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The Cairo Bulletin, May 30.
'; ont Kocsiunot'T rorKiT.
Ko'ticK to Sthancikiis. If .vii nro
strange In this city, don't full to call on
Vi'Mct nnd cxamlno hi stock of clotlilng,
Wis, shoes, ll,t' cnPs nml fim,M,inS
! goods. lf
1 1 ' Sinco fringe, cords, brnld, button
ndlssois constltutu Mich n prominent
imrt or n vowis Mf pd why niny wo
not sny tlmt slie Is "eiognntly upholstered,"
In.len.i of "finely IrcsJ.'.l?"
Saratoga wntcr, its puro nml' fresh ns It
gaeiiei from mother Knrtli, nnd with nil Its
lltvor nhd rufrwhlnf; qunlttlM relnim-d,
fan ho purchased by the ginss, from tho
"Saratoga .Spring,"' t Messrs. Unrelny
Bros.
Tho. large nml hnndsomely inodoled
itcnm tug lying Hi our wlmrf, was built by
Messrs. Cutting & Co., of Metropolis.
Messrs. llecsl nnd Mnnn, of this city, nro
siinnlvlnt: ll with machinery. It Is owned
In nn'il will lm tiod nlut St. IiOul, for
which point It will 1 ready to start In ft
week or two.
$10,000 worth of Cloth ino, Fuiinimi
ISOOoOtlS, UoOTS, h"0K!S JIAT!, UAPS,
Tnu.VKs and Vamsks, going oif nt a unc-
riflco nt Isaac Wnlder's, corner of Sixth
ftrect mid Ohio Lovco. Now Is your
rlmnco to get n good suit nt a low price,
tf
Mr. Fred Thcobold, nftcr llvo months,
oliscnco In Ocrmany, returned homo yes
tnrilnv morniiiL. Ho recelrcd a warm
greeting from his friends, nml nt night
Isenberg's lino sttlng bnnd complimented
him with n serenade. Ho desires us to
thank Mr. Isenbcrg for tho compliment,
and to nssuro him that it was appreciated
mid wlllbo remcmhered.
Vctor NelTi mnnnnoth stock of Spring
clothing embraces all tho now styles, and
what can bo found nowhere else In tho
city a largo and woll varied stock of boys'
clothing. tf
Mr. Oeorgo E. Lounsbury, of Mound
City, has Veen appointed managing ngent,
for Southern Illinois, of tho uKtnn Lifo Jn
suranco company. Ho will establish his
head quarters In Cairo.
This Is an excellent appointment. Mr.
J-ounslury is ono of tho most active, Intel
llp,ent and popular young men in tho coun
try, Ki.J will glvo tho business charged to
tils supervision, tho most zealous attention.
Go to Peter Nctr if you wuntn stylish
Summer hat, clothing to suit tho season, or
anything in tho lino of gents' furnishing
goods, fully ten per cent, cheaper than tho
samo articles vo'ro ever ottered In this
market. tf
Tho editor of Keal's State dinette,
(I)ycsburg, Tennessee,) think tlmt uu
will havo a heavy contract" iu atoning
for our shortcoming. Visibly, but ho
forgets" that wo never lived tr Tonnesseo;
nover voted tho lladlcul ticket j Imvo very
fow I'mluciili acquaintances; never visited
.Memphis jn our life, and live mora than
fifty miles from ycsburg. Tho man who
can truthfully say all that, Is not wholly
abandoned.
OAit at Walder'i and e.vami.vk iiih
itock of cxoTHiNci. Ho cannot, mid will
not, UK CNIIEIISOLD II V A.VV OTIIKIt HOfHK
f THE HA SIR LINK. Tills MOCK is f.S
.ntiiii:ly new. and was houoiit nt tho
LOWEST DECLINE IN UOLU.
1. WAIiUKK, Corner of Sixth
tf and OhIe Leveo.
Tho weekly lll'LLETIN, which wo pro.
poto greatly to enlargo and improve, In
few weeks, Is mid will bo furnished at tw
dollars per copy per annum, or ten cople
for Sl.', cash in advance. It will contain
editorials on all live subjects, n largo
amount of local mutter, full nml rellablo
market reports, political and miscellaneous
news, corrwpondence, etc., tho whole form
lug just such u paper us tho pccplo of nil
tie surrounding country ought to hav
from Cairo. Make up your clubs now, nm
commence with tho llret number of tint tin
Urged paper,
Just received at V. Not. s, No. 70, Ohio
IVuveo, n splendid lot of spring Cnsslmeres
Coating aud estlngs, which will bo mad
up In the most fiisblonablu styles, and at
prices to suit tho times, n perfect fit guar
nnUou or no sale. tr
Ifour subscribers and friends in tho
neighboring towns of Columbus, lllatid
ville, Charleston, Commerce, Thehw,
Metropolis, Villa Hldgo, Caledonia,
l'ulaskl, Ullcn, Wetaug, Dongola, .loncs
lro, Anna, etc., will furnish us litems of
neighborhood news after tho stylo adoptee;
by our Mound City correspondent, or in
any style, thoy may prefer, they will add
much to tho interest of our paper, und
watow a favor upon us which wo will
gUdljr acknowledge and endeavor to re
ciprocate.
Cool, airy and splendidly ventilated
"uii,canbo ma at tho Saint Charlea,
wlthLord,durlng tho hoUummormcnthi,
at wry f,w frite. Families can bo nc
oomodkUJ during tho ubovo period, with
ourmo.t leirg rooms, at a largededutt.
ion from ruUr rates. dtf
-Wluopulntbojardiaud ornamen-
tal 1rnliniL t.t ......!. . . . .
