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AS1JA1.0N I.OHUK, NO. SI.
Knlifhln of Pythias, iiut-l every Krj
day tilxhl lit luir-IHUl -en. in Oibl'
h-lluwa' Hall. 0 I!. MI.ACK,
AM'.XANHKIt I.OIKIK, NO. tfJI.
4jP3n low, nurin rtrry 'llnirsdity nlht
''.WW,' ill hair 'si m-ii-ii, i ii ini'ir nan mi
(.niiimcii'liil mciiuc, li'lutvn nlAlli uhd Sfti'iilli
dircM ''"MM II OuitMAN, N. II,
CIA I KO KN(.AMI'.lT:.Vr, I O, O.K., Hurls
in Odd-KellimV Hall on llii- Ural and third
Mil 1i I) III (11 !' IllOlltll, III I.Uir-lKlM Set ell
C K M.ACK, tj. I',
A UAIItOl.OIMIK. NO. '.M7,..l A A. M.
;rvV. Ilnl'l riKiilnr coiiiiiitiiilcatliin In Jla-
vjhl.: Hill, corner l'titiiiicri-ial att'tnir
' 'ninl Dlglilli ln-t, on tie- tiroml and
cm Hi .Muii.l.iy nfi'ui Ii ihiiiilli.
Mr. I'. l-'IUerald has Just received ami
Iiiii on sale nt lit sales room a large stock
nf Kn);IMi ale, jiottc-r. llenncs-y brandy
slid tlne, ami lliiior of nil kinds, which
Uc will dispone of at reasonable prices.
:!$0-t-'J.Y I r.
!! I he llcol.
Dr. Selli Arnold's Conh Killer tbc
treat nadlcalor lor n'l luuj dl-eases a su
perior remedy to all otber uicdlrlues yet
discovered, In setcre cues. HI it sure,
uulck, ami pctfcitly safe remedy lor
coughs, colds, soro lliroit, whooping cntn;h
iroiip, an. I all dltea-cs of lliu lliroit slid
lim. He all pile, and .V cents anilel.
Any hottlu Hut iIoim not relief may lie
returned, nr.ilthu money will lie refunded.
Dr. Silli Arnold' DiarrlniM llatssin, "J.'iainl
hO cents. ItciiiiMiihcr It l warrjiilcd. Ar
nold' HII lout .Mandrake 1'ilN, operating
WlViout slckucts and iln, Compounded
by Dr. e Hi Arnold's Medical Corporulhn,
Wootu'jrkct, It. I. Sold dy I'.iill U.fccliuh,
ilrulct, Cairo, III. .'.Vl-'.!."i-:im.
I.iiiIIch' I'liriiiihliii; Miirr,
A ladles' furnishing store hi;tct'ii opened
In the Tlicutre buildlnc;, and Mucked with
n lull Hue orcvcrylhln: pertaining to ladles''
wtar ready-mad i dtvs-es, underwear,
ilc- all ol tie latest styles, and will be sold
at lower figures than etcr before ollrrod la
Cairo. These goodi were pun haled Id
New York, are of (lie lint material, and
will lie sold very reasonable. A No Milli
nery goods of all kind. SO-IOMm.
The Nlolc Mmdity School Cttmriitloii.
Tim Set cutt-cntli Annul Convention of
tin: Statu Su-day School Association ol Illi
nois will he held in I ho City orAlt.iii,'Iues
day, Wednesday and Thursday, .May-y."th,
liGtli and 27lli, b", .otnmciiclii Tiirnlay,
at 10 i. ra.
Kacb county In the Sutc. except Cook, U
rntitlcd to t ; tlrleatci, 'I'lio number from
Cook rounly U not limited. Tlio jiro-Kraiiiim-will
! publMicd oon, and for
wanted to tau v maty SVcrttarlen. The ar
rngeinent'i lor Hie contention git o protn
In) of a ni'itt pr.itlatile nud ilcaa.tnt ulun.
County h'eereLirleii ktu reipictted to liato
Hil iiutlcc pnblMied In the cointy piperi.
