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AStfAl.ON I.ODUE, NO. 61.
Knight of l'yllilas, meets every Krl
(Uyulklit nt half-past cen, in Odd
Kellowa' Hall, .Ixo.ll. Uoksman,
Al.K.VANDKH I.ODUE, NO. .
HMfc. In-ictwndfnt Order of Odd-Vcl-Sffclows,
metis every Thurlay nlK it
UmP' at haff-pastneuii. I" fJi?1'
Commercial avunuc, bctwii rtllh n'l PclI,l,i
street". JJ K,"T"'J,''
V crcry "'ont... at .jalfji-ajt un.
CAIH0I.0W1K. NO. 2.17, A. H. A A. M.
. llnlureifiiiareoiniiiiiiiiimii.il-; .".
tonic Hull, corner Commercial iiycntio
Uml I'Ulitli Ktntt. on tlif m-coikI uii'l
"burin Monday of earh month.
Tins next term of tlio 1 rlsh School of
tlio Church ol the Itcilccmcr will begin on
MONDAY, sr.ln:.MIIi:U nth. ami con
tinue in cession iMecn weeks I'nilcr tlio
.inu MipervlMon and control m It wan
last term, tlio School will be conducted In
u similar muntr. At tho bcslnnlm; ol Hie
term cl will bo formed lor the study
of O colopy.
AMillcitlon for udinllon must bo made
cither to -Mm. 1. A. Taylor, or tho ltcc'.or.
Tlio price of ttiltton will bo only eight
dollar, fortho term of sixteen week, pay-
AIH.E IN ADVANCE.
OiAin.t: A. (ULiiKUr, Hector.
'll.i:.t:it nt l.oiil llorln rl'1.
lime Hull rKrry lci.rrlitlnii
rim, n. salt's.
To tlie 'IIUfiin or Cnlro.
I would Inform my mmy friend, that I
am still In the auction buslnci, and ready
to attend to all sales that may offer. .My
long experience In this liuilnc needs no
comment UN no experiment on my part,
and parties entrusting ooils to my eirc
need not be afraid, ai I am no "iiiib" or
novice In the bulncs.
Special attention gh en to real estate and
outdoor saliv, as I have nc er inl-sed mak
ing a tale. I'- Maiit.MAN, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth street mid Commercial A v.
kyX Hag ftockenv(.lopc3 at the lift.
i.r.n.v olllce, $: 'i-'nicrM.
lo iti ni.
A cottage, No. 32 Tenth street, between
Wahlngton and Walnut. Apply to Chas.
l.a lie. e'-T-tr
Three hrge ami very dcurable family
room', troullng on the Ohio, at the St.
llhsrlcs Hotel, can be had, with board, at
very rca'onablo rate during the Summer
month?. Abundance of pure air and per
fect ventilation. 7-lO-tf.
Un mill .1c l-r.
Landlord ol hotel and boarding boucs
w 111 tlml it to their sdvatitagc to call upon
Mr. Coleman, Laundress, No 12 Fourth
ttrect, betwevn Washington and Commer
cial avenue. Hotel and hoarding-hourc
wabltig,"rici'ntpcrdon. Kot piece work
prlceo arc at lollow: Single shirt and col
ar, 10c; per dozen Mc; "ocl oc; two col
larn, fc; two handkerchief, lie; vests UOc;
and all cutlemt.n'. wear, Mc. per
locn. Ladies' elrescs, 2S to 60c;
skirts 10 to 20c; drawer 10 to 16c; two
pair bote oc; two collari.'i to 10c. Tor la
dle' plain clothes I 01 per dotcn; lor la
die lino clothes, $1 25 per dozen; done
dratnptly, and promptlv delivered, i a
4ii. l Limit Hcrlii-rfH for IM1..HI:-
Flrst-dns room and board at the Ar
lington llouw, at 233 per month.
Thou. H. Kuis Proprietor.
.Vnllrf of Il.'iiiornl.
The well-known barber khop, conicr
Eighth and Commercial, presided ov:r by
'.ho popular artUt, Ocorgo Stcinhounc, has
removod one door uortlion Conimerelal, In
Jie Oraml Central Hotel. Tho now shop !
nrgo and commodlou-, and thokc wishing
for anything artUtic In the way of fji-hlon-ililo
hair cutting, smooth khave', etc., will
Jo well to call at the Grand Central Harbor
At the Hl'i.lkti.n bindery 13 number,
bound in two volumes, lull jiilt inor
roeco; cost $11 ; for snlu at S-IO.
tSTXX Wood stock envelopes at the
111'I.i.etin offlce. $3 00 per M.
to attempt to cleanse a Mream while the
fountain li Impure. I)ypepsla, complaints
of the liver aud kldiio. eruption, of the
kkln, kcrolula, headache, aud all dleasc
arising Irom Impure blood, uro at onco re
moved by lit. Walker' California Vine
gar Hlttern, tho great and Infallible puritler
of tho blood, and renovator of tlio system.