. v, Vluwn uu U(j ft vcry
rpu growth. The second crop Is already
tu wumy orour M
develops wonder, ltl UgcUblo ,lfu A
ady, on lentU ,rwti u culUva ,
'Spanish Dagger," attl flya , 1
S J. n M'n"IMl Another
Spanish Dagger,- on AYa.hlngton aV0
Bue, hot up. U inches. cy, for tvvo or
three day. In succession. Wilh theso
facts beforo us, wo aro disposal to 4.iv
that it was In Cairo that Vjk pu S
r-titoW 'hose stslk ha, W oH.
tier of so many younger.
STARVED OR FROZEN.
TJII5 MKIJ.CTO.Vs OF TWO LITTLE
Movs rottMii.
31 r. Wllhrow, livings few milt from
Commerce, Missouri, informed us Sntur-
loy, that coiislderablu exelteinont mid
conjecturo wero excited In the neighbor-
lioodofl-orest Al Ills, n fow days ngo, by
tho flndliiK of tho skeletons of two little
children, side by side, lying among tho
roots of a. tree, about two miles from tho
mills. Tho skeletons nru thoso of little
boys, probably seven or eight years of ago,
mid tho fnet that they wore found togetli
or, suggests tho thought that tho chlldron
wero lost, nml lying down mining tho roots
of ttio treo, fro.io or gtnrvcdtodeatli. How
long tho skeletons had been lying whero
thoy were found, is of course, unknown; but
tho blenched nppenraneo of tho bone, Is
evidence of long oxpomro. As no chll
drcn of tho neighborhood havo beou losl,
within tho memory of tho oldest resident,
tho most reasonable conjecturo U, lliul tho
littla hoys became separated, In somo man.
ncr, from ono of the emigrant trains pass.
ing through tho country vears ago, and
wnndorod about In tho deop woods whero
their remains woro found, nntil ovorcomo
by hungor or cold, when Ihoy laid down
mid died. f
novrin cityi-dat.
Quito n largo number of Indies and gen
tlemen took piiKSiigo on.lho ferrj'-boat Cai
ro, this morning for Mound City, purpos
Ing n participation fn iho flower trlbuto to
tho f,000 fedoral eoldbrs wlio sleep thcro
in tho Nntlonal comcUry. Almost overy
garden in tho city wss laid under contrl-
button for flowers, mtl moro than n hun
dred lardors for tho eakps, pastrlc, sand
wlches, etc., Hint nro to constitute tho pic
nic repast
As tho National Cemetery nt Mound
City Is tho larccst In tho Northwest, it is ox
pooled that ns many as two thousand per
sons will bo present mid take part in tho
ceremonies.
Tho Gunnim brass band nml n tint) colli
Hon band accompanied tho delegation.
"TIIKIIOL'Si: WK1.1VKIS."
Spaco forbids our speaking of tho bono,
muscles, lungs, brain, norves, skin, etc.
Hut consider for n moment that tho aver-
ago amount of blood In nn adult Is thirty
pottsids, or nbout ono-flftii of tho body's
weight. At each beat of tho heart two
mid n-hulf ounces of blood nro thrown out
of it: ono hundred mid sovcnty.llvo oun
cos per minuto: six hundred mid llfty-slx
pound par hour; sevon mid three-fourths
tons nor day. All tho llool In thu body
nasses through thu heart in thrco minutes
mid distributes tho nutritive principle to
overy toxturo mid tho sourcoofoverysccro-
tlon. Now, If tho blood Is weak nml Ini
puro, tho danger of Incurring dlseaso Is
Imminent. This Is certain to bo Its con
illt ion, mora orl", tlil prf -f tho
year. And J"t boro wo r - i - .1
or tlio supurlor ndviintagrn ifolVShler's
Herb Hitters for cleansing and renovating
tho Wood. This It will always do, and also
provent any disease nrliing from Impiiro
blood. k'cmio it removes tho causo.- lie
LIn nt onco to nurlfv your blood with this
great tonic, and thus ward oil' disease he
foro it untrenches ltolf in your system
in2.'leodwlt.
'TO)lll.sTo.:)l..,s.
.Mr. N. Zllllkeii, of Owenslwro, Kon
tuckv, of tho firm of Zuckrclgol
Newberry nnd Company, of tho samo city
is stopping at tho Hotel Garni. During
his stay In Cairo ho will lako orders for
Mivworkin Messrs. I. iv os line,
thus presenting our citizens n favorabl
opportunity to patrpnlzo tho most skillful
marble-workers In tlio West, nnu genue.
men who will Insure them tho most com
pletu satisfaction. Parties desiring t
contract for tombloncs, inonumonts, mar
bio mantles, etc., Miouhl call upon Mr.
.Illlkcn, who will convince them that .
N. & Co, not only do finer work than any-
body olto, but can glvo extraordinary In
ducements In tho way ot prices.
MII.LIXKItY AMI IIAIIt (iOOIlS,
Mrs. Addlo Jluck, botweon Ninth and
Tenth streets, litis just returned to Cniro
with n beautiful stock of millinery and
lialrKoods: all kinds of hair ornaments,
ribbons, nets, etc. Sho has thu latent stylo
of dross hats for ladies' and children s sea
sides. Framosof all shapes and colons and
Illusion of overy shade. Herstoek of art!
ilclal flowers cannot lo surpassed in Cairo,
Mrs. lluek will dress hair hi any dcslrnblo
style, having visited thu hair dnslng es
tablithment In the Southern Hotel und of
Madame Cumbcll, in St. Louis, with an oyu
to tlio especial bencllt or lier customers in
utiro, mum
sTiuTvuniliv m ppdii.
Tlio ladles of, tho l'rebyterlan Church,
will glvo a strawberry festival on Tues
day ovculng, May 31st, in tho room rwecut
ly occuiiled by Mr. Hluin, as u dry goods
storo, No. 131 Commercial Avenue. Tho
best of ieo crcnin, strawberries and lemon-
ado will bo furnished for tho occasion, mid
tho sweetest of flowers will gladden tho
eyo with tneir iovennss. AUmlttanco
frco. It.
