t , r
ahCm.os loihii:, .no. ci
KnliliU of Pytlilna. meets every Fi.
iljy night nt Imir-pnit seseii, In Odd
Fellows' llnll V K. slack,
i 'lmirellor Commander.
Al.K.VANIIKIl LOIlOL', NO. !UI,
, lndrM ri'lcut Oriel-nf Odd-Fel-
r.vjBjn iuwii m-iw I'lUJ iuujwuiy IHffm
'Itm ut liutf-nast M-tcn. iu their hall mi
:oiniruTcliil avenue, Utwwn sixth ami K-vcnth
tints JoilV II Cii)f AV , N. U.
' lAlltO i:Nf AMI'MF.ST, I O. O. I'.', meets
Cln Odd-Fellows' llnll on the llrstiitid third
lnt'dii) In ft II y month, nl (mil-Past seven
C K ."I.A.K, C. I'.
A AlltO LOIHJF., NO. .'37, A. I'. AA..M.
llulil nyitlnr oifuiuuiiluitluiia InMu
sonic Hull, corner Commercial alcniio
' nnJ KIkIiIIi tin!, on Itie second and
u i lit Monday ufu.'-Ji iuuiiiIi .
.Mr. 1'. Kltgorald liasjutt recelu-d anil
tan on salo at hli salos mom a largo stock
f KiikIMi ale, porter, Ilctinciy trimly
Hid wines, ami liquors nf all kinds, which
af- will dispone of at rca'otiablo prlren.
! the Hi-1.
I)r. Heih Arnold's Couti Killer the
Kreat i-radlcitor lor ii'l hlh disease a su
perior remedy to all other Medicines yet
dhcovcred, In severe dies. Ills a sure,
ijulck, and perfectly safe remedy lor
coughs, colli", oro tin oat, whooping cough
roup, nml nil dl'ea'cs of the throat ami
hint,". Ite'.ull prlcj, !!. ami .VI cents nnd 61.
Any bottle tint does not give relief may he
returonl, anil the money Kill he refunded.
Dr. Seth Arnold'! Llarrhv.i IlaiViiii, '.'."mod
AO cents. Iteiiicmher It Is warranted. Ar
nold's Illl'lous Mandrake I'lIN, operating
wl'.hout sickness and piln. Compounded
by Dr. iieth Arnold' Medical t;orior.i;l in,
Woonsocktt. 11. I. Hold ty Paul (i.S-huh,
druggist, Cairo, III. H-l-VA-flni.
l.mllrV I'lirnKliliiK Mori-.
A Isdlcs' furnlidilm; store hsnjbcen opened
In llio Thratrc butldint;, and slocked with
a lull llnv orourylhlns pcrt.ilnltis t'i ladled
war road) .mads. lrefc, underwear,
etc- all of Hie latest styles and will be sold
at lower tlgurr than ever heforo ollercd In
Cairo. Their good were purchased In
New Vorlf, are of the best mitcrlal, and
nlll he sold very reasonable Al-o Milli
nery goudn of all kind. SG-4-riO-l tu.
Kxrry fcrwn Yenrn.
phydologlstn say, the human body In en
tirely changed and renewed. Kery mo
ment ol osr liven, every part of our bodies
I wearing out and in beliiK built up anew
of frenh in itu-r. Thin work is accomplished
by the blood which i.;oen through cst-ry
part. Hut if th" blood become weak or
sttlited, and dot' not perform In work
properly, the systum i actually pol-oned
by Jhu worn-out uiittercl(i;i;lni; Ilia ltal
orgatin ntcad of leasing the body, for
dynpeptla, blliouniei-, kidney, nkln and
liver Irou'jlen. levari, and all dl-;aei arln
Iok from vitiated blood, I)u. Walkcii'h
Caliioiinia Vincoau llnieitH are a "ir
;rel)ii remedy. .Vll-d.tw.lw.
Having a-.'Aln etabllfhed mytelf In Uie
Lumber burlnont, at tho Wall .t Kut 31111,
I am prepared to n-ll lumber of all kind-,
Uthn and thlrj'U't at wholenjle and retail,
and to oiler cx ra inducement at all tliue,
guaranteeing tho ton eat jiosnible price.
iOi-Vll-lm. .). ri. McOAtlitv.
I.uoli out lur Voiir lmr.
Ill addition to p:iyin llic ta' on
and f lnt, the owner of laino luu-t.coiuply
wllh this ii.-irnijraiili In ordinaiieo So. it,
Sec. 15: "Tli.tt no tlojr or alut hlull, be
tween the llr.it l.iy of .1 mac nml the tlr-t
iIhj- ol Xoveinber, run :it Hru witliin the
llmlU of bald city, without having a sub-
stantlal win.- or leather inule Hvurely
fnsteniil over mid nrouitd Its mouth,"
Xc. Xn fxccptloii can or will bo made
to the rr(Ulreinent tif tills ordinance.
V. M. William-.
I'HO.IIiirne IViiicoii I'or Sale.
A now wagon lor iale at a bargain. Ap
ply at the IIuli.ktin rounting room. tf.
Mill III the l lelil.
