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The Cairo Bulletin, July 25.
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'PROnATK CofRT It ycl In son. Ion, .Jmigo
Thk'Circuit Cobkt will mljou"' t0
morrow. Vcrv llltlo otlior llian criminal
bmlneu lins lieon trannctcJ.
Trial llviow Cof.VTV CIRCUIT COUKT
to-dnv. Many of our attorneys loll
for Jonoshoro on .rwlcrJay'a train.
" fATU'oBic. Iho cilJ forces aro already
..-ark- on Hio sidewalk ami streets.
T Hovers! dangerous
holes have boen re
Mas. Wiiitcomb's Strui'. Thts article
l cikvI for all diseases Incident to tho pc
. j riod rfjtecthjng In cliildron and It told for
jsrcnwTi 'tiowc. jyzouawtw
EUAXCirxfrox Day. Our American
clllzont of African descent nro preparing
ty celebrate tho emancipation of the tlavos
in tho " est Indian in a bocomlng man
nor, with plcnlci, music and tpoocliot.
, .Picnic. A solcct basket plcnlo will bo
given at Oroenflold's Landing, Mlnouri,
on to-morrow, Jul 30th. Tho nianagem
nro Mivtsrs. Clark; Fiold, Dlrtl and Hiioy.
A good band of tnutlc will bo in attend-
r 4 it a
? Jits 'BaoTuan. It it not our former
followto.wniman, George Cary Egglciton,
Ksq., ,who It about to bocomo managing
' editor f one of tbo New York paperi, but
ltov. Edward Eggloston, bit brother. He
goes on tbo Indtpendent.
Fouiitii.v YcAns. Tho negro who
ttalhcd and Idlltyl nitotfior ncgroiomstlmo
( ; ago on tho ctcamor Thompion Dean, at
our wharf, wai arralgnod on Saturday in
the Circuit Court, and plead guilty, lie
. wa icntonced to tbo ponltentlaryfor four
Dk.smakk. This gallant little nntlon
hat prepared for war, a fact which hat
1 nothing to do with that other fact that Mr.
P. Rollly'a fino residence, will bo dlipoicd
of by a drawing on tho lit of Augutt. Tho
tickets are only 5 each. Loio no tlmo in
getting ono or moro immediately.
Orr. A drunken man, on hit
winding way along Washington avenuo
j etcrday afternoon, fell from tho side
walk near tho cornor of Eleventh itroot
and Injund himself severely, lie was
carried to tho hospital in an ambulance,
and nt last accounts was lore and sober.
AuciUflT Virbt. This day Is near at
hand. Iu consideration of tho fact that
Mr. P. Itellly's flno rcsldenco is to be given
way on tho 1st, this l an important tV i.
The requisite number of tickets havo not
yt Dccn sou, uuu uti wnoueure 10 soctirn
a chance for a fortuno rauit call on Mr.
A Locusts. Tho Charter Oak Stoves
aro becoming such universal favorite, and
aro making thctr way Into so many house-
h'oldi, that it looks as if they wero destined
to rover, tho faeo cf tbo land as tho loom
of Egypt. L'nllku tliutu, howover, they
aro blenings instead of plagues, and wo
wish speed to tho consummation.
Lost. Last Friday aftornoon, Mm.
Loult Hitter lost a round, flno gold breust
pin, with coral fucia bud in tbo conlur.
Tho pin was probably lost on tho south
side of Eighth street, somewhere between
the resldcnco of Esqulro Dross and Dlack'
ahoo store. Tho finder will bo raid a suit
abloroward by leaving tho pin at Taber
Brothers' jowolry storo, or nt Mr. Kilter'
lauor snop, on Eighth itrcot.
Kadical RKKonM. Tho old modo
'rehanglng gray hair to a color moro or less
natural, Is ctornally abolished. Fhalok
Vitalia, or Salvation ron tiik Hair,
imparts to tho bleached fibers tho vorv
1 1. J a a . . .
annuo mat ua wen Lloacliod out of them
by tlmo or sickness, and is clear and has
no sediment, bold by all druggists and
luocy goous ueaion.
A XVT AliVERTIDIKa DODCIE Kvnrv
time a lady who uses fragrant Sozodont
opens her mouth, she advortlsct tho artl.
