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ASOALON I.U1K.K, NO. M.
'Y KilliiKiif rj llilai, hints cury VtU
lyiri day night ut half-past cicn, til Odd
SrVI l'.Ii..,.-' Hull (: Iv hl.ir u.
( Imiiu llorl oiutiiiindcr.
.,.., Al.b.NAMlKIt I.OIHJ1!, NO. Ml.
sV&3i. In-1 ikihI.iiI Order ot Odd-K.I-L-5'S,ft
ow, ninu ciciy Ihui-sdny night
!kitfXK nt liiilf-p.iUccii, I'" Uiclr hall on
I iMiilniTr.lnl incline, hello m MlMli uinl seventh
Urn-Is John II Oossmax, N. O.
1AIII0 CNCAMPMCNI , I O, O. I'., ineel
Lvln odd-l'i Now' Mull on tli Unit uml llilnl
I lllaul.1 III HIT)- lllnlllll, ill li.iir-p.iat wrt n.
I K SLACK, 0. I'.
A CAIItOI.OIKIL. M.lM7,A.F. &A.M.
-i'o.- Hold trjiulnr oimiiniHilmllmn In Ma
ute Hull, comer ( niiiiiii'irul incline
NbihI Lighth Mint, ou Ihu Hcond ami
mill Mond.iv of inch inoiitli
Mr. I'. lilgcrald has Just receded ami
ha oh side nt sale room a large toek
at IlngU-h nil-, porter, Hctincssy brandy
mil wlnn, anil lhpior of all kind, which
In- will dUiiOKi of at reasonable prices.
;! the Ural.
Dr. Selh Arnold's Cotish Killt-r-tlju
great ernillcator lor 'l lung dl-oaae a sti
peilor remedy ton'l othor medicines yet
discovered, la eicro iwi. It Is sure,
iUlsk, and porfccti) rsfe rcinody lor
cuugb, fold, "ir throat, whooping cough
:rnup, and ull dponscs of (lie throat and
lung. Itetall pries, ifi awl 50 cent and !.
Ajy bottle tint does not niv relief may lio
returned, and the money -vt 111 be yfniidril.
Dr. Slh Arnold' Dlurrhuv ISalxni. S.. uud
:ti(i-nU. I!cm"Uiiif r It I warranted. Ar
nold' llirioui Mandrakn I'lIU, operating
without stcknosi and pain. Compounded
by Dr. s'etb Arnold's Medical Corporail 111,
Woonsxket, II. I. Sold by 1'aiil O.Hchub,
druggist, Cairo, III. :.5-i-U-"-3 ji.
I, miles' I'liriiKtilntc More.
A ladles' furntfhlng store ht-'.bccu opened
In 1I10 Theatre building, and stocked with
a lull lino ofi'veryl'ilng pertaining t'i ladlos'
wear read l-mad dresses, underwear,
etc.-all of the latest stylos and willbesold
at lower Usurer Uiiim ever before ollered In
Calio. Tlieti good were purchased In
New York, arc of the best material, and
will be sold very rea'iualdi. AIi" MIM
ucry good ofalt kind'. SG-l-30-lm.
t'lif Male Siimlny ftilioiO (Mutciilluii
The Sevcnteiith Anuuil Oonvrntinn of
the .Statu Sunday Holicol A si elation ot III!
noli- will bo held lu the City of Alton, T ue
day, WVdnekday and Thurnliiy, May i!lb,
'.Oth and '.'Tib, 1674, eomuien'dnjr Tiu-fdy,
at 10 a. m.
I'scii county In tho Mate, execjit Cook, It
ontllUd to t)U deleratcii. Tno n'lalier Irotu
Conk county t not liuiltad. Tho pro
gramme will be publbthod oon, and for
wrdtd to to eouuty t-eorelarl-.it. The ar
i'AUoufnt lor the contention give prom
tno ofa moil prodtalile and (.leKtanlieiipju.
County i'otirtlarlet a'o riVtifUd to liaro
t lift notice publl-bed In the county jner..
It. 1-'. .Iaooo!-,
Chhlrm-aiiof tba KxocutHc CommlUi-c.
V.wry Hrni Vwir,
diyilololt my, Urn liiun jii body t cn
tlndy chmffad and rnowud. Kcry mo
mint ol our lives every part of our lodlei
In wearing out and Ii bclu' built up aut-tv
of freli raittor. TM work U at complldif.d
by the blood whieU oc through every
part. Hut Iftlie bl'tod become, weak or.
vltUtcd, and dock not portonn lti wotk
properly, the yitem l actiully polone,l
by the worn-out matter closing the lt.il
orani Inilc-aJ of leatim; ihe body. Kor
l)iepU, blllou-ncs, kidney, tkln and
liver troubles tevcri, and all dlsiasoi aris
ing from vitiated blood, l)n. WaI.kkis's
CaI.ipohni.v Visua.in UinKits are a wiv
ercljn rcmody. ..M-lA:w-lw.
UavlK ailn cutabtlilicd mjtolf In the
Lumber bu-iiif:, ut tho Wall .t Knt Mill,
I am prepared to fell lumber of all ktciN,
Uth and ildnglei nt wholesale and retail,
and to ollVr ex r induveiuoliU at all tlmi",
KUtrauicrlng the loweft po.ble irlccs
4ili-r..ll-tni. J. S. MoClAimv.
