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The Cairo Bulletin, May 33.
til K KOlSIIAnOl T IMICKKT.
THK HKST IN t'SK-Kniler'
Drawers and llnllersliirts, nl a MTlfiro
at P.'ftelV., Jfo 7lt Ohio L'tvcc.
Ohnscn, Wl fitt.l ornamental rings of
every putlcm arc uwh to (,;,,,r ''.v
Tuber Broilers. ,
A new supply of Cir H""" "
Ju.t received flt I. Nell"'. 1
Lotto," ' . . - ;
Fkcmh lis and Yellow Jluttor can al
ways 1.0 had. Uo.id thu advertisement
'Greatest Vrk .if the Ago," in this pa
TitchcrA Henry s largo stock of hard.
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, Unwnre, cle.,
Villi Lo sold without regard to cost.
Jvst received at Mrs. C. McGce's,nflno
assortment of Mishks' nnd Ciiiuikkn's
shoe, ofeverv stylu and description.
Col. Koarden has Ipnded tlio Fanny
Ilrsndiesand a largo largo with hoavy
oak timber all for Keokuk. Tlia boat,
towing the barge, will leave to-morrow.
XoTirr. to Stiunomis. If you nro
strange in this city, don't fall to call on
Waldcr and examine his stock of clothing,
hoots, shoos, hats, caps and furnishing
goods. ' tf
,-Tho Metropolis colored folks will Ju
bilate to-morrow, over thu fifteenth amend
ment. Tlioy aro preparing for n largo
crowd. The rb(rnlx band, of this city,
has been hired to assist thn speakers In
$10,000 worth of Clotiii.no, Fciiniisii
iso (iooox, Hoots, Siioks, Hats, Caps,
Thu.iks and Valium, going off at a sac
rifice at Isaac "Welder's, corner of Sixth
street and Ohio Jvoe. Sow Is your
chance to get a good suit at n low price,
Valdek, clothier, corner of Sixth
street and, Ohio levee, sells clothing, hats,
caps, boots shoes and furnishing goods,
cheaper by 10 per cent, than any other
house in Cairo. Call and satisfy your
selves beforo you buy. tf
There was a large crowd at the Flora
Garden ycterdsy; and if anybody falleil
to enjoy the delightful shade, the odor of
(lowers, the excellent music, and tho dell
clous ices, etc, his head, heart and stoin
h were terribly out of fix, and he van't
Tiir Hrst and Ciikai'Km C'i.otiiino to
be found ix this City Is at Isaac Wal
ur.x's, corner of Cth Stiikkt & OittaIi
Iloshows his goods with pleaure, and
und never lets Ills patrons go If s ntl fled
Call o.v Him if you want a Imrgain. tf
Sheriff Myers Is manifestly detcrmln
t J that the personal taxes, now over-due,
shall bo paid without furtlierdelay or till
IOI115. l,:nt week ho seized olio man's
hone, another's sofa, another's uiclodcom
and a fourth one tewing mnrhrnc, and
made hit taxes out of them. Further le
niency, ho says, cannot U shown, on ac
count of niee, color, previous or present
condition. He must have hit 'iluvaU.'
4,'oot, airy and splendidly vcutlluted
rooms, can bo had lit the Stint Charles,
with lioard, during the hot summer mcnth,
nt rrry'low prictn. Fauillies can lo no
ititondated during tho nbovo pcriml, with
our most desirable rooms, at ulnrgriltJutt
tun from regular rates. dtf
.Strawberries were quite abundant Sat
urday evening, and tho prices declined
with the sun. At ii o'clock forty cents
ier quart was exacted j at four o'clock,
thirty cents; nt 6 o'clock, twenty-five
cents; and during tho evening a very good
berry could bo obtained at twenty cents.
Tho burglars who "went through' 11
half dozen stores and residences at Villa
HIdge, one night lust week, no doubt
visited Cairo tho ensuing day, and might
havu ken arrested had our polico been
duly informed of tho burglaries. "Widow
Hutler's and Mr. Frombvll's stores, and
Dr. Mutt's residence were entered, und $115
stolen from tho former,
TUUICCO, CKUUS, ETC., IIIKsl'i:iI Til ('
Mr. 11. Myers, Ohio Levee, has resolved
to clte out his present large and well as
k"rted stock of tobacco, cigars, snuff, pipes.
