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.10 RN H. OKKRLY. UIMTOK.
(JA'IKO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1875
xfUX v.tc.ti.o.N i.oiiiiK, no. r.i j
U&M Kiili?lit nl 1'jtlil.n, lin.lei r I'll- .
(v5yv) Ij) iiixhl it I li:ill n-l ii-tfii( in l.l
ty I-1 lion ' Hall I K i.Ai k.
AI.I:AMtl.lt I.OIMlK, M "ft! I.
-jpTb7- ltil-KiiI it (ml.ri.i odd-Kri
Tt"JCT- tort. Hurt m iy I HiimLij' nlKlit
'"Ann"''" ul li.iff .u-l seirii, III IImIi lull 1.11
1 1. iiiiii' M l.il uiniiir, li lwi-fii sixth Hint m mil
ai'il lull II liiiMMAX, .N. Ii.
Ciaiko kni.ami'.nhTvi. i i). o. r.. niM-ik
'In OiM-lVlluvtt' Hall un llie llrM uwl thiol
Iik.Jh In rtiry (ilolill) ul li.ilf-1 -.l-1 (run
I K .-HI K, C. I'.
n I AIltOI.OIMlK. VI) riT, V A A Jl.
-tfV- llulil ri'pnlnr oiniiiiiM.'ati.iii. In Ma
JJ lilc Mall, corner I otl.un lt t.tl uti niir
' itnl I.IkIiIIi ulrn I, on ll.f i-i'intl ami
y j i tit .MutnUr tf iti li iiiuiitli
Mr. I. t'iugirald tia Jtt-t received alul
tins mi sale al hi mIcs room a large stock
nf I'nglldi alt.-, porter, Ileum's brandy
utl wbie-, nml lltlor iif nil Uwl, which
lie will dipoe of al reasonable rl r .
.l the Urol.
Dr. Sc'li Arnold') C'oiiIi Klllcr-tlie
Krcat rrnillcator lor :i I Inn ' dicas h u
pcrior remeJy toall olkcr ine.Jhiucn vet
dlciivercd, In severe eaes. It I a ute,
ipikk, alul perfectly iU remedy lor
coughs, cold', sore llitoit, whooping i-nugh
-roup, Mid all dl'case of tin throat mil
luugr. lte'all ptlee, '.5 ami f0 corn- arnl f 1.
Any liotllv tint doe not give rclh f lit ty In;
returned, ar.dllic money mil Ik; rcluidd.
Dr. .Srtli Arnold' Diarrlm i lt d in 25 and
Mcsnt. Hcinomiicr L is warranted. Ar
nolds llil lorn Mandrake l'ill, operating
wP.hout sickness and pain. Compounded
by Dr. sictli Arnold's .Medical CorporatI ni,
WooD0iVtt. It. I. sold by I'atll I i.. -'chilli,
druc-i't, Cairo, III. :iV.!Ei.'l(il.
Ijiilh-t' I'lintisliliii; Mure
A ludle'furnihliii' turn lm-;iifii opened
in I lie 'I'll cat re building, and 'locked villi
u lull !lr.eofcvcr thing psriainltii't'i ladles'
wtar ivadj.tnatl i !rcne, underwear,
etc.- til nl the litest "lyle, and will be sold
ut lower iljiirvn tliaa ever before ollcred In
.mo. These goods wen- purcba'cd In
Now York, arc of tin bo.t material, and
will be -old cr.. rcauian le. Al-o Mil I
licry good of all kind. Wi-A-'M-im.
'I III' Mule .SiiimIm.v Si'IkiiiI 4'llll.Cllllllll.
I'Iiu t'ti'titcu:itli Aiimiit Convention ol
1 lie Malo Ml day Kcbcul Arsjci.i'ton ol Mil
iul wnl be lit M in llu-lily ol Altt.it, 'I lies
ijjy, WrUncittny and Tliiirnliy. .May 2Slh,
Jllth aril STtli. lkTS, iiiiMiifiicin Tin.-.tUy,
at 10 . in.
Jicli county In tb( -tat. rvct-pt L'onk, U
vntillcd In tn tUlu;aii - 'I'hs uuubcr Ironi
i.'ook county U not limited The pro
1,'riinir.i; will b! published toon, and lot
wrdi:d to ttie county tiecrctarl. The ur
rungement' lor the convention ive iirotr..
in: of a mol prjtl'nblc and plesiant ier'1 n.
