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ASCAUl.V l.OfiUK, NO. SI
rlnlgl.Uof l'jthl, tunny f ii
day ntiilit lit luUf-mt-t imn, in-Odd'
I'allOW-' U'lll U K. HLACK,
ai.i:.vanii:k lodok, no, mi.
jflHHIk Independent Order of odd-Ftl
JBtSr low. mreM every 'ihuMday night
WlrW ut lialr-ixut aetiu, hi Ihelr liallon
CoumiuicUl uiriiur, IIHtii'.-lxlli nml .Si-tentti
treeta Joiiill Uomjun, N II.
"UIIKt I.NXA.Ml'AIKNT, I O. O. F,, lulfli
V-Mii Udd-rellow' Mull imtbe IhMand tblrd
liioda In rry mouth, ut b'itf.n,t wtrn
(, K SUI'K, C I',
A UllltO 1.01)01:. NO Z7,A F A A.M.
tt)- Hold uvular communications In Ma-
')iilp If nl I, r uruii- Ciuiiiiieicial ateuue
' 'ninl LIkIiMi nlrtvl, mi the n-cuiid and
ouitb Monday oft-ach mouth
Mr. 1. Fitzgerald haJust n-rclted and
Uii on alo at hU lale- room u laifc-e tock
nf L'tigllab ule, porter, Hemic)- brandy
iiid wlnci, and llitior of all kind, which
In will di-pote of at reasonable price.
Ul Itn- lle-l.
Dr. Selh Arnold's Cough Klllir-tuc
yreat eradlcilor lor u 1 lun disease a su
perior remedy to all other medicines yet
(Uncovered, In aoicre cases. It U a turo,
quick, and perfectly ufe n-medy lor
eoiihr, cold, sore tliroit, whooping-cough
;rnup, and all disease-of the throat and
hinjr. Ui-tull pric ),':.' ami N) rent and it.
Any bottle that iIwm nut itie relief may be
returned, and the money will bp refunded.
L)r. S-th Arnold' Dlarrhua llul'sm. rand
,V) cents. Itetnemht-r It l warranted. Ar
uold'ultll loin Mandrake operating
without sickness and piln. Compounded
by Dr. Seth Arnold' Medical Corporal! id,
Woolmockct, It. I. Sold by 1'aul (J.Si-huh,
lrti)-i-ln, Cairo, III. .V-I.S.'.rjui.
iiillei.' l'nrnlliliiK N I ii re.
A t.'l" fiirnUhln; 'tore li;tn-en opened
In Hi' Theatre building, ami storked with
n lull ilne ofevor) thing pertaining to ladle'
tuar ready-mado dresses, underwear,
cle.- all ol the lulett styles, and will be cold
al lower llguree thno twr before ollered In
.alto. Thoe kjoiI were purrhaied In
Now York, aro of the bet material, and
will be old Very reasonable. AIo Mil I
npr Kiiodofall kind. W-t-T-O-lm.
Ktrr) Mi-ti-ii Vrnn,
phyriololtti tay, thu hiiiuan bod) l en
tirely chiiii;ed and rinewi'd, Kveiy mo
ment ol iur lit en, ctcry part of our bodle
l wi-arlll',' out and li beln built tip anpvv
of freh uittcr. TnU work KaeeoiiipIIbed
by the blood wlii.-h koo tliroiili otery
part. Hut If th hliod li;comr weak or
titl.led, and dofi nut perform It work
piopcily, the rytti'iii l actuilly pol'oue 1
by the worn-out iiiitterelo'iu the tlttl
ory.ins In-tc.il of Icatlnr ihc bodr. fur
djpep-la. Iilliuii-ne--. kidney, kln ami
liver trouble-, lever-, and all ill--:i-o arl
iux trom tltl.iti'd blood, l)i. U'at.KKitV
CAi.iKoitMt Vi.vr.OAi: lliri ki: nr-it .ur
rrelifii reineilv. .-ll-I.V:w-4w.
Having ailn e-tabllhed injiell in thu
Lumber butlne--, at the Wall A; Cut Mill,
1 am prepared to n il liiinlivr of nil kind.,
Mh and thlti;le al wlm'.cvilu ami retail,
utid to oiler ex r.i inducement! at all lime?,
KUarailteclli the litet ki.-iI,1c price?.
404-VH-lin. .1. Mt'OallKY,
Tau'lliirartViizim l'r Snlc.
A new wm'Oii lor alu at a bargain. Al
ply at the Hi'i.MniM eoiiutinic-rooin. If.
Mill III Hu- I'lehl.
Mr. I'll i I II. S.tup winki to announce lo
hli Irlcmli and the public cnerally, that
ho hai lately llflfJ up, In excellen: Myle,
hi eommodloiiH and eomfortablo pnior on
'ahlnxton avenue, near Klyhtb street, for
the eutii'talnmont ofllio-e ol our citizen
and the re.t of mankind who lnillil;'u In
lie era am, oda water, eonfectloncrlef, Ac
and that ho In prepiKil to lutnUh to citi
zens of Cairo, it home or at hN parlor.,
anj thins In hMllic. l'hll. 1- well knowu
to our citizen", and at bit rootni urn cry
ptea-antly lilted up, and at he can alwayi
be. found at bN pol, day or iillil, to look
alter the wellaro of hit cuDiner, wc be
i.peak for hlai that cuHoui which hu enter
prL-e merit. 1 1U lee cream and lenionado
are delicious, hi eoda water U lioteuuallcd
by any In tin city, and a lar in confection
erles are conerrned, It cannot bo dented
that hU t-toek Is alwayi thebe-t In the city.
