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PUniitHHBD BY tfOlttf IIiOBBnLT-Ar'CO.
M II. It AXRBUt, ASSOCIATE EDITOR.
TUESflDAft', UULY2U, 18K
Illlnola nltil K. K., ChK of Time,
Tho trnttiH nowilocvoas followc:
Mall train lcave.t .... 2 o'clock a. in.
Eipreon " " 240 " p.m.
Mull train arrive nt ...... .. 2f,'cloek A.m.
ExproM " " m - 41
Wax, leave at I:30o'eloel:
Bxprca, " 4:1') "
Way, arrive at.... .. fi:30 "
Kxpre " .... 7iW "
Arrival aaUl vTvi)arture ofWllt.
'Cairo Vvi f)fPi, IMmiary 2,'KCO.)
Sntih (through. 3:811 a.m.... 3i00p,m.
North (way) t:H p.tn ll!K) p in.
Haiith (lhroui!h and way), 4.00 n.lil.....ll'0U p.m.
8311th (Momphl AW.O.J.. 4:00 R.m-.... IWp.m.
'Ohio ItlTcr roii(i. A.vip.m 0.00 p.m.
illMlf !! ppt River vonte.J
Tucad.'iy and Friday!... C;CO p in... 7O0p.nl
Charlonton, Mo., Ttiei Anyo
Ttui rsilnyn AHutunlnytL 11:00 a. in .11 00 a.m.
Thcbca, iixo laUm' nnd
Santa Kr....... ... e.OOp.m Krl. 7:00a.m. ha.,
"Ohlo Rive rnuto depart every tiny oxecpt Mondays.
J. M.CIRAIIAM, i P. M.
Tho Local ifourdTf Unltcil States
Steamboat Inspectors aro expected In
tlio city to-day. They
tho steamer Milbroy.
are to itrrlvo-on
Parker KlmouH, formerly of tho Adams
express ofllce of this city, writes to a
friend In this city, that he In -connected
with tho Pacific railroad as resident en
gineer nntl that ho is camping on Uio
line. Whether or not ho shingles his
hftir to aggraruto tho red-skins, who
fiury llowitig sculp-locks, is uotstatud.
'lhla morning, at seven
Jano, daughter of John I'
. Gibson, aged
Tho remain will bo taken to Villa
IUdga to-morrow. A special train will
leavo foot of Fourth street at one o'clock.
Friends of tho family aro Invited to .at
tend. Tax Knit. ,
NotI?e Ih hereby given that I will oll
lit tho -ourt house, on Monday, July.JlC,
I.VW.nt 10 o'clock, til tho lunds and town
lots delinquent for taxes duo and unpaid
Louis II. Myew, fh(rJfi& LU'rtor,
y2Q-Cl Alaiiiuder Co., IiU.
a turn i'nM4 wiir.
Thoscarcity of matter in the present
muo of tho 'Bulletm' In chargeable to
tho fact that the proprietor, editor,
assistant, Job printer and poveral com
pofiltorrf were gobbled by the deputy fher
ItT this morning us wUucsmjs in a mme
on trial in the circuit court,
quetions.nrovIng out of the
Democrat' company. Tho
proLably terminate to-day.
Reliable Hair Itostora-
For Fale. Eighty acres of the fluent
Walnut Timber Iand In tho country,
situated in MiH.iIssIppl county, Mo,,
four ' ! mUes northeast of Charles
ton and within eight (8) miles of Cairo,
Illinois. Said laud Is adjoining John
Swemt's farm. Abo ten ucres of School
Land situated three miles from Cairo,
Illinois, on theCfclrotfc St. Louis railroad
1-or term and, particular enquire o
B. F. Whltaker's Drug Store, No. JOS
Commercial avenue, Cairo Illinois.
The Klrrtlnn TtCrtliy.
Tho result of tho election yesterday is
ono ovor which tho paoplo of Cairo may
heartily congratulate each other. They
never did abeUerday's work for them
helves and tho city, nnd of this they havo
early nnd satisfactory .proof.
Within six months from this day tho
cars will bo running from Charleston to
Bird's Point, restoring to our city tho
trade of which tho war bereft us, and
through tho Iron Mountain railroad giv
ing us connection with tho city of St.