'otinly --ccril.irleii arc reiputett to hae
till- it'itlcu publlhed In the county pajtci..
II. I". .Iacoic,
CliH'rrnan ol'tln I'viiciilivf Cnniiiilllef.
i: r Si-ki'H Y'i.
plrl-jliij-Wt hv, th( hmn.in b,tly i u
tirciy cliani'datid roitcweJ. I'tcry tin
iniutnln r llC", cvciy pait ol our btdio
i wearing out mid li In In;.' built up anew
of frcli unttcr. TlihworkUaieonipliihcd
by the blood whluli soi lhri)u,'Ii every
juvt. Hut if the bbnil lucoiue weak or
ltl.U'd, and tloi i U''l pelfoini It t wot I.
propel ly, tlte aytem Ii iicttully poionul
by the worn-out in liter elrwln llu v It il
urjfaii In'tcnJ nr le.iinj; the body, r'or
ilypi'Pla, bllimiiitc, kidnuy, iklu and
liver tioubtcs lever, ami all dl. aei tn lr
inj; Irom ltlated blood, Dli. Vai.iKU'
u.uoiiM v ViNi:o.it III n Kits are, n o -rciL'ii
. ul let l.iiiuber.
llaviut; ugiln Chtnlill'hud mytcU' In the
Lumber budnc", ut the Wall .V Kut Mill,
I am prepared to M'll luuiber of all kind,
I .III i mid rlili t'lesiit ho'calj and retail,
.iiul to oiler ct r.i inducement i nt all time,
k'UulMnVein;,' tin lowet jio-ilble price.
4)'.ri.il.m. .1. MlIIiiikv.
I.uo'i mil lor Yitiir Iiik.
Ill addition to luyiuj,' tlm lux on iloj
nml IiiIn tin owiH'roi'-aini'iiiiHt.i'oniply
wllh tlil pur.wr.iph In onllii;iiiri No. It,
s.f, '"h:it no iluj; or Mut liull, Iil-
uvi'i'ii tli.i llrt il.iv of .lime nml the lli'-l
day o Noveiiilicr, run :it laro wltliln tin
limits of i-ald city, witlunit lmiu;ra siil-
-liiutlal win- or lcntlier iiiii.Ii 'ucurcly
lHti;iii'il over ami around Its uumtli,"
Ac. No I'xivpllon ran or will lie made
lo Hie rcqiilii'inents ofiliU ordinance.
W. M. Wii.i.umk,
THU'Ilurxo Wuuoii for Knlo.
A now wagon lor aalu at bargain, Ap
ply ut the Huli.ktin eoiinting-rooiu. If.
Nllll In tilt liild.
Mr. I'lill II, Saup wbkes to iiiinonccu to
bis Irlends and the public Kencally, that
lie hit Utely lilted up, In excellent Mjle,
liU coniuindioua and coiufortablo p triors on
ralilntoii avenue, nour Klhth htret't.for
the entertilnuifliit of lhne o our cltlen
and the lest of mankind who ludillgo In
bu croiiu, kiula water, coiitVctloncrlce, &t
uiult:at lie Ih ptepjivd to liiiuMi to fill
.umof Cairo, it homo or ut Id pailir,
anytlilni? In IiIj line, l'lnl, Is well known
to oiireltlzeim, mid tn hl rooms are very
pleasantly lilted up, ami ho ean nlwaj s
bu found nt his pnt, duy or nl'Ht, to look
after tho wt'Uare ofliU tustiiiu'ri, wo be
peak for id -it tlmt ciMhiii which his enter
prUe merits, ills ice creiuu and lemoiudo
nro dcllijlous, liU todii water U nnteiuallcd
by liny In tho illy, and u l.ir us confection
f-iipd, U ,eauiiot be denied
Tlirii-shA! , .M W .'7, ItTf..
I.uriil W. uIIht lt'iiirl.