Me, st prices that will insure quick sale.,
HI buUilIng having been imowhut dam
kS"l by the recent Are, and tho removal
of Us ttotk, he has concluded to overhaul
M uhlv He Is, therefore, desirous of
getting ndtf uurto,. aato j0 ,0( wlJ,
glvcpatroMutraordlnary bargains. Ho
Jwt uy.l,. this, and will eon
vmcealUUuuy thU upon ,lim of , ,
sincerity. To Wfc.al(! b ,0 w
uff"!"mnihmd to all ho
will give Urgahlt,lty nnm 10W,
flso in thecouMry. my20ft
Call at ViWU, . .. .
. , - EXAMINK Ills
stock of clotuiko. lleesnllt,aud will
vtTtuiri v wvu i.t.,1 '
1 . . . ' "'hoiit at tho
J- "WAI.DEH, Cornirr of Sixth
lf fc"d Olio Lt-v
Bristol AStllwell having mQe fc !
tract for some of the best Ktraw,.i. !
grown in Southern Illinois, aro enabled to i
Mil tnem euuer uy int quart or eraU, und
alyritt to cornjxtr with any n th uutrhtt.
Orders ahead can be left for them hu& k.rj
tV1 lupplled, fresh, Just after every evn.
Ing train delivered, if derl, txni f
charge. So 32 Eighth itret inyJ3t
If any on6 would scon flat contradiction
of JI10 adage that "beauty unadorned is
adorned the mot," lot him contemplatolho
fuinalo jiopulatlon of Cairo, nnd ho wlllseo
It. Uowlll sco tho beauty of our young
wives, widows nnd nilssi, and the "good
looks" of our "elderly women'' vastly
heightened by tho handiwork of milliners,
whoso skill and good taslo in tho work of
adorning tho human form divine aro al
Mr. C. McOco, for instance,
from hur elegant stock of hats,
boniicts, ribbons, lacen flowers nnd trim
mings can add charms to tho most ohnnn
Ing. Tho fountain of youth which i'oiico
do Leon tl'uln't find in Florida, is net to bo
compared with her millinery establish
ment, in tho work of rejuvenating and em
bellishing tho fairer portion of humanity.
And that lady I Just look nt her I
"riltff ulk In tienul)', llkolho l)lf;lit
Of cloudtr clinic mil Mvrrj iklox ;
AtiJ sll (lull's Lent Of lik ami l)rllil,
Mee.s In lis r atpect and lier rye."
And 110 wondor. She is Just from the"
hands of Mrs. Swnnder, corner of Ninth
and Commercial, whoro can ho . found ono
of tho most fascinating stocks of millinery
goods to be found In tho State.
Hut thcro goes her peer
"A perfect woman, nobly planned,
To worn, tocmforl e, cnimnniel,
And yet ajoy uplrll brlfihi,
Willi toinelhlng of an ngcl llglil."
That's tho way M!rs. Lang, who may bo
found In tho Shelloy building, "gp'.'s em
up1' having, as sho always hug the an.
plianccs to enhnnco thn beauty of tho most
"Como to the festal board to-night," for
a tlottn "urlgbt-oycd benutics will bo
thcro"' -tnado irrcsltlbly fascinating hy
tho adornments of person received nt thu
hands of M rs. K. II. Oswald & Co. Thce
'brlght-fvcd" ones understand that "beau
ty Is mightier far, thnn nil tho Mimp nnd
power of war;"
'That steel, nor fire INelf lialli power,
l.lkc woman In her conquering liuiir."
A cordon of bayonots, therefore, could
not have kept them iiway from Mrs. Os
wald whoo osslstanco is so essential in
making such conquests.
ith ci milliners, is It to bo wondered
at that all our neighbors admit that in tho
production of handsomo women, Cairo
beat tho world7 "Wo think not.
A I'lltXCK KOIt CAIU0 IIIILIIKIIS.
Tho commissioners of tho Southern llll-
nols Iixano nsylum cvlnco no disposition
to solicit bids from Cairo builders and
mechanic for furnishing tho material and
erecting tho asylum building. At all
events their "l'ropo-als for Hlds" liavo not
been published in thn columns of tho Cairo
llt'LLKTix, Now Uiu aforesaid commis
sioners mav not know it, but wo do, that
Cjiro contains the rrry meclianlcs they nro
searching after. Tho mechanics who tun
put up tho building In a short a time, and
in as good a style as anybody else
in the Northwct live right hero in Cairo,
and it will not surprise us a particle if,
when the proposals aro opened, it will bo
found that thulowot und bent one has been
tiled by a Cairo builder.