Vui'Hl mill limlruiiidiliil Muolr.
Mrs. .Monarrat. ttlll renniu teaclilu;;
on tln'23tli lnt. All ilr-lrliiK it cla-le:il
i-Unatlnu In iUuio utii-U will foiniiionei;
ii mily n )(lbk'. Vocal Instruction,
aecoiilln to tho old Italian master,
thoroughly taught; aho, liariiiony nml
thorough )w. l?la;i.s In dlegglu.
r a: wit .
I'lHiionml rK"" TihiIiik-
Mr. M. Kuline dc-lrci in to nay that hn U
rts,v to rieelto orders for I'lmo ami Or
an t..,D(, and repairing musical Instru
ment, oidors may bo left at the comer ol
rhlrtepiir, and Walnut Mrceti, or 1'. O.
Kox tUV), an i will receive prompt attention,
iO llllt SJ;... .r,
l umlloiilii nt hotels and hoarding house
will iliidlt to their sdviiLtage to call upon
Mi. Coleman, l.auudre", No 1 li Fourth
trcel, bctwcsu Washington and Commer
cial avenue. Hotel urn! ho.trillng-hnuisc
tiashlnL'. 7."icniiii.-iiMlfiin. i'.U 1 'uoitv
prices inyfe as lollowv: ijliiKlo Hiimratf'cui.
lar, m;C; per dozen 80c; .sock .V; two col
tars 6c; two lmndkerchtel. Be; veat.s 20c;
and all gentlemen' wear, MOu. per
doen. Ladles' dre.sce, 25 to fc;
klrll) to 20cj drawflM 10 to 15c; two
pair ht'0 5e; Itw collar fi to 10e. Kor ta
.lies' plain elotle SI Vr dozenj lor la
die tine ctbe. $1 25 per dozen; done
drainptly, -'' pvoiuptlv delivered. Pa
. i1P.bv notify all mulclau who ptiall
'"ployed by Mr. Kd. Wlttlg, to have
.'."iMuonoy totturd In advance. 1 glte
,'' noilco heuaiisa 1 iU not ttMi any inn
Jim to lio hnnl out ol his just dues, ns
vo been. My sin and inysoll havo
lyed for blni two weeks and three day,
u ha only paid inca pall of my dti'.) and
o not paid my nu one cent. I cnns'.dur
I in the loaderof Die band nnd respondblo
o me for iny money. I hate played with
Mr. Klsonburg, who Is leader ol a bund, and
ho ban at Nay paid mo ami my son
promptly. 1 pay iny debtii, not liko romc.
m t ' ' " " -,4'i . "i ir, ii p.i..
KltlDAY, JUNK I, 1875.
Loeut Wmsttier Report.
Caiao, III , June J la'.b.
TlMZ. II A II. ITllX. W'lNU.j Vl. I WlATIIKH
11 " 3d.aU, W N I 4 t Clear.
2 piu. 30.101) tj' V. I n '(.Imr.
THOMAS JO.NKH, Keigt. H. S., I) S. A.
W. I', nuil V. A.
'I ho n-gulur lucetlnj- ol the W. 0. and
I.. A. will be held at the residence of Mrs.
It. Woodward tomorrow afternoon.
A man to uinvavi lor salt? of Howe
sowing machine?. Apply to I). F. Hen
iK'tt, corner of Coinmerclnl avonuo unit
Mntli atri-ct. G-l-lt.
The city authorities have x-leuteU the
vaccnt lot between Sayer's lildu entttb
lMiiucut and (ireen i Wood'-) :oiiiinl
Ion house, on the levee, u a ploc- suli
able tor a dog pound.
A little tcjwlaugh(er ol" Mr. 1. Cor-
coron, who re-lde In the upper part ol
town, near Thirty-fourth street, Is o se
riously ill that her lift; is despaired of,
and her death Is momentarily looked for.
SoT'XX. Woodstock envelope nl I ho
IIi'i.m:tin ofllcc. .?:i 00 per M.
Tim Kprrpllon I. nil I'.venliiir
The reception held.nt thu n.-ldenctj of
thulJcv. Mr.Uilbert. reetorof tin; church
of the Hi'dcemcr, lat evening, was well
nttended, and n very ple.fant ntr.it r to all
To ou l)iu.
'lty(;lerk A.ley liiforiiis u that he
ha U-iied dog ticket and received tax
from Miventy-llvi) dog owners of this city,
Iirv Chief Willlaiii- gave lit notice In
regard to canities.
In n ml.
J'ocket hunk, yetcrd.iy morning, on
KlghU'cnth, between Withlnglon and
Commercial av'iiui!. The owner can
have it by calling at my grocery, prov
ing property nnd paying llfty cents for
thl notice, "aASi Wii.i.iamoov.
The alarm of lire given yolcrday
morning about 1 1 o'clock, was occasiour d
by the burning of a chimney In the rest
denw; of Mr. I'. Kor-mej'cr, on the cor
ner of Klcvcntli and Walnut street. A
htg fti. va inlM'd by the clanging of fire
bell, yelping of men and boj, and the
barking of dog, but no damage w (tone
to the lioii-c.
