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Ait A IMS I.OUUK, .NO. 41.
L..I..U. - t li.ik l . i . - . . . L.-1 .
niliiuu Ml ) uiuv,, uicTfci Tin; -.,
day nlghl at iudf-t sn, in Odd-'
reUoiT' Hull. U K. Slack,
(.hanrellur Commander. ,
ALKXANIIKK UIMK. SO .tit.
;aStJHfcfc Independent tlrUrt of Odd-IVI-9BHPlows,
mU atery Thursday nUM
RHP athalf-iteo, ""If lull on
Commercial ast-tnie, between "ltli and Seventh
treels Joirx II UuttUlM, O,
CIAIUO KNCAMFMENT, I O. O. r'..rut
In IM.l-rellowa' I lull oil the drat and third
Ium Lij Id emy month, at UAlfpl servo
l It .n.im, O. r.
A 4. AlltO I.UIHiK. X(. U7,A.r'. A A. M.
Hold regular communications in Ma
X aoulc Hill, corner Commercial avenue
' x and Klglitb utrni, on the second aud
..uitli Xlundav uf each uv.nlli
Mr I'. FitGerald hat Just rec-dved and
Sas on tide at tl sales room a large stock
if English ale, porter, Henney brandy
end wine, and Ihjuor of all kluds, w Jilcli
tie will dispose of t reasonable prices.
MAllX, "3 Ohio Levee, lias the latest
styles lu SMUTS "Th Favorite," and
several other styl- of the bet In the
country excellent In make and superior
In materls.. MAHX M the onlydealer lu
Hie city who ha the-e style, ami male s
hit figures conform to the lowest prices
Xotlrr of Removal.
'I be. well-known barbr shop, corner
Cighth ami Curnmcrcial, presided ovir hy
the popular artist, George e'ttlnbouse, bu
removed on door north cm Couimirclat, In
Jit Grand Central Hotel. The nw ho. la
argc and roimnsdlou", and tbo- wNtiinir
lor anything artistic in the way of fa-hton-able
hair cutting, smooth "hatca, etc., will
to will to call at the Grand Central Barber
ihop. 71 S-13-tf.
Ha land f.T". !(r.
landlords ot hotels and lio.irdlnj bou.e
vslll tlndlt lo their sdvaMr,'o to rail upon
lrs. Coleman, l.aundri, No 12 Fourth
street, betwen Washington and Couimer
rial avenue. Hotel nnd li'urdlii.hriiKc
washing, 75 ccntaj'er dozen. For piece work
prite are an follows: jingle ihlrt and col
lar, 10c; per do.eii ?0c; eoekt ftc; two ml
Itr, Jc; two handkerchiefs, 5c; vent 2nc;
and all gentlemen's wear, Wc. pr
dozen. Ladle' drese, a3 to .V)e;
skirts 1J to 20c; drawer 10 to lie; two
pair hVe 5c; two collars 5 to lfc. Kor la
lit"' plain clothes $1 (V) per dojen; lor la
dle tlno clothe', fl 55 per dozen; donf
drsinptly, anil prompts delivered. I'a
Twllor Wttajon rnr hmlr.
A new wagon lor a1o at a bargain.
.ly Jt the Bcllktin coutitlni;-room.
an tur nii.
Dr. Se'h AmoM'a Coujh KHlHr-the
Hteat eradicttor lor a I luti di-er a u
perior remedy to all other medlelnt-s yet
dlaeovered, In eevert cve. It U urc.
quick, and perfectly afe remedy lor
couglin, co!d, wri' tlnot, UooplnpcoUj;!i
:roup,and all dUeac of the throat and
lUDjf". Hetail pries, !5 and M ccuta ndl.
Any ti-illl. that do nnl tir relief n' hr
returned, and the money will be refunded.
Dr. Seth Arnold' DUrrhua llalaaui. and
'0 cuti. Keuiemlier It li warranted. Ar
nold' Hil loui Mandrake 1111-., opei-atlnv
without alckne.a and pain. Compour-dcd
by Dr. Sc tb Arnold' Medical Corpor.nl c, I
Woon0fket. It. I. -fold by l'aul tS.trhuh,
dru?!.!, Cairo. III. M-l-SS 1 u.
A rw Nlyle.
11. lilorV, Ijoot and ihoemaker, on Kliflitli
atreet, between Wahlnpron ir.d (,'oiumer
clal avenuea, haajunl received a new tyle
ot laat. and is now preparinl to maVe a boot
that, for neatncM and comfort, cannot be
excelled. Give ultn a call and examln ;
LmIU' FaraUblUK hitv. '
A ladles' furniahlnz tore habeeu opt cod
lu tho Theatre building, and atoeked with
a lull Hoe of every tiling pe rlali'iiu? to ladiea'
wear ready-mad dre'ea, tuderwear,
t.tc. all of tbe latPft stylet, and will bcold
at lower tigurea than ever before o tiered iti
Cairo. These Roods were purchased In
New York, are of tbe bet material, and
Yi 111 be aold very reanon.iblr. Also Milli
nery (rood of: all kind'i. ikM-30-lin.