It has never been known to fall, piovlded
tho patient had not delayed using it until
the vitality ol mi ytcm was too rargoue.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle tfcwv
Ing Mitehlni!, hard (piano) finish, valued at
JeD. Will bo told at $20 discount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from tho factory
Ft) It sam-:.
A No.O Wilson Shuttle Sewing MaehWu
valued at $75. Will lie sold at $15 discount
and ordered direct itrm tholaetory.
A $90 Ilcmlngto!) Sewltg Machine- $10
olffor cash. Suitable for tailor or boot and
At a bargain, and on good terms, a Howo
Sowing Machluc, May bo aeen at tho Coin
pany's olllco, corner Ninth strcot and Com
"ricturesmie America" 18 num'jers
bound in 2 volumes, full gilt Moiocco
Astylai'EV' "Clough, Warren & Co.V
l'arlor organ, right from tho factory at De
trolt. l.ut prico, ?300. Will bo eold for
A new two-bone Gamble wagon,
For any of the above articles, apply at
the 13utLTiN office. t,, a. uuhnkit,
rati.n or Aiivi:itriMi.
CJ"AH blll for udvertlflng, are due and pay
Transient advertising will k lncrteil at tlm
rate of 11 P0 per .iiarc rortlic flnl Insertion
and y (tut fur each aiintieiit one, A lllwriil
ilhcount will bcmmlc on standing and dl'play
l)cal notices, binine ) or otlirrwlse, Mill lie
eliiirgi'il ten rrnts per line for the first and lite
cent, fur cah addltlnnnl lnrrtlnn, (eoiinllng
lite line.) and upiranl)) a ilUcoiint will Ik-made
aftur third Insertion.
Chnrth, Socldy, lVtlal and ."npcr notice
will only lielnicrteil a adertbrment
For Inciting Funeral notice l Notl'i-of
meeting of societies or n-cret onlir ,V) rents Inr
No Bdcrtlfiiient will 1e n-eehe.1 at U-M tlmn
TIIUHSiMY, AnSTST 1875.
I.ocitl M'rnlher Itriort.
Oaiiio, Itx., August
Ttut:. I Haii. I Tins. I Wind. I Vsi.
7 a m.
THOMAS JONKS. ferit. S. H., U. S. A.
Tlio police court Mcro very quiet ns
iuii.il ye'tcnlay, very little bciti' clone.
Dr. Charlci A. Hull', an mulndit fur
fjeon of Ohio, I; spending n ft'v days
Comirll Proceed I iii;n.
The procecdinL'-i of the ( lly C'oiti.el
will appear to-morrow.
The Delta City Cornet Hand will give
the people another open air concert tO'
neinemberthat the moonlight exeiir-
sloiioiithe Idlewlhl will take place on
New kJO(U to-day at O. lloythoni it
t'uilcr ! VVealliee.
fihciill'lrvln for several days past lins
been sllirhtly under the weather, but
continue to stir about.
The .Milton-Noble theatrical company,
of New York city, we are informed, have
eeureil the Atheneum, and will vl-it
Cairo on the 22ml and :inl of October.
.lailor Fitgenild tells us that he now
ha under hi care In the county jail
twentv-thrce prioncrs. Of the.-e a num
bcr are in for larceny aud burglary.
in i lie ni.v.
The Hon. William llart.ell, of Clies
ter. incinber of congre-s from this dis
trict. Is lit the city. He Is .stopping at the
Prints reduced at O. Haythorn s: Co'.
A chance forbargain.
Vork on tliu new brick sidewalk on
K!"hth street i progressing, aud the
people on that street are feeling quite
elated In view of its enrly completion.
More I.i inc.
Mayor Winter ordered another car-load
ot lime yesterday with which to disinfect
the city. Health Olllcer Hrown says the
more "the better, as there are yet many
places that need the lime and tar.
Mill at Work.
The laborer ate still at work on Wash
ington avenue. They have got down ns
far a tho court house, and are doing
their work well, a the road Is now in a
better condition than It has been (or sev
Ono hundred thousand feet assorted
lumber, for sale at panic prices for cash
for the next 1(1 days at the Wail it Ent
mill. J. S. McG.Mir.v.
Wo are told that the boating club are
now having built a lour-oareit sneu,
forty feet in length, which will be com
pleted and ready for use in about ten
llauil Hurt .
Ad. Wisslnger, an engineer on the C.
& V. road, had Ids hand criuhed yester
day by getting it caught in some manner
In the turn-table. One linger was badly
lacerated, necessitating tho removal of
part of tho bone.
Mrs. Haniialian, tho lady who keeps a
grocery at tlm corner of Fourteenth and
Walnut streets, Is building a neat Iramo
house on tlie corner lot Just opposite
her fctorc, where, wo nv told, khu will
move her business ns soon as tho build
ing Is completed.