Mr. l'hll II. Hauji wl.Uen to announce to
lib lrleuds and tho public Kcne.-a'.ly, that
he ha lately dttcd up, In excellent Myle,
liU commodlout and comfortable pirlom on
WaihhiKton nvenuo, near Kighth ntrect.fnr
tho eutertainmout of thono ol our cltlzeim
anil the rest of mankind who Indulgo In
lec cream, ioda water, confcctlonerlc, Ac.,
and that he Is prcpued to luinUh to citt
zenn of Cairo, it home or at bin jcirlorn,
anythlni; In bin line, l'hll. to well known
to our elllrciu, and an hli rooms arc very
iilcanantly Httcd up, and as ho can always
be found at bin p"t, day or night, to look
alter the welfare of bin customer, wo be
nak for hlui that cuMom which hn enter
nrific merlin. Ill l cream and lemouado
are Uellcloui, IiU to.h water in not couallcd
by any In the city, and a.- lar as conlrctlon
erlcn are eoncenied, It cannot bo denied
that IiU utock U always tbebont In tho city
lU'CIC IlKFCIt nt I.ouli
Vnrnl nml IiislriimentHl Jtiinle.
Mrs. Mou:irr.it will resume teaching
on tho 2.1th iuM. All de.lrinu n clalcal
cdiicullon in piano niunlo will commence
as early as po'siule. Vocal Instruction.
iicconlliiK lo tho old Italian masters
thotoUL'lily taiiiiht ; nUo, harmony ami
thorough bas. Clai-c In sidlelo.
riMlinillld OlKHII T'lllllllB.
Mr. M. ICulmo desires tin to say that he Is
ready to kcc-Ivo orders for l'liuo and Or
ran tuning, and repairing inuslc.il lustru
mcnts. Orders may be lelt at the comer ot
Thirteenth and Waluut streets, or l O
Hox 8, and will rccel v prompt attention
; ii ml rice !lrr.
Landlords ot hotels and boarding bouses
will find It lo their advantage to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, ltundrcrs, No 12 Fourth
street, between Wmdiinglon and Commcr
tlal avenues. Hotel and boardlug-liouso
washing, 70 ccntsper dozen, l'oi piecework
prices are us follows: Single shirt and cot
lar, 10c: per do.en ROc: socks (ic; tsvo col
Ian, be; two handkerchiefs, out vests 20c
ana an gentlemen' wear, 80o. per
, Uozoii. Ladles' drestcs, 25 to ROc
skirts 10 to 20cj drawer 10 to 15c: two
pair hose Bo; two collars b to 10c. For la.
dies' plain clothoi U 00 per dozen; lor la.
uios une clothes, 1 23 nor dozcu; dono
uwmptly, and promptly dollvercd. l'a
Tl'nSIJAV, .IU.NK 1, 1875.
I.oi-iiI U'tiittlirr Itrinrt.
Caiuo, III., Mny St, la'i.
Tiuk. Ha ii, ITnr. U'lxn. I Vi I
7 it III Vhltt)'. M S K I 4 I
ii " -.fi.m i n s. i ii
2)iui. J-i.lWt M' 8. I In '
THOMAS JO.NKS, htrt. . S., U. (j. A.
The work of rtiialrlnif lh! stni-U of
(liis city, thank the l.oiil. will In-i-ln thin
The A. S. K. Church, f-ltitateti near
the corner of Kllitceutli nml Wiiliim
trceK we are lolil, w ill bo sold for debt
on the eighteenth day of tliin month.
Tlie I'lenle Hiimlii) .
The Tut lien' picnic, which came oil'
hint Sunday, tit Pot t k-Ifcrinii, wnf lnrfje
ly iiitendcil. Kvcry thlti parcel oll'very
jttietly, and to the 'atlnfuctloii ofnil who
I O. O. I'. .Vol lee.
Cairo Kneaiiiimieiil will hold a regular
meeting to-tilht hi the aiitoroom of Odd-
ellows' I lull. Patriarch arc ullrcnuus-
d to attend. K. A. liru.sKi r,
It i-rt-j) t Ion .
It In ruinorfil nbout the city that the
pupils ol tbcllili .School propose jrlv-
i 1 1 ir a reception to their teaclicr. and
friend- ut the 1111" .School hiiildlu, next
1'rid.iy nlltt. The K-hool will clo-e hi
the alternooii of that day lor the nimuier
(Ml fur Juliet.
.Shcriirirvln on Sunday afternoon took
leveii prisoner-, all ol whom were con
victed and sentenced at the present term
of the circuit court, to do let, where they
will remain in thu penitentiary until their
."ciitencc- have expired. The terms of
thev men run Irom oi''lit montlio to
Wiml to lie Nulilter.
Twoyoun and able bodied but bare
footed men, made their appearance at thu
ofllco of Jlayor Winter ye-terday morn-
iii', mid akeil him to be kind enough to
near them Into the regular army. Hut
that gentleman haviii; no authority in
natter of the hind, m Informed the
twain, ami they took their departure.
A lull ainonmcct of My Netp, Horse
Cos frt and lllankct, ai well as a lull supply
ol all other goods lu our hue, at lO.'i Coin-
inerilal avenue, next door to Theatre.
13 M 'lw. I.. D. Akin & Co.
llrokr Ills Krrli.
