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AHUALON LODOIK, NO. 61.
Ksiajtts of I'jriliUs, meet every Fri
day atfltt at hair-past if Ten, in Odd
fellow' Hall. Jjtu.H. Uummam,
ALKXANDKIl LODGE, JJO. 24.
i lodepea.lrnt Onlcr of Wd-relj
L'ommnrlil nvrnuc. Inhwn Hlxth anil Seventh
ilmli, TJ KtHtil, N. (I.
CAinO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. , mwl;
In odd-rellowa Hall on the lint anil third
I'ntwlay In every month, at hair-pMtaeTrn.
CAIIIO LODGE. NO. 237, A. K. AA. M.
am- Hold regular communications InMa-
aTr-i 1 1 -I i . . . i'ammhkI.I .rpmin
numu linn, w.iii viin.MMv.-i -
f and KUrtith street, on toe second and
on rlli Alonitar vi tacit uionut.
The undersigned haa this day sold out
Lis city Ice business to Mc?r. Husc,
Lootnls & Co.
All bills due him for let; In tin: city,
Irc-m tho 1st of August, will lm collected
by IIuc, Loomls & Co.
Thanking the public for the favors they
liave conferred upon him he bogs n con
tinuance for the latter Arm.
The tickets Issued by him will lxi re
ceived by Huc, Loomls A Co., for let-.
L'airo, III., August !, 1B7G. 8-1-1 w
PILUXMER I.onla Herbert'.
BaaaBalla or Every Ifcrlilun
To tbe t'ltiirtiN of Cnlro.
I would Inform my many friend, that 1
mo mill In the auction bu-in-n, and ready
to attend to all salca tbat may oiler. My
Ion; eipetlcnco In thli business needs no
comment I U no experiment on my pail,
aad partlei entrusting gooda to my care
need not be afraid, a I am no aqulb" or
novice In the business.
8pclil attention tjlvcn to real estato and
out-uoor tales, an t have never missed raak
lug a tale. 1). HahtmaM, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth ttrect nnd Commercial Av.
9&X Rag stock envelope nt the Rut.
LKTIN ofllce, $3 25 per M.
No .Wlatake About II.
If you wish a trood clargo to Cowptr
thwalf A Phlllip', 120 Commercial avenue.
A Fine Rnldtni r for Hair or Hut.
Corner lloltirooU avenue and Twenty.
foutUi ftreel. Larc yard and garden (6
lota); plenty of fruit and shrubbery; good
table ami carriage bou-e. Vi 111 pell on
very eay term. The homo contains ten
rooms. .1. ll. Phillips.
A cottage on Thirteenth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
6- 13-tf. Apply to Dr.. Smith.
Three Urge and very desirable family
room, fronting on thn Ohio, at tho St.
Charles IJotel, can bo had.wltb board, at
very reasonable ratca during tbo Summer
months. Abundance of pure air and per-
fert vantllatlon. 7-10-tf.
More Koom for Kent.
The lower story of the house occupied
by William Winter, the artist, on Sixth
street. Enquire of Win. Winter or Dr.
Parker. .Mits. .Iclia Davis.
tVoula Herbert !ia PIMKXKH.
Uo anil Kcc Her.
Landlordi ot hotels and boarding bouses
vtlll find it to their sdvantwfo to call upon
lira. Coleman, Laundress, No l!i Fourth
street, between Washington and Commer
cial avenue. Hotel nnd boarding-house
washing, 75 cents per dozen. Koi piecowork
price are as tollown : Slmjle skirt and col
ar, 10c; per dozen 80c; ock 6c; two col
lara, 6c; two handkerchlela, 6c; vct i!0cj
and all gcntlemen'a wear, 80c. per
dozen. Ladle' dreuet, 25 to 60c;
aklrtalO to 20c; drawer 10 to 15c; two
nair hoie 6c: two collar! 6 to U'c. For In
dies' plain clothea $1 00 per doeen; tor la
dles fine clothet, 1 25 per dozen; done
dromptly, and promptly dclhered. Ta
Go to Lonia Herbert' for III,HI
Ftrst-clatJ room and board at the Ar
lington House, at 20S per month.
Tnos. B. Eti.ts, Proprietor.
Notice of Iteiuoviil.
The well-known barber ahop, comer
Cightb and Commercial, prchldcd ov:r by
tlie popular artHt, George Btelnhoune, baa
removed one door north on Commercial, in
Jit Qrand Central Hotel. Tho new shop is
large and comraudinut, and thohe wishing
for aoyihlng artistic in tbe way of fuMiion
ble balr cutting, smooth Miavee, etc. will
Jo well to call at tho Grand Central Ilarber
At tho Bulletin bindery 18 numbers,
bound In two volumes, full gilt inor
rocco; (?t W4; for unle nt $ 10.
