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j$xt Bulimia.
ra opihb cm,
(It'll IIOt .MlWIOt'T I'Ol'KLT.
Our Mr. Oberlv nnd family stnrtoil
, nn.i lamiiv siarieu
r t,u- uili irf.
yostordny for Ohio,
be nbcnt probably n week.
A new supply of CnlM tools nml (inltcre
nil ( reread nil'. Noire, No. Ohio
Lovcc
Vonlllntc'd lint, !n entirely new styles
tin; modi conifortablo iitid dpllghlful lint
ever worn, nt .Ino. VnittV.
-01.1 l'mldv fttVughlln
tf.
unset hi
syi;oii In tlio rivdr, yc.turdny nftcrnoon,
ami luift lilmioV qujio severely by fiilllnj;
on tlio pa veil whan.
.
-Oood widlrtaoiiio inef" Any olio
chm make it. ijeo ndvcrtiement of W. II.
Bishop In this paper. tuy'J.Hliiwam
Wo glvo plnce to thu Council p.'occed
Ings' to-day, to tho exclusion of nil editorial
and miscellaneous matter.
Uood Lotion Hocks, only 13 cent per
patr or SI 25 cent per do., nt 1. Neil's
No. 79 Ohio Levee. tf.
A very pruphic and entertaining des
cription of the end of the Lco' grent run,
m witnessed by a passenger on board, Is
published in our river column to-day.
Tlio young man who received thu
stunning blow on tlio largo wlmrfboat,
Monday night, doesn't know to whoso fist
or what caueto nttributo the attention.
(lood Calf Hoot for two dollar and
icventy-fivo cents only at P. Null, No.
7!, Ohio Levee.
We understand that Louis Nnsittino,
who keeps, an Ico-crcam saloon on Com
mercial nvenuo near .Seventeenth street,
retailed flfty-llvo gallons of Ico-creani dur
ing tho -Jtli Instant. ' .
Fnbii Kggi nnd Yellow Huttor can ul
waysbo had. 1'ead the ndvcrtiiciiicnt
"Greatest Work of tho Age," In this pa
per. innyl8d3m
Tlio trial of Jtlnl Hums for an attempt
upon tho life of .lames 1 .Stockton, has
bton set for tho present term of tho Circuit
Court. Some ditllculty, has been expe
rienced, wo understand, In obtaining n
Jury.
Tho framo building vlioo snall-llko
trip from tho corner of Sixth and Lovco
to the corner of Fifth nnd Commercial,
will soon occupy Its Intended location nnd
Lo at rest. Its rcmoyul ban Involved n vnl
mnount of labor, wear and tear of patience,
mid-fo-furth.
Tho Hough and Heady picnic was u
decided aiicecw financially as well us social
ly. Tho gross rocclpts will fall hut little,
lr any, short of $700. Tho profits will not
bo loss thnn H00 or $150; and tho mem
bers, except thoso who sold tho refresh
ments, had lot't of fun.''
u tie Lounty court lias authority to
Impose a tax upon quadrupedal dog
W 111 not tho Alexander County Court ex
crclso that authority? A tax of live dob
Ian per head would place enough money
in mo county treasury lo support our
paupers.
The Ciirbondalo A'ew '.'ivi'snys that
"if .McCartney will study his spelling hook
1 f . t.l- - I . . . .
miu minu nit own milium tlio time may
cjme wiion lie will not figure asthoblggoet
fool in tlio 13th district. ' It is very beau-
iiiui to imiioia now tlicstj Itadlcal brethren
dwell together '-llko Kilkenny cat.
-No dally papers woro received this
morning fnm any quarter, nnd, an a con
sequence, nearly every member of our
reading community fcltnslf ho had inl,od
his breakfast, or forgotten something that
was essential to his happiness. AVoscarce-
ly appreciate tho valuo of "the papers"
until wo lire deprived of them.
Ticket holders In tho groat Hender
son Innil cnturprUo aro vnltliit; with ion
slderablo anxiety for u report of the draw
ing- iiw drawing, after two postpone
ments, embracing overu year of time, was
advortlscd to romo oil' in I.ouLvillc, at 8
i l'jck. .Monday evening. Ticket holdur?
will bo apt to loarn that tho gamo is ono
In which they put down more money than
they tako up.
Tho purtlos to tho late terrific bout at
fistlcutls In alevoi-iiilooii.thowuniiiiiuku"
blu oidciices of sharp teeth, strong Jwn,
nnd hard knuckles. Ono of thorn Is minus
part of an ear, lm, a pair of di.flgured oji
tlrs and Is otherwlie bruised and wound
ed, Tho other has a very soro hand and a
badly scratched countenance. It wat. a
avngo and turriflr encounter.
Tho Kxccutlvo Comuiltteo of tho State
Anrlculturl Hoclcty have selected the fol
lowing citizens of Cairo to pass Judgment
on certain articUs and animah that arc ex
pected to be on exhibition at tho next fair
On Jlerkshlre pigs, tho Hon. W. II
(ireen j on thorough-bred stullions, Jame.
