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ASC'ALON LOUGH, NO. 61.
Knhilit orPytlilM, mwUi erervJPrl
ly night at half-tiast seven, inOaa
tllows' Hull. O. K. HI.Al.IC,
iii.lcisiidint OnliT i.r Odd-Fellows,
inn l every 'I Imrixlay iiIkIiI
tlilf-)t'M'ii, In their hall on
attune, Itctwein llh iiml fceunth
lulls II (Jossmak, M. U.
CIA I HO KNOAMI'.MKNT, I. O. O. K., meets
Ju Odd-Fellows' Hall mi the first uml third
I iiesdaj in eery month, nt hair-iuM seven.
J K Alack, 0. I'.
A ( AlltO I.OIIOK, NO. 217, A. V. A. M.
HoM ri'Kiilnr tviiiiiiiutiliutluns In Ma
soldo Hull, corner tkiiiiiiicidiil atenm;
' aml Kltflilli street, mi the M-cuml uml
"mirth MuniUy of eucli inuiith.
Mr. I'. Fitzgerald has Just received ami
linn on tale al lili sales, room, a largo stock
.if English ale, porter, IIennesy brandy
nil wines, uml liquors of all kinds, which
hp wilt dispose oral reasonable prlro.
Dr. Beth Arnold's Coiih Killer the
threat cradlcator lor till lung diseases ft su
perior remedy to all other medicine j et
discovered, In severe esses. It I a Hire,
quick, and perfectly safe remedy lor
coughs, cohli, sore throat, whooping cough
;roup, ami all diseases of the throat ami
lung". Kelall pried, 2."i ami M cents uml si.
Any hottlu that doe not give relief may hu
returned, and the money will he refunded.
Dr. fieth Arnold' Dlurrlma llalsstn, 2. and
.7) cents. Itciiietnhcr It Is warranted. Ar
nold' 1111 Tom Maudraku Fills, operating
without sickness and pain. Compounded
by Dr. Sctlt Arnold's Medical Corporal! n,
Wonn0i-kvt, It. I. Sold hy 1'alll (I.Si huh,
druggist, Cairo, III. r.VI.'AV.'Jin.
l.nillrV I'uriiUliliiK tHitre.
A ladle' furnishing store has'bceii opened
III tho 'I'h rat re building, am! stocked with
a lull Hue orevcrythlng pertaining lo ladles'
wiar ready-madi dresses, underwear,
etc.- all or the latett styles and will heMild
ut lower llgures than over before ollured In
Calio. 'l'hcie good wcru purchased In
New York, arc of tho hot material, and
will be sold very reaonablr. AUo Milli
nery goods of all kinds. 3G-t-30-liii.
The NUtle Niintlny h'hl Contention.
The .Seventeenth A nnual Contention of
the Statu Sunday School Association ot lili
noli will he licld In the City of Alton. 'lues
1jy, Wednciilay and Thursday, May T.tli,
20th and 271b, 1S7., commencing Tuesday,
ut 10 a. to.
Kach county In the Slate, except Cook, I
entitled to t;n delegates. The number Irotn
Cook county Is not limited. The pro
gramme 111 he published toon, and for
warded to the ciuuty Secretaries. The ar
rangement lor the convention ghe prom
i'n of a most protltahle and pleasant st'islou.
t.'ounty Secretaries are requeued to hate
this notice published In the county papct.
II. F. .lACOHt,
Chairman of the Executive Committee.
I'.sery Nesen Vmn,
physiologists say, the human body Is en
tirely changed and renewed. Every mo
ment ot our lives, every part of our bodies
Is wearing out and is being built up anew
of fresh matter. TUN work Is accomplished
by the blood which goes through every
part. Hut irtlie blood become weak or
vltiited, and doo not perform In work
properly, the ytem U acttiilly poisoned
by the worn-out nutter clogging tho Ital
organi Instead of leaving the body. Kor
dyspepsia, Wllousneis kidney, hkln and
liver trouble, levors, and all disease! aris
ing from vitiated blood, Dk. AVai.k lilt's
CAI.tFoltNIA VlNKOAIl HlTTKS are a wiv
crclgu remedy. f.-H-d.Vw-4 w.
Having again established myielf In the
Lumber business, tit tho Wall & Knt SHU,
1 am prepared to sell lumber of all kinds,
laths and ihlngte at wholesale and retail,
and to oiler cxira inducements' at alltltuc",
guaranteeing the lowest OssibIe prices.
4rl3-.Vll-lui. .1. S. McUAIIEY.