A.. si. I'.. C'liuri'li I'.xeurslon,
An excursion snd picnic will be given by
thu African Mctlioulst I-.plscopal eliuieli
people on Saturday, over tho Cairo &
St. Louis narrow gauge railroad to Unity,
when tlm colored folks anticipate- a reat
deal of enjoyment. Tho object ol the e.v
curslon Is to raise money to help
elcfray the expenses of tho church.
C.UllO st VlNCKN.MIS IlAILllOAII,
f'.mr. Ill or. 1S7.V i
Mr. F. D. Kcxford Is appointed ngent
at Cairo for thu Cairo it Vlncennes Kail
road from this date, vleo C. II. riilllipf,
resigned. H. I.. Moimtu.,
S 5.;it Gen. Sup'l.
A I'leitsoiil Homo TorNitlo.
Hy advertisement In another column of
this paper, under the head of For sale at
a Bargain," It will bo seen that the prop
erty known us tlio Provo residence and
grounds,in Jouesboro, Ills., Is oiVered for
sale. This Is ono of iho most desirable
resiliences In tho city, and will bo sold nt
a sncrlllee. Mr. Plpklu has business In
Wisconsin which demands his attention,
and ho offers tlio property for sale.
(Hsu tin IliP.Mtm'.
Wt! havo received n cominiitilcation
from a writer styling liliuclf "Xella,"
w ho cxprcpscs lilmisell'oii the school ques
tion, Wc ilcfer publication until the au
thor sends us his real name,
At the miction s.alc of Mr. Charles
Thrupp's properly, yesterday afternoon,
Ids residence, nt the corner of .Seventh
street ami Vahlnj,'lim avenue, was
bought by .Mr. Isaac Walder for thirty
three hundred dollar. The "(.'.iMuo''
Saloon building was bid In by Mr. John
(iatcs for twenty-six hundred and .'even-ty-flvc
The Concert mill Hull.
A large crowd was hi attendance ntlho
open-air concert and ball ;ivcii by the
Delta City Cornet band, at Schecl's hall
and garden lat night. Tlio music of the
baud throughout was excellent,
ami pleased all hearers. Alter the con
cert wns concluded, the (lancing com
menced and continued through the night
and up to tho "wc sum' hours of morn,"
when all present went to their homes
A new Invoice of ladles' slippers nt (.
I lay thorn A Co'..
Tlif I'lnehiiiiill I'.ipoHlllon
Tiio-e of our readers who propose to
visit Cincinnati during the coming In
dustrial Imposition, will bo glad to know
that this paper can be seen on llle at the
olllceofi:. X. FuimiMAN, Advertising
Agent, IWl lVil I'oiirth .Street, where all
lacllltles will !' extended them to read
their home new.
At n called meeting ofthe city council,
held nt the council chamber on Tuesday
night, for the ptirpo-o of selecting a per
son to go to Sprlngticld with regard to
having the rates of taxation rcdiiced.Mi-,
Tlioma? W. Ilallidav was chosen as the
most reliable man. In our opinion no
better man could have been appointed
nsMr. Hallidayl thour-ddy conversant
witli the nll'.dr.s of both tho city and coun
ty. and therefore able to lay before the
State authorities the condition of alf.ilrs
under which this city 1 and has been
Tin- lloullll- Club.
In another column In this Issue ol the
Hui.i.mi.v, will be lound the advertise
ment of the boating club, which is com
pood of a number of our ino.-t estimable
young men, who propose to give nu cn
tertalnmeiit on Friday night week, at the
Atheneum. The play to bo presented I
" Ca-te," and we havo reason to believe
it will be put upon the stage In excellent
style, as the best theatrical talcntof which
this city can boast will take part in It
The object ot the club in giving the enter
talninent, as set forth by " X. W." in a
communication published In this i-sue, I
to help as much as possible, in a pccunl
ary point of view, the association. All
should attend this performance, a It will
. Tulllll S'llisni.
On Tuesday evenliig.aboiitnlnoo clock.
a nuin somewhat under the influence of I
lliptor, svent ntriiulnj- ubout the levee,
raising a big noiso and trying to scaro
everyliody be met. wiicn n po
liceman stcpiied up to Iiim, he remarked
that he would ".shoot the whole top of
hi bend oil"" if he said much, and the
policeman retired. Slicrill' Irvln was
told of the atl'.iir, and sent Deputy John
Cain to sec about It. When Cain arrived
the bniler wa still on his beat with re
volver in hand. The olllcer walked up,
and quietly remarked, "lou arc my
prisoner." Tlie buller replied, "I guc
not," and attempted to bring ids pistol to
a level, but Cain was too quick for lilm,
and knocked the weapon aside, at tlie
same time "drawingn bead" on his man,
with the suggestion, "1 guess you'd bet
ter march." Tlie desperado saw that he
had miscalculated the pluck of tlie of-
llcer, and quietly walked to tlie lock-up.
where ho rested until yesterday morning,
when he was taken before .Judge llros,
and lined ten dollars and costs, and sent
back to tlie lock-up because- he couldn't
Grand Central: W. L. Williams.