II. K. .Iacoiis,
Chairman or tin; Executive Commltteo.
i;cr.' S.'t cm Vriin.,
phyilolo'lttt my, the human body In en
tirely limbed and renewed. Every mo
ment oln r liver, every part of our liodlen
U Wearing out and U bulut; built up nuiv
of lreli matter. TiiU work l aceoinplUhcd
by tho blood which noei throtili every
yart. Hut If this bbod becomes weak or
vltlited, and doe uot perform In work
properly, tho system U acttully polsouu I
by the worn-out matter eloin tho tltal
ori'uiH Instead of leaving I lie body, h'or
dyspepsia, biliousness, kidney, skin and
liver troubles, levers, and all dlsoa-m ariv
ins from tltlated blood, Die. W'il.KKU'S
(. AMKoll.M.1 Vinkoak IHlTSlts are a -ov-erulitn
.Vol It Lumber.
llavitii; u.iId erlablUhcd mytclr Id tho
Lumber biifiuess, at the Wall & Cut Mill,
1 am prepared to fell lumber of all kind-,
I till anil thlugledat whok'.jlo and. retail,
mid to oiler ex ra inducement at all times,
guaranteeing tho lowest possible prices.
Vl.'-ri-ll-lm. .).?. McUaiieV.
Look out lor Voiir Itnifv.
lit addition to paying tin; lav on ilof,'s
niidslutf, the owner orsatnoiiiiistyoiniily
with thU iiamgrapli in ordinance No. :i,
Sr, l"i : "That no ilo or slut shall, lic
tweeu tlio llwt tlay of .luiti! und thu llrst
day ol Novi'inlnT, run at largo within thi;
limits of cald city, wlthiiitt having a suli
Manlial win or leather iniu.h; sccnruly
iHsleiicd over ami around Its mouth,"
Ac. N'o exception can or will In; mailt
to the iv(iiirf incuts ol'thW orilluauoi.1.
V. .M. Williams,
Tvo.lloro tVntfou I'or Niilc.
A new waijon lor alu at bargain. Ap
ply al the Bui.l.KliN counting-room. If.
Mill III Itie riel.l.
Mr, l'lil I II. Satip wishes to announce to
liN Irletidii and the public KcneraUy, that
lie lias lately lilted up, in excellent style,
bis commodious und conidiruble parlorii on
Wnshliigtou avenue, uoar Klghtli ntreet,for
the entertainment of those ol our cltlzoni
mid the lot of mankind who lndulgo in
lee eram, oda water, conl'ectlonerleif, ,Ve
and Ikat hu i ptepired tu lutulsli to citi
zens of Cairo, U home or nl liH patlurM,
aiiylliliie; In Ids line. I'hil. Is well known
to uiirrltlzeiis, and as Ids rooms are very
pleasantly tilted up, and m ho can always
be found at his post, day nr tilylit, to look
after the welfare, of bin customer, we be
speak for biai that custom which Ins enter
prbe merits. Ill Ice cream and lemonade
are delicious, his fcoda water Is not equalled
by any In tlia city, and a (ar m conlectlon
tiles are eoncui ued, It cannot ho ileuled
tint his stock Is always the best In tlio city,
AUltOUA BUCK IIKKIt nt I.ouls
Vornl nutl liislriimciilnl .tluslc.
Mrs. Mons.'iirat will resuinii teaching
on tlio 25th Inst, All desiring n classical
education In piano miislo will commence
as early as pofslblu. Vocal Instritetlon,
aeeordlng to tho old Italian masters,
thoroughly taught; also, harmony and
thorough bass. Classes In solfeggio. .
IlOlfH ! IIOUN I loii 1 1
Ou ami ufter Juini 1st, l"fi, all do;;s run
nlng at largi), ou which tax has not been
in Id will ho disposed or. Call at tho City
Clerk's otllco and pay tux.
o-8-td. wu. M. Williams,
WKDXKSHAV, .MA V ffll, 1875.
I.rl Wmllifr ltt'iorl.
CaIho, ll.l... Ma) it, K.'.
VlU I WtAlimti
7 it m
'J p in.
Itidtindl ."1 Ini'lirs.
IIIOMAS .lONHS, S.rKl. S. S.,1). ft. A.
Two colored men, while returning to
their homes I'roui it festival, held some
whereon l'lflci iitli lreet, Monday nlglit,
got into a ttarrul and battered each oilier
mound until (oj):d by Homi; eonipan
loii. Xvlthrt' was hurt very badly.