The original American Tea Company, of
New York, of which ltobt. Weill is Presi
dent, was est iblNhed In 1SI0, and lnce
that time has been steadily galnlui; lu Invor
not only in tbe clly of New York, hut all
over the country, until now Us teas rcarh
every section. The leadln; prcm ol the
:lty aud of hundred, of places In tb coun
try have endorsed It a perfectly reliable,
and partie wirhlni; excellent teas at low
prices, can with perfect confldence .end
to this company for them. Their teas are
put up In one pound packages, with the
kind and p ice print id on the wrappers;
also, in boxes c-ut lining .", 10, SO and 5J
poi nda. They ratine In price from 10 ccnta
tori") per poind. Our merchants can
have aainp'ca mailed to their addreai by
enclosing 10 cent for eash Minple. The
company wish reliable Agents In every town
to nfi up club, ainongit families lor their
ti.ii, aid otrer !,'reiU luluceineuts. .Send
lor our circular. AUdrtv nlway-. ltobt.
Wei f, l'rea't. No. tt Ve-ey t., New
The Nfalc Nniidn) Nelionl roii.eiillon.
The Seventeenth Annual Convention of
the State Sunday School AaiuchVloii ot Illi
nois will be held la the City of Alton, lues
day, Wednwday and Thursdiy, May i.Mh,
JUtb annTsTJth, IMS, iowiiieii''inj Tiled sy,
at 10 i. m.
Kai-h county In tbe State, except Cook, la
entitled to l;u delegates. Tbe number Irom
Cook county is not limited. The pro-1
gramme will bo published aoon, and for
warded to fie county rtocreturlei. The ar
rangements lor the convention jfise prom
Up of a mod profitable and pleasant let ton.
County Seeretariea are requested to have
ml notice published In the county piper.
II. F. Jacoiii,
Chairman of the Kxeculve Commltiee.
i isiras nna Nt. I.unlst Kallroiut.
in mill auer .siay iuc l aueiixer
Train on this ,d will leave from the cor-1
ner ol Commercial aveuiu aud Second
.tre.tat7il5a.nl. Thctr.lu will alwaya
slop at tbe platform ot the Freight House,
foot or Fourth atreet near the MlsslBilppI
levee, where paiscDgera can obtain tlckew
to Hi. Loutt and all luteimedlate pjlnls.
Caio, May t, i87.
M-' John FcotiT, Agont.
a( be lulltin.
fjATL'KDAV. MAV 15, 1875.
' i i
tMrml Htalhrr Hrport.
Cttao. III., Ma; II
Tiva. I! Alt. ITita. Wl.it. Vtu MViatinut
7u ro. TilTu'Hr' ' H, I I (ToLr
II" 5','W' IVi, Vf. t Clur
l m. 30, UM j ei' t ' Clear.
llldMAS JUNKS, HtTgl.h.H..V b. A.
Alexander county circuit court com
mence on next .MomLiy.
Hou't forxct that Mr. I). 1,. Dnvh, of
fie Snn, will Ipctitrf nt Lllx-rnl Itrllslom
Hall on Sunday pvt'iilng next. The atl
lrc will no doubt lx? an Inteiextlny and
Mr. Henry EckenbtirK. who vcnt u
St. I.ouU a few days ajo on biiturt, re
turned to Clro on Thursday cenlii.
Col. Taylor, who for th nnt f-w
dayii lias Ixn at St. l.ouls, looking after
tliH lnti a-ils of thf CulroA St. l.ouls nar
row finujfn rallroml, rctiirmtl to t.'alro
Mt'v your line ?ho" of O. Haythoriif
Oi-nlh- fierould fur the pa-t few day
lia hail a fsMii of laborer at work on
tli" vailou iiri'U ot this city. nKilritijr
lli MrtTt y.is iii.ilu- of the Calm t'lty
a company, and othcrwiw iiitllii ili
f:: llxtiirc in zwxi riiuiiiu onb r.
'I'll general ueuibly !' tin-Ciimliir-laud
I'n.byteri.in cliurch inwta at .Tt-rt-
rxjii, TfMi-. on the Mthof till, inonili.
I'ound trip lickt tscin In- lud at the
ticket nlllce of the St. I.oiiN, lrn Moun
tain Soilthcrti mil way. 'iI iiiilll .tunc
Will, at J..
.otlrr lo ftf laatrnn.
On account nf fti-kiic anion;
t'x;k', I will diroiitluue ruiiliin;
milk wagon nn r the loth, until
time k I think It will l-doinir julloe to
my natron-. Anv one holdim? milk
tickfti will call nt mv olHiS anil I will r. . I
Ih-Iii thcui. (it.o. "H I'M,
At the iiic tlnj.' held by tbe Itouijli and
Heady Kliu eomiuns on Tiiiir-iLiy i:i-n-liiff.
lor th- pnriov; ot 'ttlinj: the iue.s
tiou as to whether tlicy liould rent their
hall to the city for a council chamtwr,
the menibera by a large majority were
opjioil to the renting of the hall, and
the chamber therefore will tviiwln where
it I-, lor a while at lca-t.