I.UlllO, ll.L , MJ !i7
IIaii. I Tub I U'iM. I Vki. I Wi.atii
'.".I - 7i I Oilm I "i I Clear
Rl mi . l. , I i Clear
:i s' ,
TiCt. I .). A.
fniiKs AinliT'oii, of MoiiimI City. lio
iVlll lift It counsel for the ilefi'll!' In till'
murder trial of .Lick Km", ! Ill the i'll ,
nml -peinN iiiiicIi time with liU elleul,
'I'lie lliie't iotato.'s we have seen llils
enr, an fur ruc at Ii. .1. ("midlli"-'. on
.ill icl.ed Willi I'll,
A yoiinjr colored jlrl, naiind Ricliael
Krei.'iiiau, who Is .'dlllt'teil by paralyi.
va iitt.Mikid with llt while ilvln1; In
te-ilmoiiy In u ea-e at the court liouec
Mr-. Caroline Swobod.i li.n i-evciii)
carpi'iibir.s now at work, crectiii.' a neat
two-story frame building on I'lylitli
'tn-cl, between I'uplar -trii't and I'uni'
One thousand bll-hel, of choice Mlehl-
.iin pi-aeli blow potatoe-. lor tab; tit
I'AISKKIt, AXI.KYtt Vii.i'.
Old I'encli lllou..
It..). Cutelllllu Ju.t received from Itoch-
cter, New York, tw bii'hel- choice Urj-e
peach blow potatoe, -."Icccd for ftcd and
for family uc. which he oiler for tale ut
bl grocery, north -ld of KlhHi street, be
tween Commercial Mid Wa-hl!,lon avc-
.laci, I'o-s, tne man who was
for kllllti'' a iic'Tu woman in
. ..... .-
tills city , 1
onus lime ao. wa In tliu court room
Vii-lorday, looking exciailin'ly well, lie
ems In the le-t of si1rlt-, mid does not
look a- If lie was at all troublitl about
belli;: cleared bv his council.
He l.'iil I'lu Yeiic.
(.'darley Williains, tde negro who wa-
arre-ted and given hi- trial on Tiie-day,
for stealing haul" from Howie llrother'
pork packing e-tabll-hment. wilt take up
Ids abode in the State pri-on, at .toilet,
for live year-, having been -entenced on
Tiie.-ihtv evening, bv .ludge Ital.er.
Ollb cr Woolen luloriiis ii- tdat lie das
found ntiotliercsi-e of -mall pox, in tde
H'l'fon of a little colored girl, named
Ca-ev. about ten years of age, re-Idlug
with her pircnt- on Twentieth -trcet.
Tliu clilhl wa- removed to the pe-l
ltou-e. from derliouie. ye-ter.lay, by lier
Chief of police William- has tikcu up
hU icadfuartct's In tde Arab engine
doii-e. He ha-, for hi- own benefit, and
tdat of tdo-e who may have biislncsto
Iran-act with dim, dad a portion of tde
room partitioned o!1, by running a neatly
constructed palling fence about it, and lie
may now lie found at the. headquarter
during regular bu.-lne-s hour-.
The people of till- city are very slow
complying with the order of Mayor Win-
tcr in regard to vaccination. City C lerl;
Axley has only been called upon to Iue
eighteen ticket-. Tim fact Unit the
ill-ease das not, up to this time, gained
niiicli headway, -hoiihl not he construed
ii a rca-on for thinking tda danger pal,
and tdn-e who daw not been vaccinated
-lioulil have llie operation performed
before It Is too late to he ol any service.
Trains leave Cairo on tho Cairo and
Vlnccnncs, for Mound city, at iWO,
10:U0. 11:110 a.m. and :i:00 p.m. Iteturii
lug. leave Mound City, 10, 11, 1 U a.m.,
and :i:0 and 4:.'0 p.m. The trains will
consist of ten to llfli eu coaches, willed
will do Milllclent to accommodate all of
Cairo as well as tde large crowds that
will ho brought to this point by tho Me
eial trains on older roads. Tde fain for
round trip Is only IIO cents from Cairo,
and only 3 from all points north of liar
rlsbiirg. Mr. Ncllleslnicer's I'liiiiiiiinilciilioii.
The couiniunlcatlon puhllslied in yes
terday nun nlng's Issue of tliu IIl'li.i.ti.v,
which set forth a very plausible sugges
tion In regard lo the getting up of a
Fourth of, Inly celebration In Cairo, has
created a good deal of talk on the .sub
ject throughout the city, and the people,
It is bcllovi'd ly many, will now go to
work to make an ellort in that direction.
It wo are to have a celebration, the sooner
wo gel to work In making niTangenienU
for it, the better it will be. Time Is pre
cious, and wu have none to spare.
The Army Worm.
(joosk Inland, Ii.i.., May Al, 1S7."i.