' Johnson, Kq., on bran horns, drums and
of.fr stringed Instruments. M. II, Harrell
The names of two or thrco Cairo ladles aji.
ear among the judge of articles of hom.i
uso and munufacturoj preserved and
canned fruits, etc Judicious sc-lectlom,
all of them I
"Wo ask attention to tho card of 31 r. 1)
lk-ado, architect, who bM established an
ofllco In Thornton's Block, i1(.xt ,oor to
tbJJiLUCTiNofllco. Jlr. H. htonco en
tori upon a good business In our city, bis
MsrvJccs having already been secured In tho
preparation of plans and specifications of
six largo and oxpmslvo buildings which
aro to boerectod tho present seaion. Ho
Isa practical mechanic, and is ablo to pre
sent tho most convincing evidence of his
ability In tho line in which ho solicit pa
tronago. Ho is iu short, Just such u "pro
fosslonal'. us wo need In Cairo, and wo feel
well assured that ho will bo liberally pa.
'roalxtd. Read his card.
Tlio vote in Mwnw iviiiity, on the
iiroixi-Ition (o nileril.i $il!fi,00o to tlio
capital Mork of Ho LVIK-villu nml South-
orn Jlllnoi Miroad company, stood, for
subscription, UOO Vote; gainst subscrip
tion, ft? I. On the '-8tli ultimo, the city of
.Uetropplh Sillncrlbnl $oO,duO to tlin sntno
project, by nil nlmri'-t iiniiliiiiious vottj.
i r'"J" " ' , ,. , 7
Contemplating tliisrosith, tliucditorol tho
7)iMSnys: "We may now leel lu-urcu oi
having the Iron lmrc In our city in the
course of n year."
Judge llross returned from Springfield
yesterday evening. The case of J. JC
Frick, vs. Alexander count", in which thu
Judge win ubp(cii;ed, was continued, and
the plalntill' ruled to file a bill uf particu
lars within thirty days. As the account
tiled was general in its nature, being for
labor mid materials fiirnifheil, tliu defend
ant, b.s Judge (ireen, Its attorney, correct
ly urccil that it did not know what to
pleadto; what it would bo called upon to
answer or defend, etc. Oil, that ground
tho cnc was continued.
The Vienna Arei-yua of the ables
and iiio-t candid liadlcnl papers iu tho
Thirteenth Congressional di'trict says:
"It is nn' evident fact that
our worthy Kopresentativo in Congress,
tlio Hun. John -M. Orcbs, ia trying
to do his duty there." Fair-minded Had
Icals all over tho district who lmvo watched
tho course of .Mr. Creb.s, will boar llku
testimony. Ho performed his duty well
and faithfully made no buncombe speech
es, but quietly and industriously served
his constituency as clllciontly and success
fully us any man in tho district could lmvo
done. AVho would displace Mtch a Hcpro
tentative by tho ranting, political tricks
ter of Cairo, who falls to command tho
confidence of even tho leading men of his
own party? Not majority of tho intel
ligent votersof tho district, by any means I
ALEXANDER CIRCUIT COURT.
Ntconil !
Tho liar Docket for thu prtscnl Urm
contains eighteen criminal casot, soventy-
elglil law eases, and forty-four chancery
cases.
Tho Grand Jury is now at work, ond it
is expected that u largo number of indict
ments will ho found tho present term.
I'lio following Vctit Jurors havt been se
lected :
John Jj. JIason, David Horry, Hiram
Denton, Timothy Manly, F. W. Chorry
Leon l'cterson, .Michael Mahoney, Thomas
Healy, Tho. Naughton, John T. O'Shea,
1'iilmor Fierce, Samuel llommlck, W. T.
Cook, John P. Holy, John Crowley, Win.
Smith, Honry Dovlin, John Jfartln, An
drew .T. Carlo, Frank Drum, E.G. Hill,
AY. II. Thomas, James O'SiillIvnn, and
Fred. AVhltcamp.
A largo number of witnesses arc present,
rom Union County In tho case of "Tho
people vt. Mlsonhumlr. '
It. a il . I
xo mo inno oi going to press no cafes
of Importance had been disposed of.
WIIKUKTO MET 'KM.
It if naid that tho now Constitution, rat
illed by thopooplo on tho 2d Instant, will
relieve tlio tax payers of Illldois cfn bur
don of at least $5,U00,01W jcr annum. Jt
is said with oqual truth that If you will
buy your whisky ami brandy straights,
your gin slings, your toddles, your winc.,
ales and beers at tho Sim J'lowor uIoon,
presided over by tho atmblu 1 Fltegorahl,
Ksq., you will e.copo all tho tortures and
torments of aching heads, deranged stom
achs and appetites iiihoparablo from tho
use of Impure nrticlc. llo keeps the vorv
purest liquors in the market, and sorvos
tliem up in a stylo that I perfectly- Irrosls.
table.
Tho best billiard saloon In F.gypt U in
connection with tlio sun Flnwor.
J.v'itf
M IXKKAI.IVA'J'KHS.
kiust of tiii: si:.iso.