Cottage or two tory, with good accom
modations. Aildre-;-. or apply to I. K.
llenuett, Howe ."jewing M.vdiinc Otllec.
Mr. John Ghtdiu-y. ol thN city, who
went to ISloomiii'tou a lew days ago, lor
the purpo.e of attending a convention of
the African Metho i,t ;picop d church,
held to elect deleatei to attend the next
conference, wa clio-en as a (Metrate.
The coufep-nee will le held in the city of
Atlanta, (ieoria, eoiiiutencln m the
llrt d.'iv of Mnv next.
We are informed that .Mr. Peter Neil
lia- -iguiiied hi- intention to build, aoine
time dining the present summer, a two
tory brick building on the vacant lot ad
joining the building occupied by Stewart
A: Giiolsou, dry goods merchants, on
Eighth street. Th" structure will lie
made to correspond with that occupied
by the above named gentlemen.
Okxilksikn, buy your Summer under
wear of 0. Havthorne A- Co.
.Vow l the Time.
It N always the right time to do a good
art, and every man witii a family should
regard himself short oflils tlutyuntllhl.
home is endowed with a Wilson Shuttle
Sew ing .Machine. I.et It be imder-tood
that this admirable machine captured the
Trize medal and Diploma of Honor, at
the Vienna Imposition in IS7U, and has
everywhere demonstrated Its superiority
over all other machines. Machines will
be delivered at any railroad station in tliis
county, I rets of transportation charges, If
ordered through the company'-; branch
house at x)10 North Fourth tiv t, St.
Louis, Missouri. They send an elegant
catalogue and chromo circular free on ap
plication. This company want a few
more good agents.
Tin; ventilated hat sold by 0. Hay
thorn A- C. are Just the thing for Sum
mer. nirt Folk' C'inrert
The member of the MethodUt church,
we arc told, are making preparation for
an "Old Folk Concert," but tho time
and place selected for the event have not
up to this time been decided
The affair, as wo understand, Is to be
made a very attractive one, and will be
carried through by the. ladle, who Kiem
to have been afflicted with a mania for
amusement of this description during
tho past winter.
Our rtneet musicians, wc are told, will
all ho Invited to render a helping hand
on the occasion, and it Is to be Me musi
cal event of the season.
Okt the lest ! The "Star" shlH is the
le-t shirt in exlicucc. Sold only hy O,
Tlaythorne & Jo. 140-6-1'lt.
Hewisret 1 1
III order to guard against the spread of
. ,..,.,u ..,.
" -waiu.iy Sug
lmt,B P"ons who have not atreidy
been.vaeclnate.l, and are pecuniarily able.
,0 ,,0i ,0 "cdnnted ai once ; those
' wno ap,s ,,ot 0,1,0 lo P" tv tlm saiuo to
' W Iminetllatcly on the city clerk, nnd
1 procuc vaccination tlekeU, entitling tho
l holder to freTftcclnatlon.
H. WtKir.n, Mnyor.
.1 Nnrrnss llaeape. I
Yesterday inoriiln. about II oVIocl;, '
as MossM. ilacklc A Co's ti-am.ter w I
proceeding ilowii IJoininen-ial awnno '
willi n load ot llour, and a iuiiiilK-r of
srnkn of hrnn pitiil up on the barrels,
fjijioii the top of which h w as sitting),
the how, in crosiiu one of the innum
erable ruts, near the corner of Seventh
street, duiniM.il out the 'acks of bran, cur
rying the driver with them. He wan
prtx'lpitateil ,to the mound, a dUlanci-of
eight nrtcn feet, hut fortunately e;eaped
Kes. Ilr.roule'v AdUrea.
On to-morrow mornlnjf we will pub
lish in the lift n:n.v the addrcs deliv
ered hy' the He. lr. Koote W-fore the
Knight ' Templar of this city, lu the Kpis
eojial chinch, on Ascf.-ii'lou Pay. Per
ions deiring extra copie eontnlnlng the
address, which is pronoiino.il one of the
finest efforts ever ii'-atd In Cairo, wll
plea?e H-ud onlers to thl ollio by six
o'clock this .veiilng,
CailrtaiaaHBl at twe Mlla I
Th" scholar- belonging in MUs Liv
ingston'" room, yestenlay afternoon gave
an ('Utertaiuinent in the High school
room, which drew a large and appre
ciative iiuiiiIkt of the Iricnds of educa
tion, who were highly pleaed with the
crclie. It our space was, not o lim
ited we would mention In detail iomo of
the exercise, w hich were ically excel
lent. Sufllce It to say that the scholars
did remarkably well, nml reflect much
credit on their leuchir". Mi" I.lvinif.ton,
who mtit have labored lurd to dcooiii
pliih the end attained.
