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LYNCH & HOW LEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alf xander county land, f.'riiro l'
jo exchange for Ht. I.oult prnerty.
T OR SAI-K.
Tlw (oullt hall of tli "Pilot" hoiiM at
- Cot ta'O on .Sixth ?tm t nc:if a ti
iyon avenue '
Cottage on eighth m-ar Wul
Dwelling, roriwr TneMj liinith ami
-First floor of hii. l. dwelling i-nrner
:infrtf nth and Poplar imt.
Cottage on Fourth Stn-el, l.t l.vi-ni
.'omitwrrial and Waahinjrton avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Strwt, v-?tof Ynl
t'ottae mi rtiurteeiilii lit-t, rv".t
(.1 Washington avoinio, i
Saloon and fixtures, souiliw-.-1 rorn
i Eighteenth lrnt and Conitiiercial
iV' iiiie, at a Ir ti'tfiiii.
--Cottage on Tvulliti 'divrt, -t of
'otnnieroial aveniH, flu.
- f Inxl lii. r V. . .a r-. . . t ' m . v . ...... I ....
I'm illll llini't if , mi - .
. '-X tiiliglon avenue.
- ltnine tione on IjfVreMrt-el, iMiye
-A K'MkI eottaffi- on Tw Hit -Ninth
-liM't, ne:r t Vnnmen i.'il avenue,
--Store room on Coiiiinereial avenue,
irxt to Waverly hotel,
-Cottage of i rooms on Twcnty-tlunl
treet, $. tiofxl j ard and ri-tTli.
- (Jooil dweliinfr hnne on Walnut,
teen Twenty-wcnrul ami Twutily-th'ril
'reet, f H.
-Store-room corner Twefiiieth and
fPt,lar street, $12 TM.
Store room adjoining nUive, fs.
Hoime on Corntuerriid avenue, near
tilth street. ' Suitahle for lupines and
--Tenement nuinlxred K and
Inter' flow, ." rooms eaeh for $10
-r month. Wljl lo juif in Hrst-cJa4
Store room in "Pilot Hone," lately
oeoHjpiexl Vy A. liulley.
Dwelling house on Sixth Mreet and
Jefl'ron avenue $10.
Orphan Aylum huildirijr and premi--.
Kent low, to a pood trii-tnt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
W'ahinffton avenue, $12 a mouth.
Kofiins In various parts ot the city. '
FOJl LKASK OU SALE.
-I-iud, in traetn to unit, near Cairo.
S. Parelra announce j-peoiul bargains
in Men- ami Boys 'lothlng.good all wool
i a-iuiere suit only $ ') 00. A good boys
ilt only $4 (X) and upward. All intih
Jew than heretofore for cmul qualitie.
The Iiotn Pedro" n-am.-itioii diil
jioi tko place, but hundreds of wives
.id daughters ull over the city are happy
to think that they e;in buy the bet Cali
fK at fi c?ntis mt yanl at
HJ and HI Commercial avenue.
Solomon Pareira has received an addi
tiunal tok of Iry CJood. Clothing,
UooNaixl Shoes, whicli he Is otlcriiir, to
uit the litiC!. Therefore, if you want
ta nave money give niiu a call at 112 and
I M Commercial avenue.
Cirtat revolution in the liii'. of Boot
nnd Shoe, which I otter at prices never
heard ot belore. Men's boots at $2 W
u pair, nnd all the re-l iu pioporiiou.
S. 1'aKI IKA,
112 and 141 Commercial ave.
A So. I latunilr) .
it no- cnnoedefl that Mrs. Colt-man
the laundress, Xo. 12 Fourth (-tre'f, be
tween iVahiugtoti and Commercial avej
imps, has one of the best conducted laun
ilrt cstaMi-htnent in the :ity, and laud
lord ot hou U and boarding hnu s w ill
liud it to their advantage to rail upon
In r. Her prices an1 a follow: Hotel
ami loardiiig-huu-e wa-hiiii "" tent.-;
j r doi-n. l-'or piece work prices arc as
follows: Sln&lo Miirf and collar, l.V ; fn-r
.ni7ii Mi s,MLs in- ru'n coll'trs- .w
r Mi hiiudl.erehiefs, .V ; Ve-f. 2tli; ana
tU tfentlcrucn'A wear, Nh-. per doen.