KniToi: Hi'mxtin : Wo are having
porlous trouble with tliu army worm in
this vicinity. They made their appear
unco this day week, tjoiuu farmer. up-
Wlml Hie SirniiI .liny lliliili Al.i.iil II.
I irtuit Jury ltoom, My Teim :
i To Ills llmior, .luil Ital.er. .luili.'e nl
the Jiltli.luillilal Circuit;
We. the liraml Jury ol lids term, have
vl-iti'il tlte eoiiuly (till, unit I'lnil it about
full of pri-oner-i, cIkIiI priouer. In one
cell, mid seven prl-oneri liieaeh of the
Others, except two cells willed liavo but
two prl-oiters caeli, and In our opinion,
the jail 1 a nuisance, anil not a lit plait
to conline human liclux-, and
recommend that sonic action
be taken lor uiore IIihioii'Ii
ventilation, and moie room, so as to ac
commodate the lar'e iiiunber of prl-or-erstliatU
iicct's.arily kept In our Jail.
The jail, In our opinion, N.vory well kept.
COIlslleir the lllUl'lHllIc const! Ill'tilll! of
the biilhllu. and the lare uiiiiiIm-i' of
prisoners tlierelu eoiiiined.
We llntl the pri-onet s In jail nil in up
parent ei,( lietiltd. except one Mr. I'nr
cell, who 1' out of Ins riht uiltiil.
(.'. X. IH'ciiks, Foreuiau.
A Lucky lliiulrr.
A colored man named Orceu, while
lmittli ir a lew day- ujro In Kentucky,
pI(sl lydijf under a large fallen tree,
what he -uppo-ed to b a red low He
raised hN e,uu.nndlaklnj; aim. was about
to put a load of shot Into the animal,
when he noticed that the hide of the brute
wa covered with little white pnl. and
upon t.'iktii',' a -ccond look, lie came to
Id cju:ltt-Ioii that It was a oiin- deer.
He (piktly advauceil upon his ptvy,
which was: a-lecp, -ecured It alive,
and brout-lit It to tlti city, where it may
be seen frisking about the yard of dis
dome, In tde lower part of town, at any
When the vouiiir and coltl-h editor of
the .Vim leaves the cily, that ponderous
journal, iiuder the iiiaiiagenii'iit of the
old ami elepliaiiliue editor, becomes
solemn, and take- us to tak for little
inl-take sued :i annonncln that the
sl-terof a lady of the city lias gone to her
i. ,,, i, v., in , i,t i, ,,, .,t.i ... . . ; i . i ... ...v.
duly ws not In town and tde lady da- no
own home, win u in fact the M-tei- of tde
-1-ter, and It -de dad, tde sl-terS name
would'nt be Mrs. Hardon. TdK U
eriK-1. Wliv dov, tdu .S'ioi lxirM'st In for
getting tdat we al-o have a young man,
given more to llie. edarins ol plea-ant
young ladle- than to proof reading or
correct Information; We look.over the-c
matter-, for" in our memory I- stm fresh
tde recolleellon that we too were young
once and preferred moonlight walk- and
talks over gale-to the pen of llie local
On Tuesday night. Ollleer I'ugciiu Kea--ee,
ol Charletoii. Mo J. 11. I'ierce,
United State- Mar-hal of .Mississippi, and
C. Wiley Wells. I'lilted Slates Dl-trlct
Attorney, of MIs.l-,ppl, jia-.-ed tdroiigd
this city with a man named II. (;. ilau
ker, fii'M Chatles Kglcr. a noted inall
robber, blgiinl-t and forger. The pris
oner, we are informed by Sdcrlil lrviu.nl
one time beat tde government out of tde
ucat sum of nine thousand dollars. Tde
party stopped over at tde St. Cdark'- for
.several dour-, wdcre tliey took supper.
The I'lilted Slates .Mar.-dal, in procuring
a room In which to conllno his prisoner,
remarked to Mr. Wilcox, proprietor of
tde St. Charles, that he wanted "one up
high, on the fourtd lloor, o that in can
Manlier attempted to make hi- escape dy
jumping out ol the window, lie would
cripple or kill lilm-elt'." The parly took
passage on tde night train lor Holly
Spring-, Mlt ippl, where the prl-nncr
wlll be given a trial.