Mrs. Motwirrat, oik; of tlio most tic
toinplUhetl lnily inttslclatis In Southern
lllluois. will, during thuiiiiiiiiuriiiotilhs,
teach puiills ol this city, ntiislo fur the
very low jirlco d' t:n dollars per term.
.Mrs. Mottsarrat ha for years past taught
tho art (ifimi-Ic In f-cventl of tlio inn-t
notetl ncaileiiilus of .MumphU, ami hat
gained hy her thr.rotiKhkiinwktlo of the
art a most cnvlablu reputation. I'arents
who havu chlldrtn whom they would
havo becotni! completely verged In musU',
will do well to place, them under the care
Two-Home Wrnroii Fur Mule.
A new wagon for uale at bargain, Ai
ply at tbo Uullktin counting-room. tf.
Ntlll III lli Field.
Mr. l'lill II. Saup wishes to announce to
his Irlonda and the public generally, that
ho lias lately lifted up, In excellent style,
bis commodious and cotnfortablo parlor on
Washington avenue, noar Eighth strcet.for
the entertainment of thoso of our cltleim
and tho rest of mankind who lnilulgo In
leo cream, koda water, confectioneries, Ax.
ami that he Is prepared to furnish to clti
em of Cairo, it homo or at his parlors,
anything In his line, rinl.lt well known
to our citizens, ami a bis rooms are vory
pleasantly lilted up, and us ho can always
be found at bis post, day or night, to look
fter tho welfare of hut citstamcrs, wo be-
npruk for him that custom which Ins cntor
prlio merits. His Ice cream and lcmomdo
a to delicious, his soda water Is not equalled
by any In the city, and as far ns confection
cries arc concerned, it cannot bo denied
that bis stock Is always the best In tho city
AUIIOIU HUCK HKKIt
Voenl nml liiotruiiieiitnl Mutle.
Mrs. Mousarrat will rcstnnn teaeliln;
oil tho '.'')th lift. All ilplrliii; u ttlassleitl
education In piano miiMo will coinmoneu
uo euily as possible, Vocal Instruction,
according to tho old Italian masterx,
thorotifhly taught; al'o, harmony and
thorough bass. Classes III solfeggio,
notm I Do kit I Dokn ! t
On and after Juno 1st, 18T5, nit dogs run
ulng at largo, on whleh tax bus not been
paid will bo disposed of. Call at tho City
Clerk's otUce and pay tax.
6-8-td. yfu. M. Williams,
TL'KSIJAY, MAY 25, 1875.
Iirnl Wmllier Rrpnrl.
CAtttO, ILL., May 21, lST.'i.
Ihtlnriitl .iri IncliM.
THOMAS JOSKH, fkrut. H. S., U. S. A.
Within u tlav or two, we Miall puhllfh,
In tho colnmni of the Hiii.i.ktin. thu du
11 1 if j i ten ( tax lit tor IS" I.
I.'ooma to rent In Wilcox's Illock.
Cheap. '-'"'"' w
An uxchaitL'e Ray : '''alro hat a pop-
iilatlnti of fen Ihou'anil. In 1S.VI the
population wit es than two hundred
Mr. S. I). 'I'lioni'. ofthellriii of TIioiih
llros.. was married to MWs Martini ''mi-
illlf.af Illnmhllle, KY., by KlderTriie-
titan, nit the lslli lu-t.
iluilw l'.ros V!i i,ii!ra,ed yesterday In
looking over tind scltliti,' up riianllan
shlji bitslnefi!. Ileyoinl this he did noth
ing of Importance.
The Kenton Simulant ays : ".Ittd;e
Mttlkey, of Cairo, Is for (!ov. Hendricks,
ol' Indiana, ns the. Democratic Candida te
for President In 18707'
A little daughter of Mr. .1. II. -Metealf.
who resides on Washington avenue, op
posite tl- court house, hasWn very low
for the past ew days, wifli typhoid pneu
monia. Jf retime.
The regular meeting of the Taylor Lit
erary Society will be held in the Council
Chamber on Wednesday evening. A full
attendance of the members uf the Society
Mayor Winter l now at work revising
a copy of Hie City Ordinance, niitl get
ting them In the haie In which they
now stand In relation to controlling the
city. He Is doing the work for hN
own p-clal Ix'tifrllt.
A good German girl, who can cook
and do general houc-work, will find
teady employment by applying ut the
Central Hotel. Sixth Street, lictwecji
Commercial and Washington nvcmic.
V-'AVl v. Katik Aeri.KMA.v.
The owners of cows tire Millerlng the
lo of thoJ utiltimU. one by oih In nil
(luarten'. Dn Sunday evening, we are
Informed, -Mr. .Mollnki lost n valuable
cow, from "onto unknown caue, and a
day or two previous, one belonging to
Mr. G. M. Alden, passed In her checks.