JXX Woodstock euvcloics nt the
Ul'LLKTiN odlce. S3 00 per 51.
The TJnloa Beaevoleut Aaaociatlou.
Tbe Union Benevolent Assocl -Hon wishes
to inform the nubile that it was ortran 7ed
September lltb, 1874, and begs pardon for
co.arog oui at such a late date ; out ow-
lnv to tho bard times we have Decn un-
laved. We are now hatxiy to announce
that we have bean successful o far, and
ready at any time for the acceptance ol
members or petitions for tno same, time
nfmaetlnir.Frid iv before tbe second Sat-
urdaV in each month. Hall on Filth ttrect,
between Commercial and Washington nv
nuoi. II. Tugui.ii, President,
P. Adams, Vice-President.
L. W. Dakeu, Secretary.
It ia Vaelea
to attempt to cleanse a ntrcaui whllo tho
fountain la impure. Dyspepsia, complaints
or thii liver and kidneys, eruption! or tbe
akin, acroiula, headaches, nnd til diseases
arising from Impure blood, are at once re
moved by Dr. Walker's California Vine
gar Bitters, the great and infallible purlticr
of the blood, aud renovator of the system,
U has never neen known to fall, provided
tbe patient bad not delayed using it until
tbe vitality ot bis system was too far gene.
TIIUHSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1875.
Iicnl Wentlier Reatorl.
Cairo, III., AukiiM 11, 147.1.
Ham, I Tut. tViNO. I Vat. I Weatiikb
'..7!)'7 I To M". T Thtia t.
T3 .V W. t I Klr.
tl.m , 7fi' S.tV. I 12 I "
TIIOMAH JO.VKS, HiTgt. S. .S., V- 8. A.
By an ttnlortunatc ml?hap In the pre??-
room of the Buli.k i is ofllcc on night Ik
fore last, the forms of the paper could not
be worked oil. The matter has been
remedied, u our readers will sen by the
appearance or tin- paper as muni tins
60,00(1 envelopes, all grade and prices,
Just received tit the Bulletin Job ottice,
Still They Come,
Cowperthwnlt & Phillips have just re
ceived a iresh lot of I.a HonDe Santiago
Cigar. Try them. 8-ll-lw.
Nothing of any Interest wan done in
the police courts yesterday. That Globe
Dtmotrat dispatch has even ."cared trie
bummers out of town.
Mr. Henry Wel., of the firm of J. Bur
ger, who, some week ago, left Cairo for
a visit to Xow York city, has returned.
Khlilng In th(-Ohlo river at tbeuioutlis
of the .sewers Is the priuoipal pastime of
a large number of white and black boys
Nl. Mary's Park Afnln.
The question of Improving and beauti
fying St. Mary's Park is agnln being agi
tated, but what it will come to, wo arc
unable to ay.
The sto-uner Kckert left the wharf
Tuesday morning for the wreck of the
sunken steamer A. .1. Baker, which lies
near Thebes, fnpt. Fred. Davis wn one
of the paacngerF.
On the RUeiAtjalli.
The Ohio river has again taken another
turn, and Is now rUIng slowly. The
rise was occasioned by the heavy rain of
Uood butter Is as scarce in Cairo us
dust, ami If some enterprising fellow
would step In with a few hundred pound',
he would make finite a "pee."
The members of the Taylor Literary
Society are engagi-il ut present In rehear
lug tor the entertainment to bu given by
thcni, and which will take place on or
about the tenth day of September next.
Tbe passenger train on the St. I.ouis,
Iron Mountain and Southern railroad,
which arrives lit this city when on time
at two o'clock In the mornlug, was five
hours late yesterday.
The I'nlon County k'nlr.
Quite a number ot the people of this
city have signified their Intention to at
tend the Union county fair, which tnkc
place on tlie lith, 15th, lCilt and 17th of
It Is talked about town that a number
ofyouug men of this elty, members ol a
lately organized boat club, have decided
to enliven the preseut dullness of the
season by giving an entertainment tit the
Ten pound letter heads, large size, Car
lisle paper, rated two cents higher than
any other paper ucd In Cairo for print
ing letter heads ordinary composition
only $4 50 per thousand at the Bullktin
The dedication of the African Metho
dist KpUcopal church of this city will
take place on the l'Jth day of next month.
Several noted colored clergymen
will be present on the occablon,
among whom will be Bishop Way man,
ot Baltimore, Maryland.