Mi:. Km tm:: The young ladles, un
der who-c iiii.ilevi) the picnic, for the
Ix nelit ol the.Si-.ter'jon.outtown given,
on VwInenl.iy la-t. lie-in' in till- juiblie
manner to expn their profound "rati
tilde to Me-r. Adolph Swolola, A.Mv-Ing-,
Kdward aud William IXv.onla, for
the excellent liiu-lc lurnl'hi.il by them on
this occa-iou. They al-o de-in' to ac
knowleilge their many obligations to
Me-rr. .lo-ejih I.nfkin-'. I. .1. Foley and
many others, fur diver favor eoiifernl
"ii that day.
COMMIUUK - AltKA.M.rtMKM.
Th- Alexander County Shooting Club.
yeMerday anenifw.n. had n little .port
all to Ihcni-cUv-. They purehasel Uvo
down pigeon', and gathered at Thirty
tourth -trect to try their hand, to tee
who wai the ln;t hor. Kacli man wa
alloweil i.x binl-. Tlic followin? i?
.lani'.- Garland 1 1111 1 ti
Pat r'tigerald 0 0 0 0 (I 0-0
James Clonen 1 0 011 11
r. S. Kenu 1 11110-5
Charle- Turupji, Jr. 1 0 110 11
Charles Tlinipp, sr. 0 0 0 0 0 00
Koberr Smith l l l o 0-1
The P.iducali Dally AVri'say ; -At a
meeting held to-d.iy of the" lollowing
line.-of trau-poriatlon, vU: The New
Orleans St. Ltmis aud Chicago, tbe P
ducah and Memphis, thi Illinois Central,
the Calm and Viiiceiine.. the Loul-sillc.
Padiicah and Southwestern railroads and
tho Kvan'vllle and Cairo Packet com
pany, Mr. K. P. Wilson, ol the L., V. ,v
S. W. road was appointed Chsirnian, and
C. II. Phillip, of the C. A V. road, was
appointed Secretary. The business tran
actetl ot nuut importance to Padiicahlans
was the failure to decide upon rates from
Paducah to the East, the parties not
Itllle (I il ii
A Mound City exchange tells us that
Squire John W. Carter has superintended
the shipment of the iliree 7 Inch bore
rifle guns which have graced the Mound
li the Navy Yard as Hellc. of tho "Late
unplea-antuess." aud destroyed while in
the service of the Reb." They are the
Lady Jeff. Davis bursted in the breech
at Fort Pillrfw ; Iuly Polk, bursted In
the breech at Columbus; and a Brook's
Kill.: bunted at Island Xo. 10. during
the terrible cannonade on Commodore
Foote's tleet. They will go by way of the
I. C. It. It. to the Sisters Convent at
Notre Dame, Ind. It U a shame that
they are not permanently placed In our
National Ce meterv.
A lew days ago a German tailor of this
city called upon Officer Sluehaii. aud
Inquired ot him whether he knew of a
woman named , living in this city.
The ollker told him lie did, ami asked
him what, was "up." The tailor then
went on to explain that about two weeks
ago the lady In quclon came to hiscMab
llslunent on Commercial avenue while he
was out hi town attending to bii-luess,
and asked hi wife fur .ewing, aylng
that she was In a state of dctitiitiomand
had neither money or bread. Tho tailor's
wife, feeling as If she should do soine
thhig for tho sufferer, gave her three tine
white, slilrts to make, and was tearfully
thanked hy the supposed destitute crea
turn for her kindness. The woman then
left tho lioitK' with tho material, saying
that the would, return tlicni lu a day or
two, but up to this time nothing has "been
heart! or seen of her or the aiilrrtielther,
and the tailor has become anxlouV about
the nutter, not feeling dlpoctl lo be
beat out of his hartl-cnmul mean in that
kind of a -lyle by anv one.
Ntlll III III t'lelil.
Mr. Phil 11. Saup wl.hcs t amnucce to
his Ir.'eiids ami tbe pttblla generally, that
he has lately rlltod up, In excellent style,
hit commodloua and comfort ible pulors on
Tahlnj(ton avenue, naar Eighth street, ft r
the entertainment of tate ol our eitiuns
and tho re-t of mankind who Indulge In
ice cream, oda water, confectioneries, Aj.,
and that he i preptrad to IiimiUIi to citi
zens of Cairo, it hoimi or, at hi, p.irlore,
anj lhliij? In his line, Phil. Is well knowu
to otircltUciis, and as his rooms are very
pleasantly fitted up, and as ho can alyvaji
be found at bis post, diy or nlyht, to look
alter jbe welfare of ha ei)tt)a)r; we be
apeak for hi a that custom which Ins enter
prlie merits. Ills Ice cream and leinoiudn
are delicious, his toM water It not equalled
by ear la the city,' and at far at confection
erlct aroomcorned, It eannit he donltd
that bit itocT Is at wa tbe bet t In th" cjtr.