The grand jury returned limn more
Indictment yesterday, anil their
repoit upon the condition of
the county jail, when, re
porting they dad no further liu-lucss,
they were discharged. They concluded,
alter looking through llie Jail, that it
was altogether imllt and un-iiltcd for
a place In willed to Incarcerate human
beings, n in its present construction and
location Itcouldnot lie made suitable tor
the purpose it Is Intended, as it is very
damp, mid lacks sulllclcnt ventilation to
create a wdole-ome atmosphere ; but on
tde contrary, generates a most dlsagrce-
nble and unhealthy air that pervades the
entire court Iioiim.-. Tdejury exonerated
Mr. Flt.gcrald, the Jailor, Mntlnglic. used
every precaution, and did what lie could
tor the comfort of the prisoners.
1'agu .Williams, wlio-o trial degan
Tuesday, was found not guilty by tin
John Jolinon plead guilty to stealing
come revolvers from the s(ore of William
i .. i i
ucury, iir.,ann was sentenced to one
year lu the penitentiary.
ciuuiey imams tame on the stngu
again yesterday, with Dabuey Johnson
to answer for tho crime of stealing Hour.
The engineer on tho regular freight
train on the Cairo A Vluceunes railroad,
Titesdaj night, when within a few him
died leet of the road running from Cairo
to .Mound City, and which crosses the
track of the company near Cash bridge,
about four miles from lids city, tuw lying
ou llie track u largo hull, llu imiuudl
nteiy whistled down brakes, but tho train
was too close lo tho brute, and could lint
lleorge Stephen, of tin .Mollue
I'low work-:, nl Mollue, Illinois, Wlli
registered at tde St. Cliarhs ye-ierday.
-Major Sykes. u railroad agitator and
energetic citizen ol the South, paid to
our city a living visit ye-lerday, and n-
turneil to .Memphis this morning.
Mr. M. Shepiualiu, ol Chicago, it
gentleman who owns a considerable
amount of real estate in (his dlv.
was rcgl-lenil at the M. Charles ye-lerday.
Mr. .lewelt Wilcox, proprietor of ll.e
St-. Chirk, was kept raider bii'y yes
day, in the absence of the clerk. .Mr.
Dean, who went lo Cape Cirardeau on a
.1. II. I'ierce, I'lilted States marshal
of.Mi-sUsip,,!. mid (i. W. Well'. I'liited
State- district attorney, of MiMhipt.
were at the St. Cdailes yesler lay. They
had with tliem a noted mail robber,
whom thev were taking to Holly Springs
Mr. Charles H. Carey, who win for
merly ma-ter mechanic of tde, Illinois
Central railroad, was at the St. Charles
yesterday, making arrangements for his
family, which he will bring dere to re
side, he having accepted n position on the
Cairo A' Vliieennes road. In llie capacity
of ma-ter mechanic.
In the county court Judge Itross
the following orders concerning
Win. J. Mllford, guardian of the
of Jno. C. Athei'tim, deceased. To re
port. John Sackbirger, guardian of the
heirs of Alltert llower. ileeisised. To re
port. Jocph ltalns, guardian of Klburn 1).
Howie- and Daniel l. Howies, minor
heirs of Klljah Howie?, deceased. To re
port. Donia Hivee, guardian of May Hlleu
Hurre.-i and Ho-e Hurrcss. minor lielrof
Knoch Burn-, deceased. Minor to se
lect new guardian-.
J.C.Crowley, guardian of the l.elrs
ot John llroderiek. dei:cacii. 'lo re
1.. Miianlug, guardian ol tde heir- of
Slepln.li II. UhUilcr, deceased. To re
port and llie new bond.
Andrew .. Lolle-, ruar.liaii of the
minor heir- of John Cuininiiig-, de
George Miller, guardian of the minor
heirs of I-.aae I teuton, ilecea-cil. To re
l.ouls I.. Williams guardian of the mi
nor heirs of John I . Davi-, deceased.
George Fl-bcr, guardian ol the minor
heirs of Seonhla- A lurwlu. decea-ed
David Hishop, guardian of the minor
deir of William Dunn, ileccacd. To re
Sophia Fined, guardian of the minor
delis of Kdward Finch, ikeea.-ed. Cita
tion issued to settle.
John W. Durham, guardian of the mi
nor dclrs oi'Slmeou ll irvlllc, deceased.
I,. Jorgciisou, guardian of tde minor
deli's ol J. lleU'eroii. deceased. Admr.
Catherine Hamilton, guardian of tliu
minor heir at John Hamilton, deceased.
To repoi t.