Lincoln Green, Ills.; A. Gaul, Texas ; F.
Hateman. Toneka. Kansas ; A. C. lley-
nolds. Mound City ; W. M. .lones, Itel-
kuap, III. ; Louis Hendricks, Cape Gir
ardeau; W. S. Austin, Vicuna; .1. H.
Correy, Vienna; Pat. Oakley, Jackson,
Tenn.; F. S. Carter, Mound City, James
Conroy aud wile. Xew York.
Delmonleo : A MePIiee, St. Louis ;
Mrs. llrown, Anna, 111.; 1L T. Powers,
Canton, M-s.;.!. Hanalmu, Xew Or
leans ; M. C. Cromwell, Unity. III.; A.
Lancaster, Mississippi Central railroad ;
It. H. Walker, Xew Orleans; S.S. llarnos,
Xew Madrid, Mo.; I . Hammock, J. 11.
Sliultz, M. C. Kdtvards, Pinkueyvllle; A.
J. Leo nud wife, Paducah ; I). Wilson,
Pulaski; D. Sykes, Charleston, Mo.; 1!.
1!. Ilogan, Waco, Texas ; T. S. Sullivan,
Austin Miss. ; It. M. Adams, Louisville.
St. Charles: M. 1!. licit), Chicago;
Win. Slke.s, Miss Anna Slkes, Miss Sue
Gregory, anil Miss Mary Greer, Sikeston,
Mo. ;T. II. Swartwart, Chicago; A. T.
Perkins, Sow Orleans; Col. Van II.
Manning and family, Mississippi ; C. Hud
helm, St. Louis ; W. P. Sloan, Golconda ;
MIs 13. Sloan, Peoria ; M. S. Jay, Mem
phis ; J. S. Oakley, Louisiana ; It'. It. Mor
ris, Itlchmond, Va.; Kdward lildgiway,
St. Louis ; J. Hall and L. 13. Simons, Xew
Orleans ; W. K. Murphy, Plnkiioyvlllo ;
William llart.ell, Chester ; John Iloyd,
Pinkueyvllle; Mr. John II. Connill, Xuw
Planters: Charles Clark, Sandusky;
Miss llogau and sister, Memphis-, W.
Adams, Anna; W. 11. Jones, Greutlield,
Tenn.; C. It. Palcrson, GreeulleId,Teun.;
Mrs. S. Patorson, Greenlleld, Tenn.; 13.
W. Martin, IUaudvlllo; S. Hudson, Mal
lard county, Ivy ; G. W. Sowell, Bland
vlllo; T. Kocld, Urownsvllle, Tenn.; Mr.
nud Mrs. Tuselburg, Indianapolis; Jacob
Frankenstein, Dublin; Adolph Ivrankcn
was3er; Popen, ltussla ; Miss Emma Of
fenbach, Berlin ; U. It. Walker, Xew Or
leans ; John W, Messlclc, Kvansvlllo ; Or
vlllu Orr, Pima, Illinois.
II It the (Jrcnt Altrnellte I'enluro
AiiiotiK Her I'eopiet is lleiimrlieil
ly llspry Np--t'iei mid lleiil.
Ixrtl by l.vory olit ItoHileul.
trorlli llnllcllii 1
Tho readers of the Ilti.LvniN will
readily ngrco with mc, 1 think, that our
society Is a strikingly pleasant feature in
lids, our not always unpleasant burg.
Society here has been, and continues to
be, anions; the better class of people, a
subject of pride nud n source of happi
ness to nil. Our genteel people are not
less remarkable- than others In larger and
more popular cities, for their Intelligence
ns well a? good looks, and for pollte-
nes nml kind feelings nre not to be rtur-passed-belng
far enough South to re-
eelve tlio Influence ot a soil ami kindly
sunshine Into our hearts, yet sulllclenlly
dMant from nny wanntli that should
produce languor and Inactivity.