(itiariliatis dcliniUeul In tin; billon lug
guarillaiisblps have been cited by Judge
llross to report tit the next term of I he
court and some ol Iheui to llle new
bonds. A ll-t of thu delliniueut guardi
ans will Ix; given to-morrow.
A I.IIIIp In-Hiior I'lciilr.
The pupils of Miss Thompson's school
will, on Friday afteruo'iti, indulge in a
pleasant little In-door picnic;. There will
be some straw bcrric, iike, ni.iybv a lit
tle cream, and jut etiuugh of literary ex-erci-es
to giye cplce to the occasion.
The little pupil; nre all agog about the
matter, and will no doubt make tin lr
I'rlday ariernoon fe-llvlties very pleanr
. A splendid string hand, beaded by
I'rof. Wlttlg, honored the I!t:i.i.r.TiN on
Monday evening with n serenade. The
band Is eoiupo-ed ol a number ol young
men Irom the age of eighteen to twenty
years1, wlio have procured the ervlces of
I'rof. Wittlg as a teacher. For the time
the boys have Wu under Instruction,
they do exceedingly well, mid they should
not give up.
The Nl ret-lii
The street committee, Me.rs. Fatter,
Voettm, Parker, Lancaster und Thi-tle-wood,
in company witli Mayor Winter
and .SiiiMTvisor (iossuiau, took u stroll
about the city, yesterday afternoon, ior
the purpo! of viewing tlio numerous
ruL. sink ''oles, etc., with tthleli our
streets nre oriatuenteil. Tho committee
propo-o Ket'.ing to work ou tho Hr.st tlay
ol June, nr.il giving tlte streets n com
The ladies of the MethodNt church are
preparing for a grand Festival, to take
place on next Tuesday evening, in the
building belonging to Mrs. Scott White,
corner Sixtli street and leyw. The
promlm.nl features of tho refreshments
will lie lei; cream and stawlicrrlcs In
abundance. They Intend to sparej no
pains to make the cutertulnmcnt a mic
res, and hope to receive '.lie lllieral pat
ronage which the jiooplo of this city have
always extended them on similar occa
The CulUrt Mfswge, publMiisl in Cape
ijirardeau, in peaking of the tuarrigo of
Mr. Ueuiiis J. Foley, of this city, says :
"D. .1. Foley led to the altar of Hymen
one ol Cairo's accomplished daughters
last iiioiith. Joy and happiness to you,
I). .1." Tin; uno paper say-: "P.
Purcell, of Cairo, IHIuoN, whll-t at
tending the nuptiatsof ids (ilend Foley
Imagined that ho heard a voice telling
him to go and do likewise, and he did -o.
Tho M(.iwf( wi-hes the genial P. a hot
of congratulations, and hope, that do
mestic broils may never llud a place In
Arbuckle'N llnklnir I'owiler.
For the past few days, we have been
using Arbuokle's IS.iklng powder, and
we can eonildeutly recoiiitncnd it to our
readers as one of I he best powders now
In the market. It makes white, light
and spongy bWcuIt mid Is excellent for
nil other purposes (or which baking pow
der Is ti'ed. Xow, when It is known
that with till tlte virtues of the be.t pow
ders hi use, a box of the Arbttckle pow
der, of the slu of tlio boxes of other
brands sold for lllty cent, contains two
ounces more pow'der than sinh boxes
and Is sold for forty cents per box. The
largo quantity of Jinking powder used
in neatly all families makes tho saving of
ten cents ou each pound, by using Ar-
buckle h powder, no Inconsiderable Hem.
The powder Is for sale by O. I). Wil
We stated yesterday that the grand
Jury was impanelled for tho next two
tvcek. We should have staled traverse
Jury. The former has been organized
and grinding out Indictments since lasl
.Monday week, and continues to grind to
tills day how much longer wc are unable
Circuit Court is making r.itltcr slow
progress ; but It Is thought tlio pleadings
will be settled lit a few days, when mat
ters will nut more smoothly.
William .Murray, whoso trial by Jury
began on Monday, was found guilty of
atteniptlngtostealGraco Winsor'.s watch,
and was recommended lo take up bis
abodeJn tlio penitentiary for ono year.
James Morris, who was Indicted for
stealing $180 of Mojos Uutson, living In
lla.lewood precinct, repented ol Ills way
wardness, and withdrawing his former
pleaol not guilty, plead guilty.