A Ilil One.
Charlc. ni-.s Iluck lilley, who was ar-
reitfd on Sunday night by olllcer Calu
r.ir lu-fii" liiinlleated Iii rolihlti'' a woman
on Kiltitjuth treet,U the same parly who
stabbed a man named .McCarthy on tne
levee a few days ago. He Is said, by
the otllcers who lire acquainted witli
him, to be a decidedly tough eill7en.
Illinois Cr.NTitAi. HAii.itoAt) Comi-anv. )
Omt.T. OK li KSr.ltAI. AliKXT.
Caiiio, III., May -J, 1S7.VJ
On the new schcdiilo taking rll'ect to-
morrowthe 2;id, iiaefccngcM can peotire
sleeoliiL' c:ir berths at passenger depot.
any time tiller 10::!) p. m. .Lis. .Ioiis.sox,
tVAVIIt. Gun 1 Agent.
Mayor Winter, who is of the opinion
that tho price paid for the hauling ol
small po.v patients from various parts of
the city to the pest-house, Is very high
and unreasonable, wants the city to
htty a wagon for that purpose, and lie
oilers to tnrnlsh ti mule, provided tho
city will payjfor the feeding of the nn
The Masonic order of Joucshoro tire
thinking, we learn, of celebrating tho
tilth day of .lime next. Tho festivities-
tire not to be confined to the members of
the order of Joneboro alone, but, ever
willing and desirous of extending
courtesy to their fellow men, the
order of that burg will iu He the Masons
of Cairo, Mtirphyshoro, nml several other
places to participate in tho celebration.
A few nighU ngo, the idiow caQ on the
outside of Mr. Matson'.s hoot nml shoe
establishment, on Washington avenue,
was broken open by burglar?, ami tt
number of pair of line shoes extracted
therefrom. Nothing has been learned,
as yet, that throws any light whatever
upon the guilty parties. Tills Is tho t-econtl
outrage of tlio kind that has transpired In
Cairo within a few days, and our citizens
should keep a sharp lookout for tho per
petrators of such crimes.
Thu business in this court Is very lim
ited. There were four cases up before
Judge Hint yesterday, as follows :
Henry Slpcoin was arrested hy the
olllcers, for disorderly conduct. The
Judge lined the prisoner flvu dollars and
cosbi, which ho could not pay, and went
to the lookup for flvoilayx.
John Cool, David Concdy and dim
McMuuils, the unfortunate gentlemen
who were arrested for Imbibing too freely
in bcnzlno, were arraigned before Ins
honor, and lined the sum of one dollar and
costs each. They were poverty stricken
folks, and were compelled to go to tho
lockup, where they will linger for the
ppaco of two days each,
Time. Hah. Tiik. Wwii. Vki
7a in, -li.rtl r,V Culm.
II m.nt l' Uilm. o
ip.m.i iw.bH 7C N. W. W
We received last evening, but too latn
for publication, a communication from
1-.. ft. u
111 relation io n
Ion. it will np-
r n-'celehmtloM. It will np
Ulll HI UK
pear In to-morrow
Issue of the HuL-
Aiw flu ilrat day of .lu t
"edncsday, in accordance wllli
nnbiistii'il hy him, t.hicr
of l'oll U-llliaiiist will give hfJ ,n
strucllons t km -vrry ilog louin;
nlti" nt large' 1" the city, utnttss tlio nw
" - . a...., el, nil l.f.t llfllil till
ersot sueii pro,"
rcqulretl tux upon them, and niocivid tne
proiKT marks from tlio city clerk, which
must be displayed upon the dogs, In or
der that the police .iflleers will bfl nhle to
I.tiiich, this morning, at ,v.d. Unefner's,
at 10 o'clock, precUely. Something
ulwtniitlal nml rlcgatit In .'lie way
of edibles: Hour Kel, Turtle Soup,
Potato Salad, New Potatoes, Jtoast ueei,
Veal. I'ork, Lettuce, Jtadlshes, eU.'., vlth
plenty oflco on hand ; In fact, everything
that the market allonw, will no served up
in Myleto satisfy the most fanidioiis epi
cure. Come one, come all, to iluefncr's
tit 10 n. in. precisely; he Is expecting
Not lo be Tolcrnlcd.
.Mayor Winter and Chief or Poller Wil
liam, yesterday, Informed a Htn.r.KTt.v
tvporterlhatthey had broken up, within
the pa't few weeks, ,evcral gambling
tings that have been In ojM.-nttlon In Cairo
for some time, and that they were deter
mined upon putting a quietus to all the
paste board handlers who frequent this
city. The gamblers must find some other
field lit which to ply their nefarious vo
cation. They will not Iw tolerated in
I.nok out for Your lloifx.
