairo, III. rVI.'AV3ui.
"XX Ainlx-r nnil White nir Mock
lvplo)cattlifIli i.i.KTiN olllcf. printed,
50 ami ?l 00 per 31.
(icmiliic Oinirrcss Spring water in hot-
tlef, kept on Ice atd sold lor 10 tent per
Iglasi, 20 cents per bottle, and i'l per dozen,
l tho following placer : I'hll. Saup's Con-
Jlertionery ; .Mctianlcy's and Sohtlh's Drug
store, and I.onts Herbert's lle.taurant.
The Saratoga Congress spring Water Is
put up and lold In bottle only, to Insure Its
original strength and medicinal properties
.III llerherl tin IM IAi:.N i:i(.
A I'litp lt ilileii'r fur Suit- ur Itrnl.
. omcr llolbrook avenue and Twenty
lourtti treet. I-arge yard and garden (s
loU; jilenty of fruit and -hrubbery; good
itablc and carrlagu houu-. Will fell on
very eaiy tcrm. The houi! eontalm ten
room. .1. H. I'iiiu.m-m.
jBq?-I1Il' n.'diictioii In prlo - ol I'calbi r
nuttr, at fklinli's ilniK '-torv1
A cotUiwoiri'lilrti'i iitlifitivet. between
WaMiIuirtoii nvutiuc ami Walnut utrrot
Three largo and very dceirablc family
roonif, fronting on the Ohio, at tho St.
CharltK Hotel, can be had. w lib board, at
Very reasonable rate during tlm .sunmier
uionlhi. Atiundaucuo' pure nir and per
lect ventilation. 7-10-tf.
liii mil! ficc Ilrr.
Landlord ol hotels and boarding hourcs
will linillt to their advantage to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, Laundrer, No 1!! Fourth
utrcct, betwewn Waihlngton und Commer
cial avenue-. Hotel and boarUing-houe
waihlng,7¢Kpcrdozcn. Koi piece work
prices are an follow : Single hhlrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen Mc; ,-oeks be; two col-
t, fie; two handkercblel, fc; veiu UOc;
fd all gentlemen's wear, Klc. per
en. Ladies' 'dMes, 20 to W)c;
ilO to 'iOe; drawer 10 to l&c; two
ana Cu; two collars r to 10c. For la-
llaln clothes fl 00 per ilouu; lor la-
line domes, yi per dozen; none
luptly, and promptly delivered. I a
K . . .
llerberl'H lor I'll.Ni:-
II U I'Hrle
to attempt to clean-e a stream while the
fountain i impure. Dyspepsia, complaints
or tho liver and kldnoyi, eruption of the
.ikln, bcrotula, UcailacUc, and all dicasea
arising from Impure blood, tiro ut ouco re
moved by Dr. Walker' California Vine
gar Hitters, tho grent and infallible puritler
i of tho blood, and renovator of thu xystcm
klthai never been known to fall, provided
the patient had not delayed lining It until
PAlie vitality of his hystcni was too far gone.
t'lieiilirr TIihii I'.ver HnoMii nefore.
Jtfosoirs Self-Sealing Fruit .lars at SI 50
icrdo.en. Kxtra rubbers for Maon s
ult .lars, at Daniel Hartman's. corner
ftfilxth strecL U-'J.i-tl
JftM .olli e of Itciimval.
IJ The well-known barbr khop, corner
B7l.'iulitli ntul r.'aniiiiereial. nreiiidcd nvr liv
'lUo popular artUt, (Jcorgo StclnlioiiHo, ban
removed one door north on Commercial, In
vho Orand Central Hotel. Tho new shop Is
Large and commodious, and those winking
lior anything urtUtie in tho wuy uffiililoii
' able hair cutting, smootk sIihvus, etc., will
.to well to call at tho (Hand Central llarber
At the Hi:i.i.kti.v bindery IS nuinbers,
bound in two volumes, full gilt moi
rocco; cost Sl ; for sale at $U.
-X Hag stock enveloH'.s at the Hi'!
i.ktin olllce, SII 2" per M.
Wo will take, at tho St. Charles Hotel
P during tko summer months, W day boarders
' at per month, andM boarders wltb cool
yleussut room on tho upper Moor, at jU
ermoutu. At tnu extremely low rate
mq but promptly paylog boarders will be
Id. JKWKTT WH.COX .V Co.,
UX 'oodtock euveloiie.s at tin
HNofflec. ?:i 00 per M.
