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ASUAI.O.V I.OIKUJ. Xu. fit.
A . Khlg)ilori'vlliuia.
ZI il.iv tiluli . ;
rj - Kiti ait, unii-iinHi M'irii. titiiiii
rillolva' Hull, ; (. NfcAtK,
i' Imlcnciidiii'l Order or' Odd-Kcl
Al.rVAVIIlMi tfilwll . !
fc?low. irl i.trrv '1 liunulur iilitli
'fcT.ss ullittlr.iu.iatiii In llielr brill ....
Luiiitni'irlnl iivi-inii'. b.iu.m sixth nml ."ci-miiii
( unto i:nc mi'.mi:nt, i. o, o. s
Win (M.I.Fi IIiimh' Hull iin tin- ili'tiun
lindn) In i (rry micmiIIi, nl li.ili.j.ait m hii.
K Alack, C. I'
A CMIKM.UIMiK. .NO ilT.A I-' A A t
r "."''IfjOdni coiiiiiiuiilcutlun In .Ma.
W iic Hall, corner Li.iiiiiicrcial avenue
. ..i , oil lli second uml
. III I-.H-H IIHjllUI.
Jir. r. r It7gcrald ha Jut received uinl
ha on sale at hl. sales room u large Hock
of I.'uglMi nli-, porter, IIcnueiy brandy
ml wines nml ll.piors of all klud, which
tif will dlspoio of at reasonable price.
IIH Ihf Ileal.
I)r, Selh Arnold's CoukIi Ktllcr tde
groat eradlcator lor ui lmi diseases a au
perlor mncly to all other incdlcltioa yet
discovered, In mere ca-cj.. Ill- n m'rr,
'Jill k, ninl poifcclly safe remedy (or
cuiilii. cold, ..ore throat, whooplr.g cough
'toiip, and all discuses of the tliruat and
luti. Ili-tall tirli!,S..nnil.Vjccntunilil.
Anj bottle tht doei not give relief way be
relumed, andltio money will In- refunded.
Dr. Setli Arnold' Dlarrlnba ll.il.sm 25 and
50 tenia. Itcinombcr It i warraiilcd. Ar
nold'n llllioili Mandrako Till", operating
without slckne.i and pain. Compounded
by lr. rietli Arnold' Modlcal Cnrporntbn,
Wuouaockcl, It. I. Sold by l'aul tl.Sjchuh,
druzxlit, Cairo, 111. :M.VfHtu
l.n.11.-' l'nriiltlilriar Stare.
A Udle'fiirnlililn!t store ha;hccn opened
In lite Theatre building, and stocked with
a lull iluo ofi-vot) tiling pertaining to ladle'
wear read). mads itrcs.es, underwear,
fit'.- all of the Uteri idylc". and v III be sold
Hi lower liiirrf than ever before ollcrcd In
alto. Thce gooda were purchaicd In
New York, are of the x;.t material, and
will be oM very reasonable. Alio Milli
ner) good, of nil kind-. Mti-4-SO.Im.
Thf hlHlc SmiUny Ni litiol f'wua Pillion.
The Seventeenth Anmial Coiivcutloii of
the State .-"ilcday Sebcol Aanoclallon ot J 1 1 1
uolt will be held In the City of Alton, Tlli-i-djy,
Wcdnciday and 'J'hiirily, May Sith,
Mill and 27th, tbT:, loonuriielnK Tindiy,
at 10 a. m.
i:ucli county In the State, except Cook, li
entitled to l-ii del(i'ate. The number troin
Cook county ! not limited. The pro
,raiaiur will be publhcd won, and for
warded to Urn e iunty Secretaries. The ar
riinjoments tor the convention give prom.
Ie ofu ruoit liroti able and DleaanHe.sioii.
i. oiiuty .-icwtAtle. are n quoted to hate
Una notice published In the county papcni.
II. I'. Jacods,
t hulrtujimf the l.vecutlre Committee.
phyilologLu aiy, the human body Is tn
tirelf chan'dand renewed. Kvrry mo
mint ot o-r live, eury part of our bodlca
U wearlru out ami U belut; built uii anew
of fresh matter. TtiU work la accomplished
by the bloou which i'oes ttiroiiU very
part. Hut If the Mooil become, weak or
lllted, and tr's mi imrlonn 111 "oik
propetly, thi ayitem l actually polsonc 1
by lh worn-out matter rlogifltia; the vital
ora;atM instead or leaving the body. For
df ipepsla, blliumue.ss, kidney, iklu and
hver trouMe, levurs, and all iliise arl
Ing Iroui vitiated blood, Dli. Wai.klk's
C aufoknia Vi.vr.OAit UirrKns aie a aov
ereln remedy. MI-iLViv-tw,
Harint; n;.iln eatahllalied myietf In the
Lumber bulne, at tho Wall .V Km Mill,
I am prepared to ctl lumber of all kinds,
hth and thltglea at wholesale and retail,
and to offer cv.ra inducement at all tlun-,
(juiirau'eelnif the louct o.nblo price.
li)-.Vl l-Iiu. .I.s". McnAltr.v.
I.ouk oul (or Your Iiiik.
In nildltlou to p.iyln the tux on h
amlMii'Mlio owner ofvunemiutlfoinply
with thU pararaiili hi onllnanec No. it,
See. 15: "That no Uo or -hit shall, be
tween the Hist day of .luiie ami the tlrst
day ol November, run nt larjfii within thu
limits or said city, without havinjr u sub
stantial wln or leather iniule. securely
t'asteueil over and around In mouth,"
c. No exception cm or will ho made
to the reiiilreuient- oftliU ordinance.
V. M. 'II.t.I.lt,
Tatu-llurwe Wnvou For Nulc.
A now watfon lor aalo at a biirgaln. Ap
ply nt the IIUU.KTJX countlns-room. tr.