Cle. Tho state of her teeth "li a certificate of
iu excellence, iso spot darkens their .
face, no impurity clings to them, the cuh-
ion, in which inoy aro set aro rosy, and tho
breath that swells through them is sweet as
tuccoreezq or Juno.
avALuisa'6 0 i.ur, useful Jn every house,
OLUKTBKBa. Tho telegraph Informs
ns that 100,000 men havo volunteered in
uormany to tight Frenco, nnd that an
qual number of men havo volunteored in
Franco to fight Germany. This fact sbowi
iow patriotic tbo European belligerents
are and provot that every citiien of Cairo
ought to buy one, two, three or moro tickets
In the Ulfi Enterprise of Mr. Roilly.
Dy doing so, a fortuno will bo secured to
some person. The tickets are 5 each
and tho drawing win occur on tho 1st J
SOUTIIEKN ILLINOI. TlACBIW ASSO-
ATlo.v.-Tho third annnal f
the Southern Illinois Teacher.' A,,tu7
lion will bo held at Anna,' commencin J
Auguit 30th, and continue iu iossIoq f,
three days. Tho leading educators of our
own State, and one or two from Indiana
will bo present. No bettor place could
Uvo boon eqlocted than Anna. Wo con
gratulato tho Association uki tho selec
tion. Tho Illinois Central railroad will
return alUthoso attending tho Association
for one-fifth regular faro. Wo shall pub
lish the programme in a few Uayi.
Ci.oskd. Tlio Antrim House has closed
llthorotoforo hopltnblo doors against tho
public. Mlno host Kolly heliovot that
keeping hotel In hot weather Is vanity
nnd vexation of spirit. It it reported
thnt ho will reopen in tho Full at sonio
otlicr placo in tho city.
Tuat iMnitoaMo. Tho municipal Im
broglio is growing In Intoroit. Tho Coun
cil is, at proiont, inaUer of tho situation,
and has stolen u imirch upon thu Mayor,
which hus given film great uneaslno..
Ho it now meditating a grand' flank move
ment, and hus had several earnctt consul
tations with his kltchon cabinet. Ills
Secretary of Stato is of tho opinion that all
la lost savo honor, but his Socrctaryof War
it still confident of final success. Wave,
Wilton, all your banners wave, and charge
with all your chivalry I
Dasb Ball ok Sunday-. Tho tlrit and
second nlnoi of the Delta Haso Hall Club
played a champion gaino yesterday on tho
loi-cl near tho Antrim Homo. A largo
concourio of citizens witnessed tho sport,
and to all appearances enjoyed It greatly.
The players contested the gaino very roso
lulclr, and batted, ran, scroamcd and sweut
with tho thcrmomotor at 02 decrees. There
It no accounting for tastes. In our opin
ion tho man who can fneo tho sun of the
present heated term with a basoball bat In
hit hand, has the courago of the lion,' and
should lose no tlmo In going to Europe and
Jolnlngjtho Franco-Prussian war. t
Removal. The Council Chamber nnd
city offices wero removed to-day to their
now location In tho building on Washing
ton avenue, formally known at the Pilot
House. The city hat socurod tho first and
second floors of tho South half of the
building. The front room on tho first
floor has boen fitted up for tho Clerk's
office, and the largo room Immediately In
tho rear of It for tho Council. On tho
second floor tho Treasurer' will havo hit
offlco, and committee room will bo pre
pared. Tho now location of tho city ofllcct
it moro contral than old and tho Council
Chamber will bo moro capacious and can
bo properly ventllatod.
Thore will lie i general meeting of tbo
German School Association held this
(Monday) ovening, July 25th, at 8 o'clock,
which overy member of tho Aotoclation l
requested to altoml without fall.
Dy brdor of thu Prosldcnt.
P0. S01IUII, Sce'y.
A Xioro Drown rd. Yesterday after
noon while a mimhorof citlr.out wcrobath
ing in tho Ohio river, they observod n ne
gro man who bad tho appcaranco of a
steamboat roustabout, dlveiting hlmsolf of
his tattered clothing a short dlitanco bo-
low tho place where they wero bathing.