I n.fli.c ..'ilii ii ilfvssis. 2."m r iviliro
. Iie:es with extra trimmings, '; white
..trcf p, 11 2.V : lsdhV underwarc, line
.ud oare, $1 Oii imt do n. l-i'l ti.
4;.1ok lu i;iisn or )ol.irMli
Take the Ah hi.on, Topeka ami Santa
I e railroad, tho new and popular line
roni Atchison and Kansas riiy, via the
x-autiful Arkaii-,a valley, t( pueblo,
' Vijorado Sjrins, I icnvcr, Cannon ii.v,
I Vtcfiaru-, I e Norti, Santa I'e and all
loiiiXs iu f.'olorado, New Mevii-o and
Arizona Sjo. iul round trip !KI day tlek
ft? fj l ner on sale May IMh. at $.10,
taking in the famou waterinj,' place ou
the J. i j:. . road. Low emigrant
r iter. to tlK San Juan miiie..
Piilhnan palace idecping cars bi-twecn
the ML-ourl river and Jim Jlocky .Mouu
luins without change, i "Jwe connection
made at Kansas i "ay mi1 Atchison in
union depot. For maps, time table
and the "San .Iiirji guide,' adddre.
T. J. Amkiio,
tien. Pass. Agt.Tofx.ka, Kan.
Skk KtK'il. C. Kocli, at Ins sliop and
store room. No. !K) Commercial avenue,
ha., for sale a stock of boots nnd bhoe-s of
hi8 ow n make ; also-a full stoi k of leather
and llndings tor sale; and a
large stock of St. Louis ens
torn madti boots and shoes. He
keep? the best material and is up in all
the la'est styles. J lis tits are perfect, nnd
satisfaction N guaranteed. Give him a
For a clca.i shave, a fashionable hair
' n t V. vMviinrl. tl . n ii 1 1 u rk trt tt .1
fieorge Stcinhouse on eighth Mrect,
Alexander County Bank building. His
shop is always neat; his towels always
clean ; hU assistants always polite, and
ids tables covered with the latest dally
papers, for the benefit of his customer.
Lawks UMKRCi.oTiui.i, Ladles
C7ietnlfe, Drawers, Skirts and Night
gown In flue -Muslin, tucked nnd cm
lrlodered at reduce! rates, at
112 and J H 'Commercial avenue.
Tti BtLi.rTi priulini
pmlalty of Bill HmH.
Nol Ilrtds, Letter Hosilt,
Stat(aafnl4, Krd, F.te Look At tlteM prin t :
Small litr bill head, prr fm .... 1
Mfdium ur till tijiJ, per taouiAU.1 a "i
All on fout1in fliiiin'l papr, Curlmlf mill,
riitrd two rimts firr puund hiKhrr tUan l'H'
n-iiit t.y mnj other ofllce -nilrl lo order at th
mill eniwially fur thin c. flier
Mtatrmt-nlx. ( rlyle, jier I'Ot 1 1 r
Letter Hp1, I orlynit, per PMki 4 .VI
.Note Head, ( arlyule, per )Oi .1 'Hi
VlHititif card fierrarkare
hiiHini rardi, No. I 'l ply KriMnI lioard,
tier lixw -J an to 4 eo
flitHine cards, No 1 Malik, l.i-r l'Wi S 00
Vuartcr-Hheel, liHlf 'tieet, lufl-sliret and three
lni t (Histiri, and eolurnl work lielow sit. lnia
I'auiptili t, Bonk Work and Price I.lstii made
"ei lull .
Kill sill UIKt .
Me nie aiilhorieil to ahiiiiiiii.e .InllN II.
Uilil.tN an arandida'e for Mierifl of Alei
audei niuuty, at the rmiiiiiK county electinn.
We are aiithoriMvt to uiinounre that It. A. M
iiiuii4hoii l an independent Keiiuhliean candi
lute lor shetilf, at the enauiiijc eomity elf.rtt.in.
We are atithorued toannouniv I'KTKK t'P,
for an ind enilenl lundidule for ""herilfor Al
eidndi-rnouiity, tat the l uslllni? County electioo.
ASrAUK LOfOK, NO. 51.
' A KiiiitMaofl ylhi
f L-'A day mifhl at half
Kniithta of l'Tthiae, inert every Krl-
- liiftei rvTTii, in iiiii-
..- AI.KXASOLK LODGE, NO 724.