Louis and jho growing towns and coun
Jry Intermediate. But thobeuefiUto ac
v'ruo from tho action taken yesterday wo
need not onlargo upon. Tlnyaro under
stood by nil readers of tho 'Bulletin' and
by all other who havo given tho matter
Htteution. Sure wo aro that no man who
voted for tho subscription wlll-ovor see
the, day when he will wish to recall hi
4,'uiro V Fultou IlaillroiML
uijsrr.T or Tin: km-.ithhi yentek-
Au Ovcmhrliiiliiir Mnjorlty In t'nvor or
The election of yestorday was quiet,
(hero being less than half the usual vote
thereon, yet tho result Is ono that reflects
credit upon the energy and public spirit
of our citizens.
Tho following is tho vote:
r.rt Wnnl 100 a
-rcoml Wunl l'.til
Tlilltl Wnnl to i
ourth Wiinl U
TotaL 4fiU 17
Showing a majority of 152 iu favor of
tho proposition. Those who remained
iiway from the polls did so under tho full
knowledge that no voto would count un
ess It was for or against. This being so
it is a very violent supposition to say
that oven any considerable portion of
those who remained from tho polls wero
opposed , to tho subscription. Tho voto
indicates that there aro not llfty persona
In tho city opposed to the subscription.
Twenty-one Indian agonts nnd super
intendents have 'boon selected from tho
Joncks Harris, landlord' b' Harris Ho
cl, at Providence, R. H.,-nulclded by
Tho 'Sun' nominates' 'Bujlingame for
President In 1876 on tho strongtlt of the
A victim Iced 'farmer lmu found that
koroseae oil gives 'instant relief If applied
to " stings.
A Fredonln rpapor puffs .& now stylo of
coffin by paying: After using thcra
ouco rou will never want to uso anoth
er." A number of young ladies in Cleve
land bave organised o croquet club, to be
known booaftor ns tho Whlto Stock
ings." Crn iu tho shuck Is Belling from tho
wagons In Montgomery, Ala., at ono
dollar per bushel.
Leo Hudson and her horso "Black
Bobs" are Mazoppaizing tho "broad
brlnw" of tho -Quaker City.
Robert Gillespie tried to commit sui
cide in Louisville, and It In thought will
succeed, m lio to btidly-ehot,
A young man named Van Vlelck
stabbed liia grandfather to death at Oal
llpoliH, Ohio, on Wednesday.
Three convicts tried to eccapo from tho
Tennessee penltoatiary, Thursday. One
of them succeeded, ono wc.8 killed, and
tho other woundod.
The old and well-known Boston 'Post'
hasJUHt pawed through a suit for libel
The plalutltrin the case got a verdict for
just nothing, and had the costs to pay.
Several HUlo girls at Lowell saved
their Fourth of July spending money
and got up a fair for u sick soldier, which
was held on Wednesday afternoon nnd
evening, realizing eighty-two dollars.
Julia Eborgenyl, tho aristocratic mur
deress of tho Countess Chorinsky, whoso
trial excited so much attention, has died
of consumption at tho Neadorf penlten -
On Tuesday last, a son of 31 r. Phil.
-Johnson, living five miles from Clarks-
villo, on tho Nashville pike, was thrown
from a buggy aud v severely injured
I that he died the next day.
I Mrs. Mary Lawrence, whoso husband
1 is in California, hung herself nt Union
! villo, Missouri, ou Thursday night last.
' Sho was the mother of two children, and
apparently of sound mind.
A do.en leading busincfa men of
Chicago havo gone to California to ex
plore the chances for mercantile enter
prise In that direction.
An English explorer has found out
that tho Garden of Eden was Babylon.
New York city Is unusuall healthy for
thin Benson of the year.
It is said that Georgo Peabody designs
to administer upon his own estate, and
will leavo nothing for heirs or tax gath
erers to quarrel about.
John W. Forney has bought a farm In
Korth Carolina, aud it is said ho hopes
to come back to Washington as a "car.
