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A3CAI.ON I.OHUI-', NO, til.
Kn(Kht of I'ytlilas, mil t every K'j
iUv ii Ik lit at lixIf-iMit ven, iiiO.m
1lull Iliill. i; K. Mi.Af.
Chaiieellnr '.'iii'ii""''1' r-
' I -
Inilfi-ii.lrnl Onlrrof '.'''Ml-
1 1 . :.....i.nirv i ntimiiiii' iiiiiiL
" nt Imfr-iMit sc-irii. In Ififir hull on
Cniiihirrclul avenue, IwIwk-ii MUli uml ;"""
itrrdi .Inns II usfm!, .N. M.
lAIHO KNOAMrMK.M', I. U. l. 1'.. Inwls
Vu O'liM-'i'll'iW"' "oil on the llrat mi' till nl
I ihuLii In rrry lllulitli, nt li:ilr-Int n-eii
I. K .SLACK, 0. r.
A I.A1KO I.OIIUI). XI).!M7,A.F. A A. M.
-A. lloM nvular nuiiiniiiili-tl'iii In lu
J1K sonic IIjII. corner Coiniiicrcliil iivenm;
Xaiid I'lirtitli Mutt, on tin .second und
"oiittli Monday cf well iiioiilh.
Mr. I'. Kltgcrald has Just received and
lias on mile at hi silcs room large stock
if I'liglkh ale, porter, llf:hlit-ry brandy
ami wliu-, ami Honors of all kinds, whlrh
tip will dispose or at reasonable prices.
MAI!.,78 0hlo l.i'W', ha the latest
lylcs In .SIIIItTS "The Fuvotltc," and
several other stylo of the lot In the
country excellent In make ami .siipctlor
lit material. MAItX Is the otilyiknler In
the city who him these stylos, ami makes
Ills tlItrt.'"' conform to the lowc.-t prices
.nlli't ill' Kciihiiii-I.
Ttio well-known barber shop, corner
I'tghth and Csiiimcrciul, plcslded ovsr by
'.lie popular artlt, (icorge .tclnhouie, lias
removed one door north on C'ommurc'at, In
,;ti draml Central Hotel. The now rhop Is
argo ami eoiniiiO"lloii, and those wishing
for anything artlitlc in the w.iy of fashion
iMc hair cutting, smooth shaves et(, will
Jo well to tall at the (lian'J Central llarhcr
t'jop. 71 3-13-tf.
(in nn! Kec 1rr.
Landlords ol hotels and hoarding tiou-cs
w III llnd It to their advantage to eidl upon
M. (olcmin, Laundress, No 12 Konrlb
street, betweo Washington ami Commcr
tlal avenues Hotel and boarding-home
wadilng, 73 rents perdoun. For plci-e w ork
prirei are a loIIowi ."-Ingle 'll,rt " ''
lar, 10c; per dozen ( oek ftc; two col
lars, lie; two handkerchiefs 3c; vest S'le;
anil all gentlemen wear, ssic. per
doen. l.vllei' dre-ses 2S to 30c;
lUrldo to ')c; Urawora 10 to 15c; two
I air ho-e 5e; ttvo collar ." to 10c. r'or !
dle" plain ilothfi l CO per doen; lor la
dlei line clothes, fcl 'i' per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly dclimed. 1
ilra. Unit. h the UrscU .Millinery Store
in the cltr oi Cairo, with u latvc Motk of
Millinery fSiwdn o( alt the latent fashions
and fljlee of I.adie', Mitrt " fl Clllirf n-
h.i'. and Ladle?' uonni't", trlimned or tin-
trlninicd, all of which have hicn carefully
htlectcd, an I hoiiiiht at the crv lonot
t xtb i'rlcoi at tt.t: four different markeU
St. Louis ChleiRo, Clnelnoatl and New
York, and which hc will offer for silc at
eoit. Now la your chance to set your
Hits Call ami ire her belorr joii pur
i liaio it other tiUces She ha A title a.
orlinentot Ladles' .Mi'-c-' and (.hlldrtn'
.Slioen. all made to order, tli.it hc will oiler
for me tlf y per cent clicapf r than ran hf
timiL'lit it anv other tilacc in tlie city of
Calio ; also, a variety of other notion'-.
Mli-.M. 0. IlL'Ll,
Wadiini'toa avenue, between 'lVnlli tud
t verdli k'trect-. IMUZ-Im.
Til' 'ullT to 'IliN.
1 am prerand to tutnlsh to i-u-toiticr-Hoot-
and .-hoes, of a line materia', a neat
In lit and cheap In prlco ai can he procured
iy per.HltliDB upeculatlvc persons or nun
not .hocmakcra halns frleud-hocniaktri
lit leg In the Kat, to cml lor thi ui. I nk
baiikera, public olllccr.s and other penor.
to tAe notice ol this ani-ounccinciit. 1
make llooti and Sltoes III any tljlo ami of
very miallty. (!tvo me a trial.
Iteincinbcr the loeitlon of my shop
Twentieth -tteet between Poplar street and
Waihlnirton avenue, ueir the Court llotu-e.
40-1-13-tr. W.M KlII.KliS.
Tlio lli-itrl l n Vinli-rfiil I'niiili.
the valves ol which open and i-hllt bCM'tity
or e'i'h'.y times per minute. If an alcoholic
ktlmulant b taken Into tlio blood the pump
works miieh fa.tcr.and this unnatural i-peed
w ear out thu Itsl machinery. All tko In
toxlcatlnj; no-drum advcrttM-d u "tonics"
"renovators," correctives" Ac , produce
this disastrous t-tlcct, and hencu all Intnlll
gent Chtl-tlani are thankful lh.it
VAI.KItnVVKIiKTjIII.K VlSKO.Ut llirTKII-
an lnviyorant and Altcr;itlve without i
stlug-ii tverywheru aupplantliiK thc
proprietary poisons 413 Iw,
Tt KisHAV, MAY II, 1S75,
I.im-iiI Mi-iillH-r lleporl.