L'ho llnest article of Salad Oil at
SATL'UDAY, AVl.Y III, 1870.
Local Weiitlirr llrport.
C'aiiio, III., July w, IsTS.
7 ii tn.
1 1 lnmly.
THOMAS JONKS, SerRt. H. 8., U.H. A.
Ills Honor, Mayor Henry Winter. !:
rttiinud to tills city Irom .St. Louis
Tlio nilu of tliu past two day" lias
made the Mdewalks ami crossing ot llil
city tnuilily ami disagreeable.
l'be Cairo bams ball el ub has given up
going to I'mliicah to-ilay, but will visit
that city 5miiu time next week.
loiepli SebnaUler'a .St. I.oulu lager
Ix.-er was ainpli.d by u large crowd oltbu
lover of the beverage, at the Planters'
IiiU nlgbt, and jiroiioiinceil exei'lleut.
Henietnber the uuetlon to be held tlite
iiflernoou and evening at Parker & As-
ley's eonimlsslon bouse, on Commercial
ivenui', by Mr. Charles Uclay.
Hurglars nnd thieves mu,t surely be
scarce about tlil.-i city at present, a there
has not been a tbelt or burglary coin"
nilttcd that has couiu to our knowledge
for sevcial week.
A number of the ainiHcment-loviiig
young men of this city are contempla
ting a party, to be given at Liberal He
llgiou- ball some time during lh com
The Police courts were very rpilet ye
terday, nothing of Importance having
taken place in cither ot them, .lodges
Ilros and Illrd are not crowded with
city bulnefs, and they therefore arc at
pre'ent having n very ea-y time of it.
The dog killing buslne.-s, .-inco Cliief
of Police Williams went away, ba.
dropjK'd otfcou'Idenibly. Iog without
miuel.s are about as numerous around
the city a' they wen; before the 'laugh
ter began, ami cecin to Ixi'lncicaMng
Ml-s llettic Klliot, who recently return-
eil from a trip to Hot Springs, and who
ha since her return been the guest of
MIm l.l.ii! .MclCealg.wilt leave to-ilay
ior i.e.Miigiou, ivcuiuckv, to join iier Hs-
ter, MUs Annie Klliot, who lias lieen -
journlng In that city for some time.
A H Arrlanl.
Another man ha' leen made happy,
Mr. Matt. Walsh was on Wednesday pre
sented by his wife witli a bouncing loy,
and the happy father's countenance now
wears it proud smile oyer the youngster
arrival. Mr. .lames .lohn-ou, the grand
itlier, Is said to Imj almoin a high state ot
ood humor, and now sings, "Darling,
am growing old."
lewett Wilcox, at Hie St. Charles, re
joice in the belief that the visitors Irom
Kansas the gras.-hoppers that have
pestered him and his window curtains
for some days past, have to a great ex
tent di-appeared. The Injects played
havoc with hl curtain- and peach trees
mil It w no wonder that he -Hioiiwl re
.... . . . . .
joice now that they have gone.
Mr. Pat Fitzgerald, the extensive liquor
merchant, is now engaged in overhaul
Ing and repainting his sample rooms at
the corner of Fourteenth street and Com
merclal avenue. The rooms, though they
have always been very neat and spaeiou
will present even uinore Inviting npicar
ance when completed than ever.
1'he Taylor Llttrary Society, whlel
now iiumlier'S about twenty member.
are Improving the time between this and
thu 20th ot September, when they will
give an entertainment at the Athencitni
I'he members lire engaged In rehearsing
every night, and nrono-e giving tbel
nudiencu on that occasion an Intcrcstm,
Since tlie Ohio river began rising, that
stream has been lull of drift wood, much
to the pleasure ot many ot tho iiihabl
tantw, both white and black, living In the
upper end of town, who with their skills
run out Into thu ilver, nick un a load of
wood, return to the shore, unload and re
turn for another cargo. Thu river about
Halllday's coal dump is full of (-kills 1
the wood trade Irom daylight until dark
-(.'.A. lieek, division superintendent
of the Illinois Central railroad company
was in tho city yesterday, on business
connected with the road. He was regi
tered at tho St. Charles.
Ocorge w. uould, one ol the pro.
prietors ot tho Moline, Illinois, plow
works, one ot the largest institutions of
the kind In tho State of Illinois, was reg
istered at the St. Charles yesterday.