Ho walked Into tho water and sprang for
ward at If to swim, anil sank beneath the
lurface. He did not rio again, and wat
undoubtedly drowned. Whether he got
bovunJ LI jrj.iii uuliitoii tlonnlly, and be
ing unablo to iwini lost his life, or deliber
ately committed mlcldo, cannot bo aicer
talncd. The body ha not yet been recov
ered. Who ho win nobody knows.
Kemaiiitxir thu Rough mid lluady hat
In whlto. nnd brown, at John Antrim's.
They arc nlco they aro tool. Sea
On-for Joliet; ShcrltV Meyer's took
tho following prisoners to tho penitentiary
at Joliet :
FinleyClay, O.K. Mertz, Frank Caton,
and William Shields, for stealing threo
skills, two years each.
Ollvur S. Mitchell, for (.toallng $13!) n
money, ono year.
Oliver Hodge, for mnlicioiu mischief,
Robert Miller and John Kelly, for ileal
Ing two mares from Stowo'a circus, foui
John Sweeney, an ox-pollceman of Mem
pills, for ttoulingS'JT worth of clothing, two
Robort William, colored, for burglary,
mreo year. ThU is Rob'a third trip to
(leorgo Morse, for manslaughter, thlr
Uood Cair Hoots for tw odollan and
teventy-flvn ccnU only nt P. Nell', No.
YO Ohio Leveo.
JIEAR IN Minii. That MMiler'i Herb
Hlttort is skillfully compounded, froo
from Injurious comiionent pnrU. nirrceablu
to tlio tate. and dt-.truct vo to discao
If you detect any chniigo from tho natur
al functions of your ystem, no mattor how
invini, or wnero located, or ir Uifeaie has
already entronthed Itself, the really truo
nnu renaoio remedy In cither easels Mish
ler't Herb Hlttern. This nsjertlon Id bated
upon what wo know it will do In relieving,
curing and warding oil" disease. For want
of tpacewo cannot detail tho diversified
uses of this Hitter: but its ironornl offocti
upon tho human Mstetn nro to nurlfv tho
blood and secretions: correct morbid
cbanget in tho blood: cauallro Its clrcula.
tton; enrich iu constituonts and regulate
iU supply ;U imparts vitality and elastl-
city to, evory organ; overcomes all func
t',?nal dorangomouts; assists in tho nro-
cost of digestion; creates a healthy appo
Uto; provontt and curct miatmatic and
intormlttent fevers, dyspepsia, liver coin
plalnU, nervous headacho, kidney aflue-
tions, and rovlves tho jihyslcal onorgles
inrusing now jifo nd powor into tho
Tho Washington Saloon, corner nf
Wahlngton avenuo and Fourteenth ttreot,
It tht place to got the host and coolest Cin
cinnatl Lager Deer kept in tho city.
For tho coolest and nnwt palatablo St
Loul, larger beer, go to Meyer'H saloon,
torner of aihington avtnue u.ut Tu,.ir,i
nvtnue and Twelfth
Itkmh. Councilman Darclay Is at
Worthlngton is recovering.
Charley Forrest Is nt Crittenden
Spring", and is very ill,
Darclay'a Sarntogn water Is In groat.
domand iu thco piping times of hot
Mr. M, H. Harrcll leaves to-day for
Crittenden' Hprlngn In search of a cool ipot,
recreation nnd rest.
Shcohan gobbled a nols) drunken
man on Tonth street yosterday, and aided
by Alderman Fi(7.gorald locked him in
ltev. Nelson Rlxj of the colored Free
Will Ilaptlit Church, Immorscd two male
converts yesterday In tbo Ohio, near the
Mayor Wilson having roturnod to tho
city, the blushing honors of Mayor pro
(cm. Mendel havo been nippod In tho bud.
Ills administration was brief ljut brilliant.
White pantaloons and dross coats will
bo tho uniform of tho Colored Repub
lican Club of this city. They propoio to
demonitrnto In favor of Munn Ina few
And on on tho 2d tho Frco Dencvolont
Sons of America will eclobrato tho great
event nt Capo Girardeau, and listen to elo
quent spocclioj by Meuri, G. W. Ellis nnd
The followers of tho Rov. Mr. Shores,
including Mr. Munn, will barbacuo on
tho green near tho reverend gcnileman't
church. This Important event will occur
on tho 4th of August. '
Tbo ttatcd meeting of the joint session
of tbo City Council will bo hold next Fri
day evening, on which occasion tho Mayor
proposes to movo upon tho workt of tiio
A bat sllppod from tho hands of ono
of tho Dolta Club batoballara yestorday,
and struck a small boy standing by, on tho
ribs. Tho blow was heard several squares.