In addition to paying the tax on dogs
mid slut, the owner of same must Jeomply
witli this paragraph In ordinance N'o. 3,
See. 15 : '-That no dog or lut shall, be
t ween the first day of .Inne and.the llrst
day ot November, run at large within the
limits of Haiti city, without having n sub
stantial wire or leather inii.7.le securely
fastened over and around Its mouth,"
Ac. No exception on or will lie mailt
to lite requirements of this ordinance.
W. M. Williams,
ririren lo Twenty IiiMnr Kitted.
Any one wishing a llr-t-cla-s hewing
machine can save from lirtcon to twenty
dollars by theslmple strategy of choosing
:i Wilson Shuttle Machine, one of the
most perfect ami capable machines ever
invented. It hasevery valuable Improve
ment that cm be named, ami as all Its
friends know, works with equal facility
in till classes ot work and. on all kinds of
,'oois. Machines will Ik delivered at
tny ltallroad Station In this county, free
of transportation charges, If ordered
through the Company's Itranch House at
010 North 4th street, St. Louis, Mo.
They send an elegant catalogue nnd
chroino circular free on application, I Ids
Company want a few innm k0'"1 t.
On Sunday night, a man by the name
of Charles, u.n Uuck, HHey and another
named Moore, want Into a bawdy liouo
on Fifteenth street, between Commercial
avenue and Poplar street, and seizing one
of the inmates, threw her down upon the
floor, and roblR-d her of a small sum of
money. The woman, upon lieing re
leased, made the fact known to Olllcer
Andrew Calu, who at one? set out In pur
suit ol the olfcnders, anil succeeded In se
curing and lodging them in the calaboose.
They were taken before the grand Jury
yesterday morning, for trial, but we have
not learned, as yet, what was done with
The grand juror, tor the second and
third weeks, have been empanelled. The
jury returned two indictments yesterday.
olcrt Andrews plead guilty to a
charge of larceny, but the court withheld
his sentence lor the present.
A Jury was impanelled for the pur
pose of trying William, charged with
snatching a watch from Mls Grace
General Kaimi, of Hnrrisbtirgand Cap
tain Thomas, of Metropolis were in at
tendance. General ltautn is Interested In the suit
of the Cairo & Vlncennes railroad com
pany against Parker and Hodges.
Captain Thomas is prosecuting George
II. Hostetter nnd William II. Parker.who
arc charged with burglary and larceny,
ami who took a change of venue from
Massac to Alexander county.
MnyorScott of Metropolis, is In the
Mr. Henry KUcnburg left for Chi
cago tin the Illinois Central, yesterday af
ternoon. Major McGinnls, of the United Stales
Army, was registered at the SI. Charles,
-Col. T. II. Childs, of lliehiuonil, Vir
ginia, was registered tit the St. Charles,
Treasurer Hlake took u Hying trip to
Vlneenuos, Indiana, yesterday morning,
and will return this evening.
Gen. Green tt. Haum mid Mr. Ilnllng
of Hilling's postofllce, in this county, are
in the city nt tending Circuit Court.
Mrs. ll.trhou, who, for the pat few
weeks, lias been visiting her sister, Mrs.
K. C. Pace, of this city, left for her home
hi the northern part of thu State, yester
day. Capt. .1. 1). Uurdeaii, of New Orleans,
an old-time river man, who was formerly
captain ot the steamer MollUt Able, and
oilier boats, was at tho St. Charles, yes
terday. Miss Carrie Pngles, who has for
some mouths been residing in the city
with her sister, Mrs. Capt. W. P. Wright,
lea for her former home In Kiethsburg,
Illinois, yesterday afternoon, via I he Illi
nois Central railroad.
Cottage or two story, with good aceom-
limitations. Address or apply to I). F.
Ueiintttt, Howe Sewing Machine Olllce.
Sargent ol Polleo Wootcn, who ha, for
some time past been principally employed
In looking to the welfare of the small
pox patients, tells if U" ' PCt hoiiw
Is now Inhabited by eight individuals
Who ore -Mlded with the dlteae, four of
whom are convalescent, ami will bo nl
lowcd to take Uielr departure In n few
days. He also Informs us that si new
case wa reported to him, a child by the
namo of Hudson, living with her parents
onTwriitlelli street, between Commer
cial avenue nnd poplar street. The llev.