I. noli out fur Yimr 1.
In addition to paying tho tax on -do
and sluts, the owner or '.iinc inns l.coinply
with this paragraph in ordinance No. 3,
.Sec. 15 : "That no ilo or slut shall, be
tween the llrt day of .luui; and the llrt
day of Kovetnher, run nt laru within the
limits or said city, without having a -ul)-Ktantial
wire or leather niu..lo securely
fastened over mid iirouuil Us niouth,"
i&c. No exception ran or will ho made
to the rctpilreiiienU of this ordiuauei:.
W. .M. Williams,
Tno-llorsc Wiiaou Tor Knlo.
A now wagon lor talo at a barb'alu. Ap
Vly at the Uullktin couotlnx-rootn. tf.
Mill lu Hie I lelil.
Mr. l'ldl It. Saup wUboH to announce to
his friends and the public generally, that
ho has lately lifted up, In excellent style,
his commodious and comfortable psrlnrs 011
Washington avftuuo, near Eighth street.for
ih eiitfitalument oflhoso ot our cltlzons
uml ilm ret of mankind who luduliro lu
ico crsam, oda water, confectioneries, v.
and that be Is prepared to luiuMi to citi
zens of Cairo, it home or at his parlors
anything lu his line. Hill, h well known
to our cltlons, and as lilt rooms are very
iileii-ianlly lilted up, ami as hu cm alwajs
lm found at hU po-t, tliy or ldsilit, to look
utter thu WLlf.iro of Ids cu-tJiniirs', We lm
bpcik for blin that custom which hu entor
prlbo mortis. Ills lea cream and leiuonado
,nro ibllclous, his iflda water Is not equalled
by any In tho city, and ns lar as conteetlou
cries are concerned, It fnniPt bo denied
that his ktocH is always tbobet In tho city.
AUiioiiA m:cic m:i:i! nt i.ouis
Voeiil uml luslriinieiiliil .Music,
Mrs. MoiHarrat will lusuino icaehhi";
on the 25tU Inst. All desiring 11 classical
ediicalloii in plauo uiiisto will cnmiiienno
lit early as possibli). Voeal Instruction,
nccordlutf to tho old Italian niaters,
thoroughly tauht ; nlo, hainiouy and
thorough 1ms Clus.-cs In Rolle(o.
I'liiuo and Oil,'"" TiiiiIiik-
Mr. M. Ivuhuo desires us to fay that bo Is
ready to roeelvo orders for l'lano and Or
an lulling, and repairing musical Instru
ments. Orders may bo loft at tbo corner ol
Thirteenth aud Walnut streets, or 1'. U.
Ilox OtfU, aud will receive prompt attention,
SATI KDAV, MAY !!:, 187ri.
I, mill V-iii:ui' lli-iiorl.
;aiuo, I i.i.., Jlny !M, Irtft.
Timu. Hah. I Tint. M'imj.
7 11 m. 'it.fJt I in s
11 " VK'W 1 TT
i 111. '.".i.'i ?' X-
1II0MAS JONLS, rtirxt. S., II. H. A.
.IiK-lt l!o?. the ninii who liotiiinlklll(;il
AII10 Olbbi III Ihh (Hy last lall. wn
rlwui'il In the AU'Numlerrounty (Irfiilt
u Time t'lirtl.
'J'Iip iiinimi'iiii'iit of the Cairo, Arknii-
is XTi'MH nillroad company liau inade
out 11 now time card, wlilcli will o Into
idl'ftt 'in Sunday next.
W'v an- told Hint iiuotlicr iw ol' piikiII
pox liai luoU'ii mil 011 Twiiily-ei'eoiiil
ftrn.d, In lliulnuilly of 11 colored '"'i"
iiiiinc'il Win. Itownuiii.
Olit IN :m li IIIoitH.
It. J. Cmi'Iltl b i ju.t rocehed from Itocli
rtcr, Now Tori:, Mil 1mliH obolcu I irgo
pnif h blow pntatoe, elreteU for seed and
for f.unllv ue, wlilcli bo otli m for ralo at
Id (.'roi-ery, north fldo of KlgliUi 'tret't, be
twecn Ooinincrcial and V'ahlii!;ton arc
T11 lie .Viitlrc.
TI15-C who have not yet made out and
tlellverwl to mo a list or schedule of their
personal projierty, 113 required by law,
are reiectfully rcipiotrd to 1I0 'o nt the
curliest moment. Ollleo No. 75 Ohio
I.CVCC. Cll.14. Cl'X.M.NOIIAM,
The sinall brick building on the corner
of Fourteenth street and Washington av
enue, oeoiinleiiljv jir. riillllps asiinews
stand and grocery 'tore, Is now Ivlng
Our of the colored Janitors of the cu
toni hou'o wnseng!i''eil, yesterday niorn-
Ing, In cuttliij' the un.'-i and otherwiio
cleaning up the custom hotte yard.
C.ipUiiu I'hillip- Is moving the build
ing lately occupies! by him as a grocery,
corner Fourteen street and Washington
to Ihe rear end of the
lot. fronting on J'oplar, pMp.initiry
to the erection ofa two itory Uriel; of .7)
feetfront, In place of the old store room
C. W. Itradley, of l'hlllips' wharf-boat
Is sorrowing over the lojof hlspetsqulr
rcl "llonny,' which strayed away du
ing the torcnoon yuiiril.v. Any no
finding the ray will confer a great favor
upon llrnd. by returning It to him.