We art Informed that tho Calro-Pa-ilucali
.pclllng match has fallen through.
Mr. It. P. Parker has moved Into hit
new and beautiful residence on Thir
The hot nun of yeterday brought
umbrellas Into us", and coats were laid
ilciifner will treat his iriends with
some splendid turtle oup. to-morrow
The hotel? of this city are. dolug a
very fair busfftes4, considering the dull
nes In every other branch of trade.
Tbe boys amuse themselves now-.i-day
iu fishing for eels lu the Ohio river.
They seem to be plentiful In that stream.
The bae ball players of Cairo will
hold a meeting some time next week, for
the purpose of organizing a club to go to
Every street In the city ot Cairo hat
become almost a nuisance, aud iome
tblng Miouldbe (lone In the way ol repairs
The -hooting match tiear Thirty
fourth tre t, yesterday afternoon, was a
.source of much amusement to all the
members of the club.
The young folks of Mound City will
enjoy a social hop at Stokes' hall soon.
Preparations for tbe event are now be
It Is said that another wedding will
toou take place in Cairo. Doth the bride
and groom are residents of Cairo, and
nre widely known.
A ttoek of turkey buzzards spent a
couple of hour- yesterday mornlug In
nicking irras on the commons In the
upper part of town.
A Carbondale man brought a large
number of chickens to Cairo yc.-tcnlay by
rail, lor rehlpment by steamer to the
New Oilcans marki t.
The Turners will have a picnic at
Fort Jefferson one week from nexf Sun
day, for which they are making exten
There l nothing out of the usual
lint of butin s traii'aetion going on In
Cairo at preetit, and local news for ncw
paperi I extremely acarce.
City Clork A.xley ha only been asked
for two vaccination tickets 4ncc the
mayor gave notice to thecltiensot Cairo
iu regard to being vaccinated.
We understand that a meeting of
ciliciis will be called within a few day,
for the purpose of considering the matter
in regard to a big Fourth of July celebra
tion in Cairo.
We are told that the price of ice dur
ing the coming mminer will be greatly
reduced from that of last year. This, no
doubt, will be very pleasant new, to large
The MethodUt folk arc talking about
giving an "Old Folk' Concert," soon.
The Methodists are expert, iu matters of
this kind, and will no doubt make a suc-C.-aS
of the affair.
Jaeckel'e mocking bird attracts the
notice of every paer-by with his s.hrill
svlitntle, cat-calls etc. Ho Is said to be
the finest bird ol the kind In Calr, and
is prized very highly by liU owner.
The Mound City Mople have made
arrangements with the Cairo and VIn
ceunes Jtallroad Company for the trans
portation ot tlioc who may wih to visit
their city on decoration day, at considera
bly reduced rates.
The preparation for the picnic of
the pupils of the German school of this
city, to come oil' nt Schcel's hall on the
seventeenth of this mouth, are going on
steadily, and a good time I anticipated
by the children.
Small pox Is about on u tand still.
There have been no deaths nor any new
eaes reported, since the removal ol the
atlilcted ones to the pest-houe, and the
people have again begun to breathe with
out fear of swallowing the tout air.
We understand that an excursion
party, couiting of a number ot young
ladies and gentlemen, will take a trip to
Fort Jefferson on Monday next. This
will make tho third party that has gone
from this city to Fort Jefferson within
the past ten days.
Alfred and Dallk nridge., who have
been confined in the Alexander county
jail for some time past, nnd who were
taken from that place to Vienna, one
week ago last Thursday by Slicrilt Car
ter, for trial In the Johnson county cir
cuit court, were granted u change of
venue to Alexander conntv bv Judge
It has been remarked on several oc
casions, recently, that St. .Mary's I'.irk
should be converted Into a county fair
grounds. We presume this ha? grown
out of the fact that the place ha been al
lowed to lay in a neglected condition tor
several yeai'!i, and tlm parties who have
e.xpresed tills opinion, think it shameful
that such beautiful grounds should remain
Idle so long
Engine am! Boiler; alo Saw Mill fix
tures, if wanted. Forputlctilars enquire
of C. It. Woodward. M-lin
Havlns bought out the ttoie of Isidore
Ulliimn, on Was'iinston avenue, batween
Ninth and Tenth streets, 1 take this
method of Inforinlntf the publio ot the fact ;
also to aare tbtin that I thall endeavor at all
time to merit t'ticlrrontldeiice and to make
It to their Intend to give to me the patron
age I ask.