CAIkO, II I... May ! 1
il.tn. I Tin:. I Willi.
jo md :
I IIUMAS .IDNF.S, M-rsl. . b., V. H. A.
A roo(l cook. Tim lx-t wnjrf xlvi'it.
Apply iiiinieillati'ly nt llu- lln,i.r.iis l-
It lias 1 cfi t su-ri-tedn nih ilxTol'lliiii"i
during tliu pa't li.'W il.iys tn.it -Mayor
Winter call u meotliiol'tliu oitl:n of
Cairo, for tin; pui ioju of taking .-onif ac
tion in regard to a I'oiirtli ol' .Inly celi-
n.w k ( i.i-i tiin-
Wi- an- tohl that tin- Mix-nil Kidllous
AKihttioii has solicited Mr.I). I.. lMls
iilitoroftlii! Sun, to deliver a lccttin:
under tlio nusplcus of that body, and that
.Mr. Davis will comply with .the rciiiet
on next Suiidaycvciiliifr.
Tin: sTit,vi!i:i:i:Y festival i
run liViixiMi. :
The OarlKjiidali; O'niw aiys that
dipt. Halliday proved a lltth.- too iUick
for tin.- iiiiinT.". at DiKitolii. Lcanilii'
tlicy propo-od to strlko upon thu l'l of
May, lie gave . days notice that he
would cloo lus inliii' upon tin.' day m-Iuo
ted for tin; strike. Tin: inlni' was clo-i il.
IIdm It HniU' .Mullory ItcllirloiiH. Mini
ltlK I'iM-lli-iil .
Tin1 wa-alel; H'0ilc oil the i-clioolier
dial was ftorni-toi-cit and nearly wreek
i.d between Cairo and Mound city, on
Sunday, had n-llgloiH scrvlcct when tin
danger vn tlio jrn-atc-t.
'I ivsrit-tto cay, tny li'-arcrs" "aid the
captain, "that tli'cjk:'" nl'oiit up. II yon
lmc anytlilno; to siy to the Lord, you
had b(;tter "ay It now."
Then all fell to their dt-vothm-, and
Mr. Mallory wa heard to ay :
(). I.oni: ll'you can "ret me otil ol this
I would ln tinieli obliged. I didn't In
tend to take a llirouli ticket when I ot
aboard, and Ifyoii will Jit-t punch It and
h tiue lay out lor si few years longer,
thine will Iw tin; x'ory foieter. leave.
Atlhli moment, while the supplica
tions of the oilier frlght-strlcken pcoplf
were n:endliig, the voice of Mr. .laine.
ISlKXS like, that of IlK.-Swecl .Milder ol
Nrael, wa hcanl above the roar ortcui
Mt, shouting, to the tune of the Devil
Heating Tan I'.ark. thW beautiful liyiitu:
"it, lird! I'telsi-n n wlrVnl ltl-,
I own thf corn to-diij l
HilliiliM oil 111 thnllxlitlM ityle
Out of tin-narrow wayi
Hut now ii-illlnz on tlie d-p,
fen-sii-k t my crime,
And aiklnic aiic-.ir from the W.nc
I mix.- to ttitv tlila liiine.
(, mucin" from tin- wati ry dipi
I w.tlir do ddcMt:
l.ein"-to wall, on Inielafilii,
liiiemea via nf lint,
Or Sclilitx, (for me y Selillt. I l-il)
Ant I will ticii rlulitwni ltl(.y,
In aw-hfM llnnly set,
Will walk aloiw the Narrow Way
MmIM and linn, yon 11,
tin, lird, 1a; kind !
Li t down tin- wind!
And nihil tli milled dti-p, dw-p, dci-p;
Itock tlit-i-roiili waiiM loslti-p, liri,sliii,
And ciliu Hit- rulllal ill p. ' '
Thu Ili'M.ini.v short-hand rt'iiorter
was hen; attacked with sea-ilcktif.-'-' and
iH-ablcillroin taking fiirther notes.
F.vcry ncwary preparation has been
completed for th rcecption to be ten
dered Mr. Fulton and hli brldo at the St.
Cliarle Motel, thN evening. It Is e.-
iei'tcd that the ii-ceptlou will In- one ol
the largest ki-li-ci atlierlu"- ot tin; ma-f-on,
and alo one of tin niot viijoynhle
ici: ci:i:a.m, cakk. i:rc;
At the FpNeopal Festival;
i itii i:vi:xi.Mi
Two-IIoroe Wiiiiii I'or Nnle.
A new wafjou lor salo at t bargain. Ap
ply nt the IIUM.KTIN countln-room. tf.
lict Hie licit.
Dr. Setli Arnold's Coush Killer the
great cradlcator lor all ltui) dicasea-a hu
perlor remedy to all other medicines jet
dlncovercd, In sovcro else. It Is R suro,
ipiisk, and perfectly tafo remedy lor
cotiyhs colds oru Unoit, whooping couh
:roup,und all diseases of the throat and
limits. Ketuil price, as and ,V) cents and&l.
Any bottle that docs not lve relief may bo
returned, and the money will be refunded.
llr. Seth Arnold's Dlarrho-a Halsain,2.'iaml
M cents, ltcmomher It It warranted. Ar
nold'a IIU'-ioiH Mandrnko I'll!-, opcrntin
without sickness and pain. Compounded
by Dr. Seth Arnold's Medical Corpornti in,
Woonsoeket, It. 1. Bold by Paul (LKchtih,
driitfttlst, Cairo, III. JVj.l-2.V3in.
...ll!C. I'. I'. T.