Mr. Caldwell has also been sick for sev-
ul Intra til
'f .. Moloid. He resides on Washington
the comer of Fourteenth
street. Infor.:"011 tm uc which
has but recently ik on walnut
street, was glvc'i Mar H Inter yester
day morning, who tfivc Sa.Tfciit Vootcn
orders to look to It Immediately. The
thrcrt cases mentioned are tlie sum total
ofcaes existing within the city Jhnlts.
The negro nameil Hob Gibson, who was
attacked with the dlseac while residing
hi the Pilot House, on Washington ave
nue, died on Sunday morning, we are
told, ami was buried during the niter
noon of the same day,
Cairo, III.", Mommy Kvkm.no,
' May 21, 1875.
The weather Is changeable and uncer
tain so far as rain Is concerned, hut the
temperature is steady and high. Jlcaiy
rains have fallen every day since our lat
issue. To-day has Ik-cii showery and
cloed ilark and cloudy, with prospects
of a storm to-night. The rivers are fall
Ingslowly and no more high water Is an
ticipated tills Summer.
The rains that have prevailed have hail
something to do with the small volume
of transaction". The condition of the
markets hold without any important
change. Flour Is not quite so excited, the
demand haling fallen oil', but nil grades
are scarce ami prices hold firm. Corn is
scarce, firm and unchanged. Oats are
scarce with little doing. Speculators
have cleaned out the poultry market, and
prices are linn. Kggs tire In steady
demand and scarce.
Lemons are dull at $7 nnd oranges in
gootl demand at -Meal Is firm. Bran
THEM Alt KKT.
B6f Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are usually for
tales from llr.t hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots it is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
The demand has fallen oil' to some ex
tent since last week, but there Is none in
market an j no change In prices. We
note sales of .VK) barrels XXX spring p.
t.; 200 barrels $1 757 ; 100 barrels XXX
Winter $fi 10; 150 barrels $5 450 7.1 ;
500 barrels city So 50S 00; 500 barrels
$5 75; :t00 barrels $57.
Tiin Is verv little coming in and wrr
little demand, none nt nil in iket except
for an occasional c.irorcltolce Timothy.
We note stiles as follows : 2 cars choice
mixed, delivered, $20; 1 tstr choice Tim
othy, delivered, $21.
The market Is steady, linn and un
changed. The demand is fully equal to
receipts and,therels no surplus.
Sales were 1 car mixed, in sacks, de
livered Sic ; 1 ear white, In sacks, deliver
ed, 83c; 1 car mixed, in sack, delivered,
sic; 1 car white, In bulk on track, 77o;
S cars white, In sacks, delivered, S.181 ;
I cars mixed, In sacks, delivered 82e.
Quiet nnd unchanged. Verv few come
hi, and the demand is I'mited. Prices
iirellrmatid unchanged, owing to the
light supplies. We note sales of 1 car
mixed In sticks delivered, 70j; 2 cars
In sacks delivered, 70s.
The market continues .steady and llrm.
Prices rule unchanged. Country steam
dried quoted $:t 70 and City me.il, $:i 7,"
to $3 8.1. Sales reported were 140 barrels
steam dried delivered, $U 70 ; -100 barrels
City steam dried delivered, $:i S0$3 S3,
Quiet and dull. The market Is over
supplied and very little selling. Prices
tire weak and lower. Sales were 500
sacks delivered, $ll20.
We hare no change to note in tho mar
ket. Choice fresh Northern butter is
very scarce and "wanted, 'flic old stock
Is large, and only sells when there is no
fresh receipts ottering. Sales were 10
packages old Northern, 20: ; 5 packages
choice grass butter, 2,le; 15 buckets
choice grass butter, 2S02(5o ; 7 tubs cook
ing butter, 10c ; :t00 pounds choice North
ern, 25c; 500 pounds choice Northern,
2l2."c; 200 pounds choice Southern Illi
Receipts are all taken on arrival at
quotations. The market Is bare to-day.
Sales were :i cases shippers count, 12Jc ;
10 cases shippers count, 12Jc; 1000 dozen,
There Is very little local demand, hut
speculators cleaned out the market on
Saturday and prices hold llrm. Wo note
Sides of II coops choice hens, $1 ; 2 coops
roosters, f:i; H coaps choice hens, $1 ; U
coops choice hens, $1 5 25 dozen, $1.
Lemons are dull at $7 to-day, with un
over-stock in market. Oranges are In
active demand at $5. Strawlicrries come
hi slowly, and sell equally us slow ut $5
Wc note sales of 10 boxes Oranges
S5 50. 5 boxes Lemons Si ; 15 boxes Or
anges $1 500 00; 15 boxes Lemons $7.
The market is well supplied to-day with
both new and old, and the demand Is lim
ited. We note sales of 100 bushels old
peach blows, $1 5 10 barrels new, $1 75;
50 barrels choice new,
New onions are plenty and dull. Very
few wanted. Sales were 10 barrels, $5.