Charllu Wllllaun, ono nl Cairo's insti
tutions, was tried by a Jury of his coun
trymen, ou the charge of stealing some
of Ilowio llro's hams. Ho will not as
sist the country gentlemen to sell "ap
pies, potatoes mid wntcrinlllloiis" this
seoson In our city, as his ivMdoncu will bo
(Jotlago or two story, with good accom
modations. Address or apply to I), F.
lennU, Howe Sowing Machine Olllce.
Ham. Tim. I Wind.
f.i.bU in I Culm
ffil.eVi Nf I N.
i.Hii : x.
A IV w Keittnrkx Irmii IIik t'ltlrn I'tm.
Hon n I'i'lt'liriilliiii .Hay lr Unl I'p.
The following communication, In re
gard to a Fourth of 'July celebration,
from Mr. .1. .Sclileslnger, wa received ou
Monday evening, but too late for publi
cation In yesterday's Issue.
C.tiito, III., May'JIIh, 1S7.V
Mn. F.ntioit: Your paper, as well a a
the Umrttt and the Nun, hate several
times advocated the celebration of the
Fourth of July, thcOiUh birthday or our
beloved country, but as yet, 1 have failed
to see that any ot our numerous societies
have taken the matter in hand. J have
lived In a good many places ol the Cul
led States, but none can brag ot more
musical talent, belter organized lire com
panics and other societleo, tlian Cairo,
and it all of them would for once unite,
a perfect success In celebrating the glotl
ntis Fourth would be the result.
I therefore propose, that the leaders of
all musical soclcll s meet together, (brass
as well as string band',) choose mid
practice souk; patriotic songs, announce
rehearsals In which every man. woman
and child shall take a patt, and with the
accompaniment of tbo-e eou-olidated
bauds, Join hi singing these ou Hie
ground'', selected for the occasion. A
belter place than "St. Mary's Park"
could not be found. Orators could de
liver the speeches, read tlio constitution,
Ac, the whole to conclude with u picnic
and dance. Karly in the morning the
allalr could be preceded by a grand pa
rade of all societies and citizens through
our principal streets.
If this thotild meet with the approba
tion of my fellow-cltl.eii", I hope that
you will count our "Cairo Concordia
.Singing Society" in for one of them.
Who will make tho llrt move after this
suggestion, ami confer with J'atil (1.
Schuh, the president of the Concordia, or
their lender, your humble servant,
A Klllt IJonl.
We learn that a young lady read
ing with her parents In this city, mid
who, it Is said, Is quite a favorite with
her father, lias Tor some lime pa-t been
in Hie habit ofaecompanylng that gentle
man to the barnyard every evening,
aller tea, to keep him company while,
performing tho duty of giving ids horse
his evening meal.
On the evening In question, the two
started forth as usual, tlio young lady
looking as .stvect as a bunch of onion
top, and apparently as happy asa lark,
she having spent half tho afternoon In
making her toilet, a very good looking
and estimable young gentleman having
'out her word that it was his Intention to
make a friendly call after ho had finished
his day's labor.
The father, who is well oil' in this
world of trouble, is possessor, among
other thing', of a largo William goat,
which Is kept in the barn, the old gentle
man lH-llet lng, as a great many of his fel
low lM-lngs do, that goats are n "good
tiling to have about horses."
J lie llllnlll OH tills imrtluiiMr in,
seemed to bo In an unusual slate of hilar
ity. Ho jumped and frisked about, much
to the Joy of tho young lady, who called
the attention of her father to the fact, as
the animal was gamboling around her.
Tho old gentleman, by this time, had
ascended the ladder to Hie hay mow, and
was engaged In throwing hay to (lie
lower tloor. The goat, in the meantime,
had left his mistress and took a position
ou the opposite side of the stable. The
old gentleman heaved down a large
arm lull of hay, and with It an egg,
which the young lady observed as It
rolled to the lloor. She was standing
witli her face toward the goat, and taking
a step forward, exclaimed, "Oh papa, see
what come down with the bay;" with
this she bent over and was about to pick
up tho egg. when she suddenly leltsome
thing come In contact with her head,
which made a total wreck of her eatogan
braid, and completely knocked tho tea
soiling powers out of her.