The iiicuiImts ol Cairo Council X. C.
Cnlteil Friends of Temperance, arc n;-riui.-lcdto
inert at Odd Fellows Hall,
Tiie-iby lay II, at 7::I0 o'clock. I'linc
tual nttrndniKv 1- di-ln d.
C. I.v.mi:, W. I'.
A vs IIoiion, Scribe.
A ilurihy-boro cvcliaii'i; s.iys "A
party of Soutlivni railroad men met
in the olllci: of tin; Cairo A St. Louis rail
road on la-t Thur-day, for the purpo-eof
coiisuUliiK In rcfereiiei! to a propo-ed sj-
tern of .outliern Narrow liaiio road-, to
have their termini at Cairo. 1 lie re
sults of the merlins arc not yet made pub
The coiiiiu1ltii.'havlnstlic ciiniiliuicnt
ary parly to Mr. and Mis. M. 1'. Fulton
in charge, r ipie-l u- to -tali! thai il.uic
iiie; will iio-ilivcly commeneeat tl o'clock-
At II uVlock, an opportunlly will bo ol
fend tho.e who wl-b. to nllcnd tin;
taw berry Festival at While A- (ircen's
old staiid, corner of -Kth -tred and
Slruti lii'i'O rrilltnl.
I'll.- ladle ol the Fplscopal ehuicli
will eivc ar.ind upperaiiil .tr.iwlHTry
fe-tlval at Ihe -tore lormerly occupied by
Mcs-rs Whim nml (invr. on Ohio levee.
corner of. -Kth -tn.-et, on 1 iii,silay eu-n-
The tine supper, which will Iw served
throughout Ihu entire cvcnlut', will 1);
n-adyatslx o'clock. All are coi-dlally
Invited to lake supper at the li-tlval In--ti-ad
of at their home on that evening.
.Yliirr SiiiiiII l'o .
Small po. I- a'Mln on thu Incrca-e.
Two new ca-e- are ivported having
broken out i-lnee !a-t S.itunlay, one of
which N located on Nineteenth ln ct.
and thu other in the Filot 1 1 0110, on
Wa-hIii2ton avenue. I he ca-e In tlie up-
k.t pal t of tow u I- thai of a youn col
ored bov about twehv years ol ac
named Albeit Freeman, while that In
the Pilot House U u negro man.
I'mirlli r Jill'.
The Mitriihj'sboro lnl'jitnl'iil says
'Cairo paper- are out In double-leaded
eoluiiin iirtlele- untill ' the citi.ens of
that cltv to pieiun; for a 'raiul eelebra
tlon on the Itliof.liily. A five ride ou r
the Narrow (iaue Is spoken of. It Us
little early, but there Is nothing like bav
in"; plenty of time. We are In for any-
thin-' that U free, and any colebr.ition or
rxetirslon over the Narrow (Jaiige w ill be
lanrelv p.itroul.cd by our elii.eiis. The
popularity of that roail, and the reputa
tion of the. emnlovcs are -itch that will
Insure a itootl turn out from hero any
lime. We sav vvhooii her up, aii'l let'1-
have a blr lime at Cairo on the Ith.
sw-niv-Mve wheelbarrow- for sal
heap. A pply to .(olio 'lancy. corner 01
vvrlflh sln-'-t and ( ouiuiercial avenue.
aT'I'Vii' lipi-'.opai l'i-tlval To-NI'.'lit
Tlie I'm i at.
The enterpii-lii'' ladles who constitute
the conitrciratlou ot the Church of tlie
itedceiner, have, wo are plea-ed to learn
perfected their arrauiroinciit- for the
.strawberry festival to he riven by them
at White it Greer's old stand, corner of
Sixth Street and Ohio levee, thw cvoniu;.',
Supper will be served front six o'clock
until a late hour, and will bu coin
posed of every choice aud.delielous edible
the market tillords, at the most reason:!
hie price-. The festival should be largely
patroiilcd by the people ol Cairo, as the
object for which It Is rotten up is a wor
Two good residences 011 Twentieth street
near tlio Court House, Also the Court
llouso Hole', ut low rent, inquire at II.
Meyer's Cigar atore. Jacob Ki.uin.
"A tlFE ON THE OCEAN WAVE,"
, V.ijnitcoii llicMU'1'l.v 'ei.
That Pleaiuro Eicunlon tt Sunday.
AlThe L'pi-cnpal I 'clival To-NIjrht
For the llr-t time that wo reniciuber of
there Is n tilth on the C. A. A- 1 . It. I!.
I'hc train due hen; at I a. 111. ye.-terday,
tranded ,-oniewhcre between Poplar
lllull and Charlo-ton, and had not been
heard from last nljrht. (.'omliietor Con
ley took the re-pou-Ibllity ol running a
train Ironi Chark-toii to (.alio at noon
ye-terdaj', by vvhieh he earned the ever-
i.tliir tratltude ot a doen pa'-eii.'ers
who had irrowu weary ot
waiting for the lo-t train. Mr. Conley
protiosed sroliir with a train and llar
from Cliark-tou towards Po)Iar Mull
last nl-'lit to a--Ist the others If he could
llnd them. There twins 110 telegraph
lines a'.onir the road, this Is the only
means for ascertaining tlie extent of the
accident, it there has been one. we
were Informed In Uiarle-toii, yes
terday, that a bridge had been burned on
the Iron Mountain road near liellinout,
mil a train ditched on the .-uine line near
St. Louis, by a wash In the track, cau-ed
by Ihe heavy rains ol Sunday.
Having again established mytclf in the
Lumber badness at tlio Wall k Kut Mill,
I am prepmed to n-ll lumber of all kluds,
lith amUhlngles at wholcsala and retail,
and to oiler ex ra inducement! at all times,
guaranteeing the Ion est possible prices.