Still In I In- 1'ieiil.
Mr. I'lill II. .Saup wli-ke to aiinounco to
hUlriondinudthe public Kcncrally, that
ho lm Ulely lifted up, In excellent Myle.
hU commodloiu and coinfortablo putlnrs on
Washington avcuiio, near Kltilith Mreet,for
the cutertaliutieDt orthoso ol our clth.in
ami the rest of mankind who Indulge h
Ice cream, aoda water, confcctlouerlec, Ac..
nnd tbut ho In preiaied to lurnUh to eltl
eni of Cairo, it bomu or at III parlor,
Miythlnglnlilalliie. l'hil. is well Kiio.ni
to our cltUens, and ai hli rooms aro very
pleiiMiutly lilted up, and at hu can alwayx
bo found' at liU pot, day or night, to look
after the welfare of hi cii'tamers, wo be
(.peal; for him that cimnm wlilcli hu enter
prliiu merit-.. Ufa lw cream and lemonade
ure delicious, hl foJa water fa noteiitialled
by any In tho city, and a lar a conlcctlon
erlei are concerned, li cannot bo denied
that hit "tock fa always the hot lu tho city.
AIMSOUA lU'CK UKKU m l.onU
Vornl nml IiiHlriiiiieulnl Mimic.
Mi . Monsarrat will reiunui tpnchttig
mi the 25th Itr-t. All ilclrIiiK n cl:t-sleal
rdiicatton in piano inuslo will eoininence
us early as polblo. Vocal Instruction,
according' to tlm old Italian master,
thoroughly taught ; nUo, harmony nml
thorough bass. Clasps hi HoKeglo.
Piano mid Oman Tunlutr.
Mr. M. Kuhno deilrea ua to say that ho fa
ready to wcelvo order for Piano and Or
gan tuning, and repairing musical Instru
ment. Ordcri may be lelt at the coiner ol
Thirteenth and Wttluut atroeta, or 1 O.
Uox Wi, and will receive prompt attention.
ri' IDA V, MAY 2, 187.-.
Lot-ill Wi-nllier Itrjmrf.
Caiho, Ii i, .May
Till.. I WISH. I VkC
i i in.
THOMAS JONKS, HnuU t. 8., 17. s. ..
.Iiillor Mi;rirlliy u III tliU niornlii'' i-oui
inciici' work with lil clialti-iraii-r. which
li composed of tin uimnially simill fam
lliullev. .Mr. CiiMwi'll, nnlond. who
Inn bi-cii ilck for )iihj thm- with u llalit
attack' of varioloid, D, v learn, Iniprov
Iiil' very r.ipldly. anil N'nownlile to -It
Scut to hip Atyliuii.
Monioc I'lireell, thu cray man, who
ha-i. for oni(! time pa-t, been t-onlhie.il hi
the county jail, m taken to Ihu.Soiilhorn
iiiiiioh iii.tne Aylum. nt Anna, ycMer-
lay iiiloiiHxin by (;oroncr Ooamnu.
Two i-.ir loiuW of tin; h-hol.iM of tlm Af
rican Methodl-a KpHcopal. Sunday (.chool
took im.i''i' on tin- Cairo .1 St. I.ou!
mnow jfau.t nillro.nl yo-lcnlay aller
iooii, for I'nlty, where they dpi-nt the
lay hi pleaiiiv.
Olll I'Clllll lllIM.
U.-I. Cundltl hat Jim received from Koch-
citer, New York, 600 butliels cliuhe Urge
pcicli blow potatoes, selected for reed and
for family we, which he oUcm for alc at
bl grocery, noith side of tlglith street, be
tween Commercial and Wa.Jilr.yton ave
It l rumored about the vtreet", that
I fenry Klchhoir, whose Junilture. ist'ib-ll-linient
w.is toU'.Iy ilentroycij by lire
wmie d iynio, U having trouble" with
the Insurance men. the latter elalmln
that the -tore did not contain ;ooifa
niiibuiitln to the value claluicil by tho
IVoiii New Orlin, ami for ale nt
1'arker. Axley A:; Wild'., this inornltij;,
new potatoes, onions becfa nml Muash.
Also a l.irj;e lot of lemons, (irajij.i,
linunnas and pineapple!-.
Tir .'utuine l'oirert.
The costume concert, yiveii by the
1'reshyterlaii church congregation, at the
St. Clurles lat nlpht, was very Well at
tended. The performance was very novel
and entertaining to all, w ho nlgoilled
their approval of the various acts nml
actors by rounds ot' applause.
Thoe who have not yet made out anil
delivered to mo a lift or .schedule ol their
personal proerty, a refpilrcsl by law.
are respectfully rc-qnenud to do mi at the
earlli-jt moment. Office. No. 75 Ohio
I.o-r. CltJlS. "f.N.VI.V;ilAlf,
ln liijr fllsi llnnoi-.
(.'ol. McKeal; ha' employed .Mr. .lames
?otnerwell. who I now at work, to move
the hou-e ow tied by him, known as ibe
"Karnipr.-' lIoue," from Ninth street.
Ictwceii Washington and Coiniiierelal
avenue?, to the vacant lot'J idjolnln' the
rO'UleniD of .lutlgo William (ireen. on
Walnut, between Sixth and Seventh
OffiCK or tiik i'aiiio & Sr. I.ot'ts I!. l.
Co., ('lino, It.t.., May i!7th, li75.
A nieetlnol'the Directors ol this Com
pany will lie helil on Wedncsdty the 2nd
ilav of. I line next, A. D. Is75, at S o'clock
I'. M.,at thu Wharf-master'.-. olllce, corner
Levee anil Sixth street, in thu city of
Cairo, Illinois. S. Sr.. t.s Tavmib ,
The MrnMhriTj IVvlSsul
The ladic-. of the .Methodist elnireh are
jrolri'r ahead with much vim, uiaklmr
their :irriiii;,reuienth for the strawberry
festival to be Riven by them at the store-
rooui formerly occupied by into iV
(Jreer. on Ohio levee, next Tite'day
nluht. All who wish to bo of benefit to
thu church, and have a pleasant time,
nhoulil not fall to attend, us everything
will bcilouuhi llrst-cla-s style.