Mary A. Johnson, guardian of the mi
nor heirs of David Frost, dccea-eil. To
John Dough, guardian of the minor
heirs of Andrew Keller, deceased. To
James Lawrence, guardian ol'tlie minor
delrs of Granville Lawrence add William
Clapp, deceased. To report.
Su-nn K. Llghtncr, guardian of the
minor heirs of Levi l Llghtncr, de
ceased. To report.
Margaret Leuchau, guardian of the mi
nor heirs of John l.euuhau, deceased.
Kuilly Ln.are, guardian of the minor
heirs ot Michael Lo. ire, deceased. To
Catherine f.chine, guardian of tho mi
nor heirs ol'Knuna L. Lehine, '.deceased.
L. Lincoln, guardian of tho minor heirs
ol Nnthlel Fnllon, deceased. To llie
(i. II. I'ai'ker, guardian of William K.
and George A. I'arker, minor delrs ol
Jiil'ersou Martin, decAtscil. To report.
A. W. McGee, guardian of tliu minor of
Sarad J. MeGce, deceased. To report
and llie now lionds.
K. Dlckerson, guardian of the minor
heirs of John Owen, deceased. To re
port. 1), T. I'arker, guardian of the minor
heirs of Josephine I'arker, deceased. To
Hubert Itussell, guardian of the minor
heirs of Tramnii I'arker, deceased. To
Carloita A. Massey, guardian of Mary
ItiiSM.ll, minor heir of Itnbcrt L, Itussell,
deiva-ed. To report.
Lllou Sullivan, guardian . of William
Hyau, heir of Daniel Kyuii. To repoi t.
Win. I'. Smith, guardian of the minor
heirs of Sterling and Temperance Smith,
deceased. To report.
Win. D. Klllsoii, guardian of the minor
heirs of Henry Sanford, deceased. To
John Wcuvcr, deceti-ed.
Woods, guardian of the minor
lu Irs of Sarnd K.
Woods, derua'cd. To
GRAND MAY PICNIC.
to in: nivii.v nv Tin
CAIRO TURNER SOCIETY,
(In NniKlity, Hy 30, lHTft,
At the Beautiful and Bomantlc Hllli of Ken.
tucky, Near Fort Jeffenon.
Tits well-known .Steamer "Three Ststes"
has been chartered for the occasion, and
will convey the par'y to the grounds. The
boat wlllloave the foot of Fourth street, as
follows: I'lr.l lilp, J a in.; return, 12
in. Secondlrip, 1 :.'!0 p. in. ; return, 2:4
p m. Third trip, p. in,: retain, 7. p. nt.
'I he excellent Delta City Cornet Hand,
uiel a splendid string band have beeu en
gayed to futnlih miulc. Itefri tlnnenu of
all kind will be on tho ground. A good
time Is anticipated.
Tlc'ctts for round trip, f) conts ; children,
Tickets ein be obtained at tho following
I'. .V W. Under, Louts Herbert, Win.
Albi. 1'. fi. s'diuh, Cha-. Sebnencnicycr,
Kd. Iluefner, K. M. .tocklleth, Amandiis
Jacckel, C'I'y llrewery.
Tlic (M.I Itcllilblf.
I hereby announce to the public that 1
am better prepared than ever to ac-ouuiw-data
my patron at thB Ontril Hotel, on
Sixth street, between CommercWI ami
Wa-liiugton avenue. I have taken a part
ner in tlio hotel budnc, Mr. Appkman,
who has had onstder.ibl experience In
tint line, and will not fall t.) make guests
feci at home. 'I lie Ublo will always) tie
supplied with the best ttc m irkct atlord-,
served up In the moU palatable manner.
Hoard and loJglti,' iter Week, tl W ; single
meal, j.v, to be had at nil hour. 1 have
abo lu connection with my bote', a first-
class barhe shop, and am prepared to give
customers a god shav , hair-cut, shampoC'
Inc, etc. I will run three chairs, and have
citinlovcd tonsori d artlls who underdaud
their liinlncs. Slnvlni;, Ul cents ; ili iiu.
pooins, ao cent ; nml b dr cutting, i cent.
Olve mo a call. l'KOK. I . Gnr.iiKt..
Mr. Ilonnardoireri Iter -cr fees a .iMlck
nurse. .She Is experienced In all kinds of
turning. Public patiouage respectfully so
licited. Leave orders on Cedar street, be-
tweeu Tweuty-'lhlrd and Twenty-l-ourlh
streets, lu the I'orter lloue, or 1. O. Ibix
I'lpei CiKiin. Tuliiiccii.