Steamer Arkansas Hclle, Evans, Ille. .
" Hello Memphis, St. Louis.
City Helena, Vlckburg.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
Omnd Tower, Mcmphl.
Cons Millar, Cincinnati.
Glencoc, St. Louis.
" Hello Shreveport, New Orlcr.tm,
" Chas. Morgan, New Orlciti
" .1. 1). Parker, Memi'-'
T, . 2, Padtieali.
Nail City, St. Louis,
dno. A. Wood, New Orleans.
E. M. Norton, St. Louis.
J. S. Neal, Ohio River.
Steamer Arkanus Belle, Evansvllle.
Hclle McmphU; Memphis,
City of Helena, St. Louis.
Capitol City, Vlcksburg.
Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Ctms. Millar, Cincinnati.
Glcncoe, New Orleans.
" Hello Shreveport, St. L011K
" Chas. Morgan, Cincinnati.
.1. O. Parker, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat Painter No. 2, Pmlueah.
" Rover, St. Louis.
" Nail City, Ohio river.
' .tno. A. Wood, Louisville.
" K. M. Norton, Louisville,
" .1. & Neal, Ohio river.
dim FIsk, Paducah ; Thompson I lean,
Arlington ; TIioj. Shirlock, Ohio river;
II. C. Vnegcr, Cherokee, Atlantic and
barges, from the South ; City Chester,
Wild Duck and barges, Laura L. Davis.
from St. Louis.
111vr.1t, wKAiur.n ASi nusixEss.
-The river lat evening was 22 feet 7 1-5
Inches, on the gauge, having fallen 2 2-5
Inches during the preiions 21 hours.
The Mississippi is swelling nt St. Louis,
and it Is probable that the advance ol
what Is supposed to be the "June rise"
has reached there. From present in
dications It will not amount to much.
The Ohio and Cumberland rivers are de
clining. ORNBRAf. ITKMS.
Mr. Sam Foster left for St. Louis last
night, to remain permanently In the f
liec of 1 1 use, Loomis c Co.
l'lie Painter took the wrecking boat,
Charlie Hill, to Paducah, and she will be
taken thence up the Tennessee river.
The J. S. Neel brought out .1 barges
ot salt and two of coal for St. Louis, and
returns from tills port. Ford ami WoodJ
ward are her pilots.
The E. M. Norton went to Louis
ville with 7 barges containing .1,003 tons
iron ore. She is proving herselfa splendid
tow boat, better even than the. Hrown,
whoe machinery she has, and her owners
arejustly proml of her.
-sMr. Walter E. 1)111, who bad a strokn
of paralysis, some nine months ago, has
so far recovered as to Iks able to walk
about, and is going from Memphis to the
1101 springs, vvitere ic is liopctl lie will
fully recover his health.
Captain It. W. fiigati will visit Cubo
to-day, after which, It Is Inferred from ti
letter which hu w rote to a party in this
city, he intends to "Go West" and "open
up a mince pie factory, where he
can utilize thu grasshopper crop."
This Idea is original wlthCaptaln Ditgan,
and Is published hi the strictest confidence
as he has not yet secured his caveat cov
ering Ids patent pie, and until he docs
so would not like every-body to know It.
He lias contracted with a prominent rag
man in St. Louis for 5,000 pair olds socks
to season with.
Will iJM'AltlftlkNT, lllVk.ll ttl.l'OUI, I
STATIONS. LOW WATKII. -"A:MJ"'.
IT. I.S. FT. IS.
Wit.IjurK -. as 0
C'liicinnHtl 10 v - 1
Imtavllle OS - :l
St. Ixitlis IT 0 0 4
l . i
Corrected Dally by K. 51. .Strann, commission
mcrctiani, seen wry ui 111c imru itoaru ui
VI... nMMMll.. In nM.I. 1 (.!"?- 1,
Corn, mlxisf, niu'knl
....... a.1.1... il
Infill, NK.ui .......... yr-.u
oats, mixed ii've
llnin, ikt ton wm
Mtnl, stuuu drll..,.. 'l SU
liillicr, ciiuil! luriurril m .-. vvstu
lluttcr.Rtioit'A! Soutlicru III WJV:
.1.,...n .At ...
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... i f. . . ju.
tuui'jB! per uuiui vvt" w
ljittttiu.d ..v lMipn.1 Jii.'ltin
Onl jiu. ir hixn l t5 0-1
,HiiraKU ioi ti si
Meeting of the Stockholders
Cairo & St. LeuUBatlroad Company.