Many of the citizens ot Cairo, who had
cointemplatcd a holiday andn visit to
Charleston, Missouri, next Friday, are
dlf appointed. Tho decision ot .Judge
Xapton of the Supremo Courtofthe Statu
of Missouri In tho King murder case, has
upset their anticipated pleasure, and they
will stay ut home. King won't be hung,
From the Black Hill.
Mr. Fred Jvoehler, who sorao time ago
left Cairo for a trip to the Black Hills,
after a ramble through that much talked
of country, has returned home. He re
ports favorably of tho etlmate, country,
etc., aud declares that were It not for his
business Interests hew, ho should mako
it his stopping place for good.
We understand that Mr. D. .1. Galll
gnn, to whom was awarded tho contract
tor the construction of brick sidewalks on
Eighth street, between Washington av' j
nue and Walnut stecct, north side, and
on Washington avenue, cast side, be
tween Eighth nnd Xlnth streets, has pro
cured tho necessary materials aud will
soon rommoneo work on same.
A special term of tho Johnson rounty
Circuit Court will bo held, commencing
on Monday, the 30th lust., for the pur
poso of trying tho Gup ton case. It will
be remembered that owing to tho Illness
OI oiuijju, .nuiKey, yupiuii'H uiiumtj,
this caso was postponed ut tho May term
oi the court, It being announced at the
same time that a special term would be
held for tho purpose of trying It.
A gentleman of this city, who recently
traveled on the same car with one of the
Bnlliners of Williamson coftnty, say
that notwithstanding nil the lust that has
been made about these noted characters,
the ono ho saw looks aud talks Just like
any other man.
Nothing ha lieen heard or seen of the
individual who took unto hlmx lf a num
ber of coats, vests, several pairs ot
breeches nnd other articles from the
residence of ex-Mayor John Wood a lew
days ago, and the party, whoever hols,
will, uo doubt, enjoy the profits of his
great amount ol check, now, without
No I Returned Tet.
Tho line grey mam hired to the negro
woman, Mien Wadkln;, by Mr. Perry
Powers, ou Friday, nnd who Is supposed
to be the woman found In the Ohio river
on Sunday, has not yet returned, and all
hopes of recovering the animal have been
given nil. The mare, (-addle and bridle
were valued by Mr. Powers at one hun
dred and llftv dollars.
From Mr. Walter B. Pettl, who, for
some days past, has been traveling In
Missouri In the Interest ol the llrmof
Stratton k Bird, grocers of this city, we
learn that the corn and tobacco crops
In tho vicinity of Sikeston nnd other
neighboring localities will be very large,
This is a different tune tlian that warbled
by the farmers who recldo where the wa
ter creeps over the levee.
Oar Fire I.lmll.
The Council, at Its session held on Tues
day evening, amended the ordinance rcia
ting to the tire limits by striking there
from blocks 6 and 11, said blocks being
on Ohio Ixivcc aud Commercial avenue.
between Twelfth nnd Fourteenth streets.
By this action of the Council, Mr. P.
Cuhl will be enabled to nt once commence
the erection of a frame warehouse on
block C, which be has been intending to
do for some time pat.
Two gentlemen of this elty, admirers
ot the national game, one of whom Is a
a arrat friend of the St. I.ouis club, and
the other an admirer of the Phlladcl
phias, before the iamo was played be
tween the two nines At Philadelphia on
.Monday, made a wager, one
backing the former and the other the
latter club, to the amount of one hun
drcd dollars. The Philadelphia; won by
a score oflC to 0.
In anticipation ot n little fun on the
police imcstlou, a large crowd assembled
at the council chamber on Tuesday night
There was, however, not a word said in
relation to the police, and had it not
been for quite a lively time over the ques
tion of allowing a bill of Chief of Police
Williams amounting to $2 for killing
four dojr, which question occupied the
principal time or our nujrutt counselors,
the crowd would have been disgusted at
the otherwise quiet proccdlngs.
The meetings of the city council of
Cairo, for many month, past, have at
tractcd .-carecly any notice, bo far as the
attendance of citizens has been concerned,
until very recently. But within the past
few weeks, the attendance at each meet
ing has been large, occasioned, undoubt
edly, by the blight differences of opinion
manifested by Ills Honor, the mayor,
and a number of tbe aldermen, and from
present appearances, the meetings of this
strong minded body promise to create
even a greater feeling of curiosity and a
larffcr attendance than ever before.
That infeniHl printer made us put our
toot into it again by making Mr. T. B.
Ellis Instead of Mr. Chas. F. Xellls treas
urer of the Citizens' Association. Mr.