A it)iin Pnir.
I'ilscner U a tplcnld beer that l.otils
Herbert vdl- 'tis better that Dan'
crooked stuflbr water from ileep well.
'Tis better, too, than Wnukec la cr ; luttrr
than milk or cream; and How-from oil"
his counter now a cool delicious tream.
(io all you thirsty -oul and drink of
l'lli'ncr deep and long; drink deep,
drink ollen. and again, and terify t' Is
Ou nei of dray-, water cart?, wagons
or other vehicle, ubjcct to licen-c, will
please call at once on the city clerk and
procure number to correspond with their
licenc, and tho not having license to
procure them Immediately.
O-t-m. W. M. Williams C. M.
Nf III Iljlnif.
The eotva of this city tlll continue,
without tnueh ccreiuony,to sliutlle oft" thl
mortal coll. n Wctlnesday night, a
valuable cow, belonging to a widow lady
named Cunningham, living ou Nlnelli
street, between Washington avenue
and Walnut street, died Irotn the same
cauethat ha compelled a large number of
the name the kind ot brutes to give up the
gho-t hereabouts recently.
Tlie Delta City Comet Hand hoys, hav
ing a de-liv to wake things up a little on
their own hoot, gave u i-oclal hop at
Klugo'. Hall last night. Quite a num
ber of the friend and ncHiialntanecs of
the member of the band were Invited,
nearly nil ot whom wen present, nnd
tipped the light fantastic until n reaon
ably late hour, mid went home well
Huefner spreads a liuie.h to-day , uud
glasses sparkling beer fresh and cool,
the liest that SchllU could supply from
Milwaukee. The lunch, at 10 o'clock this
morning ; the beer, nt the same hour, and
at noon, In the decline of the afternoon,
and In the plcaaut hours of the night.
Who would not walk a square or two to
(piaft'n goblet of his nectar of in.tlt and
.Not Ice I'nrllrulnr.
We have employed, at gr eat expense, a
lawr beer poet, whc-.vill respond to or-
s'hjj. .i-Vnymes on short notice.
ill- terms nru remarkably low. Until
lately, he was engaged In the obituary
buslncs under Childs, the great obituary
poet of Philadelphia, but business being
dull ho has been compelled to seek other
Hold mid pastures new.
BTEUCK BY LIGHTNING.
Tpi'Ii I.Ike lie Whs Nhnl."
ISAAC WAI.DI.lt Is selling hU new
sloclc of goods Men's nnd Hoy's Cloth
ing, Hats, Caps, ,1c., at prices that as
toulsh eyery peron, and niaku tho high
priced dealers feel n II they wore struck
by lightning or shot. Ills hats and caps
aro so especially low that his prices eauo
nstnuMitueut. He Is not compelled to
make, weekly returns of hl cash, but Is
alwiiy prompt to draw lioiu the East
thu best of goods, a complete variety of
which ho keeps always on hand, at his
well-known Clothing Home, corner ot
Ohio Luvro nnd Sixth street. Glyn
WAI.DEIl n cill. He Is his own man,
and can assuratlstetli)ti to all III cits-toiiitn,
A Miffo (or Jleri- ItiiefAcr.
.So HnefiiPi lo tho front Mcp out with
beer tlmt can't be beaten, nnd lunches
that give Joy to him who of them once
has eaten. Who talks of beer when
Huefner comes with Schlll. with Ice
cooled down; the best, by nil odds, that
Is sold by any man In town? Come up
upon the I.evec, then, morning uud noon
and night, and cut the best that Huef
ner' got nnd drink with all your might.
WejrX liny stock envelopes at the Uci.
lei IX otllce, $:t 2& n:r M.
s 11 '
A w I'lrm.
John I'. Hely & Co. hate established
themselves hi the real estate and hou'e
agent business In this city, with un ofllcc
In Winter's block. Mr. Hely has been
the County Surveyor of Alexunderfor
tell years, nnd will be prepared to do all
kind of civil engineering. He Is a driv
ing buslnc. man, thoroughly posted In
the value ol Cairo renl estate, nnd will,
no doubt, ns he deserves to do, succeed
In building up a good permanent busi
ness. Uuuil 4Jrii-lou J
Herbert has l'ili'ner, and Huefner has
Schlltz, an' which I likeliest by 'dutnler
and blltzen,'' I couldn't declare If my
life was nt stake; nnd often at nighttime
I Iny wide awake, and sometimes think
J'lM'ner's the liest In the town, and then
that the Schlltz beer gets the I'ilsener
down; but whether It doe or whether It
don't this is a fact, told hi very plain
pio-e, Unit good drinkers get them lioth
down with remarkable case and all de
clare that poslbly one I better than the
he jury In the suit ng.ilnH lleech,
Moore and Ueiloy, returned n vcrdirt of
guilty, and that they he each Imprison
ed in the penitentiary for three years.
Mr. Itlack, for the defeiiH'. aked for a
The State's attorney entered a nolle In
tho suit against Harry Green, the evidence-
not being sulllclent to warrant a
The trial of Jacob llradley, Indicted for
tcaliug corn from the field of Frederick
I.aiiglilin, was begun yestcrdat and will
occupy a portion of to-day.