Tin,' old gentleman, who had witnessed
he, billy goat charge ou Ills daughter
from the loft, sprang to the lloor below,
Jti-t In time to keep the playful billy tliat
had turned with a suppressed "bo-ah-ah"'
walked on his hind feet, while cleaving the
air with his front ones, kick to Ids former
position from completely knocking the
breath out nl the unfortunate voting
The billy seeing tho young lady bend
down, to pick up the egg, and having
caught a full vlow of her head,
had mi-interpreted her intent ton, think
ing sho meant light.
The young lady being in no condition
to receive company so soon after the ad
venture with tho William, caused the
young gentleman, of whom wo have
spoken, to bo Informed that It was uot
o-juveulcnt for her to receive hint that
evening, as sho had had a "light with her
father' billy goat, and that tho goat had
got away witli her."
A good German girl, who can rook
and do general house-work', will Und
steady employment by applying at the
Central Hotel, Sixth Street, between
Commercial and Washington avenue.
C-'J.clv. Katii: AiTi.i:.i.tN.
Ilnoms to rent in Wilcox's lllock.
' tiK.NKIUL Aiii:.vr,
n, 111., May 22, 1H7.'. J
Ou the new schedule taking ellect to
morrow tho Slid, passengers can secure
sleeping ear lx-rths at passenger depot,
any time alter 10:110 p. in. Jah. Johnson,
5-2.WU. (len'l Agent.
We will take, at tlio St. Charles Hotel,
diirlin,' tho summer months, riOdiyboirdeM,
at ifli per month, andM) hoarders with cool,
pleas.nt room on tho upper lloor, ut 4:10
per iiioiith. Attbli extremely low rite,
none, hut promptly pay lot boardots will bo
accepted. Jkwmt Wilcox Jt Co.,
Steamer Jim Flk, Pmhicah.
" Tom Shlrlock, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat Jno. Slcan and barge, St. L.
" Iter nud barge, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim risk, Poditeab.
Tom Shlrlock, New Orleans.
" Julia, St. Louis,
row-boat Jno. Means, Ironlon.
Jim Fisk, Paducah ; Laura L. Davis,
City of Helena, St. Lonl; Fannlo Ta-
tuiii, Ohio river; Hnrksville, Nashville;
Con-. Millar, Minneola, City or Vleks
burg, from the South.
ItlVLII, AN! WKAIIIKIt.
The river has been stationary during
the past 21 hours.
The weather was clear anil very hot
yesterday, while guts pa"cd us ou all
sides. Atfl o'clock lat evening, without
any warning, ti pull" of wind caino rolling
across the river from the tiorth-caM, that
made tiling- tremble. It lasted probably
live minutes, nud did no particular dam
age. flKNLItAI. JTIIMS.
The Jno. T. Means had 1. 100 tons
iron ore for I ronton.
. The Future City's barges are making
The Charlie llrown takes a tow of coal
to Memphis from Louisville.
The Tho'. Shlrlock and Glencoe bad
big trips for the South.
The Commonwealth took 10,000
packages and lit" head of stock Into Xew
Tho Future City's cargo on ,'l barges
amounted to 20,'j7: packages, Including
7,.Vi:i barrels llour, 8,1121 sacks corn. !,SA'i
sack oats.Mi ca'es oil. She had also
two barges of lee.
Miss Laura L. Havi", Tor whom tho
steamer Laura I.. Davis was named, was
married at the residence or her rattier in
Kdgeilcld, opposite Xahvllie, last Thurs
day, to Mr. Frank A. Worley or Indiana,
('apt. JS. W. Ditgan did not come
yrste'day, but sent Diver 'Jno. Croyer
who brought the new name in bis vest
pocket. lie returned hist evening and
goes to St. Charles to lltilsh hN work or
wrecking the St. Luke.
Tho thing Is settled. "Horace Hyde"
was yesterday painted on tho wheel-
hou-e or Capt. Dngan's new wreck
ing boat. It is a good name, well
cho-eu, and very appropriate. Like her
namesake sho looks to tho river for her
'item'," and like her namesake she uses
water its a beverage.