Ellis was not present at the meeting on
Monday night, aud Is understood to be
one of the Sun's backers In its light
against the Association. Mr. Xellls was
present, took great interest in the meet
ing, was elected by acclamation, and
will, we have no doubt, prove to be a
competent aud faithful officer. The prin
ter who made the mistake has gone to
join his ancestors In the "blue beyond."
The excursion which was to nave been
glvcu by the Knights Templar of Ibis
city, ou board the steamer Kckert this
evening, has been postponed un
til some time during tbe coming week,
tbe Kckert haviug received orders from
headquarters on Monday night, to leave
Cairo Tuesday 001010; tor the scene
ol the sunken stcumer A. J. Baker, near
Thebes. Captain Dugan, however, as
sured tho Knights that he would return
to this city with the Eckert In duo time
to carry out their friends some night
next week, 10 the disappointment to
many who were anticipating a glorious
time will not be so great as it would bad
the excursion been given up altogether.
About Kllllna- Bop,
Within tbe past week, several small
Items have been published In the Bulle
tin, setting forth the honor that should
be bestowed upon County Constable Rob
ert Billlngsly, for his prowess as a dog
killer, and also that he was on the war
path in search of the friendless curs.
These items, which were, no doubt, In
tended by tho writer as complimentary,
have caused Mr. Bllllngsly considerable
trouble. On every corner, he declares,
he has been accosted by parties who have
lost their dogs at the hands of the dog
killers, who demand, in authoritative
and sometimes unpleasant language,
what right he had to shoot dogs, lie
endeavors to explain that ho has not nor
does not Intend to kill a dog this season,
and that the reports of this Journal are
wrong, so far as ho Is concerned, and
now bo emphatically declares that an-
othernotlcoofthosaniekiud, published by
the Bulletin, will cause a coroner's In
10-XX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at the Bullktik office, printed,
3 50 nnd $1 00 per M.
Much interest Is being manifested by
the people of this city In regard to tbo
Citizens' Association, and consider
able talk as tolls object, what It will nc
eompllsh, etc., Is In-lng Indulged In.
The association Is composed of tho most
prominent and Influential citizens of
Cairo, and will no doubt accomplish the
end for which It was organlcd.
More Thats Ever Neeai Before.
Tho oldest Inhabitants ofthlsclty, who
have resided hero from fifteen to twenty
years and longer, declare that at no time
of the year, since their residence here,
have they witnessed so great an amount
ot drift wood In the Ohio as has paed
down during tho late rise. The river is
full of It, and cords upon cords ot excel
lent tiro wood are clng caught, taken
out aud stowed away tor winter use,
by Iwlh the white aud black people of
this city, who aro nor employed In other
Editorial Excnrslott Parly.
An editorial excursion party, irom
Mississippi, among whom wcro H. D.
Money, of Winona; T.. II. Stockhotue,
of Crystal Springs; C. II. Br.idlcy, of
YttZooCity; II. M. Sullivan, of Oxford;
J. L. Power?, of Jackson, the nianatrer
of the party, nnd twenty-six others,
passed through this city and dined nt the
St. Charles Hotel, on Tuesday. The
party Is on a trip through the North, and
anticipate a pleasant time. They left this
city Tuesday afternoon on the Illinois
Central railroad for Chicago.
Shcrlfl lrvln, by instructions from New
Orleans, paid his respects to two young
men who were passengers on the James
Howard yesterday, and detained them,
subject to the order of their friends. One
of them, named Cantelll, is a nephew of
John A. Walsh, of New Orleans. It np
pears that his uncle had sent him to the
bank to get a check for $2,300 cashed.
This larire amount of money proved too
great a temptation for the young man,
so he skipped out with It on the Howard.
Sheriff Irvin found a fraction over 52,100
upon bis person.
Mrs. Dr. Jcnnclle, of this city, Is
v!lting relatives In Michigan.
Mr. H. II. Spencer, sheriff of Pulaski
county, was in tbe city Tuesday on bus
iness. Hon. F. K. Albright nnd wile, of
Murphysboro, are In the city visiting
friends nnd relative.
Mr. J. II. Wild has for some J.iy3
pat been sick with a severe attack of bil
ious fever, but is now, we arc pleased to
state, improving, and will bo all right in
a few days.
Esquire Thomas Martain, a prom!
nent farmer from the country, Is in the
city. He reports that his Immediate
neighborhood was not damaged In the
least by the high water, although the
damage from the late heavy rultii has
been very considerable.
Mr. Ulley Lane, of Dog Tooth, who
was one ot the principal losers by reason
oi me overflow of tbat section recently,
wasln Uiocitjr ; yaa.tenl.iy. I conversa
tlon with him he .-peak Qll,0 encourag
ingly of the eorn crop, although ho re
ports the wheat crop badly damaged by
the late rains. h some cases not more
than half a crop eau be realized.