A number of horses belonging to Per
ry Powers, the livery stablo man, broke
out of their stable yard on Thursday
night, and took a lively run about town.
They made things brisk on Washington
iiyenue about twelve o'clock, by running
up and do tvn that thoroughfare tin co or
four tlmos, nt a break-neck pace, when
they retired to other quarters, where we
learn they performed the samo feat.
They wero nil safely stabled, however,
yesterday morning, bound as ever, being
none the worse for their gambols,
The numerous buildings and other
propel ly of the Illinois Central
railroad company, lately painted by the
company's painters, presents n much
bolter mid neater appearance since the
Improvements hayo been made upon
Mr. Karnest l'cttlt, who has lately en
tered Into the grocery buiness tit the
corner ol Twenty-eighth street and Com
mercial avenue, 1", we nrcglad to learn,
doing a ifonii business, .vir. rcitu is n
hardworking, Industrious young man,
and deserves to prosper, as ho imiloiibtly
Vesterday afternoon, while :i party of
youngster.'', composed of two bojs and
three grlls, were enjoying a riiluon Lake
I'dwanlx, In an old dugout, the boys
want'.d to ".scare the girls a little Jitt to
hear then Mtteal," by rocking the erall
Irom side to side,when It tipped over mid
threw I', e whole party Into the water.
After a good deal of floundering about,
they succeeded in gutting safely on shore,
but it was hard to tell which was the
worst seared, as the bovs did more
"squealing" by half than the girls.
The .Murder iift'itlil. (ittiry.
The murder of Capt. Cl'iiey, which
was committed in such a bold manner at
Carbondale on Wednesday evening, by
oinu member of the Williamson county
bandit', bus created considerable talk In
this city. It is considered here us a last
Ing dlgrace upon tho whole of Southern
Illinois, and the question. usked by all Is,
how long are these outrage' to be pcrpc.
tratcd upon the citizens of this portion
of the .Slate, without some nction being
taken by the .State authorities to put a
top to tliemV Kven the most innocent
arc nut sate while the perpetrators ol
tbee cruel crimes are at large.
To I lie Citizen of t.'nlro.
I would inform my many friend'', that 1
am still in the auction bu-lneM, and ready
to attend to all sales that may offer. My
long experience in this bu-lncss needs no
comment it I no experiment on my part,
and parties entrusting gooda to my care
eed not be ufruid, as I am no "uib" or
vice In the buine!
Special attention given to real estate and
out-door sale, as I have never mlsed mak
log a tale. D. Hahtman, Auctioneer
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Av
On Thursday night, about twelvi
o'clock, Charle Ander.-on, a negro bar
ber between Fifth and Sixth streets, on
Commercial avenue, went to one of the
lamps hanging on the wall of Ids shop, to
xtingul-li it. No sooner had he placed
his baud upon U than It exploded, scat
terlug the oil about the room and In-tan
tly catching lire. For several moments
things looked rather "squally," nnd
would In all probability have wound tq
In the ruination ot thu tiiriiiltire an
building, had It not been lor .luilu lllrd
who with great presence ot mind, went
to work' scientifically, and in a few mo
ments had succeeded lu putting out the
llauics without much damage being done.
Coal oil lamps should be handled tender
ly and with care.
The bae ball players of this .city are
talking of cliarterlng the steamer 'I. v.
Kekert I'or the purpose of giving tin ex
cursion and basket picnic. Capt. Irwin
Dugaii has made them a very reasonable
illcr as regards the price ol tho steamer
for a demonstration of this kind, and It
probable it will be accepted. The
Kekert will go up the Ohio river, provid
ed the excursion is undertaken, as tar as
Faducah, where they will remain long
enough for the club to get oil' and play
the Jdlewilds of that city a ga)ne of ba'e
ball, and start on her return trip to till
city about six o'clock In the evening. A
string band will also be engaged to lur-
nUh music for a dance. The excursion
Will oc goucii up in iirsi-cuiss M.we, .urn
!1, . f .,,..nl. .. I .... -. ...
will orovu a suiuwu ui inucii iiiviisiii i.- iu
an who pariicijiuiu in u.