Feeling liberally dtpned toward the
institution we will say this much without
even thohopnof reward; thnt proposals
will Ikj rxulved by Hen L. Wiley, liq.,
Anna, Secretary, etc., until July 1 Ith; that
specifications may bo seen at the office of
tho Hoard of Commlloner in Anna, uny
tlmo after tho 1st dny of June, and that,
in tho mean time, any information desired
may be obtained by addrosilug tho ecre
Tiii: mii-fii: wk i.ivi: i.v
Spaco forbids our speaking of tho bones,
mucles, lungs bruin, nerves, skin, etc.
Hut considor for 11 moment that tho liver-
ago amount or blood in an auuit u tinny
pounds, or about one-fifth of tho body's
weight. At each beat of the heart two
and a-lmlf ounce, of blood nro thrown out
of it; ono hundred and snvcnty-llvo oun
ces per minute; U hundred nnd fifty-six
pounds por hour; soven and thrcv-fourthn
tons per day. All tho blood in tho Wly
panies through thu heart In threo minutes
and distribute tho nutritive principle to
every texture uud tho sourceof every secre
tion. Now, If tho blood Is weak und Im
pure, tho dangor of incurring dlseaso l
Imminent. This is certain to bo its 'con
dition, moro or less, ut this period of tho
year. And Just hero wo are admonished
of tho superior advantages of Mlshlor's
llorb Hitters for cleansing uud renovating
tho blood. Tills it will always do, and ulao
prevent any disease arising from impure
blood, hecuutu it removes thu cnuxj. He
gin nt once to purify your blootLwith thin
great tonic, and thu ward off diseuto be
fore it entrencho iWclf in your ystum.
A number of tho most promlneht and
Influential citizens of tho noble old com
monwealth of Kentucky havo united to
gether to form and recommend to thu peo
ple at large, for patronage, a very attrac
tive prize scheme; und wo aru glad to bo
ablo to suy that tho inducements aro so
grout, and tho security for tho faithful per
rurmancoof all promises so strong, that it
place tho wholo thing entirely above sus
picion, Wo will bo happy to furnish any
of our friends information on the subject
or to uid them in securing tickets,
Will thn people avoid these dangera by
uing a genuine artlelo, which Is perfectly
safe and hus tho reputation of being tho
best In use 7 It U tho Aurora Oil. It
gives a brilllaut light, uud can Iwi had at
95 Ohio levee, t'ftU and uet the. etii-unest
Vgnt ill u- tr
Thn IllfrcrentCammlttees, etc
A meeting of tho citizens' committee,
appointed to iimko iirraiigcments for do
coratlngtho soldiers' graves nt tho national
cemotory near Mound City, wns held at tho
offlco ofD. Hurd dsSons. .Col. John Wood
wut called to tht chair, and H. II. Cand
On motion, tho day for docornting was
changed to May 28lh, Mound City concur
ring. Tho propo-ltlon of tho Cairo City Ferry
Co. to furnish transportation to Mound
City and return ut CO cents por person
children half price was accepted, and, tho
chairman Instructed to oomploto the ar
rangements. Tho Furry boat to laavo in,
tho morning at 0 o'clock prcclsoly, hjk! fC.
turning to leave Mound City at, 3 o'clock
p. m. ' i
Tim following committees worn np
. pointed 1
On Music Uol. Wood, Judgo Hros and
Col. Iteardon. '
On Orators Colonel Drown, Kov. Mr.
Footo and 1). Hurd.
On Prograramo Cols. Itcnrdon, Wood
and Graham, with Instructions to arrange
n programme in conjunction with Mound
On Flowers II. H. Candoo, Chairman,
with power to appoint a committee or la
dies to solicit, (lowers of tho citizens.
JOHN WOOD, Ch'm.
il. 11. CANDEK, Soc'y.
Commltlcoon Flowers Tho following
ladles have boon appointed on this com
mtttco and uro requested to notify parties
having flowers to strew upon tho gravel
of thoso o,000 braves, to send them by half
pat eight o'clock, on the morning of the
decoration, to tho Cairo City Ferry Dock,
ut tho foot of Fourth street:
1st Ward Mrs. Jowctt Wilcox, Mrs.
W. H. Gilbert, Miss Knto Whclock, Miss
2d Ward Mrs. F. Brots, Mrs. N. I.ln
ton, Miss Kittlo Brown, Misses Steele.
3d Ward Mrs. I P. Butler, Miss
I'hillls, Miss Lvon, Miss Copeland.
4th Ward-Mrs. S. Walters, Mrs. W. P.
Ilullldav, Mrs. P. H. Pope. Miss Annlo
Pitchor. H. H. CANDF.F., Ch'm.
SCHOOL AKU Clll'UCH PICXIC AT MB. CUT.