The boy wat not torioutly Injured.
A termagant fotnalo amused herself
yestorday afternoon near the Antrim
Houso, by throwing brlckbaU at tho win
dows of her own houto. Her husband wat
intido and acted with much gallantry. (
Porn thavo, or hair-cut or thampoo,
If you want your hair and whiikors dyed
to your own satisfaction, call nt J. Geo.
Stoluhouie's shop, comer Elgoth street
nnd Commercial avenuo, (Perry House.)
At Locust Grovo tho four locust troot
o tho flat near tho new customhouse
another domonUrntlon will bo mado on
tho 1st of Auguit. Tho orators of the
occasion will be Messrs. J. L. Green, P.
McAllstcr nnd P. H. Pope.
Mayor Wilton Is giving the ordinances
enacted by tho Council during hit !alo ab
sence prayerful consideration. It it) not
just possible that ho may resolvo hlmsolf
into an Independent council and rcponl
them ? Wo would If wo woro Mayor.
On tho first of Auguit tbo Colored
Masuntatid tho United itrothcnof Friend
ship will join a number of tholr Kentucky
brethren tlvo uillos below Hickman nnd
will he addressed by sevoral of their most
reputable orators Moms. Jones, of Cor
inth, Mississippi, and Dird and Llncgar,
MNfbtl tl tlin ttrilA aitiA 4 Vim .i
desirable rooms at tbo St. Charles ftt low'
figures. During July, Augutt and Sp
tember, a largo deduction from regular
rates will lxi mado. A few moro day
(murder can be accommodated at the old
rate. Tho coolest and most spacious din
ing room in tlio city. JyMlm
A new supply of Calf Hoots and G altera
Hit received at P. Ned's, No. 69 Ohio
Do not bo diicouragod. K you have
dyspepsia or any dltoaseof the liver, thcro
is a long life of happiness beforo you, if
you only into Simmons' Liver Regulator,
A UOY'K mtlMIO.
WohavojUtt examined a now attach
infill for all Sewing Machines, called
"Leslies Magic Rulllcr," for making ruf.
fling nnd puflling, which has heon Invontod
by a liy, nfter sovcral months of most
prciorving study, which has dlscouragod
many an older head. It it a perfectly
simple device, which can bo understood at
itglance, and used with case by every one
who can run a sewing machino, and does
iti work to perfection. It will gather au"d
mw to n band in tho neatest possible man
Ah milling is used In largo quantities by
very family, wo trust tho salo of tbo in
itrumcnt wi.ll woll repay tho persevering
kjy for his industry. Chicago Ectnitio
Note. Tho Bufflor will bo tent by mall
to any addrest, on tho rocclpt of the price,
$1 60 and name of the machino, and after
a weeks trial, if not found satisfactory, it
may bo roturnod, nnd tho money will bo re
CORNEL, WARD & CUMINGS,
133Lako St., Chicago.
1'ansoni, Davis & Co., at, Not. C & 1
Tenth street, havo rccolved their tccond
large stock of Fruit Jart for tho eummor
trade, which thoy aro offering nt much
lower figures than last year t Ugurct.
Good Glass Jars at $1 DO per dor. : Ma.
son Jurs. self rcalcrs, nt $2 76 per doc.
tamo with porcelain lined caps, $3 per doi.
Call and oxamlno at tho
tf QUEENHWABK HOUSE.
Just received at P. NefT'g, No. 70, Ohio
Lovoo, a splendid lot of spring Casslmcrcs
Coating nnd Veitings, which will be mado
up in thu most fashionablo stylet, and at
prices to suit tho limes, a perfect lit guar
anteed or no fale. tf
c THE HEATED TERM.