Demi Chilli I'liimil.
Chief ot I'ollee Williams tva- vestcitlav
notified by one of the laborers digging
dirt on the .MM-lpp1 letis;, thai they
had dnir out the colllu of a young child.
The chief went to look to the correctness
of the statement, and found that a metallic
collln about three f-vt long, i.ftlue make,
continuing the body of a little child -ii-
po'cd to be about two year of age, tva.
the source of the workmen's excitement.
The clothes of the child were very neatly
made and embroidered. The body i In
a very good state of pre-ervation. al
though It lias been bnrh.il, undoubtedly,
for many months.
Chief of Police William, w ho Is deter
mined to put an end to the dogs of thU
city running about without uiuzlc and
tag. uiilbonVfil n vileniail living III the
upper part ol town to kill all cmilia tlmt
came under his notice, unless they were
properly marked. The gentleman accor
dingly went to work, but guvo about u
thoii-anil other men and boys, black and
white, tlie right to put tho canines out of
the ro.ul, and thu whole crowd urc out
bright and e.irly each morning, looking
for their game, while Chief of Police
William is bn-ily engaged in his ipiar-
ters liteulug to the complaints of the
owners of dog that have been sent where
the woodbine twlneth by the uptown gen
eral and force.
tSfXX Ainlwr and White rag stock
envelopcsattlicHi'M.eriN otllce, printed,
$3 50 and $1 00 per M.
Tbe Taylor Literary Noddy.
The Taylor Literary Society, an insti
tution which ha, to the surprise of many
of the people of this city, nourished for
the past lx month, held its regular
weekly meeting at the Council Chamber
on Wednesday night, and elected new
ollkvrs for the ensuing term of three
mouths, as lollows : President, John
Hacker; vice-president, John Peeves;
secretary and treasurer, John Oswald.
The society will hold a meeting on the
first Monday of each month, beginning
with July, until the extreme hot weather
has passed, when they will again go Into
the old way ot running the machine,
which, to that organization, has proven
Mr. Kdinund Iluetner, proprietor ofthe
Planter-' Houso, nnd the great lreo lunch
giver, a few days ago .bought from a
fisherman twenty-four tine fat turtles,
with which It was his Intention to give
his customers a delicious plate of soup
lie gave tnem into the care of a negro
man, who neglected to give them the nee
esary ninouui oi water, mill the conse
quence was, eighteen out of the twenty
lour turtles passeii in tiielr checks on
tteiincsiiay night, trom thirst, and now
i-yjind Pflll'erllng are cursing every
me mberi.r5Tngre3 who had anythlu
to do with the p.'MKivUho Civil Hlghts
Olllcer Ilrown tells us that up tin yes
tcrdny hu hail found no person re
siding in Cairo whom lu could not
make understand Jut what lie meant.
Hut yesterday morning, while on his
bat nround the lower part of town,
looking for "unhealthy place," he camo
in contact with Wuh I.ung, tho Chinese
laundry man, who completely astonish
ed him by his wonderful display of Ignor
imcooftnu Kngllsh language.' After nu
hour's worry with thu Heathen Chinee,
who thought that Ilrown was Insane, tho
dlscomlltted health olllcer, through va
rious motions, such us made by deaf
and dumb people, Hindu the 01111.11111111
understand that he wanted him to clean
up his yard on Pourth street, or he
would make blm pay a Hue. Wall Lung
thought Hrown looked llku a mini who
could be bought pretty easy, and ollered
him a hiiudlul of nleklu cigars, but ho
refused, and the laundrynmn promised
to clean up Immediately.
NU Aubrey. Hooin.
The rloslng exercises nf the term In
Miss Aubrey's room, of tho public
schools, yesterday, were of u very Inter
esting character. Mls Aubrey ts one ol
the most faithful and able of our tench
en, and the class that ttlll be promoted
from her room shows that she has labor
ed inot diligently the past yeur.
Huefner cultivate! hi Cairo the tnte
for jrood beer educated the people up to
a knowledge of what was good In the li
quid of malt and barley. The result has
been, fastidiousness that all dealers In the
beverage must regard ; nnd therefore
publication Is made that this nnd that
boer seller, heretofore careless In this re
spect, 110 braggers liecaiise they had noth
ing to brag about, hate become exceed
ingly boastful nnd advertise their ability
to supply the best of Leer to customers.
Huefner allows his beer to speak for
Itself. Its language cannot be mistaken.
It Is excellent, nnd no one can beat It.
Schlltz stands at the head of the beer
men, and the manner In which Huefner
handles it, makes it the most delicious
drink In the world. This morning, fresh
uud cold, It will be served with the most
delicious lunch ever spread hi thl city
soup that will make the mouth of the
most particular epicure In Cairo wa
ter for more, beside other edibles the
most fastidious will applaud ns the per
fection of lunch luxuries.
Kxninliinllnti ut the Jertuau-Aiiier.