Joan Dullfufn, the great manufacturer
of Mulhouse, France, has deposited
.1,000,000 franca as a fund for sick and in
llrin workingmcn, nnd to cducato poor
Brass nnd wind are valuable commod
ities at Saratoga. Leavy, tho cornet
player, receives a dally salary of $150 for
A atrong point against Chlneso immi
gration is matlo by a victim who don't
want any of "tho cusses who Invontod
fire-crackers" around him.
The Balo of lager Iu Boston has been
generally resumed, tho state constabulary
having evidently received instructions
to bo lenient in regard to It. Grog shops
are closely watched and selzod.
Tho English papers complain of tho
trapez performances of a child four years
old, who Jiangs on tho bar by Its heols
und tho back of its head, and performs
other feats calculated to interest and
amuso the British public.
Jamaica, taking tho hint from tho
mother country, is now asking for dlsos
tabllshment, an opportunity for which 1b
offered by tho expiration at tho close of
tho present year of the clergy act relating
to that island.
A special from St. Paul myn that I
rlro light which occurred there, on Tu
prlro light which occurred there, on Tuea
lav fivonlncr. waa between two boys,
only fourteen years of ago. They had
been In training uuder tho direction of
two bruisers for six weeks, aud they wero
kept In the ring by the brutes after tho
boys had begged that tho fight might
stop. All concornod have been arrested,
and tho three riugleadors, MoDonald,
Jones and De Witt, fined $50 each, and
required to give bonds In $300 to keep tlio
peace. In default they wero sent to Jail.
Ilenlthnil and nellgtural Beverage.
ThocelobratedSoltor's, Klsslngen and
loulsvlllo Artesian waters aro kept ou
draught at the City Drug Store, Com
morclalavoiuio, between Sixth and Sev
enth streets. jo 15 tf
Ono Hundred inn! Fifty nullum Hcwiml.
On tho night of tho 1th of June lust,
my store on Commoroial avonuo, bo
tweon Eighteenth and Nineteenth
streets, was t ntered, und cotton .
woolen gootis, 8hoes, etc., stolon there
from to tho amount of about five hun
I wiy pay 0110 humlred mid Itfty dol
lars cash to any person who will return
tho goods so stolon, or a proportionate
amount for any portion of them.
JylMf FlIANlS NUWJfAN.
It is a fact which all drinkers of the life
giving Saratoga should know that fifteen
tlcketaoan be purchased for one dollar,
nnd soven for half that amount. This is
gratifying; for what is life, with tho
mercury in tho nineties, without Bara-
toga cool, sparkling, refreshing Sara
toga? To allow vitality to oozo out at
one's 'fingers ends, where this popular
noverago can bo had, is of a species of
folly comparod to which tho action of
Thompson's colt is the very embodiment
of wisdom. If, thon, you would show
yourself a Solon ; if you would preserve
your'vivaclty, and banish caro with Us
monotony; if you would smooth away
tho wrinkles of age, and retain the ro
tundity and plumpness of youth; If you
would prevent baldness, and maintain
a well ordered digestion; in short if you
would eujoy life ns fauey paints it, om
braco tho nectared sweets of Saratoga
set them down as a rule In life and, our
word for it, if constantly adhered to, you
will do well and dlo full of Saratoga and
Christianity. TI1030 busy B's tho Bar
clay'sdispense tho blessing at their
temple, which overlooks tho beautiful
Ohio, nt prices based upon "quick sales
and all profits." As mentioned, above,
Fifteen for a dollar 1
for (lis '-it Hotirw
Two u'clnrk, I. 51.
1 Port 1. 1st
(Ifn. Amlerinn, Columbu. Mllbrey, Pailucah.
Wild Duck, Pittsburgh. AI-otni, Cincinnati.
Virginia, Memphis. Irornldci", "
PwitlK-r, ' KllnlliionM, NMhTlllr.
0n. AniW'on. Col um bin
Wild Duck, "
The wcatlter was somewhat
yesterdoy evening, but clear this morn
ing. Tho tempcraturo Is pleasant, tho
thermometer ranging from 78 to SO, ac
cording to location.
Tho Mississippi and Missouri are rising
slowly as faras heard from
! 'Hie Ohio is rising at Pittsburg with
eight feet of water in the channel, nnd
stationary at Louisville with over five
feet water In the chute over tho falls.