Klwlngen, belter, nnd Jtluo Lick
vt liters, ana all tlio other variety of
Waters from tho celebrated sprint's of Cor
many and America, on draft nnd for mlo
by the glass gallon or barrel al tho druir
ftoro of II. T. Whllaker, No. lOd Commer
cial nvenuo, Cain 111.. apllltf
i . ... ii' .i l
Mi.!, in n amers nnu k.vamim: ii is
stock of mitiiinu. Ho cuiinot, and will
not, in: 1'MiKitsoi.ii nv axv uiiiku hol-hi:
is tiii: kvju: hsb. Tbls mock is kx
i.Miiiiii.t ni:w,iuii1 was noiniir at tho
i.oWKnr nixi.iNK i.v (loi.i,,
1. W'ALDKH, Corner of Sixth
,f ami Ohio Lovoe
v WMMiKltnil. Jtiitiiiciii'i: .
Itev. Daniel Win-, D. I),, editor of tho
lork Nindav Selui.it
speaks ot tlio colebratod Craig .Mlcroscopo i
.vi.iijiiieiiy,cm.apiicsand j,wal ,,
nifyiug power ..truck mo with ,r,,rL
Tbeti I iiia i..t ii..
..... . ..... .,., ,n-4(.yu i,y Us
aid, mid was truck with w..i1p ,,. .i.
fMii aim power of tho Creator which Is
displayed iu its struc ture. When I saw u
statement Iu im advertisement that tlio
Craig .Mleroicopo inairuifiiMl nm. l,i,f,,i-.-i
. i in . . v
diameters, uud could bo bought for $2 &0
1 thought It was ono of tho humbugs of tho
hour, lor I bad paid i u for u mi2rojCo Z
,gVU K . '"'t'lowi find It tolo
a rtullv vniniii.li. I....- .... .
i i i ;. i tiiuviii wuieii i
should liko ;eo introduced into tho families
!li'!f ,rtuJu", ll-'oof the manifold
v "men pieuso lor an hour und
urc then destroved. Ti.u ,.,t.... ' .
would both arniiso and Instruct them and 1
advlso ovcrv bov nnd i.lrl wl... ...l.i.. ...
know tho wonders which Ho In littlo thlnirs
io savo his monov until bo hn i- '1
which will pav for tho inipr,ik,.,m,.
postage when sent by mull. '
. " lloliJnj' gift this mlcroscopo Is un
Im X!; 1 H1,1B or'",,l";'tl. lntructlvo,
a nuslng unachtup.and never loses Its li.l
i i i Bents ud dealers supiilied on
osYniid'r A,?;ui,1 wi" ' w
11. ll().S.S,3l:i Ixjust street, fit. r'il.i..
Jtcaa tlio advcrtisemcnt'ir V;,i "J.
nm ii.
mayUld3m
The Oairo Bulletin,
A MADIA CUT FOOT.
A Harlow Irnlfu with tlio blmlc lmlf
' l'lnceil by Ucsl(;n, or accidentally
driipied in n crack of tlio sidewalk on
Washington avenue, Just ubovo Twentloth
street, early yesterday morning. Tim
handle of tlio knife was tightly wedged In
tho cnick, with tho blade, about four inches
in length, Miindlng upwards. A bare-foot
negro mini, leaving .Mr. Jlctcolf 's family
grocery, early in tho morning, stepped on ' VnHjlllsHL ULOlUllO,
thu blado of tho knife, and fairly buried it j Full Dclnlls andflipcclfluallons for I'uUlo IliilM
III Ills foot. It DCIietmted thn flntli tn dm !,"" Prlntanilai'nec, mid Htlilui-oof nil klmlSi
, , ' ui'cnciraau mo nesii to tlio HPMai nitcntlon nlren to thn jin-partitlon t
depth of two and n half Inchos, Itiflictltiir "rn"ings for
a very painful nnd n surious wound..
A number of hare-feel boys aro in the
habllof playing in that vicinity, and ono
of thorn mny lmvo dropped tho knlfo dur
I Ingtlio preceding night, hut thcro is rea
; son for believing that it was placed tlieru
by design, Only tho most llondlsli nature
j could think of such mi Infornul trap. Tho
negro will probably bo disabled for a week
I or two.
nv: noi.LAiis.
The elegant two-story brick residence,
tho homo of .Mr. I. Hellly, com
Iilcto in all its appointments, will bo
dlspood of by lot, somotimo during
tho ensuing month. This proporty is
known as among tho most dosirablo in tlio
city. It is located on tho most olovated
ground and in ono of tho host neighbor
hoods in tho city, nnd Is In all respects a
first-class homo.
Throo beautiful building lots adjoining
will form tho i!d, 3d, and 4th prizes, -and
aro worth every cent of tho amount at
which they aro entered, vis: $500 oach.
Tickets, five dollars. Apply to or oddross
1'. Hellly, Cairo, III. Jycd4t
LEECHES.
Fresh, healthy Swccdlsh Leeches receiv
ed regularly from tho impdrtor in New
York. Applied and sold, wholcsalo or ro
tall, by F. TIIEOUOLD,
JyC-lm Sixth t., near Ohio Lovco.
llemomber tho Hough and Ready hats
In whito nnd brown, at John Antrim's.
They nro nlco thoy aro cool. Sco
IJosuroto call ot 73 Ohio Levee, and
sco tho Juno Hug Hats, with a varied stock
of other now styles, too numerous to men
tion. Remember Antrim's Is tho place to
get your hats. tf.
RIVERNEW8.
AR1UVAI.8.