In the society alluded to 1 meant both
old and young, and neither more than
the other, for In lids community there Is
not felt that ley barrier between old and
young that used to be thought of long
ngo. Tlio parents of the young people
can take Interest in things that occupy
their children'.- attention, and elderly
people generally make plea-ant company
with the younger; so that you may see
In Cairo's circle if society dignity nud
mirth commingled. Indeed, society Is
the great attractive feature among the
people here ; H i remarked by every new
comer into the dace; It is realized hy
every old re-ldent. Church society, a
well here as In other place., Is what
brings the people Into plea'ant relation
ship with each other; but what forms
the climax of complete sociability is tlie
fact, that church sacietv and ' young so
ciety" nre one. Picnics and Partie, I'.x
curslons and Lntcrtnlumcuts nre
all on the order of friendly Intercom so,
and what Is not performed under oueeX'
cuc is rendered under another. People
must have pleasure, and to promote per
sonal comfort, aim at the general com
fort of nil tlie generous friendly im
pulses. 1 he churches get up concerts,
festivals, .sociables. Tliev are all well at
tended, and so, many lend their support
to a worthy object, though perhap not
Immediately interested in It, aud receive
social enjoyments in return. Private
theatrical, arc common, though not too
much .so in Cairo society. Tlie I.'pi-co-
pal clinch entertainment at the Athe
neum, not long since, which many will
probably recall to mind with pleasure
was a commcnd iblc effort on the part of
that body, aud goes to show also some
thing of tlie spirit, not to mention talent
that possesses the minds and hearts of
lid community. Tlie icfereuce is made
to the plays ol 'Chimney Corner"
and "Cinderella, ' given by some
gentlemen and ladies who aie botli well
known nud well thought of, In which for
mer play Mr. Will Morris so touched the
sympathy ot the audience in the tryin,
scene where ho. "Peter Probity," be
lieve, his son guilty aud nccu-cs him
the pride of his gray hairs, ot hayin
uur gentlemen, win, iMirforin no small
part In promoting happiness In Cairo so
ciety, lack naught of oiiciw and entcr-
pti.e. An organization i-at pre.-cnt on
loot by some of our highly esteemed
young men, which win imtbej unworthy
ol notice right here. The new wanlza.
tlon Is termed the Cairo Boating .WcU-
uou, lutemieu to mcitiuc an boaters am
rowers, and such will shortly receive in
vitation to associate themselves with
the institution. Tlie leaders at
present in tills enterprise are Messrs.
Dugati, Alsthorpc, Phlllts, Drips, andC.
F. and W. JL Hobbins. Their object is
to promote the rowing interests, and tlie
rules and regulations of the Institution
are such as will preserve n well organ
ized and orderly body. There arc .-omc
crafts which are already waiting oppor
tunity to enter into and mako a part ol
the association, ami at present tlie afore
mentioned gentlemen have under process
of construction a boat which, when com
pleted, will unmistakably be "a thing of
beaut-." Building for six oars, it
measures forty feet in length, twenty
eight inches across tho middle and ten
Indies deep. It Is being made light
a possible, and will be llnlshed and on
exhibition in about a week. It is only
necessary to call attention to tho fact of
thcre.belng similar organizations in the
neighboring cities of Memphis Kvans
vlllo, Paducah, &e, together with a refe
rence to our mosl excellent water facili
ties here, to suggest to every mind the
source of pleasure, benefit, ami sound
entertainment this not may add to the
H,t I'ji- the bcneiltof Cairo society.
May the enterprise receive every encour
agement) for wo like to have healthful
sports of all kinds succeed. This week,
on Friday night, an entertainment will
bo given at thu Atheneum In support of
this object, nml may all attend, and lend
their hearty encouiagciuent to this and
other meritorious undertakings for tlio
benefit of Cairo society.
Yours, truly, X. W.
Amber and White nig fctoek
envelopes at the Huuxtin olllco, printed,
f:i r.0 and gl 00 per -M.
l'cifons having cisterns needing piuui)
ingout and repairing can havo it done
promptly and at prices to suit thu limes,
by calling on. I. S. Hawkins, Cross street.
I havo a man and pump employed nil tho
time for tlio purpose. ft0 -2v
Ten pound letter heads, largo 3le, Car
lisle paper, rated two cents higher than
any other paper ued In Cairo for print
ing letter heads-ordinary composition
only $4 50 per thousand at tho JJi'mxtin
I.oiiIh llerln i t ln I'lMiiXKIt.
5jrDelIclou3 1'iUener Beer nt Sehocn-
Messrs. .1. Burger it Co. are sellin,
light and dark kid gloves nt 50 els. Step
lu and sec them.
50,000 envelopes, all grades and prices,
Just received at tho Bulletin job olllce.
Jim ll.k, Pntlucnh.
Hello Memphis, Memphis,
Vint Slilnklo, Cincinnati.
T. F. Kckcrt, Mound City.
Capitol City, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Lioness, St. Louis.
Smoky (.lly, Xew orloan.
Blue Lodge, Ohio.
KnnawhaXo. 2, Ohio.
Petrel, Tennessee river.
Jim Flk, Paducah.
Belle of Memphis, St. Louis
Vint Shlnklo, Memphis
Capitol City, Vlcksburg.
row-boat Lioness St. Louis
" Smoky City, South.
" Petrel, St. Louis
lltVKIt ASP WKATIinn.
The river last evening was 21 feet
f-.i Inches on the gauge, having fallen
' inches during tho previous 21 hours.
Tho weather continues line, but bulucs
does not Improve.
Tho Vint Shlnklo had a fair trip for
Tho Smoky City wont SoutU:rignln
with a tow of coal. aPIIBf
-The Kanawha N'o 2 took two barges
salt to Cohimbii and had n tjw for St.