Thu St. Mary's Catholic school and
church picnic, ut Mound City, will be hold
on Wednesday, tho 20th Inst. Tho citi
zens of Cairo nro cordially invited to par
ticipate, und fur their especial accommo
dation tho steamer Odd Fellow will maku
two trips, leaving In tho morning at 9
o'clock, and again at 1 o'clock p.m.
This opportunity to cscapo for a short
tlmo from tho beat and dust of tho city,
and at the same time to encourage deserv
ing objects, will not bo overlooked. All
Who cull do SO, Wilt uorltnly go. '.'t
WALLKII IX WITH ril'Ett.
Why uro tho hair coloring preparations
kept dark? Simply becauso tho light de
composes them and exposes their foul sedi
ment. Hence tho bottles nro Jacketed with
p.uto and paper. 1'halon Vitulia, or Sal
vation for tho Hair, on tho other hand, is
us clear and transparent In tho sunshine at
in tho shade. It revives the natural color
In ever tline-blcached fiber, and docs not
stain tho skin. Sold by all druggists 'and
fancy goods dealers. my2Jdawlw
A New York preacher says that "no
man who uses splritout liquors can get to
heaven.'' Of course he meant such execra
ble poison us is retailed In the Empire
City. In view of thu undcuiuble excellence
of tho old whiskeys, puro brandies, spark
ling wines, and creamy ales sold by Pat
Fitzgerald, of tho Sun Flower saloon, no
Cairo preacher has ever ventured u like
declaration. Indeed, we havo heard mon
say thut everybody who patronizes Pat's
beverages is immediately jxissessed of a
serenity of soul, u christian fortitude and
resignation, that make this mundane
sphoro of ohm as good n heaven as ho cares
about. Thut everybody may share in tills
felicity Pat has fixed the price of his in
comparable Cincinnati lager beer at S cents
a glmi, nnd everything elso nt about half
what it is really worth.
The finest Billiard Saloon in Southern
Illinois can also bo found in connection
witli this popular establishment. tf.
1 avail myself of tho medium of your
columns, Messrs. F.ditors, to acknowledge
my obligations to tho Albany City In
surance company, for tho vory prompt
and satisfactory manner in which it ud
justed and puid thut portion of tho loss
sustained by mo during tho recent tiro,
which wus covered by Its policy of Insur-
.... ti r
mice. Tho company a special ageui, nr.
Kdwin C Lowis, whoso head nuartars uro
in Chicago, visited Cairo, and instead of
acting upon tho presumption that controls
ton many agents, that all persons with
whom tlioy uro compelled to adjust lossos,
"rcqulro wutching," proceeded to ascertain
tho liability of his company in a business
liko uud gentlemanly manner, treating
everybody as worthy of confidonco whom
ho did .not know to bo unworthy, and
when that liability Wus ascertained It was
promptly and cheerfully paid. I can and
do, therefore, cordially recommend tho
Albany City as worthy tuo patronage or
all wlio desire unquestionably safe Insur
ance. Agent lor vairo, v. n.ssuRncs,
Esq. l.OUln JiJSKUKKT.
Jlay M, ibjo.
Look at Waldkr'b Stock or Clothing
and furnishing goods this wjcek. It it
repleto with all tub novelties of tho
season, at prices to suit the times. Corner
Sixth street and Ohio levoo. tf
Comk and Skk Mk. If you want bar
gains lu clothing und furnishing goods,
corner of Sixth street and Ohio Levee is
the bast place to buy them.
tf ' 1. W ALDER.
IP. Uross, P, M., Presiding J
If wo wore John Lock, nnd like John
Lock, had knocked down old Han Leo, n
mlscrablo old woman 80 years of ago; and
had whipped the half decomposed body of
"old Bill Leo," and smashed tho fow nrtl
clos of furniture in thoir wretched hovel,
wo should immediately crawl Into tho
smallest hole we could find, nnd Implore
somo one to plug us up there. Mr. Lock
boing himself, however, will probably con
sider that he is sufficiently punished whon
he pays tho flno of $20 and c,osls, by lying,
at the raloof ono dollar j,cr day, In tho
John AicWillians sampled too much
tanglefoot, and was lined 12 nnd tho trlm
'mlngs. Paid on demand.
Henry Little was charged with drunk
enness and disorderly conduct, and tho
chargo "stuck." A llttlo financial trans
action. In tho 'squire's office, that followed,
rellovcd Henry of ihrco dollars nnd tho
James and Emma Allen, a colored pair,
disturbed tho pcaco of thoir neighborhood
by loud and unsoomly conversations that
wcro spiced with red hot anger, nnd wcro
fined therefor $5 each. Thoy couldn't pay,
and wore committed to the calaboose.