In Ablc.l'olutjuMm A Baker, rluch;
tJmckntf i. KtiiTlllf j Armui.i, do
linn Aceunl, MM City; Hi-lloM. Lonis.lit. Unix
tlnind Ukc, UMTuwei; Memphis, Memphis.
UCrAHTUIUS.
Dan AMe.Columljns:
A Uaker, l'aJucsh,
II. Memphis Htljiiliij Armtt'la ilo
Uiilekslep, fcrsnsvlllei II. St Louis, Menu.
lionAcconl.SlLoiihj Virginia, N. o.
ihlsi
Tho weather was almost clear this morn
ing Jaftcr n rofreihlng rain and thunder
ttorm. last evening. Tho rain was vory
much needed uud tho grateful earth drank
It up grcdlly. Tho clouds of dust which
havo been so dlsagrcuablo for somo time
past (ro reduced lo u substantial mud,
which, although it may dirty ono' boots n
4lttle, ls moro pleasant to take in that way,
nftcr'all, than to bo breathed through tho
lungs and forced into tho eyes.
Thu river continues falling slowly, and
Is fa.t approaching tho low wutor mark.
Wo do not think It is over eight feet from
that locality now.
Tho .Mississippi is rising a littiu at St.
Jouis, but only a fow Inches wuteriuoro U 1
expected.
Tlio Ohio is rlilng slowly nt Pittsburg, I
with nearly Uvu feet water In the channel I
tint ! ..v. ...... I ... .1 1 1 . i . .. I
vjvni;u li UVUiinu IO-4IIIV, 11 IS 1
falling at Louisville with four feet water in I
tho channel.
lluiincss hero has nearly played nutow.
log to tho Fourth of July und tho bit,'
steamboat race tho latturespeclully socm5
ing to havo caused a suspension of business
overywhere.
As no papers havo at yet reached hero
describing tho end of tho great race, tho
following particulars gleanod from the
story of an oyo witness, who wus on bourd
tho 11. . Leo, will bo of Interest. Ho
suys: From tho tlmo wo passed AVhlto
Sulphur springs, thocrowdsof poojilo along
tho shoro becamo moro and moro dense,
until wo reached CarondaVt, six miles be
low St. Louis. From thcro to it point far
above thu city, everv avail
able spueo on shoro, over
thu homo tops, over tho shipping, tho
bridge piers, and iu Fast St. Louis, was
llterully pocked with human beings.
Juit above White Sulphur Springs a vory
largo train of cars filled with people met
us, and ran back with tho Leo. Five or
six boats loaded down with excursion par.
ties mot us also at this point. On every
hill top, and along tho river shore
round after round of artillery was fired.
Every factory that possessed uwhlstloblcw
t. Alt tho bolls in tho city and on tho
boats at thu wharf were ringing. All tho
ongregated thousands shouting until it
scorned the very earth was broken up, so j
terrible was tba confusion.
A wo passed tho work-house, its In- j
mates were drawn un In lino anil
largo blasts which had been set in tho
stono quarry, neur tho river shore, were
touched olf, throwing earth und roclr, far
mo (no air, making it seem in thu trreil
iconfuslon, as though the end had indeed
como upon us. All tho ilro
companies of tho city W6r
upon tho lovee, as woro several batteries ot
artillory. AVhen wo passed tho wharf, tho
mass on shoro, men, women, children,
horses, wagons, every thing that could
movo madu a grund rush up ulong tho
river bank as though they oxpectod tc
keep paco with tho flvl
Hounding to above tho bridgo, tho Leo
camo buck and l.m.lmi i,.,b A. ...clT"
. ....v.. uu WI1U1U
throng attempted to rush on board, and In
Instt t lm n twit inlm.t.... it '
Inch of brcathiiiL-
snv iiiiiiuiLB iiiiri ii'ti rt
board. It was tho irrentnO ilnv M T....i
ever witnessed.
' fl.EV AJlVllTI8ElUuAT
RClIIi'KCT:
Would riSplfnlly laforin tlio clllr.rn of Cairo
mi. i viciiiuy, uini no is now ireureii io uirnirii
' A II I " I M A I nromMC
IT. S. Patent OfBco
Ami also for all klnJs of Mill MiMHlfactiirltiv nntl
I'nKlnecriDjt work. HallsriicllonKiiarnnlccil. Or
ilers retiiei'trnllv solirlleil. (imrnNn. II Thorn
ton llleek,
OAIHO, IIsIilKTOIS.
DINSOMJTIO OFCO-IMIt'l-1VEKHIII1.
Tlioro.partnerflilp hurulnfore existlmt lirtnecn
inn undorslnncil, under the etjle of I). Ilnnl A
Bona, a Ihla cUy iliaaolvrtl I'V luiitnal rnimiul.
II. IltlllP.
(Ml. IIUI'II,
C'.C.IIAVIIWON.
Tho umlrrslKtiod will eoiitliilin tlio (icncnil
Commlaalun nuil proiluce liniln''", at the old
aland, No. 77, Ohio l.esee, nailer thn Urm name
of Ii. Hard A Bob. Ii.lll'ltl),
C. II. llUltl),
The iindprslaned busing witlnlrnwu from the
Drill uf 1). Ilurd Hniu.for Die mrino of rnn.