PIIUTOdUll'IIKI riKITOUIIAPIISi
Go to J. O. Uagwell, Photographer,
comer Kighth street, nnd Ohio Leveo, for
pictures, Carto do Vlsitoi, etc. Having
mudo arrangements with somo of tho best
artists of our largo cities, ho respectfully
ollclts orders for copying nnd enlurgo
Ing old pictures, call nt His rooms uim
eo specimens of work in that lino.
up-suii
LAMP KXPI.OSIO.VN.
"Will tho pooplo avoid these dangers by
using a genuine article, which is perfectly
afo and has tho reputation of being tho
best In use 7 It is. tho Aurora Oil. It
gives a brilliant light, and can bo had at
05 Ohio Loveo. Call and get thn cheapest
"gilt In uo. tf
THE HILVF.lt COUItur '
Tho niombors oftl" Silver Cornet band
havo established a scalo of prices, and aro
firmly resolved to ndhero to it. They pro-
poi, in tho future, tooxact compensation
on nil occasion , great or small. In no
other wny can the organization bo nrc-
served. Thulr Instruments, which cost
them $800 00, nro worn out; and, for tho'
reason that thoy havo, on all kinds of oc-'
caslons, complimented indivldals, societies
nml the public withjrvc music, there is no
money In their treasury with which to buy
now ones. Tho band has been organized
ten years, nml had it exacted
n fair price for Its services, every llmo it
wns called out, it would now havo $10,000
in Its collets, Instead of $200 or $300. And
for nil its gratuitous work, who thanks
them? Nobody. In fact, some persons
feel a degreo of exasperation over tho fact
that tho members did riot abandon their
business and volunteer for tho trip to
Mound City I If theso Individuals had
not bd-n moro nuxlous to savo a dollar1 In
their own poekets, tliau n day's hard,;un
compensated labor to tho members of tho
baud, they could hnvo secured tho presence
of tho band, and nt tho samo timo added
to tho occasion tho charm of good' music,
j-rom every mombor of tno baud thoy
would havo recoived nt least ono dollar,
and from sonio of them ilvo. Yet tho
band Is illiberal and unpatriotic I If wo
were n member of that organization wo
should Immediately smash our cornet Into
n shnpu that would moko it marketable as
old brass, and then quit, ns wo now do,
"blowing."
TIIKCIMKI JIUIIOSCOI'K.
This MIcrocopo Is simplified and adapt
od to popular ns well as sclontlflo use. A
now optical wonder I This is tho only in
strumcntof high power which requires no
focal adjustment, and thcroforo can , bo
readily used by ovcrv ono. oven by chll
dron. Costing only Two Dollars and
Sevcnty-flvo Conts, by mall, post paid, it
is within tho roach of all In tho commun
ity, nnd should bo on 'the tablo of overy
l'rnctioncer. Head ndvcrtlsomcnt in this
paper. iu27d3m.
WALLED 1.1 HITII PAPER.
Why nro tho hair coloring preparations
kept dark? Simply becuusa tho. light dc-
compoH-s thorn nnd exposes their foul tedl
mcnt. Henco tho bottles aro jacketed with
paste und paper. Phalon's Vltalla, or Sal
vatlon for tho Hair, on tho other hand, is
ns clear and transparent in tlio sunshino as
in tho sliado. It revives tho natural color
In over timo-bleached fiber, and does not
stain tho skin. Sold by all druggists and
limey gooiii ucmors, myz.'dawi w
PKIIS0XAL.
Dr. John P. Taggart, assessor for Utah',
returned to Cairo Saturday, looking halo
und hearty his physical proportions tin
diminished mid tho complexion of his poll
ties unchanged. Ho Is,wo learn, on u fly
ing trip boutli, nnd will, therefore, make
l.ii htny In C'atiu lll" lo 1..-
reccrveu uy ms many 4Uds and seemed
pleased to get "homo again." Ha stopped
with lr. A. A. Ariel;.
-Tilt: llCUIIKIl 1'AMII.V NWIKS IIKI.L HIXII
HUM.
Cairo bus rocontly had nn In
flux of so-called Jlell llingcrs, nnd it op
pears that tho tido has not stopped flowing
yet. On AVednesdnjyJuno 1st, tho cole
brulcd Horner Family aro to visit us. We
know enough of tho merits of the d liferent
comp.inys to warrant us In saying, that
''tho Inst nru tho first" or in other words
that thoro is no comparison between tho
Ilerger's and all of tho other company. It
Is only necessnry for us to montlon that
Sol. Smith Jtusell, tho ffreat eomiiue and
Miss Anna Jiorgcr tho charming young
cniiimcdlan, nro still with this company,
and to state, that this party has Just closed
tho most successful engagement that has
been played In New Orleans this season,
and that they aro to open at tho Olympic
1 heatre In St. Louis, on tho Oth of June,
for two weuks, to convince our readers that
tho llergcr r'amily nro tho ne pliisuttrn of
an lien lungers.
n.oi'it.
300 hhls. Flour medium grade, also 1!00
half bbls. medium quality suitable for tho
ftouinern traue lor salo at tho Egyptian
mills. tf
Mr. Thos. Whltlock, salesmuu with
Kittenhouso ic Hnnny, discovered n num.
her of honey bees buzzing about tho rear
end of tho storo, yesterday, mid proceeded
to Investigate tho wheruforcs. His search
was soon rownrded by tho discovery of tin
unusually large swarm, settled upon tho
limb of n smull tree, only u fow feet from
the ground. To mask his face, glovo his
hands, nnd scoop tho buzzing wanderors
into a flour barrel, was tho work of only a
few minutes, and thero they are. "Who
the swarm belonged to and whero it camo
from no one knows. It crossed over, most
likely, from Kentucky or Missouri, and,
Influenced by tho sweet odor sent up hy
mu nij, iwiiiiiiui-u iu loino down ami
settle. 1 "No marks or brands dl
nble."