At preent, the main emptoyuiciit of
the boys Is 'falling. At all hours ol" the
iluy, the shore along thu Ohio river Is
allvo with youngsters of all ages waiting
for a bite. They do not have to wait
long, however, before they are rewarded,
as ffahlng for days past hi this Mreani has
been very good. Ono lad, about flit ecu
years of age, lu thu course of an houryc-
farday, caught nearly twenty pounds of
tlietluist perch It has bccnour fortune to
look mou for many u day.
An IiikciiIoiih Hoy.
"i estctJ,iy j uornlng, while paying the
St. Charle-s ..ot(. ,. U5lmi v,it( wo
were shown by Mr. ,70,vc(t Wilcox a
Miiall paper, udlteil iv S()ll Wllle
Wilcox, a boyjsixteon'ycof-nj wlu, u
uow attendlngthu reun'jj .ranla Military
Academy, at Chester, I,eun3,Jvaiii!,i '-u,
composition of the littles sln. bows
Master Wilcox to bo n very IwC,ous
lad, and with experience, such us lie
gain in the course ol tune, im will, ,0
doubt, become an able newspaper writer
Tho arrangement of articles is also un
usually good for one of hfa age. and
shows hliu to be possessed of very good
taste, which Is the main point with thou
sands of good printers.
In accordiiuo with tho reiiilrctnenU of
an order of tho board of County Commis
sioners, notlca Is hereby given that I will
redeem county orders anil jury certlll
cites on presentation. Ititeteit will caoso
on the Uth day of June, 1875.
Cairo, Im.,, May W, 1975, O-'JS-ltn,
DECORATION DAr-MOOND tilTY.
'iilro 1 Vinc-iinf. K ., MnylH. It.l
liny jour tickets to-day I'uivold a ru'li,
mid secure cxciirsloii niteK. 1'assenger.s
not provided with tickets beroru entering
the eat will lie charged lull fart'.
.1. A. .loxus, Agfa
M. It. (ioiiitiiicii, (1. T.A.
Dabney .lohiiou, tried on IVodncs
day, upon the charge of .stealing Hour,
was ncfiultlril by the jury. IVoiii the ov
Meiie(jilcdiK'ed on Ihfa trial there .epnicil
to fa- a clear i-ae of conspiracy
on the partfif thu actual thieve:', who had
plead KUilty, to drag .tohiiou with them
to the penitentiary.
Yesterday was occupied by tin; trial
of Andrew .1. I.'oss upon the charge, of
killing, lat March, a woman named Al
ice Glbba. At the cloe of the day all of
the testimony had been heard, nod Wil
liam ('. Mtilkey, States attorney, had
opened thu niguineiit. The ca" will
be c loseil to-day.
Ollleer Wooten, who fa overseer of
tie' ix-st house and all that fa in It. yester
day morning gave jicrnifasloii to two of
his patleufa .Mr. and -Mr, (ireeu, a lady
and gentleman ol'Mfilpr. to Vavo that
tablfahmeiit, tJIHbls ojihilon and that
of the pliys'icfrtiiT that thy were well
enough to take care of (IiciihcI ve, with
out danger to others with whom they
may come lu contact, lie has two more
patients by the names ol I'rank i.ireen
and Mary Yest, colored L'lrls. whom he
will give, instructions to leave to-day or
to-morrow. There will tlll remain in
the pest house three sie-, whom thu of
Jlcer Iiok.-s to get lid of lu a very fdiort
Mr. Zerrell, of ChIejigo,'vas nt the
-Mr. William .1. Dugiiu was itIsu-ied
at the Delinonlco yesterday.
C. M. Hunt, or I'oplar ttlulfa. wa. at
the lianteri. ye-terday.
Mr. WUIIainJIIate's, of Du Quoin, was
at the (iiaiul Central veiterdav.
Col. S. Statts Trfylor returned to Cairo
fiom.st. Louis Wednesday nlht.
-A. W. Lancaster, of the Southern Ex
press Company, wasnt theOrand Central
Thomas S. Armstrong, of St. Loui,
was iegister.il at the Deliiionfao yeater-
-.Mr. S. 15. l'oor. of Dongola, Illlnofa,
was rc'I-ten-il at the Hunters ve.ter-
Mr. A. .1. Dale, of Dongola, who fa
In the city atleiidlui' circuit court, fa at
Mr. It. (i. Lating, one of MisafaMp-
pl' extensive planters, was at the St.
Tlioina lirlscl, a prominent gentle
man of Clips.; Girardeau, was at the Grand
-Mr. A. W. Ames and ladv, of Union
county, Kentucky, were among the arri
vals at the Grand Central, yesterday.
Miss Wyllc.I.'eed, of Saline. Mines,
Illinois, Is now lu this city, visiting at
the residence, of ex-Mayor John Wood.
L. JS. llasyc, advance agent tor the
Helen DUi-te theatrical company, was
"' mI nt. tbr Dclu.vi.Iw J....
."Mr. S. A. D. .stcclo. or .-ii, itn.
tuckv, accompatileil by a daughter and
.son, were at the Deltiiouico yesterday.
dipt. Kurlv, of Cincinnati, an old-
time river man, was among thu promi
nent arrivals at the Delinonico yesterday.
Mr. John A. Treece, of Anna, was
registered at the Delinonlco, yester
day. Mr. Treece fa lu the city attending
Mr. I. A mil', who fa connected with
one of the largest Honor houses In St.