Offici: ov Tin: C.uiio : r. I.oi is I.. K.
Co., Cwuo, III., May 27tli, 1S7."i.
meeting of the Directors ot this Com
pany will be held on Wtsluu-ihy tho 2nd
ilav of .Inuc next, A. D. lso, at.o eloeU
V. M..atthe Wharl'-nianer'sofllee, comer
Levee and Sixth street, in the elty ot
Cairo, Illinois. Si .v.iri 'i avi.oi:,
IVtiT I'avanaugh, n young man em
ployed at the Cairo Ilox ami l'.aket Fac
tory, had three of his lingers badly in
jured on Thursday evening, while, work-
lug about 11 "-aw. Urn tore linger 01 me
left hand was fo badly mangled that the
physlelaus were compelled to out It off.
Health Ullli'i-r Itrow'n.
Health Olllcer Ilrown will cglu hi-,
work or looking alter the welfare of the
city's health on next Tuesday morning.
the lliM int. .Mr. Ilrowu proven nim
sclf an efllclent olllcer lu thlscapaelty du
ring his former term of action, anil will
no doubt attend to tho duties imposed
iipniihiui tills time equally as well.
No I ice.
in aeeorilane with the requirements of
an order of the hoard of County Commis
sioners, notice Is hereby glven that I will
redeem county orders and Jury eertlll
cates on presentation. Interest will eace
011 the Uth day of .lime, 1'"3.
C.uno. lu... May 27. 1S70, .V.IMOt
i. o. o, r
Tho memb'.'H 01
No. 221, 1.O. 0. 1, are hereby
to meet nt tho Lodge room this morning
nt 8 o'clock sharp, to attend hi full rega
lia at the dedication of tho Soldier' Mon
ument at Mound City. The train loaves
promptly at half-past nine. Visiting Odd
Fellows are cordially Invited to Join us In
procession. Hy order ot tho Lodge.
C. K. Slack,
Tlic Niii-.-7mi rwiilug I'luU.
The "Stin-lMi Fishing Club," com-po-cd
ofa number of prominent gentle
men of this city, among w honi arc Messrs,
I'. W. Uarclay, K. C. I'nee, T. W. Ilalli
day, Judge- William Green, .I0I111Q. llar
innn, and others, went to Kentucky yes
tcrd.iy afternoon lor the purpusoof catch
ing ll-h for the Cairo nmiket. Those who
may desho fish In any quantity, should
leavo their orders nt tho ollleo of John
Q. llarnmn, corner ot Sixth street and
.Nciu-ly n I'lrc.
15cl ween nine and ten o'clock yesterday
morning a tiro was discovered In Iho car
penter shop of a man named Kelly, near
tho corner otTwclllh street and Washing'
ton avenue, which undoubtedly would
havu been attended with serious results,
hui tho discovery not been made just
when It was. Them was no one nt work
In the shop when tho lire was discovered,
nor had them been for feycral days past,
and It Is therefore thought that the Humes
originated through the carlessucss ofa
number of hoys who were playing about
DECOHATION DAY- MOUHD Cltt.
'ilin.t Iih i iiiii h unilniml.Miiy
liny voiir tb.'ki-u to-day M avoid 11
nisli, mill pci'iiro i-xciirxluti ralc rni
filler." not provlib'd with tiekidn below
nteiliitf tin; i'jii-i, will bi' (bailed full
'I'lcUtts lor calo at 1 1 own .S-wIn;; Mii
hlnc olllrc, Coinint'rcial Avfiuit.
10th ; McdaulfyV Urujf More, Commer
cial AU'iiuo, near 20th Mi ret; (J. 1.
Whltlock-, Washington Avcnun, corner
10th; Si:1iiiIi'j I )ruy slorc. Cominurclul
AvuiUc, bftuccn litluniil itb, muliii inu
Trillin 'toil lit 10th and '20th tic !t.
Pare for the round trip, SO wnt-i.
M. II. UooDinni, '1. T. A.
The children liiMiMThompson'siooiu
In the Thirteenth street school, hail quite
a pleasant time yesterday afternoon. A
lilcnlc win held In the school House, lor
their benefit and a largenmouiit ol 'Wcct-
meats, of every de-erlptlon, was secured
for the occasion, which the littl" ones
very soon made way with. 'Ihe piiill
think MUsThouip:Ott U ju-t lh- teacher,
A IIoi-hc I'ulr.
A "Horse Fall "' In Cairo would 1x5 u
great attraction. I lious.nui" oi "lair
women and bravo men ' would conic to
see the last trotters and pacers aim toe
thoroughbred',; which would bebrought
together to compete for the premiums!.
It might not be as grand an affair as they
have lu .St. I.ouis orChleago, but It would
be so full of interest that Cairo could
hardly hold the people that would come
to sou and be seen. Make It exclusively
a "nor; fair: " lot it continue at least
two days ; offer good premiums for the
best thoroughbreds, lor the be-t road
liters, for the fastest paeer and fastcsl
trotter, under the saddle anil lu hanic
and tor tho bet enulstrbin : ami have a
running race each day.