How many housowives aro thero who
havo experienced tho dillleulty of obtain
ng good vinegar. Head the advertise
mentof V. H. Jlishop In this paper.
my3Ddaw3m
Tiie Hkht and Cheapest Clotiiino to
be found is this City Is at Isaao Wal-
kn'h, corner of Cth Street & Ohio Le-
ee.
Hoshows his goods with pleasure, and
aim never lets Ills patrons go dlssutisfled
Call on Him if you want a bargain, tf
Tho Continental is tlio only cook stove
with sliding oven doors, Warranted In
nil respects. Pitcher & Henry, at 11)2
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
noviOtf
Good Cotton Socks, only 15 cents ner
pair or SI 25 cents per doz., at P. Nofl'e,
No. 70. Ohio Leveo. tf
Drawers and Uhdorshlrts, nt a sacrifice
at P. NcfPs, Wo 79 Ohio Lovco.
Good wholesome Vinegar. Any ono
can make It. Sea advertisement of V. II.
tiisbop In this paper.
w i, i, ' i- '
my25daw3m
A now supply of Calf Boots and Gaiters
Just .received ntP.
toll's, No. f.'.l Ohio
Lovco.
1 HI
Walukiui'is Clotiiino i (upEHioit to'
ANV ItEAUV MADE OOObS IN CA1KO. His
motto is: "Quick sales and fM.vi.l. i-itor-
ITS). tf
Youths' boys' and Children's clothes, n
less than New York prices, will bo wild
this week, nt P. Noil's, regardless of cost:
JURTrocoived at Mrs. O, MeGeu's, a fliii)
assortment of Mipsks and OlitLtmils s
niioKs, ofuvery stvlo nnd description.
nplOtr
Comk and See Me. If you want bar:
gains in clothing and furnishing goods,
corner of Sixth street nnd Ohio Levcij is
thobostplnco to bii v thciri.
tf I. WALDKH.
LOOE' AT WALDltn'B STOCK qvCUTIII.N(l
and furnishing goods this wkkk. It Is
roplcto with ALL THK novelties of tho
season, at prices to suit tho timo. Corner
Sixth street and Ohio luvco. tf
Pitcher & Henry's largo stock of hard
waro, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc.
will bo sold without rcgnrd to cost.
Fresh Kggs and Yellow llutter can al
ways ho had. Kcad tho ndvcrtlsomcnt
"Greatest "Work of tho Age," In this pa
per. mnylPd3in
Chasod, leal mid ornamental rings of
every pattern nro mado to order by
Tabor Brothers.
BaHOAINHI llAIldAI.Vrtl-A good suit of
clothlnc for ten dollars, nt P. NefTs, "t
Ohio Lovoo.
Hk sure to rend tho advertisement
"Greatest "Work of tho Age," In this
paper. mnyltMHm
A KCIKNTIFIC 1V0XIIKU.
Tho Craig Microscope ndopted to popu
lor and sctcnllQc use. ltend the advertise-
mcnt. Price, $ J 75. mli'dilni.
Look to Youn Intkrest, nnd buy
your clothing from "Wnldor, corner fill
Street and Lovco. tf
Ske advortlsemeutof Dr. Ilutts' Dispcn
sary. hemlcd, Hook for tho million Mar
riaguGuldo In another column. It should
bo read by nil. mliM&wtf.
"Waldek, clothier, corner of Sixth
street and Ohio levee, sells clothing, huts,
cnpl, boots shoos and furnishing goods,
cheapor by 10 per cent, than any other
housu in Cairo. Call und satisfy your
selves beforo you buy. tf
nm.
rpiiK
FIRST KITIONIL BANK
or
IIANIBL 1IUMU, I'rtaldrssli
KOBRRT W. mi.Lr.K, Vlc.lrr.
1'. N. IIIIUHKH, Cmliler.
Collections Promptly Made
ExcIiHiicrc. coin, llank XOfVN
and svriUvd NtntcM Nvvuri
Ilea IIoiiKlit uusl
Nulsl.
Interest Allowed on Timo Deposits.
rjpiii:
CITT
NATIONAL BANK
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
CnpUuil - - $100,000
W. I. HAL,L,IDAV, !retldcul
A. H. NAPSOHD, Ca.liltri
WALTER II VHLUP, AxUlmil Oaihlrr,
intt:;Toit.s.
NUU Tailor IV. P. Ilsllldsr.
Ncolt Whltf, ltol.1.11. 1'uuulniihaiu
(li-o. II. tVllllawaiin, Slrpliru Hlrd,
A. II, Nnfford.
JSxoIituiise Colu mid
tJ. N. JBoud IIoiiKlit
and Mold.
33opoiteisi lloooivocl
tin
A UKNEHAIi UAMUIWU HVHIXVJiH
COHMIOTKU.
11
TJ1 M. WAKJU,
f www wv.
wv-wiis
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
IN PRKfAKED TO HL1, RI1KKN
Promptly and KiillfHctorlly, with llm very host
rucwumj,
OAK and HICKORY
LfTo Ordera at IIhIch Old SUiid
OH AT VHR fOAT.Uri-lCK.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
Three Itoiulkltri of llrnltli.
If nil lc-kly pi-nrl'i Intlieworlit vu-r lotnlic
to tliKir ii"l Kiiil ilcinnii-l iiifdiuu trpntinrnl.