Louis, was registered at the 1'Janter.s
-Captain .Maun, General Superintend
ent of the Mississippi Central JCallroail
company, was registered at the St.
It. W. Clarke, Paymaster of the Cairo
and St. Loufa Narrow Gauge ltallroad
company, was registered tit the t. Charles
Kuiil Schandcln, one ol auiivauKec'.s
bijr lager beer brewers, accompanied by
hlswlte, was registered at the SI. Charles
Mr. .lewett Wilcox, who has for
some time past been Miftbiiug troni neu
rallgla lu the head, Is contemplating a
vilt to tho Hot Springs.
Mrs. George Wfac, a sister of Mrs.
Matt I'ulton, arrived In this city yester
day, and Is stopping with her sfaterat the
.Mr. I'. C. Kenedy, president of the
Alexander County Hank of this city, has
for some-days past been rptlte ill, but
Is Improving slowly.
Capt. John II. Fowler, of i'aducah,
was registered at thu St. Charles jestcr
daj Jin left on (ho Cairo, Arkansas it
Texas railroad at l'JiHO for Hot Springs.
Arkansas, where ho will remain for some
time, hi thu hope of Improving his health.
Tho following cases, which ate the lir.-t
that have demanded the attention of
Judge Uros for several days, were up
before him yesterday:
Patrick Gallagher ; was arrested by
Officer Whltcamp tor getting full of ben
zine, and taken before Ills Honor, who
lined lilm tho small sum of two dollars
and costs. Tho defendant paid the. Hue
Maria lleno, an old transgrcssor.was
thu next to occupy tho time of tho court,
being arrested by Ofllccr Whltcamp, for
'""plug a hotisQ of ill-fame. Tho de
IVniiiut w'iis granted a change of venue to
Jii'lgoniid. unon annllcatlon.
Samuel llarvy, n high toned colored
Kcifleman, came next, on the chariro of
cont routing to tho support ot a house of
in-lame, im asked tor and was gnuited
a change .( Venuu to Judge Bird.
James Sioss, a gentleman from the
South, who haa imbibed very freely In
bad whisky, was rested on Wednesday
evening by Ofllccr UQ ,m(l )lllcoa ,
ttio catauoo.si3 iimii yesicu.,v nl0mini.
w neu im ...-- inttf.. i i.iu uuiuv room
and given a trial, which cniledln his w
lug found guilty ntul illicit two dollars
aiulcosfa. llepKld and went Ins way,
but not until lie 1 in it placed lu thu hamfa
of his Honor the sum of liny dollar lor
wife keeping, through tho nd Wee of Olll
eer Lalfue, who aald that It was altos
gether likely, If holgotout with the money
In lils pocket, ho would again get drunk,
and loe it.
Judge Ulrd had two cases yesterday,
the parties accused both having taken a
change of venue Iroin Judge llro's :
The lint was that ot Francis lleno,
an old frequenter at tlm bar or Justice,
arrested by Ollleer Whltcamp and
taken lieforo Judge Itross, where a com
plaint was entered against her for viola
ting section thieo, ordinance four. The
prisoner fearing tliat Ufa Honor, Judge
liro.s, would ineto out to her the punish
ment she deserved, took a change of
venue to Judge lllrd, where the same
complaint was brought against her.
Alas! for poor Francis I She had brought
her pigs to the wrong market. Ills Hon
or. Hfter hearing the cvlalencelu the eve,
placed a fine of ten dollars and
cost upon her j heard, which, In all,
amounted to llitecn dollars and llfteen
ciiiifa. She was font I" the lock-up for
llllecn day, having no money to pay
The next uuo was lli.it of Samuel
llarvy, who was charged with and con
victed of a violation of "cotton three of
ordinance four, the same charge as that
ciiteredngalnst the wayward Francis, and
he too was lined ten dollars and cost,
making the tola! mm equal to that a
jsesscd agalnt his unfortunate slater In
trouble, which he could not pay, but hi:
being n man, lifa time was calculated to
be of more value than that of Francis,
and lie was sent to Jail for eight Instead
of llitecn days
I 'or Nnlc.
A allvcrpl itcil No. 9 Wilson Shuttle Sew.
log Machine, hard (piano) llnlib, valued at
Will be scid at 5J0 discount, on good
term, and ordered direct from the factory.
A No. !) Wilson Shuttle Sowing Machine
valued at Will he told at ?!. diicount
and ordered direct from the factory.
At a InnjMii, and on good term', a Howe
Sewlm; Machine. .May be ecn at tho Com.
jian' nrllce, corner Ninth utrect and Coin
A uew two-horse (iambic wagou.
for any of the above artlclef, apply at
the UUM.KTIN' office. K. A. IlirilNKTT,
C.uiio, lu.., TitLi:srAV Kvr.xiKO,')
-May 27, 1S75. j"
Summer seem; to have set in lu ear
nest. Thu thermometer has marked CC
to SO degrees all this week, and if It weie
not for the stlfl'breeze that has blown oil
the Mississippi river every day, Cairo peo
ple would havu found the sudden change
anything but a happy one.
The nights, however, are cool and
pleasant a fair olf-set lor tho hot days.
'l lie niarnets at Cliicatro and St. Louis,
uconllng to last reports, ure lu a demor
alized condition, and this market feels the
fleet Ol'lf. "Mlfml tn mue n
mw i..,,.wttU'd ivnniiiiion hi Hi.'ftrnlii
and Hour market?, with Indications ot a
stcadj decline In j.rtouj .t present,
stocks nru too light for dealers to feel any
au.toy. Corn Is quoted two ami three
cents lower to-ilay than nt the opening
of the week. The demand and supply
ot oats are so sn,dl that no change lu the
market seem to atiwt prices. Flour Is
un-ettled,no buyer In nia-kets, and prices
an; declining. Other hraiiahe of the
market rule as at last report.
riy"Our friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are usually for
sales from tlrst hands lu round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It fa uce
cs.ary to charge tin advance over these
The market is unsettled and prices art-
weak and declining to-day. Tliero Is no
inca'a-u In stocks, but all grades are de
pressed and J speculators are afraid to buy
We note sales ol 200 barrels S5 WQfi 7..;
100 -barrels (orders) $5 50,7 75; 200 bar
rels, $&&0 75; :!00 barrels (ordcr) S5 50
7 25 ; "lOO batrels, $5(5,7.