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The lSuLuvn.v was yesterday piesented
bv Mr. Gerould. suiTeriiitcndent of Uie
Cairo City Gas works, with two beauti
ful engravings of the noted trotting
lior.-es,"CoiiimonwcAltlt,'and "Phil Sher
idan." botli owned by .Mr. dohu D. Far-
num, of Hose Hill, Waltham, Mas-achu-
setts, who N one of the principal stock
holders aud president of the gas compa
ny in this city. Mr. Farniim is an ar
dent admirer of the noble animal, the
horse, and has at Hose Hill :do.en or
more of the llnest horses to be found lu
the Fast. "Commonwealth" seems to
be Mr. Farnum's favorite; the hor-e i
about eight vcar.s old, aud trotted at
Heacoii Park! in 1S74, In 2:2 1, the time
being the fastest ever made (with ono ex
ecution! bv u seven year old stallion.
"Phil Sheridan" U nlso a llyer, havlnj
made a public record nt Heacon Park in
September, 1S7-1, of 2-20L
4ur mturiteNrMiiiir Mitclilue.
The cheapest and best Sewing Maclduo
now nuuiutacturcd for family use Is the
Wilson. We certainly would use no
other. It works wltli equal facility on
muslin, doth, cambric, tarletan, tlatibel
and leather. It does not paralyze the
spine or wear out thu operator In any
way, neither does It demand an Incessant
stoppage to llml out where the dllllciilty
is, us none exists. There is no dillleulty.
It runs smoothly aud evenly, hems, fell
tucks, gathers and binds. It does the
llnest and most beautllul work on cam
bi le and linen. It also lias the merit of
being cheaper than any other llrst-elass
sewing machine. It docs not get out ol
order nor break needles, nor slip, nor
nucker the cloth. So complete has thu
Wilson Sewing Machine been made, by a
skillful combination of brain and mus
ele, that It has left, nothing to bo desired.
Machines will bo delivered at any rail
road station lu thia county, free of trans
portation charges, If ordered through the
Company's Ilrnnch House, at Xo. Oil)
North Fourth street, St. l.ouls, Mo.
Thev send an elegant catalogue and
chromo circular, Ire, on application
Tills Company want n lew more good
Planters' House : Mrs. Anna Din
ger, Columbus, unto; i.. u. noier,
Texas; II. K. llnnford, Cincinnati ; A.
W. King, St. Louis.
Dclmonico : E.S. .Sous and brother,
Memphis ; .lames Ifosey, New Orleans ;
C. Stock, Cincinnati; it. is. rowers, Can
ton, Mlsllppl ; .L L Finney, Virginia ;
Ole Uelz, New Orleans.
Uiund Central : t.. iierron.'.Carbon-
dale ; .1. (J. Owens, Maysvlllc, hy. ; K. V.
Hcrndon, Maysvlllc, hy.; Mrs. h. .Scott,
Memphis ; .1. II. Olbbons nnu wile, fcr.
-ouls; Isaac Powell, Louisville.
.St. Charles :-K. .L Killock, St.
Louis; D. C. Karrlngton, Chicago; C.
A.IIeck, Centralla; -Mrs. .J. n. .Miner,
'aducah: K.T. Garduer.Cbicago ; Capt.
lames Morris, Ullin ; h. J. Ilyan, .St.
Louis ; S. A. Porter, .Macon, Ucorgic ;
II. P. Swortz. Wnshlngton ; W . II. .Mat-
tack. St. Louis; Geo. I). Oould, Moline,
Illinois ; .1. S. Harris, Chicago.
We have this day received Irom lau
kakce, and have for wile nt our stand",
the best ol Lake Ice. i e will sell to our
patrons at the reduced prfccs,on nnd after
the llrst ot August. W Tmoo.
-Dl-Qt. H. Cl'.NIMIT.
They call It "cine water"
The Council will soon go Into Krx:l
The Knights of I'ythlos propose to
go into uniform when It stops raining.
A tax-payers' league Is on the tapis
Huefner proposes to establish a chess
Send In vour lob minting to the
ItuM-crix. Prices low. and work iloin;
by the best ol printers.
Mavor Winter having returned irom
the hippodrome, we may now cxpec
Marshal William, from the circus.
The county assessment has created
finite u stir. Peonle are beginning to
swear nt high u"Cssments and big taxa.
Our dancing young man ha' become
anlnilUtoroftlie trombone. We liav
not. vet decided whether we like bun
most as ii clog man or a brass band.