PUIIMU notlfti Is liiTclty Klcn Uiut Ihfre will
U'lit'ltl n mtt'lliiKor tlie ntncktiolilrrs of tlio
tullu A l. Imis llauromi rtiiiimity, m uie
ttatlon Iimiscof said rompiiny, tn the city ot
Kiwi M. Liiuls, in tilt count)' ol' M. Clair and
Moutlny Hie 'JHIh Dny sir June, A. 1.
ut UicIioum of eleven o'clock u iu , fur the jmr
iiostof then and theiv eliithm liy said stuck
iiolilrrs sereii dlrvcturd for nakl rouiuuy fur the
fiisultiK ytar, ami then and there truiisaetlnir
tut'li other business ailieiUiliilrif to ald com
ii.iuy as hull come lieiure ahl ineetltiK.
A lull utteniUiiico of all the utofkhnlders In
salitooiiiiiany Is itiestvilanil mnrli desiiisl
..a.,,.. '''S .8S'ft.IKw
.1. W. SAVIN',
II. It. 1'AYSOX,
(!. J. CAM) A,
W. S. SKAIII.S,
K. K. CANDA,
W It. AltTlllIK,
tjturkhoMers C. St. I.. It- It. Co.
Evor present ''Best.for tho Weary."
Mutlressed, Pillows amlUoUtere at
O. W HICK'S
Comer of Nineteenth ami I'onlar trts-tJ.
ttteen lh Nw Vork stow and Col Taylor's of
tlest, u follows: Kxcelilor and Shuck Mat-tlvsM-d,
lllll nUe, cotton top, 1 W't necoud slje,
cotton top, Kood lilulii Hhuok Matlrres, i
aud H I.oUiiK, HltiKle, and Crih Mattresses at
iislitfcd priced lo suit thu hard limes, Terms
strli'UvciwIi. Illijhest cash prlre palil for corn
tlmcLt tlellvertsl at tnv,lactory
to nr. rnv
At the. Bsf
n"r,Jliy 30, 11,7,1,
hall!? ,T'!!1-know n Stcamor "Three States"
. ' .ocn chartered lor tho occwlon, and
i . :.J lUQ lwt 10 lb0 SrountN. The
ot will leavo tl,0 foot of Fourth Mrcct, as
ollow,. nmtrlp.o .. m.j return ' !
.. Hecomltr ,,, ti p.m.; r.tum, 7. p.
m. The excellent Delta (Jlty Cornet Band.
...d splendid ,rln !,. be," "n!
ced to fiifnlih miiilr. ii..t..: "
all kln.U will bo ontho grotimi,. A good
tlitto Is antlclpntcJ.
Ilckcta for round irfu. Til fnt . .1.1 i
Tickets cm bo obtalni.il
U. A W. Hudor. I.ntil llrl,rt wr...
Alba, I, (j. Schuli, Chaa. Schoeiiemoyi r!
r.u. llttctncr. V. M. ntn..t,n.,
Jacckcl, City llrcwery.
The Old Hnllnlilp.
1 hereby nnuotinco to tltn nubile tlmt 1
am better prepared tbnn evcrto nccouimo
dato my patrons at tho Central Hotel, ou
Sixth t.trcet, between Commerelal and
Washington arcnues. 1 hare taken a part
ner id me noici uusiiicsj, airs. Applcman,
who ua hail consltlcrablo experience In
that line, and will not fall to make guests
feel at home. Tlio tablo will nlways hu
supplied with tlio best tbo in irket ntlords,
erred up In tho muit palatable manner,
Hoard anil lodging per Week, $4 50 j ilnlo
meals, 25n, to be had at all hours. 1 have
abo In connection with my hotel, a first
clus.s barber liop, anil am prepared to elvo
customers a gootl nhavr, hair-cut, diatupoo-
I iii', etc. I will run three chalrx, aud havo
employed tonsorUI nrtlsts who undcrnand
their business. Shaving, 10 cents ; ahatn-
poolng-, 20 ccttts ; ami hair cuttlutr, -' cent.
lle inc a call. I'nur. F. Uhkiiei..
Mrs. Ilonnardolfera her services as a nick
uitr.-c. She Is experienced In till kinds or
mirdiig. I'ubllu patronage rospectfully so
llcllud. Leave orders on Cedar street, be
tween Twenty-Third ami Twenty-Fourth
streets, in tlio Porter Home, or 1. ). Hox
l'rcd Tvlchman, at his cigar and toba:c)
store on Klgbth street, has just received a
large and complete assortment of pipes, etc.
and a largo stock of tlio bett brands of smo
king and chewing tobacco. F. T.'s stand-
nnl cigar always on band, (live him n t-ill.