Here the river has fallen three Inches
since last report.
Business Is moderately actlvo on tho
Tho rain of last Sunday was very gen
eral from tho Allcgheulcs to tho itocky
Mountains, and in some places heavier
than ever beforo known. Torrents of
water, surpassing anything remembered,
fell in the country round about Cincin
nati, whllo above and west of St. Louis
the storm was frightful, carrying away
everything beforo It. A general rise of
large proportions may therefore be looked
j for, and farmers along tho bottom lands
of tho Ohio and Mississippi may begin
to iuuUu tUulr troparntloi9 to moot It. It
may not bo a flood, but wo think ouo
Tho Mllbrey brought out Hi '00(111103
of tobacco, M b.vs fruit, 2 baskets ditto
for Cairo; Ohhds tobacco for reshipmcnt
East pcrBluo Line; 21 rolls lenthcr for
Chicago; 310 axo handles for St Louis;
lOpkgs for Memphis.
Tho Ella Hughes brought out G bbls
whiskey for Stratton, Hudson & Clark,
Cairo; Shhdsof tobacco for rcshlpmont
to Kvansvllle; 227 bags wheat, 6 tons
iron, 43 rolls leather, 10 pkgs cedarware
for St. Louis: 60 bbls flour, 11 bbls whls
koy, CO hhds tobacco, for rcshlpment
South; 100 bags barley, for Chicago, and
ono ,hhd tobacco, for rcshlpmont East
per Bluo Lino cars.
Tho Mllbrey, Capt. Magulre,is tho reg
ular Paducah packet this ovonlng.
Tho Cumberland, Capt. Louth, is tho
regular packet for Evansvillo this even
ing. The Belle St. Louis, Capt. Zolgler, is
tho regular packet for Memphis, this
Tho BoUo Memphis, Cnpt. Crane, Is tho
rogular packet for St. Louis to. night, nt
Tho Sunflower Billiard Saloon, ou Ohio
Levee, is furnished with tho latest styles
of tables, and tho bar supplied with tho
most excellent liquors. Free lunch is
spread every day at 9 a. m. und 10 p. m
"BarrettV Improves tho appearanc o j
A general agent for Southern Illinois,
I iui kjiiv ui iue Miitv jijaiiiuiii;u
companies or tlio j-ast. To one wno cun
como woll recommended, aud is sonio
wliat versed la tho business, very liberal
inducements willtbe ollered. None ex
cept gentlemen of ability aud good moral
character need apply. Address,
310 Olive street. Rooms fl and 7,
JylOdtf St. Louis, Mo.
Tho famous Selter Water, Wois Boer,
Catawba and Rhine Wines, cool nnd
pure, aro always kept at tho Egyptian
Browery Suloon, comer of "Washington
avenue and Tenth street. Lovers of these
delightful boveroges aro invited to call,
as they will bo politely treated aud sat
If you wunt a good stove, or tinware
liollow-waro, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything In that line,
call on A. Eraser, Commerclul uvenuo
beteon Elovonth and Twelfth street,
whero ho bus moved to, a.t fitted up the
large? and most complete sliop iu
Sou'.iicrn Illinois. ,
Particular attention given to Btoain- 1
boat and mill Work, Copper smithing
and sheet Iron work, such at. chimneys,
breeciior escaping Hteum-pipes, etc.
joskph Mckenzie & co.s column.
gOUTH WESTERN FACTORY I !
FURNITURE, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,
W cnl I attention to thn fact that we havo perfected arrangements to nunulacturs M Wndiof Dinirt
uoom, Chamber nnd Kitchen Furniture) such n ,
WASH & OANDLE STANDS,
SAFES, ROUND TABLFS, CRIBS,
LOUNGES, ETC., ETo '
Are aUo ireriircl to munii future U kinds of
Building JSxi t r i &, 1.
nd In fart Ml klnd of mUriM ua In bulMlnK.
manufacttirlnir, and feel confident that wo cn give
ON BHORT NOTICE AND IN
We call tho attention of tho public
Sasli Doors, Blinds and Sash, JUtc,
on hand of n superior quality, which w will toll
AT CHICAGO PItlCES WITH FICEIGIIT ADDED.