There fa no hay sclllugat present and
none coming lu. A few cars hi ware
house comprise all there Is In the market,
but fur this there is no demand. Choice
timothy Is quoted nominally S2122 and
choice mixed S20 per ton.
The market is dull aiii depres-cd to
day. Tho bottom has Mien out ot the
Chicago market and the effect is lelt here.
Prices tend to a fttrlln'r decline. The
market Is bare of mixed and there fa very
little white In hand. Sales were 2 cars
lu bulk mixed on track, 73e;-l cars hi
bulk white mixed on track, 757Cc;
cars white mixed In sacks delivered, S2c;
i cars whltu hi sacks delivered, 83c; 3
ears mixed In sacks delivered, SOe; 2 ears
mixed lu sacks delivered. 70c.
This market Is dull and unchanged;
....... . t i i.
prices areilei'immguuuiieie is iioi,ciiuiihii
demand to make any change felt or ap
preciated . Wo note sales ot 3 ears, in
sacks, delivered, 70e; 1 car 00 e.
The market fa well supplied with low,
dark, 'team dried country, wnicii sens
slow at S3 703 75 ; choice steam dried
Is niioteil t .'K3100 abovo these llgurev
s-iles were 100 barrels country steam
dried, delivered o; ioo uarrci nun
dried, delivered. o, ou narreis cuy
steam dried, $3 85.
The market fa overstocked and dull
no demand, ami only selling In a small
retail way. Car load lots are quoted
SIS: small order lots S20 per ton.
lteeelpts have Increased and tho market
is Hilly bupplleil with all kluds. There fa
no demand ontsldo of tho local irnde.
Silcs were 10 packages choice frcsti
Southern Illlnofa, 23c ;0 packages old
Hotthcrti, 20c 5 10 tubs chotoj dairy , '-'K")
2Jc, 10 tubs choice fresh .Southern Illi
nois, 2'.V.; 500 pounds choice Northern,
The burke' fa quiet and caAy toIay,
and prices arc unchanged. Sales were
.'I case, Milppers count,, 13c; 275 dozen,
i:ic ; 600 dozen, 12J(jjl3c; 10 boxes, 12c.
Poultry buyers tnatiagw to take, on
iwculatloii, all;rccelpt!, anu the market
holds steady and firm. There is. no local
demand nt all and should specUators
leave the market tho bottom would fall
out on short notice. Sales were 5 coops
choice hens, $1; 5 coops cliolcu lieu, $l(
0 coops choice liens, $1 ;
l!e(elpts of htrawiicrrlcs are very small
and Mild readily to-day nt-fp ; Lemons
are dujl, but holders are firm at $7;
Orange-, are icarrc and in demand at quo
tations. Sales were 10 boxes Oranges
$5 60; 11 boxes $5 75; l:l boxes Lemons
67 7 25,
The market is well supplied wtlh old
Northern I'eath Mows, quoted at $1 per
bushel. New potatoes are dull nt quota
tions. Sales were 100 bushel Peach
Mows SI ;'2il barrels new SI 50.
Plenty and very dull. Sales w. ic 15
barrels New $5.
Slcimor Jim Flsk, Paducali.
" Thompson Dean, Cincinnati.
" Mlnneola, Meiiiphfa.
" Ste. Genevieve, Pittsburg.
Tow-boats Ed. liobbs, St. Loufa,
" Allantlc, New Orleans.
Falls Pilot. Ohio river.
Steamer, Jim Flsk, Paducali.
' Thompson Dean, New Orleans.
" Mlnneola, Cincinnati.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Loufa.
Tow-boat Falls Pilot. South.
IM. Hobbs, Ohio river.
" Atlantic and barges, St. Loufa.
now is pit..
Jim. Flsk, Paducali ; Julia. John A.
Scuddcr.Thos. W. Mcatn. St. Louis.
I.oiifavillo, Mary Houston, Ohio river;
Sam. J. Hale, Cons. Millar, City Ylcks
burg, Cherokee, H. C. Ynegcr and Grand
Lake No. 2, from the South.
mvEii and wi:athi:u.
The river last evening was 22 feet 1
Inch on the gauge, having fallen 5 Inches
during the previous 21 hours. The rivers
are falling everywhere except nt Pitts
burg, where a rise ol 1 Inches was re
-The Hobbs had a tow ol Iron oie for
Tie Fall's Pilot had seven barges
coal for the South.
The Indiana, Capt. Husk, fa coming
from New Orleans.
The Ste. Genevieve brought a few-
bales of cotton for the East.
Tho Thos. Means, duo to-nlglit from
at. Louis, will tow the wrecking boat
'J'Jid stcainbonts .iinlnlii and .Mollli-
Egbert, with three empty barges, were
burned at Pittsburg Wednesday morn-
lug. Loss about ?120,000.
-The Thompson ican jmd to refuse
freight In the lower Ohio on account of
the water. She was drawing !) feet and
found only about 10 feet; at Cumberland
Island. She tilled out here.
The C. 15. Church, says the N. O.
Tiiiim, has withdrawn from the Cincinnati
and New Orleans trade, and Is now ad
vertised to ply between the latter city and
St. Loufa. She was to leave New Or
leans for St. Loufa lat Wednesday even
ing. Mr. Deitnfa Foley, who was the re
cipient of a terrible "belling," night be
fore last, desires It to bo distinctly under
stood that he Is not a married man, no
matter what thu newspapers have said to
the contrary. If ho was guilty, hu would
acknowledge It like a man, but he fa not.
and does not, therefore, like to lay under
such abu.-lve Imputations.