Wo know there are men In our midst
who can make such n Fair a success In
Cairo, and If successful It will pay and
repay Cairo and all Its brunches of bu-r
Ye'tcrday morning about nine o'clock,
.1 uesro man and woman, hiuhaud and
wife, named respectively Ahner aud VIr
glni.l Million, had a regular old time
rough and tumble tlirht. the eau-e of
which, ns set lorth by the Irate Virginia,
who is able to knock a llfty pound sand
bag, with eighteen Inch strop, over the
beam every time, was that Abner had
been guilty of squandering her hard
earned mean", lor which she had day af
ter day toiled at the wash tub, in play
ing ehuck-o-luck, and she didn't
tiropo-e to he trc.atM in that kind of a
stvlebv anybody. The palrptmched each
other's noses pulled each othcr' hair,
watched, bit, and did everything el
that was unbecoming peoplu of hlgl
standing, until they weic made aware of
lh., liict, hy Ollloor Shcelmn. that they
were under arrest, who marched them
over to tbo court room ot Judge llro.,
who lined Abner live dollar's mid cons,
for whipping his w ife and let the woman
o free. Hut the end had not yet come.
Aimer's blood was now up, and be want
ed revenge. He had hN wife arrested
for whipping him. and taken before
.Judge Illrd, who lined her live dollars
and theifital trimmings.
Too Sli:ir for llllll.
For some time past. It has been tho
practice ofa number ol the people resid
ing in tbo upjier part of the city, to turn
their stock, such :us horses, cows, mules,
sheep and hogs, Into St. .Mary's Park, for
the purpo-e ot allowing them to graze.
The fact having been made known to
Chief of Police Williams, that gentleman
resolved to put a stop to the bu-lness,
having come to the conclusion that Col.
Taylor had no Intention of making It a
public pnsturcHeld when lie donated it to
the city. Accordingly, yesterday morn
ing, at three) o'clock, a policeman was
ordered by him to go to the park, secure
ly fa-tcn the gates, and then keep his
eye peeled" for any 0110 who might at
tempt to open t hem lor the purposo of
letting lu stock. The policeman detailed
did as directed by the Chief, remaining at
Ids post until ten o'clock yesterday morn
ing, but ui to that time no one made hla
appearance, and he forsook his post lu dls
gutt. Tho people who have heretofore
committed this breach of the elty law
were, through some mean-!, the.Chlel
thinks, apprised of the presence of the of-
tlcer, and kept both themselves and their
stock at home, or at least away from lite
Tho Jury, in Iho cao of tho People
vs. Andrew .1. Iloss, after listening to a
very nblo argument by Mr. Anderson In
defense of l'oss and tho reply of tho
States Attorney, retired, and lu a few min
utes returned a verdict of not guilty.
Walter Matthews and Harry
Cheatunt were put upon trial for the
crime ot robbery, but tho evidence fall
ing to provo tlio name of the owner of
tho property claimed to have been stolen,
tho defendants were discharged.
Tho court passed sentence upon sev
eral criminals, who had heretofore been
tried or plead guilty. '
Letters of Introduction, to tho pro
prietor of the Stato Hotel at Jollel in this
State, wore made out for the following
named persons, who Intend veiling that
Institution, where It is thought tho ac
comodations nro superior to those ten
ilcred them here: .lohn Johnson will re
main for one year ; John Leo otiu year ;
Samuel Hortou eighteen mouths ; Hob
or! Andrews two years ; Henry llarum
one year; John liownlng two years:
Louis Williams two years ; William Mur
ray o'lo year ; Hubert Sanders eighteen
months ; Joseph Urhby two years
Thcfo persons, although apparently In
good health are allllcled with various ills
easis, known ns burglary, larceny, rob
bery, bigamy and forgery. As they nro
the guests of our State, Mr. Irvlu will ac
company them to Jollet to see that they
reach their destination sately.
Open every day of tho week,
II,.,, I j .Hen I I
I will 01,011 my m-'th?1. ,m HA,u.:'l?.y.
morning, May 2U.h. (i. "
IIIUC, .Ml lllKf':"" ""'
Col. Wiitklns of Mound city, wa
-The Hon. Isane Clements ot Carbon-
dale, Is In thccliy.
Mr. I.ouis Mathcw, of St. I.ouis lor-
incrly of Cairo, Is lion lu the city.
,f. II. isrysou, 01 sotuu urouua,
was at tho St. Charles yesterday,
II. Iturkale, ot I orcuian, Illinois, was
at the Ornnd Central yesterday.
-i.J. II. Murray, of Chicago, wasnn ar
rival at the Grand Central yesterday.
l'rof. W. N. Alvord, of Iloston, wa
rclstercd nt the St. Charles yesterday.
II. Stowry, ofGalvc-tou, '1 exas, was
revered nt the Planters' yesterday.
-Cnrey llettcr-eii, of St. I.ouis, wns
regtered nt the (irand Central yester
day. -II. C. .Smith, of New otk city.
was registered nt the St. Charles yestcr
!. II. K rk mm. o St. i.ouis was
registered at the Grand Vntr.il yestcr
.lohn W. Gashing, ol iiarnsnurg,
Illinois, was nn ariivid at the namers
T. C. Wilon. 11 moiiiliient genuc-
maii of Chicago, was registered -A the St.
Mr. d. W. .McComett, 01 -lacKson,
Teimc'sce, was registered at theDeliiion
ico yesterday inorning.
.1. II. Chapman, of Vienna, a promi
nent olllclal of Johnon county, was reg
istered at the Grand Central yesterday.
W. C. I'ettljohn, agent for a patent
water lank, such as Used In hotels, stores
etc., called the "Tilpoll Flltercr." was at
the St. Charles yesterday.