We have now the workmen and ma
terlal to do as line job printing as can be
done lu the West, or Kast for that mat
ter. Our prices, al'o, are lower than the
Probably the man who shot Suttar
will come out of his hole now that Suttar
Is out of danger. He has nothing to tear
now. Irvln has concluded to not cai
ture him not by any means
We suggest that prayers for the ces
sation of rain be at once Inaugurated
Something must lw done to stop this out
nourliiL'of the clouds, and since we can't
do anything ebe, let us go to prayin
i -, ,
The .Vim of ye-terday evening con
tallied this sentence: "Tills afternooi
looks more favorable. Signs of clear
ing." The Sun was delivered in a pelt
IngVafn. I'reilletloiis are mighty un
The Orange Ulossom controversy Is
w-r. it vasa young controversy; but nil
journalists have sucb before they get out
of their small clothes. This Item has
been inserted into the'e local colonies
without the knowledge or consent of the
young gentleman who looks through
them monarch of all he surveys.
The .s'mi wants to know "What
amount ot stock had been Isued up to
the time the new board ol directors took
hold of the Cairo it St. Louis HailroadV"
and "What Is the amount of bond or
mortgage debt that has been created by
the company';'' What does the .Vim take
us for? An old memory box? We
don't remember how much stock had been
Issued, but believe that nearly $1,000,000
had been. We believe that nearly
?:i,000,000 mortgage bonds are
on the road. The .Vim can
get the exact llgures by applying to
p j Taylor who
ias the records or
i nn nr ii.,,.,,
The .Vint says : "The Hcm-htix man
mil Ur. Thayer are both poets. Pity
they did not llnd it out earlier. One Is
a Xight-filoouiing Ccreus poet, and the
other is a ilea-awav noet. Uoth are
good, but the Hum.kti.v man Is ahead."
We can endure to have the .sm abuse us
lu anv manner but this. To even Intimate
that we did the ilca-away rhymes that
adorned our colunics yc-tenlay, Is a mor
tal otlciisc Hint can only be wiped out,
in blood. Wo have accordingly challeng
ed Davis, and intend to send his soul out
or his head, after the Denton manner of
exit send It out In the shape of a lumi
nous balloon,:! fearful warning to all who
may desire to Insult us by intimating
we are a llea-away or any other kind of a
I'or nil Female CoiiinlniulH,
ill voung or old, married or single, at
the dawn ol womaliood or tho change ol
life, Dr. Pierce's Favorlto Prescription
manifests such a positively remedial iu-
lluence as to can lortn the loudest praiso
front all who use It.
Mr. .loii.v A. ivimzky, druggest, oi
Knob Noster, Mo., writes as follows.
"Dr. Pierce. Ilutl'alo. N. Y.. Dear Sir
Your medleeiies sell better than any
other I keep, and give universal satisfac
tion. The peopioare especially ueiiguieu
with your Favorite Prescription, and It
seems to be a favorite among all that
have ever used it." It is sold by drug
gist and dealers in medicines.
Oornor XUSMa.tlx Bltx-oot
WM. WBTZBL, Propttator.
TIIUSTV wftlcli kept niKUt and day for
trains ami slrummiau
Tli li.ni nf lu-coimuodaUonii
guesu at Two Ittflur H-r ilav,
Steamer .llni Flsk, Paducah.
" City ol Vlcksburg, St. Louis.
.John A.Scuddcr, X. O.
row-boat KanawhaXo. 2, Pomeroy.
Steamer Tim FNk. Paducah.
" City ol Vlcksburg, Vlcksburg.
" John A. Seudder, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Kanawha Xo. 2, St. Louis.
lllVKIl AMI WIUTIIKK.
The river last evening was 10 feet
1-.1 Inches on the gauge, having risen
Inches during the previous 21 hours.
V rise of from :i to ,1 fi-ot morn Is calcu
lated upon Horn reports received fiom
points above. The signal olllce report
shows the condition of the rivers el-c-
W e were visited by bright sunhni(!
yesterday morning, which laled until
hslf-jia-l I last erenlng, when an angry
looking storm passed south-east of the
city, oiia wing of it reaching over u.
Neither the wind or rain were ve ry
They aro eompbdnlng
of the boi
weather at Xew Orleans.
Diver .Inn. O wycr, of the T. P. Kck
rt. Is at the sunken steamer W. .1. lle-
han, near Slireveport, and telegraphs that
he can raise her, and yesterday Captain
Uugan sent him a pump 1" chiirge of Kn-
L'lneer Ike Walder. together with all
things necessary for the work.