The JTntnra of Thone Who NlKaed the
ami tor me Aaoociaiion.
We, the undersigned tax-payers in tho
city of Cairo, being desirous of develop
ing its advantages, promoting its' growth
and protecting Its interests, and believing
tliat'in union" there U strength11 and
that greater efficiency can bo obtained by
combination of action than by individual
exertion hi promoting the above objects,
agree to form ourselves In 1111 Associa
tion for the purpose of acting together
for the attainment of the above cuds, said
Association to be governed by such rules
and regulation? as may be hereafter de
termined upon by the members. Charges
to bu made for maintaining the organiza
tion not to exceed two dollars for an Ini
tiation fee aud 25 cents per month for
monthly dues, and the Association to be
organized when lifty member: have
signed tills agreement.
Cairo, III., July 13th, 1S75.
Dr. W. Wood. John O. llarman.
C. W. Henderson J Johu Clancy,
It. H. Cunningham, J. M. Phillips,
II. C. Lodin.
M. J. McUauler.
Charles Laucastcr, V
M. E. Power,
W. B. Greer, v
E. G. Hill.
D. Lam pert.
C. F. Nellls,
Paul u. schub.f
O. D. Williamson,
J. O. Smltt,
Wm. T. Beerwart,
X. A. Devore.
J. II. Metcalf,
UcuDeii a. xocum, Isaac V alder,
Peter Cuhl, nVas T. Parke
Z. D. Matliuss, Peter Saup,
L. D. Thorn,
C. O. Patler & Co.
B. F. Parker,
R. S. Brlgham,
W. Trigg, v
P. W. Barclay,
W. A. Sloo,
I. Farubakcr & Son,
John II. Gossman,
Feuchter & Schwa-
II. ...... a.,...
J. J. Gordon,
J. Y. Turner,
C. W. Dunning,
E. A. Burnett,
S. D. Ayers,
M. M. Yourd,
John H. Oberly,
W. R. Smith,
Andrew Lohr, r
D. J. Galligau,
M. E. Powers.
A. Hallcy, '
U. Houpt, J
I. L. Harrell,
Win. Harrell, v
G. II. Greeley,
Lynch & Howlcy, v
11. A. Thorns,
S. 8. Taylor,
C W. Wheeler,
J. C. Stlcrs,
J. B, Straughn,
Wood ana Coal.
Wood, $1 per cord 50 cents olT.lor
cash. Big Muddy coal by the ear load 5-3
per ton. All goods delivered.
O. W. Wiiuklkk & Co.
On ick and Yakd. Tentli street, be
tween Commercial and Washington nve
OROAMTZATIOft OF A CIT1ZIH'
CIATI0H In CAIRO.
Artlrli-u or Org-nnlintlou In I'i
Snmra or ftlHrem, tne curn
II e Committee, Av.
As we stated Tuesday, a large number
of cltlens met In tho oftlce of Judge
Bros ou Monday night, for the purpose
of organizing n Citizens' Association,
and they did their work In n very satis
On motion, Judge P. Brosswas elected
temporary chairman, and Mr. John Q.
On taking the chair Judge Mros caid
bu did o with reluctance that he was
one of the ofllccrs of the county, nnd lio
therefore desired to not ocenpy any ofllco
In the proposed Association. However,
he would not reluse to ocrtipy the chair
a brief period, until the Association was
ready to go into permanent organiza
tion. AimeLi:-i or aociaiion.
The following Articles of Association
were then submitted to the consideration
of tho meeting. After they had leen
read, they were considered article by ar
ticle aud several amendments made,
when they were ndoptcd a a whole:
Thi Association shall le knou 11 as the
"Cairo rumens' Association.'
l'ecognllng the fact that the possc
slon of great natural nnd nrtidclul advan
tages by any particular locality will not
ot ttclt build up n city there, but that ef
fect must be ulven to thee favorable cir
cumstances by tho actlyo ex-rtloni ol
those ueslrlug such a result, the oiijcct ot
this Association shall be generally to ma
ture plans aud udopt measures lor the
development of our superior position
and for promoting tbo growth and pro
tecting the interests 01 our city.
1. The officers of tbe Association shall
consist of a President, Vice-President.
Secretary ami Treasurer, whoso terms of
office shall be tor the term of one year,
resnectlvely from tbe date of election
unu until the acceptance ot their succes
2. The President shall preside at all
regular meetings of the Association, nnd
suau Dcriorm an me uuiiesorumaniy 111
cldent to the ofllcc.