Ihrrfl wniilil tint I io ilott-irs i-nouali In oltoml
them, nor n aiithelc-nt number ot Ihn rollout to
liuraa thrm. Tlirro i-onilltiniKMR nb.-oltilely ca
KentUI to le-slth, vlr. In roo-I ninllli-, en-.)' ill
HH'tUm, nml Ilic nliill)- u -ilc-rp ruiinitl)'. Uurrii
el((lil nf tlismnny tlioilsntnlsHliu miller from In.
tllKpoaiiioo. uitun nni moor uinu-r serloni ill",
ran-, coniiUln that thoy "can't nit." Ilmt lliclr
l9llinci)H iirp-oni 01 orurr, r lllal lliov "uiin i
lepwcll." I'or Oils vlsx of nllincnts i-w por
mn llilnk of vallins InnnliVfli'laii. Norli lino.
cenry. In.nminilin'-i n couri-o of lloitcitt-r'n bit'
ior iii eerisiniy relist niiiuilprnnxrincnis or mo
(.touuoli, lliollMT,nn, ho norroii njptcin, from
itiik'ii Hnnvci nj'ficiiro, iiiiut-iiuoii nnu Mt-upifM
noFs nrlre. TIiih excellent ti-i-tnhlc tome and cor-
ri'i-ino n imn ii iieiixiiijin nnniiyup. insotninn,
(or Incnpm-lly tolcii) wliloli km u-li'il nllllm
orillimryrnnilli',wlllvli-lil K-mtlly Ion iloc if
tlilx pli-iijuiit nilMivi-tukciijniit lKfurert lirlns
iiiorinuiry lui-ini-ai prji ucii u u uuiu iu
KlTc ntoni3Ctil-, nn ilpJrlnit.in lnvlL'oinnl.ii no-
tmrlrlP, or nn aiiito-riaie. an Hip Mo rur llin iiiiip
K'lnninsjrS'pp'in wrwiiilrel but In thN i;rntil tf
lorulltonll tliPKniiu-ilii-iiint nrJinrllri.oiul inmiv
ithcrK nrublPinUxl In illiii proiuirlloii 'I litin, tliu
illK'tloiil KtlliHilAli'il, ulnlntlin IkiwcU nro mull
Kifil. (hplirpr loiokl. tho Irenulli rfcrniliil. the
iipjviPitlir!'t, tliolliintii purllli-'l nml tho clti-tihi-tlon
pqunlltpil. Kla Im-IIoiiiiI Hint Ihxrii Ik no nlhi r
rplor,illvo Mini rrutilnllnK iiipiII-Uiip in tlio wdrlil
wlliiihiiotpsii Iipiii-ApIiiII) iillil iiun-i-ililv Upon nil
thennlliiil itlli and miretivo oraunmt tlio Sin
llllio. Pltil to ll ho l.tck llm tllrop fiindaiiioiitnl
rffiulKllovof hiMillli nnd i nloviiii.iil.il HuoroiH no.
pptllo, Soiiml ilUi-.llini nud rpfrexliliiitnlvcp, It is
i-onu jenny rccoiiiiiu-nuuj a mmm-ciih-.
M.iv ao. Poil
ATHENETJM!
TlillXlJIlM!
ONE NIGHT ONLY!!
Wednesday, June 1, 1870
THE BERGER FAMILY,
fit-srlsassss Xloll lUngorM 1 1
HAKPISTS, VOCALISTS,
V10L1N1STS&COUNKT PLAYKltS
for the pnllhroo your I with tlio I'rnk Kniullj.
will nppctir u niiovo, amimli-d by
Hnl.N.MITIIHDNSr.li, llnuinrll
A. J, WIIITCOMII, HurplMl,
Ml in MAVIS STA.M.V, VncalUl,
). V. SIASlD.VKIt.Nolo uriii-l,
II. HAltSJII,
Now 9oni, Diiotn, Ou.irl'Uri, ln'lruniomal Oirr
uimrHun-r viH-nn.iin, i.oinio urnllon
Violin,
UoriKt nud Hint! Ik II Holo.
AHMIilUN ........IBrrllU
I loom open it 7; locominiic nt S o'clock
lny)d3t W. W KOWLKH, A?ni
FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY
THUSDAY & FRIDAY
June 2d & 3d,
Thcjiri-at
Emerson Minstrels
18 ARTTTTIC!
ii,nt mc iiiiiin-iliuKj Krnnal mipf nimnii of
Billy Emerson
Tim l-t onit nnd ilnnr.t umn, nud tho Kmslct
j.iuiopian, irturiiniiii iiioii
O so 33 ID I J. 1J
lti llin norld.
Adlllif'lon - . . Vlr-
liot-ried lj-at
Ticket, fur mI )'!. llnrtnun. For further
puiiK umrn tpn uum ui mouny. IlinyXtilPI
JMPOKTA.M' TO
EVERY LOVER OF NATURE
THE CELEARArTED PATENT
Graig Microscope
I'urlnK thn put tlx vcr Hi wnrll. In. Si.-f.
i tind 10 hy thoumniN of trli-niiHi- nun. ithiiul
,.-w iiri. Fiii'irm., pny-ll(-lllll4,HIi tHMli,
niiiipiiriru u'iii iuj.i.-. in populur u. xell
SCIENTIFIC USE
It In mi npticnl wonder. In rnnjnll lutf pou iir !
I0TH0USAN0 TIMES
Conihlnlnir -ndl in.trurtlun with imum.
mi nt i A luutlfiilu ft, kiI I one thnt ueior lo-
ll lutfri'. l.ic vi-uli ihc im.tcii wundi-n uf crrn
l ti'lt III VIU'iMr, annual, in uul, r, ihft-M)
lillfi.il. Mlif.'.r nn.l itnl. Iii.tit.. .nlllr ..I..I. ......
Hdiilli-Miion In luo.lnnd dragu, nl.a th Irlchma
Hjiiraii urMru ivurui.
A Beautiful dt Ornamental Instrument
.iinuiiiimnn tun taiilrnr ntrry fnmlly, phyilplHii.
vclClitllW limn, Minimi and kcliool.