I'he destruction to crops and proper
ty by the s.torms of the past few day
has been Immense, i lie river com
menced rising at Memphis day before
yesterday from local storms, and there
Is a strong probability that the lowlands
south will all be Inundated. Such . Hood
at this season never was known, and will
bo terribly disastrous. Very heavy
drift passed here yesterday.
The Xew Orleans Times ot the iMth,
-av: "Capt. M. W. Francis, the prac
tical diver and wrecker, left for Slireve
port on Tuesday morning, via Galveston,
to lend a helping hand to raise the . .1
Ilehan. He will also Inve-tigate tho
chances of wrecking the Lizzie Ilea,
sunk some time ago in Tppcr lied river,
He will be apt to llml the Ilehan alloat
when he gets there.
WaK IJEI-AHTMLXr, IHVKI UEI1JHT,
AIIOV E fllANUE.
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XiislnilU- SI o I II
at. Urnls -a n 1
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Puducah, Shnwnootown, Evans
villo. Louisville. Cincinnati
and all way landings.
ltif unriul!d nlde-wlm-l trjiner
U. Fowleu ".." Mu-ter.
i.u. It. Thomas CU-ik.
111 W i- V.vainvtmefor Cairo every MONDAY
nn,ITIimtS)IIAY ut I O'clock 1. III.
beaics CulroeUTy'I'CKfjDAY and t'ltlDAY.nl
i; o'clock p. in
The legant flilc-wli-l ttraiiK-r
Has ll0WAi:i Master.
Waltlii II. 1csm.((ITON Clerk,
Will leave Kvanaville for Caln every TUKS-
DAY anil FltlDAVat 4 o'clock p. in.
Will Imvp Cairo everv WKD.NKsDAY' and bAT-
UltDAY utl) o'clock p. m.
The elegant elde-wlieel ateamrr
Jons Ciorr Musttr
Mat. Wiluaji Uerk.
Leaves Kvansvllle for Culro eerv WKD.VK3-
DAY" ami sATUItADY at S p. lu. c.k. ,
Leaves Culro every lHUUaDAY and SU.SDAY
at Up. in.
Kacli boat makes close eonnectlom ut Cairo
with llrM-WH-u .linmera fur Sit. liuls, Jli ui-
pliUundNew Orlciins, and ut Ktansrllle with
the K.AC. Il.lt. for all pnlnt North nnd bait,
aud with the LoiiUville Mall Ptramer lor nil
i.oInU on tin- Upper Ulito, KlviuK tlu-oUKh re
celpta on irelKhls uud puisvugeri) to all points
t or fnrtlitr inronnation iippiy to
JsOJ.. blLVKU, Vusnngcr Asf nt.
IIAI.I.IDAY HltOS., .... ,.u
J.M. l'HILI.ll'S, AklIl,J
Or In (i J. i:itAMIKIt,
Suiierlntfiulent and General r'relElit Aprt-nt,
lJ-3.-.sj.ly. Kvaiitvulc linlluua.
Com-cUsl Dully by K. M Steunm, comnilsslon
nu-rciiaiu, isecreiary oi me wiiiro iiuum ui
Klour, acconllnit to gnule...
r!,irii. iulxisl. surktsl
Corn, Willie, (lucked
nrun, jii-r ion-
Meal, ilium ilrled ,
llutter, cliolcu Northern
luittcr,ciioice souinern in.
Turkeys, per doen
Apples, clioloe, per ban el..
IMiaioi-ii, jkt imrrei
Onlgiii, jwr lurrel -
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE 0XIT and CHEAPEST WA00N MAN
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-FourtU Street
To Ire Oimnmeni.
The undersigned being convinced that
present low price of Ice entails a loss
upon the dealers, hereby agree that on
and nfter Sunday, August 1st, the price
ol Ice shall be ns follows: For SO pounds
and upwards nt. 7" per 100; less than
f0 pounds at anyone time, at the rnte of
$1 per 100 pounds.
Ht'st:. Loo.Mts .v Co.,
i-.RMI .IOII.V M-IIOAT.
A full lino of Importe i, Key West and
lidT Oo to Chas. SclKK-nnicyer's
your Ice-cold PILSKNKIl. T-25-lw.
Sit .1 In I like About it.
If )oti wish aifood clg.irgo to Cowper-
Ihwall Jn Phillips', 1M Commercial avenue.
The l uliiii Ili iievoleiit Aniorlitlloii.