Ins intheTolmeeo hii.lne.a, will hereAft'rdevnto
his cnllre attention tn tho mnniifieincnt of the
"Uallard" Tobacco Wari IIoiipc, icnr of HI.
Charles Holel.
C.C.UAV1IH0N.
Cairo, Ills , July lit, 11,70. ,Ht,
GLOTIIKS LINKS.
EVKIir,ASTIi CLOTHES
ijf xi:n.
WILL CHRISTMAN,
OA.XRO, IXjIjIPJOIS,
is au nt for the snto of the l'atent Mi talllo White
Wire Clolhoi I.lne-nn article that will lut HMy
years, or more; lUesDotrurrodeorchanp) eolor;
does not stain r In any manner iouri idoililii;;
loos not hrrnU.and la by nil odd tint heap"t
and bestciothea line cvrr mado. It rorta only
three cents n r foot, nnd can be uteliaed In any
Icnirth desired. Inlvitf.
SOOTS & SHOES,
y-H. KIILKItS,
rAHIIIOXABLt:
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
TWENTIETH STUEET,
Between Washlnirtoii Ave Sc Poplur St
Koala and HhoeMailf to Order, t'liira
Worksissua swinilnjrel.
Satisfaction Warranted
rutronuge Solicited.
iWlf
i
msicuns,
HWAIDXEI, M. D., Cairo,
HKHIDKNCK Coruer of Kxrenlh and
Walnut street. OFFICE On Commercial ntrontia
oser (he I'o.lofllce. OKK1UB HOUIW-Kroin 10
,in. 10 urn., i,niin'i)'sexeeptei), and from '.'to
WILLIAM R. NMITJI, M. I,
ltKHIPK.VCK No. si, Thlrlci nthHlrfU
ImIw era Wulilngton Arriiii and Walnut etrcl.
OfWCB IM Cominerrlal ArriiMis upataim.
CW. IU.V.M.CJ, I.l. IIvh.
IDKNCK Come r .Ninth and Walnnt tit.
OFKICK-Conier HUth Hlreet and Ohio Iree.
OKI'lCi: IIOl'ltH-Krnm ft a.m. to 12 m., and
Olil 3 to 0 p. Ill'
OIT1JSTS AMI Ol'TJCfAXS.
1ASK AX1 C'O.MI'OUT.
THE MLKNNIMtiN Of PKHKKtrrNKIIIT
T.'l?r. '". D,0,.,,m slUe IVrfectHliiht.
amll'nrfivtblchtcan only m ohtalned br n'lnJ
PE11KKCT Hr-IXTACl.rt I Th,. ,limcullof Vrol
roringwhieh Is well known. '
Messrs. LAZAKUS Ac MURUIS,
OCULISTS AHDOPTICIANS
if AitrroHo. 1'on.v.,
Maniirtcturera or thu Celebrated
Perfected Spectacles!
aTing, afieryears of i:ierlcncc, Ksperiini nl.
and (he erection of rontly machinery, Iwen enah'
ed lo produce that (Irand Ifideratuui,
PorfcQt epootnoloM,
Hiiiciinase neen scld ilhiinliinitedsatHfuctlon
to the wearera In Maohin. t, (,nde l.lund.Con.
nectlciit, .V-r lUinii.hlri'. Vcrmonr, .Maine, Hw
otk, e Jcrs(.y. P.-imnlmnla. Ohio, Ulchldan,
Wisconsin, Illinois. Mlnnctoia, Ksrimn, Mlurl.
Iowa, and all Hut ilrilUh Pruvlneea, ilnrini; lh
i.aslsli een yor. Thi. i-ekhratcd IVrlecteil
Bpe:tucU'a
JSTover Tiro tho Kjxj
And Uxt many ycuri without i-lmnce. Mcre.
I.arii ,t Mnrru havo appointed
Taber Brothers
WATCH MAKIIHS, JEWKfKKH AMI
OPTICIANS.
Praters In all kinds or
AniiTleaii nml Foreign Wnlclies,
etna Jevjciry. Diamonds,- Xoll.l HiH.r, Plated
Wares aUo MntifacturrB ur Jeudiy i,n. Dm.
Inund Kettlhi;., '
!N"o. 83 0do Ijgvoo
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Solo Agents for thla place, from ttlioni only ran
tliebeotUlne.l, NO I'KDDI.EIW KMILoYKl"
LAZAKUS i'MOHUIS,
Mnufturliig Opticians, Hnrllord, Conn.
iiiar.'wly '
PANTS, OILS, ETC.
H. V. I'arker.
II. V. lllnke.
pAHKEIl & IU.AK.
Iienlera in
Wlutlow OIusb und Putty.
Cairo - - ihinoi
T3
July 6.
mm
jjAucu's .sii.V!;i:ni:BtG,
: CAIRO C(fy .BOOK BIHDERY
N prcpartil to
i uiiruutiiru ttlniil. llooks'niid do nil
kliidsof llook llliidlnir nnd Killing,
73 OHIO LEVEE.
j i:.(aitKilv"vAiii
FOUNDRY
MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENGINFS, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet lion Work
ill Machinery of all Dos cripllons.