Mr. T. L. Conant, river editor ot thu
Evansvlllc Courier, Is In the city visiting
his sister, Mrs. Oakley, lie is out upon
a month's vacation to recuperate ills
health, which has been Impaired by cloic
application to business, and a severe can
ing lntllcrtd upon him by his river
friends. He captured the cane used upon
him, a very handsome one, having a gold
head with Ids name neatly Inscribed
Capt. James 11. Ead- explained hfa
Jetty system to theJNew Orleans chamber
of commerce and a large concourse of
clti.cns, on .Monday night, to the entire
satisfaction of, hfa hearers. He showed
by Illustrations, that, as tho channel
deepened by cuttlngoiit, the Jetties would
sink and accommodate themselves
to it, thin averting the dan
ger Of IO,S liy luiuerimmug. npcaiv-
Ing of mud lumps that rfae so sudden
ly lu tho months ol tlm Mississippi, ho
said that they were composed of sub
stance much softer than putty, not as
some suppose of tho sediment carried
down by tho cura-nt of the river but of
strantous matter, such as decayed twigs,
logs, Ac, collecting and decomposing.
Thev formed tho gases which forced Hie
mass upward .".These lumps scarcely ever
lorm In the channel of the river, and
would never Interfere with the Jetties.
vV'aii IIWAIUMK.NT. Itivm lli-coiir, I
May '.'3, ls7i. V
arAiioNS. I.OM- wAi.n. tllA-
It. IS. IT IK.
rutni'iiiA ' xl ?
CluelniiatlH...M " ' ,',
Ixuiaville 0 1 - -
Nashville ,, .
.St. lamia I. u '
UiiKHl I'OR" Wot" 1 1
On and af.er.luue lat, 1875, nil dog run
nlog at large, on which tax has not been
paid wljlbe dlsposeMof.. Call at the City
CleiK'a oiucc uim pay iax.
B.g.td, Wm. M. WauAWD.
GRAND MAY PICNIC.
TO im utvr.N- nv mi:
CAIRO TURNER SOCIETY,
On NniKlny, May 30,147a,
At th Beautiful and Bonuuitlo Hilt of Ken.
tueky, Near Fort Jefferaon.
Tho well-known Steamer "Thrco States''
has been chartered lor tho occasion, and
will convey the parly to the grounds. The
boat will leave tho foot of Fourth street, aa
tollowa: Pint trip, 0 a. m.j return, 12
in. Second trip, uto p.m.; return, 2:15
P. m. Third trip, 3 p, m,: return, 7. p. tn.
1 lie excellent Delta .:ity Cornet Hand,
ami a splendid atrlng band have been en
gaged to funilah muilc. Itefmhmcntj of
all kinifa will boon tho grouiiila. A good
time fa anticipated.
Tle!.ct for round trip, fO cents ; children.
55 cents. '
Ticketa cm be obtained at the following
I.'. W. Under, Louis Herbert, Win.
Alba, V. O. Srhuli, Ctui-. Schoenemcyer,
.a. iiiicfner, V. M. Stookllelb, Aiiundus
uaecKci, uity jircwcry.
The Slid Iti-lliililc.
I heiiby announce to the public that
am better prepared than ever to accommo
date my patrons at tho C.ntral Hotel, on
Sixth street, bctwr.ea Coinmercfal and
Wnsbtngtoii avenues. 1 have taken a part
ner in uio noicl imilucM, Mr.. Appfaman,
Who has hid C3nlilcrabla experience In
that line, and will not fall it make guest
reei mome. i ue uolo will always oc
snrplleii with tho best the mirket atlord,
served tip In the moil palatable maimer.
Hoard and lodging per Week, $4 50 ; single
meat', J5c, to bo h id at all houra. I have
also Inconiioctlon with my hotel, a lirat
class barbe."hop, and am prepared to gle
eti'tomors n good shaw, halr-eut, shampoo
ing, etc. 1 will run three chah., mid have
employed tonorhl ortMt who underttand
their business, aiming, 10 cents; sham
pooing, 20 cents ; and h ilr cutting, 2i cent,
(live me a call. Piiok. F. (JoKIim..
Mrs. Ilnnuardotlers her services aaaslck
nurju. She fa experienced In all kinds or
mining. Public patiouage respcctlully so
licited. Leave orders on Cedar street, be
tween Twenty-'1 bird and Twenty-Fourth
"trecfa, In the Porter Home, or P. 0. Ilox
IlMt t'lnnrt. T'oltitveo.
Fred Tclublnau, at hfa cigar and toha;e )
store on Eighth street, ha lut received a
large and complete assortment ofplies, etc.
and a large stock of tho bet brands of smo
king and chewlii; tobacco. P. TVs stand
ard cigar ahvaj a oil baud. Give him a e ill. 1
A good German girl,' who can cook j
and do general liouseswork, will ft ml
steady employment by applying at the
Central Hotel, Sixth Street, between
Commercial and Washington avenue.
5-25-1 w. Katie Ai'I'Ixmax.
Willi led House.
Cottage or two story, withgood accom
modations. Address or apply to D. F.
Bennutt, Howe Sewiqg Machine Ofllce.
I.uuvia t l.uuch t
The blggca'. lunch e cr set In Cairo, will
be apreait tery morning at tho riantcra'
Hon. It I....IO vl-lf trie'Vlanrrf.1- ",','J.
and try a drink of this, the tlnnat beer ever
I oir-rcd lu tlila city. JUi-.Via.3w.
Jo nui! fi Ier.