The Union llonevoleiit Association wishes
to Inform the public tint it wa organVed
September 11th, 1BTI, aud begs pardon for
co.ulngout at such n lata date; but ow
ing to the hard tltnc we have been de
layed. We are now happy to annouueo,
that wo have been successful far, and
ready at any time for the accsptanco ol
members or petitions for tho same. Time
of meeting, Friday before tho, second Sat
urday In cash inontn. 11 u n i-'iiih street.
between Commercial and Washington nv
enue. H. Tfiini.K, rrciiient,
P. Adams, Vlec-l'rcslilcnt.
L. W. IIakkk, Scoretary.
.More Knum lor Ilcul.
The lower story of the house occupied
bv William Winter, the artist, on Sixth
street. Lmiuhe of Win. Winter or Or
Parker. Mus. .Iim.ia Davis.
(iron I lltMliirtlou.
First-class room and board nt the Ar
lington House, at 2-i$ per month.
Tikis, It. hi.t.irt, Proprietor.
SkS" Clias. Scb(X'Uineyerhas that No.
1 beer PI I.SKXF.K always on band.
IMI.Ni::it lit l.oul llcrberl'H.
GREAT BARGAINS !
As I am hurras j td to death from state
tiients Irom New Vork, 1 urn compellgd to
sell my entire stock of Clothing nt an Im
mense oaerlllcc. Ike Wai.hkii,
T-10-tf . Corner Sixth and Ohio Kcvce
Last Thursday evening, on Kighth
street, between llnder's store nnd circus
grounds, a lady's small amethyst breast
pin. The Under will be rewarded by
leaving at lli't.i.KTi.v olllce. 7-lII-tf.
IIEEIt at Charle.
A .silver jilatcd No. 9 Wilson Shuttle .Sow-
liifc' Maphlue, hard (piano) lluhli, valued nt
is.'i. Will be sold at $20 discount, on food
terms, and ordered direct from the factory
A No.O WlUen Sliuttle Ooss lug Macltiuv
valued nt s-Tfl. Will be sold at td.'i illoount
and ordered direct frrni the factory,
A $00 ICi'liiliiKlou ScwlDg MaoIilne-f-IO
olf for ca-h. .Suitable for tailor or boot and
At a barsatn, and on good terms, a Howe
Sewing JUcMuo. May liu teen at thu Com
pany's ollice, corner Sltith street niul Com
mercial. KOU SAI.K.
"ricturusipio Auierlca" i numbers
bound in - volumes, full J.-IU Morocco ;
Aityj"K," -'Cloush, Warren .t Co.V
l'arlor Oryan, riKht from the factory at De
troit. I.istprli'0,t-3(W. Will be told Tor
A noiv tivo-horso Gamble wagon.
Kor any of tho above articles', apply at
tho IIullktin olllce. K. A. IluiiNKrr.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from the cf.
feet of errors and abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediment to mar
riage removed. Hew method ot treatment.
New nnd remarkable remedies. Hooks
and elrculars sent free, lu healed envelopes.
Address, HOWAltD ASSOCIATION, 410
N. Mnth tdrect, Philadelphia, l'a. an Insti
tution having a hlfh reputation for honor
al lu conduct and professional skill.
Notice to Contractors.
SKA I.KI) proposal will U-rei-ehed ul the of
llceofllie liovi-rnor. In IspriiiK'tlelil, imtil
noon of Alisust lull, ls7S, at which time tliey
will beoH-iusl, In Hie presenco of Hie bidder",
for the eivcllon and coinplelloii of Hit
of the Illinois Soutlicrn Hospital for tlieluume,
ut Anna, Union county. Illinois.
All blus snail enow me esiuuaim i-ui u uiw
material to he liirnl'liwl and ot tli.- work to In
done of each description in detail as In the ope-,
cltlcatloni and each proposal must be accom
panied by n bond ofone thousand dollars, slmi
l liy at least llin-c suretlei. The mece-sUd hid-
ir i.ii..ll I..- minimi In chci bond to the I'eo-
Die of the .State in the sum of twn huiidred thou
sand dollars fur the faithful wrforiiuini-e ol the
rontract. The lioanl resencsllie right lit leject
any and all Mils, If deemed for the Interest ol Hit
glatetodoso. . , ,,,, , ...