Enfma Coylo was drunk I This is a bold
and unvarnished assertion, but it is war
ranted by tho facts. Not having $3 nnd
upwards, to proplato tho outraged law,
Emma Coylo was calaboosod.
Ed, Tumor, a man of color, stole I", on
Saturday last, and was "found out." He
was sent to jail to await the action of the
next grand jury.
When, at an early hour yesterday morn
Ing, Mr. 0. Winston, opened tho side-door
of his rcsidonco, ho was confronted by two
strangers. They had landed from 11 steam
boat they said, and finding all tho hotels
nnd saloons closed, thoy we.ro in search of n
drink of water. Mr. W, tondcrod them 11
sunt, nnd pasted to an adjoining room to
get. tho water. When ho returned, ho
found his visitors walking about his parlor!
That thoy left shortly oftorwurds will, pro
bably, bo taken for granted.
What thu purpose of thoso men wus, wo
cannot of course, with nny degree of cor
talntysay. Wo think it highly probable,
however, that if Mr. W. had boon absent
from homo, Jils dwelling would havo btcn
ransacked and plundered.
Officers and members of Arab Fire com
pany. You aro hereby respectfully
notified and requstcd to meet at tho
hall of the engine houso on next Monday
evening, May 23d, at 8 o'clock, precisely,
ax business of Importance will bo brought
beforo you for your consideration.
Bv order of H. WINTEIt, Prest,
Attf.t: A.ESCHBACK Vlce-Pnst,
Tiioa. J. Kkrtii, Sec'y.
By using Mrs. Whitcomb's Syrup for
children many a doctor's bill can bo saved
and much suffering averted. Head the au
vertisement in another column. rnv231w
Matthuss Jc Uhl, Ohio Levee, have fifty
dozen straw hats in store, and are anxious
to givu somebody a great bargain In them
Call soon. 3t
Look to Yol'k Lstkiickt, nnd buy
your clothing from Walder, corner fith
Street und U-vee. tf
He sure to read thu
"Greatest Work of the
Age," in this
IWn Able, Columbus)
himJ IUI, ;iu,
(,'llr uf Ktsmvilln. Kir:
lirlle Srill)lil,hl, 1,0,
n 11111 1 ova,
Cilv ut Alton, Vicksh:
Iiexier, N (!
(Irani! Tower, ilu
(iritni Iuke, do
Msr) lloiistua, Ixjulnille.
I) KI'A HTUJir.lt
A lisker, du
cuyuf Krsnstllle, Kv
Collier. HI lHll,
ciraii'l Towar, ili
Din Able, L'oltiiiilms;
llelle. )Umihl, Mnilpl
bam J llule,
bain ilrown. X O:
Mary llousimi, ih.
liniud Luke, lirauri T
Tho weather was clear and very warm
rroin tuo unto or our lust report until tins
morning, when it becamo cloudy, with in
dications of a storm,
Thu river has commenced fulllhg, alter
remaining stationary for iuvcral days Irom
tho ctfecU of tho Ohio river rlso,
Tho Mississippi is still falling at St.
Louis and above. The Missouri rising
atSloux City, but tho rise may not reach
The Ohio is stationary at Pittsburg, with
four feet water and heuvy rains reported,
It is falling very slowly at Louisville,
with five feet down tho chute.
Business has materially improved at our
levco slnco last report, and receipts pur rail
and river, as well as shipments by thu
Utter, havo boon largo.
Thu Evansvillu and Nashvlllu packets
continue to bring good trips for reshlji
ment to St. Louts, Now York nnd tho
Tho Idlowild brought 52 hhds tubucco
for rcshipmunt East por Blue Lino, besides
considerable freight for the South.
Tho Marble City is tho pocket for St.
Tho Talisman is tho regular Cairo and
Nashville packet this ovoning.
The Itlchmond is now loading and will
Isavo for N. O., this evening.
Tho Paducuh packets leuvo iiuny ut 4
Capt. Olias. T. Himlo is agent for tho
The Robt. Moore Is about broken In two,
and cannot possibly bo saved, Over 100
hhds of her tobacco has floated oflTurrJ been
caught and sold at Paducab.
For Judge of the .Supreme Court.
Vt'esrn authnrlseil to nnnmee that tlio lion.
BIDNIirilttUtHi: will boaeanillitale for the oltleu
of Jndso of theSiiprtme Court of llllnolt, from
,o First OrAtui Division, l.ieellon mi Moml.iy,
miUJTH WIlX WlEVAIli.
Tlio' Satan Sits nl tho Boor, Nome
Will Ilo Cured."