Tho Capitol City li.nl a good Hip for
Vicksburg. Her commander, dipt.
O'Xeal, is just hack from hi trip to
Boston, where he enjoyed himself very
much during a four weeks vl-lt.
-The Ilckert got through her Job of
wa-liliig mud oil the ways at Mound
City yesterday morning, and Is now per
forming a similar service at tlio Incline of
the Ms.j.ppl Central railroad at I'll
Kvansvlllo Courier. 21 : Cant. Tom
Jtyiuan purchased the Bermuda of Com
modore John James last Saturdav, on
private terms. Captain Kyiuan will put
some repairs on her, and w"ill mid her to
his Cumberland river licet for tlio next
?oaou. Ho propo-cs building another
boat for her machinery, u duplicate of the
11. II. UOOKC
Tlie Western Iron Boat Building Com
pany, of M. Louis, have commenced
Work on the hull of a now tow-boat, the
dimensions of which are 100 feet long,
20 feet beam and I feet hold. Siie will be
finished In sixty daws
V.tt IlEOAiniiENT, UlVlt- ttM'OKT, )
Am; i-. leT.I
LOW WAT Ell.
Cairo and Memphis
Paducah. Shawneetown, Evans
villo, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
J'lie unrlt.illnl nide-n lut-l li-nmcr
t). ( FnwLvn ...Muster.
l.u. It, Thomas Clerk.
W til leave K unsvlUU- for Cairo et ery MOSDA Y
on.riUL'lfiDAY ml o'clock ti m.
Uuve (.ulro cve-ry TL'l.sDAY una FltlDAY.nl
t o'clock i. m
The tlejant tUe-wlim ..
II en IIowahi) Ia.ster.
W'AI.TKIl 11. rE.SNI.Ve.TON Clerk.
Will leave Kvamvllle lor Cairo every TUKS
lAYand 1'ltlDA Y at 4 o'clock p. m
Will It-arc Cairo every WKDNKsDAYand .SAT
UltllAY nt tl o'clock p. m.
The elepint snle-tvheel itramer
.John florr Mailer
Mat. Williams Clerk.
Leave Kvnnsvllln fur Cairo every WIJDNKS.
DAY nud 5ATUKAIIY at b p. m
Leave. Cairo eiery IHUUsDAY and SUNDAY
at ii , in.
Kuril boat male close connection at Cairo
with llrit-clois kit-amors for St. I.otii. Mem
nlil and New Orleam, and at Kvnnsvllle w lib
the K. .V C. It. It lor all niiinla North and Kant.
ami Willi the LotiUt llle. Mall Miamiri lor all
imlntaon the l'iier Ohio, kIvIok throiiuh re
ceipt on freights and piusciiKcrii to all point,
ror iiirnicr inionnaiion appiy to
aui.. muw.ii, i-asenj;i-r ai-iii,
r tr l.u 1 1 , 1 1.
' j Agent.
Or In (i .1. (iltAMMint.
v, ......... .7. 1
Siiperlnteiulint and Gene-nil Krelnht AKent,
l.'-.i-JI-iy, r.raubMiie iniiiaiia.
A PLEASANT HOME
The residence and grounds In Junesboro, lilt.,
luriiit-riy Known at inu
Situated three Mocks ftom and fuclns the Pub-
llosipiaie, four Mocks from the depot ol the
dlUO.XOl. I.IIIUO lUllltlUU, t.ui.lt. Uliu .ii.iv-
Irom the depot of the 1 C It. It. lit Anna. Thu
hoMM-lsii iih.laiitial, K'ood ulylril frame, and
In excellent reimlr J lias btven rooms, laree oaii,
lortleii, porch, cellar, ami ininv ami sine eii-r.iiu-es.
A tfoml elutein. vull barn ami wood-
house conveniently located. About u
Throo rind Ono-IIalf Acres of Ex-
Onc-tldid In ehiubbery. fruit, nml ornamental
trees, bellies, Ac., and (lie icinalnder noiv In
(trass and eliiver-wcll adapted to kilcneii Bar
denlin; or berry ciillnie.
ar- The owner resides elit-where and t III sell
at low llRiirc.
fimu icon primles or address
s'L'. A .1. 1'11'lvlN. .lonesboio, 111.
Centrally Located, Elegaitly Furuislied,
Tlio Commercial Hotel of tb City.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms nml 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lands In Alexander iotir.ty.
'Winter's Block" and '-Winter's Bow."
A largo number ol dcMrnblo Itosldences,
and ex-collent vacant Lots suitable- Tor
hu Jncsi lioit.es nml resiliences
Bouse on Nineteenth utrcet, tor 8W, with
privilege of lease.
Winter's Block Suitable for Hotel, Olll
ecs or Hit'hicii room! ebe.ip.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, 8 and II, In
Wlntoi's Bow, roonicnoji, for s10 per
Xo. lu, (c inter) SI2 .VI 7 rooms.