Tlie examination nftheGcrinaf.-Anier-Icati
school was attended, Monday, ill't,
by a large number of citizens, ladles and
gentlemen. We do nothing but Justice
to Prof. Henry Apisvl and Mls Clarlida
Vocum, the teachers, when we say that
the pupils were proficient Inevery
branch taught by them. The examina
tion commenced by Kngllsh reading and
grammar. Alter thl, the pupils were ex
amined In arithmetic, and exhibited most
wonderful proficiency In fact, they
know all about It. Alter examination In
geography, geometry, history of the
United State, and natural philosophy, fol
lowed translation, from German Into
Kngllsh and Kngllsh Into Ger
man. The exhibition of tlie girls
In their different needle work was very
attractive, and there were al-osomc very
fine .-ieeinien. of drawing, by the.
The session of the chool will be closed
Juno :t0, 1S75, by an exhibition of the
pupils, but the school will be open July
and August, for the accommodation of
ihoc' parent who dc-lre to send their
children during the vacation. One dollar
a mouth will be charged.
A llellsrlltflll I'lcille.
We may be permitted to use the ex
pression that a most excellent 'duct" In
school teaching Is Miss Itogcrs, ot the
Klcvcntli street, and M!-s Phillips, ofthe
Thirteenth street schools. Itoth have
studied thu art of bending the twig so
that the tree may incline In the rxM di
rection. Yestenlay about 200 children,
pupil in the -chools of thee ladle,
glthercd at the residence of S. P. Wheel-
vi , Ksrj., and on Ids spaeiou- lawn. en-
Joyed, to the top of their
lient, the picnic given to
them byj' but r.iebcrp. Tin-. nmrcbeil
111 procerred beCvm their school rooms,
and, 11-, t'uirival at Mr. heeler's, they
went on to tlie phzaof thchoit'c, which
formed an excellent tage, and there
made declamation, sang songs
and performed dialogue. These
were listened to with great
Interest and delight by a large uunilier of
the parents and friends ofthe pupils.
On the ground were spread several
tables loaded with confections and other
articles delightful to the hearts ot little
girl and boys. A large quantity of Ice
cream, presented by Mr. Satlbrd, made
its appearance with the re-t of the re
freshments. In one corner of the yard, to which all
made their way. was ltebecca at the
well Mary llarmau, always charming,
but particularly so on this occa.-loii.
The good behavior ofthe children was
remarkable, and was attributa
ble to the excellent discipline
of their most excellent teacher.
Mr. ti ml Mrs. Wheeler merit the thanks
ofthe pupils ofthe schools and their pa
rents for giving to the children such a
A. II. Davis, a prominent merchant ot
Metropolis, was registered at the I'-
P. M. Stocklleth and lady, of New
York city, (not of Cairo), were registered
at the Planters yesterday.
It. K. ltlvers, proprietor of tho ele
gant St. Charles hotel of New Orleans,
was nt the St. Charles yesterday.
i. c VlL-neau.v. who is connected
with the exteiisivo punting establish.
incut of Culver, Hoyi APage, of Chi
cago, was . guest at .eSf. Clurles yes
terday. Dan Hogaivof doind City, County
Clerk of Pulaski im.iity, was registered
ut the GraiW Central yesterday.
V. S. Hell, of Mississippi, was nt the
J. II. Marteuy anu .1. r. koss, 01
Hloonilngton, mauutacturcr.s of patent
revolting olllec desks, were at the Del
-Thomas Harrison, a llallard county,
Kentucky, olllcial, was registered at tho
G. T. Whine, connected with the hat
and cap house ot Goss, HlnUe & Co., of
St. l-ouls, was registered at tlm St.
W. H. Anderson, 11 commission mer
chant l Commerce, Missouri, was at thu
It. J. Johnson, a commercial gentle
man orcinelnuall.was at the St. Charles.
Jiidgo William .1. Allen, formerly or
this city, tiiidat pre-ent a citizen of Car
hondale. win at tlm St. Oniric.
Charles J. Hatch, a coiumerolal trav
eler of New York, was at the St. Charles.
V.. C. I Itll of IndlauapolU, was reg
istered at the St. Charles.
.lame Pollock, a resident ot Viu
cennes, Indiana, was at the St.limties.
-II, Drewry, of St. l.ouU, was
rflftral at the Grand Central yester
A. S, flail, of Kentucky, was nt the
Miss Annie Smith, of Tennessee, w as
registered at the Delmoulco.
C. K. McDottall, a prominent lawyer
of Carml, was registered at the St.
W. Burkineyer, of Indianapolis, was
at the Grand Central yesterday.
Kdtt hi Sbxlegan, of Mississippi, was
registered nt the Planters'.
II. A. Gllmore, a commercial Irav
eler of St. I.ouls. wa at the Grand Cen
tral. F. Dusenburgro, ot St. Louis, was
registered at the Planters' yesterday.
J. II. Hudson, of Ashland, Illinois,
was registered at the Delmoulco.
John Elsenburg, of New York-, was
at the Planters'.
S.L. Humble and lady, of Natchez,
Mississippi, are stopping at the St.
Charles. Mr. Humble 1 a partner in the
commission firm of Cha. M. Howe A Co.,
of this city. They will remain in Cairo
for several day.
H. II. HoseborougW and Anthony
Steele, of Sparta ; John II. Wllson.of Co
lumbia, Illinois ; T. F. Houton, editor of
the Jonesboro Gazette, and Judge M. O.