AN UNSEEN KINGDOM
fioiMnrtl lo IhA vjuhy I hi Inolrniucnt. NoIovit
IM llin IH'MUIIMH HIM1I1 M1 wiinoui II.
I. my liis(rumoiit u iut up in u m nt with
lii!lilinftjoin for iiMins It, (iirorully i'.ls"i hj ihu
tlitt proprietor fnarunlfi h a mU UaiimU to iwh
"" i iiuuuiiiii Hnt ih'i'ii mm ity iimii. fetiii
niiruiuruu a nrt' Piuiinunitiu utrry tiny.
I'nce Itv limit. iiutiiuu iirennil. mA !, tni.
Atl.Ins i:, if,
Una..
ni.1 I.ocml Street, St, I.iiiiL, Mo,
iimj-J-Diil
Thn h nilifnmi nf
SIMMONS'
in.'.: ' .'T"T
1'irer roiiijuitltit urn
I'UlfrtHIH'M Itll'l pall)
in hiv "ixsj. r-uiiiiT
'Im Hhuiiltffr. aiul U
nlwitfi luatt v( ul'iK ti.u uml Pii-ku.. UiMt-Isi in
nin
ociuiipnuiiiiiMrr,t
i si j isifajf nfi iijiiik una tin i. iiffiirv
liibaiiun, viiiti6Mlru
jiMti ui iiif-miry, Aft'Oin
lIMininiHiuipiiliiluiMfit
tiilinnuf Iiuviiiji lc im.
lllllll Ml Ili'Ill nn u I li
Uullt 10 hill I. Ik I'll ilftm.
...ir.. ur.......i..T. .i... v
ua ulleud tho dint-iiki). aud uUnht-r tlinci t-ry
r nf lliPin ; but tlm Liter In Runi-rolly the oruaii
llutolrviia C'uru llm Liter uiih
. I................ ... ui nn nii.no aymp
ftW
II10.I
Xx. Slin n i on. '
Liver Regulator i
A nrpharallimor roolnand ,icrl.i. u itrr.s.a..i i
iricily veKftuMts iuiU can do no iniun lounv
It haa hecii ued liy liundreda, nml l.-nnun for
ctuioua und liariuluaa pri-paratiima etvr oilored lo
llinsiitrrltiK. If liilu-u tvularly and ifrittnllv
it I. aiirn tot-iire, '
iv m.i ui 1 1'm. n. unn ul tun inii.t roiini.iit tii.
lllyipj-jiaia, hoailaelie,
Jt...!.,!!.!-, L-l.eieHN,
ll-K lll-lliJui-liH. i.lirnni.i
inn nima, anwuona of
1'i.niiiiT, rainp
ItKClilurv. niltrtiinia
. i .. . -
tit tho skin, Impurity of tho Mood, inelunuholv.
in Kiiluuv a. rett-r. iit-i idii.ni.ya
,1.1111111. illnciutg
jir ilepri'salnnor aplrita, htarlhurn.colio, oriuifii
nriniiulio
In llm LohpI, piiln III tlm hfiul, fi-vi-r and niiue.
iirnpiy, uoiia, pain iu ino hick nml lliulx, ii'lliiua.
eryalpi; as, fi-iiule atlfclioita, und hilioua illat-aaea
jenirally. x
l'ri'part-d only hy J. II. Zellln K. Co.,'
i'riiKKlsts, .Mai-ou, as.
For wile Ly Ilaroby llrothcn, Ohio Lcrco,
Cairo, Illinois.
Prii-Plli hynisll II ts, in-i)-2lilnwly
!t Until Up. "
i:n3AVfl Foil YOUNO MKN. Tho encrvatod
nd used up, who hnviilost lliolr Joullifol enrrjy,
nmoltlon, nnd Ixidlly ilor, In tli puriniU of o.
In I plca-iurc, with wonln "ofchfor, nml military
nld for Hip xi-omlnfily hopclpn. Hont froo, In
pnled onti liipcs. Adilroi-n, llonsrd Aorltlno,
llox P, Philadelphia, Pa.
iii)iMdwnin
' MEDICAL.
rilUIITII WILL PltllVAHi
X
"Tlio Sutnii SIIh ul this Ioor, Soinc
Will Ho Cured."
Wo nro ImliPV to plce Ijcfuro thn rilltcnS of I
f.'ntro nml lt ii-lnlty, Hr. Ilulm, lm of wow Al
Imnjr. lit) Is pormuiii-nlly loi-ulnl In tliln clly, fur
purpln ul priu;iKinK iiicui.-iiit. in u.i on
ioiii brniiclico. nud Mill ntlcnit to nil cnll- In lli
city nr tin vlclnllv, hy ilny r nlRlit. Thf lloijliir
htm prii.tlrnl mcllelii'ihiritiK period of twrlit)
years, iliiriiiuwinciiiiiiiK im una inn iirgopnun
of pmiMlon hi-recr In lm llsl. Iln pri-PJrM
mm furnishes alt hl nit-.llelnpnt hl olliirt ll
hui Imm n trry i-iKx-e-iful In llin tn-nliiirnt of ul I
chninle illiw, IuhIiik di-oli-l ihcxriMti-r pur-
lltiHur Ihn pitnl i-IKIiiyi-.irt l.t rn-cn in uiiiii imr-uctr-r,
uri'l lnnsi-nrrt-h cwr tiirnt-d one nnyun.
ciiriil. AfN-r tnlclim their In chnrnii h
clmrKt" MothlnK fiirrininilluiliinnt hl nllii:.-. (In
mil noi niiii(r joiij wimi iiami jmi juh ihmj i.-i
tin. Old cnen nf twciily jrtiiM' Huullna "
i-urcilhy him. All old Hire, It millcm lint whut
llirlr ciinillliuii Kuriv)m In nil loniif, i-uti-d In
imhurttiine. KMnl.i mid rnui cm cured wlllinut
Ihn iinoofthfllcnir. 'l',i.niiin .vcllcl l.y
Ihn UMinf nni-uly dl.roterrd liimlli'ilu-, Million!
lull. AllVurtn'or rrylicl mid iIIh- of Ihn
nkln cured III Ihe Khurtriltllnc ,
I nlo kcfpiin hnndthn liiJInn Oil, dlcoTiirr-.l
hy nm wluhiln tlioClicmltco nMiou in Iwji. "or
riilnntmy ritllce, or rent by i-sprvmi tomiypHof
thf country.