Aaloliliht.ik EfTsctaof thclniaglnallon
-Haw tls "Me'renry went tip,
liotr k licat-lmporvlouiUltUeii began '
to awtat and tltprccate the Iteatcit
The heated term It Having a most won
dorful effect upon tho' pooplo of our city
Many nro quietly leaving for lodgos In tho
wilderness and. for th Watering places,
while most of those who aro compelled by
Impecunloslty or builntalf to remain, aro in
dubious at 'tho business, pf complaining at
the' heat and bewailing their inability to
to induco tho winds of Alaska to visit pur
corporato limits. Dut a few there aro who
profess to be Impervious to the heat, rcfuso
to sweat, and declare thoy rather like tho
broiling sun and tho sultry hours of tho
warmost days. Ono of thoso hcat-dofytrs
camo to grief tho other day in a very j
Our readort have scon cheap thermome
ters, in which tho numbered plato behind
tho mercury may bo jnoved up
or down. If movod up tho
mercury will soenTto 'slahdUlowor in) the
tubo; If movod down,' 'higher. In tlio
offlco in which tho gcntloman to whom wo
refer docs business (ho is a merchant and
a fine muilclon) is a thormomotorof this
description. Tho othor day ono of thu
hottest of tho season tho gentleman be
gan to boast to hit offlco companions tliat
ho felt no Inconvonlonco from tho beat,
that it only warmed hit blood tomowbat,
making it glow lino wino; In fact exhilar
ating Instead of onorvating him. Tlio
ircury then stood in the room at 06, but
wat linking In tho tubo, a fact of Which
Mr. wat not aware. In a moment or
two ho had butinoit in tho noxt room, and
whllo absont ono of his companioni slipped
tho numbered plato down, making tho
mercury stand opposite tho figures 103.
Roturnlng to tho room Mr. happened
to look at the thormometor, and said;
"This it actually tho hottest day of tha
season. In fifteen minutes tho mercury
hat risen V I"
And bo began to look a llttlo flushed in
tho face. A solitary bead of sweat sud
denly made lU appearance on hit fore
head. Again bo was called out of tho offlco.
Again the plate was slipped, and tbo mer
cury stood opposite tho figures 100.
"Why," he exclaimed, returning, "tho
heat it actually becoming intense. Within
an hour and a half tho mercury has risen
And sovcral. boads of sweat appeared on
his face, whllo all tho men in tho offlco
woro swinging their fans with energy, de
claring tholr belief that tho fires of Tophet
had burst their bounds and woro about to
cousumo sinful humanity.
Again the plato wat flipped down, and
tho mercury seemingly rose in tho tube 3,
and stood at 11S.
How Ibe lh flnllorrxl In that henUli.
tressed office. Ono young man got a
spongo, filled it with ice-water, placed it
on his hood and declared that ho could
not live ml way and wisbod not to stay.
"It is hoi," said Mr. , now becoming
thoroughly alarmed. "I never saw the
llko of It. I can stand heat with anybody
but this is becoming Intolerable."
Slip again, and tbo mercury stood oppo
site tho figure 120.
By this tlmo, tho offlco mon wore all near
ly dead with heat. Fans fluttered; Ico
water was poured down parch'od throats;
and thoy all looked like melting manut of
Dy this tlmo Mr. had thoroughly
caught tho infection, and had stripped
himself of coat, vest and shirt. From each
of his pores a torrent of sweat wat spout
tng. Holding a mast of ico in ono hand,
with eager haste ho fluttered n large fan
wuu tue otnor.
"Did you ever sco tho llko? Oie Aim
dred and twenty dgreei nndit'ill rmnj I
don't blamo you for your cornplaluU. I
can stand as much heat as any man, but I
am actually suffocating."
Just then ho glanced at the thormomc
tor, and It stood at one hundred and twenty
six degrett I
"Uood liod, boyi, look at that I Ono
hundrod nnd twcnty-ilx degrees I II 1
hat brokon loosoand no mistake I Let u
Justthon an explosion of laughtor mado
him look around tho room with curious
oyes. He saw all his companions rolling on
mo uoor in an testacy of morrlmeiit.
At flr.t ho thought tho extrcmo heat had
crazed thorn all, but, ina momont, seemed
to undorsUnd the situation. Glancing nt
tno tnormomctor ho noticed that tho mer
cury stood at only ninty-two degrocs I
And then ho sworo, nnd finally coolod
oil'. Ho now denies that thoro is any truth
In tbo story of his discomfiture, and Is
gain acting tho role of the salamander.