Fred Telcbuiaii, at his clear and tolu
itore on l'.hth street, ha jiM recclxrd a
large and complete assortment of pipe, etc.
and a largo stock of the b?t brandool smo
king and cbewin; tobacco. F. T.' stand
nrd cisar alwayn on hand. Give him a eill.
I.iiiicti ! I.tmrli !
The blggc; luticU ever set in Cairo, will
be Btircad evel v mornlnif at tho Planters'
Ilotie. Wiener bcor Is the great attrac
tion. It pays to visit the liintclV lloum
and try a drink of till, the llnoJt brer ever
olfercd In thl-cily. tlil'MH-Siv.
I'u unit tcr.
Landlord ot hotel and boarding hnu-rft
hIII ilndlt to their advantage to rail upon
Mr, l.'oleman, Liuiidrcs, No 12 Fourth
street, betwenn Wsshlngton and Commer
cial avenues, llotil and huardlug-lioiife
wa-liliig, 7jceutsperdocn. Fol plecuwork
prh e are as lollow: Slnglo shirt and col
lar, 10c; per doeii 80c; sock 5c; two col
lars, 5c; two li'iiidkerchict, 5c; vests 20c;
and all gentlemen's wear, file. per
doen. Ladles' dressc, 2.") to ftfle;
skirts 1) to 20c; drawers 10 tn 15c; two
pair hose Be; two collars 5 to 10c. For la
dies' plain clothes $1 00 per doen; for la
dle tlno clothe, $1 25 per doen; done
dramptly, and promptly delivered, Pa
IMhho unit orifHii Tunliiir.
Mr. M. Kulftie desire tu to nay that ho U
ready to receive orders for Plinn and Or-k-aii
tuning, and rejialring musical Instru
ments. Orders may bo lelt at the cor.ncr ot
Thirteenth and Walnut streets, or P. O.
Hox i'iOO", and will receive prouipt attention,
Frank ICralky, of the I'ntoa llakury,
Cmiinierwlal avenue, between Foiulh nml
sjlxih streets, has re-opened his bakery, and
U now prepared lo deliver lire id and Cakes
of the best quality, uny where In tho cily or
country, lu such iiiaiultle as hi custom
er may desire. PilurhWlll bo undo en
tirely with rofcrmce to the present htrd
times; In other word, cheaper limn the
cheapest. Scad In ) our older,
.ollcc uf Iteiuoviil.
The wcll kiiowii barber hop, corner
Kighth and Connuercial, presided ovr by
ho popular artist, George Stelulioiuo, has
removed ouo door north on Commercial, lu
.lie Griuid Ocntrid Hotel. Tho new shop li
argo and roiiimodlous, and those wishing
for anything nrtlitle lu tho way of fuhlou
ble hulr cutting, smooth sliavef, etc., will
.lo well to call nt the Grand Central llarber
0en every day of the week.
No I Ire
I I.I.I.MIIS CV.N IIIAI. H Al I.UO.t l (
i. An k.n r,
ay 32, 1S75.J
Caiuo, I ix., May
On the new scltcilnle tnkln
Steamer Jim Fhk, I'nducali.
" llelle Memphis, Meiiiplx
" City Helena, St. Louis
" Arlington, (iiiciun.ili.
Tow-boat Wild Duck, .-at. Loul-
Steaiiiei Jlui Fi-k. I'adiieah.
llelle Memphis, St. Loin.
" City Helena. Vlcksbiirg.
" Arlington. Memphis.
Tow-lioal neennd barges, .Veiv Grlciu
Wild Duck, ntt-burgli.
- Jim. Fl-k. I'adiieah :Mluneoa.l ons
Millar, Atlantic and barges from the
South; Jno. I.. Ithodes Marv Hoii-ion.
from the Ohio: Jno. A. Sciidiler. Grand
Tower. St. l.ouls.
liivKit ami wnaniKii.
The liver at dark last evening was -J.'
feet 0 Inches on the gauge, having fallen
I 1-0 Indies during tlm previous 11 dour.
A Might rain Is renorted at l'ltLsbur-r and
Louisville, but llie decline continues :,t
The weather continues clear and
cloudy by turn-, but no rain has (alien
here for two day-. The mercury on the
wdarf-!.oat maiked HJdegrre nt noin.