.fT- Independent Orrlrr of Odd-el-Jri
low, uieeti every lliunsdmy nijrht
-'ia(V m hall Mt K'Ven, in tln ir hail on
,niiurri'i:il avenni-, hetwwn Mxth and Seventh
re :il I. ADA, .N t
' 1Vllt' KSCAMPMKNT, I O. O. F.. inert
y.n O.M-i Hows' Hull on the Hi dt and third
( tM s.lt) in evt-iy luon'h, at liU--.t seven
.Imu II (In")), C H
A t AIKOlXitiOK. NO.aST.A.K. A. M.
Jtr "ol I n-Kular coiiunuuiiationa in kla
jCyTAonir Hull, v.onier lilHim-rrial avenue
xnnd KiKhth tieet, on the aernd and
mirth Moiidar of eoi-h month.
RATF.N OF ADVF.RTIKIKU.
O-AU bill for advertising, are due and pay
able I ADVANCE
Transient udvertiainK will be laaerted At the
rate of II to per quart for the Drat insertion
and -Vi renU for each lubaequent one A libvral
diacount will Ije made oa standing and dixpl
For inserting Funeral notice t CO Notice of
nm-ting of icietie or secret orders 5i rent for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notice
will only be inserted a adverti'wrutnta
No advertisement will be received at less than
S'i cents, nd no aavertlfement will lie inerted
for lt. than three dollar per month
Local Busineaa Notlca. of
ten line or more, Inaertea
in the Bulletin a follow :
Commence Couotisr at ten Line.
One insertion per line ... 3 Cent
Two Insertion per line 7 Cent
Three insertion per line 10 Cent
Six Insertion) per line 15 Cents
Two weeks per line 25 Cents
One month per line ..35 Cents
No Reduction will be made in above
SATURDAY. JUNK 24, ls;C.
l.vrnl Wealtaer Mefewra.
Caimo. III., -June i, U'D
iiMc liAii. la a. Wind.! Vsl. I Waaih.
Ta in. i;.07' t Tfis tW . 1 I fair,
ii ; ao.'Co . w I c i do
ip.tu. w.i".-0! fi f"K i o ( do
Z:i," ti.'j'i ln l 12 do
ScrzcuJit. Signal betvice, 1. S. A .
Thirty thousand )ust reeeivitl at the
lici t ktin ofiice.
The 4 en ten nlttl I'niirlb. rtie illher
uiu lo the Front.
The citiens' movement, inaugurated
for the purpose of making arranKcmeui.A
to celebrate the Centennial Fonrilt of
.Iul3", hnvinjr tailed, and a Liter move
ment nmitng the lireineu of the city to
make Micceu-tul the same purpose, h:iv
Iliit aNn fulled, the lUelillMTS Of the Hi
bernian tire company, upon consultation,
determined to make arran'cmcut them
Reive fur the proper celebration of the
gn at lay, and to invite the puMic of
:.'airo and the surrounding l ountry to
join willi them in the patri
otic duly. They have accord
ingly engaged Washington bull and
garden for the occasion and will throw
both open to the public night and day.
All the piriiuiiieni bra nnd string bands
have been employed ; a grand procession,
patriotic in all its details, will be a di-tiiigui-bing
feature of the event; the
immortal Ik.-claratinn ot Independence
will lie read by the Now. John II. Ohcrly
and orations w ill be delivered by Hon.
m. llaitell and oilier distingui-hed
orators, and lire works will
make the heavens bright in
the night time with patriotic tire
lverything w ill be done to make the oc
casion a most glorious one; and to thU
end all the citiens of Cairo and of all
the towns and cities and country around
about us in Illinois, Kentucky and .Mis.
Miuri, are nkeM to come in and give a
helping hand. Ity order ot the commit
tee. A. Si SAXKA,
I. J. Axiii.kjx,
Huxkv Stoi i,
M. J. Ilow I KY,
m. M IIai.i .
.Ltna 1 'lour Mill. I ndlanitpoli, Indiana
3 rnn 4 feet buhrs, water power. Mill In
complete running order. ISuililing 45x45
feet, 1 stories and basement. Would
take as part pay mill in Southern Illinois
or Indiana. Small cash payment.
Address, Scllivax & Gatf.