On Sunday morning last, when the
Cha. Morgan was just below Memphi
a deck passenger named Tom Gilbert,
who was suffering from the effects or a
drunken spree. Jumped overboard and
was drowned. On the same day above Os
ceola, aoutlier deck paKenor, a French
man named Celctlers Tbcvenot, In a IU
or insanity, brought on by sickness,
sprang overboard, iiinl before tlio yawl
could reach him, drowned.
W All llCCAIII Wl.NT, lilt til ItkCOIir,
.May r. Ie75.
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Cincinnati lu 3 -
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61. IxinU 17 0 0, 0
Xollcc of Rrinovill.
Tho wclMcnotm barber idiop, corner
Kighth und Commercial, presided ovr by
the popular artist, Ccorge Steiuliouse, has
removed ono door north on Commercial, In
.ho (iratid Central Hotel. The new shop U
urgo and commodious, and those wishing
for anything artistic In the way of fashion
Me hair rutting, smooth shaves, etc., will
Jo well to call at the (Hand Central Harlicr
Open every day of the week.
Corrected Dally by K. M Sleanu, ronimlssloii
inerclunit, brcrrtary of the luiio Hoard ol
Flour, according to Kntdc 11 k7 1,1
Corn, mixed, eurked s.'n
Corn, wlille, Ntckrd 5-Mi:
iiits, mixed ky'ihs
limn, per ton ... Mne
Mint, steam dried M W
Ilutter, rhotrt Northern ('f-Tii
Iluttrr.rholce Southern HI '.'iijv.
KjfK4 Iper dozen l-c
Chickens, jierilozt'ii , t 7.1
'liirWi'js, iHirduirn .... fel.'i U)
1'utato, inTlwrel I'jJOO
Onions. i.-r barrel iM'ftS en
Pieplant .......... 7e
AsiuruKin do , $1 li
Notice to Contractori.
SeaU'd proposals tvl'l he received at my
olllce until fi o'clock p, ui. ol Tuesday, the
1st day of June, li'o, lor furnish
lug tlio material and doing the work tor
hulidltiu; tho mitlulslied portion of brick
sldawalk on the north sido ofKlghth street,
between WHsliluytmi ut enilo and Walnut
street, und the iinlliiisuod portion on north
ami south Hide olSutontli street, between
Washington nvciiuo and Walnut street, and
noxt ndloinin;' Kild avenues on each lido
or Waslilutoii avenue, betweon Klghth and
Ninth streets, Icm that portion belonging to
tho proprietors of tho City llrowory. the
city coiiuell rciervc the rllit to reject any
and all proposals.
1 1 VM. KltKNCH AXblJV,
Caiko, III., May wtli. 187S.
In Chanoory MaBtor'a Solo.
Stuto of Illinois, Alexander county ss.
In the Alexander county Jlrcult Court.
.Samuel M.Orr t. David F.drlllln, ct al
l'uhlhi notlco Is hereby given that in pur
suaiico of a decree rendered lu tho. above
entitled caiiolnald Court at HioMuy Tonu
thereof, a 1. W L 'hu (J. lUiiusn,
Master In Chancery of mid enmity, ttlll, on
tho 18th day of June, A. 1. IHT.'i.afio'elock
p. in. of said day, toll at public vendue lo
thu highest bidder, lor cash, (siiblo. t to tho
equity of Nidoniptlon,) st the irout door of
the Court llouso in tho city of Cairo. Illi
nois, the household estate o; the said do
fondanf, David V. (Irlflln. iiiand lo lot mini
hercd Tlilrty-Bevoo. (37.) in Hlock numbered
8oveiity-ono,(7l,) in tlie city pt Cro,
counly of Aloxaiider, Stutool lllluoli, to
guther with the building tacreon sltuato
lid thereunf) lieloiiglDf,
JOHN H. JIAltMAN,
Mister In Chancery.
OAlito, III,, My 27th, 1B7S, tM-5.37-tv.
GRAND MAY PICNIC.
TO ni: II1VKX II V TIIK
CAIRO TURNER SOCIETY,
ln Niinilny, Mnjr no, IH7!,
At the Beautiful and Romantic HUU of Ken
tucky, Near Fort Jefferion.
Tim will-known Steamer "Three Slaten"
lias been chartered lor the occasion, and
will cotitey the party to the grounds. Thu
boat w 111 leave tlio foot of fourth street, as
follows: Klrttlrlp, t) a. m. ; return, VI
m. Secnndtrlp, H'10 p. tu. ; return,
p 111. Third trip, :i p. 111,: return, 7. p. in.