40Ki-lMu). !. S. MctUllEY
Foru'veral days past, a trim little
Schooner has been riding at niiehor at
our wharf, near the foolofKlghth trut,
undergoing -onie repairs, caii'ing 111 iny
ol our curious citizens to marvel at its
diminutive "1e and its probable destiny.
I lie repairs having been completed on
Saturday, Ihe captain ol the cr.ut vva- in-
lueed by .Mr. dames Mallory ami otner.s
to take her on a pleasure esciirlon to
Mound City and return, and lli.it report
being "pread, a goodly number of pleas
ure-lovers assembled at the ktce on l.it
iunday noon, lor Ihe purpose of embark
ing 011 the frail cralt. Them bud be
anie elotidv, and Indli-.illoii of a speedy
rain preventeil many a one Ironi partici
pating. Ity 2 o'clock, p. m., Captain
MalloryV eroaMng voice lesouinieii ironi
the -hip: "All aboard for Mai-
lory's Cave!" This acted like a charm.
Some W people ntshed aboard. 'apt. .1.
DeLaele, the eoiiimanderol the ebooner.
apinred upon the poop, and nt hi- com
mands the sails were hoi-ted piomptly,
and with .1 uowl .ou'wester lirife, di
lanced lightly out Into the fit renin. All
aboard the vcs-el felt very brave, and
tho-e upon the f."Vee, who thought dls-
;rctlou the better part of valor, soon had
an opportunity of congratulating them
selves upon their wi-e deci-lon In staying
nt home ; for in a few moments the clouds
unburdened them-elves of their contents,
mil tho-e of the ii.ieugers who had
neither umbrellas or overcoats were
peedlly huddled together in every cor
ner. 'ceKlug sueit'-r ironi tne storm. .
stltl'brece had sprung U by this time,
nnd the schooner dashed wildly up the
stream before the wind, rocking to and
fro, and throwing th': land
lubbers from one Mile ol
the -hip to the other. When oppose
Mound City, a ierlect hnrri'siiie had be-
1111 to blow, and hi nideavoriug to
about ship," and tacking from shore to
shore, tlie little vcs-cl was like a play
thing in Ihe hand-, of the mighty -torm.
The excitement of the frightened voya-
rer-i had become (earful by this lime, and
the to'-hi'' of ihe schooner began to
tell It- tale of wop. Some were on their
knee- pravlii'' and omu In the bull citr'-
iiiir, while the Inner-man lof others wa-
revoltlii agaln-'t the uupropHlotis jour
ney, and wa ca.-tlng forth all they had
devoured (or weeks pa-t. Some had
crowded Into the little cabin, and stood
In -itch elo-e proximity, that when Fred.
Haas, the origln.vl cheap -tore man, be
gan to turn Id- iusides out, he vomited
several onions and a whole bunch
of radidie- Into -lini .Mallory"-
coat pocket; (ins Hottn and a
levv others were hanging over tlie till
frail, ea-ting their mite upon the turbu
lent waters of the Ohio, and groaning
with fear and tllv.y i-lckiic-s One of
our young commission merchant prayed
that the vesel would be beached Instant
ly, and he would be willing to pav the
whole ol lt cost. Another iriiiii-
viitlein.'iM iiiier.li ao to bo lamleii ai
Mound City, while .Hut lllggs wa- look
ing for a sharp jaek-kuile to rut down
the mainmast. The excitement was fear
ful, there were but few aboard whoe
check had not turned pale and green.
mil they only felt relieved when the cap
tain, who had retained a -teady conlue-s
throughout the trip, had properly
brought her In-fore the wind again:
at tlie sound of "up with your foresails
md jibs" 'Spread out the top-sail."
"down with your halyards," "tmt
well," "-teady," their face- assumed
once more a cuoeriui 1001;. ripe-
were whipped out. cigar lit,
Jokes cracked at tlie expense of a few of
the -ea-slck. and -0011 the utile schooner
"Wave"' sailed trimly Into the Cairo
harbor, her pilot effecting a- pretty a
laudiii'.' a any -teamboat pi
lot ever did. The voyage ha
causcil much amusement to
tho-e who stayed at home, and many ol
the pa-seugor who had never travelled
in a -ail -hip before ate content with their
experience and vow never again to risk
tin; mighty deep.
CaIIIO, I M.., Mo.VtltY HVK.VIX(J,1
.May IU, 1873.
The weather to-day was clear, warm
and pleasant ; alter the heavy storm of
wind and rain ot yesterday, (he change Is
an agreeable one.
The feeling In the corn market Is bet
ter, and the week ojiens witii n better
pro-pcet than (or some time. Prices rule
in before, but advices Irom Xevv Orleans
are more favorable Tor speculators; Trans
actions since our la't report have been
Oats ait! at a staud-siill, nothing at nil
Hay Is plenty for the demand.
Flour l steady and linn with no storks
on hand, and dealer-, anxious for sup
plies to (HI orders.
Choice butter Is carce and llrm. Fggs
all sell at quotation. The market 1-
bare of poultry ami demand active.
The river are falling slowly.
SKtVOur friends Miould bear in iiilnd
that the prices here given an; usually (or
sales from drst hands In round lot'. In
lllling orders and for broken lot It Is nee
ruary to charge an advance over the-r
The market ! llrm and active, and
stocks of all kinds fall short ot the de
mand. Prli-os an; still' and unchanged.