A few boarders, ladle or gentlemen
can ho accommodated with largo airy
room and table board in a private family.
Call at corner of Sixth street and Wash
ington avenue. J. C. White.
This popular saloon, comer Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is ojcn to
the public. The bar U supplied with
pure w ine, choice liquors and the finest
brand of clears.
3-25-tf A. Krai', rrorrkior.
local Br rut.
IJIC P.MTBIICAN CO.tVt.llO.S.
The Alexander 'county . Itepublhan
convention will meet at the court home
lu this city this atternoon.
The Hou. Oeorge W. McKeaig lius re-
turned from Cincinnati, and it U expect
ed will take part ,in the convention to-
A.AT11K t catvii: ! 1
Partici having cattle to leed can pur
chase the bet of distillery slop at the
Cairo distillery, at five cents per barrel.
C-23-3w II. Schtm z, Prop'r.
H0 UK. tHOV SCHOOL.
Michael Shechau and the other young
men of this city who have been attend
ing St. Vincent's college, at Cape Girar
deau, are at home lor the vacation.
Mr. K. McKen.ie, fiupciinteudciit of
telegraph of the Iron Mountain railway,
Win the city for the purpose of laying a
cable connecting Bird's point w ith Cairo.
The cable w ill lie ncarlyjtwo miles long,
and will lie laid at a cot of afxitit T.f).
ilia: Mi-oss mis f.vimsu.
The mason celebrate St. John's day
by a ball at the asylum of the Knights
Templar this evening. Their will be
present all member ol the order and
their families in the city and their invited
4. OHtiK V li vifot si
nn Kighlh street two doors from Alexan
der County Hank, f s tho place, to get a
fashionable hair cut or a moolh shave,
or anything else in the barber line.
Ladies' and diildrens' hair cut or dresred,
either at the hop or their hornet:.
The attendance at the commencement
exereies of Lorretto academy yeetcrday
atternoon, was very large. The exhibi
tion w a one of ranch interest to ail, and
is spoken of as having been excellent,
John Lewis, the negro arrested by
Officer Cain and Sheehan on Thursday
night, was up lor a hearing before Judge
Bross yesterday, and held to bail in the
sum of live hundred dollars to appear at
the next term of the ciieuit court.
KIRK WORK. 4
riiil Saup has receive:! one of the best
and largest stocks of tire works ever
brought to Cairo. He propose to self
them at figures below city dealers to
his patrons, and all w ho want anything
iu that line lor the Fourth should give
him a chance to fill their orders before
they buy elsewhere.
I HON MOUNTAIN" JiOL'TL.
For the accommodation of persons
wishing to attend the .National Demo
cratic convention at St- Louis, a train
will leave Cairo at 7 p.m., Monday, June
20. Fare for the round trip. $0 00.
Tickets good to return until July 10th.
C -l-2t J. C. Zimmer, Agent.
Chief of Police Gossman hail a w hole
sale jail delivery yesterday morning.
The door of the pen in which he keeps
vagrant dogs, was left open, and a half
dozen of the prisoners escaped. Three
were caught and put back, but the bal
ance got away.
St. Charles. II. K. Eddleman. Dongo
la; U.S. Lou.is, New York; John G.
Mann. Jackson Tenn ; A. Sherman, New
Orleans; W. A. Lucas, Holly Spring;
Jackson Frick, Jonekboro; O. Hughes,
and wife, Centralia; Thomas W. Bell,
Pittsburg; T. Likens, Friar' Point ;
M. J. In score, Anna.
A t AIKO BOY A NO llll- CaUKTsHII'.
We understand that young George
( lark, a graduate of the Cairo high
school, w ill compete for the cadet-hip to
be bestowed by the Hon. William Hart
cll. The examination will take place at
Carbondulc to-day, and we have faith in
our young friend's ability to carry oft
AXoillKIi tor OK Til II.V l.-S.
tin Thursday night thieves entwred
the residence of .Mr. A. B. Sall'ord. on
Fourth street, and made away with a lot
ol looking apar.il us, etc. Mr, William
Schuttcr's house, ou Washington ave
nue, hetweeu Fourth and Fifth streets,
was also entered, and a considerable
amount of groceries stolen from the
loM.siuiKO io c it ii Kail.