:i. The Vice-President shall, in the ab
sence of the President, preside at nil reg
ular meetings, ana ioriorin autiieuuiii.-.-
in the absence of the Provident, which
would otherwise be incumbent ou him.
I. The Secretary shall have control of
the books, papers and documents of the
Association, ana shun Keep mil una cor
rect records of Its proceedings.
5. The Treasurer shall rrcelvo the
monies of the Association, aud from tlnn
to time disburse and pay out the .-nine a
bu mav be renuired bv tho Association.
or the Executive Committee, keeping lull
and correct accouuts of all such inonic
received and dNburscd by him.
1. The Standing Committees ot the As
sociation shall be as follows, and such
others as may be directed by the Associ
ation at any general meeting, vi. :
An Executive Committee.
Committee 011 Mauulactiiringand Com
Committee ou Educational Intercuts.
Committee on Itaiiroud.
Committee on General Improvements.
Committee on Taxation.
Committee on Statistics ami Advertise
ment. Said committees shall servo fur three
mouths amV.untll the appointment of suc
cessors. 2. The Executive Committee bhall have
t?"ra, dmru of tho administration of
uk .111:111 a ui uiu .YHitra-.iuom hunt! nro.
vide rooms nnd other appliances tor tlie
nenn111.1101l.1tio.1nf tbn Association, and
act under the directions of tlie Associa
tion. -J. The Executive Committee shall eon-
slstof live members; the other commit
tees of three.
All officers and the Executive Committee
shall be elected by ballot by the members
of the Association nt a general meeting,
provided that when but one nomination
Is made tho election may bo by acclama
tion. The other committees shall be ap
pointed by the President.
1. Any tax payer ot tho city may be
come a mum er ny signing these Aril
clcs of Association and paying an admis
sion feo of 60 ants. Each member shall
also be assessed 25 cents a month, paya
ble at the beginning ot cacn month, lor
the purpose of defraying expenses ot the
2. Tho Association, nt any general
meeting, may declare a membership for
feited lor 11011 payment of monthly aues
tor one month.
General meetings of tho Association
shall (Mi held at the hall 011 the llrst Fri
day night in ench and every mouth, ut
such hour as the Association may by
resolution designate, and special meet
ings may be called at any time by the
President, Vice President, Secretary, or
any live members by notice inserted In
some newspaper published daily in the
City of Cairo, said publication to be at
least six hours before such meeting.
Ten members or more shall form a
miorum for tho transaction of business
and the parliamentary rules laid down In
Cushlug's Manual shall govern the de
liberations sum Htisiness 01 me Associa
tion. ARTICLE IX.
Any of the provisions of the Articles of
Association may ix aiioreu or new ones
adopted by a vote of two-thirds of the
members present at any general meet
ing. TlIK 81CINK11S.
After tho Articles had been ndoptcd,
tho citizens came forward, signed them
nnd paid thn admission fee, when a mo
tion prevailed to proceed to tlio election
Dr. Smith, ex-Mayor Wood, Col. Tay
lor, and Mr. Oberly were nominated tor
Prchldent. All tho gentlemen declined
nomination but Dr. Smith, who was
elected by acclamation.
Messrs. P. W. Barclay, Wood, and
Stockflelh were nominated for Vice-President.
.Mr. Barclay was elected by nccla
inntlon, the other gentlemen declining to
Mr. John Q. Harman was elected Sec
retary by ncclainntlon, being thn only
person In nomination.
Messrs. Nellls, Cunningham and Com-
Ing3 were nominated for Treasurer. Mr.
Jscllls was elected by ncclainntlon, the
other gentlemen declining nomination.
.Messrs, 11. If. Cunningham, l Bros,
S. S. Taylor, John Wood and C. O, Pa
tier Were elected Executive Committee
of the Association.
Aftnrthc trnnsncllon of sonic other un
important business, the Association then
adjourned to inert again on Friday night
next, nt such placcasthe Executive Com
mittee through tho President mny.deslg
natc, I'nrloli Nrhool.
The next term of tho Parish .School of
the Church ot llic ltcdceracr will bcsjln on
MONDAY, SKPIIIMIIKIt Oth, nnd con-
tlnno irt sosdon sutrrn week, t.'nder the
umo sunertlslon aud eonlrol ns It was
lat term, tlio .School will be conducted in
a timilar manner. At tho bcglnnlm; of tlio
term a ela will bo formed tor llm study
of (.1 rnlngy.
Application for a'lnildon must be made
elthi r to .Mrs. P. A. Taylor, or the Itector.