ThuUil vuri-xcolim nnJrrunpn in ncuilnit-.
ll)-iuliv:ha In Ihrc-n iinniitrn ; i-nr.nohe In l'-n
uilnutnii .- neiimlxlitln flo tnlniilcat rhfiiiilnll m
Inonuhouri lltnia ehlMreii nnl ndiillulu anhurl
lime All nthnr rhr.or pain", nit immd hrrc,
nre cured l.y tlilx Ull In tho ohorleat lline. I-.Trr
IxiltlnlnUix-tlrd uithfull dlnilloim fur lining It.
If It full to do what l i-laliiif-d for It. com" Imok
ikI set your moiK-y. Pilco Wi-intnand tl oiprr
Imlllf.
tllllcn.corncrof KIkIiIIi mrrolsnd Ohio Uvrc,
iipitalr. , . , .
I nm crsdiilnof Ihn HommopMhio fVnoMnf
ritjn., Ohlit-hivlna Erwtlialrd In llm yi-r
1.H. I tklfO crndiiut 1 In the Ik-U -lic rirhool of
t'lticlnnntl, In Iho year I KM.
Ualro, llllnoli, Mny -a, d:iin
UROCKItlEK-C'OMNlSSIUN.
W. fllrnttun. T.
lllnl.
s
TKATTOX Ac IIIKI,
(bucccfiri tnfitrstlon.Hulan A Clark,)
"VVllOlOHCllO
GROCERS
comssiii4 MERCHANTS.
07 OIIZO XSXT33ia
CAfRO. ILL.
AuriitD nf Aiutrlmu I'nmltr Co., ntt
M niiufaeiurrr Asrcssta lor Cation Vnrss.
Q U. H'lI.M.lMSO.V,
GROCER
rTstoruci2
( tMlMUKIO.V Mi:illl.t.T
Xiu 7(1 Ohio l.ercc,
CAIRO, ILL.
Nprrlnl lipnlloii clTrn lo I'unnlcss
menu and filling Ortlcra.
J.J M. IIVI.EIV,
GROCER
ASP
S'llMMISSION niuit'HA.vr,
No. 72 OHIO LEVEE,
VAIllO, ILLIXOIH.
CtriCrnrfsirri .Mrrclmmi of S'ulrn.
rpin: iii:ai nkihi:.
Millinery, Fancy Goods, Etc
MRS. C M'GEE
lurll nvlnl nttrnt
MILLINERY GOODS,
HOSIERY, NOTIONS,
KID GLOVES.
AVsiiiunV .TIImi ' uusl Children
FINEBOOTS,
Antlit tlioiutri'lothftr llnnui I tint cannot 1h t-nu
iiif rttitMi in liii nuvf riissfiiiHiii ki.u ... ....... ..i-..
lo (te.frrH nml mntutu.n for her MtnljlUhmrnt
siniisu ss
THE CHEAP STORE.
ller L'poda are lr.h,wioiinhleindfii-iMoiiallp.
Shwlll wyou mure or thkaine ainouul of
ninnt-y nmiinnyntlii-ralnrn iu l..wn.
Iiuirt Imy
until ni l in i mi I.... .........if- lu it ..... . ii-
litifry KofKU nr Hiniii-n'a nnd i-iilldri-u'a linn
uni mu
t-n'a tin
inyllir
jJJIW. I..1XCJ
HaaJont Itsrrlt-eil aPallNlorkof
MILLINERY
Ami luWlcm!i Lmtlm Iu vail Hint x.
IHHIHIJ MIVIII
llfltHlinil iMllinCtl MA)ihnsl l.ra...r,.l An.l ...
moii'l'i iiivufilliiK to 0m veiy Intent Myh,
lNo. BO Toxstli Hti-oot.
lletWimhliixton Av. and Walnut fitrfet.
M
US. 91. MVANDKIt
llcaloriii
3IH,r.INI3RY
AMI
IMleh Fiirnislilnir (Jooils,
Ooumorolal --croxxo
Vomer Jslnlti Nlrect.
All klmliof clolhlnc (or Ladloa'wrar mada In
orilfr, or trad) made. Alan, a lull afaortiuent fo
nil"- aiin i-iiea i-iiiiea. iiieiica
rihde's mm,
OAlIU cut
tiuirnoAr
(:iui)Iii.vrrH
' Aiirriur.
CIAS. T. Hilt
CAIRO, IJT,!,.,
ACJ13IUT
CAIRO TRANSFER CO
THROUGH BILLS UDING
Ohcn to nil Avnlliililii Points
BY RAJL.0R BY WATER
St. Louis, Cairo & New
Orleans Packet Co.
TIIE HTtAJIKHS
BIHMAHC'K
..TIIOMIM ( , M..I
UllKKN, Hi.
Ji M, d.s
KISI, ili
..I'KI'I'KII, d.i
.J.COl:i. d
..Alll.i:, .In
.-iiiihi..ni;i, .in
..iii. or. .in
KlUSISKIMS.
IIKXTKIt ... . .
COMMSSNWKAI.TI!
THOMPHON II KAN,
StMVIC HKANi;il...,
MSII.I.IK Alll.f. ....