A ncirro. imine unknown, got on to the
Illinois Central tniln that lelt Cairo Sun-
lay afternoon, lie n-nn put oll'at .Mounds
Junction, and Villa Kldi! anil l'tila-ki,
but inana-'cil to net on aaln as the train
started. After the train lea iTihukl,
when In- saw the condncter, he ran to the
latform mid Juiuik.iI oil' ami broke hi-!
The member-, of the Del Li City Cornet
Band have been re'iucatPil by the ladlcn
anil t'cntlemcii who have attended the se
ries of parties given by them, to e;lvc one
more social hop. They will comply with
tlielr request by givi!).' nnother party,
Thursday evening, .Tunc 3d. I ho-c who
have received Invitations are re.x.-ctfiilly
Invited to attend.
We loam from a note ay Mr. W. II.
Oakley, of the C. Ar V. II. 11., that thu
dedication passed oil' without an acci
dent. The report that a brnkeman had
been killed was a mistake. The draw
heads .s1Ijiih.i1 pat each other and gave
1st nt a tight (-qucce, but ho was able to
attend to duty all day. Thecaraecomuio-
l.itlons were Imported, but the ollleers
were all very vigilant and courteou-.
All of tlie roronoon and a portion of the
iifteruoou ol yesterday was taken up In
calliu'' over thu civil docket, preparatory
to making up the trial docket. All eiues
In which the pleading- were not settled,
were continued until next term
of court, leaving forty-Mx nlts
upon the civil docket ready for
trial at tills term.
John Price, Indicted for purloining
omo gold and precious stones from K. Ar
W. Under, had n Jury impanelled, who
listened to a portion of tho evidence,
when court adjourned. Tho ca'o will ho
concluded tills morning. Court will
probably contluuo iu cIou llirr-eor four
(rami Ciilou lintel.
It is well known by nil who have top
ped at the Crand Union hotel, Now York,
that the traveler or tourist can live wllh
inoio comfort and luxury lor less money
there than at any other llrst-class hotel In
tho city. It U a very commodious build-
lug, all nowly furnished, has elevator,
electric hells and all modern Improve
ments. It h kept on the Kuropcan plan,
so that guests nay omy ior wnat nicy
get. It Is within three minutes walk of
thu Grand Central depot, mid thin obvi
ates tho expense of carriage hire and
baggage express. Travelers who have
never stopped at the Grand L'lilon will
do well to give It u trial.
I horoby mitlfy all miislcluus who shall
be employed by Mr. Kd. Wlttlg, to have
tholr mnney iccurcd In ndrauco. 1 k'vu
thin notice bec.iuso I do not ulUi any mu
slcbin to he boat out ol his just duos, as
I luvo been. My sou and uiytvll have
played for him two weeks and threo days.
He has only paid inn a part of uiy dues, and
has not paid my son one cent. I consider
bin) the leader of the baud and responsible
to mo for my money. 1 have pl,i)ed with
Mr. Elsonburg, who It leader ol a band, and
he has aUvays paid mo and my ion
promptly. I pay my debts, not like fome,
who do not Inteud to, Pnor, K. Ooeiibl,
Effort of Two Young Villains lo
Murder a Van
.miflinol' 4'uril M iiml I he liiKlrilliicntn
Tho Cowardly Twain Held to Ball In
Sum of 910,000 Each.
lit Dehiult r I'liyinrnt Tliey itreNenl
lo tin- ouiity Jiill.
On Sunday morning, between 'J and III
o'clock, a young man named Charles IV
tei'on, who arrived In Ibis i-lty on .Sat
urday evening from home place down the
river, while walking along Commercial
avenue, was accosted by u Iwy about
eighteen years of age, who n'ked him
ncveial question?, nml among others,
"where he was going." l'eter.non an
swered that he was from down the river,
and that he was bound for .St I.ouN.
The boy replied by saying that he was
on Ids way to .St. I.outo, and wanted to
know how Peterson was going. Peter
son answered that he had run out of
money, and Intended to foot it on tlie
narrow gauge railroad. This teemed to
please Id new acquaintance, who In
formed him tlml lie wns hi the same tlx,
and that if he (Peterson) would walk on
slowly, he would overtake him, and they
would make the journey together.
To this proposition Pcter.oii agreed,
and Marled on Id trip, proceeding up
the narrow gauge to a point about a
mile and thrcc-mtarlers above the city,
where lie was overtaken by the
young boy, who wa accompanied by a
Peter-on had not been made aware by
the bnv that he had a companion, and
aked him who the negro was. Tlie boy,
who gave his name to .lodge llrois a"
.Joseph Haines "-atl-lled him by saying
that "he was nil right he was a friend of
The three -tarted oil' together, and
proceeded up the road about live inllcs.
when all feeling tired, they cat down by
u wood pile lo rest.
They had remained sitting but a few
minute-, when Peter-ton, noticing that
ids .nhoe string had come untied, bent
over to llx It, and while In tills po-itlou,
he was suddenly i-truck on the back of
the hc.nl with a hcay piece of wood,
and ho rolled over on tlie ground, cne
Ie.. Tpon coining to him-elf, and looking
about to 'co from whence, the blow had
come, he saw both Ilradlcy and Karnes
f-tandlng over lilin. each with a stick of
cord wood In IiU hand, when Haines,
the young white ile.-iK.-rado, said to IiU
black ally: "Hit him .'aln." Tho negro
raised the heavy club and dealt Peter-on
another blow upon the head, but falling
to accomplish hi purpose, that of killing
him, Haines i-ald : "shoot him."