We note sales of 000 barrels, ?.7S" ; 100
barrel- choice X -" X Spring, $5 00: 10.V)
els City, ?3 .VK&SM: '-W barrels,
30: 300 barrels X X X Spring,
irj ; .HS) oarrci.1 variuns i,iii'ji.
rg,7:UK) barrels Super. 1173; two
barn-Is X, S3 10: '.'tyj barrels varum-.
r.ules. ?3i 73.
lieeelpts are light, but more than Is
wanted. There l nb demand for any
kind. We note .-ales of 1 ear ehon e tim
othy delivered, t!2 ; 2 ear prime, tlino
thy dcliverisl, S2I ; 2 cars cholci; mixed
We note a better feeling and a large In-
ercai In the demand for corn. I rauac-
Hon have been moderately large to-day as
ompatvd with tlie la-t lew weeks. I hi
Is owing to a change fur the belter In
sntitlierii markets that gives a margin lor
peculation. Suit- were 0 ears N'o. 2
mixed in -aek delivered, !-0c; 1 ear No.?
white mixed In sacks delivered, '2", 1 ear
Xo. 2 mixed In bulk on track. 73e ; 1 car
No. 2 white mixed hi bulk on track, 70c;
i ears Xo. 2 white mixed in Kicks deliv
ered, vj ; 1 car Xo. 2 mixed In sacks de
livered, -S0o : 0 cars Xo. 2 mixed In sack
delivered, SOe; I cars Xo. 2 white In sacks
delivered, S2c; 1 ear No. 2 white in sacks
delivered, Mc; Hears Xo. 2 white In .'ack
delivered, S2e ; 1 ear Xo. 2 white in hulk
on track, 70V 5 I ear- Xo. 2 mixed In .-aek
delivered, fcOo; 3 cars Xo. 2 white in sacks
delivered, SJe ; 3 cars on orders at higher
There Is a fair simply In the market
held at OH (a) 70 cent In -ack, but then:
Is no demand at all, ami none -filing at
any pi Ice, VV'r Jiavc no -ales to report
The market I well supplied and very
ipilet. Choice country ft cam dried -ell
-low at ?;t 03, Choice city meal Is quo
ted 10 cents higher. We note .sale ot 100
barrels -team dried delivered i'i 03 ; 200
barrels city J-:i 73(3 :i SO.
inlet, plenty, dull and declining, des
cribe the condition of tills branch of the
market. We note sale of t cars In sacks
The demand I'or choice Is steady and
active and receipts light. Xo choice
dairy butler oll'ering. Common Is over
stocked and dull. Wo note -ales of 10
package- good Northern 2:i23c; 10
package good Southern Illinois lS(&!0e;
(i package- cooking butter 13e: fi tubs
choice Northern 20c ; 20 packages choice
Steamer .lames Flk, Pndiicah.
" Idlewlld, F.vansvllle,
" Arkansas llelle, Kvansyille.
" Capitol City, Vleksburg.
" Hello Memphis, St. Lout.
Tho. Shlrlock, Xevv Orlean.
" IhlleShreU'port, St. Loul,
" City of Vleksburg, St. I.011I.
" Cherokee, Cincinnati.
City of Helena. Vleksburg.
.M. Parker. Memphis.
" Cons .Millar, Cincinnati.
' (irantl Tower, Memphis
" Hickory, St. Louis.
Tow Itoat, Chas. Ilro'.vn, St. Loul.
.1. W. (iarrelt.St. Louis.
" Leopard, St. I.oul.
" Coal Hill. St. Louis.
" Haven, St. Louis
I'liipi-ller All'. Stevens, St. I.oni.
Steamer .tames Fi-k, Paditcah.
" Aikans.is llelle. Fvausvlllc
" Capitol City, St. Louis
" llelle Mcniphl, Memphis.
" Thomas SUlrloek. Clticimiati.
" llelle Shreveport, New Orleans.
" City of Vleksburg, Vleksburg.
" Cheroket', New Orleans.
" .1. D. Parker. Cincinnati.
' Cim. -Millar. Memphis
" (J rand Tower, St. Lout-.
Hickory, .Mound City.
City of Helena, St. Lou!.
Tow-boat Charle Ilrown, St. I.oni.
.t. W. (i.irrei, Cincinnati.
Haven, St. Louis
Coal Hill, St. Louis.
Propeller All'. Stevens, Obion river.
We will take, at the St. Charles Uotol,
diitlint the summer months, 30 day bon teri
at ill per mouth, nmloO boarders with ciol,
pleas mt rooms 011 tlio upper floor, at $-7)
per mintli. At this extremely bvr rite,
none but piomptly paying boarders will bo
accepted. .Jr.wKTT Wlt.COXiCo.,
ollee or lllsiohitlon or l,nrtnerlili.
Notico Is hereby given that the partner-
sniji noretoiorc cxi.iiiir bolwecn ',V, 1..
Ilrlstolnnd L. W. S'.llwcll Is, UiN lit day of
Maj, 1N73, dissolved by mutual, consent.
W. L. Itristol will continue tlio business
and is authorised to rettle all debts due to
uml by the late Inn.
Cairo, III., May 1st, 1S73.
W. L. Unsroi.,
o-3-il'. L. W. Stilwkm..
I'Iiimo unit OrKivit 'In 11 1 nt.
Mr. M, Kulino desires Us to say that ho Is
ready to rieeUe orders for l'liuo and Or
iran tttnitut, and repalilng musical Instru
ment. Onlcn may be left at tlio corner ot
I'hltti ctitli and Walnut street, or P. O.
Hox mill, and will receive prompt attention,
Hiving boughtout the store of Isidore
I'lhiian, on Washington avenue, bstwenti
Sluth and Tenth xtreels I tako tbla
method otlufonnlnt; the iaibllo ot thu (act ;
also toa' i jrctln in tint I hall endeavor at all
Um'.n to iceiittlielrcoiifJiIeuee inn! to mako
it to their Interot to give to me the patron
au 1 oW.
I have Jitt relumed lr.iin.St. Louis, where
I purchased a lull nn 1 coinplsto stock of
Dry; Uoed-, Hoots, Shoes, Heady Mado
Clotblrg, Not'ons etc., which Is now open
anil fcr ule ut mj florc. All I n'k ls th.it
you call and examine good! and prices.'