Xo. !MS rost l'carl Slrcot,
I I.NCI.NNATI, OHIO.
o2lileodlrr
The I.IsIiir Maehlnp.
T. CLAllt 1IOTLL,
Cor.Thlril niia'.Mnrket Mreeta,
rJ ..OXJIS, MO.
TcrniH $2 IV r liny.
Honse Famished witb Best Spring fieds
Hoiko rentr.illy locnli-il. Iln.a for all trains
(tcnrrnl It. It. nnd HtcamNiiit Ticket uttlcoln tho
ll"UC.
.1. CIIKSLKV, Proprietor.
ln)S'Hl2m
D
ISSOM TIO.
Thermit of . U'initoili r.. n dlatoltetl fijr
iniltnal cotinent on 1I10 ilinf Mav. I.r this wlth-
draual nf M' (!harlea I'orrott. 'Tlio reil r.tato
hiial.icSs will, a, l-rriiloforo, bv I'ondncli d In the
luino of I!. Wlnalon, who la aillhorlted to settle
H ncs 01 ine 1.11c nnn.
C. WINSTON.
V. KOltltrT.
FLOUR,
jpirr.ie cum.,
Millers' Agent,
OO
oxiio xjSvzizx
CAIRO, ILL.
Order Nutlrlleil, and rromplly ami
rsatUfaclorll)' Illicit.
'.. I). Mathue.
1:. c. fill.
M'
ATIHIS
.V I'lll.,
FLOUR
,.AM..
(iENKKAl.'l'KODUCi:
Commission Merchants
i:i:iOliIoI,evec,C.IJM),ILI.INOIS.
facial attention K'vim to thopurelmmanl rain of
FLOUR, HAY and CORN
iti:j'i:ns to
.(('oi nly Kat.snM I mi, I'U .n.lll i Win. I'hl,
.uii, in, mr .niiinai mnK, rairo, iiiiiioir,
Mathews, lii!ar . ( o., ( ommo.lnn M r. I...ni.,
( hii'ai, III., iiiMhhi c...,i, Mer-'hanu,
v ni .i"i in., imif , ,nin d I ID' ll.'l. 1.
uura'Viir
STgAMBOATS.
JUW TOW HO AT.
Tlie Sow Tow uud Jul, llnat
ODD FALLOW
n Ji COULTER, .Vaster,
l nri'iiari'd at n.l iiumi 1,. .1.. .11 L1...1. ..1
Inn und Jol.Lini; on thn mn.t roii.iiinl,!.. ,.rms.
..i..... ,.....,-, ,n limiu. iiiinui.
inurl.ilf
rjiiiK fi.i: siih:.hiii:i:i.
(&i.u:,i,,(.,,i.,1oASI,MI,rrtI,
AKMADA
11 VAtl'I'll ,
. .jun 1 ii.iin.(,-i'Bj ii, .', WII,M.Mrt,f'k
1I11V
.im I'l. irUUIIIIT. ll.llUOYt'. icailliu Urn
very
ii,a..r-, .--V. "'"''f. '".
enrr.-VndYreVjih,: """""" ,K"" I""
M10 lonnwu at I'ivIiichIi will, tlio C.iinLerlainl
niid'lcnno.nrui-r na' liet mid th., .,.J
and Ohio nnlro.ul. For particular-, niM.lv ,7
boar.1 nrt.i M.'j. nvvtlt.iiV,
m miro,
pAit.ns.
A FARM OF 100 ACRES
FOR NOTHING.
Mn.ctl...nny person holy to7ccmro;?hffir,"i
N. K. Mnyunril,
hi. Lotus, Mu.
inny2V13iu
I will tell on Jlondny, July nth, 170, on the
premises, neur Iho corner nf Temh nn. i. i...
Mrei'l, ut I
ul tin o'clock n.m., tho folhmmj; valuabli
late, U : Lota nine (), ten (Id), etc "cii ( in
relso (U), nek 70, in the clly of "X
rcuuaiuu'
nnd tweli
r.:if.?.cc" v,';!'.,',0,'ro,',ii' fei
................. ...... ..., ,iu iwk im icci, aro
fenced ami In u hlli ntnto o? cultivation, hiving
n selection or choieo fruit trees In boarinj? lo
Po II o ino.'" .ieslutle" e uVSffrTpe' ly Z
city. Terms made knovsn on .Iny'of Ve.
it. Ai'lNn'mv inn.i
' ?'T- AiKtlom-cr. AsCnt'
iio,July'.', l;o,
JjJdld
IL I I ffl
before Icuiiui 3 ii t o r che.l uV" "ZA
productno rtlon of tho (ireat VeVt" If lo,
contcniplati. mlirratlon tend Fifty (Vn,. f, r
(his work. Von will never rcitrct It f r
ClIAUTEIt OAK STOVES.
IIE YOV BUY A
Cooking Stove
IT IS ECONOMY TO
Get The Best
31845
VML
llnvc Iteeit Nolil Iss the I.natTiro Year
Not one has failed tn giro
Entire Satisfaction
TlfV " re iiulseranlly ncknowleiled In be Die
BEST COOKING STOVE MADE
And whcievi r known they
Stand Unrivalled
von ixiroiiMiTY in iiakimj,
For Kconoaiy in tho Uisn of Fuel,
For lliirnlilllty uiiil C'omcnlpntjp,
Anil Iliclr rcrfi'ft Adaptation
T llm
Wants of Western People I
Scud for price list, In
excelsior: MAXNFACTUitINU CO.,
013 A Oil . Mnltt Nlrtel,
lul)ldawly Nl. Ixiula
jpiniiiic Mt'iiooi.s.