Crawford, of Jonesboro, all of tt horn
were In the city for the purpose of attend
ing a meeting of the directors of the Cairo
A St. I.ouls narrow gauge railroad com
pany, held at the wharfmastrrs ofllcc-.
were at the St. Charles.
Caiko, 1 1.1.., Tni'iiSDAY KvK.M.vd,
June :i, 1875.
Tho weather has been oxceIvelv hot
and cloo since the advent of June, but it
Is 110 more than we should exp.ct at this
season, and Is only n fair sample, in a
mild way, of what Is to come before Oc
tober turns tho leaves brown again.
The opening of 11 new month has
brought no change for the better hi a
bu-iness way. Tlie markets are gener
ally unchanged and leading articles drag-
Stocks In llour. -ire lucrea-lng and the
demand growing le, but holders aro
firm In anticipation of a favorable turn
soon. Corn is feeling better to-day, al
though prices are lower than at the elo-e
of last month. Oats are low and quiet.
Light stocks of hay keep the market
healthy and prices steady. Other
branches ot the market will be noticed
under appropriate head.
tSrOur friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are usually for
sale from first hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lot, it Is nec
essary to cliargo an advance over these
The market U dull and dragging and
stocks are accumulating. The demand
Is very Untiled but holders are firm In an
ticipation of a chungu for the better soon.
We note sale of 250 barrels $1 00(0,0 00 ;
300 barrels cltyfllSr -"-Of 200 barrel $9
0 30; 300 barrels $Xfi T.0; 200 barrel.
$5,3"; 100 barrels superfine $1 .
ltecclpts arc very light and demand
small. The quantity on hand Is so small
that prices are not affected by the dull
ness or the market. Sales were 1 car
choice timothy dulit'erud ?22 ; 1 car
choice mixed delivered $20.
The reeling i a little firmer, although
prices are quoted lower. The demand is
about equal to the supply and Is entirely
for the order trade. Sales were 4 car
white in sacks delivered, 80c ; 1 ear re
jected mixed hi bulk on track, fi"c ; 1 car
No. 2 mixed in bulk on track, 0!) ; 5 cars
white in sacks dell. -ercd, 80c; Bears white
In bulk 011 track, 737fo ; 1 car choice hi
bulk 011 track, 75c; 2 ear while, mixed In
sacks delivered. SOo.
There is a moderate demand ()Wc, and
very few hi market. Any Increase In re
ceipts would have a tendency to send
prices still lower. We note sales of -2 car
In sacks delivered, J7c ; -' cars hi sack de
livered, O-'c. it lt
Wc note a better reeling in meal, and
an Increased demand, ltecclpts for a few
days have been hardly enough to supply
the market. Prices are a shado higher.
Sale were 50 barrels green meal deliv
ered, .$.170; 100 barn-Is steam dried
country delivered, $:1 80 ; 100 barrels city
steam dried delivered, $:i 85.
The maiket I well suyv''ud and very
dull. Thcti s nomvselllug except In a
retail way. ;i&fatlons to-day on round
lots arc 718.
Tlie market Is a llttlo overstocked and
prices arc lower. We note sale or 25
packages fresh grass butter, 20c; 20 park
ages choice Northern, 21c; 10 buckets
choice Southern Illinois, 20tfv22e; 20
packages eholeo Northern, 22e.
Heciipts are all taken on arrival, and
the market Is linn at He to-day, with
nomi offering. Sales were 200 doen 15c;
700 doen Wc ; 500 dozen 1 Ic.
The market Is easier and $:i 75peenied
to be outside quotations to-lay, with very
few offering. Sales were 5 coop hen
75 ; 20 dozen hens $3 75; 0 coop
mixed hens $H 50ft.'l 75.
No apples In market. Strawberries
havo been more plentiful and sell accoid
lug to quality, $2 I, with a steady de
mand for all receipts. Tho demand for
lemons and oranges continues fair, ab
sorbing all receipts, Sales were 5 boxes
lemons fil 75; 12c;isctnttvberiles$2i;
2 cases cherries $5; 15 boxes oranges
$5 M); 20 boxes lemons 50 raits (.
All kind nro dull and plenty. The
demand I very small and only for the
retail trade. Sales wero 15 barrel choice
new, $1 ; 10 barrels new, 50.
Plenty and vcif dull. We note sides
of 10 barrels new. $3 755tf 4.
Clear sides In casks 14NJc; sugar
cured ennvn-sed hiuii, llir"'-. lard In
tierces 1 0c
Mis. Hounardoffer her service as ailek !
11 urn. She Is experienced In all kinds of
nursing. Public patronage respectfully -o-Melted.
Leave orders on Cedar street, be
tween Twenty-Third and Twenty-Fourth
streets, In the Porter House, or P. O. Box
Pipes Clgara Tobacco,
t'red Telcbman, at bis cigar and tob:cJ
tore on Eighth street, bat Just received a
Urge and complete assortment of pipes, etc,
and a large stock ofthe best brand" of smo
king and chewing tobacco. P. T.' stand
ard cigar always on hand. Give hltn a call.
PII.SENER at I.ouls Herbert's.
rent In Wilcox's Hlock.
Illinois Ce.NTnaL Uailroad Compa.nv, )
Omen ok Ge.nkral Agent,
Caiiio, 111., Junel, 1875. J
Commencing to-morrow June 2d nnd
continuing until further notice, the fruit
express train will leave Cairo at 0:110 a.m.