-C. A. licck, Division .Superintendent
ol the Illinois Central railroad, In com
pany with his wile, were registered at
the St. Charles yestcnlay.
Hedge D. .Miller, ol tho linn of
Young Ilrothcrs, clothiers of St. I.ouis,
who wa formerly 11 prominent clothier
of thU city, was registered at the St.
Mi-s Hughitt, a daughter ot Marvin
Hughltt, formerly Superintendent of tho
Illinois Central railroad company, Is lu
this city, visiting at thi;rc--ldeucoof('apt.
W. I'. Ilalliday.
Dr. I. I.. Williams isin the city, look
ing, in point of health, like 11 new man.
He will return to Commerce, Mo., where
ho Is motivating and resting, on Monday
Mr. Thomas Orr.ill.si prominent black
walnut lumber dealer, of Iloston, who
has lieeu transacting business In thU city
for some weeks past, returned to his
quarters at tho St. Charles yesterday,
from a tilp up the Ohio river.
Steamer Jim FWM I'adueali.
duo. A. Scudder, St. Louis
Grand Tower, St. Louis.
John L. lihodcs, Cincinnati.
Fannie Tiitum, Cincinnati.
Tow ISoat Gen. Anderson, St. Louis.
" Tlios. W. Means, St. i.ouis.
Steamer, Jim FNk, I'.iducah.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
Jno. A. Scudder, New Orleans.
" Julia, New Orleans-.
Jno. L. l!hode, St. Louis
" I'annle Tatum, St. Louis
Iloat Gen. Anderson, Tenn. river.
Thos. W. Means, Irontou.
Jim FIsk, Puducah : IdlcwIId, Evan
ville; City ot Vicksburg, Vlcksburg;
Cons Millar, Memphis; J. N. Kellogg,
Grand Lake Xo. 2, lJIuo Lodge, Com
monwealth, New Orleans ; Hello of Mem
phis, St. Louis.
nivni: ash wi:atiii:ii.
The river last evening was 21 feet 0
Iiiohe-i 011 the gauge, haying fallen 7 Inch
es during tho previous 21 hours. The
rivers elsewhere are falling; S feet 0 inch
es Is what the John A. Scudder found
coming out from St. Louis. Weather
dry, hot and threatening until 5 o'clock
last evening, when a most drenching rain
storm came 11 11 from tho southwest, aud
lasted about IiO miuutcs.
Special to the Missouri Ilepiibtican
from Kiin-as City gives an account of a
rain storm that visited Hint section, which
began Thursday morning and lusted 21
hours. It was exceedingly heavy, and
will eaiwi a rl-o hi tho Missouri.
The special says reports brought
hi to that city show that
the ralu was general In every direction
for over a hundred miles. Considerable
damage was donu to farmers mid crops,
railroad embankments. Ac, but tho
greatest damago was done to grasshop
pers. They were literally wiped out.
The streams, gutters, and tho MNourI
river were black wllh countless millions
olheso pests, and they lay in heaps hi
the llelds, killed by tho pelting rain.
'The li'cllng of dread," says tho Bpeelnl,
Ms rapidly giving way to one of rejoic
ing, and Gov. Hardin will doubtless he
called upon to issue u proclamation of
th.iuk-iglvhig instead of 01m offasthignnd
. VXa tiKi'-iiiiHKsr, IliiLii ItLi'uiir, j
May is, ls7B. I
STATIONS. LOW WATCH, '-n"-
IT, IN. IT. IN',
pitui'iint. 8 - J
Ifliilsilllo ft u 1
tit. Uml 17 "
nous! itoKHi not it
On and utter Juno 1st, !87,, til, dogs run
n log at lnrg, on whleh tax has not boon
p dd will be disposed of, Call at tho City
Clerk's ollleo and jury tax.
fi.g.til, Wm. M. W11XUMS,
10 UP. 'i.ivn.v liy tiii:
CAIRO TURNER SOCIETY,
On Knnilii', Miiy .10, IHT.l,
At tho Beautiful and Romantic of Ken-
tntky, Nearl'crt Jefferson.
.1-1 '0 VfoU-known Steamer "Thres jtstos"
has bci 11 chartered tor tho oeca'lon, and
III convi' V ,llu l''lr'y to the groundi, Tbo
boat will loa'Vc tho foot of Fourth Urcet. as
follows: FlnH Irip, U a. in.; return, 12
m. Hecoudtrip, 1:30 p. m. ; return, 2:ir
11. in. Third trip, 'l p. in,: retuin, 7. p. in.
'I he excellent Delta City Cornet Hand,
and a plcndld utrlng band have been en
gaged to furnish luuelc. Itetrthuienls of
all klhd will be on tho grounds A good
tlino Is anticipated.
Tickets for loitnd trip, "O cents ; children,
Tickets em be obtained nt tho following
i:.A: W. Under, I,uU Herbert, Win.
Alba, 1'. O. sjchuli, Chas acbocucmeyer,
IM, Iluefuer, F. M. Stoekfletb, Aliriiidus
.laccket, City llrewcry. -
One Ihomand hitsheU of choice Michi
gan peach blow potatoes, tor sale at
I'.utKK.i:, Axi.nv,v Wii.k's.
rent in Wilcox's Mock.
I lie old Kcllnlilc.