Ho hat never smiled sinco that momentous
day, and like tho king who lamented tho
death of his son, will novcr tmllo again.
t'IKHT OF TDK HKAkO.I
KLulngen, Belter, and Bluo Lick
Waters, and all tho other variety of
waters from tho colebrated springs of Gor
many and Amorjce, on draft and for salo
by tho glass gallon or barrel at tho druc
store of B. T. Whltakor, No. 108 Commor
clal avenue, Cain Ills. apllltf
Tricot and basket catslmerssulu. vafv
fine, made to order, at tho old rellfttiln
clothing houso of John Antrim, No. 78
Frcih, healthy Swocdlsh Leochos rocolv.
od regularly from tbo iruportera in New
York. Applied and sold, wholesalo or re
tail, by P. THKOBOLD,
Jvo-lm SiitU tt., near Obio Lore.
tie on Your Guard.
TliounciaimilAcI mitrcn which fur tironly yrsm
Imp necompnnlotl tlio tno of Hntulter'a,Hloinich
Uitteri provokoi tlio onrjr of luonitil nujlrittn.
lnunncrs in nil nriHir tliicotmtrj-, tui't tho conn
tPtfpilliiK liiislnv.ia ImfiiiK '""''ii IiimwiinhI ly
filnyfil out liiroimrqilPiioa of tho numorotin hiiIIh
iiMltutod ngriinit tliu otl'cndor, n now Hjntmn of
tootles li.ij ln i'0 adoptuii. In Hi" Wost ami Houtli
orcl.iIly, u lesion of "BiUnrt" proparoil from
worlhlcn.i muluriula uuil Iwariog a variuty of uaniHS
luito been not ill' by iro)onslMa lulrenlurrr
with tlio liopoof uliatitullritc tliem to aotno nxtent
for Hie BIuJarJ Tonlo of III Am. In sulne
cu? country druggist are U,o conooctora and
proprietors of those unieloiitlAo and tnwliycnin
poliii l.", which nto warmly rconimandel by Ilia
renders, who endeavor topim thorn off upon the
crcJuloUM In lieu of the (niat eulflc wlilob lias
no Tor yet had a aucevssful .competitor either
anions proprietary preparations or tha moilicmes
prcKribtd In prlvalo practiou. This notiee Is
Intended to put the public on their suard against
persuasions of parlies enggeJ in tho attempt to
Substitute more rubbish for the meat afllclent
ntomachia and alleratlTa at present known. At
thliteaion of Hi" year when debility and coin
plaints itrlslncfrouialack of vital eoery so k'"
rrnlly prarail, it In of tha croatest cooaeueace
that no ;trick should be playet with Ueprasleii
and enfeebled systems. Aik, therefore fr Hoi
tetlor't Stoinaeh Illtteri', tho steal vegetable lln
tlKorant and alterative, and reject, with contempt,
tho worse thin, useless medltys offartd In. it
pliwo. II Is iu linpirtaat to tlio publlo a lo the
proprletore of the fannHia restorative, that tills
advice should bnhevdul. lyUeoddawlfr
FIRST HiTIGHiL BANK
or ' j
HANIKI. lltmD, IfrealslMtt
MonritT W. MIIXRR, Tlee-Praa.t
'. ST. HUtiUUI, Casklir,
Collections Promptly Made.
Uxchansxe. Vmlm, Ilaak IVateti
nnd Unltctl NtatcH Socurl
tlca IlaiiKht Mud
Interest Allowed oa Time DepMlU.
Cin NATIONAL BANK
Cnpitfil - - $100eOOO
W. P. IIALL.1UAV, President!
A. B. MAPPOItD, Cashier "
WAIiTKH H VHLOP, AaslataMt Csiklir,
Ntaats Tsjlor Vf. P. HallUar,
rott ffhlle, lloLI.II. Ciaalathass
lite. I. Wllllsratoa, Nlrphta Bird,
A. II. VatTurd.
ExcIiiiiikc Coin mid
U. H. lloiid BoiikIiI
MUMS ! COMMISSION
FLO XJ R
And Ag'DtS of
OHIO itlVKK AM) KANAWHA
aro. 70 oxxo xj
Z. V. Mathusa. K, c. lil.
jyJ-ATIHINN Oc I'll!,,
ia: Ohio Lircp.CAIItOf II.LIN01H.
fipieliUatlfnllon(luii to Ihopurchaio and saleof
FLOUR, HAYand CORN
Lee County .National Itant, Mien. III.: Win, Phi.