We are hai'tir to tlii'e lufnre Ih" fill'ti of
Cbiio ami Hi vh lolly, lr. Ilulu. hte pf New Al
hany. Ilelseiriimiielilly lueiileri In llilseilv. for
t'm iiUNiasn of jirni'llcliiu meilleinn in all Hi
.jrinii. l,r:inchi...nii. Mill ntlcinl to nil ealls la Inn
ultyorlUvlelnlt, hy ilnyr iiiuht. The hector
wis liraturi'u iiifiiiiiuw mui iiih ,'.'" v.
yeura, during uhlt'htlini) hehsi Im l a lr shiini
nrnciicu wiiereYiT 1111 ims mr.i. w.
I rm-uLlia nil hi mpilu.lnes nt his nlflre. He
has been Very cuee'emriil In thn Ireutinsnt of all
chronic disease. lialiiiK iletoled Ihi-ureiter tmr.
Una or tan i:il riKin yviirt in cnsoi ui iiuirunr
aider, and has sean-ely ever turned ono ") tin
cured. After tikln their cnten in ermrKO lie
clurKes notMnjj hire utisultatinns at Ins otllcn. Ilu
r in not iiniier' mi i IVHUI.IIIJIVIIS juu jvi ml, . i
on, Old cnci of twenty years' stmrilnK nie
cured by hlln. All old soro, it instlcra not whnt
llieir eoiiunM'iisi in nn lumni i.i. .. ...
ashort tune. Kl. lull and enncors cured without
tho use or the knife. Tni.wonii expelled by
thn usanf anenlr dlscotered niwllritie, wlthoiit
(nit. All forilliof eryslpclft" atnl disease nt the
skin cured hi the shortest lime.
1 also keep on hnndlhii Indian Oil, discovered
hy tne while in the CheroUer nntion ill 1K.. For
sale at my tilliee, or sent hy express tuaiiyjiart of
Tho Oil cures colics. aiider.iinm in fire minutes,
Headiii'hn in tluen miniilesi ear-Hchc In ten
minutes, neuralgia in llt inlnutrsl rheumatism
In one hour I Ills in children nnd adults In ashort
time. All other aches or puma, not ruiiiiml here,
nrneureil by IhlsOII In thn shortest time. l;ery
iKittle l laMled w ith full dlrcctloili fnr using It.
lf it falls to do whnt Is eiiilincd for II, enmn Uek
and aet your money. JVke Wcentsnnd II iiier
Oilier, enrner of Kij(hth street and Ohio Lesee,
"'I'am'ii'irriidiiite of the llniiiieiin'ilhlo Ailionlof
Clevchinii.Oliln-hav!iic jiMiluatcd in Ilu ycir
1.M. I nl'o graduated in the Kclectle School of
Citicinnall. In tho year IM.1.
CJirn, Illinois, ,'iay z.i, n"
K'lulc of James (iunnon, ileccased.
TIIC liniiersllllll'll, lialll necil uuiy aijminir
Kxirillor nf the Inst will an t b'Stament of Ja.tica
itHllllUH 11., ii "'.iiij
BtJte of HI liols.ilccea(cd,hieby gljes notice that
inl. ..f ii.. cnl.ni, ..r ii.,...
will niMM-nr uriui,. iih- . '.iiiiij ..un. wi .i.-.
i..,....i .1 Cn.l Itnu.. In Cil,n nflliA
Sllllt I WIIIII3 , i ii"- ...ui . I -v ... . ...i ..."
July icrtii, iiii the 'I hird Jlmidav In July, next, nl
Willi: II HUH' HII I "II llill II IM . til I I II- l.fcMIII
estate are nolitlcdnnd rciili -lii to attend for the.
puriiosnof lialni( the same ailjusteii. All persons
In lehted o snldclats nrn reiiiesled to make nil-
icdintn p.iymeiit lotlm iinntrsiiriie.i.
J'aiCII IIIIS l-lll HUT VI .'1ST, A. in,..,
MK HAKI. liA N.S'O.N, Kmeiltor
W. htratlim. T. Illnl.
TKATTO.V sV IIIK1,
iHih cessors tof-lr illun, Iludsmi A "Urk,i
C7 OUZO XjUVUE
.tvriitt of Amrrli aii I'nuiler Co., mill
Miiiiulacliirers .tifrntsi lor I'ulion Yarn.
Q. 1. WIIXl.t.tlNOX,
't.n.nissi. .MEiu ii.iXT
No. 70 Ohio I.cvce,
Nperlnl nticiitlou iflyeii to S'uualcH
tueiila aud 1'llllnK Orilru.