The Joncsboro pcoplo intend to ob
serve the Centennial Fourth by a grand
celebration. All the diflerent socicilen,
Sunday schools, odd Fellows and Ma
sonic lodge ol the neighborhood will
participate, and the demonstration U ex
pected to lie a very creditable and pleas
THI fiOATIN'U CM-!! TO I11VK ANiMIU It
rlCXIC AT l'ARK Kit's CROVK.
The Cairo Boating Club, having
achieved such a grand success by their
recent pienio at Parker's grove, have
concluded to try their hand a second
time. The second picnic, will lake place
on the same grounds on the Fourth of
July, and we doubt not will prove even
a greater sueees than that of last Tins,
.AriROW CCAI.fc RAILS TO HI . I Oi ls.
All tho roads running lroin this city
to St. Louis are making the rate3 to that
city durii.g the National Democratic
convention very low. All these corpor
ations have published their rates hereto
fore, except the narrow guage, and now
the managers of that lino come forward
and ofler to carry passengers the round
trip lor $3 00. This, we belieye, Is the
lowest rate yet oflered,
a arscuL TRAIN-.
The Iron Mountain railroad will rnn a
special train to St. Louli from thif city
for the accommodation of Larsons wnh
intr to attend the National Democratic
Convention. The train will leave at
seven o'clock Monday evening, .carrying
passenger at six dollars for the round
trip. Tickets will be good to return un
til the 10th of July.
IKAIUKK AND M.NDINilS.
.At the store room of C. Koch, ou
Commercial avenue. No. 90, below Sixth
Hreet, may be lound a full assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stock
of St. I.oui custom made boots and
shoes. He also keeps on hand a good as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., of his
own make. Boots and shoes made to
order of first -class material And satisfac
tion guaranteed. -24-tf .
I IRE WORK!.
Having bought, a large . lock of tire
works, flags and Chinese lanterne, at a
low figure for cab, 1 offer them at St.
frills or Chicago prices. If you have
a price list of any dealer of either city, 1
I will fill your order for a $5 or f 10 lot
at their price. Yon need not send away
when you can get as cheap goods in your
4wn city. Pun. n. Sait,
t orn.r rf KightU utrect and v ashington
avenue. - fi-24-ti
caiko and st. t oi-i4 manow iurr,.
A special train will leave Cairo on
.Monday, June Jrtth. at 1 o'clock p.m.,
arriving at St. Louis at s p.m., same day,
for the accommodation of parties desir
ing to attend the National Democratic
convention. Half fare rates will be
given, and tickets w ill be good to return
till after the. convention, (tegular trains
will leave at 11 o'clock a.m.. and arrive
at St. Iui.s at 7 o'clock p.m.
54 4t Jonv Focoftt. Ticket ent,
IK I. Rill: A I ION OK Sr. JOHN'S It if BV
CAIRO 1.0 1)1. F. NO. 237, A. F. AMI A. M.,
AT THK. ASYt CM Ol CAIRO CGMMANDIRV
VO. 13, SATLROAV rVFN'fNO, Jl'NE 21lU,
All members ol Cairo Lodge So. 23",
and Master Mnsons in good standing,
wit'u their families are cordially invited
to attend and participate in the festivi
ties ot the occasion. The asylum w ill be
ipen at 7:30. p. m.
fi-23 2t. Jamks S. Kearmkk,
Chairrean Com. on Arrangements.
Mr. John White, and Miss Hose. Pallas
of St. Louis, were married at the Plan
ters house In this city yesterday morn
ing. The ceremony was performed by
Justice Cunningham. Mr. White Is a
well known Ohio and Mississippi river
pilot, and was formerly a resident of this
city. He now stands at the wheel of the
Polar Star, plying between St. Louis
and the Tennessee river. He has many
friends and acquaintances who; wish him
and hi fair nartner a long and prosper
rou st. i oi is.
One of our Paducah, Kentucky, ex
changes says : "Tho -Cairo and St.
Louis Narrow Gauge railroad proposes
to take delegates and others to the Sf
Louis convention and return for $5.50.
The Jim Fik will make connection with
the train on Sunday and Monday, and
persons who wish to visit St. Louis on
this occasion cau go there quicker and
cheaper than they cau go by any other
route. We therefore advise those who
intend going to St. Louis to take the
narrow gauge road from Cairo. It is the
shortest and decidedly the best route
that could be adopted."