IjUon, III', t:,t. National 'ilank. 'calror III doi.
i- i ,s .'i,'.l,ll,n x yl Mcrehant.,
mtriulii """" vi; vnicauo. ill.
Q W. CJItDEV,
Sueceior to Kallii.oreenaco.l
K I. Avers. i r
YEKH A. CO., '
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
fare to mm,
TICKETS FOR SALE
uiawcuw or Uuvcnatowu ta Cairo
NtHyrU, Morrln X tHudct,
rjlIII PJIKIS HUEelIKIili
Cdllli.Mt CAIRO AMll'.UHlC.UI
SfSSSSS" 1 .
It Y.NOltTIIi:itrt...Cp,iil ll.I".WIl,MAMH...lTlt
Will pIv'tfKiilaily BineoverleavinK C'ulre every
InavSr HtuwrlornAraiilinaaAllriiiaiiT b.rth
'itTSefeTiaa'freiahiT J '
Hhe connects at Fauilcah w ill the Cumber mill
and Tennessee river packets anil tho New Orleans
ami Ohio Tallfaed.i Kor partiriilnr, ni.i.lr ,n
board, or loj,' VF" w Mi. J. JtL'CKI.ltY, .
leaitr Aaent nt uairo.
XTEW TOW, BOAT.
W, m C0iLTmt.v.SrMitst)r,
Is prepared at all times to do rll'klmU nl tow
Inn and JobMngion.the miKt reaonl,n teriii.
IleadquaHen at UalMt Illinois.
ivf .-. v. n
DE r ovlsslom
UO OHIO LEVEE. 1
, OsUroi . acuimolaa.
Would renpeetfullr Inform the ritlsi'n of Celro
andnclnlijriUiathelsao pepwd lo furnish
Full Ix talis ami. perlficailons Vor I'uUi- llulld
ings, Private Healdeoeee, anil llridxeaof all kinds.
Hpeetal altealloa given llte.nreparatlen o
lfrawlnKiforf ut ' r . J
And aluo for all kinds of MIll-.MaauUrturUiii and
Katlaeeflna: uth. Htlfrlfons;tiarariterf. Or.
derere.pectfully solicited. UfBceNo. 11 Thorn.
t.fflrTftt f AfiWIft
JOHN I1YIANI' N A LOON
la aupaillea wills all klssaa mt
Soor, Jao, asvo.f
ON COMTJIEKCIAX AJClflTK
I j , oriween ignvi aan, main mrrvif .
Tbelhlr!, h lot e oo. llqaor, aaouUI it''
him a cull, uidlliote xl.o want a
Can bare IlirrnrsaU supplu-d at hlstr.
sroprielor of the
Illlllarsl'.Saloo'B and Bar Roms)
lo Cotntacrrltsl Ave.,
timro, ... - j ninois
Popular Public .Resort
Vi'Uttt th vltitor nltl fnJ Ure niry iooin
HAOATKLLK A KB riUKO.INOLi: TAILM
i:oinfjrtlj ,eat, etc., and a bar supplied nilh
tho beat anl coolentlaKer lieer, the.lure.t min
and ll'iior,eiir. etc., to be found In Cairo.
KierjUoty I. Itnlte-I to call lnau.1 "fool oil,"
i i.iiitoi ruoinirte lo everrtxiuy
QAKL Iu TIIOHAN,
Is priparcl to ilo all klmU of
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
COBNKB COMMIU'IAI. AVRNIIB ANI
.wsrileiii tlio only tlrl-cl. Bigu fainter in
the city '
ZUGKREICtliE, NEW1I EM
RV eft CO.,
IMPOKTEKH OF ITALIAN MARBLE
MCOTCH OBANITE. e.
WAHKItOOMH AND WORK SHOP, COBNEK OP
THIRD AND HI. ANN 8TBEETD,;
Monuments, Vaults, (Irare Btonea, Mantles,
Vluinhinir. tic., eiecuted with aunerior work-
aiAiiship, at lowest prlvex.
EiiKlmh, tier mun nnd Hebrew Ictleriug done
ia tho best atyle.