W. H. Allrllllll........
IISJVTINS-.NTAI
SAI'L.SNKC-AMSIIIS.S. .lll. ilo
CoinpririnK nil the flncl ml irr.l M mil u(
M. Ixiilla.
I'lirNi-n Oilrnu. Ti.i- hlrniiirr
LlvrMiol( Ntw Vnrlt. Ilo. Inn, anil !!
i (.Son. Tcim.
I'nrr nnd hhipp-r run rH on nn d ll
toialn Imtinx utiru 1'iinrlunlljr nUnt,
CIIAH.T. lll.NDK.
Ilrnrrnl Aciil. (Ulni,
Ofniin WhnrflKint. ruhlie Iiii-Ijii
Memphis and St. Louis
Packet Company.
Tim fallowing !lfiti-omrric Ihl. Llnannd will
run In tho Mlbwlnjiiirdrri
Memphis Packets
HunU.
Arrlff nt Cniro, Airlve nt Cairo.
sw, rr,
rd.LKST uicis. iTuM-Ur, I rn lurdayla m
jrl.f, Sum
(HtAM 'IXlWKIt ThnrlyS sc M :. I.y.l a.m
i
l-linoi, na.irr
KI.LLK MKuriilS, Sn'u. , " .
l tnl l4t n4f D i sl r rt
W iiiniitii (I a: ,,r
Arr-ti-'
lol.
MAMMI.K (.'ITV,
Wli
.),l .in Kr tin). 1
it; dO
JUI.I.I.
COI.IItAIo, Krldny. I p.
C1TVOK Al.TO.V do
in unity. I n tu.
I UJ
n ;Tuf.iT,l.iM.
Ill'llini.V
CITT UK CAM id,
Sunday, 1 p
i In
id
(linur. lin.alM lnn. Willi
Norlharn Line I'ack.t Cniiipany,
K.nkult I'arkrl Ciiliipali',
Uiiialia 1'ark.ct S'liMipalir,
and Varlou Hallioatf l.llira
At Jleiiiphla with
ManipliU anil Willi III ver Patltel Co.,
Arkauaaa Klvcr Packet t-'oiiit.any,
Mamiilila ami Clinrlr. ton It. It.,
and Jlllaaliil Trlttitaacc It. II.
At Vii-UlurK with
Vaioo itlrrr I'arkeCa.an l
VlrkaliurK ami Meridian Itallroail
OlTini llirmiKh bill, ladinit and llckt-l.to 41
Mil. iHml. l.y rnllurri.rr.
CI I AS. T. lll.NDK, G ni-ral Airul.
Otllre on Wiiarldoal.
W)l,.8ll,VKIt, Tlckflnnd l'jwMtiB.fA.riil
Nashville and Cairo
Packet Company.
f HrT.V Consisting cl tho lollotvinj.
')lfevc'?jSik-nillU jitusonur sti-aiiitirs'
Talisman
hTltOMI Mulri I
l.ritti' livery Sloiuliiy nt
llTl
.SI.
I I1
Tyrone.
IIAItMON Ma-it-r ,.....-.,.....Ci.
Lenti a llvcrjr Tliurkdiiynl 1 1. St.
, ,.., John Lumsden
UA VIM. ...... Mutrr I ....('lira
l.t-atea ; try Naliirilay al I. 91.
Tliroiii.ii IIIIIm I.mllnj; (Jlvoii Vln.Xiisli.
tlllo und Cairo I'atkt-ts uml
M.'iei n I.lni!"
T. Kanlivlllr, l'liallHiiou;a, Triui.i At.
lanlHi 4'iiIiiiiiIiiin. Itoine, Stiirini, II.
Ilaliiru. V-t 1'oliit, SJeoruetowii. Mil.
l.-tlKSllle tin.: Kiirnulii, Ala. Miinl.
Koiuary, Alu.i 4'harliH.iun. N. ' i Ht-lnia,
Ala,; havniinlii SJa.t ViliuliiKtii, M, S'.t
1'oluuil.ln, N.l'.. .
WAS. T. III.MlK,
Aiffiit nt Cairo.
Memphis and Cincinnati
Packet Company.
MK.MtV JONErt, I'rea'l. HAM J. IIAI.K, H'y.
. J" UIHIIIHII.IHI ) inn IUIIIIWIIIK nr-.i
'ra!v.f,," rl.iaa atf-amem.
AL.I1K UKAN...,
KSSII'T IIUHMN.
John Fliunk', MaU,
Kri.uk Milne
H. II. Sillier "
lien At. Mmili-osi '
.....V. 1'. Walker
MINNKUI.A
S.II.VKII ,tlSt.
NAM J. HA I.e..
Onanf Iheahovu Nulendld aleamera li-avn (!niri
for Sleiniihla everv i'liekdav anil Hiiiiitiluv. .ml
for Ciuuiuuntl etery Friday und t-nturday,
C1IA.S. T. IIIKUl:, Agent, Cairo) III.
inn. u cm nnari-oai.
Evansville , and Cairo
racket Company.
rsSj)lndia Piisspiigor Menu
idlewild.
rilWI.KIt Ma.ler I W. KUWLKlt
Lotvin Cairo tjunday and Thur.day at a n
Quickstep,
(IKAMMBH Maaler I PEN.MN(!T)N..
Iitsvea Uairu Tueaciay anu rriuoy at o p. it I
City of Evansville,
DEXTER Maaterl N. 1'KNNI NOTON ,M Cle i
LeateaQiilrq WvdneaJayaandg.ilurUaya ut - ii.in
CnueofliiK at I'ailuean Willi Teuneaaeo river
aekt-ta, at Hniithlaud ttitli Nuahvlllo paoketa, at
!vanavflln with thu reL-ular nai-keta for lioulaillln
andCini-innali, andlliv K. 4 . It. H. for all win,
iMonn. uiinniiri i. iiinnr.,
FORWARDING
A.eul.

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