Judge Mulkey returned from
Hon. M. J. Inscore, cx-member of
the Illinois legislature, nod Jackson
Frick, candidate for the nomination for
congress on the Republican ticket, ar
rived iu the city from .lonesboro yester
day. John G. Ma liii, division sopcriu.
tendeut of the Mississippi Central rail
road, is iu the city.
Mr. O. Hughes and w ife of Centralia,
are in the city. They are stopping at
the St. Charles.
Dr. W arduer, who has hceu lu Phil
adelphia for the past three weeks, arrived
We again call attention to Zell's popu
lar F.ncyclopedia. The second revised
edition is now tieing issued, and for com
pleteness, comprehensiveness and accu
racy has no equal among works of a simi
lar character. Containing nearly 150,00t
articles upon every conceivable subject
coming within the range ol human
know ledge, embelishfcd with eighteen fine
ly executed maps and 3,000 engravings, it
is to the possessor a full and rompletc li
brary of itself. None the legs notable
feature of the work is iis cheapness.
Complete in r-ixty-four number-, it Is
furiii-lied to subscribers at. the extremely
low price of llfty cents "lier number, de
livered monthly, in fik Ii quantities as
parties may desire. Mr. I!. T. Melville,
general traveling agent, is now in our
city prepared for a thorough canvass, and
we urge upon our readers that they ex
amine the work and give their orders.
On Thursday morning Phoeho and
Tom Cannon arrived in the city of
Cairo. They were destitute and wanted
money to get to Cape Girardeau, where
they said they had friends by the score,
and the draymen and other kindhearted
pcoplo on the levee, raised them the ne
cessary amount to pay.thcir passage to
that port. But, instead of boarding a
boat and hurrying to their friends, Tom
and Phoebe got on a bender, and raided
such a big fuss about the wharfboat,
where they took up' their headquarters,
that some one put a great big head on
Tom, and then the police, In order to
top the thing off in style, put hint In the
lockup. Phoebe accompanied ner part
oer to Ja,l, and parted from bins saying
'never mind Tom, '11 be around In the
morning with a pocket full ot leads to
get you out." But Tom h 'till In limbo,
w hile rhoebe is doing the city and wait
ing Un the time when her dear Tom rlmli
be restored to her arms.
The following Is a hM of letters re
maining uncalled for lu the iost otllce at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Satur
day,June24: Ladies Brook shaw, Fannie; Baty,
Sarah; Chambers, F.meline; Choat, Mary
.;nes, Mary, Frerrett, Mollle, Fren,
Untli; Grant, Kissie; lloleman. Jane;
Hampton, Belle; Hunt, Millie; James.
Julia; Jones, Mollle; James, F.Hza; Me-
Gee, Kate; Martin, Emma L.; Murry,
Annie C; Shaw, Martha W.; Tomerlin,
Gents. Blum, A.; Bourmau, G. 11.;
Barrum, Henry; Blair, James K.; Ball.
J. W.; Barry, W. K.; Cady, P.. J.; Cole
man Sander; Dunn, K. 3; Dickenson,
Harry ; Kims, W. W.; Farroe, Kdwanl ;
Frecburg, M. K. 11; Fray
ser, Robt. M.; Gordon John F.
Grant, P. M.; lUrgrave, Chas.; Howe.
Win.; Kaitcuhnrger, Gust; Kelley, Pat;
Koons, Theodore; Lane, John 1L; I.ohr,
Ixniis II ; Mahaney, Timothy; Morrissy,
Edward; Magea. Willis; McCaul
ley. Win. W.; Naughton, Thos.;
Ilollin, John ; Short, F. II.; Stevens,
John ; Stoner. W. II.; Whiteel, A.: Wil
son, Geo.; Wilks, II. C; Wilder, J.;
Warne, John; Washington, Joe; Wal
Persons desiring any of the above let
ter shnnld please say "Advertised.''
Geo. W. Mi Kkuu. P. M.
Aboluielr Pei leei .
Having kept home for over thirty
years and used several cook stoves, tie
tire o say that we arc better
pleased with the operations ot tne Char
ter Oak than any stove we ever n.-ej. U
bakes splendid, requires but a small
amount of fuel, water in the iervoir
heat; Just right; take it all in all, we think
it an absolutely perfect stove and give it
an unqualified approval, lt-(lC)
National Deiaorrnlie Contention.