Ily this time Pcteron had gained hi
feet, and 'ceiug no other resource by
which to get out of hi perilous position,
r-turted and ran down the track a distance
of a quarter of a mile, to the house of a
firmer; from there he camo back to
Cairo, and went to thn olllco of Dr.
Warduer, who dressed his wounds.
lie then informed the police ol lib ad
venture, and went witli them about the
city, hoping to get upon the track of the
two villain, wiio, ho thought, wuid re
turn to Cairo, and about two o'clock,
yesterday morning, upon going to one of
the wliarf-boat3. found them both there.
They were taken Into custody by Ol
lleers A. Cain nnd Whiteamp who lodged
them iu tlie county jail lor afo keeping
until yesterday morning, when they were
taken before Judge llross and given a
trial, who upon hearing the evidence in
the case, held them to bail In tlie sum of
one thousand dollars each, to answer tlie
charge of assault, with a deadly weapon,
with intent to murder, at the next term
of tho Circuit Court.
Karnes is a mere boy, and claims that ho
has been lit tlie employ of a fisherman,
somewhere hi the neighborhood of Mem
phis, "-ince last January, and that his
home Is In Pearia.
Ilradlcy Is a mulatto, and says his
home is iu Paditcali, and that he camo
from Missouri to Cairo with Karnes, while
Humes declares that lie never saw Ilrad
lcy until Sunday morning.
Petorcon ays lie cannof account for
tho disposition displayed on tho part of
tho couple to kill him, as in; had no
money upon his person, and that ho
told Hamcs ho In tlie conversation with
him before .sLirtlng Irom Cairo. The only
thing of value that ho possessed was a
small bundle of clothes, which lie had
tied up and carried In his hand. Ho also
states that when ho escaped his pocket
book was still iu his pocket, and that he
doc: not think It had been touched.
Business hi .Judge ltro's' court was
lively yesterday morning, which Is sum
med up as lollows :
John McKce was arrested by Ofllccr
I.alluo for getting drunk, nnd taken be
fore Ills Honor, wliero he plead guilty
to the charge, and was lined two dollars
and costs. Ho had no money, and was
sent to board out tho two dollars iu the
Charles Jones was arrested I'or the
same unmanly weakness and disorderly
conduct, by Ollleers Whltcami) and
Schuster. He plead guilty totho charge
and went to tho calaboose with u lino of
two dollars and costs upon his shoulders,
from whence ho was allowed to depart
Thomas Harrington was taken under
tholprotectlng wing of Olllccr hlteainp
for drunkeness and disorderly conduct,
and when confronted by His Honor,
plead guilty to tho chargo nml was lined
live dollars and costs. J lo had no
wealth and went to tho look-up, whciv
he will remain for a period of threo days.
Mary Thompson got angry and in
dulge.d In language calculated to provoke
a broach ol tho peace, for which crhno
sho was arrested by Olllccr Inline.
Judge Bros adjudged tho prisoner
guilty, llnvd her live dollars and costs,
nnd sent her to tho calaboose for teudayis
because sho couldn't pay.
Hooin to rent In Wilcox's Illock
The Ufltn ITly C'ormM nml CnlroNII
er.'oml BMHiUrnllcil t'ion lolls.
nuinpTlirm-Thrjr Will loiiifily wllh
Thn lollowlug corresponilei.ee explains
Caiuo, III, May 20. 1a7."i.
To tlie Helta City Coruit and falrn Sllror Cor
net llamls i
GKxrLK.Mi:.v: The undersigned having
listened with Interest to the many "Open
Air Concerts" you co kindly favored the
cllln-iis with last season, and knowing
that they were a source of great amuse
ment, nnd benefit to our city, would most
respectfully solicit a continuance of the
same this season, at such times ami places
as will be most convenient for you. We
are aware that tho concerts will require a
treat deal of time and labor on your part,
and assure you that your efforts will be
fully appreciated, should you accede to
Very respectfully, yours,
Henry Winter, W. M. Williams,
H. P. lllake, . .f. S. Alsthorpe,
W. II. MorrN, II. Il.Candee,
II. I.. Ilalllday, Tho?. Wilson,
Walton W. Wright, Henry 11. Wood,
K. W. Green,
D. I.. Davis,
A. 11. Satlonl,
W. A. Drip,
J. It. Humphreys,
O. W. Dunning,
H. M. Ilalllday,
Win. II. Tlionia.
I. . W. Stllwcll,
.John II. Oberly,
I'. S. Kent,
Win. F. Pitcher,
K. C. Pace,
II. C. Hughes,
H. M. Steams,
Chas. Cunningham, G. II. Greeley,
J. M. Phillip,
Z. I). Mathii:
K. C. L'hl,
II. C. Wilkes,
O. W. Ilradlcy,
II. F. Mctz,
.1. It. Kced,
M. P. Fulton,
11. T. Gerould,
C. K. Woodward,
II. A. llaimou.
It. F. Itluc,
F. M. Stocklleth,
C. M. Howe,
H. A. llitrnett.
T. W. Ilalllday.
V. ri. Haa,
II. II. Illaek,
II. A. Thorn,
K. It. G. Hill.
I.. D. Tlioms.