The price of tuition will bo only elflit
dollars fortlie term of sixteen week, l-AV-
AULK IN ADVANCE.
I'llAltLK A. flll.llKKI, Hector.
Steamer Jim Fi'k, Paducali.
" City of Chester, St. LouK
" Eddyvllle, Xashvlile.
" City of Vlcksburg, St. LouW.
" Jnme-t Howard, Xew Orleans.
" Belle Mi-mpbls, Memphis.
Tow-boat Lioness, Si. Louis.
" Coal Hill, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducali.
" City Cliobter, Memphis.
Capitol City, St. Louis.
" Eddyvllle, Nashville.
" T. F. Kckcrt, Thebes.
" Cherokee, New Orleans.
" City of VIck-burg, Vlcksburg.
" Jatnci Howard. St. Louis.
" Belle .Memphis, St. I.011U.
Tow-boat Lioness. St. Louis.
" Coal Hill, Ohio River.
IlIVKIt AND WnATHKli.
The r.vt-r last evening was 4 1 feet 9
Inches on the gauge, having risen a frac
tion of an Inch during the previous 21
hours; l.5 Indies of rain fell night be
fore Iat, but the weather yesterday was
clear aud line. The t-.il-e lit the river was
caused by tbe late Wabash flood which
came out in a huge wave. The decline
will be resumed to-day and will eonlinuo
without Interruption unless Prof. Tire
goc to fooling with tin weather again.
li .ivy drift ran out of the Ohio
The Cherokee was deeply laden 3-e--tcrday,
and added nothing here.
Capt. Dick Love ol SI. I.o s
was a passenger 011 the City of
Chester for Memphis Tuesday.
The rivtr full 8 leet at Cincinnati, 111
inches at Louisville, 11 Inches at St.
Louis and 15 Indies at Nashville yester
On Saturday a raft of ralN ultachcd
to a iloatlng tree, on which live or six
small hogs were riding, lloatcd past Ev
ansville. Tho pigs were secured by some
Evausville bov, who interviewed them
Capt. Jessie K. Bell and lady of
Now Or1n:iti4 ufri l.l4K,.!iiri.,-4 til tills
1 I'Ul' litl Hit. lt,.......l I .... a.n
lames 1-UK to Vaducnti. lira. Hell Is
tlie lady in honor ol whom Capt. llkks
named his boat now building at .Metrop
1 he tow-boat Hotpur, building at
Evausville, will soon be completed. Her
builders and owners are Morri-i, Ingle &
Co., ol Evausville. She is 110 feet long,
22 ttet beam, 4X feet hold, and her engines
are 15 Inches diameter, lj feet stroke, and
lias .1 boilers 20 feet long, US Inches diam
The damago to the South by the late
Iloodsjdoes not materialize very well, we
are happy to learn. Tho Missouri low
lands between this port and Memphis
have suiTcrcd materially and a small sec
tlon below Helena also. But asldo from
these there litis becu no loss from oyer
flow, and the damage to crops by wet
weather will be inconsiderable.
The T. F. Eckert left for Thebes
Tuesday morning to work on the towboat
A. J. Baker. The Mississippi is falling
fast and her deck will soon Ik; exposed
It is probable that a very large amount
of sand and mud has accumulated In
tho hold and on the decks of the Baker,
which will make the work of raising her
Diver Al. Burrls arrived from Cin
cinnati via Louisville, Paducali nnd the
Jim .Flsk. He had to lay over nt Louis
ville, came near being mashed upon the
E. & P. road by a fallen tree, and suf
fered detention at Paducali. He says
that It ho is only forgiven for this trip
he will never travel by rail again If there
Is any other route available. Ho goes to
the Eckert by the packet this morning.
It l now very likely that the W. J.
Behan, sunk near Shreveport, will prove
a total loss. Tho owners very foolishly
tried to raise her by lifting with a crauo
boat, and fulled after giving her some
heavy pulls. The attempt to lilt a steam
boat nearly always opens butts, raises
the dccks,'sprlngs openings under the
guards, and causes such a vast number
of leaks that all the pumps In the world
could not overcome them.
VfAU Dki-.mitmcnt, llivti' IlKroiir,
AllKIHI II. IS73. i
MtUK, Ail."?- ace. usmaasa
BelleioHswPll.ftKSEB-ilt Mak Her.
Boys ami Men's Rata at half tho usual
price, at o. Havthorn A Cn's.
The partnership between L. D. Thorns
and II. A. Thorns l this day dissolved.
II. A. Thorns retiring ami L. I). Thorns
continuing the business.
I, . I). TllOMS,
Pauio, August 2, 1870. S-tVit
To the Trade.