Landlord! ol hotels and boarding bouses
n III mm It to their advantage to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, l.a'.indress, Mo )2 Koiuin
street, between Washington and Commer
cial avenues. Iiotel and boirdlng-house
washing, T.'tcvnUperdozcn. Poi pleco work
prices are as follows: Sluglo shirt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen SOcj socks fc; two col
lar", 6c; two handkerchiefs, Be; vests 20c;
and all gentlemen's wear, W)c per
dozen. Ladles' dresses, 25 to W)c;
klrts 10 to 20c; drawora 10 to 15c, two
pair hose Be; two collars 5 to 10e. For la
dles' plain clothes ifl 00 per dozen; tor la
dles lino clothes, 1 25 per dozen; done
dromptly, and promptly delivered. P
I'll to it linker'.
Frank Kratky, of the 1'nlon llakery,
Commercial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixth streets, has re-opened hfa bakery, and
fa now prepared to deliver Bread aud Cakes
of the bet quality, anywhere In the city or
country, In auch quantities as his custom
era may desire. Prices will bo mado en
tirely with refer jnco to the present hard
times; In other words, cheaper than the
cheapest. Send tn your orders.
Notice of Ili-niovnl.
Tho well-known barber eliop, corner
I'lglith ami Commercial, presided ovjr by
the popular artfat, George Stelnhouao, has
removed one door north on Commercial, In
;liu Grand Central Hotel. Tho new shop fa
argo and commodious, and thoso wishing
for auytlilng artistic In tho way of fashion
jblo hair cutting, smooth shaves, etc., will
.lo well to call at tho Grand Contrnl llarber
Open every day of the wcek
Il t ISOI.i
OiTicr. or Gh.nkiiai. A nv: Nr. .
C.viuo, III., May IW, l75. J
On the new schedule taking ell'ect to
morrow the '-Md, passengers can H'eitru
sleeping car berths at passenger depoi.
any time alterlO.ilOp. tn. .Us. Johnson,
.ViVUt. Oen'l Agent.
Wo will take, at tho St, Charlea Hotel,
during the bummermonth',50day boarder.',
nt Hi per month, oml50 boarders with cool,
ple.ia mt rooms on tho upper floor, at 30
pcrmuiilh. At mis extremely iv rate,
none but promptly paying boardem will be
accepted. Jkwbtt AVlt.COX Si Co.,
Obstacles to Marriage.
nappy relief for young men fr 111 tho ef.
teetB or error and abuos lu curly life,
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
lingo removed. .New method ot treatment.
Sew and remarkable remedies. Uookt
and circular., sotit Iree, in sealed cnvelopos.
Address, IIOWAUD AS30CLVTIO-V, 410
N. Ninth street, Philadelphia, m. au tuatt
tutlon having a high rcputio" tot honor
al lu conduct and f rolesss011'
Ono thoujatid bushel of choice Michi
gan pencil Wow potMoci, lor sale at
Pa rt kg ii, Axtf.v tc WW
itooins to rent in Wilcox' Hiotlc.
c,"ftI' 5-25-1 w
LOOK DBS I
tlAooltnlM orr.vcrjr BssrrlpMnn
Flour, ni-eonllng to grmit-
Corn, mixed, sucked
Corn, white, aacktd
Ilrnti, per ton
Mcil, uteam ilri.il
Ilutter, rholec Northern
I'uMr-r.chuIci! Sontbeni 111..
t.hicknia, pcrdozen ,
l'otators, r lmrn-l
Onl-jiis, iwr barrel -
A8nraiu-.lor. ... ,
.... t oxj; oo
....... l 7S
- H'Hi Ol
ADMINISTRATOR'S BALE OP
BV vlrliiroraiionfar of the count v eourt of
, , A.l"n1,'e"'ity, In the atate of illinola.
mailCHttlie IH-cvintjcr term llians.f, A 11. IsTt.
imn thi-i.aTtltlf.iiol the undfrslKne.1, a-tmlnla-tiatorormneeuteof
Jobn II. IJt-Vltt,lecwJ.
the ' 1Ulhm UeWlttandotlifra, 1 will, mi
Teiilh lay ofJaauc Meat,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. , oraaid; day, a. It
at piuiUc veaiku! at the front door of the afore at
lllehaM A. Utmon.tsou at Kaat Cape Olranlum
In aalit AleMndereonntT.thefollowloitilMcrlUs
ijtreile.lijte, altualntla Alexaniler county. u
tb atatr of Illinola. to-vrlti
All the interest of thesittd John 1) DeW'itt
iiscra.eil, In anri to the unUlrMnl oiie-luiror
tbatniirtoracclion acvi-n (7), township No. roiir-
Ih1!ii!.,.ili ulih Ip "iree CI ..weal of tue
thinl prlnelna meridian, more particularly da
scri w.1 a. follovra i-Commcnclnj ntthe hiibT
ecction i corner on aoulh aide of said aertl.iu
ai-ven (,), niniiinK thench north with rarmtlou
alx ilegrrrj (mlrnrw.) iimt thirty mliiutc forty
rltfllli fn fantfo rr a.(Un -... i u i . V
' . I a.v-.itiH, mini run ii in k iitnjcw
in St nlnrti-ii ntul l.ettc.a....... I irin. . . ....
ST-llJclmlria toa lwat thence runnirwr
aouth, vuriatlon al.x ifagreea K ili-srres) ,3
llili-fv tiii.iii.... . r... ..l..lK.'... .V.. .fat...
,.,?.M,.? 0,1 '''netcen and ulnely-llu- hiimlrtsliha
(lt I'.Vloo) clmlua to post or Winning at "li"
pud containing aerrnty-ulnr ami ulsty-four
humlivlths Co 6I-IIW hciti more or le'
Tli. ti ..... .. . . , .... . . i . . ,
tlallrtheunillvhlelluiir ufthc weit halfofltia
tV-i ! ' ' uiai'i Heriion.