3-fi-if. Sa.MUKI. I'MJIlM.
!ioreil liy a 1'im,
Yesterday tifteniooii Mrs. Ohio's lltll
child, about four years of age, was play
buz ol the eilirn of the .sidewalk on the
levee, near Fourth street, when 11 yonu,
.-hurt horned cow, walking pat, gored It
In the lace, raMuglt oil its leet, ami a. It
fell to the ''round, was about to attack It
A Sir w Nlyle. .i., ...i,.,',, ,.i,,i-.i in-in eon to Its as-
H. Work, boot nd shocnuikcT 0.1 Klghlh , penetrated
' . : ' . ... m.en 1 imot uliout an Inch mid a unai'lcr long. '1 he
. ' . ii!"" ;. ' '.,,., nmfnri. . annot be I little thing wm iiea.ly frightened out of
..i.,...n.i nn-. i.im a call and examine ' Its wits, and sullered greatly Irom the
this new ktyle o( lat. CI-t-13-lm.
I.mllen' FuruUliliiK More.
A ladles' furnishing store hisjbcen opened
In tho Theatre bulldlBg, and stocked with
lull line ofcverytliiiig pertaining t' ladles
wear ready-mads dresses, underwear,
etc-all of the latest styles "id will bo sold
at lower llgurca than over before oflcred In
Cairo. Tlieso goodi were purchased in
Xevv York, ure of the best material, nml
will bo sold very reasonable. Also Milli
nery goods of all kinds UO-4-UO-lni.
, wound, but bore tho pain and submitted
to the divs-lng of the wound like a little
I'or Stile or i:xclniiiuc on Iteatoitiitile
Must be disposed of right away, on ue
count of removal. The contents ol a gro
cery store, conMlug ot a small stock ot
goods and everything elso necessary for I lie
like, Imiulro ol Mrs. John Clarke, corner
ot Third street and Commercial avenue.
Come to thu
wiiii i: a- inti'.mt'i old sv.sxn.
ok ! IIKM 1 lOB 1 1
On nml after ilimo 1st, 1S7., nil dogs run
ulna at lante, on width tax has not been
paid will h dlspos.nl of. Call at the City
Clerk's olllee, and pay tax.
D-S-td. Wm. M. Wii.m.vms,
The dwelling house on Sorciith near
Walnut, now occupied by Capt. J. A,
Junes. Is tor rent. 'Ihe liomo lias irne
rooms and basoiiiont, good cistern and out
house, all in gffod order. A deslnble tcsl
dence. Apply at Ihe pojtolliee to
M-tf, OKO. W. McK'EAlil.
IlKHelliillit ot I'.i cry licserlplioii
PHIL 11. SALT'S.
Open every day ol the week.
I'lpi'i t'lirark I'olinei n
Frod Telehiuan, at his cigar and tobajco
ttore on Li.htli -trcet, ha- ju-t received a
luge and complete assortment of pipe', etc.
nn J a Lugo stock of the bet brands ol smo
king and chewing tob.iico. 1'. T.'s stand
ard cigar always on hand, (ilve 1'lui a cjII.
At'KOILV Kl'CK llFFK at l.ouir
One opon and one top biiftTi with liar
ness ; one seven octave pi mo. nearly new
one Falrlunk ssalc,:i'liov.-caes,5 founters
and shclviii',', one 1 1 ill's KoifJlo CombUa
(Inn s:i(e. with ImrL-l ir lux. I will oiler at
nneHoti. i-ommonolng this Saturday
iituht. Mav Hth. "d contlnilo Uit
ring tlie next week, every night,
thoeutlro .dock of Hest''. 10(!N "ry
Hoods, Notion', vte. now in my store.
! t.-,l. I.OUIS 11. JIVlillS,
The KliilcMinitliirNi'linul oil venlliMI
Th.. wtm-ontLOlltll AllOllal COIlVCIltlOlt Of
the State Sutdav School Association ot llli
nols will ba l.cld la the City of Alton, Tuer-
.t.iv. Winiiwad.1T and Thursday, May 23th,
2fith and 27th, 1573, toimneiielng Tuesdiy,
at 10 a. in,
.Northern 2i5e; 10 tubs Xortheru 220.
The market I. active and ivcelpt are
all taken on anival. I he supply (all
short of tlie demand. Sale- were 10
case, sbippor- count l!lc; i!00 dozen
llljc; ,VXi do.en We ; 000 doeu I2
lieeelpts all llnd ready -ale- ou at lival.
A lew coop? ot choice hens sold at 1 1 but
$:i 73;is about outside quotation. Sales
were 2 coops choice hens. $:i 73 ; 2"coop
holce mixed, ?H 30; II coop choice
liens ; H C coops choleo mixed, ?:) 30 ; 0
coop- choice hens, 73.
The mat ket is bare and tliete is con-
ideralile Inquiry for eliolce. Ilinlpls
would lined ready Mile.
OIIANOF.S AXD LL-MOXS.
Steady and unchanged. Wo note sale
of 10 boxes orange, Jr 3; 10 boxeilciinin',
There are none In market, and consid
erable Inquiry. Keivipt would -ell read
dim Fi-k, I'-iditcah ; Cha. .Morgan
and Arlington, from Cincinnati ; Siisi"
Silver, Pltt-burg: Capitol City, City or
Chc-ter. II. C. Yaeger, from St. Louis;
Hubert .Mitchell, City ol Alton, Xevv Or
leans. tiivmt, wi:vrni:i: .vsn tifsiNK.ss.
The river last evening wa :il ieet, 7
1-3 Inches ou the gauge, having (alien
2 1-3 Inches durili'' the nrevlou
hours. The river are falling at Nash
ville, F.vansvllle, Pittsburg and St. Louis-,
but il-Ing at Lonl-vllle and Cincinnati.