I have Jmt returned from St. Louis, where
I purchased a full and rouiplete stock ol
Dry' Good-, Hoots, Mioe, Heady Mailt
Clothing, .Notion, etc., which l now opei
anil Rr a!c at my store. All I akk la tha
) our til and e.nmluu goods and prices,
!Y.f,.:f, Sj.VMUKI, I'l.tMSW.
tlirry fcevrn Venra.
plijl7lo,jlHssy, the human body la en
tlrclr cuing"! and renewed. Every mo
msnt ot o-r live, every part of our bodlet
Is wcarln,'0iit and It belni; built up anew
of fresh mttU'r. This work Is aecomp'.lthed
by the blood which goes through every
part. Hut If tlm blood becomes weak or
vitlit?d, and doe not perform Iti work
propeily, tlie tystem il actually polsoue I
by the worn-out m titer clogging the vltul
organs Instead of leaving the body. For
dyspepsia, blltimsiie, kidney, akin and
liver tronule. lever, and all diaiasti aria
log Irom filiated blood, DR. Wtumi't
Cai.ifois.tm VtstOAn HnTKns are a sov
ereign rcmsdy. 3d l-d.tvMw.
Stesmer Jamea Flsk, Paducah.
" City of Helena, St. Louis.
" II. C. Veagcr, St. Loult.
Tow-boat K. M. Norton, St. Louis.
" Haven, St. Louis.
" Leopard, St. LouU.
" Joe Fleming, South.
Steamer James Flsk, Paducah.
" City of Helena, Vicksburg.
11. C Ytager, New Orlean-.
Tow-boat E. M. Norton, St. LouU.
" Chas. Brown, St. I.oul.
" Haven, Louisville.
" Leopard, South.
Petrel, St. LouU.
" Ironsides, Oram! Tower.
" Joe Fleming, St. LouI.
Jim Flsk, Paducah ; ldlevvlld, Kvans
vllle : llelle Memphis, St. Louis ; Indiana,
Iron Mountain, A. J. Baker, Louisville;
Cons. Millar. Mary Houston, Memphis ;
City Vlcksburg, Vlcksburg.
ntVKR, WCATHKK AND llt'SlNEAS.
The rlverlast cver.lng was30 feet 3 3-5
Inches on the gauge, having fallen 9 3-0
Inches during the previous 34 hours.
The river elsewhere, w ith the exception
of the Cumberland, are all tailing.
Weather clear and hot. Mercury
WXleg. at 1 p. m. yesterday.
The II. C. Yaeger was well laden,
and made no additions here.
The Commonwealth and the barge
Hue arc loading at St. Louis for New Or
leans. The Idlewlld leave- thl evening
upon her weekly excursion trip to Evaiu-villi.-.
The Gnat Hepublietook i:i,170 pack
ages of freight into New Orleans, and
di-eharged 9.000 way packages.
The Simpson Horner, with fourteen
noat- and eighteen barge and two fuel
boats of coal, ii.kv.m1 South yesterday.
The E. M. Norton return to St.
LouU with tlinv barges of alt, and the
Haven goes, with ore, Ac, to Louisville.
The Great Thompson Dean. Capt.
W. B. Miller, and the Nick Longworth,
Capt. Ben. Merrill., are coming from
The Ironsides has laid over here,
patching boilers. She will take her tow
to Grand Towcrand return for part ol
the tow being brought out of the Ohio by
the Iron Mountain. The latter has
some part of her machinery disabled and
will have to repair here.
Flic Evansville Courier has the fol
lowing. The ancient mariner referred
to Is our esteemed friend Capt. Ben. F.
Eagan : "Many long rears ago more,
perhaps, than you would like to own, or
car to remember Capt. Dorse Sniedley,
when a boy, lived at the Mouth of Smith-
laud. This staid old gentleman, when
life was, young, was the hero of in.'tnv
wild scrajws and moving adventures, by
both flood anil Held. Whenever he came
out second best in a light, or met with
any mishajie, the worthy iteople of this
old town would only My. 'Well, that's
good enough for Buzz !' This ifbriqutt
has been adopted by an ancient mariner,
who, under this nom d plume writes
ski-tehc. that ate gem iu marine litera
ture." Capt. Jw. B. End, whom the New
Orleans Times calls the "Jetty King,"
was the recipient of a met cordial wel
come by delegates representing the mer
chants and jieople, ou tits arrival at the
Crescent City. Tim speakers, Mr. Win. ('.
Raymond and Gen. Biisey,compllmeuted
Capt, Eads upon his energy in securing
a favorable action by Congress upon hi
Jetty enterprise, against such formidable
opposition ; promised him the co-opera-tlou
of the merchants aud people iu the
accomplishment, and expressed the hope
that he would drive It to completion at
tbe earliest moment possible, as thev were
satisfied that the great commercial want
of New Orleans and the whole Mississip
pi valley was the opening of a iiermauent
outlet to the gulf. Capt. Eads, In reply,
expressed the same opinions and said : "I
promise you that as sure as God gives- me
life, health nnd energy to be.tovv upon
the work, so sure before the celebration
of the centennial of our Independence
will your commerce be relieved of the
load which now oppresses It.
' ol Ire.