Illinois Central Railroad, Oflice Gener
al Southern Agent, Cairo, June 20th,
1S7C To persons wishing to attend the
Democratic convention at St. Louis,
Juno 27th : We will sell excursion tick
ets to St. Louis and return at (100;
will commence sale of tickets June 25th ;
good to return until July 1st inclusive.
J as. Johnsox,
ti-22-fit . Gen'l Southern Agent.
Mill Another Itediietlon In Hull road
tnr-M.Iy I lie A'alrw nnd X itieennc
Hull road . oininnjr .
New York iy 50
Phiadelphia 20 75
Baltimore 20 50
Washington 20 50
Boston 25 00
C. S. Saw yer,
0-20-31 General Ticket Ggent.
The undersigned Is prepared to pump
Hit and repair cisterns or build new ones
on short notice and at satisfactory prices.
J. S. Hawkins,
23d and Cedar streets. Postoflicc box
Linen fibre, plate finish, letter and note
paper at the Bulletin office. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Dr. Smith has removed his office to
rooms 8 and 9, Winter's block. Entrance
on Seventh ssreet.
Wah Pkpartmakt , Kivkh Kepoht, i
June z'. s;u i
STATION. LOW WATKR. HANOI.
FT, I IM. FT. IN.
Cairo :w 2
filtsbunr I --) I a - '.
Cincinnati ' 1 I Xi u
Louisville i i II V ''
Naaliyille 'ft J XI l
St. Louis LI u t
Krnsville V u All
Mriii.uia -J .' I -
Vick.ibuiif :is I ' 't
Sef Urlean-i 4 3 i u
Bi-lovr liifc'h wafer nl- 1874.
I AMES WATSON,
Serxeaut, SiKOul Service, I'. S. A .
Sieainer Jim Fisfc, Paducah.
" i Grand Lake, barges, St. Louis.
' Grand Republic, New Orleans,
r Joseph II. Bigley, St. l.ouh.
T.T. Hillmun, Nashville,
lite n. t in.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paducah.
Grand Lake, barges, N . i .
H rand Republic, St. Loui '.
T. T. Hlllnian, Nashville.
The Johseph H. Bigley goes hack t o
the Future Great.
The Grand I.aLc unUed here Thurs
day evening with a big trip lor New
Orleans, .she was nlio towing the iron
steamer Caroudolct for which she ic
ceives the freightage made out of her.
The Quickstep passed up about ten
o'clock yesterday morning from Mem
phis fur Metropolis, where she will get
The Grand Republic passed up about
four o'clock yesterday morning; with a
fair trip. She put oft several passengers
here, but did not make fast.
The T. T. Hlllnian brought from
Nashville about titty tons, including 25
bbls Hour, 25 tons bar iron, 22 tons bun
dle iron and some miscellaneous freight.
Tho James Fuk had a big trip of to
bacco and other freight.
John While, pilot of the Polar Star,
was married to Miss Rosa Tallns, of St.
I .nn is, at the Planters' hou-c hi this ciiy
jester Jay morning.
The Grand Republic had nearly one
hundred people. Including several dele
gates to the St. Louis convent ion
Fffry cents, at Winter's Oallerr,
Will b received at tlie rity leik ortlre
U4.HI Monday, July 3d, ISTil, for the ntv
printiDc lor one year. Hald t.idi must In
elude tn cot of puMI hingine mum-ll t.ro
cedinirs, nrdlnsnces, and notice ol All
kinds inserted by ny city oftierr or bv or
der of to city council. The cfiv reerves
the right to reject ny ami all hiils.
Jas. W. Stkwart,
tAtRO, III., June 2t, s:a. city Clerk.
Wlli be received at the cltv clc ik's oiti e
until Monday, July 3d, 18Ti;', for furnishiug
all lumber the city may require during
the fi-i sl year endinif Uecember 81st. fsTtj.
.Sid lumber to be irood sound whito oi
burr oaV, free from sap or I. ad knots, and
to be of Niu li cllnieiisions not excecdiiifr
twentv-foiirff-et in length-and to be de
livered la sucn quantitie and at i h times
s the street rriiinnttlee mav direct. I'be
city rc'rrvr the i-lpht to re'iect any and all
Ids. Jar. W. sifwari,
t AiRo, IIW.,.lunel, I8;. t.it c letk.