Capt. llai vey Tdonip-oii ariivedfrom
St. Loul-. nml says that Hie Laura L.
DavU will nut leave Si. Loul until Sat-
Tim C. H. Church took 1.V0U0 pack.
ages Into New Orleans, and wa only six
day? and a few dour out from Cincin
i tie commonwealth I coming from
New Orleans wltli a fair start of freight,
including I0i) boxes anil Itoo hoir-beads
Complaint, of the ultry, -liowerv
weather that come fioin New Orlean
Slireveport, Pittsburg and all Intermedi
llie Alice Hrown pacd Cincinnati
with a tow of :i,(XXl ton- ore. lllcoal boats
and a barge for Pittsburg the blggesi
tow of tde season.
Jameson it Co., ot F.vansvllle hav
contracted to build :i .steamer after the
model of llie. .1. N. Silvcitliorn. for
Captain Dennv of V'ld.sburg'.
.Mr. Ike llummltt.nl' l'lttburg. I- at
Jamestown, New Vork, supeiiiitending
the construction of a sternwlicel pleasure
boat, 17S feet. long, for Cliautauiia Lake.
She I- to be named Hie Nettle Fox.
The Jim FM; brought a fair trip yes
terday, mid among her passenger.-, wcie
Mr. John W. MeGllinuiery and .Mr. Sa
rah 1IHI, of Canico's landing, MeCraekeu
county, ICclitiicky, who were united in
matrimony while the Fl.k lay at Hie
The bid for llie cabin and ma
chinery of the new iron snag-boat were
opened on .Monday lat at llie otllce ot
Col. in. L. Merrill, at Cincinnati. The;
lowest bids were $7fi7: for the cabin, hyj
W. F. Itiehanlson, of Pittsburg; an'g
$'JJ,S0J, iron hollers, $2.-i,-J72 steelitollersf
for the inachliicry, by A. Ilartupcr A Co
When Mr. Sam Foster left for SI
Louis lie look wild dim Mr. James Mor
lis' niagnlll.vnt eaue, and Mr. Morrl-U
dieonolate and talks of rending Davi,
ol Hie dredge-boat, alter it wild a
writ of slioof-liliii-on-llie-spot. 'lint cane
wo are told, was pre-cntcd lo Capt. Mor
ris sL.venty-llve or eighty year
ago dy "John A. Logan,
Hie Mingo Chief," and Is
mi clalKii-atu piece of Indian work
manship, studded with precious iiielal-',
sued as tin, hits of old Iron, bras, Ac.
Wan Dt.cuiiut.Ni. ItivKit ItKi'uitt, I
.Mny .''. leTft. s
1.0 IV WWII,;
l'lltlmrr. I ;i
L'ini'iiinull 'J tu
l.oiil.Wll.' il a
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LOOK HERE! 1
lluse Hulls ol'i: cry llckci lplliiii
L'uriis'litl Hnlly by I:, M Slt-.iin1 coiuiiiIssIdii i
liit'ii'lianl, Mi'ivliuy nl' the luiio II. ..ml ul
t'lmir, iircimllni; lo kiu'Ic...
Ciirn, iiilxisl, harkiil
Corn, vlilt. nifknl
Until, .tr ton
Mint, steam iltlnl
lltltll'V, cllnli't' Nurllli III
lliittiTii'luilcv Siiuilifin HI...
Dinfs. riicr iloifii ,
...$l im7 i'l
( sic H
I sil ,
... H l'.'o
... VI "i"
til', no .
Clili'kens, r itoieii...
Turkey, er iluea....
I'ulutoe, it bum!...,
Oiil'jtii, ir bumi
... n a ui ',.a
Mooting of tho Stockholder
Cairo & St. IiOuUBailrottd Company
'I tlllll.li: mill,',' It hfrvLv L'llen tltut llit'le ll
X W liti'l u luwtliiK of llwiliM'klitiltttriif il
CiilroA Ml bout icallioan loiiiimny, in ii
lutlim luiii.t'iif salil cuiiiiny, In llie cily I
KuBtM. Unit. In lite county of s.t Clair nl
State of lllinou, mi
Mumlny llie '.lli liny uf June, .1.1
ut the liiiin of eleven o'clock a m , fiir lh in
xisnitt'tlicn uiul I licit) tlccllint uy ml.l tloc
Iw.lilrr. lax en illnvti.i-j for ritl.l.'.imi. nit lurlll