Marhloaniroranite KisurcH. hv the best fcCilln-
turns of Kurope, imported.
KordesigiN, apply to
OAIIE Mm THOMAS, Ageul,
Corner KiRhlh tilrrel aud Coimnerclsl ATtuus.
QRKKRT At 4II,HEHT,
A'lTOUNKYH ANI COUXCIlM.tlllS AT
William tt. Slreeit, )
William II. Sillherl, . MIHO. I I.I
special uttenlion tjlveiito Admirnlly and Suam.
UUIee on Ulilol.evee. Ituome 7 anil
over Jf'lyNalin,,),! linu.
JIAMN, M'Ellll a" III) I I.EK
ATTOKNKI 8 AT LAW.
UMre In Ilroin' N Uullilluu. .., ..,.
of Ulli Nlr.iiiiil rottimrrrlMlA"!.!,
II. Waleoii Webb,
HU'Altn.VKIt, JII. !.. Culro,
a IHMIIr.Ml; Comer of S.'inll, and
W nJiiut Min t. tlFI'11'K-.iin foiniiierel.il uuiiiir
oter Die i'oflollloe. UKFICK HOUII From Iu
a.m. toW in., WinvlJ.My.jiti'dj, mid fn.in !4lo
o p. in.
WILLIAM II. K.HITII, .M7l,
ItKHlnR.NCINn. L'l, Thlrtrmth Hre. t
l teen Vn.hIn;ton ANHme and Walnut Hired.
OFFICE (.'immierrlkl Atrtiue, npntnlM.
("l W. IU.Ia, M. I. tU.
J IDENCi; -Corixr ,Mnlh nnd Walnut hi
UFFICE-Corner (iUlli KUeet and Ohio Uire,..
Ol-'ICK llOL'ILt From -j H.m. lo U in.,, nit-1
faom 3 to C p.m.
rjllIE VUi.XV STOJtE.
Millinery, Fancy Goods, Etc.
MRS. C M'GEE
Intites n-eia allenlloii to her pretnl
Hhe has a full lino of f
WaMen'a HHasia mi1 Chlldi-ou'
And a thou.tnd other Hiidk llui cann'il i- etiu
ineraUl la en adlertleeineiil, Ml.i l dsterinini' 1
to draerre and inainlaiii for Lit etthli'Mneiit
(he mm. of 1
THE CHEAP STORE.
Ilerirtxid. are Ireh, iooablaud fMhienaUe
hhe will it t yon more fur the Mine ami unt id
money than any other sloru in Uuu. Don't I II)
until jyu catlonher vtpvviallr if jyu nt mil
llnerj Rou.). or Houieu'. ti. ( iillfn rnr
hoe. eir. lavlltt
g WAI.TEHS, "
........UKAI.Ert IN 1
TT "a n A xxd HOXVT
or rvxMv iiicMiiiirio.v,
Lalh. Shingles and Cedar Posis
rcmviiiir.i its kiimht NtvnrK.
URNKR CUMMKItCIAL AVKNTK
AND TF.XTII STIiKKT,
, Si IiEAl.EH in
LATH AND LUMBER
OITKi:, O.V '
Between Commercial and Wash
CAIllO, I XMN OIK.
AthiUrnr Heck Hlvpr Ppi
CuiuitiinyNlM'ntliliiic Fell am
II. W. Jehn'H ItHirov('l Uoof
lug altraya on liuiul.
ipO CilAN 0.NI'.nEIIK.
F. S. MURRAY
esr the forarr or KIeMIi- Strrn sad low.
llai supplied h'linne'lf mIUi ono of l. MlKumld
Parties diMAtUH.d with tho reKielerins. or their
mt a.h Aw i.uvihm tf.lAit. If Him meter
are found true tha small expentu of the le't will
beeharaedto ttieparlr caiiBlnKitt II the meter
is fonnd to he. correel noehorife will ligjnaiie.
A FARM OF 100 ACRES
A comnllation with full "! accurate explain.
liona of the Jtomesteud wwa enauiuia ami in.
truct ok any person now 'iieu
rea ot rich 7armio land fur nothing, six montlm
.i.,. ..T.riinn of the Great West. If von
contemplalo omigrauoii eim r iy
thlawork. Von will iiecr regret It 1
M. K, Mayuanl,