.if, 111 i,i;.v,
No. 72 OHIO LEVEE,
K-HcHcreiiccM, MrreliuiiU ol I'alro,
3 GO Pi
O S I M
sw ksiasasjari ra
lat Si s
cam no, iijtj.
COMI'KTKNT ASSIKTAXI'S! "
"Our tliioits) (ur Heat Heferenee.'
llnse the lareest and eninptelesl slnck itt
I A I NTH,
And Kdieral oods In Iheir line to ! Inliiid le.
Itiecii HI, l.mils mid Memplil..
In Our Prescription Department
We usa none hut Hie
ITKKSIT ANISMSMT MM.IARI.K
pAINTKIW M ATKKIALN.
, A lull linn ol
While- l.cail, 7.1 nc, I'srls While,
Vnrnlsliea, (Mis, lanlnl Hrssatira,
Siliira, Vr.t sVr.,
I.N LAIUli: STiK. K,
At Dnrolny '.
i. iti oiii. "
Just rrctlvtd Irons lr. Ilniulln'ai Lain
rnlory, at Chleno.
Its merits as a medicine need no arieitlln(
This notice Is only to Inform you thai it can l.c
Sll'itled to you
A LI. OF THE BKHTQVAI.IT V
rfn li, .HA I. A It I A K I.. ,
For Chills and Fever,
lis the nirillclnc thnt heniu nil
oIIht.. HAHCXAY IlKOTUi
i:itS liuve It iiutlrvs'omRieBtt Ii.
I7SSi:fi: OF JAMAICA
Pure and Strong,
Tss Iso had ls iliv NIhkIu Ileitis
or. at Wbelcalt
lOAI. Ol 1,7
Standard White Oil,
IN IKlh: OKISCH,
l'or naif In siuanllllcM. rrom
tn Itiirrt'I Hiitl tipwHrsjM, low
lor tastli, ut HAKC'I.AV IIKON.
Art liivllt'sl lo exHiiiliio our
rjiiiu cjii:ai ntohk.
Millinery, Fancy Goods, Etc,
MRS. C M'GEE
Invites stHTlal utlentl'iii In her rernt slix-k,
Hhe has a full line of
Woiiit'ii's Jllasis'i.1 ami Clilldri'ira
AlelathoiiiandntherlhinKs that canniit I eiiii.
mcrated in 1111 iidverliseuient, .Sha la ilelcriillne, I
to deserve nnd maintain lor her rstuhiislnnenl
tho name of
THE CHEAP STORE.
Hcrirnod. are Irrsh. seasnnahleainl fashlnnalile.
She will k veynli muru fur tho same minium uf
miiney mail any ninrr amre in i"wn. lion 1 ouy
until )oii lull 011 her espwlally If you want mil.
Ilnery Komls or women's und vlilldrcn'a line
shoes, etc. Inylltf
TOW IIO AT.
Thu Ken Ton anil Juli Host
IP. . COULTER, Muster,
Is prepared at all times to do rll kinds ol tow.
Iiiu and Johhinn on Ilia most reasonable terms,
lluiidiillurturn at Cairo. Illinois.
Ri:C.I!LAH CAIRO V EAST
rOUT U'KKKI.V IUVKET
I,i lives Cairo every
inakniK close connection with trains at
O l .E :r Is. v 1 1 1 e ,
A VII AT
WITH TISINS OB
asr jk. m xr xr xxiii ai.
Fartliular si(tfsilOBi ! way buslHra.
CUM. I. DUE
CAIRO TRANSFER CO
THROUGH BILLS UDING
(iron to nil Auillulile l'olnts,
BY RAIL OR BY WATER
St. Louis, Cairo & New
Orleans Packet Co.
B1HMARCK ., . TIIOMI'H ON, M1.1
MICtl.Sf IIMIS . illlKK.S, d.t
IlKXt t.K J NIX .In
COMMONWEALTH,, l-ri'(, .Ii.
THOMPSON DUA.'V. I'KI'l'KII, .Ii
HUVK R HAN I'll ...McCOIttl, li.
MSSI.I.IK AMI.S ....AUI.K, .In
W. K. AKTIIIM....M.IIllll..ti-KI, il'i
S'ONIINS.N't'AI, , ,. Mill.OV, ilu
AIXINKCAHIMIM,. I IX .In
ComirisinK all Ihe nne.t and itgn Uiats out id
rorNr Olleans Tl. f-teamer
ill l.l- M .Mill i:.rn,fif M.
eiiuni'Cliu at eo Orleans ah Ucean I.inenu
Llvrerpool, New York. Hnatoii, mud Umt
s ..toll, Tela.,
Passengers and Hlnriera can rely on ntie nl tho.
twists (eavmit ' airo punctually a. iliis.