J as. Johnson, General Agent,
Opeu very day ofthe week,
tin? thousand bushels of choice Michi
gan peach blow potatoes, for sale at
Paiikkii. Axi.kvov Wild's.
A lull aiHortment of Kly Not", Horse
Covers and Blanket', as well as a full supply
ol all other kooiU In our line, at 105 Com
tnercltl avenue, next door to Theatre.
l.Hi-l-2w. b. I. Akin fc Co.
I'.xciimloiia, I'lrnlm, I'.ir.
The good pa-enger steamer, llannoek
City, can be chartered for excursions or
picnic at re isonable rate. Apply to
0-2-lin Wil.KKlt.t Ne Lis.
Ill aecordauu with the requirements of
an order ofthe board or County Commis
sioner, notice I hereby given that I it ill
redeem county orders and Jury certifi
cate mi pro-eutntlon. Interest will eaee
on the Otli day of June, ls75.
Ctimvli.i.., May 27, 1S75, .VJS-lOt
l.iitirli I lame li t
The bigger, luiiuh ever set in Cairo, ttlll
be spread every mornlm at the Hunters'
House. Wlcuer beer Is the greal attrac
tion. It pays tot Ml thu Planters' llouno
and try a drink ot ltd', the llnest beer ever
offered In this city. Hil-Mll-liv.
Go to Wilcox? for strawberries.
Jfollre of Removal.
Ihc well-known barber shop, corner
Kighth and Commercial, presided ov-r by
'.he popular artist, (leorge Stelnhouse, has
removed one door north 011 Commercial, In
.lie (iraiul Central Hotel. The new hoi. Is
arne and commodious, and those wishing
for anything artistic in tho way of fashion'
sble hair cixtJiw, smooth shaves, etc., will
.lo well to call at the (JJ ftiu-i !.,!
Wo will take, at the St. Charles Hotel,
durlm the summer months, 50 day boudm,
at $2- per month, andSO boarders with cool,
pleasvit rooms on tho upper floor, at $30
per month. At this extremely low rate,
none but promptly pa) log boarders will be
accepted. Jkwbtt Wilcox .v Co.,
ul-l-28-lmj Proprieto .
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS BAILROAD.
CIihiiicp of Time.
On and after Monday May 31st, a through
passenger train on this road will leave from
the corner of Commercial avenue and Sec
ond street, (near the St. Charles Hotel,) at
10:45 a. in., stopping at the platform ol the
Freight Houe, toot of Fourth strc tt, to
take on passengers, and where tickets for
St. l.oul and all intermediate points can be
obtained. .Ioiin Kogiiitt,
Ohl I'enrli HIown,
H..I. Cundllt has jiiat received froui Itoch
ester, New York, 500 hurhcls choice large
peach blow potatoes, selected for seed and
for family use, which ho oilers for sale at
his grocery, north side of Klghth street, be
tween Commercial mid Washington nvet
The Old Sellable.
I hereby announce to the public t.'' I
am better prepared than ever to acc'. j00
date my patrons at the Central llr ou
Sixth street, between Conitneiyl n"d
WashliiKtou at emit W have takn a part-
iim in the hotel business, Mrs. AppPiman,
who has had considerable experience lu
that line, and will not fall to make guests
feel at home. The tabla will always bo
supplied with tho best the muket adords,
served up In tho moit palatable manner,
Hoard and lodging per week, $1 50 ; single
meals, n, to be had at all hours. 1 hate
alto In connection with my hotel, a llrst
cla. barbo : shop, and am prepared to give
customer- a gjod shav, hair-cut, shampoo
ing, etc. I will ran three clubs, ami have
employ i-d tonsorUl arll-t who understand
their business. Shuing, 10 eeal-, sham
pooing, 20 cent-; and h dr culling, 'I'i cents.
Hive mo a call. I'hok. F. (Iukiiicl,
LOOK HERE I
tin ItnllM or i: very Hear rlil Ion
PHIL II. SALT'S.
Frank Kratky, of the Union llakery,
Commercial avenue, between Fouith and
Sixth streets, has re-opened his bukory, and
Is now prepared to deliver llrend and Cakes
of the best quality, anywhere In the city or
country, lu such quantities as his custom-
ers may desire. Prices will be made en- j
tlrely with refennco lo the piescnt uwd
times ; In other word, cheaper than tho (
cheapest. Send In your orders,
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men frum the ef
fects of error) and abuses lu early life.
Msuliood restored. Impediments to mar
xUx removed. Now method ol treatment.
Sew and remarkable remedies, Hooks
ami circulars, sent freo, lu soaled cnvel6pes.
Address, HOWAItt) ASSOCIATION, 410
S. Mntb street, Philadelphia, P. an insti
tution hating a high roputatloa for honor
al lo conduct and protrHnnal skill,
.Vll-il it w.ilin,
Steamer Jim Klsk, Paducah.
" J. D. Parker, Cincinnati.
" C.B. Church, N.O.
" City Helena, Vlcksburtr.
Tow-boat Future City, N. O.
" Charles Brown, St. I.ouls.
Steamer Jim Klsk, Paducah.
" J. D. Parker, Memphis.
C. B. Church, St. I.ouls.
" City Helena, St. I.ouls.
Tow-boat Future City, St. Louis.