Tlie weather is clear and hot again.
Tlie ,-tonn of Sunday morning wa pret
ty general north of us and buildings
were burned by lightning at F.vansvllle
and several other eitle. The wind was
tn benvv .nt f 'iiiiiiiicrcu as to li.'lt't two 0
Inch haw-er (or the llelle .Memphis.
Hall stones fell at Calldonia of i such
weight a to cut ltol through the cauva
on tlie hurricane deck of the Idlewlld.
Xo improvement in biislnc-s.
The (iarrett had a tow ot Iron ore.
The Alf. Stevens lias a good trip tor
the Obion river.
The ('has Ilrown returned witii coal
to St. Louis.
The Shlrloek had a very fair trip for
die Ohio river.
The Fvaiivllle packet brought out
light cargoes, owing partly loathe bad
rpvvard bound Anchor line packets
had very slim cargoes, but thos outward
bound were well laden.
The Cherokee and llelle Shreveport
were deeply laden (or New Orlean.
The Shreveport did not land hero.
The parly of 30or 00 gentlemen fiom
till city, wlio made theexeur-ion trip ou
the Schooner Wave on Sunday afternoon
are ollerltig a reward for tlie bodies ot the
per.-ons who wrote "A Life on the Ocean
Wave," and "Oh '. C.lve Me a Home by
Among the p.i,-eiigers on Ihe i-tenin-i-hlp
Schiller, wrecked oll'Scllly l-'le, In
the lirillsh Channel, were about 'M people
from Highland, Illinois, and It is up-
posed that Ik'jIiIcs Mr. John Supplnger,
wife and three children, and Michael
Hevelmaii, were, al.-o, Hon. Henry
Welnhelnier, a member of the 111 Illinois
Oeneral As-.-embly, and family.
The following civil right- dccl-lou I-
I'roni the Vickburg Herald: "A short
time ago a negro woman went on board
the Anchor Lino -teatner Capitol Clly. at
Uieeuville, Mi-'lsppl, and demanded
cabin passage. Tho eleik. .Mr. Deltrleh,
as-lgned her to a -tato room specially
provided lor colored passen
ger-, but the arl-tocratic laoy
in-Utcd upon being slowed away
imong the while people, and upon the
refusal of the clerk to comply witii tier
demand--, she oaunl him to bo arrested
under the civil rights bill. Tim trial was
had a tew days ago bolero V. S. Coniinl--
ninner W. H. Iloltou, at Oreenvllle, who
decided that the law had not been vio
lated, and that the olllcei s of the steam
boat had a period right to dlsposo ol and
locate their passenger- ns they thought
Notice Is hereby given to r.ll partleslnter
cited, that atler ths 20th lii't., the ordi
nances In relation to obstructing sidewalk",
throwing llllh, broken jbss or other rub
bish into the street, br ox posing tlit-lr
wares or merchandise in such u manner,
upon awning, as to obstruct the free pas
ni'.'eol pel sons, on or off the sidewalk, will
be rigidly enforced. W. M. Wilmajm,
3 --M. City Marshal
V. M Al'X, 7 Ohio Levee, Is now tak
ing order. for tli'!tiewstyleof Silk Hat,
ill the rage at the F.a-t, known a
"Fifth Avenue," and
His Couiorinlture enables him to taku
ordersaud make perfect Ills enables him
to make hats to order that will conform
perfectly to the head of the wearer. Call
upon M AHX, and have your head meas
ured for a hat. 5-2-2vv
llnrneoi nml Niulille.
A lull and complete stock ol line ami com
mon buggy harness i-loglo or double, at
sr. Louis I'iiie-i:., at thu cow shop next
door to The itre 101 Commercial avenue.
&-7-U-.V. L. D. Akin & Co.
Cileo mill M. I.iiiiIh Kiillrontt.
On and after May Mu tho Passenger
Train on this road w 111 leave from tho cor
ner ol Commercial avuuuo mid second
street at 7:13 n. m. The train will always
stop at tlio pfatforai of the Freight House,
foot of Fourth street near tho Mississippi
levee, u hern passengers con oMiiln tickets
to SI. l.ouis and all Inteiuudlato points.
C'.vlllo, May 4, 173,
3-ti-Jw. John I ociut r, Agent.
Ihe Still IleUolile
I hereby iiniiouiici) to the public that I
am better prcp'ired thau ever to aeomnio
date my iialrons at tlu ('sntral lintel, on
Sixth street, betweou Couimeielil and
Washington avenue. I havo taken a part-
nn In tlm hotel liinlnes. Mrs. Appliluin.
who has hid considerable experience in
that lino, and will not full ti mako guests
ftwi m imniP. ' ' iu tub e w II always no
"VV'aii tli.i'Aiiii r, IIIvkb lli.rour, (
AI.it I". IHW- V
sr.lT.OXs. U'".... CIIANOK.
i r is, j r
(.'Im-liiiiatl I? ,' " '
Uml.llle 7 I"
N.livllli- , , .
M. liuU '1 l' I 3
'i'lio lamlly reddenco of Mr. Aubrey,, on
Hollirook avenue andTwouty-secoiid itrcet
is offered (or talo. Tho grounds consist of
four lots, with line liuit trees and n variety
of i-iii ill Iruits mid Mirnbhcry. Tho hoiisu
contains nine rooms, atitc and cellar, nil hi
good order. 'Ihe location and sUu of tho
glouuds make them very de-iriblo tor the
eartj lug on of a llo er garden, for which
purpoie they are admirably arranged. Thu
place will ba sold on rcuoiuMo terms
which will be made known ou application
to Mr-. Aubrey at the residence. ,V.Vlw.