Guaranteeing First-Class Wrkontl the very best (Jtmllly of Lumber Iu nil our "Wares
we hope our frlendi and the public will tender ui a fair sl.aro of patronage.
FAOTOHY, Gov. 40th
ia.orrHTE Ann NAI.RHBOO.U on UVahlngton Avomic, corner or Math Ntreet,
Onf irioek Wot of Toit Office.
ryOrderx from hbroad thould 1 adclreefM to
Juno 10, 1809. w6m.
I70II HAI.K. CIIKAP-Ner Cottage and
X lou.oorner 1OCimfttvi nixteenui oireen
iltKF.N (ilLlllIUT, Altr.K
110 COMMKItCIAI. AVK.N'UK,
In Htllntt A Haylhorno Hoot nnd Shoe Mori-,
iCuttiuc done n rhort notice. mirtfdtf
lirlilo mill Ilrldricrooiii.
Kaya for Younc Men on the Interotfiig relation
of Bridegroom to Undo, in the mititutionof.Mairl.igit
a guido to matrimonial felicity, and true liapplneM.
Sent by mall in ealcl letter envelope ireo oi cnarge.
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(im' llotaniciil Herie,
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1 1-1. irv
(iriggaA Co, Chicago.
We have n lure fiwtorv HnJ kiln drj'H our Lumber before
rnllro satlnfiwilon in filling all ordem entrunted toourcM
MOST 81'IWTANTIAI, JJANNHa.
to the fact that we hare a good itock of
nrtcl Ollio XiovoOi
.rosKi'ii lit ki:zii: & co.,
Drawer 1M, CAIRO, ILL
ttatnof William Itottler,decraod-
The underiKued Imvlnu Keen appointed aclmlclt
trator of tbn ontn e of William Kottlvr, lata of thn
county of Alexander, and Htato of Jlllnoli, deceaad,
hereby glea tioticc that he w III appear before th
county cnurt of Alexander county, at the court home,
in Cairo, at the July term, on th 3l Monday In July
next, at which tiinn all person haringelilm against
aid citato are noti!led and rcjnt-l to attend fcr
tho purpoie of liavlng the aino adjuited. All per
on Indebted to ld etate are reiUrted to iiiaIiw
Itnmeillate ratmenttothe undersigned.
Dated thin id day of June, A. D. 1M.0.
nun DAMKL IIEIIL, Admlnntrbtor.
7XECUT0R'SSALE OF VALUA.BLE
In purMian of the provision of tho la.t will Mil
tentament of linker tiotdon, late of Capo Oirardeau,
Mo., ilocensi J, arop of which (a duly recorded in
tho Recorder' olll''" of Alexander county, IHinoio, Iu
nord IkjoW "A A " pe lot. etc., tho undemigntil
nxcoutornf aid lt will and lenUitnent w ill oiler for
ale, al publb' auction, at the front door of tho court
home, in tho city of Cairo, Alexander county, llll
iioIk, onMemtiiy, Uiu xtli day of Auicuat next, at two
o'clock p.m., lli.it rl liable lot, with thn larR two
etory ttnrc und ieIlinKtliereon,ituntodonTnetitirtli
etrect. UdHn piar and Wahmgton rtreel), or J
near tho court h 'i.o, nuil known and ilexlgtutcil cu
win reeomeii p:m rxnui euynmoio, tj, in blrif jco.
' In the ilit addition iu tlio city of Cairo, Illinola.
Krom it louti 11 lx Inc within n nhort dintan o from
the court h(ic, ihi property I deemed rlflrbln
1 anny In that put . f tbucitv, being adapto.1 aiiko to,
biilnei a f.ir re ',epurpoea.
TemiK. Oiie-r'iirthefth,ihe bulancn In Vi months,
mill noio, i-rrinf w iwumi ny irnni-iieo.i on
the property. l'keaion given on day of alo. Kiln
cntHliieted by '. W 111 -(on
WILLIAM C. RANNEY, Kxeeuto
j rotate of IMward T lto, iUcecuo.1.