Notice is hereby slven to all parties Inter
ested, that after ths 20th lnt., tbe ordi
nances In relation to obstructing sidewalk.,
throwing filth, broken laat, or other rub
bish into tho streets, ur exposing their
wares or merchandise In such a manner,
upon awnings, as to obstruct the free pas
sage ol peisona, onor oiftbe tlduwulk, will
be rigidly enforced, W. M. William,
a s-td. City Mar.hal.
WIU. oertreiseJatlhc citv clerk' offlte
until MolitUr, MayVlth. ISTS. for all the
lumber the city nujr reUire durlnic the irrent
Uscilyrar Lumber tn begootl white or burr
04k, few from mi or bad knota, nnd to be or
uch dimtiislona lint exceeding.:! feel hi Imilli,
and to lx-drill err-l In aucbriuntitirsand at siirli
tlui's as the eoiniultte on streets may ilinct.
The rilv rest rr the rls'hl lo reject any and all
blda ll'M, I'KK.S'l II A ALKY.
Ciiirn, May 13, Ir75. Llty Clerk
Bealtd Prepotalt I
AXTILf, he itoelTfl at tbe city clerk's oflUe
Y until Munday, May vl, a. li ISIS, f.ir
Ibecily lirlDtlna: Itu the year ending . tunc 1st, I
1(74, uld bits euuitovur the cost ot publishing
the couucllprocreiliD(s,rdlnaaora,ud unllce
of all kind, inserted by any city urBcer or by I
onlerof iherlty eounell Tlierfiy rr,erv th
right to reject anv and all bid'
31. iir-.-si ii ..i.r. 1 , uij urn, 1
Calio, .May 11, it',!-
N'OTICKistieuby given that In accordance
with the wiuimiientt of heclion 7, of an
acleiilltlel "An Art lo declare au I coaslltute
thrSUte of Illinois sole trustm of lhat rjwnlen
of the state tas: lav ImI, asae.aed aud collectvl
fnrlhr)e.ir 173, lueaeessof iW-SB tbrrenfl aud
to iirovldeeacluahc reaiediw for the ruiuplelr 1
nTuudliigof the same to tbe tax-part r. or the
tftatr who have iald such eacra. and for Ike 1
irotrrti"n of the taa-iwynaentllled thereto, and 1
of couutirs and all ofltccr ur persons couceced
with tbecollectloa.eiMtody orpaymtat Ihrreof.' ' 1
I witl refund to saeh person or corporation ibe
amount by tho or It paid Inoaceas of twenty-,
nine Uilrtr.llxtha afaaeli Hsale (ax ot CS. ue.
on tbe presentation of bit or Its tax rrvslptafor
f'V-s.H-iUwtsr f.ienty Treajum
Mrs. Monsaxrat, one of the most ac
complished lady musicians In Southern
Illinois, will, during the summer mouths,
teach pupils of this city, music for the
very low prlw; of ten dollara per terra.
Mrs. Monsarrat has for years past taught
the art of music In several of the most
noted academies of Memphis, and has
gained by her thorough knowledge of the
art a most enviable reputation. Parents
who liave children whom they woidd
have become completely versed In music,
will do well to plfice them under the eve
of this lady. 5-l-tf.
We will take, at the St. Charles llotel,
during tbe summer months, 50 day bo triers,
at $H per mouth, andSO boarders wltb cool,
pleasant rooms on the upper floor, at Mo
per month. At this extremely l?w rate,
none but promptly paying boarders will be
accepted. Jcwart Wilcox & Co.,
flano aad Oinaa Tuuluar.
Mr. M. Kulinc desires us to say that be It
ready to receive orders for PI tno and Or
jan tuning, and repairing ruus'cal Instru
ments. Orders may be lelt at the corner ot
Thirteenth and Walnut streets, or P. O.
Box 064, and will receive prompt attention,
A. MAHX, 7SOhIo Levee, Is now tak
ing orders for the new at vies of Silk Ifatt,
all the rage at the Ea-t, known as
"Fifth Aveuue," and
Hi Conlonulttirc enables him to take
orders and make perfect fits enables him
to make hat.s to order that will conform
perfectly to the head of the wearer. Call
upon MAHN. and have your head nies.
ured for a hat. .V2-2vs
Open every day of the week.
A U HOIS A BUCK BE EH at
The Old Kellnlalr.
I hereby announce to the. public that I
am better prepared than ever to ac-ommo-dato
my patron at the Central llotel, on
Sixth street, between Comuu-rcii) and
Wahlnh'ton avenue-. I have taken a part-
ntrln the hold luIne, Mrs. Aipleuiai),
who ha hid einlderablc experience In
that line, ami will not full ti make guet
feel at home. The table will always ne
supplied with the be.t fie in uket adonis
strvetl up in the mo.tt palatable manner.