It. II. Cunningham,
11. W. Miller,
D. T. Pr.rkcr,
C. W.1I equei nbou rg, Sol . Farnbaker,
It. F. Parker, K. A. I hompson,
A. Rogers, H. War.lncr,
D. H. It. Warduer, II. A. Ilarrell.
Caiuo, 111, MaySU, 1S7.1.
To Mrr. Winter, Ssiruril, Mule, Oberly,
Morrin, Duiuilnj, IUVU aii'I ullicr :
GuNTLiiME.v: Vour petition is re
ceived, and it will afford us great pleas
ure to comply with your request, if, by
so doing, w e can add to the enjoyment of
the citizens during tlie summer evening.
We will be plca-ed to give our Hrst con
cert Tuc-day evening, .1 une Sth, at the
Market Square stand.
Very respectfully, yours,
Presldent Delta City Cornet Hand.
Paul II. .Scin"L ."swiretary.
Go to Wilcox's for .strawberrie.
E. Picher, of St. I.oui, was at tlie
Mrs. J. Coleman, of St. Louis, was
at the Planter's yesterday.
Frank Mcllalle, of Memphis, was
registered at the Planter's yesterday.
John I.. Hattln, of Jackson, Tennes
see, was at the Delinonlco yesterday.
W. J. ltrown and lady, of Memphis,
were at the Planter's yesterday.
James II. Spencer, of ltaltliuore, was
registered at the St. Charles yesterday.
Mr. Dean and lady, of the St. Charles
hotel, returned from Capo Girardeau on
G. W. Grillln, a Philadelphia litho
raphcr, Is In the city stopping at the St.
W. II. Gardner, the ndvauce agent of
UalleytSr Company's big show, Is at tho
K. WooiNon and A. S. Hooker, of
Jackson, Tennessee, were registered at
tho Deltnouico yesterday.
Ml-ses Jane and Annie Obeli, of
Vienna, were registered at tlie Grand
Mr. C. Schlott and laJy.of Xcw
Vork city, wt-re registered at tlie Plan
Mr. A. .1. Grapp and wiio. ot lentia,
were registered at tho Planter s yester
K. F. Kecsce, Charleston, Missouri,
audX. S. Perkins, of Cincinnati, wcro
registered at the Grand Central yester-
C. It. Hall, J. P. Smith, .. nonest,
A. Linsby, all ot'GrayvJIlc, Illinois were
registered at tlie Grand Central yester-
-Mr. Kitchen and bride, of Qulncy,
Illinois, who arrived In this city on a
pleasure trip Saturday evening, were
registered at tlie St. Charles yesterday,
and returned to their homo on tho
.steamer Capitol City last evening.
In uccordaiie with tho requirements of
an order of tho board of County Commis
sioners, notice is hereby given that I will
redeem county orders and jury certlll
cates on presentation. Interest will eaeso
on tho nth day ol .lime, leo.
Caiuo, hi.., May 27, 1S75, r.-28-lOL
One thousand bushels of choice Michi
gan peach blow potatoes, lor sale at
1'AltKKII, AXI.KV & WlLlt'rt.
llois I lU!f t ( 1 1
On and after Juno 1st, 1875, all dogs itin
nlng at large, on which tax has not been
paid will bo disposed of. Call at the City
Clerk's olllw aud pay tas.
D.g.t,i. Wm. M. Williams,
. -.s rvaiua. m i ii mi a taisaa. 1MB
Caiko, 111., Momiav Hm:.mno, i
May 31, 1S70.
Tho weather for the past few days has
been very pleasant, with a fine breeze
blowing rrom the southwest and no dust
to annoy people whose pleasure or busi
ness called them out on the street.
To-day has been cloudy nnd closed with
a prospect of a thunder storm during the
There is no change to note iu the con
dition of the leading produce market?;
everything moves along calm ami slow,
holding the even tenor of Its way hi a list
less and lifeless mnnucr,'ns It has been do
ing for "cvcrnl days, with no prospect of a
change. Com has braced tin a little and
prices are steady nt precnt quotations.
Flour shows no signs ol rallying;
buyers still hold oil' and tock are ac
I he supply of hay Is very small, but
there Is very little wanted.
Oats are weak and prices are down to.
day; quoted at CSc and none selling.
Coan meal Is steady and unchanged,
llutter, eggs and chickens rulo steady and
active at unchanged price. Strawlicrrles
arc more plentiful; oranges and lemons
scarce and in demand.
ftSF-Our friends diould bear in mind
that tlie prices here given are usually for
sales from llrst hands iu round lots. In
tilling orders nnd for broken lots It Is nec
essary to charge an advance over Ihcso
The market rules quiet and dull.