Plans and siiet-lllratlons will lie on exhibition
at the ollli-e ofthe coinmlsiloiiers, in Anna, oil
IkSS u-h.ra finv nf t ti lnw
can be seen rropoials must Imj enclosed In
sealed envelopes, endorsed : "l'mjiosuls for the
i-iecllou of the South Wlnir," and addiel 10
the "lliianl of Conunlssloiier for the em'llon ol
the BOiltliem Illinois lusaiie.inyiuiiii imi smi
eruorllverldKe,Spiliiglleld,iyiiioU; It. If. S I JlttihSSj,
i , ' , , i; t' i
r M 'mAIoXK,
.lull- s, n;.', Commlssliiai-rs.
vhtueofHii t-xeeutlon to me dln-cted by
r ,i... ni..ri ..r ii... .-in-nlt rjiiiri or lrnlon
county, In Iho State of Illinois, hi .favor of VVII-
Ham Nlslx't. aud
nitaliit William M.
wrlth Ijirken . Iloleii.
I k..:. I.vVhI niyi the fill uwllltf lie-
the county of
liiarter or the i.orlluve.t iiiarltT or
In township sixteen (no '" "'J. .T
one (I) writ orlhc thlnl prbic l-J,
,i... ....tutu-fA vxaiitli-r mid Mulfiiflinnois, as
oi lillliuijf, iu-n..
oiiVo erty or the said William . iirowii,
lihil-i. r l,1l i tttt at null o sal at tliesouth
dour ?r the com "use lu the city ofl'alro,
'm the 13th i1y of Auginl. A l. 1HT.V at the
i r of 11 o'clock a m.. foreush, tosatlsly said
.leeiiUon. AI.KX. II. IHVIN,
SherlU'of Alexander County, Illinois.
Luho, Illinois, JulyWnd, b7&, did.
R. W. MILLXR,
i . . a
And ilnler In rim
PLOUH, MEAL, GRAIN HAY,1'
.vs OHIO LEVER.
Commission Mercbant-tbat at
Ami UKAi.tn in
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City Hatloari Bask.
WII.I. sell lncar-1'Hul lot at uuntfaclilrf ra
. prk-en, aililinK t'rclslit,
JOHN B. PHIIXIS
(HUM--sor to John 11, l'UUIIa)
Commission Merchants"11'" 0
And Dndcra In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
HEAL, BXAJt, U. (cat of '
Aganta for LA.FL1H ItKAMD ftWDU CO ha8J
ICoraer Tenth Street ut Ohio Jeitriati
7. D MaUiues.
MATHUSS 6c UHL,
Commission Merchants 1,91,1 A
, . tparateil
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
04L Ol&io Iiovoo.
No HI Ohio I.etrv,
K. J. Ayrea. 8. D. Ayre.
AYRES Sc CO.,
HVA4T. 1-AllKEn U, II. CUXN1NUIIAM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(-successors to Miller A fstker,)
And Dealer in
WHEAT, MBAL, GRAIN, HAY,
fl OHIO I.ILVI.IC.
!nj-Vhave leasisl the IjirK Yellow Vl'are t ft
house, stoniKe capuclly a,no Ions, which glfM mg
us ample facilities Cur storing and shipping ml-
C. N. HUGHES,
Orr Xatinui Vbl'i.
Vlrsl-Clsas Companies reprt
S AFFORD, MOBSIS
AND C ANDES,
73 OHIO LEV,
City lUttoaai laak BuUduif . p-ttalr.
Th. OldaatUWUhdAjoy U isuU ,
165 OOO OOO.
rpllis Is toglva noUcsi, Tharon the win day of .
L Jul)'. 1), 1S7&. aa alias Warrant Ib',,
llsnkruotey was Uaued agalast IM estala ta.
rialrbonw Wliiatoa, laUofCalro.Hli..puiBow -
of the County of fnlssil and. ISISUM Illinois. m
'r'! m.- :i.,. .- a..
runt, to urovatlislrdabtil. and W.eb?;
IJIiwAsSlgntwof his wutr.wlll Uh
the eoiiniy oi AitaautHr, . u.
lisn, rU-l.tr, o ihe Istn day V'
1.74, at fto'cloek.a. m. c5Ji iKP'ni.
U.S. JaarsUalaaMeogsT, SootHsw vm., w.
... ... lu. uMii.Im.1 . httlTUUL di niauwn '
Utery of uy proiirtr Llon4t to such l";-.,
nt low": "tf sift? ymi I V
any properly by fit IJJI fc
1 1 1 i ta nsMiinir ui aaaai .minuii w i
i will Ukl
(1 hang 1
I a blti
Fa , thl
ben sin I
laid to '
. it aw
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