Notice of Rcuiovftl.
Tbo well-known barber shop, corner
Eighth and Commercial, presided ov:r by
:lic popular artist, Ucorgo Stclnhouso, has
removed one door north on Commercial, In
.he Grand Central Hotel. Tho new shop It
argo and commodious, aud those wishing
for anything artistic In the way of fashion-
lo hair cutting, smooth shaves, etc., will
lo well lo call nl the Utatul Central Uarbcr
Tlio blggtii lunch ever set In Cairo, will
be spread every' inomlnir at t-s Uait'
Jloii.o. w'ener beer fit tho great attrac
tion. It pays to vMt the Planters' House
and try a drink of this, the llncst beer ever
offered In this city. 4I0-M3-3tv.
lu nnd Kcs Mcr.
Landlords ot hotels and boarding bouses
Mill tltid It to their sdvaotngt to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, l.auudres, N'o VI Fourth
street, between Washington and Commer
cial avenues. Hotel uud boarding-house
washing, TDccntsperdozen. Foi piecework
prices are as follows: Slnglo hhirt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen 80c; socks 5c; two col
lars, 6c; two handkerchiefs, 5c; vests 20c;
and all gentlemen's wear, Mc. per
dozen. Ladles' dresses, 'il to 60c;
rklrts 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hot c 6c; two collars 5 to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; for la
dles lino clothes, 125 per dozen; done
dromptly, and promptly delivered, la
nimet llnlU orKvcry ltrerlllftii
I'juii ii. s.vur's.
We will take, at tho St. Charles Hotel,
during tbo summer months, 50 day boarders,
at $22 per mouth, and 50 boarders with cool,
pleasant rooms on tho upper floor; at 830
per mouth. At this extremely low rate,
none but promptly paying boarders will bo
ncccptcd. Jkwktt Wilcox & Co.,
IMhiio nml Orirnn Tnnlnar.
Mr. M. Kulme desires us to say that he is
ready to receive orders for riauo aud Or
gan tuulng, and repairing musical Instru
ments. Orders may bo loft at the corner ol
Thirteenth and Walnut streets, or 1. O.
tlox Ml), ami will rccclvo prompt attention,
llnnirai) hiiiI Huddles).
A full ami complete stock ol rine ami com
mon buggy harness, blnglo or double, at
ht. louis i'iiiL'i:s, at tliu now shop next
door to Tlicitre IDS Continrrrltd avenue.
fi-7-2iv. L. D. Akix & Co.
Winter s Unllery.
Open every day of the week,
.Steamer .lames Flk, l'adiieah.
Frank Kratky, of tlio Union Hakery,
Coiiitner.lal avenue, belwecu Fouith and
Sixth streets, has ro-opuoed his hakery, and
Is now prepared to deliver llroad and Cakes
of tho best miallty, anywhere in the city or I
country, in siicu uuanutiea as tits citsioui
ers may desire. 1'rlccswlll bo inado en
tirely with roferjnco to the present lard
times ; lu other words, cheaper than the
cheapest. Send fa your orders.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from tho ef.
feets of errors untl abusea In early life,
Manhood restored. Impodhneuts to mar
riage removed. Now method ol treatment.
New and reinarkablii remedies. Hooks
nd circulars sent free, In sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWAltU ASSOCIATION, 410
N. Ninth sueet, Philadelphia, I'a.-an Instl
tullon having a high reputation for honor
al lo conduct and profoiiloual skill.
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ot th
Itcpuhllcau party, and refuso to be tram
melled i.y the dictation of any clique In the
It believes that the Republican party Has
fulfilled Its mission, and that the Demo
cratic party as now organized should be re
stored to power.
It believes the Kadlcal tyranny that hu
fer several years oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the people cl the
Southern States permitted to control their
11 believes that railroad corporations
should be prohibited by legislative enact
ment from extorting and unjustly discrim
inating In their business transactions with
It recognizes the equality of all men be
fore tho law.
It advocates free commerce tariff for
It advocates resumption of spoclj pay
ment, ami honest payment of tho public
It advocates economy in the administra
tion of pubilo affairs.
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tho llutletln will publish all the local newa
ot Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, I'd-
Mttcal. Foreign and General Mews, and en
deavor to pleaso all tastes and interest all
Is a tnlrty-two column paper, furnished to
subscribers for the tow price of
$1 25 PER TEAS.
Postage propald. It Is the cheapest paper
In the West, and Is a pleasing Fireside
Visitor and Family Companion.
Cannot tail to aeo toe KL'ivaled Induce
ment! offered br The JJuUeUa In the way
ot cheap and iirontable adTtrtlMtaenti,
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