All liinior deslers wlm.e Iiopiikos exidre
July lt, are notilled that they nm-t have
new bomU ex. i ttted and llled In tins oitine
on or before Tuesday, .fitly 4th, in order
that the council may lake action thereon ut
it tirnt regular nipetluc In July.
.lis. w. "tewart, ( itj ' Ink.
1 1 ' . "
To the Worktii laa -We rau furnich
you eniiloyment al which you can make very
large putr, hi yuur own loRaiitie, will.nut bemit
way IroiiihoineoTrrnirlit. Aircnti wuntisj in
every town an. i ronnty to take rulisoi ilieni fur
'Hit-Centennial lieroi.i, ti lurire-t imlili -atiou
In the I'niteil States M iaKC". ' t roliuiips; t:i
evanly llliwn-nle.1; Terma nly l ier year,
f tie Itecnrit it devoted to whatever is o mtrreit
connected with the Centenninl year. I lie Great
hvhil'itinu iu I'liilmli'lpliin Is fullv lll.istt atexl
in detuil Kvenbody wuiH it. 'The whoie
oile trel a t'renl Intrret iu llioir ountiy'-i
Coiitenuial I.irthdav, ami n.int to know all
sliontic. An elrg-anl patriotic rravon di winK
ireroiiim I'icture i presi-nteil free to prh ,ib-n.-iiher.
It i entillnl, "In reractiibei-.-inre of the
meU,nnilre.lth Anniver-a. v of tlie ImlepMiil
enre ot the L'nitcd Slates. -1 Sie, v.'l hv jn in
ches Any en.! con l.ecome ue.-eifii) agent,
fjr hi.t ahow the wiper and pirturp and huu-tlrctl-cf
!nlc.rilw-rs are easily ol.ta.ned every
w here. Tlieiv is no lmsine ti.at w ill r.ayligr
this at iresent. S e ri.v.fc many oi-Dia who are
iintl.iiijf i hifrii as tw per dnv an t upwanla
Now i tl.e limes don't delay. RptiitinU r it
cot tiothinp: to (rive the l.ui iif si a trial. Send
for Circulars, terms, nd sample copy o paper,
which are sent tree tn all who applvi do it to
day. 1 ompleteoutlit ire to those who deride
toenfrfre. Farmers and mechanics, and their
oua anil JuUKiiter make the very best ol'arrMs
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tlicreture we win tiiaranfir r-very I'rmnu orink
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Drying, and Entirely Free from Sottiair-
Our prices ore from HO Til 50 I'KIt ( EXT.
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A trial of a sample keg will convince any
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what he should for hia Ink iu limes 1M . f'ut
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Kot'KTIt NUMBER (JI LT) HEADY
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Dr. .tohn flail's April f'hlloaophi.TS (t ools).
T he True American a characteristic Poem.
Washington a Marshal of t rance.
.lean Inttclow's K ancy.
New Howe-tar Poetry, fur April.
Dora Pedro' l'haracti-ritic.
A Whi-I Partv in the Ark.
'Three Capitalist Aator, Stewart, Vaiidcrhilt,
Mark Twuiu ul a tlorso Auction.
Kirst Female Lolihyist at Wa-hintft.m.
T he tiirl of St-vit e Spanish Poeiu.
Koyalty in the I 'nited Suites.
Artemiit Ward's C haracter and Peculiarilir.
Monthly Kti oi-d ol Congress, etc.
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3 AFFORD, MORRIS
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City lUtionAl Bask Building, np-tULr.
?b 01dt Et.bllhd Arency In flout
ra IlUuoi, repreaentlnv or
I.IQl'OR DF.AI.KRA- O
R. SMYTH & CO.,
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Foreign and Domestic
WIXKK OF ALT K1X!N,
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raimh ol the Limine.
Blake & Co.
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now Shades, &c.
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THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
i I ne tirnati Old
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Which has stood tho teat of 40
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no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache.no Pain, that Afflict tho Hu
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or other Eomestio animal, that
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A bottle costing 25c, 60c. oral
has often saved the life of a Human
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Usefulness Mauy a Valuable
Dealer in Fresh Meats
ttwM Whlartoa vnd CabmiaIaJ
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rr ir n fcr J u t . r
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