I hereby announce to tho public that I
am better prepared than cvnrto accommo
date my patrons nt the Central Hotel, on
.Sixth street, between Commerchl and
Wldngtoti uremics I havo taken a part
ner In tbo hotel bu-lness, ihr. Applcman,
who has bad con-ldcrabls experience In
that tine, and wilt not fall to make guests
feel at home. Tho table will always lie
supplied with the best the inirkct nilord-,
served up In tho 1110U palatable manner,
Hoard and lodging per week, $1 SO ; sluglo
meal', 27IR, to bo bid at all hour-. I have
also In connection with my bote', a first
class barbe: fhop, and am prepared to give
cuitomcrs a gDod shav , hair-cut, nhampoo
lug, etc. I will mu three clubs and have
employed tonsorl d artlt who understand
their budncss. Slaving, 10 cent; fbain
poolng, 20 cents j and Inlr cutting, 2 cents.
Give roe a call. Pnor. F. Gocnni..
Mcli X u is e.
Mrs. llonnnrd oilers her services as aslck
nurte. She I- c.vporicncoii in all kinus 01
nur.'lng. I'ubllu patronage respectfully so
licited. Leave orders on Cedar Mrcct, be-
twecn Twenty-'I bird ar.d Twenty-Fourth
streets, In tho I'orter House, or I'. O. Ilox
I'Ipcs CI(fiCH Tolmrco .
Fred Tclchman, nt bis cigar and tob.voi
ttoro on Klghth street, has Just received a
Urge and complete atsortmprt of pipes etc.
ana a largo stocK otitic best brands 0 1 "no
ting and chewing tobacco. F. T.'n stand-
urd elirar alway ou band. UKe hbu a e ill.
Willi I '!-; I rl
A giioil German girl, who can cook
and do general hoiie-work, will Jlnd
steady employment by applying at the
Central Hotel, Sixth Street, between
Commercial and Washington avenue.
VJ.Vlw. K.uir. Aitmuma.v.
Lunch ! I.unrli !
Tho blggcs. lunch cversct In Cairo, will
be spread ovcry morning at tho Planters'
House. Wiener beer N tho great attrac
tion. It pays to visit tho Planters' House
anil try a drink of this, the llltcst btcr ever
offered in this city. H0-7i-13-Sw.
lio unites Her.
Landlords of hotels and boarding houses
ill tliiil it to their r.dvaiitago to call upon
Mrs, Coleman, Laundress, No 12 Fourth
street, botweiin Washington and Commer
cial avenues Hotel aud Liurdlng-houpo
washing, 7&crntpcrdoen. F01 piecework
prices aro as follows: Slnglo thlrt iind col
lar, 10c; psr dozen SCc; focks Tic; two col
lars, lie; two handkerchiefs, 6c; vests 'JOe;
and all gentlemen's wear, SOc. per
doen. Ladle-' dresjee, 21 to f0c;
skirts 10 to 20cj drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hose 6c; two collars .1 to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothes 61 00 per dozen; for la
dles lino clothes, $ I 2.1 per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
Frank Kratky, of the Union llakety,
Commercial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixth streets, has rc-opened his bakery, and
is now prepared to deliver lire id and Cakes
of the best quality, anywhere lu the city or
country, in biich quantities as his custom
ers may desire. Prices will bo made en
tirely with rofennco to the present bird
times; In other words choaper than tho
cheapast. Scud hi your orilors.
Xollrc of ItenxMiil.
Tho well-known barber shop, comer
Cighth anil Commercial, jiresldcd ovsr by
'.ho popular artbt, Gcorgo Stclnhouso, has
amoved one door north nn Cotmnorclal, In
.ho Grand Central Hotel. Tho new shop Is
argo and commodious and thoso wishing
for anything artistic In tho way of fashion
iblo hair cutting, smooth shaves, etc., will
Jo well to call at tho Grand Central llarher
Omen or Gkniiuai. Aok.nt,
Caiiio, III., May 22, lh7.". J
On tho new schedule taking effect to
inorrnw the 2;!d, passengers can secure
sleeping ear berths at pas-enger depot,
any time after 10:110 p. m. .1 as Johnson,
,1-25-:i. Geu'l Agent.
Wo will take, at tho St. Clinics Hotel,
dining t tie sumniflr months. .10 diy bo irdcrs,
at i-yi per inoiilh, iiiuino boarders with cool,
pleas mt rooms on the upper flow, nt $30
pur intuitu. At this extremely low rato,
none but promptly paylug boarders will bo
accepted. JnwKTT WILCOX fcCo.,
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from tto cf.
tocis ot errors and abusos In curly life.
Manhood restored. Impodlineiits to mar
riage removed. Now method ot treatment,.
Now and roniarkablj remctlles, Hooks
and clrcuUrs sent tree, in sealed cnvaltipcs.
Address, HOWAHD ASSOCIATION, 410
N. Mnth street, Plilladtlphla, P, an lustt
tutlon having u high rejiutatlOB for honor
ul lo conduct and prolcssloual skill.
A sllternlatcd No. 0 U'li.mi hi, J
Ing Machine, hard (piano) ilnl.ll yZTll
.ri. Will be sold at 820 dlsror . '. OI1 ,
I,...,,,. .,,1.1 .ti....r.u mt.ongood
' """'" 111 tho factory
.-so. 1; nson tmuw e Sowh)K ylacMm
valued at 73. Will, V,B sold at $15 iIIm-ouiiI
aim nruorcu uircov iMlll tJC tnelory.