Tint desl'.ihlo double C'ottago on corner
of Tlilitccntli and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial nv
onue, between Tenth and Blcvcuth tri.ets,
iuit&ble for Dwcllln.' and l!uliie?s
Two liotpcs on Commercial, below Sixth
Htrect, suitable for Huhies House and
Two mull Hou-es west of Twenty-second
street, near l'lnc, $4 each per moatli.
Dwelling house on Twelfth,- near Wal
nut, C room, fur $12 per mouth,
llulncss houo on Levee, near eighth
trect, lor Sin per mouth.
FOB I.BASi.', OK SAL!.'.
A number of LoVi on I.uv'oo, abnro
Twelfth street, citif side lire limit. Abo
a largo number of other f.ol fu different
L.tnd, In traelH to suit, near Cairo,
Setting .MiicIiIiich'iiI a Siierlllee
Ono WI1KKL13H ,- WILSOX, latei
One silver-plated OBOVKlt it BAKI3B
Tlie above Machine are us good as new,
and I will sell either at ouo-thlrtl their
value. Parlies wishing a bargain will do
well to call nud see them Immediately.
S-21-lw Dan Hautman.
incyer has It
To those owing s.uch taxes, notice Is
'iven that the sale of real estate will
take place on tho.'iOlh Inst, ami for per
sonal taxes after tlie lt day of Septem-
bcr;that the collector will proceed by dis
traint against all persons found In
arreai.s ThU Is absolute and applies to
nil. At.r.x H. luvt.v,
-at l.onls Her-
la .'o Yorli.
.Mr. .iaeob Burner is now in Xew York,
where he Intends purchasing one of the
largest stocks of drv ne-oils ovt'r
eamu to this city.
I'lLSEN'KU at Louis llcrberl's.
Vnoil mill ('mil.
Wood, SI per cord 0 cents oil for
cah. Bl' Muddy coal by the car load $:1
per ton. All -roods delivered.
('. W. IViu:i:li:i: it Co.
Oitick ami Vaiii). Tenth street, be
tween Commercial anil Washington ave
The llrm of . I. Burger & Co., lu order
to make tooiu for their largo and full
stock, which is soon to arrive, are selling
, nil brands of prints at 7 cents.
Ticket lor tho Grand Open-Mr Con
cert to ho given hy tho Delia City Cornet
Hand, on the evening of August 2."th,
can ho had of Paul G. .Schtih, .1. liurgcr,
Phil Sanp, and Huder Ilros. Ticket,
only 2. cents. S-17-td
C5Go to Sohociunoyer'.s aud try liU
Pilscncr Boor. S-10-lv
A rin KchIiIciicc for Null' or Itrnl.
Corner Ilolbrook avenue and Twenty
fourth street. Largo yard and garden (8
lots); plenty of fruit and shrubbery; good
stable and earrfngo house. Will sell on
very easy term. Tlie homo contain ten
room. .1. n. I'llll.l.ll-s.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for younslmcn from tlio ef
fect of Krrora and Abuses in curly life.
Manhood restored. Impediment to Mar
rinjj'e removed. Now method of treat
ment. New aud rcmark:ihle remedies.
Books ami Circulars sent free, in sealed en
velopes, Address Howard A-soclatlon.
419 X. Ninth ht., 1'ldl.idollila, la.-nu In-tl-
tution having it blgurcputalon fur honor
able conduct and professional skill.
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
Correcliil Dally by K. M. Siinnn, eoiiinilsslou
ineiiiiani, uecreiary ol ine liiiiu nouni oi
Flour, lu-cordlnK to Kradc
Corn, inlxi-il. eai-keil
....JO 00(3 8 HO
Com, white, sacked
limn, jier ion
lleiil, sieam until
llulter, choice Northern ........
Iluttericholce iMiuthern 111....
Turkeys, n.-r dozen..
....$1 S0-ia iu
... 7,IU HI
Alipies, inoiee, i-t-r wmi-i...
.ipies, ciiiniiuiii, it-i i,..,,..
I'otatoes, ikt buriel
DiiI jiis, i-r barn l
In Chancery Mat(r'i Bale
State rr Illinois. Alcvaiulcr Ounty ss.
In the Alexander Louutj .IKilll foun,
Willt.im M. Athertou and .Mil IIoiIkcs vs. Joint
llciUlcn and M.irKaret Wtllaie Partition.