Examtuatlon of Applicants forTcnrh.
crs' Ccrtlflrttr.
Orri'Koi Covstt Sce'Tui Siinou, I
Cairo, Illinois, Jnnc II, if.o.f
The Bet und tklrl Hiur.U)s In eiery iimnll,
arehi-n' j spolnt'd for th oamlnation of a
pllrant. lor teo'livrs' ccrtiflcat.. Hereafter all
cjatiinut.nn oill lie pniillc and conductiil tya
erman-nt Hoard of Kxamlnera eonilntlnK of
three ? m appointca iiyiri county fnperln.
teudrntw! will .u no eerllrV-ato eieept tilKip
their report, Tiipiitlltethenpplleanttoaceriifl.
sate of .erond Kr.vlc, ante of ren on a cale
often tmiitlie attained In all the Uanelie. re.
MUlrcilhylaw to Uj laiiKht, and l"r a Brut erode
vettlfloav nratn of nine r
Irom a ai. to A n.m..m County HntM'rintradrnt'a
cau1 nraia 01 nine win rc
rernirei. Hours
ofllce.e'.rner of Commerrlal asennaand Klesenth
street. Ilr llnlldins, tli alalra. Teacher and
echmil dirrttor should Uke notice that no teacher
Is entitle! to unr nortioa of the romtnon kehool
fnnd, nr r to be einplore to leach any common
either fr nthn Mate or County nierlntendent.
period! RE uiHa noi nril caniiai a cerimcaie
IcKJiw.'rn
ii. i m i i.r.n.
County hup'l of tvhools.
s
ALi: .TIOUTAOr.
Nolle hereby nWen tlat default harini; l en
made In Hie payment nf the amount secured to
bo nald Ira ceit.Mn rale rnortirairs rxectitcl br
John I'. Ti(arl anil I'luel.i A 1 Kert hi. wlfii
to .Morn i). iry uskii ine tnirit nay or June,
A. Ii. l"""i ami ii-erinie.1 in ine iremi t.tera a
oillco of he rountr of Alexander and Male ol
Illinois, book (I.) of aalfl lil"M J)(r, .i;e l.
tl.eatno nt not due and payable bninR f 1,1a. M
rirlncli.al. toff ethrr with Interrat thereon frcin tlie
ihnaaiif I rl.piary, A. ll.leV, as r teaorof
iiromutorT not beannir 1
imUwry note beamur. u n date with .aid sale
inortKtfi', and Risen lor ilJ sum of 11.IK1 U,
tlio 1111
iorr imeti towhom M pile mortKaze iu
moilo, 1
i I'm, of the term an 1 rroTi.inn. of
thfikan will, on: Saturday, trie Villi day of July,
A. II. 1" litneen tlm huura of IU o'cloek a. in.
and It u p.m. uf saul day, under and by
Mrtner 'iieiMmeror saleeontalniMl in said al
morl(", sell at ptlMin auction, ! Hie lii(hel
l.iddtr. I rriuili.on Hi piini-, the following
di-icri' proiierty (owit I,n( nurntered twenty.
(ho It: n I.I or It nunilxred fnnv.erm (U). in
Dim fir-' .M.t.'.n to lliaclty (if (jilro, county of
.tiesaii 1 ' nivi riate oi iiiiooi., wiin mi. atiiur.
teiiane.-. i. t.fr th pnrtKieaandeondl,luin if
said -al- i' rtrase MOIUIIrt II WILKV.
MorlrU'ee.
June , i' " jc-jjia
ItAILKOAHS.
aiMti.vr.Fitxo v ii.m.noin
U MI,'TIIt;itNTKIt. It. II.
On nml nflcr Tliuradnr. Anrll IStli
truuiH miu rim uk roiioTSH t
coisq tot Tiirsir I ssts eraitgrtriD.
MSll.M..V..M..It..(..,.,H..............MMM.....M.Il& A. II.
Kiprers ... M.:o r. m.
MIM XOXTIIWMI IrTE rsKi,
r.rre m .......r,t.i . m.
l"n-- - . lir. m,
Jlaklnire, -o i'nnni.etlmi. nt 1'nn.t all), tlllnnl.
v.inirM ,i. ii. lur Ciilr i and all iioints .oulli, and
tritll tllB II I A St. I ..II. U If r.,r In.li.n.ili.
and Loiiiasilie, and nil pjnt ea.t ond aniithrait.
n ni rpriniinelil Willi Iho Tolcln, SVatiUili A
Vt e.terll I.. It. r Clnlnrv .nil .11 tw.lnl. u . . I . kn.l
Willi the Hi., nun k rl l.nU It. ft. Inr Ml. I ni.l.
nnu i iiiraK,, ;.ii an point, noitti and northwest.
r. IODGK, O.u'lhiift.