A fOO IteuilnKton Sowing Machlno-sJtO
on for ca-h. Suitable for tailor or boot and
At 11 bargain, and on good terms, a Ilowo
hewing Jl.ir.hlnc. .May !, ?Cen at the Com
panj n ortlco, comer Ninth ,treot and Com
merclal. Hon ham:.
A new two-horse Oamblo v. agon,
For any of tho above, articles apply at
the 1SCI.LK1 I.N ofli.-c.- I.'. A. Ittrit.NKTT
lliiic llnIN il 1:1 cry ll scrlilli.ii
CHinO MARKET IVHOLESflLE.
fomTlcl Dally hy V. l Mlrnnis, roiniiililon
Trail" ol'ir,''1,rJ v "" 'ro Hourd ol
Klour. ni-oonllnif to ltuiIi.
tl 03T in
...... $.1 80
I ' sou
Com, hiIxkI, nii ki-1
Corn, whltv, saukul
1 lutj, mlxiil ,
I Iron, per tun
Mml, steam lri,-t... .........
Iiiiller, clioice .sortlirrn
IliilUr.r.liolruSomiiprii 111 ...
Kkcs .per ilozrn
( hlrkciis iicrilozi'ii
'liukrya, jir ilo.i-n
l omiocs, jr iiami
Oiibns, rer burrtl
i"lni3in no. ..
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
BY virtue of unorder ( the county roiirt ol
Alcxaiiilcrcouiiiy, In the luic or llliimU,
inailu nt the llin-rnlifi-lirni Hi, ,,.r A 11 iwsi
upon the imrtlll'iii ol the undersigned, wltnluls
lruloririlii'lnleiil'.liiliii 11. l),.Vvin.ilri.,.j.i
iinlint llarbni E. OcWItt uml others, I wlll.nn
TciHIi liny of June. 'Next,
ut tlm hourof lOo'clwk u m , of.iM day,
m jiuuiiu ,1'iniiicui in,- iruiu 110111 oi uic siure ot
Itii'luml A. IM1110111U0U at Eust Cuiv lilrunliuu
In said Alrxanilercuunty.tliernllowIiiKdcscrlb
isl real iwtatc. slliuitisl lu Alfxnmler county, in
uiveuitr 111 .lunula, ,, 11
All the Interest ur the euiil .John I) DrWIlt
lUci-jMsl, Iii nml lo the tiuillvMtsl oiip-liulf ul
ui.uiunoi .ecjion n-icu (,), towinlilpMi. lour
titn (II), south ranso No, tune (.1), westofthe
llilnl prluclpul mrridiiin, more imtticulurly 1I0
crltnl 11s rnllntvii Loiumcncinu ut Ihe hull
fcrilon curlier 011 snuih utile of said bccliou
si-ii-ii (J) , running tliciirti iiortti wllh variation
tlv degree (A ili-giu-a) nmt thirty lulnutuit forty
chain tu rrnlre of station, ami ninniiiK ihcnrc
ra-i iiiiKKcii unu riKiiiy-seicn niintirisitiiii (iu
s7-l'"i) clialmtoii iKi.t 'Di" thence running
nuin, vuruiion i ucn-es (u iHrti-s) nml
thirty minutes 1 forty chains to pot''Et"
thi'iicc Most nlniti'cii unit nini'ty-llNelitinilrtslIha
(III ICi-lUI) chain to pull of beginning nt "C"
and containing selenty-nhie nml sixty-four
hiinilmltli (7'.m1I-1iio) ucri ii more or less.
'J he above described rr.it estate twins substan
tially the undivided li df of Ihu west half or the
ti'Utn cut quarter of paid section.
1 i.iuis ui s.i.u. una inini cash in hani
tbu lialanre to lie nabl In ono 1 iur from tlieilnr
01 saic, imspurriiascr w ric in note unliving
l-c tiiTCrlit. inti-ifst for Ihu ik-fiinvil luiTinent.
nml feciirrit liy mortgage ivltli Jioiver ot sale ll
oil the lircnil-ua solil. The mf, I lohn toaiIa
mihjictto Uim right ol" iliiwrrof thuwlitnwul
Kin 1 ueccastn cn.llll.l.s 1 . KiMi,
Uvorge Usher, Allomcj-. 412-5-lJ-illt,
WILL Is' received nt llie city clerk' odlcd
until .Monday, -Mjy'.'ltli, IST5, lor all the
luinberlhe clly nuy n'iulrc during the prvsent
fiscal year I.umbi r to he good white or burr
oak, free IVom sap or had knots, and to Wot
Mich illmenilon not c.vecsllug'.'l IWt lu Itugth,
uml to hcdi'llwrrd in such iitiintltlos and at such
times a the commltle on sln ets may direct.
1 lie city ru-enca the right to n li ct any unci alt
bid. W3I. FRENCH A.M.HV,
rulro, Jlay 13, tsTS. City CIitW
'V7"ll-I' lecclicil at the cllyck-ik' ollleo
VV until Mombiy, May ill, A. 1) I;.1, for
thcctly printing fur the year ending June 1st,
ls70. .ifd bidi iiitHtcnrertliecost oliiubllshliig
lh rnunrll promtllng, onllnuncc, and notice
ol'ull kinds, Inrrrlisl by mi v city olllcer or by
onU-ruf Hie city council 'I he cily roorvc Hie
right to ivjwt uuy nml nil lildi
WAl. FIIKM I1 AAI.1.V, CIlyCKlk.