BoarJ and lodging per Week, it M : lnle
incaN, 2.V, to be had at all hour. I have
a'.co In connection with my hotel, a nr.-t-class
barbe. shop, and am prepared to give
customers a good shav, hair-cut, ehamp jo-
Ing, etc. I will run three chairs, and hive
employed tonsorlal aittstt who understand
their mulness. Shaving, 10 cents ; shim-
poolcf , 'X) cents ; and hilr cutttnp, 2) cent.
Give me a call. Pnur. F. GoEBKI,
One open and one top bugr, srlih har-
nes i one seven octave pi ino, nearly new ;
one Kalrbank sitc,3how ca-es,i :ounters
and ahels In .', one Hall's Domic Uomblca-
tlou aate, with burglar b.sx. 1 will offer at
auction, eimuienclng this Saturday
n(bt, May 8th. and continue du-riu-
the next week, trery mlftbt,
tbe entire stock of Hojte, Shoe", Dry
floods, Notion-, etc. now in my ttor).
; s-;t. Louts if. myiris,
On Wasliiugtoii avenue, Wednesday,
an India rubber tube. The tinder will be
rewarded on leaslug It at Winter's gal
lery. 41 7-5-1 Mt
Lnueti I Lnueb !
Tb blgeaS lunch ever set In Cairo, will
be spread a very morning at the Flantert'
House. Wiener brer it tbe arreat attrac
tion. It pay to vitlt the Planter' llou.e
and try a drink of this, tbe fineU beer ever
offered In this city. tlfi-M;vjvs-.
Ba llnlla ofSeery Dracriptlitu
PHIL 11. SALT'S.
iiokh t !or t hoic 1 1
Ou and after June 1st, 187. all dog, tun
ulog at lar;-e, on which tax has not been
paid will be disposed of. Call at the City
Clerk's orUee-and pay tar.
S-?-td. Wm.M. Williams,
Su lire Lumber.
Having aatn established myself In tho
Lumber bu'iue-s, at the Wail A Ent Mill,
1 am prepared to sell lumber vf all kinds,
lsth and shlbgUs nt wholesale and retail,
and to offer ex r mducrruenn at all times,
guaran.cclng the lowest po..ible price.
lI'-MMm. J. S, McGahbv.
Tbe dwelling houe on Seteiith near
Walnut, now occupied by Capt, J. A.
Jone., Is lor rent. Thu home has nine
rooms and basement, cood cistern and out
house, all lu good order. A desirable ie.
dencc. Apply at the potortice to
o-tMf. lino. W McKiutii.
.Mrs. HonnardoiTer her sen Ices asaslik
nure. She Is experienced In all kinds of
uurrlug. Public patiocage reepeetlully so
licited. Leave order on Cedar street, br
tween Twenly-'lhlrd and Tweniy-Fourth
treeis, In tho Purler House, or P. O. Box
2vl. Se-Im. f
II a rnr anil SiMilille.
A lull and complete stock of line and com
mon buggy harness, slnsle or ilouble, t
sr. louiis i-Ricr.i, at the new shop next
door to Theatre HH Conimcrcial uvenue.
S-T-2W. I.. D. AKl.v fi Co.
Fred Telrbman, at bis cigar and toba.'O
store en hijhlh street, has ju.t received a
large hiuI complete aisortment of' (pes, etc.
and a largo stock of tbe best brands of smo
king and chewing tnbasco. F. T.'s stand-,
ard clfe-ar always ou band. Uivc hluia t.-ill.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young meu Irui tbe el'
lcc: of error and abuses lu early life
s ailMVV a swai sat a SJ u I lie V If U (lsV.ll "
rlsge removed. New method a treatmejit.
New aud remarkable remedies. Books
and clrcultrs sent tree, In sealed viitetopea.
Address, IIUWAUl) ASSOCIATION, 119
S. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.-anlnst:-tiitlouhavtnjtahljjbriputttloa
at lo condnrt and profetslonal skill.
M l.d tv3ai.
Leading Journal of Southern
i' ; 1 1
. ir sfii-j
S ' rii- - aaar
W1D atendl'asti) oppose the pegtrtei.eltba
Kepublican party, and refute to be tram
melled ..y the dictation ot anycllijue In the
It believes that the Republican paitjr fiat
fultllled it luittioii. and that the Dtmc
cratle party a now organized ahoulu c re.
stored to power.
It believes the Uadlcal tvraany that baa
frr letcral year oppressed tbe South
thould be overthrown and tho people CI ihs
Southern tutct permitted to eontroi tbeir
. , JiLi.-
It believes, that railroad oorporatloaa
ahould be prohibited by legla'.atlvc rcai t
mtuta from extort! 114 and unjustly datcnui
inatlnj In their bnelaeia traaaactlane wliu
It recountel the equality ol all ma be
fore tbe law.
It adrocatea free commerce tarti'tw-
It adrocatet retumptloa of apeeie ray-
meat, and bonest payiaest of tbe pubU
It advocatei economy ta Ue adsuioUtia.
tlon ol public atfatrt.
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