.......... v.. ..,.U..,-.VM11; llulu ta.ii m uanu
..,t...u i., ,,. jmrirorn incuav
or ttle, the piircliaer to Kite tit nMedrawlaic
. I r lti.pM.iil. Iiilerul ..... i.r .... .
and accuieil by innrljpr.-with jwivier nfiule nii
...... ....... .u, me i.i-.v.ivii i-nTiuriu,
.... .ii-,in.i-a ..uui .ut-llllf- I9IO W IllltU
aut.k-ct to the right of dower of the widow or
aula ileceased t'll AIJI.KS T. KINM,
l.i'iirii'Hilirr, Altomej-. Sl.'-.l-U-dll.
"ITrtl.I. U-jvceliislatthe cltj-clerk's ofllok
until Aliiiiiliiy, -Mny.'llli, 73, fur all to
lllllilrtllf. I-Ill- 11141' Mlllfl. llll.l... .. .
ll-cal ymr Lumber t l irool while or burr
oak, luelrum ip or buil knotn, and to bvg(
m.. ....... .....in ..... . -..-ruiiiKi, ivfi in icncui,
and tn iMiilrlirt-rctinauchrinantlticaaiid at ano
.um- u. .nv cunuiiiiw on birvcia ruay Ulrtct.
The city resvtvea Ihr tight to reject nny and all
falro, Jlny 13, 1S7-'.. C'ltjr CUrW.
...... v.a. a .
If.I. v received at the city clerk's ciBlen
Ulllll Mnnriiir. Mv -Jl. A. II In?.., fnr
the city iirlntlnn for Itieyeur ending June lit,
IsTU, safd bids mint cover the coat of publlililn
the couucil prordlnEa, or.Unu.cea, and notloM
of all kinds, InicrlnlbT any city officer or by
onlcror Hie city council. The city rescm-i the
iST.il 10 rciaci any anil ail i.ina.
ai. t uii.-si.il AAl.i.i , uty Clerk.
Coin., May 13, J875.
NO rtCi: U hereby given that In arcoruanoa
with the ifKiutri-nunta of Section 7,' of an
act cntlllnl "An Actio declare and conatltiite
tticSjtate of lUlnnli tole truatce of that portlan
of theautuvx lcvle.1, umicil , and collaetad
fortheie.ir 1S73, tncxceaaof 'JU-JU tberaoli and
to provide exclualva renu-dlenfor Ihecoinpleta
rrfunJi.iK or the earoe to the ux-payrra oftb
otate who have umt au.li uum. u.i a.. ik
Dpilection of the Mx-payrra entillot Uento, anil
win trt't,KH,.u olSacn orpenwna connected
I will refund to"'.''us,Hlrorpymentthereor.''
iiioiim urlilinor iPilr'on or corporation tha
nliiethlrtr-th40'.h,a,tx-a or twrnty-
'. jrw nrrsentafl Jn otl'uox t S5 LJ33! " f
atdat year, so,rll,K tliVtiiui 'pta ler
Meeting of the Stockholders
Cairo St St. Lout RallroAd Company.
PC11I.I0 notice la hereby given tint there will
ix- nei-i u riMciing 01 uie aiocxnuiucra ui in
Cairo .t hi. Juia iumroaa iinipany, at tbr
ttaliouhmiwof eald comiauiy, in the city o
UantHt. Louli. In the county of St. Clair and
State of lllluols, on
.f outlay I he 29th Iy of June, A. It.
at the hours of rli-ven o'clock a. m., for the pur
pose of then and there rlecllng by said atock
holilrra seven dlrectora for aaid coBapany tor th.'
n-nliiK eur, and Uicn and there tranaactliiA
such other bu-dneia apiwrtalnlng to aaid coiii
luiny aa aliall come beiore aalit meeting.
.v loll attendant of all the atocxholder. !u
aid coinpnuy in miURStftl and inurB UcalreU
lat"l, ttiil'.'OthUay orMay, 1H75.
H. V. SMlTlIKItS,
IJ. .1. CA.NHA,
V. It. AKTllUK,
jSto.-J.liol.lers C. t tit. L. 11. H Co.
Notice to Contractort.
Soaled proposals will be re:clved at my
ofUce until 6 o'clock p. m. ol Tuesday, tlm
1st day or .June, 1S75, for furnish
lug the material and doing the work for
biiildlngtho unfinished portion of brick
sidewalk on tho north tide ofKlgbth street,
between Washington avenuo aud "Walnut
street, and the unfinished portion on north,
and south side of Seventh street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street, and
noxt adjoining laid avenues on each tides
of Waihlnton avenue, between Eighth and
Ninth streets, lets that portion belonging Ua
the proprietors of tbo City Hrewcry. Tho
city council reserves the right to reject any
and all proposals.
WM. KKKN'CU AX LEY,
('.into, 1 1.1.., May 55th. 1870.
- Iti-tall Dealer lu
Imported from Now York City.
m, PAT . No. 178 Washington Ava.
!1U11 Comer Eleventh St.,
. i. 1 . s
- j-j i..iai
AMERICAN WASH BLUE
For Laundry and Household Uo,
tANUWACrOIUD AT TIW
Antrim UlimuiniFh, Vmxi, 1 1
Our Wash Illue lasleU-st latlsa . wM. It
does not -trtak, cvf" "SM,,,11 iS'VJTi".!
hwilth or fabric.' ! ia "'.L'.iJL1 .XlVS
laundries on afceunt of V.iSfhU..
cheanaeaa. flapertor for whltewaahlii. Put
mi dd I pikare convenient for family uae, rrkw
Vo'hiltbi eroeera eTerrwher. Always ak
foMU.AwrluWh lilu..iriou WOBltM
ehrpet J"1 bta'-
AXRRioAjr vivnuitAmnm work
o.uce, ;i WUHaw Stmt, Ktw York:.