Cairo, Jlny I.I, 173,
"Vf O rtri: I hereby glicu Hint In lU'Ciinlance
wllh Ihe miulri'ineuH nl' Section 7, (it'un
ucteiitilksl "An Act hi declare 1111 1 constitute
thcsiale ol Illluol sole trustee ol' Hut portion
of the stale lav leiltsl, iiasi-j.-nl uml collected
forlliej-eir IS7J, lu eices of -."j-30 thereolj uml
to provide cxchi'lve rrmetllri for tho coinpUte
rrlumllng of the same to the lax-payer nl' Ihu
Mate liu have pulil such elceas. and tor tlie
protection Of the lax-payers entitled thereto, nud
of countle nml ull olllcer or person connected
wllh tliecolkcllon.ciislody or payment tin leol-,
1 will refund to such person or corporation the
nmoiint bylilmorlt jiald In c.uvs of twenty
nine llilrly-slMhs ul such state tax of Is73, up
on the presentation of hlsor It tax receipts for
said yenr, covering the same
CIIAS CI NNlN'lill.VM,
iy-5- 11-iliivl w. County '1 1 ensiiivr.
Mooting of tho Stockholders
Cairo St. Louis Railroad Company.
OlIII.IC notlcn l heieby glicn Hint there will
X be held u meeting of the atocklinldtrs oflhe
Cairo ,t St. Unils ltallroad l oinpaiiy, nt Ihu
station house of said company, In Hu' city nt
East St. I.011N. in Hie county of M. Clair aim
btiitc oflllluoiJ, 011
siuiiiliiy Uic 'JMIi luy r Jiiiu-, A. I,
nt Ihu hour of eleven o'clock a. m., for Ihe imr
iioaeof then and llieie elwllngliy suld stocK
Itnldsr .0M11 illreclor fur snld company lor the
eiiauing year, 11ml thru and lliriu transacting
such other bull iim uppcilalulog lo raid com
puny a tlmll come bcioie said uieeting
A full attendance of ull the stockholders In
said company I reiiucjtednnd much ilealred
.1 W .sAVIN,
II It. 1'AYsON,
('. .1, CANDA,
W M EAItLS.
F E CANHA.
W II AltTlllIlt,
stockholder C Mt L It It. Co.
Notico to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will bo re; lived at 111 y
ollleo until n o'clock p. 111. ol Tuesday, the
1st ilny of dune, lST.'i, lor furnish
ing the material and doing tbo work tor
building the uuihilshcd portion or brick
sidewalk nn tho north sldu of Llgbtb street,
botwocn Washington avenue nud Walnut
stroct, and tho unilnlshod portion on north
and south side ol sioventh strott. between
Washington nvcnuo aud ll'idmit street, and
noxt adjoining said svoniies on oadi sldo
of Washluton avenue, between Eighth anil
Ninth streets, less that portion belonging to
tho proprietors of the City llrewory. 'Iho
city council reserves the right to reject any
and nl proposal.
WM. FRENCH A.YLEY,
C.uito, lu, May ifith. lb'o.
Tow-Boat For Sale
.TMIB Hubscrlbcr offers for enle Iho Klnnm
X Towing filern-Wheel Roat, iko lUmmitt.
wlthenglnes, muchtnery, tuckles. iippand and
furnitaiu as she now 1U- nt Cairo, 111.
Her length ts Ul nt. her twwlth St feet, her
JepthafeetBiid mmuix JTiO ton, tiho lias 3
Iwlh'rs'illK't long kiuI 30 Inches tlluimiter, Sldrli
pressure engine wIU cylinders 1T)S Inches lu
lliiiwlcrauaoifctstokei -J fvetl pump 4)4 In
ches m diameter and 17 Indies stroke and all
modern Improvement!, and is In every respect
staunch, sen worthy, and In Rood ooudtllon for
aavlfrstloa. For terms apply to.
8. S, TAYI.OB.
CAtno, Ills , NortmVrB, IS71. 4rU-Hr.
- '. : .: 1
yiLLIAK . SMITH, M. D.
.. oMuinijiug nvcnucnnu wnnutatriTl
OKKICK, North ,lde of Kl(?hth .irwt be
twecn Comnifrclal nn.l Wlilnloiv,.mi,,
O, W. DtTNNINO, M. D.
ItKSIDP.NCE: f.,7ZT ,......
OI'l ICE: Corner sixth .trrt-t n,I Ohio Ive.
hiiyni ujo I'. in.
Jtl. W. BLAVW,
OKFICKs Iluder's Hlock, (iip-suir), conn
Biiwmiiu it usainKion avenue
11. h. niuniiAM. M ii. 11. . t. u ..
JJRO. BRIOIIAM dc KEENER,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
No. 134 Commercial Avenue,
OKI'ILI: IIOt'llS-KI.. Ill m I T
to 8 p. 111, Dr. Kctntr can l fuund nt tin ottlct
JOHN n. MULKEY,
Attorney at Imw.
OKFICKi EIkUIIi Slrwt, between Commer-
clal anil Wanhtngton nvenues .
gAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at litiw.
orriCE: Ohio Ixvev, over room rormerlr
occupied hy First Nutlonal Uunk,
AttorucyM mid CounwclorM
OFf'ICE: Ohio Uvoe, room 7 nd 8
City National Hunk.
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