'inc. excellent Dotla VI ty Cornet Hand,
and a splendid string band have been en
gaKcil lo fill tilth iiiutlc. Itetrislimcnts or
nil kinds will ho oullio grotiti Is, A good
time Is anticipated.
TleXets for round trip, cent" j children,
Tickets cm be obtained at tho fullowlnr
K..V W. Under, Louis llrrbett, Win.
Alb, I'. (1. Sehllh, t'ha. .Schocnetiieycr,
hd. Iluefner, T. .M. Morkllctti, Amnulus
lacokel, Ci'y Hrewery.
Tlie Old Itt-llntilr.
I hereby nntioiinco to Hie public that 1
am belter prepared than evrrto acomnio-
late my patrons at the C ntral Hotel, on
Sixth streot, between Commercial and
Washington avenue-. I have taken a part
ner In tho tiotcl business, Mr. Appfcmin,
who uai'linl CJtislderablo experience lu
tint line, und Will not fall to make guests
feel at home. The table will always be
supplied with tho be-t the 111 irket allord",
served up In the most palatable liriiincr.
Hoard and lojglng per Week, ft fiD ; single
meal', 2rn lo be had at all hours. 1 hate
a'.o lu connection with my hole1, a Ilt-t-cUss
barbo." shop, and am prepared to give
tlstomcrs a glod shav , hatr-cut, slmnpoo-
lug, etc. I will run three chairs, and have
employed tou-orlal attl-t- who uuderstaiid
their business. Slitting, in tents ; thatu-
pooiug, 'l1) cent ; and hulr cutting, 'l' ccuti.
Ulve tne a call. I'ltoK. V. liiiKIiCL.
.Mrs. Ilouuardoircri her services as aslck
nurse. She Is experienced in all kind 111
mindug. l'ubllc patiocago rcspectliilly so
Helled. Leave orders on Cedar street, be
tween Twenty-'! bird ucd Twenty-Konrth
streets, lu the Porter Home, or 1. (). Hox
11 t CIkii r Tolinceo ,
Tred Teicbm.m, at his cigar and toba?c
store on Llhtli street, has Just received a
lart'e and complete atsortinent or pipes, etc.
anJ a Intgu stock of the best br.indsol smo
king and chewing tobacco. T.'s stand
ard cigar always on hand, (ilvc him 11 etll.
40 1-ri-lM au
t.imt'li t I.imrli !
The blggcs. lunch ever set in Cairo, will
be spread every morning at tho Planters'
House. Wiener beer Is the great attrac
tion. It pays to tlslt 1I10 riintcrn' Ilouso
and try a drink of thl', tlie linen beer ever
olfered in this city. 4HI ri-VJ-Sw.
tlo ntut lcr.
l.atidloriU ot hotels and boarding bouses
nllltinditto their sdvantae to call upon
Mrs, Coleman, Laundress, No VI I'ourlh
street, between t tslilnglon and Commer
ilal avenues. Hotel and bourdlng-uouse
wa-hlni,',"cciilsperdo.en. l-'oi plceuwork
prices are as lollows: SIiikIo shirt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen SOcj socks ,c; two col
lars, Be; two liaudkcrehlels, fie; vests 'J(K-;
and all gentlemen's wear, Hde. per
dozen. Ladles' dresses, to ride;
skirts 10 to 20c; drawors 10 to l.'c; two
pair hose Cc; two collars r to PY. for la
dles' plain clothes $1 0(1 per dozen; lor la
dles lino clothes, $t 'i'i per dozeu; done
dramptly, and promptlv delivered, l'.i
IIoe UnllM oTEtery lcscrlillon
PIIII. II. SALT'S.
I'liuiOHinl Ortfim Tuiillitf.
Mr. M. ICulilie delres us to say Hut he Is
ready lo recclte orders for l'huo ami Or
,'an tuning, and rcpalrlni; musical instrti
iiicnts. Orders may he lull nt the cottier ol
Thirteenth and Walnut streets, or 1. O.