I Tin' undersigned hating Ifen Appointed adm.nli
1 tratorof the etate of IMwnrl T. lloaa. lato of tho
I county of Alexander and Ktatc of Illlnola, ilece aned,
hereby glen noiiec thut he will nppe.tr lfor. the.
I countycourt of Alexander county, at tlio oourt Iioumi
In Cniro, nt the Hepti mlxT term, on the XI Motid..y iu
I Hepteinlier next, at which time nil person having
, eUiiiiiiiguititaideiitatare notitlcd and requested
tontteiid, Tor the purpuso of having tho mine adjuit
ed All Prnon indebted to Mid estate nre lenueetd
iiatc t'.i meiit to the lllidcriicnrd.
) ni juiy, ,. X'. tsii.
or.O. W. WALL.Admlniatrator.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Al.KXANDlUt UOU.NTV, KK
f Alexander Coutitv. Beitemler
1 jerin, lotj.
I Alexander Milford,
In Chanetry. Hill for Divorce,
Minerva Milford. I
Affidavit of the nou-reidenco of Minerva Milford,
I the above namv defendant, having been tiled in tho
I clerk' otlicu of thueireuil court of mid county, no
nce i inereioro nereny given to lam Jiliirrra jnironl
that the complainant hied hit hill of eempUInt In
aid court on tho vhanvery aide thereof ou iho IO1I1
day of July, l-fl, and that thereupon a ummoca
ik.ued nut uf x.iid court returnable u tho law dlre.it.
Now unte you, the n.iid Minor r.i Mdfo d, ehall per
eonnllv Ixi xn I nnnear before thn circuit court of aald
j coiiuty ou the ilr.t dy of the next term thereof, tu
' be hofdnunt the court houe Iu the city of Cairo, Id
I raid county, 011 thn third Monday of freptembor next,
HIIK ,U.-Ui, I.II.I. T'l 11. Itl'lllUr IU I, IP mill! VVIIII.II.IUM4. I.
bill of complaint, the same nnd the nullum and
t iiiiiufi. iiiiiiviii cnarKCU anil pimicu mil iukci. bb
i' confc'ied, and 11 decreo entered ng-mut you accord'
iiik to tho prayer of uui bill.
1 JOHN Q. 1IAUMAN, Clerk.
( aim, III., July 1I,1SW.
V. E. Albright, plaintitra attorney. Jyltwlw
' QTATE OF ILLINOIS,
rj tiiusriti coi'ntt.
, Iu Iho Clrijult Court of Alexiuder County Septamlei
I Samuel Staat Taylor and Kdwln I'arsonj)
I TruHcea of tlio C'AiroCity I'roifrly, ,.,.,...
CharleaSehonemeyerand Andrew I'opp.J
11111 to enforce Vendor' Lien.
Atlidavit of tho non-reldonco of Andrew I'opn, ono
ofthonbove named defendanta having been nled in
too Clerk' office of tho Cipiuit Court of iild couaty,
notice I therefore hereby given to tho aald Andrew
fopp, that the eoinpHin.ini lllod their bill of com
plaint 111 tlio above entitled cauno in naid Court on the
ry iile thereof, on the .Ird day of July. 14,
at tliereujxin u niininoni la mod out of uald
cturn.ible an the l iw direi't. Now, unleai yo 1
tlio nut Andrew I'opi) thall peraunally bo nnu appear
lieforo tho Circuit Court o ald t.'oi.nty on the hrt
day of h noxt term thereof, to bo hulden ut ih ' Court
House in tho City of Cum, In ald Coiiuty, on lha
Third Monday of Mcp'. iiiln-i next, andpleaJ, miver
or demur to tho hai.t coini laitmol bill ufeoinidnint.
P tlio Fame and iheinxtta-i undlliiuc therein charged
and atatcd will Ih taken na conteared, and n ile.'ro
entered niramat you icoordinv to tlioprnverof tnld
Orcn i OiltxTt, Pill's Ai . jyltf.wJw.
A.NTKD Alexajiderl'oiiniy Onler. at M ct.
uii.l rlv A 1,11 :j 1 Acciit on the dollar, (or nil
kindiof l.uinlicr nod Jtritder' Material.
Iaul3.lt! . . THUjli.-Tll.
J ovr Miller M
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