Ituyers still hold oil and prices are weak
and uncltlcd. 1'eeeipts have been fair
and stocks arc accumulating. We note
-ales of 300 barrels XXX Minnesota
Chili $5 50; 100 barrels $') 50g,0 50; 100
barrels $0 50 ; 30J barrels city S5 50S ;
100 barrels SC7 : 100 barrel S5 507 MP,
100 barrels uper$5; 20 J barrels $5 00
The demand Is very .small and Is em
braced In a few car load for the order
and retail trade, ltecelpts are very small
ami there Is no overstock, consequently
no change iu prices, as anticipated. Sales
were 2 cars choice mixed delivered S20 ;
3 cars choice timothy delivered S21.
Thcro is some littlo movement in corn,
and price, though lower, are llrm, owing
to tlie light receipts and very limited sup
ply. c note sales of 1 cars bulk
mixed on track (l!)c; 1 car in bulk mixed
on track 70c; 3 cars m bulk white mixed
on track 73c ; 2 cars iu bulk white on
track 71c ; 7 cars white mixed In sacks
delivered S2c; 1 car mixed Iu bulk on
track 70o; 1 car white iu sacks delivered
S3c; 2 cars white in bulk on track 72
73o ; 2 cars white iu sacks on orders sold
at higher prices.
The market Is depressed and prices arc
down, quoted 5S(3,(;9c to-nlay. There are
few offering nnd none coming In, but
there Is no demand at all. We have' no
sales to reiiorl.
The market Is quiet and unchanged;
country steamed dried Is held at S3 70;
choice city meal Is ten cents higher.
Transactions are small, and are embraced
Iu 100 barrels steam dried country, $3 75 ;
100 barrels kiln dried country, $3 75;
300 barrels city steam drld, S3 S3.
Tlie market is very dull none selling
nt all. Prices are quoted at SIS to-day,
Tho market is abundantly supplied
with all kinds to-day, and prices ate
lower all round. The demand is limited
to tlie amount required for home con
sumption. We note sales of 1 1 palls fresh
grass butter, 22c ; 1 tubs common North
ern, 20c ; 25 pails Iresli grass butter, 23c ;
20 tubs fresh grass butter, 23o;10 tubs
cooking butter, 13e ; 200 pounds choice
Tlie demand Is in exce-s of receipts,
and tho market is bare to-day. A lew-
sold on Saturday as high as 15c, but Via
Is the ruling price. 'To-day, sales were S
caes shipper's count, 12($l3c; 300 doen
13e; 500 dozen, 13o.
There Is an active demand for all that
come In at unchanged prices. Choice
largo spring chickens would sell from
S33 23; old hens And ready sale at f I
for the local trade. Sales wero 8 coops
choice hens, SI ; 4 coops liens, $1; 2
coops choice hens, SI; 2 coops choice
hens, $4 ; 25 do.en mixed ami heiw,
Tho market Is better supplied with
strawberries, and the selling price makes
tliuin not quite so much of a luxury.
Oranges aud lemons are scare and In de
mand at quotations. Wo note sale-, of 10
boxes oranges, SS&.'i 25; 10 boxes
lemons, $0 75(J7 ; 5 cases strawbrcrles, S3
051 50; 5 boxes oranges, $55 50; 10
boxes lemons, S7 25 ; 10 boxes oranges,
Old potatoes are very quiet and plenty,
and few sales. New potatoes are over
stocked and hard to sell. Wo note sales
of 10 barrels, new, SI 75; 10 barrels,
now, ?3; 15 barrels, new, $1 50.
Very dull and hard to sell, tho market
Is overstocked. Sales wcro 10 barrel?,
now, $3; 5 barrels, new, SI.
Clear sides, In casks, are quoted ltOo
Hie; lard, In tierces, 10c; sugar cured
canvassed hams, 1 IQK'.c. We note sales
of 10,000 pounds country shoulders in
bulk, Olo; H,000 pounds country liams,
Frank ICratky, of the Union llakcry,
Commercial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixth streets, has re-opened hli bakery, and
Is now prepared to deliver Itroad and Cakes
of tho best quality anywhere Iu the city or
country, In sucU (jtuntHlcs as his custom
erimaydeilrc. rle?vlll bo made en
tirely with roferm'eo to the" present hud
times ; tn other words, cheaper than the
cheapest. Scud In your orders.
DmcB or tub Cwiio & St. Loch 15. It.
Co., Cutto, III., May 27tli, 1S75.
A mectingof the Directors ot this Com
pany w ill bo held on Wednesday tho 2nd
day of Juno next, A. D. 1875, at S o'clock
P. M.,at the Wharf-master's olllee, corner
Levee and Sixth street, In tho city of
Cairo, Illinois. H. Sr..u- Tavloii,
Mrs. Ilounard offers her services asnslck
nurse. She Is experienced 111 all kinds of
nursing. Public patronago respccttully so
licited. I.cavo orders on Cedar street, be
tween Twenty-'! bird and Twenty-Fourth
streets, In tho Porter Home, or P. O. Ilov
Fred Tcleatinii, ut his cljrar and toluica
store on Kighth street, hai Just received a
Urge and complete atsottmcnt of pipes, etc.
and a large stock of the b'st br.indnof smo
king and chow In? tobacco. 1". T.'s stand
ard cigar always on hand, (live him a oil,
A good German girl, who can cook
and do general house-work, will llud
steady employment by applying at the
Central Hotel, Sixth Street, between
Commercial and Washington avenue.