M barrels A Sugar.
40 barrels llrown Sugar.
10 hitrrr-ls De Castro and O'DnunnrKvlra
!o b.ig (VinVe.
IN IUtY HOODS.
200 pieces of .Musllu, prlco nj to 10c.
Tbo above (,-oods Will bp old at the
lowest possible price.
Also, 10 hogsheads of Bacon and Shoul
ders just in, audio tubs ol Extra liiolce
Northern Huttcr, Tor retail trade,
s-f-H c. n. Patikr .V Vo.
Persons v. anting tint-class Shoci I'.ir a
small prtre,s1iou1l call on
O. llAYttlOKN A CO.
The partnership heretofore) existing be
tween tbo undersigned under the llrm narun
of Artcr & Stcwatt. is this day dls-olved by
mutual 1 oa'cut Mr. Arter rr-tltln?.
The business will bn continued at the old
stand, on fommerrlid avenue, by .ltiue
W. .Stewart and Webster M. White, under
tbe ntnie ot Stewart k wbttc, who will
collect all bll's due the old arm, and pay
all nt Its iudebtness.
O. D. ARTF.l!,
Jas. W. SiaWAUT.
C'aiiio. 1 l.L August 4. 187.". S-Vflt
To Ire Coasnmrn.
Tbe undersigned being convinced that
the present low prix of Ice entails a loss
UM)ii the dealers, hereby agree that on
anil after Sunday, August 1st, the price
ot Ico shall be as follows: For 50 pounds
nnd upwards nt 7." per 100; less than
50 pounds at anyone time, at the rate of
51 per 100 pounds.
7-30-1 f John Spiioat.
A full lino ot Importea, Key West and
COWPEIITIIWAIT & TniLLIPS.
GREAT BARGAINS !
GREAT BARGAINS !
s I am li.-irr.ised to death Irom state
ments irom New York, 1 am compelled to
S-.-II my cnliro stock of Clothing at an Im
mense sacrltlec. Ike WALbEn,
;-l(J-tt. Corner Sixth and Ohio Levee.
PILSENER at Louis Herbert's.
Now Is your tune to secure bargdns at
S-7.3t O. llAYTHORN ArCo's.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilton Shuttle Sew
ing .Machine, hard (piano) tlnlth, valueil at
. Will be sold at PM discount, on nooct
terms, ami ordered direct from the factory.
A No. 9 Wilssn Shuttle Sowing Machine
valued at $75. Will be sold at 915 discount
and ordered direct ire m tbe factory.
A ?JM) ltcmlagtotj Sowing Machine $30
off for cash. Suitable for tailor or boot and
At a bargain, ami on good terras, a Howe
So win;; Machine. May be seen at tbe Com
pany's olllce, comer Nlntb street and Com
mercial. FOR SALE.
'Picturesque America" 48 numbers
bound in 2 volumes', full gilt Morocco ;
price, ? 10.
A style "E," -'dough, Warren & Co.V
Parlor Organ, rliit from tho factory at De
troit. LUt prlco, $300. Will be told for
A new two-home Gamble wagon.
For any of the above, articles, apply at
tho Bulletin offlce. E. A. Buiuibtt.
We will close out a lot ef Gtnllemou'
Cloth bhoes, at very low figures.
O llAYTHORN Co.
A cattage, 2n. 32 Tenth street, between
Washington ami Walnut. Apply to Chat.
La ne. f'"tr
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young- men fr ra tbe ef.
focta or errors aad abuses in early UTe.
Manhood restored. Impedimenta to mar
riage removed. New method ot treatmeBt.
New and remarkable remedies. JfooM
aud circulars sent tree, in sealed envelope.
Address, HOWAltD ASSOCIATION, 41
N. Ninth xtreet, Philadelphia, Pa. an insti
tution Imvlns a nhrb reputatloa for honor-
at Ic conduct and professional skill.
Mlil A; w-3ui.
Corrected Pailf by E. 31. Stearns, commUatOa
mrrc&ant, wvmarjr ui me .uu uuaro t
la 7 ;
Corn, mixed, isacked
Corn, white, suckul n
iirnn, per ton
Mail, steam dried
Iluttir, choice Northern........
Ilutter.cboloe SonUwru 111...
Knaa. iier doien ...
Apple, i-nuui unim......
I'otatues, per Uiml
Uni'jns. ier iwrrei
OF A VICTIM.
Published as a warning and lor the ln"t of
Utbiiiiy. Lom of UajUMod, ate., UirlM Ma
Sale orrtelf-cnre, afler uadWaoinf wk " .
Uln .fiwiw. Mill nnlMIWns