Ilov WO, and will tecelVe prompt attention,
Frank ICratky, of the Union Hat.cry,
Comiucrclal uveuile, iietwten I'ouitii and
Sixth streets, bus rc-npened his bakery, aad
Is now prepared to deliver lireid and Cakes
of tlio best ipiallty, anywhere in tlio city or
country, in such ijuaiititles as his custom
ers may desire. Prices will bo mado en
tirely with roferiiico to the ptesent bird
ttmcs; lu other word', choaper than the
cheapest, .Send In your ordem.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for ymuiK men frin tlo ef
fectH of errors and abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage removed. New method ol treatment.
New and remarkable teiiicdies. Honks
and circular sent tree, in sealed envelopes.
Address, HOYVAltD ASSOCIATION', till
N. Ninth street, 1'hlladelphla, l'n. anlimtl
tullon lintlnt; a high n putution fur hnunr
at lo conduct and professional skill.
.VI l-d ,t tv-Uin.
Mooting of tho Stockholders
Cairo & Gt. Loulultullroud Company.
llUIII.IO notice h lieuby Kb en "'at Hit iv lli
.L be lit ld it Ilin llliKol' llic iturMiiildel of Hie
Cairo & Nt Liuils llnlhuud l'niiiiiiiy, ill I In
station lioiiieof said t'uiiiiaiiy, III Hie city ot
ICast M. I.iiiils, lu the county of bt Cijlrand
htulf ul'llllnuh, on
.Miimlny Hie 'JMIIi lliij tl' June, A. I.
at Hie ImiiMofili'vi-n o'clock a. m.,l'ortliHiiir
iHwuor Mien and tlu ie cUclini! by said slck
liolilns M-i ii illiis tnrs fur said i-iiiiiuiiy lor Hit
t'lisilliiK )iar, and llirn mid tlit'iv lr in;:ii tlnir
biieli oilier liuslmus u)KHaliiini; lo said com
iiaiiy us sliall cunie Iwime wild liits-llnif
A I'll 1 1 iitlciiilaiiceof nil the nlocklioldeis In
ealdciiuuiany is iciucstcdhicl much ileilml
J. W. SAVIN,
W , S.8KAUI.S,
V. K. CANIIA,
V. It. A It'll 1 1' It,
Hlnrkholdent C. A St I.. It, It Cn
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WIioImaIs and Retail ImW la
Foroifen and Domottio
UI1,M OF Al ii KINIM,
No. 60 Ohio Levoe,
MK99ltr. mmi A CO, have antlv
n lartre stock of the best good In Hit- inur
ket, and Kite rsM-clal attrntinn tntM "liulejHlt
rmieli ut ttir tnulni-ts
ICE ! JJ ICE !
HUSE, LOOMIS tSc CO.,
Take irimt iilmurr til iiniinmirlnir that tlit-y
art- now niattsl to aupply evtrybmly with
i.riliPicry Ix-tt iiMtlly, t-llhi r nl tlieir tunnel or
at tin- stores Unlcrs sliould Iw I.-il at the
No. GO Olilo Lovco, CAIIIO, ILL,
IOE! IOE!! ICE!!!
Wliolrt.il and IteUll Hiidrr in
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo nnd Kankakco, III.
At Hulen &WUson'i, ComerTwulfth St.
und Ohio Iaivoo.
Xwill run an Ice tragen throiiRliniit the
hiusuu, drliterliiK pure l.ilr Uti hi any
part t)l" tlit- clly uttln- luwitt nmrl.i t (irliv, mid
will ulsotiiriiisli my rririets outside the city with
tf lit the rake or oir bnwl, packed In eavvdixt
or nfilimient louuv distance.
Covnor 33ieli.tli. JSIta-cot,
WH, WETZK1.. Proprietor.
ATltUaTV wateli tcpl U' " .lr-T
IimIm Ul.l I.iiiImwIs.
The ln-st of lU'roiliniodatlnli for tranalflil
Kliest ut'l'Wo Ilill.ira Hril.iv. 3-ltf-tf
Wholesale, Retail and
Comer Poplar ucd Kltivunth Streets.
SsaTlIiKbost Cash Prico nnid far
IIoks and Cat tlo.
"A cixniilcli- I'lelttrlul HUttiryof the
I'litifit" "Tlit Itetl, rlieiiieitl, nntl
iiiovl Miii-t'CKStiil I'HMilly I'liiicr
In lilts I'iiIuii
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