. , 'OHNKOflOriT.Oeiri Ticket ArI.
a liitt
nui'KEIsT ItOVTi: VHttH
XII K NOUTJI,
CEHTR1L 11.
Nt. !MiiN.I.niilHvHlt'.iiu'liiHMtl
t-'lilfiiKo, Saw Xorh, lluilun
....AMI All
Points Kant and North
IMastiiiftr Train Arrive at nml leave
.. iniro na loiiussril
Mall JCxpress.
A!HM.VK-!no a. m aiao p. j
ir.raiu--4iua A. W .........1110 1. M
llolh trains connect at (.'entrnlia with trains on th
MAIN MtfE.
, J ,"lmr, si i uu i ii i ii f i ii u, na rain
eiaiir, .Tieiiiioia, ireruori, iiaieun,
Itiibiniur, ami all jioliila 1st lllluola,
MISlOIIrl. Mhm..nla. WliKna.lii .nil
iua,
And with lines running East and West for
St. Louis, SurlRgfleld. XrOHUvUIe, Ib
cimintl, IiiaiuuaiolIs ic Columbus,
And at Chicago with MlohlKn Central, Mlchl.
k noiiuicrn. anu rnuLurg. rors tvaynu
aud Cliicago KallrotJa for
DKTKOIT. NIAGARA FALLS
MLNKIUK, HUKKALO,
AL1IANV, NKW VOKK,
I'HILAllKLflllA, UAl.TlMOHr1,
WAHIIINOON CIV, and
ALL POINTS EAST.
AStWMiiW .l"1'1 ,?''"". W"
"10 llllno1'' U'",fal MIroa IHpot.
W. I. JOHNSON,
M. maS!fsS.
M. HnailiTT, General Hunerintoudeul,
l.l.'IW JVII.SW, AKCUI, VSJfO,
: .
rjlHE CO.VIiVCl FOURTH.
Grand Picnic
nr tiii:
ROUUH 1 READY
IIIMS CO,,
Titr.
Va7asiaai.lr.
.y jtrOV4N
llosiito
2Uo City.
Till Cotnmltleo oi
lo unnoiincp n
Grand Fourth of July Picnic
Cotillion
X3naxcl
IUl been eOKaaeil. lilid thn
. .. . . "7 .P' ......
Cotillnltlm i In
In render tl,t own.ion nrittinif oli.Vrrance of th
Mat Hi-
flo"ifV.?;iv,V'lrVr.e,,nlo'," -M r ,'r,,, 1,1 1 "
troiimli ."J.1! il'ly '!"r""? "" ,U' ltaeen III
rVmnd,''.,rii;,,f!1ru;i Ve'ni.?"' l""'P"'- h"
..'"'.'"""ooMeuJoy aduy ple.ui,lr ration
"ly'"l l';npttlolic'nifinni r, otlnd.
DA.6S,
Turtle Oil
BOAP,
ma uk ii v
LOW, SON AND BA780K,
AT-
33arolAy Bross
3
n h
aa
Sapolio,
I Cheaper anil lietter Iban
Msoirr alltiaea (eaeriil tVHali.
tlssr clnllieal fur s Irmiln.. wi...
4nta wllhoui water, faint,
i !'.l.m,tlt Tahiti, ami
all U oniltrork.S'liliia, Karlli.
J." "'. laawre. ami for
Uesterat llonae ( Irisnllir I'nr
pnset. 5
?r vf,,,"'aT Mnlvea, Tlusr.,
" " ' ni.n, run, nnu an
Melalllt:
"S'.t'' " s ly HmgXr, Hlnliia
n...t .Mai iiri.
lllnal aiirrnre,
rnai io .Tew.
For Sale I,j IIAItCLAV IlltOS
Whitcomb's
SOOTHING SYRUP
rOltrALK AT
BABCLAYS'
BATHING
SPONGES
FINEST QUALITYNICE
PIECES FREE FROM
SAND.
41
BAn ol A.irmr
Swimmers'
FLOATING SOAP.
17or X3xtlllMr;. No
claua;or rT IossIuk
tlio -SCXLTAtoX. at
BAnOZiATM.
ICE-COOL
SARATOGA WATER
I
E
Thlalastal snannfaesMrctl vtm-
ir, but cornea dlreit from
the Nprlngs, al Harnloga, Me
York. lltalllrulrrrreahlsiKlire
(tvlnstlolMitiaft aa II gnrslts,
aiiarkllnir ami lirlKltt, from II
I'OUMTAIK.
e NKW
AT
Barclay Brothers.
Blue Lick Water
it
BLUE LICK SPRINGS
o A
o
u
KK.-VTUriCV-.Frc.li lot ju
rerelril
ale by
keiit mi Ice, nml fit
IIAIU1LAYIIR0TIIKI1S.
mm mm
TniutnoM i:ti:hs i :
Large Stock
a
5
..VOIl SALK AT...
BAJtCIsAYal.
Q ARX Ii. TIIOM AS,
prepared to do all kinds ol
PAINTING
siaeAMU
i.XsTsQ-X3rQ.
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
HNKH COMMEKC1A1. AVCVVK AN1
EIGHTH MTMEET.
aaTJIe Ii Iho onlv riMt.cla.. m.n n,t.. ,
te City " " ""uier in

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