5-25-lw. Katii: Aitlkm-i.v.
I.imrli t l.iuicli 1
Tho blpgcn; lunch eicrsct Iu Cairo, will
be spread uvcry morning nt tho Mulder'
IIoue. Wiener beer In the great attrac
tion. It pays to lslt tho Plantern' Houso
nnd try a drink of till", the llnent beer ever
offered In thin city. IIU-.Vl.1-3w.
.Vol Ice or Itenioiiil.
The well-known barber shop, comer
Kighth and Commercial, presided ov'r by
'.ho popular artist, (Icorgo Stelnhoiinc, has
removed ono door north on Commercial, In
he (iraud Central Hotel. The new shop Is
argo and commodious, and those wishing
for anything artistic In the way of fashion-
i'jIo hair cuttlug, smooth shave;, etc., will
Jo well to call at the (Itand Central Uarber
We will take, at tho St. Charles Hotel,
during tho summer nioiitli,50 day boarders,
it $! par month, aiul.V) boarders with cool,
plcasint rooms on the upper Moor, at $30
per month. At this extremely low i Jte,
none but promptly paylug boarders will be
iccepted. .Ikwktt Wilcox & Co.,
CAIRO ANDST. LOUIS RAILROAD.
On and alter Monday May 31st, a through
passenger train on this read will leave from
tho corner of Commercial avcnlio and Sec
oud street, (near the St. Charles Hotel,) at
10:45 a. tu , stopping at the platform ol the
Freight House, foot of Fourth street, to
take on passengers, and where tickets for
St. Louis and all Intermediate points can be
obtained. .Ions Foaiiirr,
r 30-dtw. Agent
Old I'crcIi mown.
It. J. CunUUt has Just received fromltoch
enter, Now York, W0 bushels choice largo
peach blow potatoes, selected for seed and
for family use, which ho offers, for sale at
hisgrtw-err, norm side of Kghth street, be
tween Commercial slid Washington ave
The Olil Ilelliilile.
1 hereby announce to the public that 1
am better prepared than ever to accommo
date my patrons at the Central Hotel, on
Sixth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues. I have taken a part
norin tho hotel bii-luess, Mrs. Apploman,
who ban lud onsldcr.ibla experience In
that line, nnd will not rail to mako guosts
feel at home. Tho table will always lie
supplied with tho best tho in irket ailordn,
served up In tho molt pabitablo manner.
Hoard and lo Jglng per Week, f I 50 ; slnglo
meal', SSc, to be had ut all hours, I have
alno In connection with my hotel, a first
class barber shop, and am prepared to give
customers n good shave, hair-cut, shampoo
ing, etc. 1 will run three chairs, ami have
employed toimori d aitlnts who understand
their business. Shtvlng, 10 coats; sham
pooing, 20 cents ; and lulr cutting, 2 cents.
Give mo a call. Pitov. F. Uokiikl.
Winter" tJnllerj .
Open every day of thu week.
Ilime IIiiIIh uTKvery Itrrritloii
PHIL II. SALT'S.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from tho ef
(cuts of errori aud utilises iu early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
rlago rcmovod. New method ot treatment.
New and remarkable remedies. Hooks
and circulars eut Ireo, Iu scaled envelopes.
Address, HOWAItl) ASSOCIATION, UU
N. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. au Insti
tution having a high n putatlon for honor-
alio conduct mid protctelonal skill.
5-1 l-d & w.3m.
Calrofic Ot. Loula Railroad Company.
PU1ILIL notice Is bmby glen that time 111
be IuM a niwtliiK "I' lh" stcitklioMirs ot the
Cairo A ftt Louis Itsillluiid Ciimiuiiy, at the
station Imuicol' said comuny, hi tlii" city el
Hunt isl. Louis. In the county or M. t lair ami
Slate oflllliiuls, im
sioiuliiy Hie Mli IHiynl .lime, .. I.
ut the hours of eleven o'clock a iu , for the jnir
iiu'iifltieiiiiii'l llu-lf electing by said stiM-k-holili-rs
sesi-n directors I'or said ciimiany Ir the
tiisuhiB(iir, and then and there tnuis.ictlnK
turli other business apirtiilnliix I" said com
nany un shall cunieU-iiirc said liuvtliiK
A IUII ntlenihiucu of all the stockholilers Iu
s.ild company Is iiui-stnl mid miirh ilehed
luum, tni, ,,.. iuuwi
II It. I'AYsOX,
C, ,1, UANIIA,
W S m:aul.
f II CANI.
w- It Aituint,
5lucVhol Jers C l L It It to
Correclol Dally hy K. M Stearin, comiiilsslou
merchant, Secretary of the Cairo Hoard ot
Flour, according to Kiade.
Corn, mixed, sui-Vml
Com, white, sacked
Oats, mixed .
Ilran, per ton....... -
Mud, steam dried
llutter, choice Northern ....
Hotter, choice. Southern III
V.ifi, per dozen
Chickens, per dozen
Turkeys, per dozen-
Vnbitocs. ncr barrel
,.t 00.37 N).
..1 O0(Ht CO
l a co
Onions, per barrel
Asparagus dox .
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" Arkansas Ilelle, EvniHVllle.
Hello Memphis, St. Louis.