'OUltl.U-notice Is hcrciiy jtven tint lit pur
I uMim-ofii decreu remeuil in the above.
enlllleit caiiie, III said court it the May term
llicrcoi, nt, w. ipi, i, .luini;. .luiiuuii, iiin-m-r
lu chancery of said county, Mill n Thursday
Ihc'-irdd.iy of seilfintii-r, A. I), 1x73, at the
ii.Hirnf-i o'clock n. m. nf eilddnv. sell at nub
ile u-udiic, at thu court lioim dim- lu theclly of
Cairo, In said county, the IdUiwIiir ieecrlled
real estate, to-vvlt- The son'li I.iII'dI'IIiu nnrlh
int on liter of section twenty-turn (7), ton it
ship ilfteen (IS), south ranm, miiilier two (S)
West Ol inu llllin 'iiii.-i-.. ..v......... ... ...i
county of Alexander and Btatol Illinois, to.
eelher with the tenements nil hereditaments
thereunto belonKlnn or thereto pertalnliiir. .
Terms of i?ali One-Iialf ciw In Iwnd-lml-Hiicoin
ono and two years, jual payments,
with six per cent. Interest perinmmi thereon,
deferred payments to bo .ccinl by mortgage
on the property sold. .
Mser In Chancery
MncKiir A Uiullen, CoiiipUiant' wllctlori.
Friday Evening, August 27th,
Will le ItenOcrM ttn,l the Ai..lcsor
Ii! Gain Us bsaiia
Two yUyt, hy some of the very llMtllome
I alent. Some of our l-t Amateur; IiuvIiib miSe
fowl I'lipumtlon fiirB! heiilrlcal Untrtlnlnincnt
with Iinrt Well -lcrled nml ,nr :
for n llrst-claM rrrnrniiuice, the ,i.icliitlim
tnfce Iilea4iirc In announcing In the Puliiir ik.i
on Friday KrenlnK, Aligtiil !7, will be glten
ltobcrton' rojmlar Society Comedy,
With the Following Dramatlo Foraoura !
Inn. fie-o. It'Alroy .
f imtaln lliiutiTe
Sam Hcrricltfe ,
'I'he .Murrnilii- de st. Jlaur,.
l'ollr I'.ccUt ,
C. F. Bobbin
Intin H. AI-lhiirtH-.
W. It .Morris
.... ....lolm OtvvaM,
Act I. The Utile Ilnusc InSlanRate,
Ar-r II. IrfKlglnit In Mavfalr.
Ai r III. -I lie Lilllc llotiac Afritln.
Fotpourlo from "Martfta"
Willi the Highly
Willi thcfdllowlntr LcnirUliiiCli.iractrr4:
Arli.J.inlinail, (ICInjof 1'toiil.i llroit(tlit up mi
Fiialm (linl lllh .Mlnbler of fitntc llromjht
mi on lirllllmil I'.ttuechillnn)
(.'en. Iluinln.tr, Furm-o ('I ho Hero it rwrulnr
lire e.ltrr) - -..
Hl.tiillirm(A belle of the k lichen-the llei-olne
nml euue of troiibli') .
tiiililslli-k (Mujor Diiiiioiif thu lloyut Dnuni--
nf c.ieeeillni! bi-nuty)
MllrniUnH, !-olilersl'niiiiiiu-i, Ktc , Kte
Theiiby Introduce anionic olli-r i.oi.uUr nlrn,
"llnliiii llullooii llnvit." "Whin the lt.mil
lie-in in i-i.iy,
I'll. I'..(T I'lilT Irn.n 1
Ten Tlioiis.inil Jl lie Awuy , '
Door open nt 7. Ci)iiimcnccntS,
Ailinlsiion. CO cents
Sjiiitii ranlH! Obtained at the
MIRTH AND MELODY
ONE MORE GRAND
On Board tho
I.. It. 1 humus ....
Cairo to Columbus and Return.
On Saturday, Aug. 28th, 1875,
Li-.ivlnr l.'alro nt
o't-liickp. in. proniptly;
iituriilnx t Win.
ffmml mid lieuiitiml scenery nu opporliinlty to
lew It In it most totely pnrb. Allowlne the
ymtan mid iruy nn nppormnlly to Induttrc In tlie
ina.v dance lu their heart' content to Henry
llart'K swe-clest Dtmlns Kuurantcelnif to all a
most ill llRhtrul trip.
fare, nmnd trip. $1 1 CUUilrcli, to ccnt8 Slip
per lncludiil. ...
i I 3-Kor tickets, apply to Col. Heaiden, II. A .
Ilannnn and hoi. A. Silver
.-i-.-lt. C...I. GltAMMKIt.Supt.
.imriiiiK mo inirri
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
WOKS OF AIsls KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSIIT-. SMYTH A CO. have constantly
a lsrRe stock of the liest kooiU In Hit- mar
ket, and Rlice.ecial attention to the WholcaaU
ranch of the business.
Tho Undorsignod Hftving Given
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ieo
At prices that will Compare Fav
orably with any Doalor. Ho
will now Doroto his niton
tion Entiroly to his
U IKH.-SALi: HWCCHN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AXE-UOAX POWDEB CO,
57 Ohio Levem,
G. D WILLIAMSOH,
If.. Ii OHIO UBTXX.
SPECIAL attmtlta (lm tOCiueliU m4