CHAM. T. fllNIir,
llegeral Asent. Cairn,
OHlce. nn V.'harflsiat, 1'eUio IDdian
Memphis and St Louis
. . . . . .
'Die fulliiwinK Il jlsc..ri(jf,e ,,a l.ineau I mil
run In the full., 1111; order
Arrli at Cairo, Airlical CVru,
HtLLK ar Mit ts, Tues lay, i i jr --turilay 1 a 11.
CtTT OKCAIIIO, Thursday S f. . Mmd.), I ..11,
HM.1.1 urMriilx, A'ur lar, iti,rn .'hiirs,, I s.rn
Arrive at Ciru Sr.v al airu
lloats. tHia, tr.
MAIlllI.K I ITr, W.l.s lai, t
Ki '!. I a m.
OI. IIIA Iscs !'r' Inv. 1 a. 11 " n Isj . I . t
ITt UK Al.lO.N lo I
ItrmCON .. !-iinl'V. t t i.,tesd.. Is 11.
M. II, KUllS) Till .! I
Oincr. linnst hi n s, sslttl
Northern I. In I'arktt Compart),
Krokilk I'srktl fJmiiiaii) ,
Oinalla I'arkcl t'fiiiiMii'.
aod Various Itulltunil l.lu.s
Mr 111 pills anil White III vrr I'arkrl Co.,
Arkansas Itlvrr I'arUcI ('niiiiiatiy,
Memplil nml Cliarleslim II. It.,
and Mississippi 4 Tclinrssrc II. It
At V . k.turn witn
Vaiuu Itlvrr I'arkrls, an I
VIckaliurK ami Mrrlillaii Itnllinail
(lillDS tliruuith b.lis la.linxud liiketa to I v
6I iKiiuts hy ra.l nr r!i-r
f HAW T HIMiE.fieneral Aienl
llltkeiill W liM Iisl
h4Sl.. fjll.VKIt. T-rkait IUI.I ruu ARUlt
Nashville and Cairo
.rT'-t. s. Consisting ot tlio lollowin,
A-cig'sj- splendid jiusstner steumcrs
S TIIDM) Mksler I
lenses livery Moulin)' nl
IIAHMtl.N Msicr I - ''
I.rittes livery ThurMlity il I r.M,
John Lumsden .
HAVIrt ... Master 1 ............ nni
iK'airs Kvary NutnriUy al -I I'. M
Tlirouu'li Hill' IiUdlutf (ilvcn Via. Nuli
t Ills unil Cnlro I'at'kfts uml
To Naslnllle, lialliuniou-a, Trim.! Al
laitlH, S i'IiiiiiIiiin, It nine, Mneou, I I.
Ualni". Weal I'oliil, Ucorjjelowrii, Mtl.
IrtlKSlIU ;.! KlifaulM, Ala.i Moi..
Kuuirry, Alu.i riiarliklnii. N. S' lSeliiia,
Ala.i Nntiuiaii, SJa.i lllilluKU.
.fdit at ( .tln.
Memphis and Cincinnati
AI.IS K I) KAN iol"1lfl''nk' ''"'
KOU'T UUHNN .rsiil IJtiie "
MINNKOI.A JI'I ''r .
N1I.VKU IIUUS Ileii Jl. .Mrrru'laa -
NAM J. IIAI.i: W. 1 WuUiT
One of thealwii spicndld steamers Irave CaiM
for Memphis every Tuenl iy anil eaiurdiiy.tHBd
fi.rCuii'liinatl every Friday mid eaturday.
' ClIAH. Tl lll.Mli:. Aff nt, faiio. Ut.
I'mco en Wharf.hrlt.
Evansville and Cairo
.rTrTTV Consittlng ot tim lolloM'
ct35.SplelHlid I'nePKfir fiu-n I
FOWI.KU Master I W. fOI I K... -..f
taw Cairo Huuday an 1
1 Tln.isiiay si 1 1 '
rrnv.MMH'v ICi r
nd Friday air) p. f,i(
l,e HVCs Cairn Tuesday
(VTW! Miislcl K. li:.NNHIft'rOVs...tierl;
Leavea Cairo Wednelsyii Slid Satiililays al (-.w.
Conecllmt at l""'?'! '', lennessce rivir
packela. nt Hnilthls with Wasliilllii iackels,
KTsnaville Hh tlieejiular Iiwkei4 forIjilai lie
and Clni'lmmll. nu.iV'e K. A ('. It. B. i' all pal 11 1
North, ' CIIABM.ST. HIN DK,