" City of Vicknburg, Vlcksburg.
" Mary Houston, Cincinnati.
" Commonwealth, New Orleans.
" Grand Tower. Memphis.
" Arlington, Memphis.
" Hickory, Tennessee river.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
" Louisville; Cincinnati.
" Vint Shlnkle, Cincinnati.
" Kdilyvllle, Nashville.
Tow-boat Ironsides, St. Louis.
Liberty No. I, Ohio river.
Ktna, Ohio river.
" ('has. Drown, Louisville.
" Liberty No. I. Dog Tooth.
Propeller All. Stevens, St. Louis.
Steamer dim FUk, Paducah.
" Arkansas Ilelle, Hvansvllle.
" Ilelle Mcmphin, Memphis.
" City of Vlcksburg, St. Louis.
" Mary Houston, New Orleans.
" Commonwealth, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Arlington, Cincinnati.
' Hickory, St. Louis.
" Stc.Gciievleve, Vlcksburg.
" Louisville, New Orleans.
Vint Shlnkle, Memphis.
41 Hddyvllle, Nashville.
Tow-boat Ironsides, Louisville.
' Chas. ltrown, St. Louis.
" Hlna, St. Louis.
Propeller Alf. Stevens, Ohio river.
.llni l'ik, Paducah; Chas. Morgan,
I. 1). Parker, from the Ohio; Indiana,
Capitol City, south; City of Chester and
James Howard, from St. Louis.
IIIVKIt iN'l) WKAHIKR.
-The river last evening was 10 it-el
lO-1-.Vinelie.s on the gauge, having fallen
13 1-5 Inches during the pat 4S hours.
'he rivers el-ewhcru are falling, with S
feet to Hvaii-ville and St. I.ouU.
Weather bust evening hot and cloudy.
The Liberty No. -1 left for St. Louis
Sunday evening, and when at the loot of
Dog Tooth, her backing Hue picked up a
snag that went through the bulkhead
list at the first part of her name on tho
larboard side, passing through tho boiler
deck, quartering aft, and out through the
hurricane root, on tlie starboard side.
She left her tow and camo back here to
have the holes patched. The snag made
a great many splinters, but really did no
serious Injury, and eho expected to get
nway again last evening.
Will lUl-AllTllk.sr, ltlVS.il UPOT, I
.May ai. 1875. ,
stations. ..ow-n. c"''
rr. ix. rr m.
l'lllnburi; - -.. lu - 1
Clucliinaii !? 7 a 3
LouUvlllu 6 0 S
St. Louis ......I It 1 J
yiLLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
ItK-jlfiENX'K! No. -Jt Thirteenth street, be
tsrn-n Wnshlufftou usiuue aud Waluut strvt.
OFFICKiNorth tide of Kighth street bu-twi-m
Commercial aud WathluKtonaveuue.
W. DUNNING, M. D.
KL'SIUENCK: Comer Ninth and Walnut
OKKICK: Corntr SUth street and OhloLevt.
OKHCK IlOUIta: VromCa.m. 12m., and
from '2 to 8 u in .
j-jn. W. BLAUW,
OFFICKi Hmtcr's Jllock, (up-staln) , corusr
KlRhth strut and Washington attnuc.
II. S. IIHIUIIAU.M. U. II. K. KKIKEH, l 11.
JRS. BRIOHAM U KEENER,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
No. 134 Commorclal Avenua,
Cairo, XI 1.
OI'KICK UOL'ltS--d lo 10 a. m., 1 to 3 andT
to 8 p. m. Dr. Ki-vner can bo found at tho offlcc
JOHN II. MULKEY,
Attorney at Isuw.
OrnCKi Kiithlh Slrrct, bftween Commsr
ciul und WiubliiKtou auuss,
CJAMUELi P. WHEELER, .
Attorney at 1mvs.
OITICni Ohio Leviv, ocr room fonnerly
occupied by First National liank,
AttorncyM nnd CoumcIorM
OFFICII Ohio LTe, ronun 7 and 8
City National Hank,
wK:ii.&.- J CAIUO ILLINOIS,
Miles Frol'k liilbertj
ta..iie.'lul flttrntlon nlvtn to Admiralty ami
ITSTATK of Thomas K. fiulllvau, Iecsed.
Ll Tlie uuitcrslinioi liailmr been aenoiuted
rtilintiilMfniliiriirihpntiitiinf 'ilionus fl. Sultl
vim, lute untie county or Alwnaer ana siaie or
lllinoin, ucci-.iseii, nereiiy Kites noiiw inn, nv
wilt anncur befuiu the counts- court vC Alexan
der county, at the court lioiine In tairo, at tliu
liny leriu. on me secoini jioimay in "uij ei,
at u hlcli time all twrsons hai Ink' claims against
said estate hid nolltlcd and riucstc4 to attend
fur thepurpoioriwvlni,' tn snmeaniasica. ah
iKtrsons Indebtinl to said ejtateare miuenteUto
make Imiiunltate paymrnt to tlie imirl(fntd.
llatwl this 'Jilt day of May. A. IK1K7S.
M.J, Jtf.OAULLY, AUniokstrtor.
Wholesale sod Retail, tend tor w
850 BUte Street, Chlcwo, IU.
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