James Fisk, Puducnh; Itobt. Mitchell,
lice nnd barges, Thompson Dean, Thos.
Shlrlock, Hlsmarck and City of Chester,
from the South; John L. Uhodes, City of
Alton and Fannie Tatnm, from St. l.oul.
KIVEK AMD WKATIIKK.
The river last evening was 17 feet 0
inches 011 the gauge, haven fallen 0 Inches
during the previous 24 hours. The rivers
are reported raising at Leavenworth, St.
Paul, St. l.oul, NathvlllcandClnctunatl,
the latter from n swell In thu Kanawha,
and falling at other points.
1 cather clear and hot.
The C. B. Church had an excellent
trip of sugar, etc., tor St. Louis yester
Tlie Shlrlock and Glencoe are com
ing from New Orleans with good St.
-Tlie John A. Scudder, nnd Mart-
Houston arc to leave New Orleans to
Capt. Ailklus is to be commander ot
the new transfer boat, now nearly com
pleted lor the O. & Y. and C. A. & T.
railroads at this city.
I liver John T. Guyre has finished
wrecking the steamer St. Luke at St.
Charles, Misourl. While engaged in hi
work he found tlie body ol one of tho
Lillian children, and bad it decently bu
rled. He nlo round the chest and other
cllcctsof Mr. Witiau. and notified the
owner that they wens subject to his or
der, five of charge. So says the St. l.oul
The dimensions of the towboat that
is to be built by the Grand Lake Tow
boat Company, to take the place of the
Grand Lake No. 2, recently sold to tho
Mississippi Valley Trail-portion Com
pany art; as follows: Hull 215 feet long.
10 reel beam, t! feet hold. She is to have
'even double-llued boilers 40 inches In
diameter, 23 feet long, and two engines,
2a Inches hi diameter and 10 feet stroke.
-Col. W. K. Merrill, who has charge.
ot the Ohio river lniprovomcnt, In a Into
letter to the Pittsburg Commercial says :
'The Ohio river from Pittsburg to Cairo
Is W.7 miles In length, as measured along
thu banks, and contains 200 bars or shoal
places that give trouble in low water.
The depth on thcc bars In dead low
water varies from 12 Inches near PltLs
L,.,K o so Indies between KvansvUlu and
Cairo. The width ol the river at ordin
ary stages varies from 1,200 to 1.500 feet
near its head, and from 3,500 to 5,000 feet
near its mouth."
tt All LtKI-AIIIMI-Sr, ICIVKH liLI UUT, I
J line 3, IW7.1.
STATIONS. LOW f ATT.H. t
it. is;. rr, in.
1'ittfiliurK - -.. a a .
Cincinnati 10 v .xl J
UiiilstillP I 10 00
St. Louis I'i 10 a :i
At a bargain, and on good terms, a Howe
Sewing Muchlne. May be seen at the Coin
pane's ottlce, corner Ninth street aud Com
A new ttvohoro Gamble wagon.
For any of tho nbove articles, apply at
the Bulletin olUce. K. A. UURNrr.
. -- .--' -
Jatw.p HELY & CO.,
Collectors and Conveyancers,
Land Surveying and Civil En
gineering. OFSICE-In 'Winter's Blook, Corner Com
raorctal Avenuo and Sixth Htreet,
Wll.l.be received at my office until 'I'uctil--.
June Sib, ln'.t, fur tcmovlng nil li uJ
Kirb-je from ilie uiflcrtrit ttMnc and lioieb, lor
Ihemonlhi of June, July, August, .-seiucinUr at.u
October 'llic reinoy-ls 10 le made lis limes pr
week during Ihe first three menlloned inonlhs, time
limes per neck during s,cutetnler nil Iwice pr
neck during OcuUr the place of deposit not ex
ceeding one mile from city limits,
W.M. niKNUI AXI.KY, t.ity Clcik.
Meeting of the Stockholders
Cairo & St. ZiOuU Railroad Company.
IDUIU.tC notice U hereby frlvrn that there will
. U held a nievtliiE nf Hit- -toeklioliltrs ofthe
Cairo ft M Louis lUllrou.t romiuny, at tilt!
liillnn linuseiif mM roiiiiwny, In the city ot
i:at SI. Lonlii. hi Hie county of St. Clair ami
State i.rilllnol, on
Mumliir Site -tnth nay of June, A. D.
nl the liuiirnfeleu'ii o'clock a. m ,fur tlieHir
iHiaeiol'llieu uud llivre elrelluir by uld atuek
liuliUr semi dlrt-ctui'it lor uld eoinpuny lor tlie
eumiins jear, and llien ami tlierv tratiaacllnir
iticli outer business uirlalriliiK to -aid rum
luitiy as slmll eoine U-iiire Bald ntevlliiK
A full atlemUme of nil tlt luektinlilrrs III
salilconiiiiiiy i mjtifStnlaiiil nttirli desinil
lljtisl, litis .otliiUy of May, 1H73.
Il.tt . SMITIIKUS,
J. W, SAVIN,
). J. CAM) A,
tV. 8. MKAUM,
W, II. AltTlIl It,
StockhoMem O .1 SI I.. II It. Co,
Wbolesale and Retail. Send for catalofue tad tylcee.
250 State Btreet, GklcRO. 111.