The original Auicrlein Tea Company, of
Xew York, of which Kobt. Weill Is Prcsl.
dent, was est ibll-hud In 181'), and tinea
that time his been ttcadily gaining In favor
not only lu tho city of New York, but all
overth cour.tr), until now It teas reach
every section. Tho lending press ol the
elly and ni'hundreds ofplaee in th) coun
try Invo cndora'jd It as perfectly tcllsble,
and parties wishing excellent teas nt lo.v
prices, can Willi perfect eontldcuco ssnd
to this company for tlicui. Their teas aro
put up In one pound pickaxes with the
kind and prlco print jd on the wrajqicrs ;
also, In boxes containing 3, 10, 20 and 3'J
poriids They raugo In price from 10 cont
to fl 3) per poiiod. Our morchmts cm
luve sample) uciiled to their address b;
cucloslug 10 cents for each sample. Tho
company wish reliable agenU In every fjvvn
to get up clubs amongst families for their
teas nd oiler great laducoincuts. Send
lor our circular. Addreis always, ItoM
Wei's, Pres't, No. 41 Ve.ey St., New
CorifCleil Dally by 1!. At Sle-irns, comnilMlon
iiu-ri-lunt, aivittury ut the Cairo Heard ot
flour, ncconllng to gnidf W 50(56 "S
(S) 1 3 IU
... . .. f,..i. iu
F.ach county intue niaie. .:e.-,n ..B, .s t .,. ,.,,, ,.Iord
. . ii ins " in numticr irom r-n i'm." -
enuueu in nn '' ,....i...i. ....l-iinl.ln iiMimer
MUrVPIl llll Ill 1IIU lll'f. iiiih-. -
Ilmii-il and lode Itl HIT Week'. 1 W smgio
.......id m... m bo bid at all hours. I liuvu
Iia iii eimnoetlon with my hole', n rt
,-i ..j imrliu.' shop, nnd am prepared to give
customer- n good shave, Hair-cut, suampoo-
in", etc. I will run three elitr, ami nave
employed toiisotlal artists wuo uniteriianu
tholr business. Siuviug, iu ceius -, sii.e
poolng, -0 cents i and lisir culling, -i cuius,
(live mu a ,n'l ' Vnov- ', ,U,,;I"
Cook eountv Is not llmuc". I'r"'
gramme will bo published won, and for-
warded to tlie cJlinty Scerci men. nw in-
ratiL'nnii.nt lor Iho convention glvo prom.
l.n ofn mo.l nralltablo and pleasant fuisian.
I'niiniv s,.pr..t:ir es itru rcqucsieu 10 navo
tills notice publldied In the county papers.
It. I-', .lACOllS,
Chairman of the Kxocuttve Committee.
Mrs. I lonmird offers her crv tees as a sick
1 ii i.i... I.
nurse, (jhu ts cxpericiiceu in mi
nur.liig. Vubllc liatior.nge rcspeetluiiy so
lieltmi. I.oavo onlors ou Cedar Urout, be-
I tvvcen Twenty-'ihlrd and T wonty-i ourui
slrcuts, lu tlio I'ortcr llouso. a-s-iiu
v.-ii Vnrk Nlnlo.
in.i in. anil for sale by the Now York
Store 3W bushels ol choice Xew York State
f.l. Itlnw 1ntnlnia. for seen auu 1UI
A (HUH . ' " " ' - I
Mr.. Mouairat, one of tlio most ac
ouipllslied lady miislelans lu .Southern
Illinois, will, during tliosumiucriuouths,
teaeli pupils ol thl city, niiisio tor tne
very low price of leu Hollars per term.
Mrs. Mou-arrat has for years past taught
'heart of inii-io In several ot tho most
uoteil acudemlc; of Memphis, tmd ha?
gained by her thorough knowlcd"'- of the
art a most enviable reputation. Parents
who have children whom they would
havo tiecoino completely versed lu music,
will do well to place them under tho eare
of this lady. M-H.
l or Hale.
Hnglno and Holler; also Saw -Mill llx
Hires, If wnnted. For particulars enquire
of 0. It. Woodward. n-I-Im
Corn, lulled, inkvl......
Corn, vslille, sacLed
(lata, uilxisl -
Ilrun, per ton -
Mntl, atcilil illlnl
lllltter, lliuite .Siitllit-rn i.irkrl . .
nutter, Choi' e houtlirn 111 ui-lnl..
KjSK'. I'trdoiei -
Chickens, per iturn.
'1 tirkcyt, per dim-n..- -. - -
AitUs. choice, per lurrel......
Alllilel. Collimoil. ieruiiii--i .
Pi.Utoi-S Ir ourrt-1
Ulll'JtK. lr unrii
VrOTtOi: U heiTliy KlTrnthat In neeonltnf
TS with Ihe miulreinrnla of Secllon ., ofau
uot cntllleil ".Mi Act to ileolaie tuiJ eoiwtlluu
tliuSUiti-olTllliiuU solo lru.!M uf lhat ,"Jrtlon
of tlicUti.-'.t lvil, iisatsxst nnd colUcll
lurthoeir l7:l, lu excess of thenfofi ud
to tiroildeeicltulv irinctll fur the coiuplete
uluudluijor tlifsilnelo the tax-payer of tlm
itate vslioluvo uld .ncli c-s. aud for tMm
iirolrctlea uf Hit- ux-n.iyirseatllled UireU, U1
of couiitlM and ll oOhv-ri or ion connaeUd
...i.i. .i.u..r.ii..n,i.ui .-it.f.ulviiriisiuiriilthrror.1'
I will refiiiid tu sscU iht.ou or corporutlon tU
alilblllil uy Iiiinorii jmw nii w .IZMlil
un I hi- liraicutatlOD of hlof It tux nUKt
ili vrar. coviriu tlm same.
J CU.VS CUSSINUV